The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Seagram's V.O.
CANADIAN WHISKY
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PANAMA, It. P., MONDAY, MAY M. 1*
UVE CENT
Chinese Reds Reel After j
Crushing One-Day Losses
(NEA telephotoa)
MIRROR OF FAILURE__The failure of his mission Is mirrored In the face of the Chief
Soviet Deletate to the United Nations. Jacob Malik, as he listens while the 0-natlon UN
Dolltlcal committee at Flushing, N. Y debates. Russia wanted to shift the proposed arm
embaSo bTSe UN on Red China and North Korea from the political committee to the Se-
curity, where a veto could kill the plan. But his move didn't worjc.
STILL CONFIDENTIAL.-Sen. Richard Russell (D., Ga.)
holds up the tally sheet of the vote which upheld Russell s
ruling that Oen. Omar Bradley peed not answer questions
concerning confidential talks with President Truman. The
senators on the Joint Armed Services-Foreign Relations com-
mittees voted 18-8 that Bradley can keep the talks secret.
(Nea Radio-Telephoto)
CHAMP KISSES FIRST LADY.Sugar Ray Robinson, the
middleweight boxing champion of the world, kisses Mine.
Vincent Aurlol. wife of the president of France, on his visit
to Paris. Robinson presented Mme. Auriol with a. $10,0000
check from the Damon Ruflyon Cancer Fund after making
a speech In French.
Farmers Hold
Back Beef In
Price Protest
CHICAGO, May 21 (UP)
Farmers sent a sharply reduced
supply of cattle to major mark-
ets In the United States on the
first day of business under the
price rollback for live animals.
Cattle receipts at the 12 major
markets totalled only 4 1,10 0
head, compared with 77,500 last
Monday and 68,700 one year ago.
P. O. Wilson, president of the
National Livestock Producers'
Association.' denied during the
weekend that producers were
embarking on a sellers' strike,
but said many were adopting a
wait and see policy.
Price Controller Michael Y.
DiSalle earlier said his con-
troversial beef price rollback
will not cause meat rationing.
In addition, he ruled out any
kind of consumer rationing for
th.e next three months.
Hundreds of government agents
were on the Job In the major
livestock centers waiting to be-
gin a spot compliance check
when the markets opened under
the new rollback. They were or-
dered to keep tabs on the prices
being paid for beef on the hoof
and to watch for potential black
marketeers who might try to
divert meat into illegal channels.
Todays rollback Is the first of
three by which DiSalle hopes to
cut retail beef prices 8 to 10 cents
a pound by Oct. 1.
DiSalle promised a continuous
crackdown on price violators
when asked what he would do
about reports that some butchers
m New York were charging their
customers for the cheesecloth
used to wrap their meat.
"Some may try to get around
our rules," he said, "but one by
one we'll grab 'em and we'll cor-
rect 'em."
Joint Chiefs Of Staff Asked
MacArthur's Firing Bradley
WASHINGTON, May
lie;
21 (UP).
General Omar Bradley said to-
day that the Joint Chiefs of Staff
recommended the dismissal of
General Douglas MacArthur be-
cause they felt his actions were
Jeopardizing the traditional civil-
ian control of military author-
ity.
The chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff also testified that
the Joint chiefs considered It ne-
cessary to have the Far Eastern
Commander "more responsive to
control from Washington."
Bradley was appearing for the
third time before the Senate
committee Investigating Mac-
Arthur's removal from the Far
Eastern Command.
Bradley s testimony had been
Interrupted for six days by a row
over whether he should be com-
pelled to tell the committee what
fassed in confidential conversa-
ions with President Truman.
The committee voted 18-8 to let
36,000 Attend
Coln May Fair
COLON. May 21 An estima-
ted 38,000 visitors passed through
the gates to visit the Colon Fair
yesterday and Saturday evening.
Thirty-five happy Panaman-
ians came away with as many
homeslte titles for farm plots.
The prospective farmers received
their grants from President of
the Republic Alclblades Aroseme-
na.
President Arosemena him-
self a dairyman served as one
of the Judges for the livestock
show. Cattle and horses from
many parts of the Isthmus were
on display.
Minister of Agriculture and
Commerce David Samudlo was
among the visitors who lauded
the work of Antonio Tagaropulos,
general chairman of the Fair,
and others who had worked to
make It a success.
Numbers of Panama City In-
dustries, merchants and sales a-
gencles had Joined the Gold
Coast residents In setting up at-
tractive displays.
Yesterday Queen Giocanda A-
polayo and many other visitors
donned San Bias Indian cos-
tumes in honor of San Bias day.
Thousands of children were a-
mong yesterday's visitors. Rain In
the late afternoon failed to
dampen the spirit of the occa-
sion.
Schedules Set For Canal Zone
Summer Recreation Activities
(NEA telepoto)
WARM WELCOME FOR WARSHIPJapanese girls were on
hand to greet the UBS New Jersey as it arrived in Yokosuka
Harbor. Japan. The New Jersey was the first battleship to be
deeiothballed for combat duty in Korean waters. The vessel
wlfl -serve as flagship for Vice Admiral Harold Martin, com-
mander o the U. 8. 7th Fleet. -* -
The summer recreation ac-
tivities in Canal communities
have now been scheduled for all
gymnasiums, playgrounds and
swimming pools.
The schedule of vacation ac-
tivities will be distributed to
Canal Zone school children be-
fore the closing of school.
Copies of the schedule also
are available at the gymnasium
in each community.
The summer recreation pro-
gram will open on Monday,
June 18, In all U. 8.-rate com-
munities except Diablo, where
it will start the following Thurs-
day, and at the Balboa Swim-
ming Pool, where summer swim-
ming classes will beghv^fon-
day, June 25.
In local rate communities, the
summer program will open June
11 throughout the Canal Zone.
The summer recreatlaon pro-
gram Is sponsored Jointly this
year by the new Canal Zone Re-
creational Board, with com-
mittees in each community, and
the Physical Education and Re-
creation Branch of the Divi-
sion of Schools.
Mrs. G. O. Parker is coordi-
nator of activities in U.S.-rate
communities and E. Stanley Lo-
ney, is local rate coordinator of
the summer program.
The athletic program
baseball, cricket, boxing and
wrestling, stunts and tumbling,
weight lifting, gymnastics, bowl-
ing and girls football and swim-
ming.
Arts and crafts include sew-
ing, painting, moulding, wood-
craft, cordcraft. basketmaklng
and other handicrafts.
Other activities scheduled in
the summer program Include
story hours, dancing, roller skat-
ing, dominoes, checkers, bridge
and other card games, safe bi-
cycling, rhythm bank, photo-
graphy, foul shooting, drama-
tics, quiet games, hopscotch,
free play and special events.
Whaling Fleet
Transit Sets
Lockage Record
The transit of a whaling fleet
en route from the Antartic to
Europe swelled the number of
Canal lockages Friday to the
highest point since Jan. 28. 1946.
Friday's lockages totaled 28 at
Miraflores and Gatun and 29 at
Pedro Miguel, as compared with
an average of about 18 a day so
far this month.
The whaling fleet Included the
which mother ship Olympic Challenger,
varies in different communities,. and 11 hunting boats,
will include archery, paddleball. | Lockages dropped to 21 Sa-
table tennis, shufflefcoard,; turday and 13 Sunday and the
dodgeball, basketball, tennis, number was expected to rise
badminton, volleyball, k 1 c k to about 23 today.
Bradley remain silent on these
talks.
Bradley said "today that the
Joint Chiefs recommended April
8 that MacArthur be relieved of
his command. They submitted
this recommendation to Defense
Secretary George C. Marshall.
The reasons the Joint Chiefs
advanced for MacArthur's dis-
missal were.
II "That by his public state-
ments and his official commun-
ications to us he had Indicated
he was not In sympathy with the
decision to limit the conflict to
Korea. This would make It dif-
ficult for him to carry out the
directives of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff. Since, we decided to try
to confine the conflict to Korea
and avoid World War HI it was
necessary to have a commander
more responsive to control from
Washington;
2) "General MacArthur had
failed to comply with a Presi-
dential directive to clear state-
ments on policy before making
such statements public. He had
also taken independent action In
proposing to negotiate directly
with the enemy field commander
for an armistice. He made that
statement public despite the fact
he knew the President had such
a proposal under consideration at
Governmental level;
3) "The Joint Chiefs felt, and
feel now, that the military must
be controlled by civilian author-
ity in this country. They have
always adhered to this principle
and they felt General Mac-
Arthur's actions were continuing
to Jeopardize this control."
Sen. Robert A. Taft, R., O.,
yesterday repudiated a proposal
by Sen. Alexander Wiley, R Wls.,
that President Truman be hailed
before the Committee.
Taft, chairman- of the Senate
GOP Policy Committee said it
would be "constitutionally" lm-
iosslble to subpoena the Pres-
dent, and added that his testi-
mony "would not help much"
anyway.
Taft was the first senate Re-
publican to publicly repudiate the
Wiley suggestion although others
had noticeably shied away from
Democratic senators declined
to comment but informed sources
said they were saving their am-
munition to fire at Wiley person-
ally today.
One source said the Democrats
also are furious at Wiley's charg-
es that the committee is "white-
'Feds' Probe
Mystery Crash
Of Penn. Flyers
BRYN MAWR, Pa., May 21
(UP) Federal investigators
questioned crewmen and pass-
engers today in an attempt to
explain the collision of two
Pennsylvania Railroad Flyers
which killed eight persons and
injured 63 others.
But the man best able to tell
what. happened was in such a
state of shock that doctors re-
fused to allow police or govern-
ment authorities to question him.
F. B. Yentzer, 62, engineer of
the Detrolt-to-New York "Red
Arrow" express which rammed a
halted passenger tram, has not
yet told his story of the collision.
Railroad officials said they
were "unable to explain" why
the Red Arrow was going so fast
through this Philadelphia main
line community that It sliced
through the entire length of the
last sleeping car of the Pltts-
burgh-to-Phlladelphla night ex-
press.
A preliminary Inquiry showed
that Yentzer had halted his
train IV* miles from the night
express at a stop-and-proceed
signal directing him to go ahead
at a speed not exceeding 15 miles
an hour and be "prepared to
stop short of a train ahead."
What happened Immediately
after that was a mystery. But in
full daylight, the Red Arrow
ploughed into the standing train,
ripped apart a sleeping car from
Cleveland and crushed It into
an unrecognizable mass of Jag-
ged steel pieces.
Many of the victims were
ground to death in their berths,
and their bodies were not re-
covered for hours until the loco-
motive was raised by cranes
from, the demolished sleeping
car.
TOKYO, May 21 (UP) Shattered Chinese Com-
munist armies began withdrawing all across the Korean
front, today after suffering their greatest one-day losses
of the Korean War.
Victorious Allied forces smashed at the retreating
Reds in a hot pursuit on the western and west central
fronts. Allied tanks and infantrymen thrust back into
Uijongbu and Munsan.
On the east central front, where. 24,700 Reds were
killed or wounded yesterday, the United States 2nd Divi-
sion reported finding only platoons and companies where
battalions and regiments had been attacking before.
On the west central front the Red withdrawal became
a virtual flight. Communists abandoned their Pukhan River
bridehead 20 miles northeast of Seoul and streamed north
with the Allies hot on their heels.
Scattered rearguard clashes
broke out as the Reds turned
and fought occasionaly to keep
the Allies from overrunning their
retreat.
The Communist withdrawal
has heightened speculation that
the Reds are satisfied to have
driven the United Nations forces
from their last foothold in North
Korea, and are now pulling back
north of the 38th parallel.
The US 2nd Division Is credit-
ed with killing, wounding or
capturing 37,500 Reds In the five
days ending Sunday night.
British, United States and
British Yacht
Leaving For Tahiti
With Four Zonians
After almost six months in
Canal Zone waters, the 30-ton
British yacht Palmosa la casting
off for Tahiti via the Marque-
washing" the MacArthur ouster,' sas-taklng four Zonians along
and will demand that Wiley "put
up or shut up" on the allegation.
Kobbe Soldier
Wins $7,500
'Luckies' Contest
Robert J. Updike of Company
"G" 33ed Infantry, Ft. Kciibe
was yesterday's lucky winner cf
$(,500 in the 36th local Lucky
Strike contest.
Because the Lucky Stcl'.'.e
numbers run in five-digit series
the winning number was the
first prize number in the Pana-
m National Lottery, plus the
lirst digit from the second-prize
lottery number.
Updike's winning combination
as 39078.
Another Lucky Strike contest
Is starting soon.
92-Year-Old Found
Dead In La Boca
A 92-yer-old Jamaican res-
ident of La Boca was found dead"
in her quarters in House 985 by
neighbors who went to call Sa-
turday afternoon.
Sarah Cushnie, who was blind,
deaf and feeble, had collapsed
across her bed.
A dispensary doctor pro-
nounced her dead when he
arrived, and a routine autopsy
will be made.
Wouldn'tlt
Rotate You
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA.
May 21 (UP) A military po-
lice sign on the road leading
into a tiny Korean village
reads:
"Drive carefully. You may
kill your replacement."
as crew.
retired
is the
H. Lee Hudson, a
British naval officer,
master of the Palmosa.
Signed on as mate was E. S.
RIgby, who Is taking leave from
his local Job, and Rlgby's son
Lee. The two other local crew-
men are John McDanlel and
Richard C. Harris.
The Zonians were shipped on
with the understanding that
they are to pay their own pas-
sage home from the South Soas.
The Palmosa may continue
westward after making Tahiti.
Jet Ace Chalks Up
Sixth MI6 Victim
In Korea Dogfight
TOKYO, May 21 (UP). The
Korean war produced the first
Jet ace In history when Capt.
James Jabara of Wichita, Kans.,
shot down his fifth and sixth
Russian-built MIG-15S in a swirl-
ing dogfight over Slnulju yester-
day.
Jabara was also a World War n
ace In Europe, with 6'/2 planes
shot down and three destroyed
on the round. He shot down his
last Miu on April 22 and until
today his fellow pilots kidded him
about the Reds being afraid to
come up and fight him.
Jabara said he was in a sec-
ond flight of Sabres yesterday
when he Jumped three MIOS at
35,000 feet In the first of the
series of dogfights.
"I picked out the last man and
bored straight in," he said. "I
fired two bursts which ripped up
the fuselage and left wing. The
MIG burst Into flame and snap-
rolled twice. At about 10,000 feet
the pilot balled out. Just as he
Jumped, the MIG disintegrated
into a thousand pieces of flaming
debris."
After that fight Jabara climbed
back to 20,000 feet where he im-
mediately ran Into six more
MIGS.
"I closed in and fired two
bursts into one of them, scoring
heavily both times," he said. "Af-
ter my first volley he began to
smoke, then began to belch
flames as my second burst caught
him square in the middle. He
fell Into an uncontrolled spin and
all I could see of him was a whirl
of fire. I had to break off then
because there was a MIG on my '
tall."
South Korean troops left the
Seoul perimeter and smashed
north on the heels of the retreat-
ing Reds reached within sight
of Shongpyong Resevolr, nine
miles southeast of Kapong.
The Reds have been using the
resevolr and its dams as cross-
ing points to enlarge their Puk-
han River bridgehead.
Communist prisoners said they
had lived for more than five daya
on nothing but flour.
Yesterday 28 United State*
Sabres battled 50 Russian-bull*
Mlg-15s in northwest Korea,
shooting down three and probab-
ly destroying another.
Bombarding Chinese supply,
lines with lSln. shells the U. 8..
battleship New Jersey went Into
action for the first time since II
shelled Japanese-held Wake Is-
land Aug. 8, 1945.
General Matthew B. Rldgway,
supreme commander of tho
United Nations forces in Korea,
returned to Tokyo last night af-
ter a two day tour of the battle-
front during which he visited
every United States and South
Korean unit at the front. '
Brazilian General
Is Local Visitor
The Brazilian Minister of War,
MaJ. Gen. Newton Estillas Leal,
arrived from New Orleans las
night accompanied by MaJ. Gen.
C. L. Mullins. U.8. Army member
of the Joint Brazilian U.S. Mili-
tary Mission. I'
The Brazilian cabinet member,
Is en route home after a visit in
the United States. He Is leaving
tomorrow at 8 a.m.
This morning at eight a mili-,
tary review at Quarry Height
was arranged in his honor, after
which he visited Governor Fran-
cis K. Newcomer and Inspected
models of the Canal at Diablo
Heights. '
Later he was to make a a par-
tial transit of the Canal, ob-'
serving the locks at Miraflores,'
Pedro Miguel and Gatun, and
disembarking at Ft. Davis land*,
ing on the Atlantic Side.
Also scheduled were stops aft
the USARCARIB School, Ft. Ou-,
lick, anti-aircraft batteries. Ft-,
Davis and Cristobal. i
During his brief visit General
Estillas Leal Is the house guest
of Lt. Gen. W. H. H. Morris. Jr.,
Commander-in-Chief. Caribbean
Comand. at Quarry Heights. Gen-
eral Mullins Is at the Quarry
Heights guest house.
Miami's 'Filthy Night Clubs,
Sex Crimes Flayed By Judge
By ROLAND DOPSON the world," Judge Beckham Ellis Chism, a crusader to make
said. "So long as our people coun- Miami ,as moral as his former
FIAMI, Fla., May 21 (UP) A tenance 'strip tease' acts and hometown of Red Bay, Ala,
juvenile judge called for a "legion performances by sex perverts turned from his "circuit-riding'*
of decency" today to clean up masquerading as 'female lmper- on Sundays to force observance
the numerous "filthy" night club sonators' we may expect more of blue laws to cleaning up the
shows In this tourist playground crime of this nature." night clubs,
and to help stop the wave of sex "What we apparently need Is Chism, an ex-Ice cream sales-
acts against children. a 'Legion of Decency' to clean man and prize fighter, criticized
Judge Walter H. Beckham and up some of these filthy perfor- a Judge for not giving a Jail sen-
the Miami Crime Commission manees. We seem to have sunk tence to several girls he had ar-
Jolned a newspaper campaign to to an all time low In moral rested for giving "indecent
stop rape and perverted assaults standards." shows."
upon young boys and girls. "This town Is filled with homo- "That was a campaign (the ar-
Police reported 20 such cases sexuala." former Chief Deputy rests) that might have saved
within the last two months. Frank Jackson said after a raid many a girl from being raped but
These included the rape of a that put 113 men and women for Judge Wayne Allen and his
four-year-eld girl in front of a under arrest during the height small fines and letting half of
baby sitter, the rape of a 13- of the winter tourist season here, them go." he said,
year-old girl by a man whose The Crime Commission, turn- "When your little girls are
wife had him arrested and num- ed from gambling arid bookmak- raped. Instead of putting all the
erous Indecent exposures in front Ing to sexual attacks on child- blame on the offenders, march
of minors. ren. on these city and county com-
"Vlsltors from other cities tell "Put your child on guard," missioners and hold them ree-
us that the greater Miami area commission director Dan Sulli- ponsible... they are allowing the
has more rotten and Indecent van warned parents. "Warn them kind of a city that appeal* to
shows than any other place In against strangers." this class of people."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DADLE NEWSPAPER
MONDAY. MAT II. 1M1
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"~" occasional Btlllnft to Ntw Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamer. In thin aervtce trt limited lo twelve MMeniaet)
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] Clarence R. Tahl
Is CZ Delegate
To Scout Council
l The Canal Zone Council. Boy
Bcoui of America, will be repre-
' aented by a delegate when the
I National Council o the organlaa-
. tlon holds Us 41st annual meet-
1 ing in Chicago on May 25 and 26.
; The local delegate Is Clarence
3 R. Tahtof Diablo Heights, Canal
Zone, -who Is a member of the
5 council Executive Board.
I With ''America Physically
"Strong. Mentally Awake and Mor-
ally Straight" as Its theme, the
National Council meeting will
-torine together more than 1500
men, many of them prominent in
their home communities. They
; will represent many of the 541
'. Local Councils which administer
the program to 2.795,222 members
in 78,716 Scout Units throughout
I the United States and Its terrl-
- tones. Sessions will be held in
: the Hotel Stevens except the
business session Friday afternoon
which is to meet in the Eighth
Street Theater adjoining the ho-
; tl.
Erie Cocks. Jr.. National Com-
'. tnander of the American Legion
irttO was an Eagle Scout in Atlan-
" ta, Oa., will deiver the principal
' address at the dinner Saturday
evening (May 26.) Branch Rickey,
Executive Vice President of the
Pittsburgh Pirates, will speak at
the opening luncheon Friday
(May 26).
Edgar A. Ouest. noted poet and
author, of Detroit, will address
I the luncheon on Saturday (May
24) on 'The Man and the Boy in
' Scouting."
Amory Houghton of Corning,
H.Y.. President of the Boy Scouts
S! America, will preside at all ses-
t)ns. Dr. Arthur A. Schuck. Chief
Scout Executive, a leader in the
jcganlzation for 38 of Its 41 years.
\ trill then make hla annual report.
: Housewife Not Too Busy
? To Write Musical Show
BLOOMINOTON, Ind. May 21
iUJ*.).. The 1951 Jordan
River Revue, a musical comedy
staged annually at Indiana Un-
iversity, 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
University Advises
Home Gardeners
SPRINGFIELD. 111. May 21 '
(UP.). The gardener who
gardens too enthusiastically will
reap no harvest, according to the
Illinois Department of Agricul-
ture.
The department said planting
seeds too deep and watering
plantings too thoroughly may be
disastrous.
Buy seeds now and be ready to
plant them at the proper time,
the department said. Prepare a
seed-bed by loosening the soil
and then raking It smooth.
Radishes, beets, onions or par-
snips are good early planters,
maturing quickly and ready tor
harvest before other crops.
Most seeds, the department ad-
vised, should be planted one to
two inches deep, with a few re-
quiring a depth from four to
eight inches.
Under most conditions there's
no need to water the soil. If it is
dry. however, light watering Is
best. Don't water the seedbed un-
til plants show signs of wilting.
Cultivation will not only keep
weeds from starting but lster
preserve precipitation.
Crippled War Veteran
To Wheel Across US
LOO BEACH, Calif.. May 21,
(UJ.>. Herbert Howard, a
crippled war veteran, says he
will start rolling his wheelchair
across the country as soon as he
gets out of the hospital "just to
show people we aren't helpless."
The 30-year-old veteran is in
a government hospital here for
a checkup. After serving In the
infantry from 1939 to 1944 with-
out suffering a scratch he was
paralyzed from the waist down
In a tractor accident.
Howard said he recently hitch-
hiked from his home town. Mon-
terey. Tenn.. to Venice, near
here, where he now lives.
"It's nothing new," he said.
"I've done It three times.
"Now I'm going to roll across
the country under my own pow-
er. If I'm successful. It'll prove
to a lot of folks that paraplegics
can't be counted out until they're
dead."
sooner." she said, "had It not
been for classes and keeping
house for mv husband."
Musical Instrument
HORIZONTAL
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Instrument
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military------
13 Causing
unevenness
14 Concerning
15 Wile .
16 Tries
18 Beverage
19 "Pelican
Stete" (ab.)
20 Keep on
22 Near (ab.)
23 Engrave
25 Rave
27 Venture
28 Egg-shaped
29 Babylonian
deity
30 Frenen river
31 Sad cry
33 Parent
34 Facts
38 Volcano in
Sicily
18 So be it!
39 Peruse
40 Music! note
41 Rags
47 Television
(sb.)
48 Insect
50 Dried plum
51 Oriental porgy
52 Artlsst
54 Candles
56 Lukewarm
37 Semitic deitv
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2 Printing
mistakes
1 Fortune
4 Exists
5 Quota
6 it if carried
the
shoulder
7 Caps
8 Singing voice
9 Jewish month
10 Negative word
11 Chaperones
12 Surprise
17 Palm lily
20 Oame bird
21 Cavalry
soldiers
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26 Fly
31 Herd
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46 Hire
49 Gratuity
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36 Swimming
37 Counsel
42 Imitated
43 Transpose
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'Doomed' By Doctors.
He Keeps On Living
TOLEDO, O. May 21 (UP).
Forty years ago J. M. Oasser,
then 36. was given six months
to a year to live.
His doctor said he would Uve
only six months If he remained
here; a year If he moved west.
A panel of nine other doctors
agreed that Oasser had tubercu-
losis and had a year to live, at
the outside.
Oasser and his wife moved to
Los Angeles March 23. 1911. A
year later the couple returned Co
Toledo. Gasser entered a sanit-
arium but left when 02 of the
53 patients died either during his
stay or shortly afterwards.
Today Gasser is still working
as a barber- a trade he started
60 years ago.
"What about his tuberculosis?
"Turned out I didn't have it at
all," he said.
What about the doctor who
gave him only a year to live?
"Oh, he died shortly after-
ward," Oasser said.
Farm Dwellers Veto
Hillbilly Tones
HAMILTON, O. May 21 (UP)
It may come as a shock
to some radio program directors.
but the folks on the farm prefer
seinl-classical music to hillbilly
tunes.
At lesst that Is what Mrs. Iva
Nicholson Williams found out
when she questioned 255 farmers
attending a conference of the
Ohio Grange.
Mrs. Williams asked the Gran-
gers: "Do you think rural people
as a whole prefer hillbilly mus-
ic?"
Their answer was 206 no, 36
yes. and 13 no opinion.
She then asked, "If you could
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Strikes In Past Year
LAN8ING, Mich. May 21 (UP)
Final figures on Michigan
labor disputes during 1950 show
81 strikes making 118,407 workers
Idle.
The state labor mediation
board computed that the work
stop pages resulted 1 na loss of
7,019,762 man-days of labor.
During the 12-month period,
the board handled 5,011 cases of
labor disputes.
Seventy-eight per cent of all
strikes were in manufacturing
Industries. 10 per cent in whole-
sale and retail businesses, seven
per cent in transportation or ser-
vice fields, and five per cent in
construction industry.
Seventy-three per cent of all
1950 strikes were caused by con-
tract disagreements, 16 per cent
by wage disputes six per cent
over union recognition, four per
cent over discharges of employes
and one per cent miscellaneous
causes.
Texas Nighthawk
Cools Itself
LOS ANOELES, May 21 (UP)
The Texas nelghtawk has
a built-in cooling system In Its
mouth so the species can sit on
nests In 100-degree temper-
atures, scientists have discovered.
Zoologists at the University of
California at Los Angeles report
that the nlghtawk's natural re-
frigerator works like this:
When temperatures rise, the
bird opens its mouth; unique
throat muscles fan air over large
veins; molstura from oral sur-
faces is evaporated, cooling the
hawk's blood supply.
Dr. Raymond B. Cowles said
nature apparently worked out
this system because the night-
flying bird, which has no sweat
glands, must sit on eggs under
a broiling sun. They cover their
nests during days, he explained,
to keep eggs.from being par-
polled not to keep them warm.
listen to only one type of music,
which would you choose?"
The answers showed 65 favor-
ing semi-classical music. 60 pre-
ferred old popular tunes. 59 liked
sacred songs. 40 voted for modern
dance music, seven gave hillbilly
tunes the nod, six,voted for west-
ern melodies, six said classical
and 12 had no preference.
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MONDAY. MAT ti. 151
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PA1LT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THKEI
Army, Navy & Air Force News
FIRST ITEM on the program for the Atlantic Side observance o Armed Forces Da? was
a ioint review of the Army, Navy. Air Force, Marine Corps, the American Legion, veterana
of Forelan Wars Cristobal High School cadets, and lepresentatlves units of the Armed
Forces of BoUvia. Colombia (Army and Navy,, Costa Rica. Cuba, El Salvador. Guatemala. Nl-
""Here to^ camemmaT caught Lieutenant General William H. H. Morris. Jr.. Commander-
ln-Chie" CaribbeT" Command? Captain Lyle Koepke, c?n.mandinK Officer. Coco Solo Nava
Station, and Lt. Colonel Thoma M. Lamer, Commanding Officer 76th AAA.Gun.Bat
talln. Fort Davis, lnsnecting the troops that marched in the view Left to right on tne
left side of the picture are Colonel L*rner. General Moris. a^CapUln Koepke^ p^
Coco Solo Tri- Service Show
Drew 2,000 Atlantic Siders
FORT GULICK. CZ. Some
2.000 people poured Into the Co-
co Solo Naval Station on Satur-
day, to witness the Armed Forces
Day program prepared by the
joint efforts of the Army, Navy.
Air Force and Marine Corps of
the United States of America.
Participating rn the review
were the 60th Army Band, "T"
Company of the 33rd Inlantry
Regiment, "C" Troop of the 45th
Cavalry Reconnaissance Squad-
ron. "C" Battery of the 504th
Field Artillery Battalion, a com-
posite battery of the 764th Artil-
lery Anti-Alrcraft Gun Battal-
ion, the 20th Military Company,
the 12th Marine Guard Detach-
ment, a composite unit of the
Navy a composite unit of the U.S.
Air Force, two U.S. Army groups
of the U.S. Army Caribbean
School, the Marine Corps, the
American Legion, the Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Cristobal High
School cadets, and representative
units of the Armed Forces of Bo-
livia. Colombia (Army and Navy),
Costa Rica, Cuba. El Salvador,
Guatemala. Nicaragua. Panama
and Peru. Heading the reviewing
party was Lt. General William H.
H. Morris-, Jr., Commander-in-
Ohlef, Caribbean Command.
Commander of Troops was Lt.
Colonel Thomas M. Lamer, com-
manding officer, 764th AAA Gun
Battalion.
After the review the 60th Ar-
my Band of Fort Gullck. under
the baton of Chief Warrant Dan-
iel Miller, gave an hour-long
concert. Combat films were
shown while the concert was go-
ing on.
The Air Force then putting on
a search and rescue show; the
Navy had a squadron demonstra-
tion; and the 504th Field Artille-
ry Battalion explained the func-
tion and demonstrated the use of
105mm howitzers, and the 764th
AAA Gun Battalion demonstra-
ted the use of various artillery
pieces.
The Food Service Ivlslon of the
US. Army Caribbean School
served coffee, doughnuts and
limeade; the Automotive Divi-
sion of the School displayed cut-
away models of different types of
engineering equipment Including
mines, booby traps and demoli-
tion material; also displayed by
the School was a model classroom
complete with training aids. The
School also had the flags of all
the nations of the Western hem-
isphere at their exhibit.
Trained personnel of the 33rd
Infantry Regiment explained the
functions the 75mm and 57mm
recollless rifles, the 81mm and
60mm mortars, the 50 caliber
heavy machine gun and the 30
caliber light machine gun. the
2.36 rocket launcher, the Ml ri-
fle, the 45 caliber pistol and the-
30 caliber carbine.
The Navy had many Interesting
displays including a patrol bomb-
er, a sectionallzed airplane mo-
tor that was actually running, a
relief map of the Panama Canal
and a ship and airplane model.
The patrol bomber was open for
Inspection and literally hundreds
of persons went through lt where
courteous sailors explained the
various pieces of equipment In It.
The Air Force did itself proud
with a helicopter search-and-
rescue demonstration and a par-
achute jump.
The 7461st Signal had various
field cable splicing tools on dis-
play and a soldier who showea
the spectators how cable Is
spliced.
The Chaplains Corps had field
chaplaincy equipment on display.
The 45th Cavalry had seven piec-
es o equipment on display.,
Everyone had a good time but
the most enthusiastic spectators
were the children. They clamber-
ed aboard various artillery pieces
to work the gun mechanism; they
"shot" carbines under the watch-
ful eyes of expert riflemen; they
"drove" Jeeps, half-tracks, ar-
mored cars and trucks; they "pu-
rified' water; they talked on
walkie-talkies and handl-talkles;
they ate pounds of doughnuts
and drank gallons of limeade;
they shouted, they hollered, they
screamed and had themselves a
gay old time In the process.
10,000 At 'Day' At Albrook
A thrilling climax to National
Defense Week was presented be-
fore a crowd of 10,000 at Albrook
Air Force Base Saturday. Air-
Rescue parachute Jumps, Navy
lire fighting demonstration, the
firing of Army Antl-Alrcraft ma-
chine guns; plus and hour long
show of the joint Armed Ser-
vices, brought gasps of amaze-
ment from pleased spectators.
The 'Armed Forces Day de-
monstration at Albrook was the
ending of a week long program
to acquaint all civilians with the
armed might of the United
states. Exhibits were open to the
public at 1 p.m. with not a 'Hands
Off sign In the entire area. Park-
ing facilities were filled as re-
sidents of both Panama and the
Canal Zone took advantage of
their opportunity to visit the
displays. Three huge aircraft
hangers bulged with equipment.
Officers and men of cooperating
units were on hand to explain
and demonstrate the material-
Naval Communications was
transmitting personal messages
by Radio-Teletype from one side
of the hangar to the other. Mil-
itary Police were giving free He
Detector teita. Army Engineers
had a gift map of the Canal Zone
for every guest. Antl-Alrcraft
guns could oe aimed 'fired' by
the small fry. Motion pictures of
past operations by the Armed
Services, were In continuous
projection. Huge tanks presented
the younger generation with a
chance to explore previously
forbidden territory. Aircraft from
different units could be viewed,
and a C-28 troop carrier was
open to public inspection. Jungle
foods were on display, all careful-
ly marked as to their value In
sustaining life. Huge trucks,
Jeeps and even fire engines all
presented chances for the chil-
dren to excape parentlal super-
vision. But to everyone's disap-
pointment, the armys' kitchen
exhibit did not provide free food
samples.
Shortly after a 3 p.m. drizzle
a rescue group helicopter piloted
by Capt. John F. Miller, leaped
100 feet Into the air to begin a
dazzling display of aerial skill.
Any US City Now
Easier To Hit Than
Pearl Harbor 1941
ALBANY, N. Y., May 21 (UP)
Any American city today is an
easier target for an aggressor
than Pearl Harbor was for the
Japanese, 10 years ago, Gen.
George C. Kenney. commanding
general of the Air University,
warned yesterday.
Kenney, who spoke at "I Am
an American Day" celebration
here, warned that there was no
way to guarantee this country
safety from a bombing attack.
He said the "true air defense"
of the nation begins with Ame-
rican bombs striking at an ag-
gressor's sources of powers.
"No would-be aggressor would i
think seriously of attacking uai
while we possess a superior air
force," he said. "No aggressor
would hesitate to attack us if
we had an Inferior air force..
In war, a nation with the sec-
ond-best air force Is no better
off than a man with the sec-
ond best hand In a pos.- game."
Kenney described this nation's
long-range, bomber striking
force as "our primary deterring
weapon for the preservation of
peace and for gaining victory in
the event of war."
He urged establishment of a
widespread system of radar and
other warning devices and fight-
er planes to Intercept and shoot
down any enemy bombera.
Canadian Tug Wins
Great Lakes Race
DETROIT, May 21 (UP)
A Canadian tugboat huffed and
puffed up the Detroit River to-
day to take home for a- second
time the title of the Great
Lakes' fastest slow boat.
It was an easy victory for the
"Atomic." a powerful name for
a powerful tug which also won
last year's tugboat internation-!
al. Four lengths behind was the
American John Roen in of
Sturgeon Bay, Wls.
Captain J. Earl Mc Queen, a
Canadian from Amherstburg,
Ont.. skippered his Atomic to
victory wearing a black hom-
burgjfand a brown business suit.
'wanted to be dressed right
to get the trophy,"' he said.
First the craft hung motionless
over a rubber boat helplessly
adrift on the concrete landing
strip, while the occupants climb-
ed to the helicopter via a
dangling rope ladder. Then
gracefully as a ballet dancer the
machine glided down the run-
way, whirled airborne, and
swooped over the field, keeping
even the smallest children en-
tranced as the acrobatics con-
tinued. During this performance
four Navy PBM bombers thun-
dered overhead, followed by an
Air Force B-26, full throttle field
strafing demonstration. Later a
small, self-powered target plane
catapulted alrwise, parachuting
to earth after the radio control
became inoperative. Cans of
burning gasoline were quickly
extinguished by a joint Navy-Air
Force fire fighting team de-
monstrating crash landing as-
sistance techniques.
Noise from 12,50 50 calibre ma-
chine guns firing at a towed
target brought most spectators
running to watch, as this was
equipment for a portion of'the
new civilian Anti'Alrcraft train-
ing program. The din of machine
guns was In sharp contrast to a
pin dropping silence as three
I para troopers left a C-47 to float
earthwards in another simulated
descue operation. No sooner had
the last man safely collapsed his
chute, than a Chemical Warfare
unit was coloring the sky with
gaily colored smokes. Followed by
a breathtaking display of flame
throwers in action.
Impressively bringing 'Armed
Forces Day' to a close was the
stirring review of Army, Navy,
Air Force, and Marine troops.
And ready to take their place
as tomorrows 'Defenders of the
Freedom' was a fine unit of the
Balboa R. O. T. C; ending the
second celebration of National
Defense Week' in our Caribbean
area.
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"MASTER SGT." Tommy Golder receives basic training In
the operation of multiple mount Antl-Alrcraft machine guns
from Cpl. Charles Basden of "B" Btry. 903d AA Bn65th
AAA group.
(US Army Photo By Carroll).
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Opening lead* K
outh, East and West had to be
satisfied with the 100 points they
could get by doubling five spades.
It was no longer possible for them
to bid six clubs with any serious
expectation of making that con-
tract. *
There would be a different sto-
ry to tell if East aimply bid four
clubs instead of making the tac-
tically unsound cue-bid of four
spades, outh would proceed on to
four ipades and East could then
go to five clubs. It would seem
that he was simply making a sa-
crifice bid, and his side might
well be permitted to play the
hand at five clubsprobably dou-
bled.
Even if North ran out to five
spades. East might then bid six
clubs. Without the cue-bid in,
hearts. North could be expected to,
lead a spade; and then West;
would easily fulfill the slam con-,
tract In clubs.
ARMED FORCES DAT on the Atlantic Side was observed at
the Coco Solo Naval Station on Saturday, May 19. The pro-
gram featured a Joint review with participant* of ten na-
tions of the Western Hemisphere, demonstrations, and dls-
Dlay of equipment. ,
Here a group of children have clambered aboard a 120
mm gun. have spotted the "enemy," and prepare to "mow
him down." _. ...
(Official Caribbean Command Photo).
Electricity On Farm
Called Boon To Output
A cue-bid tone that shows con-
trol rather than a real suit) oft-
en helps the partnership reach
the best contract. Howveer, lt Is
important not to make such a
bid If lt helps the enemy more
than your side.
In today's hand, fo rexample, ;
East was technically correct In
bidding four spades. He wanted to
reach a contract of at least five
clubs and he could honestly show ,
control of the spade suit on the
way to that contract. Psychologi- 1
caliy, however, his bid as very 1
poor. It warned the opponents
that a slam In clubs was not Im-
possible and that a game contract
was a nea rcertalnty.
When East made a second slam |
try by bidding four no-trump,
South made a cue-hid. that was
really intelligent. It seemed nice-
ly to him (with good reason) that
the opponents could make a con-
tract of six clubs except against
an opening heart lead. Since he
waa determined to bid five spades
as a sacrifice against five clubs,
South could aford to bid live |
hearts on the way.
After this intelligent bid by
or for leisure.
The report pointed out that al-
though farm prices have increas-
ed during the seven-year period, |
the cash return on the Motz
farm has kept well ahead of the
general rise In prices received for
all commodities.
Motz said that although there
Is no such thing as push button
farming, electricity has proved to
be one of his most valuable and
inexpensive hired hands. He said
that unlike many other services,
the more of it he uses, the cheap-
er lt becomes.
WE8T FARMINGTON, O., May
21 (UPi. Within seven years, It
Is estimated that electricity on
an average farm can Increase by
more than 51 per cent the mo-
ney earned per hour of produc-
tive labor.
That's the idea pomoted by a
practical electrification experi-
ment on the Joseph Motz farm
near here.
The evidence that farm elec-
trification more than pays its
own way was contained in a re-
port prepared for Westlnghouse
Electrlc's farm electrification de-
partment.
Since 1944. when electric pow-
er first reached the 262-acre
Motz farm, records have been
kept on the farm's production
and progress.
The report said intelligent use
of electricity on a farm can
eliminate a great many man-
hours of hard work and do a bet-
ter Job at considerably lower
cost.
The experiment is being car-
ried out under conditions ident-
ical to those faced by the aver-
age farmer. Motz bought new
electrical equipment at retail
prices, using only the profits
from the farm's operations to do
it.
In 1944, the farm returned 66
cents for each hour of work he
put into the various productive
enterprises. By 1950. the return
had increased to $1.17 for each
hou rof work. By reducing the
time required for basic farm
operations. Motz and his son had
more time for other enterprises,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN N INDEPENDENT DAItT MEwSrAPEE
MONDAY, MAY 1, lilt
Pacific Little League Play-Offs Open Tonight
j
Marines Win Annual C.Z
.45 Caliber Pistol Match
A Marine Barracks pistol team which has been making
threateningaegturesall year yesterday won the annual .45 cali-
& PS o' magtchToiSiorid a/the Canal A^ *"&
won The match was held on the Balboa Oun Clubs Par fan
enge end was over the 30 shot Camp Perry Court, ail at
16 yThe*Marlne tegm scored 982 points In waning from their
Closeit competitor the dark horse A'^wk-Ouruniu Gun Club
team The latter landed in second place with 850 points iai out
in front of the favored Balboa Oun Club aggregation, whose 888
was on v good enough for third. The shortened course made
"better match with the heavy weapon than the comblnation
".uraa i.: I' last year, and was apparently more popular In view
Pi Uin Klont'their^eTrn leurel.s.the Marines and Albrook-
Curundu dominated the first five places in individual score..
R C Btrlnuer of the Marines fired 288 to win the gold medal,
white Cap" Bob Gorder of Albrook-Curundu },s right behind
him with a) to take the silver second place award C P. Haynea
nrl Col H J Turton, both of the Marines, fired 249 and 247
respectively for third and fourth place..and M/Sjt OU Kemm
o Albrook-Curundu, although plagued with weapon malfunction,
6kedThetB1alboa,Qu ci'o announces a DCM Qualification match
vlth the Ml; rifle for Sunday. May 27th. This will give shooters
an opportunity to get back in the groove with the 0-06 before
nxToui'iC Z S. A. match with this rifle, which will be
fired over the N. R. A. short course over two Sundays The 100
"art portion of the course will be fired Sunday, June 10th, and
the 200 vard portion on June 17th.
The N R A short course ishort refers to the distance, and
not the me'raquirpd to fire it. was first fired hare lestyear,
and the winning team wa. the 45th Cavalry in one of their last
upptarances In local competition. More details on thl tch I
hi forthcoming at a later date. In the meantime, neat Sunday s
match win piobbly be the last .30-08 warm-up for local .hooters
to take advantage of. .-_,.
retailed scores in todav s pistol mach follow.
MAKINK BARRACK I'NCLIJB #1 Slow Timed Rapid Total
Phillies, Dodgers Score Wins
In Twinbills; Yanks Triumph
H. C. Stringer
c. P Haynes ....................
H. J. Turton .....................
Donald Callahan ................
ALBROOK-Cl'RL'NDC OON CLl'B
Bob Oorder ....................
Gil Kimm .......................
Bill Jaffray .....................
Curta Peterson ..................
BALBOA GUN CLUB No. 1
Jake Berson ....................
Dan Crumpacker ................
Fred Well. ......................
S. T. Todd ......................
BALBOA GUN CLUB No. t
..Wayne Lucas .............
M:ke Wolcblck ............
Lou Ryi / ................
, ,C. Br.is.on ................
94 86
M 82
88 84
ai 8f>
as 86
85 76
87 67
W 74
MARINE BARRACKS GUN CLUB **
Newton .............................
Way ................................
..Duerr ..............................
Sheffield ...........................
81
83
7b
82
75
86
84
811
8U
74
70
84
83
W
77
73
77
81
83
M
88
77
76
73
90
78
73
71
68
61
61
61
268
349
347
318
2
360
339
326
325
liso
332
324
216
316
888
73 225
4 216
63 210
38 184
*835
76 71 227
72 60 206
63 68 201
61 31 176
INDIVIDUALS
George Hall. Balboa ......
Jtmmie Thompson. Balboa
Aichle Turner. Balboa
Roy Perkins. Cristobal
"T. A. Richer, Marinas ......
George Neubeauer, Alb-Cur.
Bill Merriman, Alb-Cur. ...
818
Slow Timed Rapid Total
W
83
83
79
92
til
86
ft
81
78
6
46
56
69
70
58
66
4fi
53
38
36
225
222
216
194
193
145
140
Brazos Brook Club Retains
National Brewery Beer Mug
Brazos Brook ventured daringly
Into the lair of the Summit Hilla
Sweater Girls Sunday and suc-
ceeded in defeating said Sweater
Girls 23'2 to 2m, therebyboost-
ing their lead and retaining the
Cervecera National "Beer Mug
trophv for the year 1951 with
a total score for the two day. of
play of 48 to 38. Brazos Brook
really turned out in full force,
showed surprising strength, and
completely overwhelmed the un-
suspecting Sweater Girls.
Individual honors for the en-
tire tournament were:
Women's low gross Virginia
Keenan of Brazos Brook: 83-81
*?. ^_
Women's low netWilma Ca-
vers of Summit: 103-102205
Bihius 88147. (Handicap com-
mittee please note i. *
Men's low gross "Gorgeous
George" Rlley ol Summit: 79-70
149.
Men's low net Bill LeBrun
ol Summit: 79-77156 minus
32 134.
As predicted by Brazos Brook
last week, there are sume deflat-
ed Sweater Girls this week. How-
ever, at one point hi the day's
play Summit had regained 12 of
the 15 points ol the week before,
and looked as 11 they possioly
might come home winners until
the National Brewery's beer kegs
were emptied and the "Btook-
ites," being more.experienced in
the art of beer drinking, rallied
Strongly and staggered home with
. the "Beer Mug", for another
year.
One consolation Summit had
during the day was the fact that
the team of George and Jim
Riley. three under par, defeated
the recently crowned Isthmian
Best Ball champs, formerly
known as "The Bridesmaids from
Braw." Mike KullkoWskl and
Charley Wood, by a three point
margin. However, that is clutch-
ing at straw..
TrouTu Basketball
Player-of-the-Year
Larry Chance. Chairman of tha
i committee to select the "Player-
I of-the-vear" In the Canal one
Scholastic basketball League,
announced that Wally Trout,
, stellar forward of the Canal Zone
I Junior College quintet, was se-
lected to receive the Knights of
Columbus trophy.
The trophy was donated by Pa-
, nama-Balboa No. 1371 and was
j one of tiie four presented to the
I Canal Zone Scholastic leagues.
, Trout was also selected as Play-
er-of-the-Year In Football mid
' outstanding athlete on the Isth-
' mus in schoolboy track.
Tommy Hughest. voung pitch-
I er of the Cristobal High School
nine was the baseball player de-
signated as Player-of-tliP-Yenr.
These awards were given to the
individuals .ejected aud are their
I personal property.
Reds Drop To
Cellar In NL
NEW YORK. May 21 (UP>
The Phillies walloped the Pirates
twice 17-0 and 12-4 at
Pittsburgh before 38.166 fans, the
largest crowd there since 1033. In
a 35-hit spree which restortd
some of the lustre the National
Leauue champs had lost in their
recent slump to the league cellar.
KU hi Aihburn set the pace
all tha way with eight singles.
In the opener. Rum Meyer
turned in a five-hit shutout
his first blanking since Sept.
38, 1949. It wa. the second big-
Ie.t shutout in National
oague history snd the worst
since 1888 when the Giants
won 1B-6 from the Cuba.
" Robin Roberts also had no
trouble winning his fourth game
in the nightcap. The Phillies got
eight walks In the opener in
which Mike Oollat homered. Ed-
die Pellagrini, Andy Seminick
and Del Ennia hit second game
Philly homers.
The Dodger, stayed on top and
sent the Reds into last place by
winning twice, 10-3 and 14-4, at
Cincinnati. The Cubs remained a
gam. behind in second by win-
ning two close ones from the
Bravea. 4-3 and 6-4, at Chicago.
The Cardinals topped the Gi-
ants 8-7 at St. Louis.
In the American League the
Yankee, beat the Browns 7-3
at the Yankee Stadium, the
White Sox topped the Senators
6-4 at Washington, the Tiger
won from the Red Sox 8-4 at
Bastn and the Indians ended
a six-game losing streak by
edging the Athletic. 5-3 after
losing 2-1 at Philadelphia.
Jackie Robinson and Carl
Abrams hit homers to account
for five Dodger runs and ended
Red ace Ewell Blackwell's five-
game winning streak at Cincin-
nati.
Carl Erskine pitched five score-
less relief Inning, to win his
second game. Clyde King, given
a 14-0 margin In seven Innings,
got a big lift In the second game
when Abrams set a 15-hlt pace
with three singlas and every
Dodger starter got at least one
hit.
The Reds' Ted Kluszewskl and
Red Stallcup hit homers.
Dutch Leonard, who at 41 is
the oldest pitcher in the
Msjors, had a fine day in Chi-
cago he was credited with
both victories in relief roles.
Late rallies beat the Braves
both times.
The Cubs mgdf two runs off
Johnny Sain in the eighth in-
ning of the opener on Bob Ra-
mazzotti and Mickey .Owen's
singles. Bob Elliott, Roy Harts-
field and Sid Gordon hit Brave
| home runs to no avail.
Led by Red Schoenaienst, who
drove In four runs with a triple
I and two singles and by Stan Mu-
sais three-run homer In the
five-run eighth, the Cardinals
edited the Giants in a wild game.
Lefty Ed Lopat became the first
pitcher In the Majors to win se-
| ven games, beating the Browns
mi an eight-hitter. He also
strutted around with his third
homer. Joe DIMaggio hit a two-
1 run Yankee homer. The second
game was rained out.
Eddie Robinson had a big day
i before his old mates In Wash-
I ington, hitting a homer, a douole
| and a single while driving in
three runs as the White Sox
! stayed two games behind the
Yankees with their fourth
win and their tenth hi the last
12. Ken Holcombe won his third
game a elx-hltter.
The Tigers utilized Hoot Evers
and Steve Bouohock's homers lor
early strength and cashed in on
the wildness of Red Sox pitcher
Ray Scarborough for three wore
runs In the eighth as Hal New-
houser won his fourth game
Scarborough walked four batters
to force In a run and Evers
singled in two more in the big
eighth.
Dick Fooler pitched a three-
hit victory for the Athletics In
which lie yielded no earned runs
but the Indians came back to end
a six-game losing streak and take
the second game 5-S with a two-
run rally In the eighth that gave
relief pitcher Mike Garcia his
third win.
National League
Teams W
Brooklyn .... 18
Chcleago ,..-.!
St. Louis .
Boston ....
Philadelphia .
New York .
18
17
16
14
I
13
14
14
16
17
18
Pet.
.581
548
.517
.516
.485
471
.45*
438
Pittsburgh .... 1* !I
Cincinnati U 18
TODAY' GA'MKB
Now York at St. Louis
No other games scheduled.
YESTERDAY S RESULTS
Pint Game
Brooklyn Nt 016 381-16 13 t
Cincinnati 000 310 000-3 II 1
Hatten, Er.kln* (3-4) and Cam-
psnella.
BUckw.il (l-3i, Kraut snd
Frames*.
Second Gam.
Brooklyn #01 317 868-14 15
Cincinnati 006 000 1384 | S
King (4-1) and Campanula.
Wehmeier (1-3), By.rly, Fer-
fcowsky, ErautI, Peterson and
Scheffing.
First Game
Boston 636 000 #00 3 I 1
Chicago 060 810 13x4 16 1
Sain (1-6), Donovan, Nichols
and Cooper.
McLiah, Kelly, Leonsrd (1-0)
and Walker.
Seoonn Game
Boston 600 101 1164 6
Chicago 60 210 6026 ll 1
Wilson, Estoek, Donovan (6-1),
Bickfnrd and St. (lair..
Rush, Kelly,, Leonard (2-0) and
Owen.
New York 366 601 3161 18 8
St. Louis 662 001 ">()x8 13 4
Hearn, Spencer, Bowman,
Jones (0-4) and Westrum, Neble.
BreOchen. Wilks. Munger (1-1),
Presko and Rice.
First Game
Phil. 000 120 824-17 30
Pittaburrh 064 OtO 068 5
Meyer (3-1) and Seminick.
Dlckaon (S-S), Koski, Friend,
Walsh and McCullough.
American League
Teams W I. Pet.
New York .... 30 6 690
Chicago ..... 16 9 .640
Detroit ....'.I* 10 .615
Washington ... 15 It .556
Boston..... 14 It .519
Cleveland .... 13 15 .464
Philadelphia t 81 -340
t. Louis..... 38 .867
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Boston.
St. Loaia at New York Chicago at Washington (N.)
No other game scheduled.
YKaiTERIIAV'S RESULTS
First Game
St. Louis 018 800 3083 a 0
New York 001 331 00xr-7 8 2
Starr (8-8), Hogue, Suoheoki
and Lollar.
Lopat (7-t) and Barra.
tio.ond Game
it. Louis at New York.
Poitponed (Rain).
Chicago 010 180 081 8 2
Wa.hfngton 001 036 0104 3
Holcombe (3-1) and Nlarhos.
Consuegra, Sima (1-4) and
Guerra.
Detroit 001 201 6118 13 0
Boston OtO 200 0004 11 0
Newhouser (4-t) and Ginsberg.
Htobbs, Scarborough (1-3), Wight
and Moss.
First Game
Cleveland 006 010 0001 3
Phils. 100 000 Olx2 7
Lemon (8-4) and Regan.
Fowler (l-S) and Murray.
Second Game
Cleveland 201 000 0205 7 0
Phil. 011 010 0003 a 1
Chakalea, Garcia (3-2) and
Tebbetts, Heno.
Martin, Schelb (1-3) and As-
troth. I
Plummer Drubs
Colon Garcia
Federico Plummer last night
gave Puerto Rlcan Franolsoo Co-
lon Garcia a terrific lacing as
he scored an easy unanimous
ten-round decision before ap-
proximately 3,000 fans at the Pa-
nama Olympic Stadium.
Plummer, Panama's feather-
weight champ, went to work on
Garcia right after the opening
bell and let up only momentarily
In two rounds as pummeled his
rival at will throughout the one,
sided affair.
Garcia was on the defensive
most of the time and fought In
brief flurries. He merited win-
ning only one round and another
draw tho other eight were
Plummer s by wide margins.
Garcia's host round was the
eighth when he scored several
times with Jolting right Jabs but
his famed left was almost a
useless weapon as Plummer out-
maneuvered him continuously.
Federico almost scored a knock-
out In the eighth when he had
Garcia down for a nine count
the result of a terrific right to
the solar plexus. Garcia got up
Just before tha bell.
Plummer put the Puerto Rlcan
down in the final round but
there was no count. At the end
of the bout, Garcia had both eyes
praolically closed and cut. He
also bled from the nostrils and
mouth. He displayed great cour-
age in standing up under terrifo
punishment.
Garcia weighed exactly 126
while Plummer came In at 137
pounds.
The semifinal was action-pack-
ed until it ended in the second
round with Leone! Peralta chalk-
ing up his seventh knockout vic-
tory in tight professional fights.
Baby Garcia was the victim. Pe-
ralta weighed 136, Garcia 138 V*.
Mcivin Bourne copped a split
decision over Tony Gaviln in.
the first four round preliminary.
This bout was slow and mono-
tonous. Bourne, 116, earned the
decision because of his greater
(Continued on Page EIGHT)
Councilmen, Catalog Kids
Play At Balboa Stadium
The bottle for the Pacific Little League chompionihip
will Mt underway tonight at tht lalboo Stadium beginning
ot 7:15,
The Curundu Councilmen, win-
8era of the second half, will meet
ie lean Catalog Kids, who were
on top In the first half. In
straight season play the teams
cempiled Identical records 15
win. and five losses. The Council-
man have a decided edge in the
outcome of previous meetings be-
tween these twe team., having 3
|:ame8 on the credit side of the
gdier and only one loss. U was
against Bears that Richie Hay-
dn pitched hie no-hit. no 'un
gamo, and he is slated to start
tonight.
For the Catalog Kids, Jimmie
Watson, who has not seen much
adi on the mound, will toe the
rubber. The Catalpg Kids will
miss the punch and power of
Tlmmv Hots who went to Hie
States, but in his place they have
capable resolver in Johnny
Harsted.
The Councilmen rooters will be
looking to Tsehudy, Best and
Haydon to supply the hits, while
Sears will be hoping that Wenk-
loaky, Bruhn and Durfee will
wallop that ball. Both teams are
strong defensively.
The opposing .hurstop. Ronnie
'Mead ami Booby Best are con-
sidered among the best In the
league. Both are twelve-year-
olds and will be the last time
that they will be playing Little
League Ball.
The series will be two best out
ot thro*, with next fames being
scheduled for Tuesday and Wed-
noaday nights, all under tho
lights. There is no charge (I
these games and the general pub-
lic is invited to eeme and witi
these games.
n ess
Y Hoop League
Balboa Armed 8ervlee* Y. M.
C. A. Warm-Up" Basketball |
League standings as of today.
IN THE "A" LEAGTJB
wenvLett|
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5700th A. B. G. .
6700th M & 8.....2
15th Naval Dhjt. ., t 1
f pedal Troops.....0
04th P. A.......0
IN TH"aVrEAGlII
Won Lost |
A. A. C 8.......2 0
Rodman.......i 9
Hospital.......1
67th Engineer .... 0
C" Btry. 784th .... 0 3
Games Tuesday Night; .
7:00 p.m..S. Army Hospital
vs. 7MCh 'C" Btry.
8;3p p.m.904th P. A. vs. Hdq.
15th Naval Diet.
The public is cordially invited
to these games free of charge.
MEMO TO
EXPECTANT FATHERS...
Give that expected youngster of yours the right
start in life... a spacious home, play yard, gar-
den, ate. All this can be yours In LEFEVRE
PARK... and you can Join our LOT CLUB for
as
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Mutuel Dividends
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KIKe-T RACE
1Stella J8.40, 33.60.
2-Volador 88.80.
SECOND BACK
1-Black Sambo $320, $2.40, $2.20
2Campesino $3.60, $2.60.
3Con Dinero $2.80.
First Doubles:
iM-.Ma-Black Sambo) 811.80.
THIRD RACK
1El Mago $8.80, $4.20. $2.20.
2Rosomng $4.40. $2.20.
3Haste Star $2.20.
One-Two:
(El Mago-Rosoning) W2.M.
FOURTH RACE
1Romntico $15,20. $5.80, $3.40.
2 Don Joaqun $14.00, $10.00.
3Tap Girl $3.
Quiniela: (Romntico Don
Joaqun) $275.80.
FIFTH RACE
1Curaca $11, $3.
2Wild Wire 3220.
SIXTH RACE
1-Grlsu $6, $2.80, $2.20.
2Cantaclaro $3.80, $2-80,
3Paragon $S.
SEVENTH RACE
.l-Babv Rol $8.60. $340, 33.20
12 -Hortensia 83.80. 82.30.
. Manellesa 82.20.
Second Doubles:
(Grlsu-Baby Boll 836.80.
EIGHTH RACE
Beduino 813.00, 87.20, 87. ,
Oran Da 86.80, 83.80.
Hurlecano 8280.
Quiniela:
(Beduino-Gran Dial $54.60.
NINTH RACE
1Fangio $15.30. 86.80. $3.80.
2Lacey $9. $3.80.
3Prestigio $4.00.
Une Two:
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l-Arqulmeda $400, $2 40.
2 -Casablanca $2 60.
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VISITING MINUTER Or WAR OF BRAZIL HONORED
BY LT. GENERAL AND MRS. MORRIS
The Commander-in-chief, Carl* OtWW*, W Din-
eral WtUlam H. R. Merris. an* Mr* M**ts Ie *"*
I S# coyer. iMt CVtBlU t M *""*- IWjJ
Quarter, on <|arnr H.it&ts to, MW ^JOT^*?!**.
Kstillac L|2i Minister of War o IraaU, wh I* tfctr nous*
'""be visitor mrrlratf yesterday from n offlcUI TMHHM
Unit** State nil I* l*tt*W tfm*"Xwj2r K?f,# ?K?"
Tita *v*nini at :W G*nral and Mr- Morris art fif-
ing; iwkllllnrtT at th.ir uarter. hi honor of General
Bitiilac Lea) and the munbor of hta party-
Wises Entertaining
For U.S. Visitn
The Charge
United states embassy and Mr.
Murray m. Wise .
vlUtlona lor a reception I W
embassy residence tomorrow a1"
p.m. In honor of Edwin J. MabiU.
Department of State. Albert J.
Rtoway and Robert a. Holbroog,
of the port import Bank-
Mr, Redway and Mr. Holbrook
have been the house wests of
Mr. and Mrs. Wise since their ar-
rival Friday and are now at Ho-
tel El Panama-
Mr. Mabili is arriving tonight
and wlU be the guest of Mr. and
Mr, WUe at the embassy resi-
dence during his stay In Panama.
Rector of Mexican University
Honored at Dinner
Dr. Luis Oarrldo, Reotor of the
University* of Mexico, who Is a
visitor in Panama, was given a
dinner party at the Union Club
Saturday evening by Dr. and
Mrs. Octavio Mgndez Pareira.
Mr. and Mrs. McGinnU
Going to Waihlnften
E. M. MeOlnnls of Balboa left
by airplane yesterday for Wash-
ington. DC, when ho will spend
several weeks on duty with the
Appropriations Committee of the
House of Representatives. Mrs.
McGlnnU expeots to all Satur-
day on the 88 Anoon to join her
husband in Washington.
Mia* Ayeetek Honors*
at Breakfast
Miss Claud* Aycock, who is
leaving soon lor a year's leave of
absence from the Canal Zone
Khools Division, was given a
sakfast and bridge pariv Sat-
urday morning at Hotel El Pan-
ama by a group of her friends.
Attend Party
in Cristobal
Dr. and Mrs. O. M. Stevenson
of Herrlck Height*. Mr. and Mrs.
Henrv Atherton Starrett of Cu-
rundu and Lt. Colonel and Mrs.
Miguel Burset of Fort Amador
were in Cristobal Saturday night
for a cocktail party which Mr.
and Mrs. Lorlng V. MaoKmale
ggva in celebration of the silver
anniversary of their wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. McKenale are for-
mer residents of Cable Heights.
Week-End Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin H. Johns-
ton of Curundu Heights spent the
past week-end In Colon with her
mother. Mrs. Esther Mlzraehl.
K. and Mn. Arias
4
loots at Dinper
Dr. and Mrs. Roberto Arias gave
a buffet dinner Saturday evening
at their roaldence In Panama as
a farewoll for Mr. and Mrs. F. Al-
bert Baldwin who are leaving Sa-
turday to spend a year at Lexing-
ton, Kentucky.
Mr. and Mn. Sale to Attend
Sob's Graduation
Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Sulc of
Diablo Heights plan to sail dur-
ing the first week of June (or San
Francisco, California, to be pres-
ent at the graduation of their
* Stanford. Jr. University at Palo
Alto. After a few weelu In Cali-
fornia they will motor to East Or-
ange. New Jersey, to visit their
older son and hi wife, Mr. and
Mrs, David Sulc and their chil-
dren. They will return to the
Jsthmus early In October.
Mr. and Mn. Hatler
Entertain Informally
On Saturday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Brack Hatler celebrated his
birthday anniversary with a
cocktail-buffet which they gave
for a group of their friends at
their residence on Golf Heights.
Esther Clrele
Meets Tonight
Esther Circle of the Balboa Un-
ion Church Women's Auxiliary
will meet tonight at 7:30 at the
home of Mrs. Ann Pa La Mater.
786-A Bameby Street, Balboa,
with Mrs. Beulah Newlln as co-
hostess. The program will In-
clude a talk by Mr, Edwin M-
Piper on her experiences in Chi-
na.
Sheriffs, Revenooers Shoot
It Out In Mountains, 4 Die
Return from New York
Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Maduro
and their son, Douglas, returned
to Panama yesterday from New
York. Mr. and Mrs, Maduro have
spent the past several weeks in
New York and their son has been
attending school In Connecticut.
Six Pointers Given
To Find Happiness
BOWLINO GREEN. 0. (UP)
In a speech at Bowling Green
State University. Dr. Ruth Sea-
bury. Boston, listed these six
"pointers for happiness:"
1. "Understand yourselfdon't
inhale praise and compliments.
They drug your mind so that you
can't see yourself. Analyse your-
self and look at your shortcom-
ing* honestly.
3. "Forget yourself you never
really live unless you forget your-
self and take a genuine Interest
in other people.
3. "Fa" in love is based on
a deep companionship that goes
all through life. If you're really to
love, you re spending yourself not
his money.
4. "Find a cause to which you
can give your whole lifeperhaps
social service for children or for
peace. Try to Include your family
in this cause.
5. "Find something creative to
domake a dress or write a po-
em. Put yourself in the heart of
creation. Make your leisure life
full of beauty.
I. "Integrate religion in your
lifecultivate the heart and the
spirit."
Dr. Seebury is educatloi secre-
tary of th* American board of
commissioners of foreign mis-
sions-
Registration of Children
lor Summer Recreation ^
Children who Uve in Fr( Clay-
ton are asked to register Satur-
day at 1 p.m. at the Post Theater
lor the summer recreation pro-
gram .
The Pedro Miguel children who
wish to take part in th* summer
program are to mister Wedn**-
day at 3 p.m. at th* P*dro Miguel
playshed.
Uaallcste Bridie
All bridge players are Invited
to take part In th* weekly dupli-
cate contract brldg* tournament
to be played tonight at :46 at
the Diablo Heights Clubhouse.
US, UK and Canada
Will Standardize
Over 400 Army Hems
WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP)
Britain, Canada and th*
United States have agreel to
standardize more than 400 army
Items, including th* n*w Ame-
rican light tank, d*f*ns* offi-
cials disclosed here.
Other weapons accepted a*
standard include 8-lnch, 7 MM.,
and 240 MM. howltaera. Equip-
ment items Include fuels, lubri-
cants and alMtrlo system volt-
ages.
For security reasons, defense
officials would not dlvulg* th*
types of some of the other wea-
pons, Several ar* In stages of
research or development. But
th* nation* have agreed on the
characteristics and perform-
ances they should have.
The new U. S. light tank, the
Walker Bulldog," weighs M
tons and has a top speed of 40
miles an hour. A gyroscopic
mount and electronic sight
holds its 70 MM gun on the
target while lt goes at high
speed over rough ground- It Is
as easy to drive as an automo-
bile.
Officials said the standardiza-
tion progress so far foreshadows
eventual acceptance of most of
the weapons by the other At-
lantic Pact nations.
Defense officials aid that U-
8. gifts of munitions had ac-
counted for most of th* stard-
ardtzation achieved by the At-
lantic Pact countries so far. But
they pointed out that priority
has b*en given to rearming the
Atlantic Treaty nations with
whatever w**pons have been
available, regardless whether
they are standard.
Standardization is being ap-
proached on a long-range basis
of new weapons, they said. But
even on that basis there have
been two marked failures.
British and U. 8. army offi-
cers could not get together on
an infantry rifle. The British
decided to make their standard
boaz, AJa.. May 31, (UP) A
police visit to the moonshine fast-
nesses of Sand Mountain to pick
UP a two-gun bootlegger resulted
to a battle fatal to three officers
find the man they were after.
A fourth officer lies critically
Wound*d.
Five men. Including three ten-
Mod sons of the bootlegger, were
rounded up in connection with
th* slaughter on the remote
mountain last midnight. They
were taken to another county for
saf* Jailing.
Before he died, one of th* vic-
tim drove the only surviving of-
ficer Into Boaa and gasped out
th* report of the shootings with
his last breath.
Killed were Marshall County
Sheriff E. M. (Zeke) Boylef, about
45, of Guntersvllle; Police Chief
Leonard J. Floyd of Bogs. 33,
Chief Deputy Washington Ben-
nett, 40, and Aubrey Kllpatrlck,
40, a Sand Mountain moonahiner
wanted for asault.
It was Bennett, himself dying
of a throat wound, .who picked up
the urtjonsciou form of Deputy
Sheriff James Lang and brought
him to town. Lang was revived
later at a hospital and he report-
ed "at least two or three men"
opened a broadside on the raiding
party.
Guntersvllle Police Chief W. W.
Porch, who tri*d to piece toge.
ther the facts of the battle, said,
that the party of officers went
Into the mountains to get Kllpa-
trlok after he had refused to
come to town and surrender,
"Wh*n the four officers drov*
up to the place Kllpatrlck, who
Is a known bootlegger, met them
with a gun and ordered them not
to get out of the car," he said.
"As they stepped from the auto-
mobile. Kllpatrlck fired and th*y
returned the fir*.
"Then the outlaws lying In am-
bush started shooting from every
direction," Poroh said.
But Kilpatiiclc's widow, who
was not held, asserted that the
police started the battle.
'One of the officers opened a
side window and shot twice at my
husband," Mrs. Kllpatrlck said.
A hastily organised posse of
Alabama troopers and deputies
who rushed to the scene within
an hour of Bennett's report,
found the fight gone out of the
mountaineers with their leader
dead. __________
rifle a new .31 caliber light-
weight automatic. American of-
ficers ar* keeping the JO calib-
er M-l garand semi-automatic
as the standard Infantry rifle
for the time being. However,
they are continuing efforts to
get the "bugs" out of an experi-
mental lightweight automatic
, also .30 caliber.
U. 8. officers expect all the
other Atlantic Pact countries,
except Britain and possibly Bel-
gium, to go along on .30 caliber
rifles.
They arrested Kilpatrlek's sons
James. IS; Billy, is and Harold,
14and Tom Upton, 39 and Fred
Goble, 34.
Inside th* run-down farm
house they found three shotguns
and a carbine. On the body of
Kllpatrlck, who had been killed
by a shot near the heart, they
found a .44-callber automatic
pistol which had been fired six
times and a .33-callber revolver
that had been fired once.
All five suspects were driven se-
cretly to the Etowah County jail
at Gadsdon, 30 miles southeast.
"We were afraid feeling might
flax* up when the people learn
what happened," explained coro-
ner Howard Hardln. who took
charge of the investigation In the
absence of the slain sheriff and
chief deputy.
"Murder warrants will be sworn
out. but we don't yet know a-
galnst whom," Hardln said.
Kllpatrlck was wanted on an
assault and battery warrant
sworn by David C. Dean of Gads-
4en. Dean said he went to the
lilpatrick farm yesterday to talk
with a tenant, Jim Whltehead.
"Kllpatrlck shot at me without
any provocation," Dean reported.
"He sent a bullet between my legs
and then boat me over the back
of my head with a gun butt. I had
never seen him before in my life."
He added that Kllpatrlck had
been drinking. William White-
head- a son of the tenant, said
that Kllpatrlck shot at him, too.
"Kllpatrlck was a tough char-
acter and had a record for fight-
ing and selling Illegal whisky,"
ooron*r Hardln reported.
Th* mountaineer had five sons
and three daughters and several
sisters also lived with the family
In their ramshackle home.
-Afttantic Society

B 195, t7*'" ^*Ve# 6*'** *.79

DISTINGUISHED VISITORS ENTERTAINED WIT LUNCHEON
Captain Lyle L. Koopke, Commanding; Officer of th* Co*
Solo Naval Station, and the offieen of the Station were hoc
foe a Stag luneheon giren at th* Coco Solo Officer-. Club
* UTh*7inncheon followed the review which opened the Armed
Forces Celebration on the Atlantic Side of the Isthmus. Rank-
ing offieen from all bnnch** of the services were gante *f th*
Naval Offieen.
FOR THE JUNE BRI DE...
SCROLL'S SERVICES
Panama Np. 98 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses, Ingrown To* Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments, Massages,
Slenderising Machines, Turkish Bath*. Male and tmale
operaton. For Information call: 1-22)7 ranama.
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JUST RECEIVED
a Shipment of
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We hv abo JUST RECEIVED
SHIPMENT of '
JLimoges"
French Porcelain Dinnerware
Available in Open Stock
16 Tivoli Avt.
POSITIVELY
i MODESS
MAM FO* OCMtfOBT-W-ACnOM
jofcentme josmimi
Mrs. Rushing Complimented
with Linen Shower
Mrs. Wallace Rushing was the
Suest of honor at a breakfast and
nen shower given by Mrs. Vestal
Morris at her lakeside home, In
Oatun, Saturday morning.
Tropical flowers were used to
decorate th* residence and cen-
tered the breakfast table.
The other guests were: Mrs.
Frank Rowley, Mr*. Herman
Keeeprs. Mrs. Grady Hardlson.
Mrs. Paul Hertgen. Mrs. William
A. Van Stolen. Jr.. Mrs. Paul Haw-
thorne. Mrs. Frank Anderson. Jr.,
Mn. Claude Roddy. Mrs. Merle
Bergeson, Mrs. James Stuart,
Mrs. Lee Karlger. Miss Dora Har-
dy, Miss Lenore Smith Mis El-
sie HalllweU. Miss Ruth Crozler,
Miss Kathryn Brewer, Miss Lou-
ise Zimmerman, Miss Eleanor
Farstveet and Miss Mary Mehl.
Surprise Party
for Mn. Hertgen
The children of the sixth grade
of the Margarita Elementary
School surprised their teacher,
Mrs. Paul Hertgen with a party
Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Hertgen Is transferring to
the Pacific Side. Jimmy Prelss
presented her a figurine as a me-
mento of the group.
A talent show was put on by the
children, after which refresh-
ments were served.
YOU CHANCES OF
CONGUf RING CANCER
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WHQ MS VI (
MI>0*KAI PMtlHAl IXAAMNATIOM
SSI rm NSAITN INHI*ANCS
MS rot eocTOi atMusu
AMERICAN
CANCER SOCIETY-
give to THI CANCI* CIUSADC
ger, Mrs. L. E. oSudcrs Mrs. F.
H. Bonskarap, Mrs. R. J. Ntro,
and Mrs. E. M. Stein, the wives of
Ensigns and Mrs. R. L. Smith and
Mrs.L. J. Unzlcker, the wives of
chiefs.
Attending Sh*wr for
Mn. Rakes
Mrs. James W. Myers enter-
tained yesterday at her home on
Empire St.. Balboa, with a tea
and miscellaneous shower hon-
oring Mrs. Dale Glenn Rakes, l.'ie
former Miss Mary Louise 8cri-
ton.
Mrs. L. H. Scranton. of France
Field and Mrs. John E, Erlkson,
the honoree's aunt, crossed the
Isthmus to attend the party.
Mn. Benthall
Leaving for Texas
Mrs. Lyman Benthal. of Cris-
tobal, is leaving by plan* Wed-
nesday morning for Fort Worth,
Texas. She will attend the grad-
uation of her daughter, Mrs. A.
L. Beay from Texas Christian
University. Mrs. Seay Is majoring
in languages.
Bi-Annual Meeting
Girl Scout Council
The Bl-Annual mastn* of th
Girl Scout Council will be held
at the Cristobal Union Church
Wednesday at a:00 p.m. All regls*-
tered adult Girl Scouts are re-
minded to attend.
Please notify your Neighbor-
hood Chairman so 'hat she may
make reservations by Tuedsy.
Duplicate Bridge Games
Duplicate bndge Is played ev
ery Monday evenlm at Hie m t-
garlta Clubhouse. Any interested
players on the Atlanta Side will
be welcomed by the group.
Last week's winners were: East
and West. Mrs. Henry Hartwig
and Mrs. H. F. Green. Mr. Sidney
Pa-^sallague and Mr. Herbert Del-
Sado; Mr. E. W. Mlihpuueh and
Irs. Fred Schwartz; North and
South, Mr. L, E. Cuttrell and Mr.
Julius Loeb; tied for second
place, Mrs. Garland Orr and Mr.
John Fahnestork and Ml
Jeanne Doble with Mr. Harry
Frlendland; third plaee. Mrs. L.
E. cottrell and Mrs. W. B. Gib-
son.
Catholic Daughters Meeting
The Catholic Daughters of
America. Court Our Ladv of th
Miraculous Medal. No. 174, will
meet this evening *t 7:30 p.m. In
the Parish Hall of the Church.
Thre-Year-OW Celobartes
Captain and Mrs. J. C. Hlpson
arranged a party at their Fort,
Gullck Quarters Friday, for their i prizes,
young son .James, on the ocoaslon
of his third birthday anniversary.
Blue and yellow decorations
were used on the table appoint-
ments and in the decorating of
the birthday cake. Balloons were
given as favors to the young
Those who celebrated with Jim
were his sister Jan, and brothers.
Jf and John, with Christina
Pumpelly, Miriam and Awilda
Mrquez. Gloria and Amella Que-
jada, Hople and Tlmmy Hall.
Louis Lindgren, Joyce and Ruth
Wllkerson. Papo and Tote Vale.
Leigh Davison and Raymond and
Alvin Patricio.
Gala Carnival Dane*
Planiif.it for Saturday
As a social climax to the Colon
Fair, the Colon Unit of the Inter-
American Woman's Club Is plan-
ning a dance at the strangers
Club for Saturday night.
There will be orchestras on
both floors ot the club, gay car-
Fort nival decorations and interesting
New Arrivals at Coco Solo N
The following ladles arrived
duripg the weekend to Join their
husbands who recently arrived
for duty at the Coco Solo Naval
Station. They were: Mrs. A. P.
Anderson, wife of Lt. Command-
er Anderson; Mrs. C O. Robins,
Mrs. L. A. Snead, Mrs. O. W.
Whlttmann and Mrs. A. L. Jan-
sen whose husbands are lleuten-
All Atlantic Side residents arc
Invited to participate in this af-
fair. Quests are requested tq wesr
costumes or formal evening at-
tire.
Buy your dollar ticket from the
I.A.W.C. Building at Mi. and Me-
lendezor at the door.
Prizes will be given for the
Srattiest woman's costume, the
est man's, the funniest woman's
and the funniest man's costumes.
Benefit Card Party
A cr-rd party Is being given at
the Knights of Columbus home
In Margarita Thursday at 7:30
p.m. or the benefit -of charity.
The price of admission Is 79
cents per person and this in-
cludes table and door prizes.
ants (Jgi; Mrs. J. R. Wolfersber- will preside.
Reb*aah Lodge Meeting
Th* Cristobal R*b*kah Lodge.
No. 3, will hold the regular meet-
ing at the Cristobal Masonic
Temple. Tuesday, May 33, at 1:00
p.m.
Mrs. Emma Estes. Noble Grand,
Draft Is Expected
To Catch 200,000
More Students Now
WASHINGTON, May 31. (UP)
Selective Service officials have
disclosed that only about S00.0O0
students 300.000 fewer than ex- |
empted in the past will escape j
military service under the new
scholastic deferment program.
A spokesman for Draft Director
Mal. Gen. Lewis R. Her she v re-
vealed the figures as thousand
of college men flocked to local
draft boards to apply for the new
deferment test. The first exam-
ination will b held Saturday,
Three others will be held during
June and July.
The spokesman said. "Most
persons especially critlqa of
the program don't realize that
the new plan Is designed to re-
duce the number of m'i rfcelv-
lng student deferments."
Officials figure there are abouu
1.000,000 draft-liable men In coT-
lege. Thus, they apparently plan
to defer about half of these and
call up the -others.
Under the program, student
who make a high score on th
scholastic deferment test usual- |
ly 70 will be 'granted occupa-
tional deferments, college men
who stand at or near the top of
their classes also will be deferred.
Now that all large makers
are following
FORDS V-8 lead...
... now that other leading car makers
ore offering V-I's in their
top lines, it's a good time to
summarize FORD'S many V-8
advantages
2. Only Ford con offtr a V-8 in all its linas.
3. Only Ford has had 19 yaW txpsrisne*) bgllding
so many V-8's.
4. It was Ford that first provtd th tconomy
of a V-8.
5. Ford, Mercury, and Lincohi V-8 nginos havs
proven thmslves by winning top honors in
th 19S1 Mobilgas Economy Run.
FORD MERCURY LINCOL


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Hit. 47 "H" Sirrei Panama
No ii.r. Central Ava. Colo
ft.
FOR SALE
Household
IFOR SALE:Refrigerator Kelvinator.
60 cycle, in perfect condition.
452 Lo Carrasquilla.
FOR SALE:3 metal beds, single,
fi. with mcrttrtss $10.00 each; 2 Ven
Blinds 36" x 60" S5.00 each.;
Mtol ad table $1.50; Oak bu-
reau, $8.00; Oak buffet SI2.00;
Woed desk $7.50; Set Shelves,
$1.00; Maytag Elec Ironer. 25
cvclt $60.00; Everett Spinet pia-
no $450.00. House 168-A, 6th
St.. New Cristobal, Evancoe.
FOR SALE: Save S90.00 on the
price of 25 cycle. 9 cu. ft. West-
inghouse refrigerator, only six
months old, full widih freezer
Chtt. 2-2509 during day or 541-
A. Cocoli.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:Packard two door se-
dan white wall tire, seat covers
in extremely good condition with
7,300 miles for B.2,000.00. Terms.
Call to Cio. General de Seguios,
S. A, from 8:00 a. m. to 1 ;00 p.
m. 2-2040.
MISCELLANEOUS
De you have drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymoui
Box 2031 Aneen. C. Z.
RESORTS
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket 88"
black Oldsmobile, Oe Luxe 2-door
sedan, Hydramatic Drive, radio,
WSW. directional lights, seot-
covers. chrome shades, under-
coated, fender panels. Excellent
condition. Price $2,050.00. 5524-
C, Haines St.. Diablo Hots., Tel.
2-3289.
FOR SALE: Baby stroller $5.00,
rocking horses $2.00, several 5.50
x 15 tirei, $3 to S6. tubes $.1.00,
miscellaneous dishes ond glasses,
child's wheeled toys cheap, metal
bad frome 3'4 size, 1 porch shode
6 'eet wide, 2 shades 7 feet wide.
House 741 -A Enterprise Ploce.
Balboa J-1584.
FOR SALE1941 Studeboker Sedan.
House 5754-A Sibert St., Diablo
Hgts. Phone 2-3202._________
| FOR SAL:Refrijerotor. 9 cu. ft.,
W$stinghouse; automatic Bendix
washing mochn*, both 25 cycle,
tables, lamps, baby crib. House
5611-D, Dioblo Hgts.
LESSONS
fleam poise, grace, bolonce and self
' confidence in ballroom dancing.
"Leave name, oddress, phone ot
..desk Balboa YMCA or Box 106.
Ba]bo. Harnett & Dunn.
Reds May Attempt
Linking Catholics
With Moscow Faith
ROME, May 21 lUP
I Catholic sources predicted lo-
c'ay that East European Com-
1i lunist countries will soon al-
[tprnpt to create Orthodox
Cr.utches of Latin rite Depen-
dent on the Patriarch of
Moscow as a means of eliminat-
1 iitrttie Roman Catholic church
Tty said this program v. .is
devised because of failure of c'-
I lorts to set up independent i..'.-
ItintlJ churches to replace trie
[Catholic churches.Theyprechct-
led the plan would first be trl Lout..'in Czechoslovakia, and If
|i.uccesful applied in Poland,
(Hungary, East Germany ar.d
; ether Communist satellites.
FOR SALE:Pockord 4 Door Sedan
1942 model. radio heater, fog
lights, elec. windshield wipers, good
tires. Phone 3-2561.
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. Cuty Paid.
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury, black,
WSW with radio, 7.500 miles.
$1,900. Phone 828 3308.
FOR SALE:1948 Studeboker Com-
mander, four door sedan, with
radio end extra tires. Con be fin-
onced. Coll 82-2194 or house
566-B, Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
Sealed bids will be received until
June I, 1951, for Underwood ond
Royal typewriters. Bid forms ovoil-
ob.e at office of Superintendent
ot Storehouses, Balboa, telephone
2-2777, and a. Cristobal Store-
house, telephone 3-1265.
The Panamo Canol invites proposals
for furnishing 20,000 BMFT Ce
dor lumber, under sealed bids
opening 10:30 A. M., June 5,
1951. Invitation No. 394 avail-
able at office of Superintendent
of Storehouses, Balboa, telephone
2-2777.
Gromlich's Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Villioms Santa Clara Beoch Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. RocWgas ranges. Phone Btl-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Clora
Box number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Ponomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RENT
Ho
uses
FOR SALEGirl's bicycle 26"
2-1067.
Phone
FOR SALE: 1947 International 1
\i ton Panel Delivery Truck in
good condition. Contact Braniff
Airways, Tivoli Avenue No. 18,
or call Panama 2-2102 during
office hours.
FOR SALE: H,liman Convertible!,
the smartort car in the country,
in itock.
Afnelas Lumina, S. A.
232 Central Ave. Tel. 3-1033 &
3-1034
FOR SALE:For the man who ap-
preciates a truly fine cor, 1949
Buick Dynoflow Roodmaster Sedan-
ette with Radio and Air System.
Less than 9,000 actual miles,
maintained in perfect condition.
This car delivers in New York for
$3.265.00. Avoiloble here for $2.-
100.00. Telephone Ponama 2-
0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684 even-
ings, Sturgill.
British Women Want
Equal Pay With Men
LONDON. May 21 (UPl
[ Woman trade unionists caf d
today for a one-day strike by
t. omen to force equal pay for
equal, work and end what u-.e
delegate called "a stinking si-
tuation."
The conference passed unani-
mously a resolution pressing
lor speedy carrying out the
equal pay principle.
"Women are sick and tired of
passing pious resolutions lin.e
after time and getting no-
where." said Mis A. T. Bone of
the Island Revenue Staff 7e-
I deration.
"We are always told the time
Is not ripe The time is now sn
overripe as to be absolutely
linking."
George Price Burial
Set For Tomorrow
Final arrangements for the
funeral services oi the late
George F. Price, who died last
Friday at Gorgas Hospital, have
bjetf changed and services will
boTHEld at 11:00 a. m. tomorrow
Si La Boca Christian Mission
Cltfroh. Interment will take
pafbfc'.at the Coro/al Cementery
Ifffee is the father of George
"8M>y" Price, well-known Co-
ldSfcOrganist anrj pianist.
FOR SALEFord Tudor Sedan 1946.
Very reasonable. 5627-D. Hecker
Place. Diablo, after 4:30 p. m:
USED PONTIACS
Selection of 1941 and 1949 PON-
TIAC Used Cars in excellent condi-
tion. Trada-ini accepted and finance
available. Sea your Pontiac dealer,
CIVA, S. A.
16 J. F. da la Osta Ava. Panama
FOR SALE: Borgain, 1941 Ford
Coupe, excellent motor, new paint,
$250. Tenth Street 8068, oport-
ment 8. Colon.
FOR SALE:3-4 H. P. boll bear-
ing 25 cycle motor, $40. Modern-
istic chest of drowers $15. Baby
playpen with pad $10. Drill press
ball beoring $|5.00. Cristobol 3-
1424.
FOR SALE:Singer sewing foot ma-
chine, typewriter, gas stove, youth
bed, stroller, baby crib. Phone 916
Colon.
LOST & FOUND
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
.. lawn and garden Three bedrooms
..with twe bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breokfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla ond Ponama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
St.
:OR RENT: Completely furnish-
ed concrete house. Chalet 2 bed-
rooms. Road facing Poitilla Air-
field No. 109, coll 3-0553.
FOR RENT:In Chilibre. two Storyr
house with good fruit trees, 7,000
meters ot lond. Inquire 99 Via
Porras.
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
fr NEVA/MAR table, sink
or bar tops, CORALITE
wall board and NATC0R
store fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-1146
DID YOU FIND IT?
If not, you did not try us. We carry
the largad and most complata lina
at MOTOROLA Custom Built car
radios, radio parta and tubas. Wa
also carry a choice assortmarrt ot
automobile accessories. Don't waste
precious time shopping. Wa have
undar one roof what you are looking
for.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
Home of Motorola Radios
Ave. Jos Francisco de la Ossa 38.
FOR RENT
Apartments
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Ford or Mercury model
1941 or 1942. Preferably sedon.
Call Panama 2-1 107.
PERSONALS
BOB. I'll be o little bit late to-night
so I'll meet you ot the Club El
Oasis. I know you'll be O. K.
there. The 10 minute drive from
Colon on the Trans-Isthmian High-
way will do you good. The drinks
are reasonable so toke it easy on
them. Helen.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnisheo-unfurnished apart-
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St., New Cristobol. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:- Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Furnished or unfur-
nished apartment. 45th St. No.
34.
FOR RENT Completely furnished,
attractive,i cool, well located, 2
bedroom apartment. Coll Panama
2-2102 office hours.
FOR RENT:two apartments. One
bed room. Eoch furnished. Good
location, bus stop, screened. To
responsible couple American home.
82 Belisario Porros Road.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1947. 4
new six ply tires. 25,000 miles,
$900.00. Cristobol. Phone 3-1424.
FOR SALE: 1942 Mercury Club
Coupe. Very good condition. S450.
00. 2006-A. 1st Street, Curundu.
FOR SALE1948 Buick'Super Se-
don, radio, duty paid Phone Bal-
boa 2984. House 760-C. Borne-
bey Street.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Model 64 Cushmon
Scooter. A. I condition. $175.00.
Telephone 2-2121 Ponomi.
JREFRIGERATORS
C FOR 75 cts.
In spite of the present short-
ages and the rising prices, we
are still offering
. ADMIRAL
Tefrlgerators for as low as
75 cts. a DAY*
And you take home your box
right away1
It will not hurt you to drop In
and Inquire...
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223
I*Bext to Encanto Theatre.
*AJf* available in Club flan.
Whether it be the exterior
or the interior of your house
you'll find the right paint
here. We offer you a host
of colors by famous
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
at lowest prices.
See us for free estimates.
83 North Ave. Tel. MM
No. 3 Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424
Psychiatrist Says
British Populace
Obsessed By Sex
HARROWGATE. England. Mav
21 i UP i. A noted psychiatrist
described Britain today as an
emotionally immature nation ob-
sessed bv sex.
Dr. Alfred Torrle, Britain's
war-time chief of army psy-
chiatry, put the blame on men.
The reason Is that we are
still a patriarchal nation, a
male-dominated society," he told
a Marriage Guidance Council.
"Woman is the slave, the helot,
the chattel, and until a few years
ago the law said that. It is im-
portant that the father and the
mother should have equality in
sharing privileges."
He said the chief cause of ma-
rital disharmony was 'emotional
immaturity and not sexual dif-
ferences" and that much stress
had been placed on psychological
problems ascribed to sex frustra-
tion.
"In fact, as a nation perhaps
we have become obsessed with
sex," he added.
Gamboa Bridge
Four-Hour Closing
Set For Wednesday
The Gamboa Bridge wlii be
closed for four hours starting a a
am. Wednesday, according to
Li formation from the Municipal
Division.
The brlgde Is being closed to
permit the installation of an
experimental section of.asphU-
tit bridge plank.
Fire equipment, ambulances
ci vehicles of this nature, could
proceed over the work if neces-
sary m case an emergency.
CLUBS
from $1.00
LA POSTAL
68 Ave. Central
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished apart-
ment, porch, parlor-diningroom,
kitchen, sanitary conveniences,
bedroom. All screened. Tiled. $50.
00. Apply 112 Via Belisario Porras
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment
for four months. Inquire house No.
54, opartment 6 Vio Espaa.
FOR RENT:To responsible person,
furnished one bedroom opartment,
living-dining room, bathroom,
kitchen, refrigerator, telepohne.
"New Tivoli" Building, No. 14
Rochet street, apartment 3-B, be-
tween Estudiante and Tivoli Ave-
nue. Reasonably priced. Con be
seen 3 to 6.
FOR RENT: Furnished aportment,
2011 Melendez Ave. Apply Balin
6029, Balboa Ave. Colon. Phone
475-J or 517-J offer 6:30 p. m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT;Furnished room, Ame-
rican home, near Ancon, bus-stop,
to Americon womon. References
required. Telephone Ponama 2-
3067.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, cleart
cool room. Meals if desired, aport-
ment 3, Bella Viata. 46th Street
No. 18-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
gas and refrigerator. 4th of July
Ave No. 7.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, single
mon. American preferred. No. 99
Belisario Porras, San Francisco.
Southwest States
Tally Storrrt Toll
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 21
'UPi. Property damage run-
ning into millibns of dollars was
counted over the weekend as a
series of tornadoes, thunder-
storms and floods which caused
nine deaths slackened in the
southwest.
Clearing weather and receding
flood waters indicated the end
of the storm cycle. Some 2.500
families made homeless by ram-
paging rivers and creeks were re-
turning slowly to their mud-
stained dwellings or flood-scour-
ed lands.
Flood damage in Wichita. Kan.,
was estimated at more than $2,-
000,000.
In Olney. Tex., where a tor-
nado cut a three-block path
through the town Friday, dam-
age was estimated at from $500,-
"00 to $1.500,000. The twister took
two lives.
Mr. & Mr$. Canal Zone:
fur CUSHIONS. SUP-COVERS and
Rr.-UPHOLSTEKING call oa or vtall
oar thow-room Cuttom built furni-
ture oar speciality. See our Deco-
rator's Fabrics. Free Estimates. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. Here) J.
F. de la 0*a No. 77 (Auto. Row)
Naw Telephone 3-4628.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model II1F Synchronized
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plaaa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER
ELECTR0LUX CLEANERS
DIRECT
(For Duration of the
Emergency)
Orders will be taken only
until MAY 24th. We'll
continue the service.
Price Remains at $85.00
to Canal Zone
Time Payments Available.
CRAWFORD
AGENCIES
No. 18 "J" Street
Tels. 2-2386 2-3265
GIf In Korea Learn
'Laundrymen' Have
Good Intelligence
WITH U.S. 2ND DIVISION,
Korea. May 21 (UP). A colonel
who led his regiment out of a
trap on the Korean breakthrough
front said today the Chinese had
detailed maps of 2nd Division
positions and special orders to
destroy the division.
Col. John O. Couglin said:
"Early today we captured a
Chinaman with a complete map
overlay of the division positions
as of the time the Red attack
started."
"The overlay was complete in
every detail. Those laundrymen
had good Intelligence."
Pancanal Review
Sales Shortened
The current Issue of The Pa-
nama Canal Review will be
taken off sale at the various
Clubhouses and Commissaries at
the close of business tomorrow,
it was announced at Balboa
Heights.,
In the past the Canal's paper
has been on sale for a full
three weeks after publication
date. The Review Is to be pu-
blished monthly beginning with
the next Issue after which the
time for general sales will be
further shortened, it was an-
nounced.
Back copies of the publication
are for sale at ten cents a copy
at the office of the Vault Clerk
in the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights after the'
papers are taken oif general
sale. I
14 Nations Bolster GIs Food
Feud With US Mess Sergeants
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29h
WASHINGTON, May 21 Un-
cle Sam's mess sergeants, hard-
boiled as their own breakfast
eggs, are having their cooking
habits somewhat scrambled in
Korea. '
With battalions of fighting
men from all the corners of the
world mustered beneath the
U.N.'a blue-and-white banner,
notes the National Geographic
Society, many an odd dish is re-
ported cropping up on the mili-
tary menus. U.S. Army rations
are standard fare for most of the
U.N. troops. But there are varia-
tions.
Disdaining G.I. coffee. British
Tommies brew Chinese tea for
breakfast, lunch, mid-afternoon
"spot," arid dinner.
Mustachioed Turks and swar-
thy Greeks bake thin, hard loaves
of bread with olive oil and no
leavening,
Thallanders splash whole bot-
tles o Louisiana tabasco hot
sauce on the rice and beans (U.S.
Army, dried) and then call for
the pepper.
Wounded Americans on the
hospital ship "Jutlandia
underground in a great Jug. When
feast time arrives, it is dug up.
Investigating this "delicacy." a
Marine officer filed a complete
report. One copy went to his di-
vision's food officer. Another was
sent to the.Dlvlslon of Graves Re-
gistration .
Many another strange dish Is
remembered longingly by milita-
ry men far from home.
The French, horrified at the
culinary. accomplish m e n t s of
American field kitchens, have
become expert at living off the
land, but it Is a long way back to
crepes suzette or the couscous of
North Africa.
If they could get it. the Greeks
would make a feast of squid or
dried octopus.
Mrs. Ida Merril
Dies At Gorgas;
Funeral Wednesday
Mrs. Ida L. Merrill. 58. the wife
of Lt. John W. Merrill, (USA
Ret.) died this morning at Gor-
teach gas Hospital after a long illness.
Danish chefs how to broil cheese- ; She had been hospitalized since
burgers and mix Ice cream for, last November.
Danish pastry a la mode. Mrs. Merrill was born In Ca-
Korea's international army is nada. 8he made her home in Cu-
composed this spring of men rundu. with her daughter and
from at least 14 nations in addi- son in law. Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
tlon to the United States. Eng- neth Marcy. Mr. Marcy is a
land, France. Australia, Canada,! civilian employe of the Army.
New Zealand, Belgium, the Ne- Besides Mrs. Marcy. Mrs. Mer-
therlands. Luxembourg, Greece, rill Is survived by another daugh-
Turkey. Thailand, Colo m b 1 a, ter, Mrs. Clinton D. B. Smith, of
South Africa and the Philippine Dayton. Ohio, and one grand-
Republic have sent troops.
Great Britain's brigades include
kilted Scotsmen. Puerto Rlcans
are numbered among U.S. sol-
diers.
India, Denmark and Sweden
have sent medical units.
En route from Ethiopia are 1,-
100 crack Infantrymen trom Em-
peror Halle Selassie's Imperial
bodyguard.
A company of Cubans is in
training for Korea.
The Army tries its best to sup-
ply foods which will not clash
with national eating habits or re-
ligious principles. Unless battle
pressure makes It Impossible,
pork-free meats are supplied to
Moslem troops, who would be
horrified at the gusto with which
Filipinos eat young barbecued
pigs whenever they can catch
them.
Quartermasters scratched their
heads over a large olive order,
until they learned lt was request-
ed for Greek mountain fighters.
Not many of the United Na-
tions troops would touch the fa-
vorite dish of. the South Korean
people kimchl.
Dubbed bv Marines the closest
thing on earth to klckapoo joy
Juice, this gastronomic TNT is
made of Chinese cabbage and
fish, salted down with hot red
peppers, great quantities of gar-
lic, sea cucumbers, ginger roots,
onions and sesame seeds.
For Korean weddings in years
of peace, kimchl is prepared a
daughter, Toni Sue Marcy, of
Curundu. ,
Funeral services will be at St.
Luke's Cathedral at 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Afterward the body
will be cremated and held for
placement in the St. Luke's col-
umbarium.
Field water-lilies are a mouth-
watering memory for troopers
from Capetown.
Belgian privates think of Hoc-
hepot, which literally is a hodge-
podge of beef, mutton, veal, pigs'
feet, pigs' ears, pigs' tails and
vegetables.
For the fierce, bayonet-wield-
ing warriors from Istanbul, were
they at home again, banquet far
would m?an slskebabs grea
chunks of skewered meat fol-
lowed by a dessert conserve made
with rose petals.
Slam's sons are accustomed to
a rice sauce made with grass-
hoppers. Betel nuts, for turning
the teeth fashionably black, are
the chewing gum of the Thai
troops.
For the Colombians, nothing la
beter than thick barley soup fol-
lowed by red-hot tamales.
The Danes on their hospital
ship, meanwhile, make a thick
soup of beer and dark rye bread,
and dream of roast reindeer from
Iceland.
Britain Prtesis
Red China Arrest
Of Allied Citizens
LONDON, May 19 (UP) Bri-
tain has protested to Communist
China against China's holding
United States. British, Canadian
and Australian citizens without
trial.
The British charge d'affaires
at Peiping asked April 30 for
early hearings of charges against
the Internees including about 35
Americans, six Canadians, four
Britons and three Australians.
A British announcement said:
"In almost every case the Chin-
ese authorities have hitherto
given no explanation of the ar-
rests, and no information about
the welfare and whereabouts of
the nersons arrested.
"No access has been allowed to
His Majesty's consuls nor to legal
advisors, nor "had communica-
tion normallv been allowed to
friends outside."
A Washington report says the
Chinese have not answered the
year ahead of time and buried British protest.
Caribbean Girls'
Slate Stall Named
Plans are now complete for
the 1851 Seccin of Caribbean
Girls' State which will be held;
June 8 to 14 at Fort' Sherman,,
under the auspices of the Ame-,
rlcan Legion Auxiliary, Depart-!
ment of Panama Canal Zone, i
Mrs. Lois Magner, Director, i
will be assisted by Mrs. Kayi
Fisher, as Educational Director1
and the following Staff mem-i
bers: Mrs. Dorothy Corbett, Ac-
ministrative Assistant assisted'
by Mrs. Dorothy Loehr; Mrs.
Patsy Ryan, Assistant to the'
Educational Director; Mrs. Louise
Ralney, Recreational Director
with Mrs. Clee Barr as her as-
sistant; Mrs. Ruth Daniels,
Transportation Director; Mrs.
Vera Simonson, Medical Direct-
or, Mrs. Lydla Nadeau, Official
Hostess assisted by Mrs. Betty,
Crawford; Mrs. Clara Youart,1
House Mother; Miss Jean Dough,
Publicity Director and Editor
of the Dally Bulletin, with Miss'
Sonya Morley as her assistant.
Senior Counselors will be Mrs.1
W. Galusha, Mrs. Vera Simon-
son, Mrs. H. Bunty and Mrs.
Irene' Carle. Four members of,
the 1950 Girls' Slate will act as,
Junior Counselors this year..
They are: Miss Patt Walker,,
Miss Marge Wiley. Miss Helen |
Kissam and Miss Juanita Meek*, j
Miss Annette Godby, Governefi
of last year's Girls' State will
assist wit/ the program.
The following organization-'
and individuals have been added i
to the "'^rtVloua list those'
sponsoring girls*
Canal Zone Police Association;
Balboa Emblem Club No. 49;',
Elbert S. Waid Post $2, The;
American Legion; Daughters of
the United States Army, Panama
Canal Chapter; Canal Zone
College Club and Mrs. Ruth
Daniels. (
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Labor iNews
And
Comment
By Victor Riesel
MEMOS TO THE EDITORS
Tht Sunday N. T. Timss front-paged a story by Robert Plumb
tltltd: "Curbs en Medical Research In Fund Grant. Irk Scientists."
Tas rtlcle is s report ea questionnaire* sent to medical school
asaas. They are reported as being "agin" rssearch grants from
csncer mad other disease groups unless thsy receive ablank check
to spend the money orcr a 3 to 3-year period for any kind of med-
ical research without annual accountability as to expenditures.
Answer: The Kunyon Committee receives voluntary contribu-
tions to seek the cause and cure of cancer from Mr. and Mrs.
1'nlted States.. .As treasurer of the fund I am obligated te Insure
these contributions are used only for cancer research and not
for the general support of medical schools and patient care...
Par three /ears Federal aid to Medical School (senate Bill 9-317)
has seen delayed by controversy between the points of view of
the government, the medical deans and the American Medical
Asi'a.
Cancer cannot wait.. Runyon funds go te any cancer re-
search worker who can establish his scientific capacityeven to
Russiaif Russia will drop the Iron Curtain in the light against
Cancer.....Bat No Blank Checks, dearie.
From the front pages: "At 3:10 Monday. May 14 on the 3rd
floor of Presbyterian Hospital (Medical Center), the Howard V.
Long X-ray Therapy Rotation Unit was dedicated. This new
machine, which U used in conjunction with a 260,000 volt X-ray
therapy unit, rotates patients with deep seated tumors In such
a way as to concentrate a killing dose of X-ray energy on the
tumor while causing minimum 111 effect upon the non-tumorous
tissues and skin. The Runyon Fund supplied the money to con-
struct the unit."
The Dade County (Fia.) Cancer Group will officially open
July I.. .Same of the most distinguished researchers In the world
will staff it...In its chemistry dep't will be one of the co-dis-
eeversrs of aureomycln.. .Medical circles expect one of the world's
great research centers will develop in Fla.. This project got a big
ash (a few years ago) by a $75,o00 grant from The Runyon Fund
the Univ. of Miami.
Dr. Eugene E. Clifton of Yale Univ. School of Medicine has
submitted a paper which ths American Journal of Physiology has
accepted for publication. The title: "The Control of Proteolytlc
Activity In Seoum: Effect of Boy Bean Inhibitor In Vivo in the
Mouse/'
Dr. Clifton's Olrl Friday momos :"The work in preparation
for this paper was made possible by the Runyon Fund grant."
A discovery, second only to uranium In Importance, has been
mads In Jamaica (West Indies)...It Is bauxite, the ore from
which aluminum is made...Discovered on the property of Sir
Alfred d'Acosta. who lust slimed a 300-year lease with R. r.
Reynolds (chairman of the board of Reynolds Metal & Aluminum
Co. 1 lor the mining of the newly found ore...Jamaica holds the
largest deposit of bauxite In the worldand because of the find-
ing the feudal agricultural economy will change to a modern
industrial economy and become the richest little Island on the
flobe.
A Washington newspaper carried a denial about Gen. Mac-
Afthar*s portrait being taken down at West Point.. The iup't at
the Point, we assume, didn't put it back* after publication here
.....Readers, however, mailed us clips revealing that Mac's portrait
Z" '"dSenly removed from the walls of Headquarters Building at
Fort Caster, outside of Battle Creek. Michigan.
This Is for ths Record: After Defense Sec'v James Forrcstal'a
suicide, some-editorial pages (and fly-by-nlght magazine editorv
hysterically raged that Journalistic and radio criticism caused
Fprrestal to lose his Job as Sec'y of Defenseand that It drove
hlni to take his life.
People Today, the minlature-sised magatlne (now on the
stands), has the stale facts...Journalistic criticism did not force
Fonestal to resign his Sec'v of Defense Job...People Today mag
reports that Truman fired Forrestal because Forrestal neelected
to aid Truman's election campaign. Period.
What People Today says Is not new. and so It Isn't news to
this desk, that Is...Truman fired Forrestal for many personal
reasonsthe chief one beina that Louis Johnson who Inherited
Forrestal's important Job) did more than anybody to get Truman
'ected- Johnson put up $200,000 of his own money (and raised
a million) when everyone else said Truman couldn't win,
There was a kidnaping In Miami recently. Wife of a smell-
.! r^Mw, *** Ransom SO.fM. Chief suspect is The
Other Woman In husband's life. Nobody wants to talk about That
~ZH *t2!t" Et** lne '^m money Is marked. Serial
fK.^.i!tt>ng...Perhaps the banks havs
toos seria is, bat no hotel cashiers or shops (we patronised) have
So If the snatchm can read Broadwaythis Is to teU them:
"That money IS safe td endspay!" ..' "
.u L*,t w,*.ek 9e2- Oeorge Marshall (Defense chief) warned us
JvHJh? ?.uldi.n?t lKht war yet (maybe 1953)- and that Ru'S'a
mlgh. attack Europe (and us) at any time. etc...For glvlnir the
3 w*!?lnw Iew VeBr* *0. Marshall publicly misled vou ov
???.' L50P*.. lne, radk) commentate will not needlessly
nrcSvTn&r:0enerfcl- "^ ln e S'"v CornM
.^*%^JMitn\t*:tt^^f^yum the Cincinnati En-
te fwfp^i'%.** ,00k.\* "y Winchell runs a very poor second
to Garretson folumn.John 5. Whittle, Covington, Ky "
aael l hii'SlU*'^?/ ** Man said it to us (a few seasons
muVh, aft R,n,y C" -Stated the Boss: "We don't think very
SV^h. iLOT ?"? 0Hr **y. ** we it hd survey taken
. ln.th* b,u,,,ieM 0n w^ readers buy our paper Sad to
sute, your column led the field with 7%."
sore
?PR "if Mme PW,,: "Editor: I don't think Winchell Is
at the Enquirer. He Just doesn't like Cincinnati. 1 also wrote
2U\ 0^h'imFtAm-ertc*.n Clty'-B- Hunter. Cincinnati. O
Now sing this to Gordon Jenkins' "MAnhnHon tv-~... 'H
"Manhattan Towers": bln-
fs^Mniif aM81^?1? pl-*ce 5 lS* a pretty food b*11 tearn but it
S iPh.Ac.f' It 5?s?*S?t2r Taft .*n toodness knows what-
b^" S8?.1 "v Storlt CIuD' or Llndv 8 chopped chlcken-llw
TPSL,AT^at,..w?v.New T?wrk'" mv Home Sweet Home! (And why
I spend at least six months In Florida). y
There was a young fallow named Boris
Who tried to buy floors from a Florist
His wife chlorls got wise
'Read Panam American Classlfledai
And now Boris sends roses to Chiorisi
Red la the Good Earth not
with the politics 01 its new
'masters but with the blood of
Its old labor leaders, ror the
new "peoples" regime rewarded
the Cnlnese unions' llgni for
bread with lead In the back
of the necks of at least 1,000
union officials.
Although the bamboo curtain
has become an Iron shroud it
is still possible for courageous
men to smuggle honsst news
out of Soviet China. And from
the "special correspondent" of
the AkL's truly great and cru-
sading Free Traae Union Com-
mittee comes the list of leaders,
even the little leaders 01 small
unions, who have been sum-
marily shot In the market
places as recently as Apr. 12.
Thl* secret comtpondent
reveals that it it not only
the "upper-clots Chinese"
who art being blood purged,
at tome "Cninttt experts"
rtport in Hong Kong. Tht
laoor movement it being
deliberately shot to death
and more than 10,000
union Officials, are in spe-
cial camps today awaiting
the back-of-the-neck-bullei.
This it learned from an-
other source, the good Chu
Ling-thin, chairman of the
Free China Labor League
on Formota, and friend of
tht AFL.
To American labor leaders,
their man on the Chinese main-
land wrote recently;
Here is a rather Incomplete
list of Chinese Labor leaders
who have been shot or arrested
by the Communist dictators. It
is Impossible to get a complete
list as all such Information has
to be secured through under-
ground channels and at very
great risk to those making In-
quiries. At the present time, we
have a definite record of 51..
formerly members of Chinese
trade unions who have been
shot. Among them were the
following.. with the date of
their deaths."
The entire list can't be print-
ed here, although those who
want It can have It for the ask-
ing. Ironically, among the vic-
tims was Fef Poh-yuen, chair-
man deader) of the Shanghai
Electrical Workers, shot on Jan.
IS and yet the pro-Commie
electrical workers leaders here
have the freedom even to urge
a global Soviet victory generally
and triumph in tne Orient spe-
cifically.
There were among the |
dead, 'Arry Bridges might
like to know as he organise!
for left wing strikes this
summer, the kindly Hang
Kwang-cheng, Ho Chiao-chi
and Tan Wen, leaders of
the Canton Longthoremen't
Union. Weep for them, 'Ar-
ry. They were killed by the
Red government because
they fought for the rights
of longthoremen like those
you lead. But you won't
weep; you'll grin.
And so, between Jan. 3 and
April 12 of this year, leaders of
the mechanics union, oil work-
ers, transport workers (atten-
tion, Mike Quill, the CIO Trans-
port Workers chief, who ap-
parently bellevea Gtn. Chiang
Kai-shek was a greater evlb,
textile workers, restaurant
workers, and seamen's unions
were taken out and shot In the
neck.
It Is as the exiled anti-Com-
munist Chinese labor leader,
Lu Chlng-shln, said over the
transcontinental radio out of
Formosa the other day:
"I could give you more names
if time allowed. The number of
labor leaders arrested by the
Communists Is about 10 times
those shot in cold blood..Over
1,000 labor leaders have been
killed. I have full details in my
hands.."
Meanwhile, the AFL contact
man reports he is "at present
in touch with friends and re-
latives of over 100 workers and
labor leaders under arrest... It
Is most probable that these will
also be put to death at the ap-
propriate moment."
Why did they not escape
earlier? Tht answer probably
lies in the AFL's report that
it is now almost impossible
to leave Chinese territory.
First, an exit permit is re-
quired. The traveler must
give hit tpeclflc reasons for
departure. And he mutt turn
in at leatt two guarantors,
along with the very date he
plans to return, it he's not
back, on timo, the secret
polete arrett and finally
exeeute the guarantors.
And this dynasty of death
;s other ways to degrade the
- nlnese labor movement. It has
. ..ually ordered those union
. .iWs who are willing to replace
] .he dead to run union rallies
protesting ths workers "high"
..ages. There are orgies of grov-
eling and the almost unbeliev-
able passing of resolutions at
'union" meetings, urging their
employers to slash wages. Since
the Communist regime actually
owns the plants, this cuts down
the "peoples" government pro-
duction costs. Most recently
please-cut-my wages" rallies
.were run by the textile and coal
diggers unions.
Our own John Lewis and the
I CIO Textile's Bmll Rleve may
'feud bitterly here but on One
thins they, and all free union-
ists, would agree. They'd take
t
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^e WASHINGTQK
MERRY-GO- ndm
*t 1W riARSON
Rollback
By BOB RUARK
on meat prices,
effect yesterday,
NEW YORK, The curb
which technically went into
seems to be the full and final flower on Wash-
ington Jabberwocky, in which arms are waved,
double-talk is spoken, and nqthlng very ef-
fective happens.
It Is nearly Impossible for the mind of man
to grasp the fruits of this new stroke of bril-
liance. I make It out roughly as follows, with
considerable liability for error.
Whole prices got troten the week before last.
Retail prices are frosen as of yesterday. Some
retailers had their prices congealed at higher
lates than others. At the moment, the con-
sumer gets no help from the freeze. He Just
keeps on paying his usual pound of planltum
for his pound of meat. Now, then, children, a
roll back Is due on Aug. 1, which might save
us a nickel a pound or so, and another Is slated
for Oct. 1.
If big upercase if IF Congress doesn't ex-
tend its Defense Production Act beyond June
30, leaving the Office of Price Stabilization
that's a loke. son free to clamp down on
meat, madame housewife will never see a roll
back. And there Is plenty pressure on Congress
to lunk meat control.
Cattle p.rowers are already In open rebellion.
They claim they pay about 48 cents a pound
to deliver a marketable steer on the hoof, and
the roll back will foroe them to produce beef at
a'costlier figure than they receive per pound
under the celling.
I am told that the seasoned spivs of the
meat black market are already squeezing Into
the picture, that many legitimate packers are
unable to accomodate a normal demand be-
cause beef already Is being forced into illegal
channels. There Is no easier commodity to per-
vert, as you will remember from the all-out
control days of the recent war. The few res-
taurants that were able to offer decent steaks
were Playing cute little games with their ra-
tion allotments.
And getting the stuff from the stores, for
home consumption, dwelt largely In the hol-
low-laugh category.
The beef people are as sore as a boll. In face
of what they believe U unfairness by the gov-
ernment, and faced with financial loss If they
stay honest, they are not apt to cooperate for
the public good. In the hit-or-mlss control
system of Mr. Truman's tame witch doctors,
the government now attempts to control beef,
a single commodity, with out controlling the
commodity costs, which goes into the produc-
tion of beef.
A nlno-vear-old moron could tell you by now
that It Is impossible to control a part of any-
thing. You can't keep the meat Industry hon-
est, from a consumer standpoint, if you don't
control the prices of raw material, such as
feed, and the labor that grows the controlled*
price steer People lust ain't that noble.
I fator the Idea of rolling back the orice on
everything we buy today, including the raw
materials that go Into preparation for war.
The hard goods of preparedness, such as guns
and planes and ships, are already 100-plus per-
cent above the cost of producing them when
we were flghtjng a two-front war.
Tha's the answer to your Inflation, because
to date It has been Impossible to mass-produce
the necessities of war slmultsneouslv with civ-
ilian frivols without driving un the over-all
cost of Jiving. But vou Just can't out a leash
on one while the others romp free.
I would love to think that the weird tribal
Ceremonies they have performed so far In
Washington would out more and cheaper meat
on my table, but the outlook is slightly grim.
We are faced with paying the going, Inflated,
noncontrolled prices if Congress aults on con-
trols, and the higher, black-market assessment
if Congress bucks the meat Interests and at-
tempts to make the roll back stick.
Marshall's Testimony
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA). While there was
general admiration and some amazement over
the three-day performance put on by Oen. Dou-
glas MaoArtnur before the Senate committees
Investigating his dismissal by President Tru-
man, Defense Secretary Oeorge Q. Marshall has
put on ar. equally commendable demonstration
In his testimony. General Marshall's week of
testimony consisted of four morning sessions
followed by two full days of answering sharp
questions
General MacArthur got the bigger headlines
and the greater space, the fuller reporting. His
Is a new face and a new act on the Washington
scene. General Marshall has been on this stage
for over 10 years, so there was nothing novel
about him. Such hero worship as he received
was spent five yean ago.
Also. It's easier to attack than to defend.
General MacArthur was on the offensive, mak-
ing charges against the Truman administra-
tion. General Marshall's role' was to defend Its
actions Insofar as they related to military
affairs.
General Marshall was on the defensive, also,
on his own policios. First, with' respect to the
Korean situation. Second, for Ills activities as
ambassador to China at the end 0, the war.
General Marshall is a year younger than
General MarArthur. There has been some Ir-
responsible, gossip about Washington that Oen-
eral Marshall's memory has not been what It
used to be, that he was old, tired. Interested
only in his own retirement, incompetent for
his present heavy responsibilities.
The same sort of gossip has been circulated
about Oeneral MacArthur and his afternoon
naps, his dictatorial manners, his flamboyance,
his belief In his own superiority. Perhaps the
two chaiacterizatlons offset each other as the
words of detractors of the one or admirers Of
the other
In the written transcript of General Mar-
shall's testimony, however, there were no signs
of senility. He gave the same calm, cool ao-
Praieal of every situation, the same direct, well-
thought-out and clearly expressed answers to
every question that have marked his every act
in Washington. He was patient and he was '
uainstaking and he never allowed his voice or
his temper to rise. He refused to be sucked into
leedlerss arguments on loaded
mum Questions. And
U ** l,pt tlL Ituatlon i'nder control at all times.
brea still remau as to whether he did himself any
goodwnether he Justified his own. the Joint
Chief of Staff and the President's position on
the Korean and the larger world situations.
He certainly should have convinced anyone
that he is personally, mentally and physically
competent to handle his Job. But the chances
are that he has not changed the previous
opinions pr convictions of a single member of
the Armed Services and Foreign Relations Com-
mutes of the Senate.
Nearly every senator has prefaced his ques-
tions with some statement that he was ap-
proaching the question with an open mind. But
It has taken no great astuteness to see from
his questions which wav his mind was opened.
The MacArthur "issue." if that's what It Is,
Is still being weighed on an emotional and a
political prejudice basis.
Oeneral MarshaU has declared that he hoped
there would be some sound thinking on the
subject, after the first emotional reactions had
passed. That time has apparently not vet come,
though It could come later. Consequently, any
attempt to make an unbiased appraisal of thej
testimony of the two generals at this time
would b, more or less futile.
Whethei the two committees can prepare I
anything Ilka a unanimous report on all
the testimony they are hearing now seems
doubtful. An effort to "dope out" how the sen-
ators will divide seems to indicate that the ma-
jority will endorse the Truman-Marshall-Jolnt
Chief of Staff policies.
Nine Democratic senators have In their ques-
tioning seemed sympathetic to the Marshall
policies.
Seven Republican senators are openly hostile
to those policies and support General MacAr-
thur s position. At least one of the Republicans
has appeared to be backing General Marshall.
Four Democrats have been critical of the ad- 1
Ministration position and four Republicans have
on past performance been supporters of the
bipartisan foreign policy.
This ii.c'lcates that in whatever final report
the committees do present, there will be many
dissenting opinions as well as strong majority
and minority reports. What such a report
would prove, or what it will contribute cons-
tructively to the solution of American foreign
policy problems is hard to figure. But it does
make interesting reading and conversation In
a field where every man la his own expert.
Drsw tartoit loyg; American B-29s suffered heavy |
near Manchuria; Dean Achtion advised to change kit
name; Russia outsmarts our propaganda in India.
to tWr*lI>'KT?N""Th',Americ*n PubUe ,M *h0Wn >ts ablMty
- rh? E?*i,bad nSWl alon| wlth "* e*005 and therefore has
Sn? k -knowubot our worst disaster of the Korean war.
" r*r 'he facts have not been released at the Pentagon
fhh*t IE!?t..no.w.eve.r\i0 B-M Superfortresses, escorted by let
SSth rnb..mb^v.te4lnternatlonal brld* connecting SIniuJu,
North Korea, with Antung, Manchuria. The B-s were hugglni
nCr?JVhe ?anhurlan border that on "Ide *as exposed and
nS.XmSteKly } 52^22 M1B-15 Jet ".hie hit them from ex-
P0I*$ Ma2ch0url,n *> breaking up the formation,
wo* B"Ml,w,re, *t *wn, a third was listed as missing but
was seen crashing Into the sea. Seven of the big Superfortresses
HaLtoJ:r,ash-lani1 \n 3Mh Korea' whlle on "we was badly
damaged but made It back to the home base.
th. miS.5 U dtoMtroJ to, the bridge wasn't even hit. and
.,ur SSS/mA60*1616 alure- n the other h*nd- m of
a>iSe*&S!3B5SfJVl b*en far more uceessful and the
it 2S2L ? h* whole has done an amaslng Job. When our planea
Ke hoards mecrMa*sneChUr,an ^^ *"* RUM"n pUnM' h "
DEAN "MAC ACHB80N"
.l'ifufi?* Sr.um*?.*.VB a *mfc11 dlnner Party recently for Is-'
JttL't vlslt,ne Prlme Minister, David Ben Ourlon. and during the
evening commented on the Prime Minister's unusual name
U 7.eJ?i.?uli0n xPlalned to Mr. Truman that he had taken an
aflTe^.nngaime-l.ara.l,h-,t "^ *"? h'd th*td t,W,r nam"
f Mtli.table Va elder-statesman Congressman Charles Eaton
fn q!^l;IeyA,W2?'.th0.ugwn a ePUblican, has been sympathetic
euai&*% ?i. 8ta.te Acwhwon d"rlnK the General MacArthur
disccssion. Turning to Acheson. Eaton remarked:
!">> Mr. Secretary you should change your name to
something beginning with 'Mac'." ,
FRIENDSHIP GRAIN FOR INDIA
th.v Hu^UMians ar* P'ay|n the same kind of trick in India that
Snf t1hneFrn,nterSatate,.Ck ^ ^ T'" *' ^^^
it is^lSto'ns Zr^X^A^^
fi.firi*..S thl carefully timed move, Russia has monopolised
i. .111 .If* and won thousands of new friends. Actually, Russia
Lo! in h.t, wheaJ' 1 'lyi?.' ll- In contrast, the United States
has been selling wheat to India at the rate of 100,000 bushels per
month for some time. *^
In a somewhat similar situation In France in 1847, Russia
landed one shipload of wheat in Marseilles during the height of
;? .r.e-. drou&ht;.and- thanks to a parade through the city,
S0.1 lE!2&,,rtcltyind le.ft th *eneral impression that she
was feeding the French people.
^ Actually, France had to pay for the Russian whsat in dollars.
This incident hesped give this writer the Idea of having the
American people collect food by means of the Friendship Train
for the then hungry people of Western Europe, and showing
motion pictures of the food collections and of the train in the
theatres of Europe so Europeans could see that the food really
came from the friendly American people. ^
Somewhat the same people-to-people movement is now'taklns
place in regard t- food for India. Thousands of college students and
,hP ,avw ral8i? ,y,ha whlch they are shipping through the
Indian Embassy m Washington. Meanwhile Senator Humphrev-of
Minnesota has worked out an arrangement with the American
Red Cross whereby anyone can send cash to "Friendship Grain,''
care of the Red Cross, Washington. D.C., and It will be usBd tor
India" "' frm aovernment aurpluses and shipped to
In other words, while Congress dalllydallles, the American
people, as usual, are way ahead of their legislators. *;"*CBa
THE MACARTHUR CONTROVERSY*
... "f many thousands of words of testimony have been.pub-
ai- difficult to
keep the record straight. However, here are a few Important
1 (e,neral MfcArthur mentioned four points in the new-famous
Jan. 12 memo from the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Actually, there were
1 B81 nls ,memo- nd U was perhaps natural that ha
should mention only the points which best supported his m
.*. f }hX 12 othi'.I\p.0,nls' """"V were technical but several slg-1
nificant. One point that hasn't been published was a proposal bv>
Washington to use antl-Communlst Chinese guerrillas oh' thi
Chinese mainland and the "silver bullet" policy. The latter" rt-
wttft silver* tlme*nonored c"tom of buying off Chinese generala
r.r atf^^'i hnportant unpublished point was the Joint Chiefs
3 S.vao/,,idJlc^t0'"tabllzeihe 1orean llne lf Possible, and if not.
to evacuate Korea altogether. Evacuation, however, was vigor-
ously opposed by MacArthur, his chief objection being Ihakiltt
would appear to be a military defeat. It is understanalbW Ab
he dldnft want to finish his career with a military defeat 1S16
h.n*> ,ntere,ting that he and Secretary of State Adieten
heartily concurred In opposing any withdrawal from Korea
si .. r*oni. however, were different. Acheson felt that If
inJJSLuiS"/ nec,M?r1? withdraw, the withdrawal shouS ba
S.cJtn..Aleigod fS mlhtary defeat. We should tell the world"thaa
v/e had done the best we could to block aggression, he aued.
n,tmWnf;r^H.I?.mberec,i Ther* w" noting dlshonorible he*f.lt
i.i military defeat as long as we had done our best. -
.Oene;l MacArthur, on the other hand, believed that- If wa
"i8*1. .t0-Witnd.ia.w,rf";orn Korea u *hould be labe'ed as a political
eiSt than ne ,0rced by mU|tary nec-
fortunately Chief of staff Collins flew to Korea shortly
thereafter and decided that the U.N. could hold. ^
(Copyright, 1M1, by The Bell Syndicate, lac.)
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TUT PANAMA AMERICAN AN JNDEPDIDDT. DAILY MCWSPAPEB
MONDAY, MAY H, 1J1
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, iNEA). Mark
Stevens played "1 Confess" with
me and the press agent who
never stopped choking Is prob-
ably seeing his nerve specialist.
Now that I've heard the what-
makes-Mark-tick story, I'm giv-
ing up my planned safaris into
the psyches of Jennifer Jones,
Oreta .Qarbo, Marlon Brando,
Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift
and Lawrence Tierney.
They can't top Mark.
You toss a mild little question
like "Why do people around Hol-
lywood say you're mixed up?" at
a star and you're certain to get:
"Who, me? Wholesome, good-
natured, gentle little me? You're
kidding!" ,
-. But not Mark Steyens.
He's a member in good stand-
ing of Hollywood's ulcer nobility
Yugoslavs Press Drive
Against Reds in Europe
BELGRADE, Jugoslavia, May
31 (UP). Reports of "purges"
and plots in Soviet-dominated
countries have stirred Jugoslavia
Into action.
Appeals to the eastern peoples,
as distinct from their Commun-
ist ruler's, have been a normal
part Of Yugoslav propaganda
when the Cominform threw Mar-
shal Tito out of the organization
nearly-three years ago.
Unferecently the appeals have
been -.lwtle more than wishful
. thinking.
Now, nowever, Yugoslav lead-
ers appear to have become con-
vinced that their neighbors are
really falling apart at the seams.
They feel that the satellites
eventually may be persuaded to
break away from Russia if
enough pressure is applied.
Their conviction stems both
from mounting reports of polit-
ical and economic troubles In the
eastern lands and from the gra-
dually shifting balance of pow-
er between East and West.
Marshall Tito's increasing wlll-
lgness to co-operate with the
West is based only partly on his
country's serious need for help In
its battle with the Cominform.
He has told several recent visitors
that the West is now in a "si-
tuation of strength" in relation
to Russia.
Foreign Minister Edvard Kar-
delj, appealing recently to the
Russians to reverse their policy
of "intimidation and domina-
tion," even went so far as to
hint that Russia itself might
collapse under the weight of its
own "Imperialism."
Russia's foreign policy, he said,
"Not only causes war, but is a
worm nibbling at the strength of
the Soviet Union itself."
The main Yugoslav propagan-
da lately has been directed at
the basis of Russian power in
Europe, the six satellite nations.
The Yugoslav press^ and radio
have hammered away'more than
usual at reports of purges, un-
rest and poverty in all the Co-
minform countries.
The latest target Is Hungary.
Unusual publicity has been given
to a trial of five Yugoslavs ac-
cused of spying for Hungary.
US Teen-Agers Promoting
Big Time Business {Firm
DETROT, aMy 21 (UP) The
nationwide Junior achievements
program, which had Its genesis
in Boston 25 years ago, has be-
come big business for American
teen-agers.
There are today an estimated
15,000 high school students ac-
tively engaged in junior achieve-
ment work. Their products were
displayed here In the organiza-
ton's frst national trade show.
Patterned after large compan-
es. the Junior achievement pro-
gram Is designed to give teen-
agers practical business exper-
ience. i
Junior Achievement, Inc., has
spread from coast to coast and
boasts more than 1,500 compa-
nies In operation.
The companies are composed
of high school students from 15
to 21 years of age. Stock is sold to
members at 50 cents a share,
firms are organized and liquida-
ted each year and stockholders'
reports are made.
Business Men Aid
Successful business men from
large companies assist the junior
achievers as advisers.
The idea for Junior achieve-
ment came from Horace A. Moses
a Boston business man. With the
help o a friend, Theodore Vale,
Moses established the first teen-
age company in 1926.
* Moses thought that some pro-
gram should be installed which
would* allow students to gain
buslanss.knowledge while still in
scho0!>bcause he had to refuse
work tpihany high school gradu-
ates for lack of experience.
The Idea wori the approval of
youths the nation over and a Ju-
nior Achievement, Inc., office
was set up in New York to gov-
ern the many young firms and
provide sponsors for them.
Junior Achievement compan-
ies confine their manufacturing son's old coats. The dog lmmedi-
to small products. Some of the ately began to eat.
goods displayed Include costume
jewelry, neckties, scarves, card
tables, rag dolls, detergents, ca-
lendars, picture frame and oth-
er metal, plastic, textile, wood
and chemical products.
Then the school year ends, the
youths decide what to do with
their profits, should there be any.
Generally, they vote to return di-
vidends to stockholders.
A survey shows that Junior
Achieevment companies fare a-
bout the same as regular business
concerns. In both cases, some 30
per cent of the new stock enter-
prises make money the first year.
Some of the Junior Achieve-
ment groups are so successful
that the members of a company
form together after graduation
and become legally incorporated.
PLTMMR
DRUBS COLON
(Continued from Page FOUR)
aggressiveness. Gaviln weighed
117V2.
San Bias Indian, Fidel Morris,
knocked out Alonso Chase In 52
sconds of the second round in
the best bout of the evening.
Morris, 123-3/4, received a gash
over his forehead in the first
round but came out strong in the
second.
He cornered Chase, 122'/2, in a
corner and dropped him with a
flurry of blows. Chase got up
after taking a nine-count but
was dropped twice more before
the referee stopped the contest.
Old Coat Saves Dog
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP.). Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Record saved the
life of their son's 17-year-old
dog which wouldn't eat after his
master went to war. The Records
let the dog sleep on one of their
PHWPES ABOUT XTD Jfc THE AVERAGE GAILY WOP REOWREMENTS
Vowr family will really enjoy in P08T-TEN8. There' a dif-
each ipoonful of any of the 7 ferent, nourishing cereal for
different single-aerving cereals each member of the family.
7 varieties
10 package!!
but he doesn't abide by the club
ruls.
Not any more.
Hes letting off steam these
days and it will serve his nicer
right if It just heals up and goes
away.
Here's Mark's answer:
"I like Hollywood and I like
making pictures. But nobody in
Hollywood has ever said that I
was a great guy. I know ,Cn
a chip on my shoulder. I've al-
ways incurred the wraui oi V-
pie.
"It's because I hate pettiness
and unklndness. And there's a
lot of it here. There's a lot of It
everywhere. I started out to be
an artist, but the fellow I was
apprenticed to yelled at some-
body. 'Who are you to yeU?' T
asked him. Then I walked out.
That's been the story ui ...., .
"I can walk out on anyiin;,
and I will. Walk out on pro-
ducers who yell at waiters. It all
goes back to my childhood. I was
hurt many times. That's why i
stay away from people. I don't
dislike people. I'm just terrified
of them. It's better to stay away
from people.
"I never got past the sixth
grade In school. Even now when
I go to dinner, I watch to see
what fork my wife's using.
"I've slugged it out.all my life.
I never got in the papers, but an
executive took a poke at me once.
I was brought up in the streets.
When somebody slugs you, you
don't say, "Pardon me, old boy,
that's not cricket.' I swung right
back at him.
"I'm a very inhibited guy, a
great introvert. It's extremely
hard for me to relax with peo-
ple.
"But I've always been an
honest guy. I'm honest in every
way. I can't be a hypocrite. If it's
a bad picture, I've never been
able to say that It's a good one.
I don't throw up my hands
ecstatically and say, 'I've seen
the rushes they're just great.'
That doesn't make anybody pop-
ular with Hollywood people. It
makes them call you a bad egg.
"You do wrong things and you
say wrong things. I made a bad
mistake a few years ago. There
was great pressure on me and
my ulcer was acting up.
"Anyhow, I've fought to over-
come these things inside me. I
stay away from parties. I don't
fight in night clubs. I keep away
from people. I mind my own
business. Sure, I'm mixed up. But
I never hurt anybo- v.
know where I'm going. I've al-
ways known where ivu ....'
The press agent gulped loudly
and turned a shade paler.
Mark shrugged and said that
.he had to get things off his chest.
He'd decided that no actor could
hope for more than two good
pictures a year, so In the future
he would divide his time between
television, night clubs and Holly-
wood.
He's off to play to the carriage
trade in the nation's glitter dens
when he completes "Reunion in
Rio" at UI.
"I'll give you an idea of the
material," Mark said. "Here's
how my opening number starts:
" 'I can't tell a Joke,
I can't dance,
I can't sing,
I can't do anything.
But I'm from Hollywood.
I don't ride a horse,
Spin a rope,
Strum a guitar, ,
But I'm a movie star
Sublimefrom Hollywood!'"
"Very funny," commented the
press agen. Then he thought
about what Mark had said earlier
and the blood left his face again.
"Don't worry," Mark said, "I'm
going to build a glass room for
myself and let off steam. That's
the answer to everything."
TV bad for Hollywood stars?
Mark snorted: "Nothing that's
good can kill anybody. Take Tony
Martin on TV. He does a show*
and no matter where he goes
people tell him, 'Hey, we saw
your TV show great!' Bus
drivers, airline stewardesses,
waiters, everybody. This Is some-
thing you don't get in the
movies.
"Woman On The Run" Hits
New High In Suspense
Paint Coated Youth Ignited
In High School I nitiation
Screen suspense reaches a new
high Thursday at the Lux Thea-
ter with the opening of "Woman
On The Run," a Fidelity Pictures
Production released by Univer-
sal-International.
Ann Sheridan, Dennis O'Keefe
and Robert Keith head a cast
whose individual performances
add up to make "Woman On"Tne
Run" one of the most absorbing
chillers to come from Hollywood
since the .early days of Alfred
Hitchcock.
Miss Sheridan, In one of the
first dramatic roles she has
handled la several years, proves
as adept in this field as in the
classification of light comedy
which earmarked her early suc-
cess In filmland. Dennis O'Keefe,
who has become quite expert at
hard-bitten roles such as in "T-
Men" laurels to his record with a por-
OPENING THURSDAY
CENTRAL
Here comes MATURE!
too tough... for a girl
to fool with!
VICTOR MATURE
TERRY MOORE
WILLIAM BENDIX

TOMORROW
PRERELEASE!
Some of the world's finest music brilliantly performed by
the London Philharmonic Orchestra ranks with the
human stars in this wonderful picture!
tiayal that Is far off the beaten
path for the capable actor.
Story concerns a sensitive
mody artist, played with restraint
and understanding by Ross
Elliott, a Broadway newcomer,
who accidentally wlthnesses a
gangland killing. When the po-
lice decide to hold him as a wit-
ness, he runs away. Robert
Keith, as the police detective,
believes he is running away from
the dangers of being a gangland
murder witness.
An Sheridan, the artist's wife,
however, realizes he Is running
away from their unsuccessful
marriage. She sets out to find
him, aided by Dennis O'Keefe,
in search of an exclusive for his
newspaper. The killer, knowing
that Ann's husband can pin the
murder on him, also sets out to
find the husband, Intending to
kill him before he can talk to
the police.
Norman Foreer's direction
crackles with excitement and
pace and the director has stock-
ed his supporting cast with ta-
lented performers.
"Woman On The Run" Is a sus-
pense film that will keep you on
edge.
DETROIT. May 21, (UP)
School Superintendent Arthur
Dondlneau ordered Detrot ischool
firlnclpals today to "make abso-
utely sure" that high school in-
itiations are not dangerous after
one boy was turned Into a torch
during a ritual that misfired.
Seventeen-year-old Dou g 1 a s
Brlsbee lay In critical condition
In hospital with second degree
burns covering most of his body.
He required several blood trans-
fusions.
Douglas was being initiated In-
to Cass Technical High School's
Aeronautics Club. Alum In um
paint, which plice said was
highly Inflammable, had been
daubed on his chest and legs.
An Instructor, Arthur Elges, 37,
who was. Supervising the ritual,
touched a magneto to Douglas*
ankle "iust to tickle him" with a
little electric spark.
Instead, the spark touched off
fumes from the still wet paint on
the boy's body. Then the paint
First Far East
Vet Starts His
Rehabilitation
WASHINGTON, May 21. (UP)
Ralph E. Blackwell, 17-year-
old Clinton, S. C, Korean war
veteran, has, become the first
ex-GI Disabled In Far Eastern
fighting to enter the Veterans
Administration vocational reha-
bilitation program.
The teen-ager started earlier
this month as an on-the-Job
trainee at the Clinton Cotton
Mills In his hometown. The Va.
said he la learning the "loom
fixing trade," one of the most
highly skilled In the textile in-
dustry, and should become fully
trained In two years.
ignited and Douglas jumped
screaming from the table.
Elges and another instructor
Jumped on him and put out the
flames.
Dondlneau said the accident
"amounts to an error in judg-
ment," adding that he was going
to "have a talk" with Elges and
the Cass Principal today.
"We've had dozens of dobs ol
this sort for years," he said. "We
don't anticipate1 a ban on Infor-
mal initiations, but they must be
made absolutely safe."
Elges said the Aeronautics Club
at Cass Tech had been using the
same ritual for 20 years without
incident.
Panama (^anal Ciuo/iouses
Shewing Tonight ^^
(FOR AN IVENING OUT...QO TO THE MOVTISI)
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'WALK SOFTLY. STRANGER
TvVMf T'ff'lF
Bob HOP* Jan* RUSSKLL
"THE PALEFACE"
TuaMar "THE MUDLARK"
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(Taeiday)
Red SKELTON Arlene DAHL
"WATCH THE BIRDIE"
MARC: ADIT A Hurd HATFIELD Jean WILLIS
a tit "CHINATOWN AT MIDNIGHT
S> Tuesday "ONCE A TH1ET"
CRISTOBAL
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"BEDTIME FOR BONZO"
TrfeMay "WHERE DANGER UVES"
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-Winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1680, Sunday, May 20, 1951
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 26 pieces each.

First Prize
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$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00
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Prlie-wlnnlnf numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold: first, second and third In Panam.
The nine hundred whole ticket* ending In 7 and not Included in the above Ust win Fifty-Two Dollar* (5X.H) each.
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprise the two series "A" and "B".
Sltned by: LEOPOLDO H. MAZOOLA, Governor of Panam Province.
MARIO H. CAL, Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.
WITNESSES:
Alcldes E. Echevers-Cdula No. 47-4378.
Victor F. OruberCdula No. 8-32751.
RICARDO FABREOA JR.
Notary PubUc. Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary


'los militares deben estar controlados por la autoridad civil"
WASHINGTON, Mayo tL ttJW. "1 a*"***1 0nw
Bradley dijo ante el Senado que el Estado Mayer laM reco-
meadade I deatitncln de MacArthur porgue ellos eonside-
rasen na aus acciona* estaban entorpeciendo ol tradicional
catrol elvll de la Autoridad militar. li.. .
1 Jefe del Eetado Mayor Central tambin declar aue
toa Jefe* del Estado Mayor crean necoeario que el Cemah-
dante en el Lejano Oriente "obedeeiera ai al control de
Washington". ^_______________
Bradley at present por tercera vea ante el Comit del
Senada que Investiga la destitucin de MacArthur del Co-
mando del Lejano Oriente. Su testimonio fu Interrumpido
por seis diaa debido a ana acalorada1 discusin sobre si l
esti obligado a informar sobre sus conversaciones confiden-
ciales con Traman. H Comit aprob por II votos contra
sala que Bradley puedo callarse los detalles de sas conver-
saciones.
Al abrirse la sesin de hoy, el .Sanador Lynd McJoano
le pidi a Bradley que diera las rasonea por las cuales loa
Jefes del Estado Mayor recomendaron la destitucin de Mac-
Arthur.
Bradley dijo que los Jefes del Estado Mayor decidieron
on una reunin celebrada el S de Abril que se deba deatltur
a MacArthur del Comando del Lejano Oriente, y despus so-
metieron su recomendacin a la consideracin del Secretario
do Defensa, George Marshall.
Bradley declar que "el Estado Mayor siempre ha credo
y an sigue creyendo que los militares deben estar contro-
lados por la autoridad civil", y que como siempre han credo
en este principio, pensaron que las accionea del General Mac-
Arthur estaban entorpeciendo el control civil sobre al autori-
dad militar.
Bradley explic que las declaraciones de MacArthur y sus
comunicaciones oficiales indicaban que no simpatizaba con la
decurin de limitar el conflicto a Corea. "Esto hubiera hecho
iPasa a la Ptatna o. Columna 7)
foscuene
A partir del viernes 25 de
mayo a las S:M p.m.
SENDAS MUSICALES
Romance! Musical Poesa!
Patrocina: La Compaa de
Seguros de Vida
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AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa. Regando a J. Franco. TeL S-1MS.
ARO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P., LUNES, MATO II, 1M1
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Detenido el avance roio en el frente Oriental

Despachos del frente indican
que el campo de batalla est
ahora cubierto de cadveres
Er el asalto de ayer los comimistas perdieroR un
total de 24,700 hombres
TQJtlO, mayo 21. (UP).
La Segunda Divisin norteame-
ricana logr detener un nuev/>
avante comunista en eJ frente
central oriental de Corea.
Los salvajes contraataques de
la Segunda Divisin detuvieron
a los- rojos despus que stos
hablan logrado abrir dos bre-
chas n la linea de defensa
aliada en ambos lados de Pun-
gam a 30 millas al Sur del Pa-
ralelo 38.
Las bayonetas, ametrallado-
ras, granadas, proyectiles y
bombas norteamericanas le cos-
taron muchas vidas a los co-
munistas a todo lo largo de su
frente de ataque de 20 millas.
Un despacho del frente de-
ca aue "el campo de batalla
estaba literalmente cubierto con
los hardos y muertos comunia*
tas. Cada nueva carga de loa
comunistas no hacia sino cu-
brir an mis el campo con su
cadwres".
El Teniente General Edward
M. Almond. Comandante del
10o. Cuerpo norteamericano di-
jo que los ataques comunistas
en el frente central oriental
el domingo les costaron 24,700
bajas, el mayor nmero en un
solo dia de. lucha.
Hacia el oeste, las tropas nor-
teamericanas, britnicas y sur-
coreanas se salieron de su pe-
rmetro de defensa hacia el
Norte del rio Han lanzando
furiosos ataques contra los co-
munistas y matndolos por
centenares. _..
El General Matthew R. Ridg-
way regres anoche a Tokio
despus de una Jira de inspec-
cin en el frente. Ridway dijo
3ue habla encontrado a los sol-
ados aliados confiados ahora
que les estaban causando enor-
mes bajas a loa comunistas.
En el mar, el acorazado nor-
teamericano "Now Jersey" entr
tn accin ayer por primera
vez deed* que bombarde la
(Passt a le Me Cal l>
Mayor cantidad de petrleo
necesitar Estados Unidos
de la Amrica Latina y Asia
i
Varios extranjeros
han sido arrestados
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia ha puesto a rdenes
del Fiscal del Circuito de tur-
no a seis sujetos extranjeros a-
cusados por la Polica de In-
tervenir activamente en lo 6
asuntos polticos nacionales.
Se trata en este caso de
los aolomblanos Luis Escaln
Toleno y Jess Olarte, el pri-
mero fue sorprendido haciendo
disparos desde el edificio 'de
"Ondas Istmeas" y el segundo
le capturado dentro del Al-
macn del Gobierno en actitud
sospechosa; Jos de la Cruz Es-
paa Rlras, nicaragense, a
quien acusa la polica de ha-
cer disparos contra el Cuartel
de Polica desde el Matadero;
Santos Victoriano Roque Alon-
so, acusado de inmiscuirse en
poltica nacional; el oeruano
Fernando Sandoval y el sal-
vadoreo Jorge Jungo, acusado
de romper vidrieras.
WASHINGTON, mayo 21.
(UP). Fuentes informada
opinan qne si el futuro depara
la guerra real o simplemente
una prolongada guerra en fro,
Estados Unidos necesitar ma-
yores cantidades de petrleo del
hemisferio occidental y del me-
dio orienta.
La nacionalizacin del petr-
leo en Irn preocupa a los
crculos responsables locales
respecto a las perspectivas a
largo plazo para Estados Uni-
dos y las fuentes en potencia
de abastecimientos de emergen-
cia.
La situacin despert, mis a-
tencln el martes pasado cuan-
do la direccin del petrleo pa-
ra la defensa aprob 87 obras
con un costo de 446,000,000 de
dlares para estimular la ex-
pansin de la capacidad de re-
finacin de EE. UU.
De esas obras se espera que
51 aumenten en 371 mil barri-
les diarlos la capacidad de re-
finacin de petrleo crudo de
Estados Unidos. Las ms obras
sern para producir Ingredien-
tes para gasolina de aviacin,
benzol, tolusno y otros produc-
tos.
Se separan el Alcalde y el Primer
Suplente de Puerto Armuelles para
solucionar el problema en sa
Intensa propaganda
clandestina cubre
regiones de Espaa
VICTORIA, Espaa Mayo 21
(UP) Las autoridades anun-
;aron que varios hombres fue-
ron detenidos en San SebastKn
{usados de imprimir y distri-
buir hojas sueltas j folletos
jontra el Gobierno.
El anuncio oficial deca que
;sas hojas sueltas y los folletos
an sido distribuidos durante
as ultimas semanas en diver-
as reglones del norte de
"apaa.
Las autoridades no revelaros.
I nmero de detenidos pero en
'Eferas autorizadas se dijo que
ran doce. Segn sas esteres,
os detenidos pertenecen al mc-
imlento separatista Vasco.
La Intervencin del seor Mi-
nistro de Gobierno y Justicia,
Dr. Miguel Angel Ordez, fu
decisiva en la solucin de un
grave problema surgido en la
Alcalda de Puerto Armuelles,
segn se inform a "El Panam
Amrica" en fuentes oficiales.
Como haba publicado este
diario serlo incidente se suscit
cuando el Alcalde Titular Jos
de las Mercedes Gonzlez y Jos
Mullno, Primer Suplente, lucha-
ron ambos por mantenerse al
frente del Ejecutivo Municipal
de este Distrito.
El Ministro Ordez pidi a
dichos caballeros que se revis-
tieran de espritu patritico y
postergaran sus aspiraciones, en
aras de la armona nacionaj
hasta tanto el Tribunal Conten-
cioso Administrativo no decida
en definitiva sobre esta cues-
tin, previamente planteada an-
te este Tribunal.
En vista de el allanamiento a
que llegaron ambos caballeros,
se encarg de la Alcalda, de
Puerto Armuelles, dona Matilde
B. de Samanlego. Segundo Su-
plente)
El Dr. Arias Firm
Hoy el Poder al
Dr. J. N. Lasso
Hoy al medio dia el Dr. ar-
nulfo Arlas firm en la celda
Que se le ha asignado en el s-
ailicio de la Polica Nacional, el
poder en virtud del cual desig-
na al Dr. Jos N. Lasso de ia
Vega su defensor en la causa
que se le sigue ante la Asam-
blea Nacional por extrallmita-
von de mociones-
Desde el viernes pasado el !>r
Arnulfo Arlas haba Indicado
su determinacin de designar
al Doctor Lasso de la Ve-
ga su aeiensor, y desue esa le-
cha ste haba estado haciei.ao
gestiones para entrevistarse con
su defendido y para que tal de-
signacin constase en forma le-
gal, pero las gestiones resulta-
ron infructuosas hasta esta n.a-
nafla en que, para poder confe-
renciar con su defendido, obtu-
vo lee buenos oficios del 8r.
Procurador de la Nacin.
Representante de la
acusacin pu
I llueca o Es
AI ser
deeter de
Felipe J.
rumores, que
le que hay loteras en que l
ckmal.
En afecte, el Dr. Escobar nos
infrase ajae si se han efeeteede
oeanrenaeaenes en ese sentido,
ere eje* hasta el esto no
se ha deeidido aada en defini-
tivo.
Desde hale varies das se ha-
Ma mencionado tambin el
nombre del HD. Jevge Illueca,
para que desempeara la mis-
ma fnncie.
Jira mdica inicia en
Arraijn maana el
doctor Samaniego
Maana se iniciar en el Co-
rregimiento de Arraijn una Ji-
ra mdica que ha sido solieltaan
por el Dr. Francisco Samaniebo
auspiciada pos las Federacin^
de Sociedades Agrcolas de U
Provincias de Panam y Cocl,
regn ha manifestado su Presi-
dente, seor Dionisio Araz.
' Para asegurar el buen xito
de esta labor, se nos ha pedido
hagamos un llamado a loa tre-
fleos, dentistas, tcnicos y da-
mas profesionales para que coo-
peren con esta labor humanita-
ria. Los Interesados pueden co-
municarse con el Dr. 8amanleo
en La Polvareda, Cerro Sllvci-
tie. Blque, etc-
El Gabinete de C.
Bretaa Discutir
el Problema de Irn
LONDRE8, mayo 21. (UP).
El Primer Ministro, Clement At-
tlee, convoc a una reunin de
Gabinete para maana, que se^
gn fuentes informadas ser
para discutir los planes de e-
mergencla para la proteccin
de los Intereses petroleaos do
Oran Bretaa en irn, abatata-
dos en un billn de dlares.
Los Informes dados por el Em-
bajador Britnico Sir Francis
Shepherd sobre el rechazo de
Irn a la demanda de la "An-
glo-Iranlan OO Co." de some-
ter a arbitraje la disputa, esta
causando ansiedad en Londres
y acentan el temor de que los
extremistas nacionalistas eviten
cualquier arreglo de la disputa
Los tres caminos a seguir, en
caso de que se rechace de pla-
no la peticin britnica para
negociar, serian la apelacin a
la Corte Internacional de Justi-
cia, sancionas econmicas y l-
timo la Intervencin militar.
el hombre se llevar a cabo
Por la Feria de Coln han desfilado
ms de sesenta y cinco mil personas
[HO 1AMUDIO T EL rTtEifaDEN'tE.El Presidente
y 1 Ministre de Arrlcultnrs, tomereso # i?ds-
primer*
El Departamento de Prensa y
Radio del Ministerio de Gimo,
ser reorganizado muy pronto
Organiza la mujer
Panamea frente
de ndole Cvica
Desde fines de le semana
pasada se vienen haciendo ges-
tiones para organizar un frente
cvico de parte de la mujer pa-
namea.
Se ha sabido que ya han ha-
bido varias conferencias preli-
minares con el fin Indicado.
Como se recordar la mujer
panamea tuvo una destacada
intervencin en la jornada cvi-
ca librada en defensa del Impe-
rio de la Constitucin de 1940,
la cual ha merecido encendidos
elogios.
Varios Ministros de
Estado sern objeto
de un agasajo hoy
Con un banquete en el Club
Unin servido esta noche a las
8, festejar la Sociedad Pana-
mea de Ingenieros y Arqui-
tectos a sus colegas reciente-
mente nombrados en el gabi-
nete del Presidente Arosemena.
Ya en otras ocasiones la 8o-
etadad ha brindado a los mi-
nistros de su seno estos aga-
sajos y siempre se ha pres-
cindido de las simpatas pol-
ticas. Las invitaciones compren-
dan solamente a los miembro*
de la Sociedad que quieran u-
nlrse en gesto de compaeris-
mo y fraternidad a este acto.
Por correo se han distribuido
las invitaciones, pero aquellos
que por algn motivo no las
hayan recibido a tiempo pueden
considerarse como invitados,
pues es un acto de simpata 1
profesional con la asistencia de
todos sus colegas.
Ser el oferente, el Ing. don
Juan Alberto Morales y har de
maestro de ceremonias el Ing.
don Ernesto Jan Guardia.
Informes logrados en-fuentes
oficiales Indican que el Uns
tro de Gobierno y Justicia, Dr.
Miguel ngel Ordez, proyec-
ta una reorganizacin comple-
ta del Departamento de Prensa
Radio y Espectculos Pblicos.
De acuerdo eon la opinin
del Ministro Ordnes, dicho De-
partamento debe rendir ante
todo, una labor tcnica, pues
hoy en da ese Departamento
se encarga de cuestiones ale-
jadas de su finalidad.
Dicho departamento, de a-
cuerdo con la nueva rlentacin
que se le piensa imprimir, ten-
dr una importancia primor-
dial, en cuanto a lo referente
a la labor de Informacin de
todas las actividades del go-
bierno nacional, convirtindose
en una oficina coordinadora que
trabajara conjuntamente con la
Radio y la Prensa Nacional en
forma mas activa y dinmica.
Varios ejemplares
campeones fueron
escogidos ayer
OOIXI, mayo 21. (JMVM).
Ayer fije el gran da para la
Feria Agropecuaria, Comercial
e Industrial de Coln, visitada
por maa de sesenta y cinco mil
personas de ambos sexos, tanto
de esta ciudad, como de la ca-
pital, la Zona del Canal, pre-
sent esta actividad un aspec-
to esplndido pocas veces re-
gUtrelto en el pas durante es-
tas Mitas en que se pone en
Juega n solo el empeo de los
organizadores sino tambin el
nteres de todos los que aportan
su grano de arena para darle
un corte de inters general.
Kl comit Organizador de la
Feria durante la nraiana, a-
JWiWilf.:-
lorwadea de I *ena del Ca-
nal que han cooperado de ma-
nera valiosa. El pabelln de a-
(Paea a la Pig. 4, Col.
Seleccionarn el
Personal de la
Polica Secreta
Una Importante reunin se
celebr esta maana en el Mi-
nisterio de Gobierno y Justicia,
precedida por el Titular de la
Cartera, doctor Miguel ngel
Ordez y de su secretario don
Armando Moreno G., con el Ins-
pector General de la Polica Se-
creta Nacional, don Hctor Val-
des Jr. y de su secretarlo, el
capitn de la Polica Nacional,
don Pedro Jullp Prez.
Dicha reunin se celebr pa-
ra resolver una serie de pro-
blemas que sj han presentado
en la Polica Secreta en razn
de los ltimos acontecimientos
polticos y para escoger el per-
sonal que tendr que desarro-
llar las labores de esa Institu-
cin. Dicho personal, de acuerdo
con datos oficiales, ser esco-
gido por su eficiencia y conoci-
mientos, tratando de alejar to-
da influencia de orden politico
en su escogimiento, pues se le
quiere dar a la institucin una
orientacin tcnica alejada de
finslldades de otro orden que
desfiguren sus objetivos.
Se fund en Coln
una sociedad de
tcnicos agrcolas
En la ciudad de Coln y co-
mo un resultado prctico in-
mediato de la Feria Agro-Pe-
cuaria de esa Provincia que se
est celebrando en esa ciudad
y que con tanto xito fue Inau-
gurada el sbado ltimo por el
Excmo. seor Presidente de la
Repblica y s,u Gabinete, se a-
caba de constituir la Asocia-
cin Nacional de Tcnicos de
la Ciencia Agrcola.
Dicha agrupacin se constitu-
y con ocasin de un almuerzo
ofrecido en el Hotel Washing-
ton por el Ing. Agrnomo don
Henry Simons Qulrs, Asesor
Tcnico de la Feria, habiendo
se reunido por la primera vea
en la historia de Panam todos
o casi todos los tcnicos pana-
meos en ciencias agrcolas. El
Ing. Simons Qulrs, autor de
la idea y persona de amplia
experiencia en esta clase de fe
ras y quien es un convencido
propugnador de que la verda-
dera redencin del pas inclu-
sive la de Coln est en la
agricultura, fue electo oresldem
te y el seor don Alberto Fe-
derico Alba, tambin de vasta
experiencia en la materia, fue
designado presidente.
Los fines Inmediatos de la
Asociacin son luchar por el
fomento y desarrollo agrcola
de la Repblica; defender la
estabilidad de los tcnicos den-
tro del Departamento ae Agri-
cultura y laborar porque e!
Punto Cuatro del Programa del
Presidente Truman sea una rea-
lidad en Panam con prescln-
dencla de la poltica.
La directiva de la Asocia-
cin har maana martes una
(Pasa a la .Pagina S col. S)
Partieron a Europa
3,200 soldados de
los Estados Unidos
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 21 Alrededor de 3,200 soldados
de Infantera norteamericanos
partieron rumbo a Alemania a
bordo de los transportes Gene-
ral Patch y General Hodges cj-
mo vanguardia de la cuarta di-
visin que reforzar las fuerzas
del General Dwlght Eisenhower
para la defensa de Europa Oc-
cidenal.
Esa divisin cuenta en tito!
eon unos echo mil soldados.
El Presidente orden la
suspensin de todos los \
nuevos nombramientos
El Presidente de la Repblica, S. E. don Alclbadee Aro-
semena, insisti enfticamente en que estaba a rdenes del
pueblo y que slo obedecera a la Constitucin y al Man-
dato dad pueblo soberano.
Agreg el Presidente que haba dado rdenes de awe se
suspendieran todos los nombramientos, con excepcin de a-
quellen es se refieren a puestos claves de la Administracin,
postergando por ahora todos los decretos del personal ad-
ministrativo.
Darante las horas de la maana representantes de este
diaria trataren de loealiaar a los miembros de la Comisin
Investigadora de la Asamblea Nacional, pero no fue posible
lecalhmrles ai en la Secretara de la Asamblea, ni en la Cr-
cel Modele ni en la Comandancia de la Polica Nacional.
El Ministro Navarro prometi
continuar todas las obras de
la Provincia de Chiriqu
BOQUETE Mayo 21 (Corres-
ponsal) Sn reunin celebra-
da boy con el Ministro de O-
bras Pblicas, Ingeniero Nor-
berto Navarro y con asistencia
de ms de cincuenta personas,
manifest que todas las ooras
iniciadas continuaran siempre
y cuando que se ajusten a un
plan integral de beneficio co-
munal para toda la Repblica,
informando asimismo que todos
los trabajos particulares sern
suspendidos totalmente, agrade-
ciendo para esa tarea la coope-
racin de cualquier ciudadano
que denuncia las Irregularidades
en este sentido, con relacin al
personal que presenta servicio
actualmente.
Asegur que no se haran aes-
tltuclones en masa pues el con-
sidera que se encuentra al fren-
te del Ministerio en un plan
tcnico por lo que considera que
todo el personal eficiente Jtbr
mantenerse en sus posiciones
todos los boqueteos asistentes
a la reunin salieron satbie-
chos de las declaraciones >1
seor Ministro ya que ha pro-
metido la continuacin de las
obras iniciadas-
-
Explotarn maana
32,000 libras de
dinamita en E.U.
DUOWAY, Utah, mayo 21.
(UP). La ms grande explo-
sin no atmica ocasionada por
sln no atmica ocoslonada por
el hombre se llevar a cabo ma-
ana en el desierto de Utah
occidental cuando 320 mil libran
de dinamita sern hechas ex-
plotar por los ingenieros y cien-
tficos-.
La prueba se har para de-
terminar los efectos-ofensivos y
defensivos-de tan tremenda ex-
plosin en las estructuras, tales
como fundaciones y puentes.
Pruebas similares se llevarn
a cabo en el barro, arena y gra-
nito en otros lugares de Utah
y Colorado.
Truman pidi la unin de su pueblo
'ayer para que no mueran en vano
los jvenes en la guerra de Corea"
WASHINGTON, mayo 21.
(UP) Estados Unidos honre
a sus Fuerzas Armadas, sm-
bolo y esperanza del mundo li-
bre.
El Presidente Truman y los
miembros de su Gabinete Jun-
to con los representantes de
veinte pases presenciaron en
esta capital un impresionante
desfile de diez mil miembros de
esas fuerzas armadas equipa-
dos con centenares de podero-
sas armas.
Al terminar el desfile por las-
calles embanderadas, se realiz
una gigantesca exhibicin en el
cercano aerdromo militar de
Boiling Field.
En la mayor parte Je las ciu-
dades y pueblos de Estados Uni-
dos se realizaron tambin ce-
remonias en honor del Ejrci-
to, Armada y Fuerza Area,
cuyo dia fue celebrado por se-
gunda vez en dos aos desde
que fueron agrupadas en un
solo Departamento 1e Defensa.
En un banquete con que se
Inici el Dia de las Fuerzas
Armadas, Traman pronunci un
discurso en el que recalc que
"no queremos la guerra; ansia-
mos la paz".
El Presidente pidi unin a
su pueblo "para que no mue-
ran en
luchan en los campos de
talla de Corea".
En el mismo acto, el Secre-
tarlo de Defensa, George Mar-
shall, afirm que el conflicto
coreano dl "Inspiracin y tiem-
po" para la movilizacin.
Rodeado por altos funciona-
rlos de su Gobierno y tres sos-
dados condecorados por el Con-
fase a la Pasma i. CoL 1)
D. Augusto Vives
vuelve al Seguro
como actuario
Don Augusto Vives, vinculado
por dies aos a la cala del Se-
guro Social donde desempe
las delicadas funciones de Jefe
oe la Seccin Actuarial de la
Caja y que habla sido destitui-
do de su elevado cargo, por ra-
zones de ndole partldarlsUn.
fu restituido en su cargo, por
resolucin firmada el sbado
por el actual Gerente de (o*
Institucin, Lie. Manuel Solis P.
El seor Vives tom inmedia-
tamente posesin de su cargo y
entr inmediatamente a ejercer
vano los jvenes que funciones.

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XA FUNCIN DEL BANCO AGROPECUARIO
Conscientes de la importancia que tiene pa-
ra el pai todo lo relacionado con el Banco
Agro-Pecuario, reproducimos algunos concep-
tos del artculo de fondo aparecido hoy en La
Eitrella de panam, el cual coincide con los
punto de vista que ha sostenido "El Panama-
Amrica" a travs Je varios comentarios edi-
toriales:
I ----------- ''
De que Rusia posee la bomba
atmica est seguro EE. UU.
Las pruebas llevadas a eabo
en el Pacfico eliminaron
cualquier duda al respect
Un observador parlamentario rehus decir cules
eran las razones y evidencias para pensar
ai por ser secretas
"No debe olvidarse que la funcin primera y
principal del Banco Agropecuario es la de esti-
mular y fomentar las actividades agrcolas y ga-
naderas del pas, aplicando diversas medidas en-
caminadas a lograr el desarrollo de estas fuentes
de riqueza. En nuestro pas es mucho todava lo
que puede y debe realizarse para aumentar la pro-
duccin de artculos de consumo de primera nece-
sidad, y de ah que la tarea del Banco mencionado,
cbmo organismo propulsorfacilitando a los agri-
cultores y ganaderos diversos medios materiales
ha de estimarse como necesaria. Tampoco cabe ne-
gar que, en ciertos y determinados casas, cuando
exista en el pas una evidente escasez de determi-
nados artculos de primera necesidad, o una cares-
ta artificial de los mismos provocada por el acapa-
ramiento o la ocultacin, y un ansia inmoderada
de ganancias en los especuladores, el Banco Agro-
pecuario puede, en funcin de tipo" social, asumir
ocasionalmente el carcter de importador y adquirir
en los mercados exteriores de abastecimiento las can-
tidades necesarias de los artculos precisos parr
resolver el problema confrontado por la comuni-
dad. Pero esto no significa en modo alguno que
el Banco Agropecuario pueda ejercer constante-
mente la funcin que corresponde a los comercian-
tes particulares a la circulacin de la riqueza y al sostenimiento
de las cargas del Estadoy mucho menos que pue-
da competir de modo abierto y desleal con los pro-
ductores nacionales, porque tales actividades cau-
san de manera inevitable trastornos y perturba-
ciones hondas en nuestra economa.
"El pretexto de que fuera del pas puede el
Banco obtener artculos de primera necesidad a
precio ms bajo que los productos nacionales, es
algo tan absurdo que ni el ms modesto estudian-
te de ecwioma poltica se atrevera a emplear con
seriedad. Porque si se tiene en cuenta el alto ni-
vel de vida de nuestro pasderivado del valor
de nuestra moneday los consiguientes costos de
produccin, > se comparan con los que rigen en
otras latitude*, se comprende sin esfuerzo alguno
que en Panarra la obtencin de los artculos de con-
sumo, sean agrcolas, pecuarios o industriales, es
ms cara que en otros pases. Sin embargo, tal co-
sa no puede en modo alguno conducir a la dispara-
tada conclusin de que para la economa nacional
resulta ms favorable acudir a las importaciones
de todo aquello que en el exterior sea ms bara-
to, puesto que tal medida llevara inevitablemente
a la salida del pas de tales sumas de dinero, que
muy pronto tendra que paralizarse toda actividad
por falta de recursos econmicos.
"Estimulados por la existencia de un mercado
interno favorable, y por otras circunstancias igual-
mente alentadoras, diversas personas e institucio-
nes del pas se han dedicado con afn a las tareas
agrcolas, roturando tierras, procurando semillas
de la mejor calidad, e invirtiendo elevadas sumas
de dinero en equipo y material. Y algo parecido,
aunque en menor escala, se puede afirmar tambin
de las actividades ganaderas. Pero si el Banco Agro-
pecuario ron ti n i importando cereales y ganado
aunque la produccin nacional sea suficiente en de-
terminadas pocaspor la nica razn de que en
ciertos mercados exteriores se obtienen precios ms
ventajosos, se continuar una competencia desleal
y ruinosa para los productores nacionales. Estos
se vern obligados a suspender sus actividades, con
la consiguiente prdida de sus inversiones, y las
reservas de dlares-divisa que deban permanecer
en el pas contribuyendo al desarrollo de nuestra
riqueza potencial seguirn siendo enviados fuera, de-
bilitndose as nuestra economa.
"Repetimos que el Banco Agropecuario puede
y debe importar artculos de consumo cuando se
advierta en el pas una escasez natural o artifi-
cial, derivada del acaparamiento, y un alza inmo-
derada de los precios, y ningn comerciante par-
ticular se decida a intervenir para poner remedio
al mal. Pero fuera de estos casos, y teniendo en
cuenta que el Banco Agropecuario no debe conver-
tirse nunca en una entidad comercial de tipo es-
peculativoporque no es esa su misin ni su fina-
lidadtoda actividad que realice compitiendo con
nuestros comerciantes o nuestros productores, cau-
sar graves trastornos a la economa del pas."
For un Corresponsal Especial
(N*JA>
WASHINOTON, Mayo 21
(EP8). Un observador par-
lamentarlo de las ltimas prue-
bas atmicas en Bniwetok de-
clar hoy que 4os altos fun-
cionarlo* del gobierno de los
Estsdos Unidos estn ya se-
guro, de que lo ruaos poseen
la bomba atmica.
Este observador es el repre-
sentante Melvln Price, uno de
los miembros principales de la
Comisin de Energa vAtmica
del Congreso, quien manifest:
"Cualquier duda acerca de si
los raso tienen la bomba at-
mica fue eliminada por ib que
aprendimos durante estas prue-
bas en el Pacifico All te no3
dieron razone y evidencia que
indican que el Soviet posee,
efectivamente, U bomba ato-
mica"
El congresista rehus decir
cules ran esa razone y evi-
dencia, por er imposible dar-
las a la publicidad, pero re-
calc que los experimento rea-
lizados en Enrwetok sealaron
alcanzado
el enorme progreso
en la arma atmicas.
Indic qu ello* fueron pa- te como uno que "puede ma
neados desde hace varios meses,
con el fin epecifico de probar
la efectividad de tales armas.
Todos los miembros del Con-
greso que los presenciaron tu-
vieron que prestar juramento
de que guardaran el secreto.
Aunque Price no lo dijo, e
sabe por otras fuente* que en-
tre las nuevas armas estn los
obuses atmico, que posible-
mente serian usados en Corea
contra los rusos si stos Inter-
vinieran en la guerra.
Price advirti al pueblo nor-
teamericano que debe darse
cuenta exacta de que Rusia ha
progresado lo suficiente en
cuanto a energa atmica para
producir bombas de esta clase,
aunque es cierto que mucho
congresistas todava lo dudan.
Mientra tanto, je ha reve-
lado que la comisiones par-
lamentaria respectiva han au-
torizado secretamente el gesto
de otros cincuenta millonea de
dolare* para un misterioso
"Proyecto X" que tiene por ob-
jeto acelerar la produccin de
cierta nueva arma atmica.
Este proyecto fue sealado
por una de las lubcomlsionej
de la Cmara de Representan-
Se predice una mayor tensin
en Europa durante el verano
La tropas norte-americanas
han sido llevadas a nuevas
posiciones tcticas all
INFORMAL.El General Omar
Por Ganlt MacGoman
(N. A. A.
WETZLAR, mayo 21 (EPS).
T-os aguerridos soldados que
Francia est trayendo de sus
juarnlciones en el norte de A-
trida estn ocupando las lin-as
avanzadas en esta parte de A-
Ipmanla, como primer refuer-
zo de la linea del Rln bajo el
Pacto del Atlntico.
Son soldados argelinos y ma-
rroques, cubiertos por trben-
les, de los mismos que pelearon
en las campaa de Tnez, rn
1942-43, que presentan un curio-
so contraste con los rublos ali-
n-.anes que lea han dado la
ucnvenida a esta tranquila ciu-
dad, especializada en la faoii-
Considera ilegal su detencin
Don Francisco Jos Linares
Del seor Francisco Jos Li-
nares hemos recibido para su
publicacin lo siguiente:
"Cuando ciertos politico co-
nocidos cometieron la accin
criminal de provocar delibera-
damente pnico contra Institu-
ciones bascara, causando gra-
va perjuicio a la.'clase nece-
sitada, especialmente, lo cual
constituye un grave delito, lo
Tribunales de Justicia ordena-
ron la libertad Inmediata de
las personas que fueron apre-
sadas por soipechosot. ,
"En la actualidad, .o me en-
cuentro preso en la Crcel Mo-
delo sin qu* haya cometido nin-
gn delito, junto con otros co-
partldarlo que estn en el mis-
mo caso que yo, y en cata oca-
sin los Tribunales de Justicia
declaran legal nuestra deten-
cin.
"Yo no he conspirado con-
tra un Gobierno legalmente
constituido como hicieron nues-
tro* adversarlos, dedicndose a
volcar autobuses en la* calles
Sara Interrumpir el trnsito: ni
e hecho disparos contra tien-
da* y almacenes para obligar
su cierre; ni he hablado por la
radio para insultar e incitar el
desorden. Lo nico que hice du-
c,je estaban aqu, a mitad de la
aistancia entre el Rln y los 3>
. rro de Turlngla ocupados por
terlalmente aumentar la capa
rante' los ltimos acontecimien-
tos polticos fue lo que hicie-
ron noblemente miles de miem-
bro del-Partido Revolucionarlo
Autntico; acompaar al Dr.
Arnulfo Arla?, Jefe del Estado
y del Partido, en os das de
erial. '
> '.Siempre, consider que mi
actuacin estaba dentro de las
normas de la Ley y mereca
la proteccin de la Polica Na-
cional, cuyo Jefe declararon
enfticamente que reconocan
al doctor Arnulfo Aria como
Presidente Constitucional de la
Repblica.
"Entonces, por qu no se no
pone en libertad? O es que he-
mos vuelto a los tiempos a-
quellos en que yo *enla al pie
una motocicleta de la Polica
Nacional, de da y de noche, y
I se me apresaba sin saber los
motivos?
"O no ser que se nos quie-
re tener arbitrariamente pre-
so, por temor a que Influya-
mos en la masa panameas
para que concurran a la Asam-
blea Nacional durante el pro-
ceso que se le pretende seguir
al doctor Arnulfo Arlas?
Francisco Jos Linares
cldad productjva atmica con
un ligero aumento de costo".
Segn ha podido saberse, es-
te "ligero aumento" monta a
diez y nueve millones de d-
lares adicinale, adems de las
enorme suma que ya e ha-
blan detlnado a proyecto re-
lacionados con la energa at-
mica.
Los funcionarios de la Co-
misin de Energa Atmica di-
cen que es probable que esta
nueva suma sea considerada
como muy alta pero que, "com-
parada con el aumento en la
produccin de armas atmicas,
ser realmente muy pequea".
Lo que este aumento repre-
senta no se ha hecho pblico.
Los miembros de las comisio-
nes aldidas Insisten en que se
trata de una materia eatric-
tamente secreta sobre la cuai
no pueden hacerse comenta-
rlos. Pero Insisten en que debe
actuarse de ahora en adelante
bajo el convencimiento de que
la Unin Sovitica tiene en
su poder, efectivamente,
bomba atmica.
nay constante movimientos ue
patrullas. El propsito primor-
dial de la linea del Rln es el fie
librar una accin de retaguar-
dia mientras Francia y el Be-
nelux pueden movilizar ,su*-
fuerzas y el occidente ente o
se lanza a la lucha- Eat '.?
clon puede librarse en los te-
, eno altos que se extienden a
lo largo del Rrn dede Baslira, eln, yjQU ofrecen
en la frontera suiza, hasta '.a
vieja linea Maginot, las Arti-
nas y Ambere, que est desti-
nado a ser, al ea necesario, el
ruso ha hecho necesario li-
jar ensayos de movilizacin, pa-
ra mejorar los medios de trans-
porte y evitar lo errores que
de otro modo se produciri.-.n.
Europa occidental no puede
aarse el lujo de esperar un
"Pearl Harbor" sovitico.
Eisenhower, Montgomery y
lain tienen una ventaja soore
sus contrapartes en Rusia. Co-
nocen perfectamente todo el l-
reno en que sus fuerzas estn
desplegadas. Los generales ru-
sos no lo conocen. Y aqciits
han decidido que la linea del
Rln sea la sealada para hacer
frente a la ofensiva rusa, i <*
los rusos, han sido llevadas a
nuevas posiciones tcticas qae,
^egn afirman algunos obser-
vadores, "deban haber sido o-
cupadas desde hace tiempo1'.
Esa* tropas, lo mismo que es-
ta ciudad pintoresca de cahe3
adoquinadas, han estado largo
tiempo en peligro de ser f-
cilmente arrolladas, si lo lu-
sos hubieran decidido lanzar un
epentlno ataque.
Los britnicos, que estn ni
norte, tambin han cambiado
sus posiciones, teniendo lista vi-
na divisin blindada la sexta
para acudir en cualquier Lis-
tante al sitio en donde se lft
necesite.
Todos esto movimientos han
sido realizados conforme a las
disposiciones del general Eisen-
hower, comandante supremo de
a fuerza aliada, occidentales.
La tensin que existe en Eu-
ropa, conforme las' noticia de
Corea son favorable o contra-
rias a los aliados. A lo large
de toda la Cortina de Hierro.
lajeesde la frontera de Checoeslo-
vaquia a Schleswing-Holstcm,
puerto principal para el desem-
barco de abastecimientos pa*o
los aliados.
SI la linea del Rln cedida,
es posible que el siguiente cau-
po de resistencia aliada seria el
ae Waterloo, acodado a la cal-
ca de Napolen.
El limitado nmero de tropa*
filadas en la linea del Rln no
debe hacer creer que iate e
muy pobre. Al estallar las ao<
uerras mundiales, Francia tu-
vo tiempo suficiente para llevar
a cabo la movilizacin genoitl.
Pero la proximidad del peligro
Que sta llega a producirse. A
qu se cree que le
i
os meses ael
verano traern una gran ten-
a mojo-
es condiciones para tal ata-
que- Pero los aliados occiden-
tales estn listos a confrontar
la tempestad, si los hombres 0*1
Kremlin resuelven desatarla.
REFRESQESE
tomando
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La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular."
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El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Podr el General MacArthur poner en
claro la cuestin del apaciguamiento?
Nadie, puede decir que los
EE.UU. se han conducido
como apaciguadores en Corea
PAGINA THE I-
i------------------1
Por Cari W. MeCardle
(NANA)
rios del Pentgono creen que
dentro de sesenta das los nor-
teamericanos y sus aliados so
WASHINGTON, mavo 17. habrn enfrentado a iodos los
(EPSi. Quiz sea demasa- comunistas chinos que se lan-
do temprano para resumir la
reaccin pblica ante las vistas
celebradas en el Senado sobre
la destitucin del General Dou-
glas MacArthur, y an despus
de dichas vistas quedar 'a
gran pregunta: "Cuales son las
intenciones de la Unin Sovi-
tica?"
Ciertamente, la actuacin de
MacArthur fue esfuerzo supre-
mo. Su mente de gran clari-
dad nadie ha igualado an su
expediente acadmico en la es-
cuela militar de West Point,
su dominio churchllltano del
idioma Ingls, su dinamismo y
su habilidad para dramatizar
las situaciones, han causado
profunda Impresin en un pas
que era todava presa de la
emocin causada por la brusca
destitucin del general.
i'- toc al Secretario de De-
fensa George Marshall, tambin
un' general de cinco estrellas,
la grin tarea de refutar lo'di-
cho por MacArthur, Marshall
emprendi metdica v penosa-
mente] la tarea de poner eu
claro a situacin. Habl sen-
satamente,, pero sin la exci-
tante cualidad de MacArthur.
Ambos hombres, que son a-
proximadamente de la mism
edad, son muy distintos. El
uno, MacArthur. se convirti en
un brillante Jefe de tropas en
campaa; el otro, Marshall, se
convirti en un talentoso ofi-
cial de estado mayor.
Y las teorias presentadas por
I cada uno de ellos fueron tam-
bin distintas. MacArthur cree
que tos Estados Unidos estn
ya en guerra co nel comunis-
mo' y^que ms vale que sea
librada abiertamente, lanzando
todos los efectivos norleamerl-
I canos contra el enemigo. Mar-
I shall, exponiendo el punto de
[vista del Gobierno y del Estado
I Mayor-Combinado, cree que con
perseverancia, cautela y paxten-
cla ^u|den localizarse ios cho-
Iquejf djli loa, cqp.Usnlsl#u, me
cen contra ellos, se habrn re-
agrupado y habrn persegui-
do al enemigo hacia el Norte,
en los alrededores de la es-
trecha "cintura" de Corea, en
las cercanas de Pyongyang, la
capital de la Corea del Norte.
Es posible que, entonces, los
comunistas chinos traten de lo-
grar una tregua. Se espera en
Washington que sus primeras
demandas sean absurdas e in-
solentes. De ser este el caso,
habr que decirles que si no
quieren concluir la paz en con-
diciones razonables, se les cas-
tigar desde el aire aJ otro la-
do de la frontera de la Man-
churia.
' Una de las grandes pieguntas
es qu opina Mao Tse-tung, el
Jefe del rgimen comunista en
China, en cuanto a esto. Le
pedir l a Rusia que tiene
unos cuatro mil aviones y unas
cuarenta divisiones en aquella
zona que venga en su ayuda
y le saque de aprietos en Co-
rea?
Actualmente, Mao no tiene
un aspecto muy divino que di-
gamos para sus subditos. Sus
mejores divisiones han sido des-
trozadas en la Corea. Su ejr-
cito ha sufrido espanto. <., pr-
didas. Su prestigio en el Asia
ha decado. No ha obtenida
Formosa. No ha podido lograr
que se le admita en las Na-
ciones Unidas, librando una
guerra a tiros.
Y si Mao consigue que Rusia
venga en su ayuda --oficial-
mente en la guerra corea-
na, ello no significara que se-
rn socios; sern los rusos quie-
nes dominen a la China co-
munista.
Hoy da hay en el mundo
hombres ms felices que Mao
Tse-tung.
En cuanto a las vistas del
Senado, pronto prestar testi-
monio el general Omar Bradley,
'president*, del tstado Mayor
Combinado. He aqu ""s.ljrunoj
ha trecho hasta 'ahora-, hasta
que ie -haya" derrotado por l-
timo al comunismo sin nece-
sidad de una texoea guerra
mundial.
Pero parece poco probable
ue, une, ve/, terminadas las
vistas en el Senado, sea poca
la gente que cambie de opi-
len ante el interminable vo-
lumen de testimonios.
as grandes preguntas y las
trandes respuestas saldrn dnl
lamentado saln donde se
cejebran las vistas, el cual es-
t- situado en el edificio del Se-
nado.
Una de las respuestas llegara
ie la Corea. Algunos fui ciona-
CAFE EN PILA.Cuando un almacn de Chicago anunci
que Tendera la libra de caf al mismo precio que en 1883, cien-
tos de personas llenaron el almacn para comprar el caf a 19
centavos la libra. Resultado: 15,000 libras fueron vendidas en
menos de cinco horas.
han pegado una paliza a' los
ltimos.
2Que no es ste el momen-
to- ms apropiado para poner
las cartas sobre la mesa res-
pecto a Rusia, que es el ver-
dadero enemigo, porque no es-
tamos capacitados pura ello,
cosa que Rusia sabe, de modo
que l no estara traicionando
ningn secreto.
3Que Rusia sabe '.amblen
que a la larga los Estados Uni-
dos ganaran cualquier guerra
a la que ella diera principio.
Probablemente Bradley .'.firma-
r que el llevar la guerra a
territorio de la China comu
nlsta seria un desacierto por lo
que se refiere al lugar, al mo-
mento y al enemigo.
4Pondr en claro !a cues-
tin del "apaciguamiento". Hay
apaciguamiento cuando se ce-
de terreno ante, un enemigo
sin infligirle castigo. Nadie pue
rados.
8e espera que se le hagan
preguntas a Bradley sobre las
bajas sufridas por los Estados
Unidos en la Corea, sobre lo
cual MacArthur ha estado ha-
ciendo hincapi. Se sabe que
Bradley siente profundamente
por lo que a esto se reliere. El
es un general de campaa, que
dirigi la mayor fuerza comba-
tiente de la segunda guenv
mundial.
Se espera que Bradley le en-
tregar un grfico a cada uno
de los senadores que han de in-
terrogarle. Esto presentar las
alternativas del problema es-
tratgico mundial, asi como
plantear la cuestin de si las
Naciones Unidas forzarn una
decisin con el Imperialismo
sovitico y con el comunismo
en el Lejano Oriente, en estos i
momentos, o si se debe ofre-
cerle resistencia al comunismo
Un caso boch
lo& militares
Sobre las altas colinas de Bo-
livia sopla, otra vez. el viento
aciago de la disolucin demo-1
ortica, cuando pareca que
unas elecciones limpias, presi-
didas con indudable decoro,
podran restablecer el equilibrio
politico de las instituciones re-
publicanas. El Presidente U-
rriolagolta. en quien admiraba
mos su espritu de Justicia, ha
sido inferior a las obligaciones
impostergables de su Jerarqua
oficial. Est demostrado que
un hombre de buenas inten-
ciones, pero de carcter dbii
e, ideas maleables, desata mu-
chas veces las mismas convul-
siones que repugnan a su in-
teligencia. No basta con ser
imparcial, Justo y sereno, en un1
momento determinado, si se
claudica, melanclicamente, an-
te las primeras dificultades. Eil
gobernante, como vocero de su
pueblo, no puede aspirar a la'
paa y abandonarse a la vio-
lencia. El magistrado, como en-
carnacin humana de la ley, no
puede exaltarla en unos casos I
y renunciar a ella en otros por
un sentimiento' de cobarda.
Los ltimos acontecimientos
de Bolivia constituyen un epi-
sodio bochornoso en la acciden-
tada historia de la Amrica La-
tina. No hemos visto nunca
con simpata la lersonalidacl
del seor Paz Eatenssoro, con-
tradictorio y verstil. Ni he-
mos logrado explicarnos cabal-
mente cmo el pueblo que se
amotin para derribarlo, junto
con Villarroel, en una san-
grienta revolucin, sea el que
ahora le otorga la confianza
de sus votos electorales. Peru,
cualesquiera que sean sus pro-
gramas o sus antecedentes poco
recomendables, lo cierto es que
l habia alcanzado la mayora
popular en unos comicios de
que el propio gobierno bolivia-
no se sentia orgulloso.
Dentro de la lgica demo-
crtica, el Presidente "Jrrlola-
goitia ha debido respetar y ha-
cer respetar el fallo de las ur-
nas, aunque fuese adverso a
sus ntimos deseos o a sus per-
sonales intereses. Desventura-
damente, crey ms fcil pro-
clamar su impotencia o su
inocencia, al viejo estilo de P-
lalos, que enfrentarse a la pre-
sin de las fuerzas autocrticas
Un Jefe militar ejerce hoy el
poder, y las elecciones, que to- I
do el hemisferio sigui con ex-
ornoso
el de
en Bolivia
plicable ansiedad, han sido ar-
bitrariamente anuladas por el
capricho autoritario de quienes!
no se resignaban al juego es-
pontneo de la opinin pblica.
En Bolivia ha habido un gol-,
pe de Estado. Pero un golpe;
de Estado en el cual se ha
comprometido el Presidente de I
la Repblica, que haba Jurado!
defender la constitucin y a
ley, sin vacilaciones desastro-!
sas. No haba logrado, segn
declaracin, el afianzamiento de i
la paz. Y fundndose en esa!
conviccin sombra, en vez de
luchar por. ella y por la de- j
morrada y por la esencia mis-:
ma de la Repblica, cometi la
inaudita locura de renunciar a
su dignidad de magistrado e-
cunlme y a sus Imperativos
deberes de gobernante.
No. Ese golpe de Estado, con
la participacin inverosmil dei
Ciernan
Platas*
Pora quitar
manchas, es
'/// iiii'k itiiij/ik i
upecas!
Xe/nu" J7/uIi
de decir que los Estados Unido* er> el Lejano Oriente, mientras
riida. que ocurran .y .corno sede los puntos que se espera
que seale:
1Que dondequiera que los
Estados Unidos se han enfren-
tado a los comunistas en la
guerra fra y en la guerra a
tiros en Grecia, en el bloqueo
de Berlin y en la Corea les
se han conducido como apaci-
guadores en la -Corea, porque
aceptaron Inmediatamente "el
reto del enemigo. Y en opinin
de Bradley no es "apacigua-
miento" el tratar de nc exten-
der la guerra a la China y
correr el riesgo de que Rusia
intervenga antes de que los
norteamericanos estemos prepa-
'y ESMALTE PAPA LAS UAS
^SB* DURA GLOSS
^W DURA MAS
se contina mejorando la se-
guridad de la nacin.
Pero cuando hayan termina-
do las vistas en el Senado, que-
dar todava, sobre todo lo de-
ms, esta pregunta:
Cules son las intenciones de
la Unin Sovitica?
Toda vez que nadie puede
responder a ella fuera dei
Kremlin, ninguna de las par-
tes que ha prestado testimonio
en el Senado puede dar una
respuesta definitiva a la misma
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?8. E. don Alcibiades Arosemena. felicita a una de las moradoras de Buena Vista, que recibe
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28Composicin musical.
30El primero.
SiYunque de plateros.
S2De! verbo patear.
33Extremidad de las aves.
34Agrupacin Patritica, Inic
35Nombre de varn.
3frAspirar con el olfato.
J7Parte que se desprende de
la principal.
30Gravoso.
41Del verbo asar
43Madera preciosa.
A*narte de las campnnas.
'"-A'oveJlsta francs.
'"*-" "ucrnr.
dada de Hait.
':'tetr.
-ociaclon Nacional
filantil. Inic.
encialmente puro.
55 Se aUeve.
VERTICALES:
1Punto cardinal.
2Constelacin.
3Narraciones novelescas.
4Dar segunda labor a las
tierras.
5Del verbo osar.
6Infusin.
7Ciudad de Espaa.
8Ninfa del Mediterrneo.
9Extremidades de ciertos
animales.
10Adverbio de modo.
11Nuevo, prefijo.
16Fluido imponderable
18 Rio de Italia.
20Bso otros.
21 Ejercer el voto.
22Jornada.
23Imperativo de orar.
25Filsofo griego.
26Mata de flores rojas.
29Elemento del aire.
32Pelos de un animal
33Del verbo alojar.
35Uva seca.
36 Palo de la baraja espaola
38Progenitura.
40Madera preciosa.
42Letra griega.
44Serpiente venenosa
45Ro de Francia.
46Personaje bblico.
47Fluido aeriforme.
48Existia.
51instituto Nacional, Inic.
Ms de
gilcultura, el mas Important*;
de todos, dio cabida a ms de
diez mil personas y el agasajo,
revisti sumo Inters, donde la
galantera de don Antonio Ta-,
p.nrpulo, director de la Fe-
ra, qued como siempre, porj
encima de todo. En la nista se
verificaron las exhibiciones, que
resultaron importantsimas, des-
filando por ella los mejores;
ejemplares de las azas equi-
nas, bovinas y porcinas. El Ju-
rado compuesto por competen-
tes tcnicos, escogi en medio i
de nutridos aplausos al cam-1
pen de la feria en rara equi-
na, resultando ser el magni-
fico ejemplar de la raza prin-
cipe, criado en los establos del
conocido caballero Enrique Is-
mael Boyd. El famoso caballo
"abolengo" de propiedad de don
Rogelio Arosemena, fue escog'-
db como campen de la feria y
ocuparon primer puesto el ca-
bailo "relmpago" pertenecien-
te al Mayor Alfredo Alemn e
Ikj", del seor Jorge Alemn. >
El pabelln de agricultura
presenta un aspecto agradable
que habla por si solo del em-
peo puesto en prctica por
los tcnicos en su deseo por-
que la Perla de Coln conquls-
Lts fiases ei
el Estomago
fon Peligrosos
r-ara veecer **a afliccin can-
eada por lo cido* producido* por
la mala 4t(*(lB, recomienda
1 uao diarlo d "Ntutracid."
Lo eatomasroa rido loa ell-
an.eoa. porque el celo do cido
irrita laa delicada* merabranaa del
Homaro y ato reaulta frocuon-
temealo ea raalriila. con frecuen-
cia acompasada alo oleora* or al
-i majo do naturaleta pallcroaa.
Loo alimento* oo arlan ereando
eaa pe'.lro*o sao o.u dilata al
Mlftmafo o Interviene con ol fun-
cionamiento normal do loa or-
aanoa Interno* vtale*.
Lo peor que puedo hacerse ea
de tildar rata terla condicin o
tratar de corregirla con la ayuda
de loa dleatlvoa corrlentee que
oa verdad ao llevan a cabo el tra-
bajo do neutralizar lo* cido* es-
tomgale*, fin oambla, consiaa
en frmaela una caja de
Neatracld r. deapade do cada co-
mida, dliuclva una cucharadlta en
eiedio va** d* a na. wt'.t le
re calar A al oatdaaaf. aati frail-
ear el exceao de cido y avi-
lar que (orna* ala moleatarlc
e, forma aleruaa. Bl Neutracld ea
anofaaalva al eetmaao cuaata
aoea y ao voada en toda la far
alacia*, afile* de rerao-.a* )0 uan
r pueden ahora diafrutar de au*
te el puesto que debe conquis-
tar.
Hoy tendr lugar el paseo
por la pista de exhibicin de
todos los campeones que ayer
se llevaron los mejores aplau-
sos del pblico que invadi los
terrenos de la feria en su de-
seo por cooperar Igualmente a
esta brillante actividad que ha-
r eco en los anales histricos
de la prspera ciudad de Co-
ln, que con el' esfuerzo del
Comit Organizador de la Fe-
ria va a la conquista de un
mejor porvenir.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata.
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel 3-1713
WILLYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
para cualquier negocio.
Su costo y ii.aiiteiiimini-
to e inigualable.
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agencia Willy)
NOVILLO SANTA GERTRL'DIS.-He aqu un ejemplar de la
raza Santa Gertrudis que se exhibe en la Feria de Coln y
que llam poderosamente la atencin de los visitantes. Este
ejemplar es de la finca de don Jorge Arlas.
TRONO DE LA REINA.La reina de la Feria, 8. M. Gioconda
Primera, acompaada de sus edecanes y pajes, quienes va
ten el traje tipleo nacional.
DISTINCIN A LA PRESIDENTA. Cna de las clamas del
Comit Organizador de la Feria, entrega a la Presidenta de
la Repblica doa, Eleodora de Arosemena, un ramillete da
flores. Can ella, el Obispo de Coln y el Arzobispo de Panam.
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario Ao. 1680 del Domingo 20 de Mayo de 1951 *
El billete entero comprende 52 fracciones divididas en dos series de 26 fracciones cada una denominadas "A" f "B".
Premio Mayor 3 9 0 7
Segundo Premio 8 6 6 9
B. 52,000.00
B. 15.600.00
Tercer Premio 7 5 0 8 B. 7.800.00
0007
0107
2*7
0307
0407
0507
01,07
0707
0807
0907
i'rcmlo.

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l.'.ti.Od
IMM
IMM
156.00
156*0
IM.M
156.00
I56.M
2.SM.N
N
1007
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1MJ
13*7
14*7
1507
16*7
11*7
IM7
IM7
Premio* \oe Premie. N*a Premio. Naa Pretlo' N* rtala Ka* Pram, lot
8/ V B/ / 8/ >
1360.0 2007 IM.M 30*7 IM.M 4M7 IM.M M*7 IM.M ***7 IM.M
IM.M 21ST IM.M 3107 1M.M 41*7 1MM 5117 IMM 11*7 IM.M
ISSN 2207 IM.M 3207 IM.M 4M7 IM.M 52*7 IM.M 207 1M.M
151,0(1 2307 IM.M SM7 IM.M 4.1*7 IM.M SM7 IM.M 3*7 IM.M
156.00 247 IM.M 34*7 15S.M 44*7 IM.M 5407 IM.M 6407 15*00
156 00 2507 156 00 3507 IM.M 45*7 IM.M SM7 IMM so; IS6.M
156 00 2607 156 00 M07 156 0(1 46(17 IM.M M*7 156.M M*7 IM.M
156.00 2707 IM.M 37*7 156.M 47*7 IM.M 17*7 IMM 707 I56.M
ISM* 2807 ISSM 3807 IM.M 4M7 IM.M 58*7 IM.M 807 IM.M
!.**** -"17 2.SM.M 3907 52.0*0*0 4M7 2,6O*.00 5M7 2.4M.M M7 2.SM.M
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7M7
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72*7
7M7
74*7
7M7
7M7
77*7
78*7
7M7
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/
151. 00
156.110
IM.M
1M.M
IM.M
1M.M
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IMM
IMM
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83*7
84*7
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87*7
8807
89*7
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IM.M
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IM.M
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8/
IM.M
9M7
91*7
M7
*M7
4*7
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M*7
7*7
9807
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IM.M
IM.M
156.00
IM.M
IM.M
IM.M
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M*7 2.SM.M
APROXIMACIONES
PREMIO MAYOR
/
389S IM.N I MM
3199 SM.M 39*1
8/
52* M
520M
39*2
1903
520.
32*.
3M4
3M5
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S2*.M 39M
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8/ 8/
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13* M IMM M68 IM.M M70 IM.M 8873 M74 IM.M 130.00 8675 M7S 1 10 OH 130 0* 8S77 8078 IM.M 13.M
TERCER PREMIO
MI 74M 75M 8/ IMM IM.M IMM 15*8 TMl 7M2 8/ IM.M IM.M IM.M (M8 M3 TM4 8V IM.M IMM IM.M 3M8 7M5 7M 8/ IM.M IM.M IM.M 4SM 7M7 75M 8/ IMM IM.M IM.M > S5M IM.M 7510 IMM 7511 IM.M CM8 8/ IM.M Mi 8/ IM.M MS 751 7517 8/ IM.M IM.M IMM
7I2 7S13 1M.M IMM 7514 75IS IM.M IM.M
Los premios del Sorteo del domingo fueron vendidos asi: primero, segundo y tercero en Panam.
Los novecientos billetes enteros terminados en 7 y na comprendido., en la lista precedente estn premiados eon
cincuenta v Des Balboas (B/52.0*).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta v do fracciones Que componen las dos serles "A" y "B".
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam, LEOPOLDO H. MAZZOLA.
___ El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro, MARIO H. CAL.
rEHTIOOS:
Alcldes E. EcheversCdula No. 47-4378. El Notarlo Segundo del Circuito de Panam PABLO A. PINEL
Vctor F. GrberCdula No. 8-32751. RICARDO FABREGA JR. Secretario pro-tempore.
NO! A ml If lev premiado* con la aillm cifra < ca la do ultima
** "'a e derivarn unlramenie del Prtmln Mayor.- Kl Premio
May mi y lo> Premie Zn y lu e ortearia .rearadamrnlr la. aprmrlmacle-
ne a derivara* de k Premio* Mayor, taanada Tana** O al ** de
que un hlllele rebulle aerarlado ron dlatlnlo. oremln. el Doaeedoi de eae
"lllrie ileae darerh* a nue la aaa auado. laa amala* oaei a raaahare
irraelada
SORTFO DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO M DE MAYO DE 1IS1
Sorteo Numera Trescientos Ochenta y Una
Primer Premio.... 07
Segundo Premio... 69
Tercer Premio.... 08
trarrida
/
11.00
3.00
2.00
Mtett
%t
220.00
60.00
4O.00
lyoa premio, e p.|ar*n a la Bar asun u. I.KIa Oficial de Panama ea la Ofl.
rlna de la latera Nacional 1* Benelceael* Huerta en la Aeonlda Ceatral
Plan del Sorteo Ordinario No. 1681 qne se ha de
celebrar el 27 de Mayo de 1151:
El billete calero comprende 52 fravOone* dividido en da*
traectoaei cada ana denominada- "A* '"
PBKMIO MAYOR
l Premie Mayar, orle A 8. de ..8/ *.*
1 Saajund* Piemio. arta A ,.... I.M0
I Tercer Premio eria a 8. de----- t.(MM cada arle
M.waa** cada aerie
I.M4KM cada crie
1M8M
11 Apmolraaalon*. arle A da... J*}-** c,d* **'1*
~ da.......... UNN cada arle
Piaaihn trtaa A *
ti eremina aCrMW A *
Mo Premio arid* A *
1* Aproxunaclooea aerlae
I Piil** arla A 8
3 m C"1
da.
da.......... MM cad* arle
SEGUNDO PBKWO
A 8 da MM cada tan*
de
IMM cada alie
1 Aproxtmacici
Premie tarla* A 1
t.*S4 P*.
nCKCER PBKMIO
i A y 8. d* B/ >2 Oti cada re
i da.......... 7SJ*i cada arle
de
B' 2.000 Ot
1S.0OO0C
.too 01
Mcom
23.400.01
I4 04OOI
M. 000 W
8/ U40VI
2.340*1
8/ i.*;*.*
1.404.*
Precia de an billete entera...........
Precio de un *)uincaMslmo secundo
ratal........ B'.its.ms.*
.......B'tti.H
...... .5
_________


LUNES. MAYO 21, 1951
O. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INUCriNDIBNTt
PAOINA UNCO
Informe* para esta seccin se reciben en la
IKedaccin Rociad
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono S-31U
HORAS: l:Ni li:H *M.
tuiuo m
Almuerso en El Panam
En honor de S.E. el Embaja-
dor en el Ecuador, seor Alberto
Alemn quien desde hace varios
das se encuentra en nuestra
capital. S.E. el Embajador del
Ecuador, seor Sixto Duran Ba-
ilen ofreci el sbado un al-
muerzo en el hotel El Panama.
Cocktail
Para agasajar a un ir upo de
sus amistades, el seor Osear
Muller y seora ofrecieron el
sbado un cocktail en su resi-
dencia en Bella Vista.
De Costa Rica
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a 8.E. el emba-
jador de Mxico en Costa Rica,
seor Manuel de Negrl y seo-
ra Maruja M. de de Negrl quie-
nes llegaron de San Josa con el
fin de pasar una temporada vi-
sitando al seor charles H.
Crawford y seora Anita E. de
Crawford.
De Europa
Grata estada le deseamos a la
seora Mercedes Oallndo de
Hoffmann, quien procedente de
Suiza se encuentra en Panam
en donde pasar una tempora-
da visitando a sus familiares.
No DUERME Bien?
Pues tmese una taza de POSTl 1M
preparada con agua o lacho calien-
to antea de acostarse, y dormir'
cono un lirn! POSTUM no con-
dene cafena. Compre
POSTUM hoy mismo y
disfruto da un sueo
tranquilo!
Del Canad
Desde hace varios dias se en-
cuentra en nuestra capital, vi-
sitando a sus familiares, la se-
ora Emma Quelquejeu de Car-
vajal. La saludamos cordlalmen-
te.
De los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en los Estados Uni-
dos, se encuentran de nuevo en-
tre nosotros el seor Clillord
B. Maduro y seora, acompa-
i**S<
gZxT^
. u.v
f AH, QUE BUENO
-yqubueb
para Ud. tambienl
? Deliciosas y ^fltfl""
HOJIUS DE AViNA 3-M1NUT0S
En todo el mundo lot nios prefieren Iss
Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minuroi. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les gusta su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego srvase muta' tambin un plato
de un alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno.

PARA LAS NOVIAS DE JUNIO..
4da Ttujeialiada ddflmc
ARREGLE SU RECAMARA
CON LOS AAAS PRECIOSOS MUEBLES
LA MEJOR CAOBA-
LA AAAS ESMERADA FABRICACIN*
Sk$ /
MUEBLERIfl
fiados de tu hijo Douglas. Lot
aludamos.
Regres de Nueva York en
donde pas varias semanas visi-
tando a sus familiares la seo-
rita Rita Simmons. Le presen-
tamos un cordial saludo de bien
venida.
Saludamos atentamente a la
Madre Marte Camilla drene
Quelquejeu), quien procedente
de Nueva York se encuentra
desde hace varios das entre
nosotros.
Aniversario de Matrimonie
rellenamos cordlalmente al
seor Zoslmo Ouardla P. y seo-
ra Rublla V. de Guardia quienes
cumplen hoy dos ao* de casa-
do*.
Celebran en esta fecha el
cuarto aniversario de su matri-
monio el seor Ricardo Levy D
y seora Cristina 8. de Levy. Los
felicitamos.
Enferme*
Be encuentra delicado de ta-
lud en el Hospital Oorgas, S.E.
el Embajador de Mxico en Cos-
ta Rica, seor Manuel de Negrl.
Pronta mejora le deseamos.
Completo restablecimiento le
deseamos al seor Pablo Arose-
mena, quien se encuentra reclu-
do en la Clnica San Femando.
Ojal mjore pronto.
Formulamos votos por el pron-
to restablecimiento del mftd
Carlos de la Ouardla Preciado,
quien sufre quebrantos de salud
en la clnica San Fernando.
Matrimonio
Ayer contrajeron matrimonio
laesplritual seorita Eneida Isa-
za Prez y el culto caballero
Charles Edward Boston, oticlal
de la Fuerza Area.
Fueron padrinos de esta buda
don Tiberio Isaza (padre de la
novia) y la seorita Ana Teresa
Iaaza. Don Arturo Rodriguez y
seora Alicia L. de Pupo, don
Abelardo Prez y seorita Car-
lota Sucre. Don Francisco Ro-
drguez y seora Ligia P. de Ro-
drguez; Dr. Euseblo Prez y se-
ora Dora E. de Prez; Lie Da-
goberto Prez H. y seora Ce-
cilia P. de Prez; Don Pedro
Pereira y seora Julia P. de
Pereira; seor y seora K. L.
Oood Miller; seor y seora J.
Bates.
El padre de la novia, don Ti-
berio Isaza I. ofreci un brindis
en su residencia despus de la
ceremonia, acto que se llev a
cabo en forma estrictamente
privada
Agasajo
Celebrar maana el mejor de
tus das la Sra. Julia Guerrero y
con tal motivo sus familiares le
brindarn un agasajo. Vayan
para ella nuestras sinceras feli-
citaciones.
Cumpleaos de Bey
Seor Tereslta A. de Cookt.
Seora Aura O. de Rivera
Seor Ral Espinosa
Joven Ramn Cardse Fabreza
Joven Carlos A. Daz Jr.
Nia Mercedes Lasso de la Ve-
la.
Nia Iris Aleida Forero
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Mercedes V. de Guar-
dia.
Seor Marco Antonio de Ju-
nen P.
Nia Carmen Julia de Oba-
rrio Vlggiano
Nia Itabel Diaz de la Ossa.
Nia Maria Elena Dubois de
la Ouardla.
Religiosa
En la Santa Iglesia de Catedral
Solemne ejercicio de las CUA-
Rli'iTAS HORAS los dias 25. 28
r 27 A las a y 30. Exposicin
de Su Divina Majestad que per-
manecer todo el da a la Ado-
racin d los fieles.
A las 4.00 Hora anta.
Se advierte que *' ji:r. -s 24
festividad re Corpvi Cu.lstl
obliga el precepto de 1st misa y
y en la Catedral a las mismas
hor^s de los domingo, I, T, I. 9
10. Adema el Santsimo estar
expuesto solemnemente desde
las 6.00 hasta las 10.30 a.m
KLIM
s sitmprt di
calidad utr "forme
AVE.CENTRAL YCAIL6 21 E.-.VTELS. 2-1830
Y 2-1833
LICHE
J^^SsJ"*^B
KLIM
La Preferida en Tt>sl ti Mundo
Tr Ii.1 SaMn.Cav*. IH, B*tfC.
REMITIDO
ST" PANAMA. R., F, JUaTOS, 17 PE MAYO PE 1H1 c.

** No sabemos cul fu el hbil, acertado y
feliz fotgrafo que capt la fotografa en la que
la seorita Yolanda Patino, encaramada en un
automvil, expuesta a desnucarse, sobresali del
Srupo de mujeres panameas y dirigindose al
efe de la Fuerza Pblica, en la maana angus-
tiosa del 10 de Mayo le increp: "DECDASE CO-
MANDANTE!"__(Se referia al Comandante que
por la noche se habla decidido, y por la madru-
gada se habla "ds-decidido" y le ech un bal-
de de agua helada a la ciudadana cuando en
La Estrella sall la noticia de la "ch p'atrs",
^rque los Comandantes vallarlno j Floras t-
ban decididos hacia rata).
** Esa simblica fotografa, que habla por ti
sola, debe distribuirse profusamente por las es-
cuelas y colegios.Debe mandarse a nuestras le-
gaciones y consulados; debe enviarse a las Es-
cuelas que en otros pases se llaman "Repbli-
ca de Panam"; debe el fotgrafo regalarnos -
na, en original.
* Esa fotografa es un smbolo, es una ex-
presin elocuente de la mujer panamea.81, co-
mo dicen, y la iniciativa tiene nuestro apoyo
lrrestrlcto, te ta a levantar un monumento a la
Mujer Panamea, ningn cuadro mejor y ms
representativo que ese, de esa joven valiente, li-
bertada de todo prejuicio, dirigindose al Jefe
de la Polica, frente a un cuartel erizado de ba-
yonetas y ametralladoras y exigindole que se
amarre los pantalones y que tome el ejemplo de
las mujeres all reunidas sin ningn temor y
dispuestas a todo, dlcindole en sto resuello
v magnifico "COMANDANTE. DECDASE O LAR-
GUISE!" O "Decdase ahora y largese des-
Iius!".Nosotros sugeriramos como parte de la
eyenda en el pedestal en este monumento que
1 debe la Patria a la Mujer Panamea, esta es-
trofa parafraseada del poema de Lpez (espa-
ol) Intitulado "t de Maye":.
"La virgtn con patrie ardor
ansi! salta del lacho;
el nio bebe en el pecho
odio a muerte al "dictador".
La madre mata su *mor
y, cuando calmado est,
grita al hijo qua se va:
"Pues que la Patria lo quiere,
nzate al combate y muere!
Tu madre te vengar!''
Comisiones Femeninas de
RENOVACIN
POPULAR
AUTENTICA
GOCE DE LAS DELICIAS DE UN PASEO !
Con una pequea cuota semanal
adquierg una
BICICLETA Inglesa
de fama mundial "Vikillf"
y si 14 suerte le favorece
ouede ser suya por poco dinero!
CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
Avenida Ccntnl 91
Puede tornarse en enconada lucha
Poltica la investigacin sobre
destitucin de MacArthur
limitada tlgnlfique el derrama-
miento casi interminable da
sangre con crecientes bajas i
teamrlcanat.
I
WAiHINOTON, mayo U.
UP. Es "muy probable" que
el General Douglas MacArthur
sea llamado nuevamente a com-
parecer ante la comisin mixta
del Senado que examina la des-
titucin del General.
La declaracin la hizo el Pre-
sidente de la Comisin, Richard
Russell, mientras que '.as acu-
saciones de "impudlemo" ame-
nazan destruir la unidad de la
comisin y convertir la encues-
ta en una enconada lucha po-
ltica.
Los cargos de 'impudlsmo" los
hizo contra Russel y los dem-
cratas del comit el Senado*
Republicano Alexander Wiley
en una carta calificada por
ste de "respetuosa", relativa a
la negativa del Presidente Tru-'
man de revelar las conversado
nt confidenciales con el Oe-
nral Omar Bradley, /efe del
Estado Mayor .Central.
Rutsell, evidentemente furio-
so ante lo que considera una
maniobra poltica, dijo que "he
tratado de mantener esta in-
vestigacin dentro de la comi-
sin cuanto ha sido posible" pe-
ro no cerr la puerta a la po-
sibilidad de contestar la acu-
sacin en detalle hoy, cuando
se reanude el Interrogatorio de
Bradley.
La reaparicin de MacArthu
no es inesperada. Despus de.
. > i.....i
comparecer ste, el Secretario
d Defensa. George Marshall,
revel que MacArthur, por lo
menos por una carta personal
del Presidente Traman, estuvo
ntimamente informado de los
objetivos de las Naciones Uni-
das en Corea.
Marshall y Bradley han ne-
gado la declaracin de MacAr-
thur de que Estados Unidos
desarrolla "una poltica vacia'
en Corea y que la continuado:)
de la actual'poltica de guerra
l*eaaerrAi.. .can Unaris os-
strulda, la garganta irritada,
al pocho adolorido. Pero, al
acostarla
Club a su gusto!
Suscrbase en la
joyera panamea
DORITA
(Ave. Central .11)
Amplio rartsi*.
galo de Badas.
Relejas CYMA y OMEOA.
Suaves como
jna caricia
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Clinics San remand* (Tal. l tete
Dr. EDGARDO BURGOS
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inhalado, .'aeitan la HN
clin y deiconaemonan las
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LUNES, MAYO SI, mi
I
NO hay mejor Via para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc.
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras
3* por cada
palabra adicionui.
S VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pintura y etnalleJ
extra brillantes a pruebo de mcho.
B 3 25 goln Al-nocenes Tropidu-
re.
.SERVICIO LEWIS
A TlveU Na t
tl t-ati
KMrSKO DE LE88EPS
rarac m
riuM
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Av. 4 t Jalla
Tel. 1-41
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave. Meleadts 1I.M
Tal MSColoa
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla U Oeata Na. M
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle H' Na 17 Fanana
*. Ceatral 12-17* Cola*
SI VNDIN:Clerei. tahea efra.
cara aceaelado. ris-Tes 'eartan
nlodar aaro cialae raiatl made-
r<, lav.minoi eicuiodot. art. a
le precio* mu bajae an plato.
AGENCIAS GLOSALIS. Vea !*-
a, ilefndo a Juan Frasca. Tal.
3-15*3.________________________
SE VENDE: __ Incubador elctrico.
Tel 3-0253.
Vendemos sacos usados de henequn.
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N..
S. A. Fbrica de Mosaicos, Ave
Cubo No. 8. ___
Vendemos y cortamos vidrios de to-
cios tamaos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N S. A. Fbrica de
Mosaicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plstico, pego de todo contra to-
do. CA. BHJLCICIO GONZALEZ
N., S. A. Fabrico de Mosoicos.
Ave. Cubo No. 8.______________
SE VENCE:Gango! coja fuerte con
compartimiento Burglar Proof a-
rfsntro. Dos combinaciones. Ca.
BEST de Llaves y Cerroduros. Ave.
Tivoli No. 12.__________________
SE.VENDE:Llantas usados 750 x
20 900 x 20, mangueras de
aire, agua. Todos tamaos. Ger-
nimo de la Ossa, Intra.
El canal d. Panam solicita pro-
puestos para el suministro de 20,-
OC0 BMFT de modero d cedro,
bajo propuestas selladas paro
obrirse a las 10:30 de lo maana
del 5 de uni de 1951. Se puede
obtener el formulorio No. 394 del
despacho del Superintendente de
Almacenes en Balboa, telfono 2-
2777. ____
S* recibirn propuestas selladas has-
ta el dia lo. de junio de 1951. so-
' bre mquinos de escribir marca
Underwood y Royal. Se pueden ob-
tener los formularios de propues-
tos del despacho del Superinten-
dente de Almacenes en Bolboa.
telfono 2-2777. y de los Alma-
cenes de Cristbal, telfono 3-
1265.___________________________
SE VENDE: Mquina de escribir
Royol. Buenos condicionas. Taller
' Hidalgo Tel. 2-2144. Calle 15
Este Ne. 6.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicee
SE VENDE:Un estoblacimiento bo-
rato por motiva de viaje. Colle
13 Salsipuedes, casa 14, estable-
cimiento 4.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENCE: Un bellsimo lote de
2,000 M2 en calle la. y calle
arribo en el verdadero' Altos del
Golf, en esquina en olto con vista
hacia el mar y hacia el Golf,
frente o la residencia del Sr. Mar-
tnez. Ocurra Avenido Norte No.
10. Tal. 2-1602. Federico Mari-
chol Boyd.
SE VENDE:Corro Chevrolet 1950
cuatro puertas nuevo, con llantas
de repuesto, no fue ganado en la
rifa del Club de Leones de. Id
Chorrero, 200 millos recorridas.
Informes en la estacin Lorn-
nago en la Chorrero, B. 1,500
cash.
Un anuncio pequeo con grandes
Ofertas. Lotes de todos tmanos en
tedas las Urbaniiacior.es a precios
realmente bajos. Vistenos perso-
nalmente y convenase de lo
asombroso de nuestra oferta.
Wolff y Co. Ltda., Colle 5a., 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Increblemente baroto.
1,500 metros terreno, Carosquillo,
costado Escuela Puerto Rico, a B.
1.00, Avenida B No. 73.
SF VENCE:Por B.2,000.00 con fo-
cilidades de pago un Packard en
excelentes condiciones de dos
puertas, con Montas blancas, cu-
bre asientos / con 7.300 millos re-
corridas. Infrmese en la Ca. Ge-
neral de Seguros, S. A. de 8:00
o. m. o I :00 p. m. 2-2040.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y calle 43
Este, llama 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en ca-
lla 45 No'. 34, con muebles o sin
muebles.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento planta
bajo, caso de madera. Son Fran-
cisco. $35.00. Informes Tel. 3-
2127.
ZE VENDECamin de reporto mar-
ca Internotionol, modelo 1947 en
buenas condiciones. Comuniqese
con lo Broniff Airways, Avenida
Tivoli No. 18, o llame al telfono
2-2102 durante horas de oficina.
SE V-NDE:Mercadito Sonta Ana.
abarroteria, carnicera y refres-
quera. Calla 14 Oeste No. 57.
LECCIONES
Aprenda Piano y Guitarra en 6 me-
ses. Se .dan clases a domicilio. Es-
cobar. Tal. 2-2563.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Magnifica cama turca
'y dos comas dobles de hierro, muy
baratas. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto y servicio
independiente, a caballares de bue-
nas costumbres. Via Espaa No.
36. Apto. F.
:"'


E VENDE:Tinocos reglomentarios,
bebederos pora pollos a buen pre-
cio. Hojalatera Calle Coln No.
46. prximo. Caf Sitton.
Truman pidi
'ireso con medalla* por actos
te valor en Corea. Truman vio
desfilar durante 75 minutos a
los soldados en uniforme de
rom bate con bazookas, lanza-
llamas, ametralladoras, artille-
ra pesada y camiones blinda-
eos.
Oetenido el avance
illa de Wake el 8 de agosto de
1945.
Los caones de IS pulgadas
'.el acorazado estuvieron lan-
zando proyectiles de una to-
nelada contra las lnea? de a-
basteclmiento de los comunistas
en la costa oriental.
Los chinos reanudaron sus
Intenciones de avance en el
l rente central oriental ayer,
despus de una calma de 24
horas. Los comunistas tomaron
ventaja de las nubes 'ajas pa-
ra apresurar reservas al frente
y reforzar sus abatidas tropa.;
de choque que iniciaron la o-
lensiva el jueves.
Una vez ms los chinos ata-
caron a la Segunda Divisin,
iendo ste el objetivo princi-
pal de la ofensiva.
El Mayor General Clark L.
Ituffner, comandante de la Se-
cunda Divisin dijo que sta
le haba causado 25,000 muer-
es a los rojos durante el in-
tento inicial de los comunistas
de acabar con la divisin.
La carnicera comenz nue-
vamente tan pronto como las
tropas comunistas comenzaron
J taque a la lnea de la Se-
SE VENDE:_Pick-up Codge 47, 1
tonelada. En perfectas condiciones.
Pare informes casa No. 46, Mario
Eugenio, Chilibre.
SE VENDEN:Autobuses Chevrolet
de metal de diferentes tamaos y
an perfectas condiciones mecni-
cas. Facilidades de pago. Garage
Vollarino. R0 Abajo. Tel. 3-3059.
Si ait intereaae en un buen carra
Hataje, venga a la AGENCIA NASH
y WILLYS.
Varia* modeles y marcas difarante!
de las cuales escoger.
PAGO INICIAL BAJO
FACILIDADES DE PAGO
Antas da comprar vea le que ofrece-
mos.
CA. CY1NOS S. A.
Un*, cuadra 4*1 cruct Tivoli
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento recin
pintado en calle la. No. 9, por
solo B.60.00. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Pequeo apartamen-
to amoblado, recmara, comedor
v cocina con lu y gas. Calle 45
No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:A persona responsa-
ble, apartamento amoblado, de
solo-comedor, recmara, bao,
cocina, refrigeradora y telfono.
Edificio Nuevo Tivoli, Calle Ro-
chet 14, apartamento 3-B. entre
Avenida Tivoli y Calle Estudian-
te. Precio razonable. Verlo de 3
o 6.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento chico,
matrimonio solo. Avenida Central
115. Vea Miguel, 10 o 4 p. m.
oltos edificio.
SE ALQUILA
lasas
SE ALQUILA:Espacioso residencia,
completamente amoblodo. en lote
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de I.
000 metros de csped y lordin.' 3
recmoras con dos baos. 2 ha-
bitaciones paro el servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocino
grande. desayunador, vestbulo;
comedor, sala, oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situado entre Paitilla
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o ms tiempo y es-
tora listo el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
SE ALQUILA: Cholet completo-
mente amoblado. B. 150.00. Lla-
mar al Tel. 3-2541.
/ *
$k y
^w"TH
*\\ \R*
m)
fif*
SE NECESITA:Cocmerq. que duer-
ma en el frabaio. Calle 30 No. 7.
SE NECESITA:Cocmerq qu lave
adems, pora 4 personas, referen-
cias. Tel. 3-3182.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ofi-
cios domsticos. Dirjase al Soln
de Belleza Meri. Calle Estudian-
te y Domingo Das.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que duer-
mo n el trabajo. Avenida Justo
Arosemena No. 45 Apio. 2. Forni-
da Achurra.
SE ALQUILA:--Una casita. Colla 44
No. 4. Al lodo, en el Convento Vi-
sitacin, Hove e informes preCio.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet moderno de
sola, comedor, dos recmaras, es-
paciosa cocina, un porch, y un
garage y servicio poro empleado
en lo Avenida Primara No. 6 de la
Urbanizacin 'El Carmen", cerco
el comisariato "Vio Espag" tar-
eera cosa mano Izquierda, pregun-
te por Mauricio Halph'en, Tel. 3-
2585.
SE NECESITA: Empleada serio,
responsable, para trabajo general
de casa. Buen sueldo. Ocurra es-
qufno colle 7o. y Ave. 5a Son
Francisco, o pregunte for Silvero.
Bonco Nocional de Panam.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Empleada con expe-
riencia, paro barrer y tropeor. 3
horas en maanas. Academia Mer-
cantil, altos Farmacia Preciado.
NECESITO:Muchacha de 14 15
oos pora ayuda de oficios doms-
ticos. Informes calle 45 E. Casa
No. 7. apartamento 15, de 8-12
a. m. y 5 7 p. m.
SE NECESITAN:Dos empleadas se-
nas, pora trabajo general de ca-
sa. Deben dormir en el trabajo.
Calle 15 Poitillo No. 117.

7jC por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Id. obtener
una magnifica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo 75c
diarios
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad:
Central 223 Calidenia
Tel. 2-liSI
"MEDIAS" NT'EVAS.La actriz
Jeane I.orhrider se pinta en sus
piernas los diseos de las me-
dias caras. Para tal obra de arte
us lpiz de cejas, maquillaje y
lpiz labial.___________________
gunda Divisin, la cual fue re-
forzada con tropas oraeame-
rlcanas y surcoreanas en an-
ticipacin al ataque.
Los rojos lanzaron su ofensi-
va desde un punto al Oeste
de Hangye a 13 millas al Sur
del Paralelo 38 y 16 millas al
sureste de Chunchon a on pun-
to al noreste de Pungnam a
35 millas i ~ la costa.
En la -ir.ana de hoy los
comunistas lanzaron teia ata-
ques separados.. Una punta de
lanza penen o en la linea alia-
da al Este de Pungnam, pero
los contraataques aliados sella-
ron ambas penetraciones, al
menos temporalmente, v evita-
ron el avance.
La artillera barri con los
chinos, mientras que la avia-
clon acabo con las tropas que
trataron de penetrar a travs
de los valles.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera para dos.
Ave. Ecuador No. 16.
SE NECESITA: Empleada. Buen
sueldo. Colle tomn Valds No. I.
segundo piso, apartamento No., 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ofi-
cios domsticos. Ave. 4 de Julio
No. 61. Floristera Sonta F.
Excelente oportunidod vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hable Ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
ria. Sueldo y comisin 8,150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bozor Americano. Central
No. 25. Panam.
SE NECESITAN Agentes vende-
dores, hombres y mujeres, trabajo
bien remunerado, y de porvenir. "El
guila Imperial" Compaa de
Seguros de Vida, S. A. Ave. Cen-
tral No. 39, Oficinas 403 y 404.
Solamente de 8 a.m. a 9 a.m.
SE NECESITA:Dependiente con ex-
periencia comercial. Zopotera In-
fantil. Colle 14 Oeste No. 65, no
llame por telfono.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
Se fund
visita oficial al Excelentsimo
seor Presidente de la Rep-
blica v al Ministro de Agri-
cultura, para ponerse a sus
rdenes en plan de coopera-
cin con la labor aercola y
pecuaria de la Administra-
cin.
ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente pa-
ra tanos loclas cntricos an toa
altos de Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdico Solicitan Infor-
macin en Almacenes 5 v 10 can-
rovos.
Locales comerciales en Mariono Aro-
semena y Super Mercado Colido-
mo; tambin en Rio Abajo,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutoud.
Tel. 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Local pora oficina,
arriba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Locol cntrico, es-
pecialmente acondicionado pora ol-
macn, depsito, oficina. Ocurro
"La Democrocia." Ave. Norte No.
61.
SE ALQUILA --Amplio locol otras de
el Jardn Tropical. Muy buen pre-
cio. Ocurra a la carretero o al
Billar.

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BA*0 PRIVADO. Montr II.
mascota del porta-aviones Mon-
terrey, es el mis orrullo*o de
rus tripulantes, pues es el nico
con bae privado.

SE VENDE:
2 WILLYS STATION
WAGONS,
1947. en perfectas Condicio-
nes. Buenas Llantas. Precio:
B.900.00 y B. 1000.00.
Agencias Nash y Wllys
Tel. 2-ITP
GUIA
COMERCIAL
EXIJA SIEMPRE
ACEITE
ELDORADO
< SE VENDE
EN GALONES
Y EN TAMAOS CHICOS
Aceite Eldorado
De venta en
EL BATURRO
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. N0VEY,1NC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-014*
Ciudad de Panam
Alambre de Puerco
y de Gallinero...
Champas...
Coas...
en todos los tamaos.
Ricardo A. Mir,
ti
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-26*0
Los pilotos comunistas mejoran
su tcnica de anate en Corea
Per Ray Palk
(NANA)
XITOLa cantante Careie
Sten ha recibido miles de cartas
de soldados ene combaten en
Corea, pidindole fotografas co-
mo sta, la cual apareci en la
revista del ejrcito.
Un "El A riso Oportuno'
PERSIANAS PORRAS
sv
a TELONES DE ALUMINIO
a TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 2-3*97 Panam
Bicicletas Inglesas
ROYAL ENFIELD
Todos los tamaos.
Tel. 2-2847
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SOS ORDENES
Rio Abajo #2154 Tel 3-0524.
Almacn Calle "I" #
Tel 2-1142
REPARACIONES I
TENEMOS TODA CLASE
DE
MADERA
CONSLTENOS f
Ave. Norte 13 Tel. t-Nl*
Calle Martin Sosa Ne. S
Tel. 3-1424
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Vil Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150.?

/
TOKIO, mayo 21. .
; Los pilotos comunistas de aero-
planos de propulsin e chorro
estn aprendiendo rpidamente,
mejorando constantemente su
tcnica de combate y han eli-
minado ya algunos de los avio-
nes de bombardeo norteameri-
canos B-2 del cielo de Corea.
Han mejorado en disciplina y
en experiencia, dicen los avia-
dores norteamericanos que ope-
ran a treinta mil pies de al-
tura y a seiscientas millas por
hora. Los pilotos comunistas
nunca se aventuran al Sur de
Pyongyang, capital de Corea
Septentrional, de modo que
cuando uno de sus aviones de
propulsin a chorro es destro-
zado, cae detrs de las lneas
rojas. Por esta razn los tcni-
cos norteamericanos no han te-
nido oportunidad de examinar
debidamente un modelo MIO-
19, que es el tipo de avin que
usan los rusos y los coreanos.
Como dijo un general norte-
americano, "los comunistas rea-
lizan su juego en su propio pa-
tio''.
Tambin esto ha impedido
que sean identificados los pi-
lotos. La fuerza area norte-
americana cree que la mayora
de ellos son chinos, con al-
gunos rusos y japoneses y qui-
z hasta alemanes y polacos.
Pero todava no ha sido cap-
turado ninguno, ni recogido
ningn cadver de aviador y
no se tiene seguridad sobre es-
to.
El MIG-15 es un aeroplano
ms pequeo y liviano que el
F-M, que es el avin mas r-
pido que los norteamericanos
tienen en Corea. Ss ms veloz
Los dos aparatos tienen sllue
tas similares.
H armamento del vin ru-
so consiste en un can de 3"
j milmetros y dos de 20 mili-
I metros. Estos caones son me-
nos rpidos que las ametra-
Iladoras de 50 milmetros de
los F-86. Los tcnicos norte-
j americanos ad m i t e n que el
MIG-15 es un buen aeroplano,
producto de un notorio adelan-
! to cientfico. Es, dicen, un a-
vln bien diseado, aunque de
construccin algo tosca.
Cuando ocurrieron los prime-
ros combates areos, en Corea,
los pilotos norteamericanos cla-
sificaron a sus enemigos de
| "aficionados". Su capacidad de
fuego era casi nula y parecan
perder con facilidad el con tro:
de los aparatos.
Pero ahora las cosas han
cambiado. Los aviadores corea-
nos o rusos o chinos o lo
que sean, sacan todo el pro-
vecho posible a su situacin
Cuando son perseguidos, se re-
montan ms all del rio Yal,
i al "santuario" manchuriano
Son ellos, por lo tanto, quie-
nes deciden si van a pelear o
no. puesto que est prohibido
a los aviadores norteamericanos
volar sobre Manchuria.
, Los MI se desprenden de sus
tanques adicionales de las alas
al lanzarse sobre las formacio-
nes de bombarderos norteame-
ricanos y cuando la lucha se
pone demasiado dura, empren-
den la retirada. Como los avio-
nes norteamericanos tienen que
volar por lo menos trescientas
millas para presentar batalla,
el enorme consumo de combus-
tible limita el tiempo que pue-
den permanecer en la zona de
combate.
En el verano pasado la fuer-*'
za area norteamericana enva-*
ba a un solo B-2* en misin,
especial. Pero esto ya no pue-
de ser hecho. Ahora tienen qua
Ir en grupos de cuatro, por lo
menos, escoltados por varios!
aeroplanos de combate de pro-
pulsin a chorro. i
Los comunistas siguen pre-J
parando campos de aterrizaje
! en el Norte de Corea, aunque
, no se sabe para qu. Tal vea
se les haya prometido envlar-
' les ms aviones. Tal vez es-
Kran obligar a las fuerzas de
i Naciones Unidas a retro-
ceder tan al Sur que 'as bases
manchuranas ya no podran
ser utilizadas.
Aqu se cree que an cuando
los comunistas lograran com-
pletar los nuevos aerdromos
a pesar de los continuos ata-
ques aliados, no podran llevan
a ellos las enormes cartidadej
de combustible necesarias, por?
caminos y ferrocarriles expues-
tos a continuos bombardeos, i
------------------------------------- |
m as BOCHORNOSO
Presidente Urrlolagoitia, es alga
que nadie se atrevera a just i'
ficar. SI lo hubiesen sacada
violentamente, si la libertad hu-
biese sido sacrificada a pesa*
suyo, si las elecciones hubie-
sen sido desconocidas contra sil
propsito, si todo el andamia
Je legal y constitucional se hu-
biese destruido, no con el asen-
timiento, sino con la indigna'
da y dinmica protesta del go-
bernante, el Presidente Urrlo-*
lagoitia habra escrito una p-
gina de honor en los anales de
la vida americana.
Entre el resultado de unal
elecciones limpias y el impone
de las armas, triunf la fuer-
za absolutista, que dice crec
en la democracia, pero que co-
mienza por rebelarse contra suj
manifestaciones vitales. Que el
seor Paz Estenssoro no era
del gusto de quienes detenta*
ban el poder? A nosotros tam-
poco nos convence su figiiij
poltica. Pero el seor Paz Ehj
tenssoro. por encima de sus de*
fectos, habia resultado vicio-
rioso en el gran plebiscito o4
unas elecciones legtimas. Y, en
las democracias, donde rige e|
juego Ubre de la opinin, lout
al gobernante atenerse al man-
dato de, las urnas, cualquiera
que sea. La, voluntad del pue-
blo es soberana. Y, hasta aho-
ra, no se ha encontrado nin-
gn procedimiento mas equi-
tativo para consultarla que el"
sufragio universal expresado si
travs de unos comicios Inta-
chables, con garantas para lo-
dos los ciudadanos, sin nin-
guna excepcin Inicua.
Hora amarga esta que atra-
viesa la noble repblica boli-
viana, cuyas esperanzas de es-
tabilidad poltica se ven. nue-
vamente frustradas. La demo-
cracia sufre otro eclipse, qu
nos duele en el corazn a to-
das los buenas americanos.
Los multares
mar difcil qur obedeciera las rdenes del Estado Mayor".
"Ya ene el Estado Mayor haba decidido limitar el con-
flicto a Corea y evitar la tercera guerra mundial, se hacia
necesario nombrar un Comandante ene obedeciera mas al
control de Washington".
"MacArthur no cumpli la orden presidencial de que sus
declaraciones sobre la poltica militar fueran aprobadas pre-
viamente antes de hacerlas pblicas. Adems, actu indepen-
dientemente al proponer negociar directamente con el ene-
migo un armisticio e hizo pblicas esas declaraciones a pesar
ue saba que el Presidente estaba considerando tal proposi-
cin a travs de los canales gubernamentales.
Bradley se refiri, indudablemente, a las declaraciones de
MacArthur el 24 de Marro ofreciendo entrevistarse con el
Comandante Chino en Corea para discutir los trminos de
un tregua.
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LUNES, MATO ti, 1H1
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDIMNDIfNT
PAGINA SIETI
Los Directores De Nuestro Deporte
Tratan Hoy Importantes Mejoras
Los Presidentes de
Fed. y Comisiones se
renen esta noche
Esta noche tendr lugar una
importante reunin de lo Presi-
dentes de la Federaciones y Co-
misiones Naclonale con el Di-
rector General de Educacin ri-
sica con el propsito de tratar
y acoidar asuntos de gran im-
pertancla para el mejor desa-
rrollo oc nuestro deporte.
La Agenda preparada para
esta noche es la siguiente:
1Estatutos
aAfiliacin Internacional
3Allllacln Locale* ....
4ficha Deportiva (Historial)
5Planta de Trabajo
AMemoria Anual de la Labor
realizada que Incluye mo-
vimientos de fondos
La reunin comenzar a 1
7 y 30 de la noche en la Oiicl-
na del Departamento de Edu-
cacin Fsica, y ser la primera
que se haga en muchos anos.
Existe marcado Inters en esta
Teunln y se confia que.resulte
de positivo provecho para el de-
sarrollo y mejoramiento del De-
porte, ms cuando la Agenda
a tratar consulta puntos suma-
mente importantes, que se ha-
bian manenldo al margen, con,
visible perjuicio en la organi-
zacin y entendimiento de los
diferentes deportes.
ESFUERZO EN VANO.La temporada de baseball de las Grandes Ligas ha comenzado en
tu forma muy emocionante, e aqu BM1 Serena Untndose en persecucin de la bola. La
tercera base del Chicara realise el safnerso en vane y la Une sall de foul_________________
CON TODO XITO SE EFECTU AYER EL 1er.
CONGRESO NAL DE REDACTORES DEPORTIVOS
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Per R L B
De Punta y Punta Se Impuso
Baby Ro Ayer En El Clsico
"Ral Espinosa" En J. Franco
Por RDEME
Seor Rector: La Universidad
Necesita un Instructor Depor-'
tlvo.Estudiante Universita-
rio: La Unin baee la Fueraa,
inscrbete en la Asociacin
DenertivaAcude el Jueves 24
al Aula ti* del Edificio de
inanidades.
Como hablamos prometido,
ofrecemos aqui uu concepto,
nuestro compartido por profeso-
res conocidos en la rama depor-
tiva como: Ricardo de la Es-
prlella, Carlos M. Pretelt, Car-.
Slo Tapia, Luis T. Zerr, Osear i
uman Carrillo, Felipe y Es-,
feban Perdomo, Jaime Vlez y
algunos otros que se nos esca-
pan por el momento de la me-
moria.
Cmo es posible que una sola
persona haga el trabajo en el
Curso de Educacin Fsica? La
persona encargada de este ourso \
en la Universidad est recar-1
gada de trabajo. No es posible
que dicha persona se multiplique
dando las materias tcnicas y
prcticas a los cuatro aos, y
adems tenga que dar gimnasia
y deportes. La Universidad no
se est ahorrando nada, por el
contrario, est desmejorando el
curso hasta el extremo de que
llegar el momento en que na-
die se inscribir. Cmo es po-
sible que las autoridades admi-
nistrativas hayan caido en tan
lamentable error de dejar a una
sola persona con semejante la-
bor sobre sus hombros? Fisl-
lamente esa persono tiene que
agotarse y, como es lgico, ten-
dr que recurrir a lo que lla-
man nuestro obreros, al hueseo'
porque al final no tiene fuerzas
suficientes para trabajar. C-
mo es posible que las autorida-
des administrativas traten de
sacar unas materias del plan
estipulado para los cuatro aos
para exigirles a los alumnos
nuevos hacer dichas materias
en un curso de verano obliga-
torio Esto nos demuestra y
corrobora nuestra opinin y ade
ms ae deja ver que no nay su-
ficiente tiempo para una sola
persona. Que se deben separar
las clases tcnicas de las prc-
ticas y de las deportivas. Se
conseguirla mejor rendimiento
de parte de los alumnos como
de los pofesores. Ganaran los
alumnos del curso como los de-
ms estudiantes de la Universi-
dad porque ya habra ms labor
deportiva loe sbados y se In-
crementara ms el deporte den-
tro de nuestra casa de estudios
7 contribuiramos ai] a tener
hombres y mujeres sanos, ya
que el ejercicio debe ir unido
al estudio.
(Continuar)
La Liga de Basketball
acordar esta noche
soportantes asuntos
La magnifica hija de Peal en
Vilroy, BABY RO, se impuso
ayer en el Clsico "Ral Espino-
sa" prueba hpica celebrada en
el Hipdromo Nacional en home-
naje a uno de los ms grandes
zapadores de nuestra hpica Don
Ral Espinosa.
Baby Rol, realiz un de sus
mejores presentaciones y apro-
vechando la largada se fue al
comando y abri varios cuerpos
de ventaja, firmemente conduci-
da por el Jinete Virgilio Casti-
llo.
En la tierra derecha cuando
la atac la favorita Hortensia
respondi notablemente y ape-
sar de los desesperados esfuer-
zos del Jinete Aguirre, siempre
logr el triunfo Baby Rol por
casi un cuerpo de ventaja. Se-
gundo lleg Hortensia y tercera
Marsellesa. Mientras que La Lo-
ba arremeti en. los metros fi-
nales para ocupar la cuarta
colocacin.
Los Jinetes Aguirre y Contre-
ras volvieron a entusiasmar a
los aficionados con sus reidos
duelos. El pblico entusiasmado
aplaudi a ambos Jinetee por
sus magnificas actuaciones.
Tuvo lugar en
Coln y asistieron
numerosos cronistas
Ampliamente se
Impuso Plumnter
a Garca anoche
Al Campen Nacional de Pe-
so Pluma, Federico Plummer, *
puso anoche amplamete
por puntos al puertorriqueo
Francisco Coln Oarcia en e!
encuentro que sostuvieron a
ilez asaltos en el Estadio ol-
mpico ante numerosa concu-
rrencia.
Plummer sorprendi con una
jtcelente actuacin y puso en
prctica un men luego de pi'.r-
wii y golpes precaos y oporiu-
rac. Oan la mayora de los a-
saltos. El sptimo acto fu el
nico donde el visitante supe-
r al campen, pero en el />
Uvo round, Plummer envi a
Garca a la lona por la cuenta
de 1
En el semifinal, Leonel Peral-
ta agreg un nuevo triunfo a cu
record al derrotar por nocaut al
minuto y 20 segundos del st-
guudo asalto al sustituto Baty
Oarcia.
En los dos preliminares, I
r.achl Tidel Morris triunfo ,,cr
.ocaut sobre Alfonso Chase en
el egundo acto y Melvln Bou-
e le gan la decisin a Tony
OavllAn.
Los Cachorros Vencieron Ayer
Dos Veces a Los Bravos y Se
Colocaron En El Segundo Lugar
Servicio de la Prensa Unida En la Liga Americana
Los Dodgers de Brooklyn au-
mentaron su ventaja en el pri-
mer lugar de la Liga Nacional!
al derrotar ayer dos veces a los
Rojos de Clnclnattl por anota-
clones de lo carreras a 3 y 14 a'
4, mientras que los Cachorros
de Chicago se colocaban solos
en el segundo lugar de este clr-
cuito al derrotar dos veces a
los Bravos de Boston por 4 ca-
rreras a 3 y S por 4.
La derrota mas aplastante del
da de ayer en las Grandes Ll- i
gas la propin el Flladelfl* a
los Piratas por anotacin de 171
carreras a 0 en el primer Juego,
mientras que en el segundo par-
tido lograron Imponerse por 12
a 5. En otro de los juegos de la I
Liga Nacional los Cardenales
de San Luis vencieran a los Gi-
gantes de Nueva York por 8 a 7.
Los Yanquis mantuvieron el
liderato en el primer lugar al
derrotar fcilmente a ios Car-
melitas de San Luis por el aco-
de de 7 carreras a 3. El segun-
do Juego que deban sostener
estos equinos fu pospuesto por
lluvia.
Mientras tanto los Atlticos de
Filadelfia salieron de su mala
racha al vencer dos veces a los
Indios de Cleveland por anota-
clones de 2 carreras a 1 y 3 por
3.
Los Medias blancas que estn
pisndoles los talones a los Yan-
quis lograron resonante victoria
sobre los Senadores de Wash-
ington por 3 carreras a 4, mien-
tras tanto los Tigres se afir-
maron en el tercer puesto al
vencer a los Medias Rojas por
8 carreras a 4.
Destacadas Atletas Tomarn -
Parte En El Programa Atltco
Que Se Celebrar El Da 30
'Sta noche
Achet
_sta noche a las A. se reu-
nir en el Saln de Recreo de
a Cervecera Balboa la Liga
ovincial de Basketball, a fin
dC conocer las propuestas para
ll exclusividad de las trans-
misiones de los Juegos de la
temporada que se Inaugurar 1
prximo sbado 26.
'Tambin se tratar en esta
reunin sobre el personal de
la* Liga, para los juegos nmi-
nas de equipos, y otros asuntos
de vital Importancia para el
buen xito de la campana ve-
nidera.
Se ruego en especial la ass-i
tencia de los representantes de
los equipos del Lord Chester
Madurito, Mauricio, Cyrnos y.
Venticinco camas estn listas
para tomar parte en el Clsico
"Fernando Bradley" de 50 me-
tros, en la prueba de 75 metros
y los 100 metros planos dedica-
da al i o v e n deportista Leroy
Fergus en la Competencia de
Pista, Campo y Ciclismo seala-
do para el 30 de Mayo en el
Ca:.ipo de Juego de la Boca y
organizado por el Profesor de
Euucatlor Fisica Ash ton Parch-
ment v su asistente Reglnaido
Matthews.
Las corredoras del Club Mer-
curio son; Charlotte Goodeu. la
vele z muchacha de 14 aos de
la Escluela de La Boca que ha
salido victoriosa todo el ao,
Giorla Talt, Dorothea Joseph,
E;:id Pollard. Marjorie Conltffe
y Dolores Baker.
Sern contendores fuertes ja-
ra el equipo de La Boca el Club
Atletlco de Silver City, que con-
siste en el quinteto de- Doiorea
V/jirell. campeona de los 50 me-
tros planos en Colombia, Esther
Stewart. Jean Da Costa, Cons-
tance Warner y Sylvia Webster.
Del Abel Bravo vendrn Bju-
lah Stephens, Eulogla Mendosa,
Eufenia Figueroa y SeortUa
'rince.
Gloria Stewart, Esther Ale-
xander y Delia Simmons defen-
dern los colores de Red Tank.
De Chegres participarn Ruta
Blockinan, Cynthia Bay/'es,
Tl.ciesa Manning y Teresa Cox.
Adelina Bernard, campeona
niei colegial y nica inscrita de
Panam correr bajo los colotes
de Liceo de Seoritas.
Los eventos de la primera
pune del programa y el tiempo
-ci respondiente sigue:
Eliminatorias
9:30 am. 100 Metros pa..os
hombree B" Primera elimina-
cin.
0:40 a.m. 100 metros Pa ios
"A" Seml-Flnales.
6:50 a.m. 50 metros Planos
Damas Seml-Flnales.
10:00 a.m. 300 Metros Planos
Hombres "B" Primera elimina-
cin.
10:15 75 metros Damas Ser-I-
'uiales
10:25 am. 200 Metros Planos
'iombres "A" Semi-Pinales
10:35 am. 100 Metros Piaros
Hombres "A" Seml-rinales
11:00 am. 400 Metros Planos
Hombres "B" Seml-Flnales
11:10 a.m. 300 metros Plam,'
Hombres "B\ Seml-Flnales
11.46 am. 400 metros Planos
Hambres "B" Seml-Flnales-
Cb las autorifiWef
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Censtmeeiei de Servicio
Sanitario en el Campe de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
Oon todo xito se llev a cabo
ayer en la ciudad de Coln el
Primer Congreso Nacional de
Redactores Deport)lvos organi-
zado por la "ARD" de la ciudad
atlntica y la asistencia de buen
nmero de cronistas de Panam
Coln y otros lugares.
Se presentaron, trataron y
acordaron resoluciones de gran
importancia para esta actividad
asi como para el deporte en ge-
neral, tales como solicitar al
Comit Olmpico un Delegado
de los Redactores Deportivos en
dicho Comit.
Pedir a la Asamblea Nacional
declare el Da del Deportista.
Se aprob el Declogo del Re-
dactor Deportivo. i
Se confeccionar un Carnet,
igual para los Redactores De-
portivos de la Repblica.
Adems se acord que estos
congresos se celebrarn anual-
mente, y el prximo tendr lu-
gar en esta ciudad el segundo
domingo de Mayo de 1952.
Se presentaron las bases para
la organizacin de una Asocia-
cin Nacional de Redactores De-
portivos.
Se guard un minuto de silen-
cio a la memoria de Al Brown.
Se solicitar la reparacin de
los Gimnasios y Campos d Jue
gos, que urgentemente lo nece-
sitan en los distintos lugares de
la Repblica.
El Congreso tambin tuvo un
gesto de inters patritico, al
denunciar la confeccin errada
de unas banderas panameas de
metal, para ojal, que se estaban
vendiendo en la Perla Agrope-
cuaria de Coln, pidiendo el re-
; tiro Inmediato de dichas ban-
deritas.
A este Primer Congreso, asis-
tieron los redactores Deportivos
I Daniel Delgado, Jasper Carter,
Marco Mendoza, Carlos Tama-
yo, Luis Ortiz. Bernardo Quln-
I tero, Justo Murillo, Justin Uno
Rodriguez, Lides Batalla,, Joaelyn
Evening, Eduardo Herrera, Jos
Balmaceda. Alfonso Montenegro
Jr. de Coln; Segundo Guti-
rrez del Darln; Ernesto Argote.
Adolfo Prez, Luis Ardlnea, An-
tonio de Sedas. Rogelio Snchez.
Julio Maestre. Hugo Wood. Gui-
llermo 8. Rolla, Carlos Rodri-
guez, Vctor vargas y Edmundo
Vargas de Panam, varios otros
cronistas enviaron excusa, ma-
nifestando su acuerdo con el
Congreso.
Todos los puntos del Progra-
ma y la Agenda se desarrolla-
ron satisfactoriamente, y se dis-
cutieron con Inters todos los
asuntos.
La directiva del Congreso que-
d formada por Daniel Delgado
como Presidente, Ernesto Argo-
te y Adolfo Prez como Vice
Presidentes y Jasper Carter co-
mo Secretario.
Podr montar en
Juan Franco el
jinete C. Mendoza
El Jinete Carlos Mendoza ha
sido rehabilitado por las auto-
ridades hpicas de acuerdo con
informacin que al respecto re-
cibimos.
Al efecto se nos dijo que ya el
Patronato de Juegos decidi
rehabilitar al citado Jinete, cu-
ya Ucencia fu cancelada por
los Comisarios de Juan Franco
debido a que no acumul el n-
mero de janadorea fijados en
el reglamento de carreras.
No obstante Mendosa aleg
que el no habla trabajado todo
el ano pasado y ^ue solamente
mont durante un mea despus
tuvo que retirarse debido a do-
lencias fsicas.
UN ORAN TRIUNFOMuestran estas vistas los momentos ms sobresalientes de la re*
ra principal del programa hpico celebrado ayer en el Hipdromo Nacional, el Clsico Raul
Pn Arriba se puede observar claramente el triunfo de la yegua Baby Rol. que fue conducid
hbilmente al disco ganador por el jinete Virgilio Castillo. Baby Rei derrote a Hortensia, un*
de las faverites de este prueba clsica. ___ f.mm. j. ... r.,-,i v.ninn..
Abale tenemos el momento en que vanos miembros de la, 'amilia de don Haul Espinosa,
entregan el simblico trofeo a qae se hito acreedor el seor Gerald Silvera, propietario de la,
magnifica yegua pura sangre nacional. Presentes en U ceremonia, ademade las aersonas an-
tes citadas, e lGerente del Hipdromo, don Alberto de Obarno y la hija del seor Silvera, quien
recibi la copa.
EL AVISO OPORTUNO" ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
TRAJE NUPCIAL.Este nuevo
traje de bao, exhibid en las
playas de Miami, est hecho pa-
ra la novia que no quiere dejar
sus encajes. Est confecciona-
do de satn blanco y encajes al-
midonados. La fsldllla de enea-
jes sirve como una capa tambin.
El Ancn Termin Con El
Invicto Del Hispano y El
Huracn Logr Su ler. Triunfo
Envi sus llantas enfermas al "Doctor"
SI sus llsntas estn desgastadas, llvelas al representante de Goodyear,
qien les aplicar el "remedio" mejor del mundo mediante el servicio
Goodyear de reparacin y reencauche de llantas.
Ese tratamiento de fama mundial agrega muchos kilmetros de viaje sin
novedad a las liantes viejas mantiene a todas las llantas en buenas
condiciones por ms tiempo puesto que todo el trabajo es hecho
por especialistas aleccionados en la fbrica segn los procedimientos
Goodyear, empleando la maquinaria ms moderna y nicamente las
mejoris materiales.
Ahorre tiempo, dinero y preocupaciones conhando al representante de
Goodyear el servicio de inspeccin regular de sus llantas y la expert*
labor de reparacin y reencauche.
*

II equipo Ancn y Huracn
contrariaron ayer los prons-
ticos, triunfando para mejorar
opcin en el Campeonato de
primera categora de la Liga
Provincial de Panam.
Rn el primer partido de la
tarde en el Estadio Olmpico, el I
Huracn logr vencer al Padfl-
co por un tanto a cero, median-
te un penal que cobr con xito
A, Berrio en el primer tiempo.'
El encuentro result movido pe- i
ro no reido. Al Pacifico le
faltaron los servicios de cuatro
unidades, c. Rodriguez L. Val-:
des. y los hermanos Plnnock. >
debido a enfermedad, y en su
lugar actuaron cuatro jugado-
res de segunda. Con esta victo-
ria el Huracn entr en la co-
lumna de ganadores.
En el otro Juego, el Ancn pa:
s al segundo lugar y termino
con el invicto del Hispano, al
derrotarlo por 2 goles a 0.
El encuentro se desarroll en
forma reida y agrad el parti-
do al extenderse a fondos am-
bos oncenos por lograr la vic-
toria. _
En el primer tiempo C. Torres
marc el primer goal de los an-
conlstas y en la segunda mitad
el mismo Torres se encarg de
asegurar el triunfo de su equipo,
con el otro tanto.
Maana en la noche jugarn
Dltrani y Huracn.
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1:3* El Hijo Perdido
Drama Arena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical;
4:00 Noticiero (5o.)
4:15 Valses variados
4:30 Dedicatorias
6:0U Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Solos de rgano
Li:cho A?crraga
7:15 M> M-rido. Dramatizacion
"Orncl"
7:30 El molino Silencioso
Dramatizacion
7:45 Melodas sureas

LUX
Aire Acondicionado
HOY Ultimo Da!
"EL TEMIBLE ROBIN
HOOD"
En Tecnicolor!
con JOHN DEREK
MARTES y MIRCOLES!
Jean Simmons, en
"IDILIO EN PARIS"
(So Long At The Fair)
Misterio en la Ciudad Luz
DESDE JUEVES!
COMO OCULTARSE
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TODOS
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CECILIA
MAANA y
MIRCOLES!
ACCIN VOLCNICA EN
TECNICOLOR!
"El Valle de la Venganza"
Dos hermanos
en lucha a
MUERTE!

con
BURT LANCASTER
Robert WALKER Joan DRU
DESD JUEVES
DOBLE ESTRENO!
ES UNA NOCHE DE
LU. Ur'A MATO!
LOUIS HAYWAROf
LEE BOWMAN
- en -
"Aguas Que Regresan"
(Bouse By The River)
ADEMAS:
Una bella mujer sin almal
'LA NOVIA del CRIMEN'
(Blonde Dynamite)
con DOROTHY PATRICK
8:00 Ritmas tropicales
8:30 Cantares de Espaa
8:45 Esta tierra y sus hombres
9:00 Msica variada
0:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Dramatizacion BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA MARTES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Dlu
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero de la Maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero (2o.)
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
Con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del dia
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero (3o.)
11:00 El mundo del Vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
El Molino Silencioso
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes interpretes
del mundo
12:00 Msica variada
P W
12:15 Noticiero (4o.)
12:3(1 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcarraga
Pinturas Pabco.
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros favoritos
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Msica variada
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Peticiones v
3:00 Selecciones italianas
3:15 Delicias tropicales
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HOY ULTIMO DIA!
CANTINFLAS, en
ROMEO y JULIETA
MAANA!
Un drama de violentas
Pasiones!
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
C. LOPEZ MOCTEZUMA
- en -
U
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CASTRO"
RECIO!
DINMICO!
FORMIDABLE!
ENRIQUE
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Una pelcula de envergadura!
Humana.. Dramtica!
con TITO ALONZO
NORMA GIMNEZ
JUEVES EN EL JUEVES
CENTRAL
Accin
VIVO!
al rojo
I VICTOR MATURE
TERRY M00RE
WILLIAM BENDIX
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PRELUDIO un deleite para los
amantes de la msica
Se pre-estrena el martes en el Teatro Bella Vista
ULTIMAS EXHIBICIONES
HOY!
EN EL TEATRO
TROPICAL
Funcin Cine-Teatral
A Las 9 p-m.
Presentacin de las Autnticas
Creadoras del Mambol
"LAS MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
"Preludio", cinta producida
por J. Arthur Rank y distri-
buida por Universal Interna-
tional, cuyo preestreno anunr
ca el Teatro Bella Vista para
el martes, es una adaptacin
de la novela corta de Aldous.
con
VILMA VALLE
* Alexonder y Pablo
9 GLORIA HELM
MAANA!
Sensacional!... Emocionante!...
Tomado de los Archivos de
los Estados Unidos I
Audrey LONG Warren
DOUGLAS Jeff DONALD
- en -
"INVESTIGADOR DE
CORREOS"
(Poit-Office Investigator)
MIRCOLES!
Un drama violento... Escrito
con la fuerza de una bala!...
"PERJUICIO"
(Tarnished)
con
Dorothy PATRICK
Arthur FRANZ
Brbara FULLER
JUEVES
FIN DE SEMANA!
Romntica comedia musical
en colores!... Con las canciones
de moda!... Romance! Drama!
DORIS DAY
GORDON McREA
GENE NELSON
en *
'TE PARA DOS"
(Tea For Two)
EN TECHNICOLOR!
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CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
RRESENIA COMO JUSTO HOMENAJE A LA
MUJER PANAMEA
Que tomo la herona de esta gran pelcula fue nervio
y accin decisiva en la gesta gloriosa de
"k Pueblo Panameo por afianzar los Prin-
cipios de la Legalidad!...
AURORA BAUTISTA
FERNANDO REY VIRGILIO TEXEIRA
MANUEL LUNA, en
AGUSTINA DE ARAGN
MARIO GALIND0 Y CA.
presenta
diariamente a las 12:30 p.m.
LUCHO AZCARRAGA
Y SU RGANO
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ELDORADO
HOY... Se Sigue Riendo con
TIN-TAN
en
AY, AMOR, COMO
HE HAS PUESTO...
La super-comedia fantstica
que ha tumbado de risa a
todo Panam!... Ra Ud.
tambin con TIN-TAN!
JCyCC I OTRA GRAN
MBMar SELECCIN!
PARA QUE LA
CUA APRIETE
con Dagoberto Rodrguez LILIA DEL VALLE DOMINGO SOLER
3 4 r
aw"*-**. paw
Un veterano con Coraza
Primaveral que por todas
suspiraba... Pero ella le
clav la cufia en el mis-
msimo corazn!...
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PRESIDENTE
HOY
ALAS
9:00 P. M.
ULTIMA PRESENTACIN
PERSONAL DEL
NOTABLE ACTOR DEL
CINE MEXICANO
CARLOS LOPEZ
MOCTEZUMA
Y Sus Acompaantes:
EUGENIA DE LLARCO
La Dama de la Cancin.
ALBERTO CTALA
Actor Cmico.
En La Pantalla: .
Emilio Tuero Gloria Lozano
Carlos Lopes Moctezuma, en
SENTENCIA
MAANA!
En Exhibicin Especial!
La ms Alegre! Festiva!...
Y Entretenida Comedia
del Ao!...
PEDRO INFANTE
LILIA PRADO .
Bailando como un Cicln!
ANTONIO BADU, en
EL GAVILN
POLLERO
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
QtULMjJ
MAANA
PRE-ESTRENO!
UN PELCULA DE INTENSO PONDO DRAMTICO Y A LA
VEZ, UN DELEITE PARA LOS AMANTES DE LA MUSICAI
GUY ROLFE KATHLEEN BYRON KATHUEN RYAN
-JEREMY SPENSER ^^KSS
Una Pelcula TWO CITIES
DKtrifcuWa per UNIVRStt-INTERNATNNUL
Las ms bellas melodas, producto del genio de loa ms
grandes compositores, ejecutadas por la Orquesta Filar-
mnica de Londres y la Orquesta de San Carlos de aples!
LUX Y CECILIA
UNA ERA DE ROMANCE Y AVENTURA REVIVE CUANDO Eli
HU0 DE^BB^TA^.T5f1ElAA52oS0.!r-" m
"EL TEMIBLE ROBIN HOOD"
(EN COLORES)
UVIAOMNl
Sherwood Forest
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CENTRAL
Drsma donde Im-
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Joan
FONTAINE
Joseph
COTTEN
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"SINFONA OTOAL'
Adema*: El Realo Completo do
U ltima Jomada Cvica!
TEATRO TROPICAL
GRANDIOSA FUNCIN
CINE-TEATRAL 1
Presentacin de las Autntica*
Creadoras del Mambol
"LAS MULATAS DE
FUEGO"
Adems:
"MENSAJE SALVADOR"
- con -
DOROTHY PATRICK
ROBERT ROCKWELL
KENT TAYLOR
ESTELITA RODRIGUEZ
Precias Populare! _____
TEATRO ENCANTO
Ann BLYTH Mark STEVENS
- en -
. "LA NINFA DESNUDA"
tew AYRES Louis WOLHEIM
- en -
"SIN NOVEDAD EN EL
FRENTE"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Gordon McRae. en
"MELODA del CORAZN"
(En Colores)
Humphrey Bogart, en
"SU ULTIMO REFUGIO"
TEATRO IRIS
Armando Calvo Rita Macedo
Dalla Ifiliuez. en
"MI MARIDO"
Adems; Pepe Arias, an
"FULMINE"
HISPANO_____
Fernando Fernandez y
Mlroslava. an
"La Muerte Enamorada"
Ademas: Antonio Bad. en
"CORAZN DE FIERA"
BELLA VISTA
El misterio del caso del Cardenal
MINDSZENTY en una pelcula
SENSACIONAL I
Charles
BICKFORD
Benita
GRANVILLE
"ACUSADO
DE ALTA
TRAICIN"
VARIEDADES
A RER COMO NUNCA I
CANTINFLAS
Mara Elena
MARQUES
lit* JUNCO
Che REYES
Angel "ROMEO Y JULIETA"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Irene Dunne Alec Gulnneaa
- an -
"EL DIABLILLO T
LA REINA"
Ademas: Lee J. Cobb Jan*
Wyatt John Dahl, en
"POR UNA MALA MUJER"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Las Barbaridad** de los Japoneses
en Las Filipina I
"ULTRAJE EN ORIENTE"
Una pajina da la historia escrita
a punta de aspad* 1
"LOS PIRATAS ~
_.
TEATRO EDISON
John Wayne Maureen O'Hara. an
"RIO GRANDE"
Adema: Red Cameron, en
"LLAMAS DE ODIO"
VISTERMOSA
NOCHE DE BANCO I

Valeria Hobson. en
"CORARON DE NEtO"
Ademas: Maria Montes, en
LAS MIL Y UNA NOCHE"
PACIFICO
Jack Carson, en
"EL HELADERO"
Ademas:
Dennis O'Keefe. en
"PASIONES
TURBULENTAS"
IDEAL
Stephen Murray, en
"EL TBANSGRESOR"
Adema:
Derak Farr, en
"EL DESERTOR"
APOLO
Pedro Lpoez Lagar, en
MARIHUANA"
Roa* Carmina, en
"OUR IDIOTAS SON
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