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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country $afe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, B. P., TUESDAY, MAY W, lttt
House Group Agrees
Tax Setup Now 'I
Reds In Korea Fleeing In One
Part Driving On In Another
(NEA Telephoto)
GETTDK
(NEA Telephoto)
ILLNESS CHANGE THE LAWDavid R. Arellano, Jr,21,
^tohtaTucaoa. Ariz., hospital bed after hfcuinessforced
Congress to change a law. Arellano, a veteran o the Ko-
rean War, was refused admission to a Veterana Adminis-
tration hospital because only war-wounded from Korea were
covered bv law. Believed to be suffering from cancer he
had to go to another hospital for treatment. Congress
changed the law, later.________________________
Native Kuna Indians To Give
Exhibition In Balboa Thursday
Pacific side residents will have
a rare opportunity Thursday
afternoon to see the dances and
native regalia of about. 0 Ku-
na Indians from Tigre Islands
of the San Bias at a special
exhibition on the lawn in front
of the Administration Building.
In event of Tain the show will
be staged at Balboa Stadium.
Their public appearance will
iollow a luncheon In the Bal-
boa Heights cafeteria and an
official call at the office of
Governor Newcomer.
Arrangements for their visit
to the Pacific side were made
Sunday afternoon when Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Newcomer visit-
ed the Colon Fall. The 8unday
afternoon show was marred by
torrential rains and Chief Igua-
tilngi Plpilele, of Tigre Island,
offerred through, his lnterper-
ri to bring the entire group
Balboa Heights.
The group of Tigre Island In-
dians has been one of the fea-
ture attractions of the Colon
Fair this week and It Is ex-
pected that hundreds of Pacific
aiders will see their native dan-
ces Thursday afternoon.
The public program will be
opened at 3 p.m. by a ten-min-
ute music program by the Bal-
boa High School Band. This
will be followed by a program
of about 45 minutes of native
dances of the San Bias tribe.
Very few of the group have
been away from their homes In
the San Bias before their pre-
sent visit to Colon.
In discussing the visit and
public dances on the Pacific
side. Chief Plpilele specially re-
quested that their appearance
be announced In the local press
so that all his friends could
come and see the dancing.
3 Destroyers
Docked^Here
Three de-mothballed destroy-
ers are docked at the United
States naval station Rodman en
route from San Diego to east
coast ports.
They are the U8S Irwin (Cdr.
R. M. Keith, USN) USS Harveson
(Lt.-Cdr. W. S. Slocum III) and
USS Joyce (Lt.-Cdr. J. P. Mc-
Grady Jr.).
All three have been recently
reactivated at West Coast ports.
The Irwln, flagship of the task
unit. Is bound for Norfolk, while
the Harveson and the Joyce, both
classed as destroyers, rocket, are
bound Mr Newport.
Some of the 795 officers and
men of the task unit will have
shore leave each day before the
destroyers transit Thursday.
CZ Boys' Slate
Plans Scrapped
Too many Canal Zone boys
who would be eligible for Boys'
State go home to the states
during their summer vacations
to make the proposed Canal
Zone Boys' State feasible this
year.
That was the finding of the
committee for the affair, head-
ed by Waldo B. Ollley, who an-
nounced yesterday that It will
be Indefinitely postponed.
It was planned by members
of the American Legion, Dep-
artment of the Canal Zone, and
was to have been held some-
where on the Atlantic side of
the Isthmus June 15-22.
The committee members are
sending notices, said Gilley, to
Individuals and organizations
which have paid for the spon-
sorship of one or more boys,
advising them that, at their op-
tion, the funds will be return-
ed, or will be held in trust
pending future resumption of
the project at a time when
enough eligible boys are avail-
able.
TOKYO, May 22 (UP) The
Chinese Communist retreat has
turned Into a rout in western
Korea, but in the east the Reds
have attacked with renewed
iury 25 miles south of the 38th
parallel.
In the west the Allied pursuit
has smashed to Imjlm River,
28 miles northwest of Seoul and
only five miles south of the
38th parallel.
In the east the Communists
have ripped a wide gap in the
South Korean lines between
Punyam and the east coast. Al-
lied reinforcements are hasten-
ing to the battle area in an ef-
fort to seal off the break-
through. ,
East of the victorious United
States 2nd Division's area air
patrols report the Reds are
"streaming down the mountains
by thousands."
They are headed for the
breakthrough area, where Unit-
ed Nations troops are fighting
The group will come to the
Pacific side on the midday
train Thursday, accompanied by
Charles H. Whlttaker. United
States Vice Consul In Colon,
who is helping In the arrange-
ments, and Wilson H. Crook.
General Manager of the Club-
house Division, who is in charge
of the program after their ar-
rival.
The group will make a short
visit to the Pedro Miguel Locks
before completing their trip to
the Administration Building by
bus. Thev will return to Colon
by the afternoon train In ample
time to make their scheduled
appearance at the Colon Fair
that night. .
Price Of Gas On CZ
Boosted 2 Cents More
The retail price on gasoline will go up two cents oh May
W as a result of a Jump in wholesale prices to the Com-
missary Division, it was announced today at Balboa Heights.
1 similar price increase will be made in kerosene.
Gasoline, now selling at 15 cents a calln at the various
retail service tatlon, will go to 17 cento a gallon on May
2. while the price of kerosene will go trom 14 to IB cents a
gallon.
The Increased price will become effective when the pre-
sent stock of gasoline and kerosene is replaced with the
latest order which was 1.6 cento higher a gallon than the
last wholesale purchase. This Is the second Increase in
wholesale prices since the retail Price on gasoline was in-
creased in January. The last wholesale price Increase ol
three-tenths of a cent was absorbed by the Commissary
MvWon.
Jos Ferrer Denies
He Was Communist
WASHINGTON. May 22 (UP)
Academy Award actor Jose Ferrer
told the House Un-American Ac-
tivities Committee today that he
had never been a Communist or
fellow traveller, but was a victim
of Communist big-name hunters.
The Puerto Rlcan born actor
said he had never been a mem-
ber of the Communist Party, or
a sympathizer with or encourag-
er of Communist alms.
He said "the only time would
be when Communist alms coin-
cided with the alms of our gov-
ernment."
He told the committee the gen-
eral technique of how be came
to be listed as a sponsor of several
groups which came to be listed
as Communist front organiza-
tions.
As an example he cited the
"Artists' Front to Win the War"
in which he was listed as a spon-
sor In 1942.
The committee said the group's
literature called for "a second
front this winter," and the com-
mittee's counsel said the group
was Communist front.
Ferrer said he did not know
the group was Communist front.
He had no recollection of allow-
ing the use of his name for the
group, "but It is entirely possi-
ble arid even probable that the
listing of my name was legiti-
mate and even authorized."
Arnulfo Arias Wants
To Testify Publicly
At Assembly Hearing
Dr Arnulfo Arias want a
Ebllc trial when he appear
rore Panama's National As-
nbly next Friday charged
with abuses of Presidential
powers. .
His lawyer, Dr. Jose N. Lasso
de la Vega, made thi clear to-
Lasso said that according to
the rules of procedure at such
trials Dr. Arias has the right
to speak twice.
He wants to use these oppor:
tunltle "to explain the need
of the Panamanian people, and
also explain about the Consti-
tutions of 1941 and 1946."
Lasso reported Arnulfo to be
In good health, and determined
to defend publicly his record
as a representative of the peo-
ple of Panama.
Asked about rumors that the
Assembly might not hold the
scheduled hearing on Friday
Lasso said: "If this happens. It
will not be the fault of the
defense. We are waiting for the
chance to present our case."
A big demonstration is being
planned for Friday, to march
on the Assembly with the de-
clared Intention of letting the
deputies there know the de-
monstrators want the scheduled
hearing to go ahead.
This afternoon a group of
women will meet at the Na-
tional University to form a Fem-
inine Civic Union "for the
health and welfare of the coun-
try."
This group plans to call the
women of Panama to Santa
Ana Plaza 2:30 p.m. Friday to
Join the demonstration to the
Assembly.
desperately against time and
unfavorable terrain.
Red spearheads are already
near Soksa, 26 miles below the
parallel, but censors are black-
ing out the exact width and
depth of the breakthrough.
Field dispatches say the Reds
hape been stopped cold or
thrown Into retreat everywhere
In the mountains around Sok-
sa, but they are still pouring
south through the gap In the
Allied line.
They are penetrating south
and southeast toward the vital
lateral highway running from
the east coast town of Kangnu-
ing to Amidong, where it bends
sharply south into the heart
of South Korea.
At least 6.0QO Red Chinese
and North Koreans are believed
in the Soksa area, and their
numbers are increasing.
They are attacking In groups
of 2,000 or more.
Lt. Gen. Chung II Kwon,
South Korean Chief of Staff,
said the Reds were concentrat-
ing their 'attacks on South Ko-
rean units Is an attempt to
destroy the United States' faith
In South Korean fighting abili-
ty-
He attributed South Korean
setbacks to a lack of heavy
weapons. Including artillery,
and to Inexperienced leadership
and Insufficient training.
Two South Korean colonels
have been ordered to forfeit
two-thirds of their pay for
three months for their part In
the South Korean central front
collapse In April.
From Formosa Chinese Na-
tionalist sources report the Chi-
nese Reds are rushing reinforce-
ments from China to the Ko-
rean fronts.
Some 110,000 men from
Kwangtung and Kwangsl pro-
'CIO News' Flays
Outmoded Condition
Of CZ Local Raters
WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP).
__The current Issue of the uo
News" official publication of
the Congress of Industrial Orga-
nizations devoted more than
a column to the discussion of
the condition of Panamanians
working on the Canal Zone.
"Their working and living con-
ditions have not changed much
since 1903." the CIO News said of
Panamanians working In the Ca-
"They still are tied to the
'Caribbean wage scale" system
devised to meet prevailing rates
of pay In neighboring countries
at the turn of the century.
"They exist on a living stand-
ard set up for them In 1903. Uni-
ed States citizens get the pre-
vailing U. S. rate plus a bonus
of 25% but they, too, are feeling
the pinch of higher prices."
vlnces are expected to be on
their way soon.
The second round of tne
Reds' spring offensive Is esti-
mated to have cost them over
80,000 killed and wounded.
Thoughtless Thief
Steals Blanket
From Home of Cop
Agustn Vaaquez thinking it
over In Balboa Jail today at the
start of a 15-day sentence has
time to ponder the poor Judg-
ment that moved him to pilfer
from a policeman's home in
broad daylight. "
He is also aware that little
girls In Ancon have sharp eyes.
No more had Vasquez started
off along Roosevelt Avenue, Sat-
urday afternoon with a blanket
taken from under the quarters
of Traffic Officer D. Hellman,
than a little girl living nearby
sounded the alarm.
Hellman phoned for a radio pa-
trol car and set out himself in
pursuit. Together they closed In
on Vasquez and a companion,
Samuel Cuevas, who received a
10-day sentence for vagrancy
when the two came up for trial
in Balboa Magistrate's Court.
The blanket was recovered
from the tall grass.
John WiVidden Dies
Aboard 'Cristobal'
A cable has been received from
Miss Virginia Weber, a member
of the nursing staff of Gorgas
Hospital, that John Whidden, Sr.
died at 9 a.m. Sunday aboard
the Panama Railroad Liner Cria-
tobal, en route to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Whidden sailed
Friday to Join their son and
make their home In Tennessee
Mr. Whidden retired after 25
years of service with the Locks
Division and moved from Gatun
to Gamboa, where they have re-
sided for the past five years.
He is survived by his wife, who
was with him, a son, John Whid-
den, Jr., and a grandson, Mike
Whidden.
WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP) House Wayi and
Means Committee members tentatively agreed today,
that U. S. Workers in the Canal Zone and in U. S. poses-
sions should obtain some relief from the retroactive main-
land income tax imposed last year, according to usually,
reliable committee sources.
The committee decided, however, that a remedy
should be taken up in a separate bill apart from the gen
eral tax measure now under consideration.
i
The Central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council have also
been inlormed of the tentative
stand taken by the House Ways
and Means Committee.
A cable from Legislative re-
presentative Walter Wagner In-
formed Secretary E. W. Hatcher
that the "separate" bill under
favorable scrutiny by the Com-
mittee Is the measure Introduced
by Rep. Daniel A. Reed, a Repub-
lican, who Is the ranking mem-
ber of the House committee.
This bill, Introduced In mid-
House Tax Writers
Agree On 2 Steps
Of Big Hike Bill
WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP)
__ House tax writers agreed
tentatively today to start col-
lecting the proposed 3 per cent
personal Income tax boost Sept.
1 and to tax corporations for
more taxes starting back last
Jan. 1.
The House Ways and Means
Committee took these two steps
subject to later reconsidera-
tion as it drove for final
action this week on Its $8,500,-
000,000 tax hike bill.
The Sept. 1 date for tapping
the taxpayer for $2,900,000,000
In added Income levies also de-
pends on whether Congress
passes the bill by then. It must
clear the House and Senate
before becoming law. Many
members believe this will take
until Fall.
Republicans objected to mak-
ing the $2,89,000,000 corpora-
tion tax boost retroactive, but
were overridden by the Demo-
cratic committee majority.
The proposed individual in-
come tax Increase still is suo
British 600 MPH
Jet Bomber Makes
First Test Flight
LONDON May 22 (UP).
Britain's new 600 m.p.h. four
Jet bomber made its first test
light last Friday, and the
Royal Air Force has already
placed an order for "a sub-
stantial number" of them.
Built by Vickers Armstrong
Ltd., the as yet nameless bom-
ber Is designated the Vickers
660 and Is understood to be de-
slgned to operate up to 60,000
feet.
April sets the effective date ol
the tax as Jan. 1, 1951.
The language of the bill i
Identical with those Introducid'
earlier by two Democrat*, Rep.
James J. Murphy, of New Vorr
and Rep. George P. Miller, o
California.
The significance of the R
measure Is that lt was Introduce*
by a Republican, and Indicate*
that any vote on the measure,
either in committee or on thu>
floor, would not become en.
tangled with political maneuver
l"g. I
The Reed bill was the 5th In*
troduced in Congress to provide!
tax relief for the Zone.
. Labor sources said today that
steady pressure Is being applied!
to have the bill reported out ofl
committee promptly and broughfl
to the floor In time for enact-i
ment before June 30, 1950, that
date on which U. 8. citizen em-
ployes of the federal government
on the Zone, and. In the posses-
sions, must pay the 1950 tax, un-
less given extensions.
If the measure could go throughi
before the due date, labor leas-
ers said, those who have not paid,
would be saved the trouble, anc*
possible loss of Interest Involved
In making the payment.
In any case, all payments would)
be refunded by the government,
If the Reed bill, or any other}
measure repealing the 1950 teat*
ures of the tax law, is passed. I
'Meanwhile the local law firm f
of Collins ii McNevin, who aro
represent; a large number of .
Zonians ia a test case against'
the application of the Internal,'
Revenue Aet to tbe Zone, bf*
directed a letter to each lud- '
vidual who has contributed
funds to .prosecute the teat
case.
Attorney McNevin said today
that the pleadings in the twof|fl
cases are nearly completed ahd>
will be sent to Washington TOP
approval by consulting attorney
there before being filed.
McNevin said that in his opin-
ion none would be entitled Xa
fc?* ?^T?rll neril (Continued on >. J, Col-.*
for an increase of three per-
centage points In each tax
bracket. Thus those paying 20
percent would pay 23 per cent,
those paying higher percentages
would pay 3 per cent more than
at present.
The corporation tax hike ten-
tatively approved call for a
flat Increase of five percent-
age points. This would make
the maximum corporation tax
52 per cent Instead of the pre-
The committee bill Is far
short of the $10,000.000,000 ask-
ed by President Truman to put
the defense program on a pay-
as-you-go basis. In addition to
Income and corporation tax
hikes, the committee has voted
tentatively to step up the tax
on liquor, cars, clgarets and
numerous other items.
Sick Panamanian
Flown From Coibo
By US Air Force
An ill Panamanian who*
surname is Jordan was evacuat*
ed from Colba Island this mora*
lng by an L-3 of the 8th Liaison-
Flight at Albrook Air Force Basa,
The ill man was said to be un-
able to walk. He was taken a
once by ambulance to a hospttaj
in Panama. The L-3 was pllQtjf\
by Captain William Schaefer.
The L-3 was escorted on It
mercy mission by a C-47 pilote
by Lieutenant George N. Blair.
with Lieutenant Lonnie Busbe*
as co-pllot._______ _j
Some 500 ladle were at the
foundation meeting of the or-|
ganizatlor. yesterday at the
home of Mrs. Graciela Quizado
de Arosemena.
Speakers were Mrs. Arose-
mena, Teresa Lopez de Valla-
rlno, Clara Gonzales de Behrin-
ger, Otilia Arosemena de Te-
jeira and Georgina Jimenez de
Lopez.
Pancanal Pay Car
To Operate On
Schedule May BO
The Panama Canal pay car
will operate on the Pacific Side
Wednesday, May 30, on the re-
gular schedule, lt was an-
nounced at Balboa Heights to-
day.
The pay windows of the Pay
Car open at 6:30 a.m. at the
Balboa Height Railroad Sta-
tion.
Payments scheduled for Mon-
day, th* 28th, and Tuesday, the
29th, on the Pacific and At-
lantic Side will be made as
usual. The Cristobal office will
be closed all day, Wednesday.
May 30. Atlantic Side employes
should present their pay re-
ceipts on their regular pay
days.
Joe Adonis Long Shot Bet In US Court,
To Pay Oth Hell Get Only 18 Months
BY PETER MCEVO* If. up to Judge J. Wallace ffi^"% years In HtogoUc.- 23E
Leyden whether Adonis reputed- Jail **VV1T;\ conduct In 1927 and two prohlbl-
HACKENSACK, NJ.. May 22 ly one of the "board of directors' acj-andfive years 1n P^wa vlotaUon, ln lMi. He wa
(UP) Joe Adonis the million- of Murder. Inc.. will oto Jail for $5,000 fine foi each gamoung jentence(J lQ g toU, of K2i m
aire gambler and Murder. Inc.. the first time ln his life. Leyden count cohorta made fines on (he three charges-,
director, took a long shot bet with set next Monday. May 28. tor en- th^"j! "f J,^wlc^nna p & t
18 years of his life at stake and tencing. thfinetff Adonls- who told the Sent
pleaded "no contest" to gambling Defense Attorney John E. Sel- ^e penlnK o tneir in* rf cmmiUee he was a 'sal-
and conspiracy charges. Mr entered "non vult .plea for ently prejring jai^o rev g made ^ repuUon m
According to informed sources, his five client and"L*' w; vorker^ who weredrlven in U- Brooklyn but was forced to move
the gamble today has paid off at fer has resulted after tremendous Yorkers *%** jersev's swank to New Jersey in 1944 when the
12 to 1 odds. It U reported that negotiation, even though two of mousines to New Jersey ^ ^ j^^ LaGuardU
Adonis will be sentenced to 18 the defendants InsUt they are casinos bookmakin* czar cracked down on gamblers,
months-lnstead of 18 years-in not principals Involved but are Manhattan ^*ns*mlr C The other, defendant. In addi-
jall and finedTlO.OOO wlHing to go along/' Frank Ertck*o i en,ose > tu were AntnonJP
Four henchmen of the hand- New Jersey Attorney General course last year ano u n w au>rmi 49 now serving a one to
ome 49-year-old gambler, de- Theodore P?* anVde The entire" 'court proceedings v,Ur*e.year sentence for gamb-
scrlbed by the Senate Crime rumors that the state had made ine enure """ .nformaUly lm- James (Piggy< Lynch. 4,
Committee as co-leader with a deal with the defendants^ ^r,h,r,tiert^
Frank Costello of the East Coast There were reports however Selser sh "'* *el**^ue de anon *" was haule(1
underworld, also threw them- that lt had been "f xed up that *n?.h^rS the nleas were enter- off a train In Florida for carry-
selves on the mercy of the court Adonis would **"- bers beore the pleas were enter on a wa njn ^ ^ ^
They could be sentenced to 18 tence: 18 months n Jail and no ed ,. ld au*,Uoned in connection with
years in Jail and fined $1.000 each fine on the conspiracy charge, selacr had uild earlier 11 ewowa ^"on" Uns o 1 v e d $1.500.000
or three years in prison and a five year, suspended ntenc. on ^et0'h1eneanmetOl8kJe^e^^: Brink? robbery
$16,000 fine apiece. They each one gambling count and a $5000 whose real name s JO*ePn wUe from Jersey*
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MAY 22, 195
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
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Panarra Had Perfect
Safety Record In 1950
In recognition of its perfect
safety record during 1950, Pan-
agra (Pan American-Grace Air-
ways) has been awarded the In-
ter American Safety Council's
Aviation Award.
The presentation of the award
was made to Andrew B. Shea,
president of the airline, and to
Douglas Campbell. Panagra's
vice-president and general man-
ager, by Leroy Wilson, chairman
of the award's committee and R.
J. Farlow. president of the Inter
American Safety Council, at the
company's executive offices in
the Chrysler Building.
During the past year, Panagra
accumulated a total of 113,838,-
000 passenger miles without ac-
cident or fatality to passengers
or crew, while operating 6,048,-
458 flying miles over a network
of 7,488 route miles Unking eight
Latin American countries with
the United States.
The pioneer U.S.-flag airline
has the best airline safety record
for operations in Latin America,
having registered Its seventh
consecutive year without a mis-
hap.
Landing Ship Dock
Berths at Coco Solo
In northbound transit yester-
day was the USS Oak Hill, a
Landing Ship Dock, Class 7. en
route to Norfolk, Va. She tied up
at Coco Solo where she will re-
main until Thursday.
The Oak Hill has a complement
of 350 officers and men. Her cap-
tain is Commander R. C. Hous-
ton. USN.
Northbound on Ancon
Dr. Lawrence Johnson, Super-
intendent of Schools. RusselT L.
Klotz, Chief ef the Housing Divi-
sion and Captain Macon A. Tur-
ner. Senior Detective of the Bal-
boa Police District, are among
the 172 passengers scheduled to
sail Saturday for New York on
the Panama liner Ancon. accord-
ing to the advance passenger list.
The passenger list for this
week's sailing of the Panama
Line contains the names of many
children. The next few sailings
of the Panama liners have been
completely booked with employes
and their families bound for va-
cations in the United States be-
tween school terms.
The complete advance list of
tbs Ancon's passengers follows:
Mr. and Mr's. Clifford S. Asbu-
ry and three children; Mr. and
Mrs. Matthys J. J. Bass and five
children; Mr. and Mrs. Frank A.
Baldwin and two children; Mr.
and Mrs. Henry L. Barlow and
two children; Mr..and Mrs. Max
Batzer; Miss Prances Baumgart-
ner; Mrs. Doria F. Beck and
daughter; Miss Eileen Bleakley;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Bleifuss
and two children: Mr. and Mrs.
L. D. Bowman, Jr. and two chil-
dren; Donald E. Bruce; and Mrs.
Cleo Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Cain;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Charles
and son; Edward G. Coyle; Miss
Irene Cuker; Mrs. Ella A. Cuff;
Mrs. Eva E." Dickson and son;
John A. Dovel; Mr. and Mrs.
George Dunlap and two cH' '-mi
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ebdon;
Mr. and Mrs. LeoJ. Euercuz and
five children; Mrs. Ena C. Ellis;
Miss Rose M. Fabiani; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert W. Fitch and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
P. Foley and two children; and
Mrs. Sybil W. Foote.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin A. Green;
Miss Marjorle E. Grlesenbeck;
Mrs. Martha A. Griffith and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Aram H.
Hatch; Federico Humbert, Jr.;
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Col. and Mrs. Harry H. Jones and
son; Miss Virginia R. Keenan;
Col. and Mrs. Leo F. Kelly and
two children; Roy F. Kennedy
and daughter; Miss Helen E.
King; Mr. and Mrs. Russell L.
Klots and son; Mr. and Mrs. Na-
thaniel Lltvln and two children;
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By LARRY DALE
MANTEO. N. C. Mav (UP)
More than 50 residents of little
Roanoke Island lead a double
life for two months in the sum-
merone in the 20th century
and the other In the 16th cen-
tury.
Business men, housewives, and
vacationing children spend their
nights acting In "The Lost Col-
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Thls'sprlng. as usual residents
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ussias Far East Air Force
ar Outnumbers US Strength
by Charles W. CORDRY
WASHINGTON, May 22.
|UP). Military intelligence
fllclals estimated todav that
lussla has 5.000 of Its 20,000
first-line combat planes sta-
tioned in the Far East, (ar out-
numbering U. 8. planes in the
tme area. /
The officials discussed Red
Force strength In the wake
^f Defense Secretary George
Marshall's testimony before
le Senate Committee investi-
gating Gen. Douglas MacAr-
lur's ouster.
Marshall said there were
("thousands" of Russian planes
the Orient.
In addition to the 5.00* in
the Far East, 1,909 are de-
ployed along the Iron Cur-
tain in Western Europe, and
about 8,000 are stationed in
| the Soviet Union Itself.
While officials are reluctant
discuss overall U. S. air
ttrength, the Air Force is now
Building toward 95 to 100 air
iroups. and there have been
iemands in and out of Con-
tress that this total be in-
creased a fast as possible.
The aircraft industry turned
over 3,000 military planes to all
branches of the armed services
last year and President Tru-
man has asked the manufac-
turers to Increase annual pro-
duction five-fold this year.
The intelligence officials said
Russian planes in the Far East
are dispersed throughout the
territory east of Irkutsk and
Lake Baikal. Siberia, so that
large "numbers are not now
conrentrated near Korea. But
thev pointed out that air
groups can be moved rapidly,
even though Russia had dli-
flrultles on that score in World
War u- ..
Presence o such Soviet
strength in, the Far East was
said to be behind the reluc-
tance of Gen. Hoyt S. Vanden-
berg, Air Chief of 8taff to
strike bv air beyond the Ko-
rean frontier In the peninsular
fighting.
The officials said Russia
could turn loose all of 5,000
planes without disturbing in
the slightest her air power In
the rest of the world. They
also said the United States
has as much air power bated
in the Far East as It feels It
can spare now.
The officials said that not
all of Russia's planes are mo-
dern types, particularly In the
Far East. The 8ovlets are be-
lieved to have an over-all
strength of 7.000 Jet-type air-
craft, but the officials declined
to estimate ho* ma ay might be
in the Orient.
In this connection. American
pilots who Inadvertently stray-
ed beyond the Manchurian
frontier spotted American P-63
Kingcobras and P-39 Aircobras
on the ground at Red Bases.
These types went to Russia un-
der World War II lend-lease.
As for aircraft quality. Am-
erican Air Force units have de-
monstrated their ability to
handle Russia's best fighter
plane, the Mig-15, in limited
encounters along the Yalu ri-
ver in Korea.
The American plane that bes-
ted the Mlg-15 was the F-86
Sabre, the best Interceptor the
United 8tates has in substan-
tial ouantltv. although better
ones are now coming into oper-
I ational use. ^___
Movie Cufie 'Wails: It's Getting
Tough Keeping The Classy Chassis
HOLLYWOOD, May 22 (UP)
Marilyn Monroe, a combustible
Icutle, said today she has trouble
Ikeping her custom-built chassis
because the wolves won't let her
exercise In public.
"I like to walk to work," she
pouted. "But I get stopped too
1 often by drivers who want to
I offer me a lift."
Marilyn says she can't go 50
Jfeet without a break-screaching
convertible slamming Into the
curb and some eager character
trying to get her Into his car.
"No," she sighs, "I take a taxi."
Miss Monroe, who's making "A
June 1 Deadline
For Entries In
I Army Art Contest
, United States Army Caribbean
officials today announced June 1
as the deadline for all entries in
the commend-wide art contest
which will be judged by a board
named by the USARCARD3 Spe-
cial Services Section.
The USARCARIB Contest is a
preliminary to the ALL-ARMY
I contest which will be held in
Washington under the auspices
lot the Adjutanl-General next
I Mil.
The entries are grouped In five
cateRories: posters, cartoon, de-
sign, painting and drawing. The
design category embraces "the
design of any item, br object of
common use, such as textiles,
clothing, furniture, plans for mo-
del homes, recreation center or
bBMdlngs."
Prizes will be awarded to the
USARCARIB winners, after which
their entries will be forwarded to
Washington for further competi-
tion.
Wac In His Life" for 20th Cen-
tury-Fox. Isn't the only glamour
gal who's too pretty to do what
less famous ladies get away with.
Like taking sunbaths on the
roof, for Instance. Katharine
Hepburn likes to do that, but
she had to stop getting her tan
on an MOM roof because adjoin-
ing roofs suddenly filled to
standing-room-only wlth curious
guys who didn't give a hang
about getting a>tan.
Joyce MacKenzie, shapely
beauty of "Dr. Praetorius, likes
to walk her dashshund puppy,
Velvet. But She kept bumping
Into too many "dog lovers"
all male. Now she airs the hound
on a back lot at 20th Centuy-
Fox. j
That's why Ginger Rogers had
to give up fishing. Every time
she waded Into the Rogue River
In Oregon an over-abundance of
bug-eyed males lined the banks
three deep.
And this is why Linda Darnell's
lawn is mowed by a gardener
these days. Linda liked to wiggle
into a fetching sun suit and slim
her waistline down by doing it
herself.
But everybody from the Ice
man to the paper boy promptly
forgot whatever It was he was
supposed to deliver and stood
around offering free horticul-
tural advice.
You don't see Sonja Henie
skating on public Ice rinks any
more, either. Or Yvonne De Car-
lo bicycling down Bunset Boule-
vard. Or Esther Williams diving
into a municipal pool.
"It's getting awful tough,"
Miss Monroe walled, "for a girl
to keep her shape."
Blonde Suri Crandsll, a shapely
5 foot 5 inch package of charm,
mounts an inflated, footless bronco
and makes like Hopalong. The
blue-eyed Susi tars in RKO
Radio's Nswlywed comedy series.
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CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. May 22
(UP) Harvard men are
chortling over the sad plight
of Yale students who will have
no maid service next fall, and
gloated "the place Is falling
apart."
"Sweeping and dusting are
activities well suited to the in-
tellectual level of Yale men,"
said Charles C. Osborne, Pre-
sident of the Lampoon humor
magazine.
The Yale administration an-
nounced yesterday that It
would release 70 maids and 25
campus guards on July 1 as
an economy measure and that
the students would have to
clean their own rooms next
year.
"The Yalles can learn much
by cleaning their own rooms,"
Harvard sophomore Robert L.
Consolinl, said. "Cleanliness Is
next to Godliness but Yalemen
still have a long way to go."
"The place Is falling a-
part," Stephen Saxe, a sen-
ior from New York, said glee-
fully. First they give up Der-
by Day and now this. Next
thing you know, they'll give
up intercollegiate football."
"This Is good news for Har-
vard," said John P. C. Train,
from Bar Harbor, Me. "We
should be able to get more
athletes here because we don't
make domestics out of Har-
vard fellows. We're all red-
blooded chaps here We've been
that way for over 300 years
and we alwavs will be." ,
"It seems that a liberal edu-
cation at Yale Includes making
one's own bed," observed Wil-
liam M. Simmons. Jr., of Chi-
cago, president of the student
undergraduate paper, the Har-
vard Crimson. ,
David L. Rattener, of Lin-
don, England, president H
the literary organization, the
Signet Club, said: "This
would never be tolerated at
Oxford. Alas, the last vestige*
of gentlemanly living In Ame-
rica are passing away."
The Harvard students neg-
lected to point out that trfey,
themselves, will have only par-
tial maid service next year.
They won't have to make their
beds, however.
In New Haven, Conn., Yale
students viewed the prospect
of no maid service with less
Interest than the news caused
at Harvard. ,','
"All the maids do now Is
emptv the ash trays when they
feel like it." one student said.
"Even so. if I have to clean
my own room, it will be In one.
helluva mess by the end of the
year.
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Regimental Combat Team who Jumped behind RedJtae..near
Munsan, Korea. The enterprising Yanks are Cpl. Thorn. Flynn.
left, of Brooklyn, N? Y.. and Wc. Leo Novak of St. Louis Mo.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. MAT , Jill
Chisox Win Fifth In Row To Stay Close To Yanld
|a Boca Track, Field, Cycle
eet Attracts 205 Athletes
Sthe Canal Zone Track, Field,
SB Cycle Championship.*, slat-
Bfor the La Boca Ball Paro
^Memorial Day, has attracted
athletei from the Canal
U. S. and Local Rate
ns, the Republic, and the
e Cynthia Baynes, and Theresa
Cox.
Harold Scott's Stiver City Ath-
letic Club will Invade with Har-
old Brown, Wilfred McLeod,
Edgar Dawklns, Cyril Adamson,
Valentine De gousa, Esther
Stewart, Dolores Worrell, and
many others.
lthough some participants
listed as Independent, the
lority of the athletes will
i the colors of the leading
Iletlc clubs on the Isthmus.
he U. 8. Rate towns will be
represented by the Balcristo
rlqh with such stars as Char*-
fMcArthur, Bob Young, Fred
burn, Henry Cruz, Dick
nson, Jaime Sals. Robert J8|a Mendoza.
~gson, Richard Ostrea, Waily
Jut, Harold Manning, Bill
ckburn, and Abllo Mosquera,
larlle Belllzaire's Polica
^tab will be the hope of Pan-
3BQn City with such stalwarts
-Leonardo Parker, Lester So-
bers, .Marcus Wilson. Adeline
Bernard, Simon Pefialosa. An-
tonio Arguelles, and George
Hymieson.
Ashton Parchment's Club
Mercurio, which boasts the best
record i-1 the annals of Isth-
mian truck, will have as stan-
dard bearers Phillip Malcolm,
Reginald Matthews, Albert Hall,
Jennings Blackett, Mitchell Clo-
vis, Charlotte Gooden, Jose Sa-
las, Sidney Dryden, and a strong
field of promising rookies.
Outstanding In the contin-
gent from Abel Bravo of Colon
will .be Oliver Swaby, Erls Fer-
guson, Alfred Grenlon, Rodman
Nunez, Thomas Bartley, Oscar
Wallace, Bernardo Bufal, Eus-
tace Forde, Juan Alvarado, and
a speedy group of girls headed
by Kufremia Pigueroa and Eu-
In addition to the clubs men-
tioned above, entries have been
received from Club Los 600 of
Panama City, Club Juniors, and
St. Joseph's CIO. It la expected
that first, second, and third
flace winners of the Armed
orces Championships will par-
ticipate In the Canal Zone
Championships.
C.Z. Championship Shoot Set
For Cristobal This Week End
John West's Red Tank Ath-
letic Club will debut with Jim-
my Evcrsley. Gloria Stewart.
JJsther Alexander, Delia Sim-
mons, Claudette Seales, and
Leonard Watson.
From Chagres a powerful de-
legation will be sent by Clinton
Parrls who will rely on Anto-
nio Forde, Roy Campbell, Billy
Scott, Charles Blackman, Regi-
nald Ba.bb, Theresa Manning,
Dunlop Tennis
Tourney Entries
Close Thursday
Entries for' the Dunlop Ten-
nis Tournament will be receiv-
ed up to Thursday. -
Two beautiful trophies will be
put up for this tournament and
the cream of the tennis play-
ers are expected to enter.
Interested parties are re-
quested to contact the Panama
Olympic Swimming pool (Tel.
3-02861 or David Halman (Tel.
2-1103).
[HE NATION SAYS
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The annual Championship
Trap Shoot will be held at the
Cristobal Gun Club next Sat-
urday and Sunday. Sterling sil-
ver trophies will be awarded to
the winners of the four events.
These trophies are donated an-
nually by the -Amateur Trap-
shooting Association of Amer-
ica.
On Saturday the 200 target
sixteen yard singles Champion-
ship will be shot. There is ion,y
dollars added to the entry and
the purse will be divided into
three classes with four money's
In each. .
The 100 target doubles and
handicap events will take place
on Sunday with sixty dollars
added to the handicap purse,
and forty dollars added to the
doubles purse.
The overall championship will
be decided on the tour hundred
targets. One hunared dolls is
added to this purse which wnl
be dlvlQed by tne Lewis system,
three classes 40. 30, 20 and 10%.
This our biggest shoot of the
year should be very Interesting
as the prize money Is evenly
divided, and of course the larg-
est individual purse wHl be In
the handicap where the winner
will take 25% of the jjurse and
the Sterling Sliver trophy. The
remainder of the purse is divid-
ed between the next seven high
guns.
Several prizes have been don-
ated by the Merchants in Pan-
ama and Colon, and It Is ex-
pected that both the Winches-
ter Arms Co., and Remington
Arms Co. Agents 111 each don-
ate suitable prizes.
Shooting wnl start each day
at 9 a.m. Anyone who Is inter-
ested In this sport is welcome
to come to the club at Brazos
road and enter any event, there
are no restrictions except that
to win a silver trophy, you must
have lived In the Canal Zone
or Panama for six months
prior to the State Championship
hoot.
Entries Being Received
For Ping Pong Tourney
Entry applications from play- Registration will be open un-
en wishing to compete in the til May St. Entry blanks may
Isthmian Table Tennis Cham- be obtained from the foiTo'-
pionship Tournament scheduled ing committee members: lyl-
to get underway on June 4 are vester Callender, Dave Consta -
now belngg received by the ble, George Tedd and Webster
sponsoring committee, It was Marshall. Or. from William
announced yesterday. Stephenson and Arthur Joeiph
The competition Hit! be open of the Isthmian Table Tennis
to all ping pong players in club, and Stanley Lonev, C. /.
Panama. Colon and the Canal sports coordinator, Pacific Club-
Zone. The winner of the series house,
will be crowned Isthmian cham-
pion and will receive a costly On the Atlantic side, applic-
trophy donated by Cla. Alfaro, ants may obtain entry blanks
local representative of Interna- from Arnold Anglln or Harold
tional Harvester products. Scott.
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Six Former Winners
in USARCarib Track
Championship Meet
Among the entries in this
years U. S. Army Caribbean
Panama Area track and field
meet, being held this week s*
Balboa 6tadlum, are six of the
men who helped the 504th Field
Artillery, Battalion Of Fort
Kobbe sweep first place last
year.
All have entered In the events
In which they placed last year,
and one, Pe. Luis Centeno.
Service Battery, has entered the
1951 competition not only in the
440-yard run, which he took
last year with 53.4, but also in
the 880.
Sgt. Ramon. Bosario-Rodrl-
guez, Battery B, Is again to be
a competitor In. the shot-put
and discus throw, both of whicn
he won last year with tosses
of 46 feet and 119 feet, 11 in-
ches, respectively.
Last year's winner will again
compete in the broadjump. He
is Sgt. Augustin Figueroa-San-
tana, Battery B, who won in
1951 with 19 feet, 4''2 Inches.
Second and third place win-
ners in the javelin throw last
year we > Cpt. Felix A. Mora-
les, Battery A and Cpt. Saul
Sanchez, Headquarters Battery.
They are again entered.
In the high jump event will
be Cpt. William Agosto-Santla-
go,. Battery A, who came In
third last year.
The 504th won the meet last
year with a total of 59 points,
with the 33rd Infantry Regi-
ment second with 34 points, and
the 7561st Army Unit (Signal t
third with IS.
American League
Teams VV I. Pet. New York . . tl 9 .79
Brooklyn 18 13 .581 Chicago .... 17 .654
Chicago 17 14 .548 Detroit.....16 11 .593
St. Louis . 16 14 .533 Boston.....16 IS .536
Boston..... Philadelphia 17 16 .515 Washington 16 13 .536
16 17 .485 Cleveland .... 18 15 .I..!
New lork . . 16 19 .457 Philadelphia 9 SI .300
Pittsburgh 14 17 .452 St. Louis . . i ss .258
Cincinnati . . 14 18 IES .438 jad 1 M TODAY'S GAMES Mr!
TODAY'S .A
Boston at St. Louis Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N).
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
YESTERDAV'S RESULTS
New York
St. Louis
Jansen
Westrum.
Slaley (6-3) and Rice.
No other games scheduled.
000 200 0002
020 030 OOx5
(3-4), Gettel
6 2
9 0
and
Garcia Forced Into
Two Months Rest By
Plummer Walloping
A check-up on Puerto Rlcan
boxer Francisco Colon Garcia
after Sunday night's loss to Fe-
derico Plummer revealed that
Garcia had a broken nose plus
deep cuts over and under both
eyes. Doctors recommended that
Garcia remain lncatlve for the
next two months.
In an interview today, Garcia
disclosed that he will return to
his homeland for a rest then
come back after two months for
a return bout with Plummer.
Garcia said that Plummer is
a really good boxer with his
best weapon being his reach
plenty of It.
The Puerto Rlcan Is slated to
leave for his native land Friday.
He said that he is sure that the
next time he meets Plummer
the decision will be the other
way around.
Garcia recalled his similar
situation with Diego Sosa. Sosa
knocked down the Puerto Rlcan
14 times the first time they met
to cod a unanimous decision,
but in the return maten It was
Garcia who did the knocking
down. He dropped Sosa seven
Cleveland at Philadelphia (N).
Detroit at Boston.
Chicago at Washington (N).
Only games scheduled.
YESTRRDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 616 111 2207 10 1
Boston 067 SOS 2x9 9 1
..Trout (2-3). Borowy, Stuart.
Bearden, White, Truck* and
Ginsberg.
Nixon (2-0), Parnell, Kinder,
Taylor and Mos.
(Night Game)
New York t, St. Louis 0.
(Night G
Chicago 5. Washington 3.
Only games scheduled.
Along The Fairways
Charley Wood took time out
Sunday during the Beer Mug
Matches at Summit to report
that all is in readiness to take
care of the golfing Seniors who
will play agaihst par this Sat-
urday and Sunday at the Brazos
Brook Club.xAccording/to Char-
ley. Joe Barbara has the course
in excellent condition, ready for
the attempt to determine Al
Saarlnen as Senior Champion.
According to locker-room
gossip. Brazos Brook expects the
new champion will have to bet-
ter the score of either Doc Byrd.
George Engelke or Merv Frenen.
However. Pacific Slders are bet-
ting on Saarlnen and Matt
Shannon as the boys (?) to beat.
(Continued on Page SIX)
Councilmen Win
No-Hitter; 2nd
Game Tonight
The knee thigh guys of the
Little League put on a show
lase nlgnt at the Balboa Stad-
ium that left 1200 fans breath-
less and saying to one another,
'Whatta a ball game'' and "Gee
this Is better than the pros put
on,'" and so on.
It was a great boost to the
8 to 12-year-old "youngstera to
see auch a great turnout at the
game, and has proven con-
clusively that the Little League
Is here to stay on the Isthmus,
and that -its popularity will
grow.
The Councilmen of Curundu
came out on top by a close
score of 2-0. Richie Hayden
started for Curundu and he Just
continued wnere he leit off In
the last game with Sears. That
Is, he continued his not-hit
performance for three Innings.
Bobby Best replaced him, and
he too continued the spell and
when the evening was over, for
the second time in a row a-
galnst Curundu, the Catalog
Kids of Sears did not register
a single blow.
While Best and Hayden pitch-
ed good ball, much credit must
be given to the fielders for their
support. All evening the Cata-
log Kids were smacking the
bail only to have the Council-
man fielders snag line drives
or throw out the runners on
close playa.
In the third, after Walling
struck out, Frangioni got a bit,
stole second and came home on
a solid single by Hayden. In the
fifth Walling received the only
walk for Curundu, and even-
tually scored on a passed ball.
For Sears pitcher, Ronnie
Mead, it was a tough one to
lose. He gave up only four hits
and handled himself on the
mound like a Major League
veteran.
Tonight the same teams will
again meet. Curundu will be
out to end the championship
series and gain the honors as
being the first Little League
Champs, while Sears will be out
to tie up the serle*.
Richards Inspired Team
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C.H.S. Cops School
Hoop Championship
The Crlstoal High basketball
team wound up the TS51 Cape
Loop In the Interscholastlc
Championship undefeated a-
galnst Balboa High and with
only one defeat charged against
them, suffered In an upset by
C. Z. Junior College.
Friday, Cristobal put the fin-
ishing touches on a highly
successful season by downing
Balboa 52 to 38. In the open-
ing game, the young hopefuls,
the Junior Varsity, undefeated
throughout the year, kept their
record clean by swamping the
Balboa J. V. 37 to. 28, thus
starting clean sweep on the
evening for the Gold Coast
Champs.
With an even balance on
coring throughout the first
canto, the two teams ended
deadlocked at- nine points each.
Beginning to assert themselves
In the second quarter of play,
and paced by Skippy Anderson s
nine points and Wilson's seven,
Cristobal wound up the first
half of play with a slim 23 to
19 advantage over Balboa. Brady
was the big scoring threat for
(he visiting Pacific Siders in
the first half, keeping his squad
in the fight with nine points in
that half.
In the second half of play,
the picture began to change
rather rapidly, and Cristobal
began accumulating a lead
which they were destined never
to lose. With every man on the
squad sharing in the Cristobal
drive, the Champs moved out
to a 35 to 27 lead when the
tl\ird quarter ended, and con-
tinued the steady, even pace,
with teamwork extremely evi-
dent and predominent, wound
up the night's activities with
a 52 to 38 lead.
Early in the fourth quarter,
Balboa's ace performer, Brady,
was" out on five fouls. Never-
theless, Balboa continued a fu-
tile attmpe to cut down on
Cristobal's lead, and enjoyed
their best quarter in the last
canto, without their ace, when
they tallied 11 points.
High point man for the
winning CHS. team was Roy
Wilson who accounted for 10 of
the Cristobal markers, follow-
ed closely by Anderson, Man-
ning and Allgaler with nine
each. Bailey had seven and Sul-
livan six. Simons and Black-
burn each had one to account
for all of Cristobal's points. For
the losers. Brady led the scor-
ing parade with 10 points, ac-
counted for in the first three
quarters. Second beat waa Os-
car Kourany with S, and then
Maphis with seven.
The Cristobal coach, popular
Paul Moser. deserves much cre-
dit for the way he molded {o-
Ether one of the finest cace
ams seen In high school cir-
cles in many years, this despite
the fact that it Is his first
coaching season. He did the
lob Like an old Pro, gaining
the confidence of players and
fans alike in less than one year
on the Isthmus.
In the J. V. contest, C.H.S.
moved out In front quickly as
The White Sox took a 4-0 lead
on two unearned runs and Ed-
die Robinson's two-run triple
but Gill Coan cut the margin
to 4-3 with a three-run homer.
The White Sox then picked up
an insurance run which loomed
bigger when the Senators put on
a final threat.
Elsewhere in the American
League, the Yankees stayed two
games In front of the runner-
up White Sox by defeating the
Browns 2-0 In a Yankee Sta-
dium night game and the Red
Box outslugged the Tigers 9-7
at Boston.
The Cardinals defeated the
Giants 6-2 at St. Louis in the
National League in the only
other Major League game sched-
uled.
The Yankees got only a bunt
single and didn't hit the ball
out of the Infield until the sixth
Inning but in that frame they
Cut together three singles off
efty Stubby Overmlre for the
run that broke the scoreless tie.
Vic Raschi. who like Overmlre
gave up only five hits, won his
seventh gam* and his second
shutout. Raschi struck out six
batters. This was the Yankees
12th win in 14 games at home.
The Red Sox got a spe-
cial lift when Ted Williams
pulled out of his batting
slump with three hits, In-
cluding 8,875 loot homer to
drive in toree rana. The
game was wrapped up In
the seven-run third Inning
when It men went to hat.
The Tigers' Pat Mullin and
Dick Kryhoskl homered. Willarci
the two Salter brothers, Rine-
hart and Sears dropped in 11
points, with Donahue scoring
only three points for Balboa.
Cristobal made 9 mote in the
second period to five for Bal-
boa. With this lead of 20 to &
at half time, Coach Palumbo
kept sending in a sprinkling
of reserves, giving all the Tig-
era a chance to see action.
lNxon, the winner, was hard
hit and had to leave In the
seventh. However, he struck
out six batters In winning his
second game .
, Gerry Staley pitched a six-
hitter for the Cardinals and
was backed up at the plate by-
Nippy Jones who blasted aj
three-run double In the fifth to
provide the victor's margin.
This was the third straight
victory for the hot-and-cold
Cardinals who lead the league
then tumbled to eighth placa
and now are only a half-gam*
behind the Cubs and a game-
and- a-half out of the lead in
the dizzy National League
struggle.
Boxing Commission
Okays Thompson vs.
Peralta Main Bout
The Panama Boxing Commis-
sion yesterday approved a fight
program for June 3 at the Pa-
nama Gym featuring Leonel Pe-
ralta and Luis Thompson in the
ten-round main bout.
The two fighters signed to
make a 135-pound limit. It will
be the first main venter and
first ten round contest for both
boys. Both are unbeaten in the
professional ranks.
The semifinal will be a six-
rounder between Vicente Wor-
rell and Baby Valentine at 124-
pound limit.
Two four-rounders will round
out the card. Leslie Oreen and
Melanio Pacheco will swap
punches at 118 In the first pre-
liminary while Marty Pier and
Franklin McCree will tackle each)
other in the second preliminary.
JOE
by
WILLIAMS
Far years baseball, like free leve, has keen eparatlng to a
twilight sene of legality, shuddering prodigiously at the slight-
est threat of eeuH togabr tote the controversial reserve clause,
the foundation on which the game's continuity is built.
But now that Congress through a committee headed bv ame-
nuel Celler, who happens to be a Brooklyn addict, is to examine
tht Instrument In what promises to be a friendly, or at least
neutral atmosphere, there is no frantic disposition on the pars
of the nervous Nellies to hide under the bed.
On the contrary, there Is reason to believe that Walter O-
Malley, the Brooklyn boss, typifies the general attitude when he
tells me: "We welcome*Congresslonal action. It's time we know
where we stand. Either we are running a legitimate business or
we aren't. As matters stana we are an inviting target for shake-
down suits."
Baseball's defense foi years has been that reserve clause,
vhlch binds a player to one club until he's sold, traded or fired,
is, a necessarv evil. Without It there could be no orderly opera-
tion and chaos would iollow with the more affluent owners do-
minating a hopelessly lop-sided competition.
Mr. O'Mallev is correct. The situation is alluring to lawyers
and disgruntled players, most of whom, it Is lnterestlnc. to pote,
are mediocrities. Like Danny Gardella, for example. A busher
who owed his big-league status to wartime conditions. Having
no talent to'apeak for Mm when the pros came back, he turned
to the courts ahd baseball's Achllles^Heel.
An Exemption Is Suggested
This was a time when baseball should have forced a show-
down despite the fact that the Giants' front office had handled
the contract with characteristic stupidity. Instead, the gama
bowed, the suit was settled out of court, concessions granted and
a new racket highlighted.
At the moment the reserve clause la under fire in the courts.
One Jim Pendergast. a pitcher who will never get any closer to
th Hall of Fame than a tourist, sobs he has been outraged in
some nebulous manner to the extent of $160,000. A minor-league
operator, name of Jack Corbett. crlee he has been wronged $300,-
000 worth. The bovs are lust catching on. Maybe vou can't win
but what's wrong with a fat settlement?
The_readiness of Mr. O'Mallev. and presumably his associates,
Mnally to come to grips with the issue may have been influenced
bv Congressman Celler's suggestion that if worst comes to worst
it might be. possible to exempt baseball from whatever law the
reserve clause may be In conflict .with.
It appears that such exemptions have been extended to other
businesses with constitutional sanction and the congressman
seems to believe that should the reserve clause fail to measure
up to legal requirements a special category could be created, for
baseball without evoking criticism of favoritism.
What Dsseball would have to prove, if my understanding is
right, is that It does not violate laws governing monopolies from
which the Individual suffers. This should not be hard to prove
in a business where ordinary voung men iri their 30s recelvg
more than the Chief Executive for swinging bats and catching;
flies in the outfield to the acclaim of an idolatrous public.

How About the Yankee Crowd?
Baseball's problem, however, does not end with the reserve
clause. There are ramifications such as television and radio
which come under the head of interstate commerce and are
therefore sublect to legal inquiry. This is another issue baseball
has gingerlv sidestepped for similar reasons. .
There is abundant evidence that nation-wide coverage of
big-league eames bv the electronic mediums is murdering the
smaller circuits, vet so fearful qf the courts are the moguls that
they refuse to hit a protesting finger. In this connection, it
should be noted the moguls concern is considerably assuaged by
hefty sums they receive from the stations.^ For the minors they
continue to have limitless sympathy.
Mr. O'Mallev Is hopeful the Celler examination will include
the TV-ridio angle. "Let us get It all over with at once." ha
urges. "Let us learn precisely what we can or cannot do with
our product. To clarify the one problem and leave the other in
dispute lent going to help us much."
Despite the fact thev remained in the perman fight up to
the final dav the Dodgers lost mon* art year. They are still
losing money. Yet Mr. O'Mallev tnsUu. TV and radio help more
than they hurt his business. "Our trouble lies elsewhere." he
savs. without specif vine where. "Look at the Yankees. They
drew 68.285 paid on a Monday night, largest crowd of the year,
a slnrle game that was both televised and radioed. Answer ma
that?"


TUESDAY, MAV it, 151
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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EMBAB8AD0R OS ECUADOR BNTEBTJWS
AT LUNCHEON FOR PANAMANIAN AMBASSADOR
The Ambassador of Ecuador *anWM.Six Duran Bailen,
ive a luncheon at El Panama Hotel Saturday In honor ol the
mbassador ol Panama to Ecuador, Alberto Aloman.
To Visit
Admiral and Mrs. Bledsoe
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Arnold
of San Antonio, Texas, will visit
the commandant of the 15th Na-
val District and Mrs. Albert M.
Bledsoe at the Balboa Naval Re-
servation or twd week*. They are
expected to arrive Monday aboard
the 88 Chlrtqul from New Or-
leans. Mrs. Bledsoe U their niece.
Arrivals from
Costa Rica
The Mexican Ambassador to
Costa Rica and Mrs. Manuel de
Negrl arrived lMt week from Ban
Jose and are the house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford
In Ancon.
Farewell Party Given
or Mr. and Mrs. Hatch
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Donald-
son honored Mr. and Mrs. Aram
Hatch at a buffet supper given
Saturday evening at their resi-
dence at Balboa Heights. After
a residence of many years here
Mr. and Mrs. Hatch are leaving
the Isthmus Saturday to reside at
Plttsford. Vermont.
Departure '
Mrs. Armando Qonzales, wife of
the Secretary of the Mexican
Embassy in Panama, left by air-
plane today to spend a vacation
Li Mexico. Her husband plans to
Join her later lor a short leave.
Morwla-Bcrg Wedding
Last Week-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert O. Berg
o fBrockton, Massachusetts, an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Margaret Esther, to
William H. Murwln. Jr., son of
Mrs. William H. Murwln and the
late Mr. Murwln of Jacksonville.
Florida, former resident* of the
canal Zone.
The wedding took place May 19
In the Congregational Church in
Brockton. The out of town guests
Included Mrs. Murwln, mother of
the groom.
Mr. Murwln was brought up in
the Canal Zone and moved with
his family to" Jacksonville during
his high school years. Later he
was employed with the Dredging
Division here and Is at present
with the Monitor Comptroller
Corporation of East Bralntree,
Massachusetts. He and his bride
are spending their honeymoon in
Jacksonville, where Mrs. R. B.
Myers and Mrs. Roland V. Mur-
wln. sisters of the groom, are
entertaining for them Saturday
evening of this week.' J
Mrs. Graham Arrives
for Visit Har _
Mrs. Gerald'F. Graham arriv-
ed recently frtm Peora. Illinois,
to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Dwlght Van Evera, of Balboa and
with her. husband's parents, Lt.
and Mrs. Perce'.GfahAm dfDla-
bio Heights. Herhuiband. Who is
a lieutenant In the Air Force Re-
serve, has been recalled to duty
and is now at Sherman, Texas.
Before his recall he was a student
at Bradley University, in Peoria.
Mrs. Murwln Arriving
from Florida
Mrs. William H. Murwln and,
her daughter, Mrs. Carrie May
Scharpensteln of Jacksonville,
Florida, are expected to arrive
here the latter part of this
month to visit Mrs. Murwln's
daughter, Mrs. Eulle M. Bennett
t Balboa. They will be here tor
Irs. Bennett's Installation as
president of Unit No. 1, American
Legion Auxiliary.
Morning Cot too Tomorrow
at Lutheran Service Center
The League of Lutheran Wom-
en will hold a morning coffee to-
morrow at 9 a.m. in the Balboa
Lutheran Service Center. Mrs
Bernthal and Mrs. Fisher will be
hostesses. Members and their
friends are Invited to the coffee.
Officers Elected
Chagras Unit No. 6, American
Legion Auxiliary of Gamboa, held
a business meeting and election
of officers Wednesday evening.
Following the business Mrs. Cla-
ra Youart and Mrs. Betty Craw-
ford were hostesses for refresh--
ments and a social hour.
The new officers elected were:
5resident, Mrs. Grace Anderson;
st vice-president. Miss Marie
McNeff; 2nd vice-president. Mrs.
Peggy Kreger: secretary-treasur-
er. Mrs. Dorothy Hall; chaplain,
Mrs. Clara Youart; and sergeant-
at-arms, Mrs. Betty Malone.
Organ Concert to be Heard
at St. Luke's Cathedral
Professor Franz Manfredl will
present an organ concert at the
Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon
Sunday at 7 p.m. He will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Harry H. Loessler,
Jr., soprano. The program will
Include compositions by Bach,
Franck. Manfredl, Frescobaldi,
Marcollo and Dubols.
Professor Manfredl is a mem-
ber of the Isthmian Branch I of
the American Guild of Organists
and Is a musician well known In
Panama and the Canal Zone. The
public Is Invited to the concert.
Rainbow Installation Tonight
Pedro Miguel Assembly No. 3,
Order of Rainbow for Girls, will
Ivonne Bryce Wins
La Boca Contest
hold anejen Installation of of-
ficers tonight at 7:30 at the Pe-
dro Miguel Lodge Hall. Miss Coi-
la Goodln will be the new worthy
advisor. Eastern 8tars. Masons
and all other friends of the Rain-
bow Girls are invited to be pres-
ent.
"
I
Feuding Polk County
May Shoot Itself
Into Little Pieces
NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 22
(UP). Tennessee officials be-
6an an investigation today into
ne legality of a plan to end a
"reign of terror" In strife-torn
Polk County by "liquidating" the
county as such.
Gov. Gordon Browning said he
had asked State Attorney Gen-
eral Roy Beeler to determine If
residents of the East Tennessee
mountain county can vote to
abolish their county and parcel
lt out to surrounding ones.
Browning said he took the ac-
tion due to letters and publish-
ed complaints which said a
"reign of terror" was rampant
In the county. "Definitely I'm not
advocating that the people abol-
ish their county, but there have
been reports of people wanting
to sell their property and leave."
W. August Lewis, Polk County
political leader, was slain In a
shotgun ambuscade at his Ben-
ton, Tenn., home 11 days ago.
The slaying climaxed a political
feud between the so-called "Good
Government League" and the
"Democratic" faction.
The County Court has been
blocked four times in its efforts
to meet by GGL members who
barricaded themselves in the
courthouse. A fifth attempt of
the court to meet shortly after
Lewis' murder failed when "De-
mocratic" members of the court
failed to appear. The Court's
membership is deadlocked 4 and
4.
Meanwhile, Polk Sheriff John
Edwards, a GGL member, said
he had "nothing to be positive
of" In his Investigation of Lewis'
killing.
The State and a Nashville
newspaper have offered awards
totaling $6,000 for information
leading to the arrest and con-
viction of the murder.
Neo-Nazis Come Back
Ranting In Geiinany
By Robert Haoger
Mr. and Mrs. Schnake
Hosts at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Newell Shaw and
Mr. and Mrs. Eft Brown were the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Schnake at their home at Pe-
dro Miguel Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, who are
leaving son for the United States.
have moved from Pedro Miguel
and are the house guests of their
son. R. B. Ward, at curundu.
The St. Therese May Queen
contest came to a close on Sat-
urday with Miss Yvonne Bryce as
May Queen with 5580 votes. Oth-
er runner ups are Jean Holmes.
2610 votes; Virginia Searles. 1700
votes; Maria Powell, 1005 votes;
Carol Wason. 565, votes.
The coronation o fQueen
Yvonne 1st will be held on Fri-
day, in the St. Therese parish
hall at 7:30 p.m.
The queen and her court will
parade around the streets of La
Boca on Sunday.
Mrs. Evelyn de Best
Dies; Interred Today
Mrs. Evelyn (Juliet) Thomp-
son de Best, ormerly of La Boca,
died Saturday night at her resi-
dence, No. 23 Vista Hermosa.
She Is survived by her husband
Randolph Best, her mother and
ather, Mr. and Mrs. James
Thompson, her daughter Elodle.
brothers Samuel. Norman and
Lloyd and a sister. Lina.
Mrs. Best was buried this af-
ternoon at the Corozal Cemetery.
Governor Browning approved a
$5,000 award offer by the state,
while the Nashville Tennessean
put up $1,000 under a so-called
"secret witness" plan.
Under the newspaper's plan, a
person could point out the mur-
derer and collect both the awards
without public use of his name.
Many officers have said they be-
lieve the plan may prove success-
ful since It eliminates fear of
retribution against the Informer.
BONN, Germany, May 22 (UP)
The neo-Nazi Reich Party
(SRP) which showed surpris-
ing strength In its first elec-
tion fight, has won new sup-
port from another rightist
party.
Alfred Lorltz, known as the
"blond Hitler" in the early post
war days, pledged "good and
close" cooperation between his
Economic Reconstruction Party
(WAV) and the SRP.
Lorltz told reporters here that
he was delighted with the out-
come of the Lower Saxony State
election May 6 when the neo-
nazls in their debut polled 400,-
OOOg tor 11 percent of the vote
and captured 16 State Assembly
seats. It emerged fourth in a
10 party race.
Most public appeals of the
neo-nazls are launched by tall,
burning eyed fanatic Otto Re-
iner whom Hitler promoted
from major to major general
for keeping the Berlin garri-
son loyal after the abortive at-
tempt to assassinate Hitler July
20, 1944.
But the head of the SRP la
Fritz Doris, a Federal parlia-
ment Deputy.
Lorlta held frequent and
lengthy conferences last week
with Doris as a start In the
direction of a cooperation be-
tween these two groups. But
Just how much strength Lorltz
can bring to the neo-nazls is
problematical.
His party, organized only In
Bavaria, started out in the
Federal Bundestag (Lower
House i with 13 seats. Deser-
tions to the splinter outfits has
whittled that flggure to 8.
Doris and Frans Rlchter, the
only Reich Party men in the
Bundestag, although keeping
their party identity, have work-
ed with Lorltz' party. Official
faction lists show their names
on the WAV roster of deputies.
A drawing together of the
two Rightist elements may
prove a possible way out for
the Reich Party If the Federal
Government carries out a threat
to ban lt. Some observers be-
lieve lt can make a good case
against the Reich Party under
a provision banning parties
seeking to Jeopardize the Re-
public.
The party employs Hitler-
style trappings in conducting
meetings with nazi songs and
decorations. It has a uniformed
youth group.
Until banned by the Federal
cabinet two days before the
Lower Saxony elections, it also
had a "terroristic Relchsfront"
modelled after Hitler's storm
troopers.
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A team game often separates
the sheep from the foxes. When
today's hand was played, the bid-
ding and the opening lead were
identical In both rooms, but the
similarity ended at the second
trick.
In the first room East overtook
the queen of spades with his king,
continued with the ace of spades,
and then led the Jack of spades.
It was obvious to South that West
would not be able to follow suit.
South therefore had to ruff
high enough to shut West out. He
couldn't tell that any trump In
his hand would be big enough for
the task, but he could afford to
ruff with the eight of hearts.
This naturally hed the trick.
It was now clear to declarer
that the queen of hearts was in
the East hand. He therefore led a
diamond to dummy's ace and re-
turned the Jack of hearts for a
trump finesse. The finesse suc-
ceeded, of course, and declarer
therefore lost no trump trick. He
eventually lost a club trick, but
fulfilled his contract.
In the second room East over-
took the opening lead with his
king of spades but then aban-
doned the suit. He realized what
would happen If he continued
the suit. South would undoubt-
edly ruff high and then finesse
through the queen of hearts. In-
stead of giving away the trump
situation. East shifted at once to
the queen of clubs.
South won at once with ths ace
of clubs, fearing that East had
led a singleton queen. He had no
Information about the location
of the queen of hearts and (per-
haps unwisely) tried to drop lt
instead of finessing. When the
queen of hearts failed to drop
under the ace or king, declarer
was set. He was bound to lose
three tricks In the black suits
and had managed to mlsguess the
trumps.
IT'S A CRYING SHAMESen. Estos Kefauver (D., Tenn.), as chief of the Senate crime investi-
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different problem with his six-month-old .daughter. Gall. The baby voices violent objections to being
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FOR SAL
Household
l<5k SALE: Boby stroller $5.00,
"roclung horses S2.00, severol 5.50
1 1 f tires. S3 to $6, tubes $1.00.
miscellaneous dishes ond glasses,
child's wheeled toys cheap, metol
bed frame 3/4 size, 1 porch shode
6 feet wide. 2 shades 7 feet wide.
House 741-A Enterprise Ploce.
Balboa J-1584.
DR SALE:Refrigerator, 9 cu. ft.,
Westinghouse; automatic Bendix
washing mochine, both 25 cycle,
tables, lamps, baby crib. House
561 l-D, Diablo Hgts.
IUST SELL by Thursday, 7 1-2
25 cycle 4 1-2 years old Shel-
vodor refrigerator. $75. De Wuxe
Easy washer 25 cycle, 6 months
old. $150.. Both excellent shape.
QovHan Rd. 1550 K. phone 2-
6350.__________________
|OR SALE:7 cu. ft. Frigidaire 25
cycle, box in good condition. New
unit. $85.00 cash. Phone 3-2573.
House 53 Cristobal._______________
(OR SALE: Refrigerator, almost
(new. 60 cycle. Reasonable. Call
house 171-D. Roosevelt Ave. New
Cristobal, 4:00 p. m. to 6:00 p.
m. _____
JOR SALE:G. E^Radio combina-
tion, single bed, coffee toble, oc-
i easional table, table lomps, cot-
ton mattress, dressing mirror, Ro-
yol typewriter, 2-1605. 5727-A,
Dioblo Heights.____________
fc)R SALE:Box spring, like new,
twin size. Call 83-5153. (Army)
after 4:30.
DR SALE:Mahogany Dining-Liv-
ino and Bedroom sets in excel-
lent condition. Coll 3-1975 from
2 to 5 p. m.
(DR SALE:Leaving. Chest of drw-
ers with mirror, $10.00; vanity,
with three mirrors. $15.00;
sofa, two chairs, two rocking chairs
mohogany center table $20 00.
Good condition. No. 13, 46th. St.
apartment No. 4.
LESSONS
eorn poise, grace, balonce and self
confidence in ballroom, dancing.
Leave name, address, phon oi
desk Balboa YMCA or Box 106,
Bolboa. Hornett Or Cunn.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:Packord two door se-
dan white wall tires, seat covers
In extremely good condition with
7.300 miles for B.2,000.00. Terms.
Call to Cia. General de Seguros,
S. A. from 8:00 a. m. to 1:00 p.
m. 2-2040.
FOR SALE:Packard 4 Door Sedan
1942 model, rodio heater, fog
lights, elec. windshield wipers, good
tires. Phone 3-2561.
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury, block,
WSW with radio. 7,500 miles,
$1,900. Phone 828 -'3308.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford Custom
Club Coupe, green, leather up-
holstery, good rires, $400 down
ooyment. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
Yyr FORO, MERCURY and LIN-
COLN Dealer, on Automobile row.
FOR SALE:1948 Studeboker Com-
mander, four door sedan, with
rodio and extra tires. Can be fin-
anced. Call 82-2194 or house
566-B. Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE: 1947 International 1
ton Panel Delivery Truck in
good condition. Contact Broniff
Airways, Tivoli Avenue No. 18,
or Coll Panama 2-2102 during
office hours.
FOR SALE: Hillman Conv.rtiblei.
the smartest car in the country,
in stock.
Agencias Lymim, S. A.
232 Central Ave. Tal. 3-1033 &
3-1034
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancon. C. X.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALF:High gloss oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
CANASTA FANS!! Get your new
kits, covers, scorers while they
lost, ot rockbottom prices. Hosmo.
Via Espaa.
FORS ALt:Seomless Plastic Lamp-
shades ideal for the Tropics
washable and durable wide as-
sortment of shades and sizes
sacrifice prices. Hasmo-Frigidoire,
Via Espaa.
FOR SALE:Pure bred Germon pup-
pies, olso imported canaries. Tel.
2-1506 3-2933 and two wo-
man's winter coots. also English
tweed man's overcoat.
FOR SALE: Aquarium supplies.
Aquarium fish and plants. No. 1 I
Via Espaa, opposite Juan Fran-
co stables. Phone 3-4132.
RESORTS
Vllliams Santa Clora Beach Ccttages.
Two bedrooms, alectric refrigera-
tion Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
Phillioa. Beach cottages, Santa Clara,
Box number 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
House ON BEACH at Santa Clara.
Also mountain top home at CERRO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNEL,
Balboa 2820 or see caretaker
there.
Gromlieh's Santa Clora beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR SALEGirl's bicycle 26". House
610-C, Cocoll.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing foot
mochine, typewriter, gos stove,
youth bed, stroller, baby crib.
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALEFord Tudor Sedan 1946.
Very reasonable. 5627-D, Hecker
Place, Diablo, after 4:30 p. m.
FOR SALE: -1950 Fard Da Lua 2-
door sedan, color gray, low mi-
leage, good tiras. An outstanding
buy. Only $465 down payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC., your
your FORD. MERCURY and LIN-
COLN Dealer, an Automobile raw.
USED PONTIACS
Selection of 1941 and 1949 PON-
TIAC Used Cars in excellent condi-
tion. Trade-ins accepted and finance
available. See your Pontiac dealar,
CIVA, S. A.
16 J. F. do lo Osso Ave. Panama
FOR SALE: 1942VMercury Club
i Ocupe. Very good condition. $450.
00. 2006-A. 1st Street, Curundu.
PERSONALS
(ILL: I didn't enjoy myself last night
ond neither did you. yet it wasn't
our fault. Next time we will do
better and go to the Club El Oasis.
We have always enjoyed ourselves
there. I enjoy hearing "Teddy"
Spenca play the piono and the ot-
mosphere is more our style. Love
Jone.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motor?
JbR SALE:12' boot complete with
J frailar, life presevers. etc. $45.00.
} Phone Coco Solo. 318. after 4:00
t p. m.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
t)R SALE:1949 Ford Convertible.
{Top average. Rodio. Best offer
I over $1.400.'Coll Navy 2315. be-
1 tween. 3:30 6.00 p. m.
fc
_ SALE:1950 Chevrolet 2-door
* sedan De Luxe. Excellent condi-
Ition. Best offer over $1.500.
I House 5620 "C" Dioblo, Tel. 2-
! 3662.
PR SALE: Buick Super 1949
i DymJflow, two door sedan. In
ely good condition, with
wall tires and seat covers.
-1975 from 2 to 5 p. m.
tgxtre'mel'
.site wi
.Coll -3-1
H
R SALE:19.50 Hillman Sedan,
black, low mileoge. Very cleon,
! $1.100. Phone 25-3400, anytime.
B
|R SALE:1936 Fordor Plymouth
J Sedon. 7' Shelvador Refrigerator.
. Best offer, 1424-C, Corr St. 2-
3283. ___________
OR SALE:1948 Buick 4 Door Su-
t'per $1.350 00. 1941 Chevrolet
coach $350.00. 2-1605. 5727-A,
J Diablo Hgts.
L
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\ Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles, in
mirror-finish, with 3-speed
automatic record changer
and 9-band radio.
I. V.M and "ADMIRAL"
3 speed record changers
for modernizing; your con-
soles.
lo> Fresh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers. Also, three speed
needles.
' We also have table-model
radio phonograph combi-
nations.
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Central 223
Jtntrance lo Encanto Theatre
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Do Luxa 2
door sedan, saanirst green, good
tiras. $390 down paymant. This
car is a stool. COLPAN MOTORS
INC., your FORD. MERCURY and
LINCOLN Deoler, on automobile
row.
FOR1 SALE:1948 Buick Super Se-
dan, radio, duty paid. Phone Bal-
boa 2984. House 760-C, Borne-
bey Street.
FOR SALE1941 Studeboker Sedan.
House 5754-A Sibert St., Dioblo
Hgts. Phone 2-3202.
FOR SALE:One Sioux Volve Re-
facing Machine, one battery charg-
er. 60 cycle. 4th of July Avenue
No. 71. 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
LOST & FOUND
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radios, radio ports and tubes. Wa
also carry a cholea assortment of
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precious time shopping. We have
undar one roof what you ara looking
for.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
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Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced English
ond Sponish stenographer. Write
giving age, experience, etc. En-
close small photograph. Box 155,
Ponomo.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Maid for general house-
work ond cook. House 771 -B, Son
Pablo St., Balboa.-'
FOR SALE
Motorcycle
FOR SALE:BARGAIN! Must sell in
a week. Plymouth 49 and Kaiser
49, both immaculate. Also Koher-
ing Daudie, concrete mixer, Pon-
omo 2-2064.
FOR SALE:1949 Fard Custom Da
Luxa Fordor sadan, 6 cylinder,
birch gray, good tiros. $391 down
paymant. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
your FORD. MERCURY and LIN-
COLN deoler, an automobile row.
FOR SALE:Ford Tudor 6 cylinder,
metallic matoon $1,050, good
shape. 86-5106.
FOR SALE:1948 Oldsmobile Se-
dan A-1 condition, low mileoge.
A reol bargoin for your money.
Come ond see it. Panama Auto, S.
A.
FOR SALE1946 Buick Roadmasrar,
good tiros, color gray, cloth up-
holstery. Only $330 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD, MERCURY and LIN-
COLN dealer, on automobile row.
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket "98'
Oldsmobile. Good tires, low mi-
leoge. almost new. Con be finan-
ced. Panama Auto. S. A.
POR SALE: Pockord 1948. good
tires, good condition. Finance
available. Come ond see it. Pan-
ama Auto, S. A.
FOR SALEFord coupe, 85 HP, mo-
tor recently overhauled, mony new
ports, car rewired, body good, 7
t res, some new, 6 new tubes, best
quality plastic seot covers, new
brokes, 2 spare rims, make of-
fer. 3-2543. Cristobal.
FOR SALE:1941 Kaiser, color tan.
scat covers, radio, with sun visor,
good tires. $295 down payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. your
FORD. MERCURY and LINCOLN
dealar. an automobile row.
FOR SALE:
Thre week .pec.I. 1941 Nosh
Amb. Super sedan new tiros
leather upholstery Paint, M
new $950.00. Terms.
1951 Studeboker Champion Coupe.
Only 2.400 milas. Price $1.550.-
00. Terms.
1941 B>ck Super Seden, a bargain.
$200.00.
SMOOT & PAREDES
Kick Chevrolet
FOR SALE: Modal 64 Cushman
Scooter. A. 1 condition. $175.00.
Telephone 2-2121 Panama.
FOR SALE:Cushman motor scoot-
er. Excellent condition, hous; 0965
Bamboo Street off Amador Road.
Balboa.
cOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
gas and refrigerator. 4th of July
Ave. No. 7.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, single
man. Americon preferred. No. 99
Belisario Porras. Son Francisco.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, large
double clean and cool room. Mod-
ern convenience. To respectable
morried couple. Peru Avenue No.
65. Lower left.
Damage To Army
Telephones Probed
In reply to a auerv this morn-
ing by the Panama American
the USACARIB Provlst Mar-
shal's office said that prelimin-
ary Investigation Is under way
of damage to Army telephone
Installations in the Paclfjc Sec-
tor.
Phone service was disrupted
or Impeded for an hour or o
this morning. The preliminary
Investigation revealed that th?
multiple circuit cable had been
cut. a section of It removed,
and service Interrupted by the
theft of a section of wire.
Prompt action by the Armv
Signal Corps unit, kept service
Interruption to a minimum.
RECORDS
45
R. P. M.
LA POSTAL
68 Central Avenu*
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
lown ond gorden. Three bedrooms
. with twe bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bothroom,
lorgo kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, porlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modem and in first
class condition. Located between
Paitilla ond Panoma Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255. ______________
:OR RENT:Modern cholet, three
bedrooms, spacious yard, view
overlooking golf club at La
Carrasquilla rental $100.00 Mi-
guel Hive. Phone 3-2145.
FOR RENT:Chalet No. 17 Via Es-
paa, 3 houses after the Los An-
geles Gas Stotion, going towards
Rio Abajo.
FOR RENT:Tiny, clean "Honey-
moon Cottage" in wonderful cli-
mate. Three people. Country-style
comforts. For vacation or retired
employes. Privacy. Write or send
telegram to Friti Marti, El Volcan,
Chinqui, Panama.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnishea-Unfurnished apart-
ment. Contact office No, 8061, 10th
St., New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon..
FOR RENT:- Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East ond Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR REt-IT Completely furnished,
attractive, cool, well located. 2
bedroom aportmenf. Call Panama
2-2102 office hours.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished apart-
ment, porch, parlor-diningroom,
kitchen, sanitory conveniences,
bedroom. All screened. Tiled. $50.
00. Apply 112 Vio Belisorio Porras
neor Roosevelt Theotre.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
for four months. Inquire house No.
54, oportment 6 Via Espaa.
FOR RENT:To responsible person,
furnished one bedroom apartment,
living-dining room, bathroom,
kitchen, refrigerator, telepohne.
'New Tivoli" Building, No. 14
Rochet street, oportment 3-B, be-
tween Estudionte ond Tivoli Ave-
nue. Reasonably priced. Can be
seen 3 to 6.
FOR RENT.Smoll furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. Bella
Vista. No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated
2 bedroom oportment, each with
both, llving-diningroom, servant's
quorters, hot water installation.
Good location, Bella Visto. No. 32,
44th Street. Telephone 3-0815.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
lorge one small bedrooms, sitting
dmingroom, kitchen, bath, $70.-
00, olso apartments of one bed-
room, kitchen, both, $55.00, at
Bella Visto, 44th Street East, No.
9. see Ce Costra. "B" Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Apartment of two
bedrooms with two baths, sitting,
diningroom, kitchen, fropt porch
facing street on Vio Espaa No.
20. $90.00 also other apart-
ments of one bedroom, same build-
ing. See Ce Castro. "B" Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:Cool modern two bed-
room oportment, living-room,
two baths, large porch. Vio Espo-
a 55 corner La Cresta.
mi iiHvii rnttr
PSmmmi t-n
kits roa sai r
Down Paymenl lie
Monthly fermenl III
LOTS on Paved Street from II 00,
q. Meier
Tor Rent. Jeev Baaioeaent for
round leveling
We Rent Lots on Lonfc [arm*
Lot Clolw el S3 ana 14 WeeXlv
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delhrery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVAMAR table, sink
or bar tops, C0RALITE
wall board and NATC0R
store fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Co nal Zone:
tor Cl SIMONS SLIP-COVERS and
RE-UPHOLSTERING roll oa or visit
our show-room Custom built furni-
ture our speciality. See oar Deco-
rator's Fabric. Free Estimate*. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. HereI J.
F. de l 0s No. 77 (Auto. Row)
New Telephone 3-4828.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IMF Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment
At Factor? Prices.
Porras
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panama. 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 2-3285
Atlantic Hurricane
Moving Towards
New England Coast
WASHINGTON. May 22 (UP)
An off-season Atlantic hur-
ricane was about 140 miles east
of Ocean City, Md.. at 6 a. m.
today, moving north-northeast
at a forward speed of about
eight miles an hour.
The highest winds were about
90 miles an hour at the center
of the hurricane. Oales extend-
ed about 80 miles from its cen-
ter.
The Weather Bureau Issued a
warning for precautions to be
taken along the coasts of Rhode
Island and southeast Mas-
sachusetts, and warned all shlp-
i - i Norfolk, Va.. to East-
port. Me.
Military Opposed
Stale Dept. In Feb.
On Korean Policy
WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP)
United States military leaders
and the State Department dis-
agreed In mid-February over the
need for defining political ob-
jectives In Korea.
The State Department wanted
to wait till the mlllary outlook
was clearer. The Joint Chiefs of
Staff wanted a definition of
political goals so they could set-
tle on a course of military ac-
tion.
This disagreement came to
light today as the senate com-
mittee Investigating the ouster
of General Douglas MacArthur
continued hearing testimony
from General Omar Bradley,
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff.
Key To The Situation
Farmers Resume
Normal Shipments
To Cattle Markets
CHICAGO. May 22 (UP)
Fanners and cattle raisers re-
sumed normal shipment of live-
stock to major markets in the
United states today.
The return to normal follow-
ed a sharp drop in cattle ship-
ments yesterday, the first dav of
the government's 10 per cent
price rollback on live animals.
A Department of Agriculture
spokesman said farmers vester-
dav had apparently held their
cattle back yesterday "to see
what the market would do."
Prices rose by 50 cents per 100
pounds, and todav normal ship-
ments Xollowed.
HOUSE GROUP
AGREES CL
(Continued from Page J)
the benefits of such suits. If suc-
cesful, except the parties thereto.
He also suggested that any-
one who has contributed to the
test suit, but who has not re-
ceived letter, contact his firm to
be sure of participation. The let-
ter said in part:
"This letter will acknowledge
receipt from you by this firm of
the -sum of $5.00 which you have
paid as part of a fund to make a
legal test of the Internal Reve-
nue Act as applied to the Canal
Zone.
"Within a very short time now.
there will be filed two law suits
In the District Court for the Ca-
nal Zone, one of which will be a
suit to recover a tax already paid
ofr the calendar year of 1950 by
individuals, and the other a com-
panion suit carrying the names
of all subscribers to the fund and
requesting an Injunction upon
all collections until such time as
the constitutionality of the tax
on Canal Zone residents on gov-
ernment payrolls has been tested
in the Individual suit. These ac-
tions will question not only the
right of the Government to tax
retroactively, but will chiefly at-
tack the fundamental question
as to whether a Canal Zone resi-
dent can be subjected to an In-
come tax at any time or under
any circumstances. Accompany-
ing the filing of these suits there
will necessarily be a motion that
the present Judge disqualify him-
self, as he Is an Interested party.
You are requested to read the
questionnaire carefully and to
answer all questions therein.
"Are you willing to have your
name Joined as a party plaintiff
In the injunction suit? (This list
will contain approximately 600
names and more will be added
from time to time. It is Impor-
tant that you permit us to join
you in this suit, as it is our con-
sidered opinion that no one will
be entitled to the benefits of such
suit, If successful, excepting the
parties thereto.)"
Along The Fairways
(Continued from Page FOUR)
Not to be sold short are the
eligible new to the Tourna-
ment this year, youngsters who
have Just turned 45 as of this
weekend. Doc Gerrans and Perc
Graham. It Is also rumored that
the other member clubs of the
Panama Golf Association (Ft.
Amador and Panama Golf Club
are banking upon their entries.
Certainly Dave Westman will oe
with the leaders at the con-
clusion of play Sunday.
' The Winner of the Tourna-
ment will be player who has
the lowest medal score for the
36 holes (18 each day). Full
handicap will be allowed and in
the event a player belongs to
more than one club, the lower
handicap will be used. Entries
will continue to be accepted
from players of all PGA Member
Clubs in good standing.
Mike Kuliowski. PGA Tourna-
ment Chairman, reports .that
handsome prizes are on hand
and that additional spot prizes
have been donated to date as
follows:
Dr. Frank Raymond hi Ral.
Agewood to any player with a
birdie on No. 8.
Matt Shannon "? gal. Age-
wood to any player with a birdie
on No. 18.
Jean Hochstedler Vt R1
Agewoocr to anv player with a
birdie on No. 15.
Paul Moran bottle of good
whiskey to olayer making most
pars Sgt. Kuliowski Pair of
yellow golf trousers to player
making most birdies.
Tee-off time is scheduled for
o a. m. Any nlaver age 45 as of
26 May is eligible and golfers
who desire to play with favorite
golfing partners may do so bv
notifying Joe Brbaro at the
Brazos Brook Club prior to Fri-
day evening.
Bodies 0( GI Dead
Arrive In US Soon
WASHINGTON. Mav M (UP)
The bodies of 420 Americans
'Hied in Korea are being re-
turned to the United States
aboard the Bartlesvllle Victory
the Department of Defense an-
nounced todav.
The shlD is expected to arrive
at the San Francisco port of
embarkation on or about May
24.
Next of kin concerned have
been notified of the imminent
arrival of the vessel. The bodies
will be sent with an escort to
the DOlnt designated bv ech In-
dividual next of kin.
One of the lovelier of the Hollywood lovelies, Terry Moore holds-tbi
key to the romantic situation in HKO Radio's dramatic thriller]
"Gambling House." Co-starring with Misa 3ore are Victor MatuiJ
and William Bendix. -
BIG MAN IN HIS OUTFITPvt. Frank Owings of Philadelphia
might be the Army's new secret weaplm, except that he's too bi*
to keep secret. The Army, at Fort Myer, Va., can't even find a
uniform to fit himsize 52so he's been drilling in civilian clothes
for the past couple ot months.
and for every pockelbook
available in our deposits.
Buying your lumber in our
stores is your guaranty
for BEST QUALITY at
LOWEST PRICES.
Courteous Service.
Punctual Delivery.
13 North Ave. Tel. t-M.
No. 3 Martin Sou Street
Tel. 3-1424
TODAY
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A thrilling ehtertainmentl
Based on facts from official
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TUESDAY, MAY ?A '"-1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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STERESTING FESTIVITIES PLANNED
V COLON FAIR COMMITTEE
Erery evening there will be interesting festivities at; the
olon Fair. This evening is the Dia de Colonias. Prizes will be
warded for the best pavlllion of the foreign colonies who are
xhlbitin* at the Fair. __-, ... ...
Tomorrow evening there will be a Cortijo Andaluit at the
panish Pavlllion. This wiU be an evening of facing and sons
y the members of the Spanish, Greek and Italian Colonies,
he program starts at 8:0* p.m.
Chambers. Diane Olhofet
Shirley Tobln.
Confederate Forces
s Outlast Yankees 11-7

jllnner Party
\l Hotel El Panama
Lt. Commander W. J. Meagher
Intertalned with a supper party
It the Hotel El Panama Sunday
?nhig. ''**-,
His guests were: Mrs. Thomas
leagher. Lt. and Mrs. L. J. Du-
Jote. Miss Helen Klsiam and Mr.
ilchard Ducote.
Carolvne Rowley
telebrates Birthday AnniTersary
, Carolyne Rowley, young daugh-
ter of Mrs. Frank Rowley of Ga-
lun. celebrated her sixth birth-
pay anniversary with a party at
[he Gatun Clubhouse Sunday af-
ternoon. Carlvne Is leaving soon
to spend a year in the States, so
lier friends weTe glad of an op-
Ijortunltjto pe with her berore
ler departure. .
. Mrs. Herman Keepers had
kharge of the games and was asr
klsted by 8hirley Keepers. Re-
freshments were served at a ta-
ble centered with tropical blos-
fcoms. The birthday cake was a
targe heart, decorated with pas-
tel flowers. ...
The guests Included: Freddie
iewhard. Pamela. Theriot. JuHa
Vnn and Billy Coman, Billy
peepers. Andra Lee Nash, Mi-
chael Klasovsky. Dennis McNa-
nee. Butch Pepnington. Boaby
vVllllams, Elaine Asbury. Susan
iBarfield, Sandra Blanton, Helen
Marie George. Phyllis Smith. Pat-
It' --inkle. Elizabeth Pearson.
Ij'lnimy Troland. Carol La Crolx,
Terry Slaughter, Beverly Gor-.
Imau. Henrv and Susan Shirk,
Virginia Thomas. Chris Poole,
IGayle and Bobby Bohannon.
I The adults who attended were:
|Mrs. Fred Newhard. Mrs. Paul A.
Kunkel and Mrs. Wallace Rush-
|lnK- '.'
Awards Presented
| at Cristobal Hieh School
The annual Awards Assembly
I was held at Cristobal High
I School yesterday with many sur-
prises for members of the student
body.
Richard Sullivan, president of
the Student Association served
as Master of Ceremonies and In-
troduced the faculty members
and visitors who made the pre-
sentations.
Awards were made to the mem-
bers of the Student Association
Council, the Orchestra and for
dramatics. Andrew Lim received
the award for being the best
thespian. Miss Virginia Keenan
presented the girls sport awards.
Mr. Luke Palumbo presented the
baseball awards. Tommy Hughes
was given the baseball trophy for
being the most outstanding base-
ball player. Lamong the school
teams on the Isthmus.
Arnold Manning received a
gold buckle, suitably engraved,
for being the most valuable foot-
ball player. This was the coach's
award. -
Basketball awards were pre-
sented by Coach Paul Moses.
The Daughters of the Ameri-
can Revolution medal for the best
student in United States History
went to Miss Martha Graham.
Mr. Subert Turbyfill, from the
iunior College, presented Andrew
lm a $25 scholarship to the Ju-
nior College for being selected
Best Thespian. This award is giv-
en by a College organization.
The Alumni Award for the most
outstanding girl and boy in ath-
letics went to Miss Jackie Boyle
and Mr. Richard Sullivan.
The American Legion Award
lor the most outstanding boy and
girl went to Miss Frances Wong
and Mr. Richard Sullivan.
Miss Pat Geddes. the football
queen of 1951 was presented a
pendant from the team, with Mr.
Sullivan making the presenta-
tion. Due to the polio epidemic
the usual dance for the football
queen had to be cancelled, so this
gift showed their appreciation.
Certificates were given the
cheer leaders, for their work dur-
ing the year. The recipients
were: Pat Geddes, Helen Klssam,
Nancy Karlger, Jean Recela,
Jackie Boyle and Nancy Ramsey.
Music was furnished for the
assembly by the High School
Band under the direction of Mr.
O. E. Jorstad.
Miss Sexton
Returns to Washington
Mrs. Helen R. 8exton. who has
been the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Leland Slocum of Margari-
ta for the past two weeks, left Sa-
turday morning to return to her
home In Washington, D.C.
Weekend Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns-
ton, of Ourundu Heights, were
the weekend guests of Mrs. John-
ston's mother. Mrs. Esther Mlzra-
chl of Colon, and attended the
opening of the Colon Fair.
Bill Lamer Celebrates
9th Birthday Anniversary
Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Thomas
M. Lamer entertained with a
swimming party and picnic sup-
per at the Fort Davis SwlmmUig
Pool for their son. Bill, to cele-
brate jils ?th birthday anniver-
sary.
The young guests were: Tony
Hutchlnson .Marle Scarborough,
Donnie Holbrook. Robert Green,
Fulsom Hill, Tommy and Sylvia
Gardner. Walter Skeistaitls. Da-
vid Kuhn. Louis Fournler. Mike
Webb. Steve Webb. Betty Dona-
hue. Jack Ogan, Victor Perez,
Donald Nelson. Sam Walker,
Georgia Quinn and Bill's sister,
Elizabeth.
Slumber Party
Miss Mary Ann Brassel of Mar-
garita was hostess for a slumber
party at her home over the week
end.
Games were played by the girls
early in the evening. The mem-
bers of the party were Patricia
Roddy. Louise Edmondson. Alice
Negroes Fight
For Admission
To Florida U.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., May 22
(UP).The State Supreme Court
took under advisement today the
renewed fight of five Negroes
seklng admission to the Univer-
sity of Florida.
H. E. Hill, Daytona Beach Ne-
gro attorney, argued before the
high tribunal that the board of
control failed to provide equal
educational opportunities as or-
dered by the State Supreme
Court in a decision last year.
In that ruling, the Court de-
nied the Negroes direct enroll-
ment privileges at white institu-
tions. But It approved a plan by
which Negroes could enroll at
Florida A. and M. College for
Negroes and take certain courses
at all-white universities.
Hill claimed the board, whjch
supervises State-supported col-
leges, has not carried through on
the plan.
Frank J. Heintz, assistant At-
torney General, said the board
was "ready, willing and able to
comply" but that no Negroes had
applied.
Hill contended that the board
got around the court decision by
requiring Negro students to fill
out a questionnaire which the
attorney said was unnecessary.
However, Heintz said the ques-
tionnaire, is required of all stud-
ents at the University of Flori-
da.
A large item was included In
the general spending bill under
legislative consideration for con-
graduate and professional
structlon of buildings to add
schools at A. and M. Sponsors
said unless such facilities are
provided, Negroes will have to be
admitted at white colleges.
The House of Representatives
tacked onto its Appropriations
Bill a rider that all State funds
will be withheld from education
should segregation be abolished
in Florida schools.
Birthday Party
Mr. an dMrs. Ross A. Alrlch, of
Gatun. entertained with a party
at their home for their daugh-
ter. Jackie on her fifth birthday
anniversary'
A color scheme of pink and blue-
was used in the decorations and
on the birthday cake.
The children who attended the
party were: Patty and Butch
pennlngton. Beverly and Helen
Marie George. Bernadette Lees,
Rachel and Rosalie Radell, Bar-
bara and Bobby Rice. Richard
Smith, Kay and Paul Kunkle.
Raymond Scheldegg. Billy and
Claire White, Lynn, Tommy and
Buddy Coffin. Randy and Karen
Coates and Robert Alrlch.
In the evening dinner was
served the following adult guests:
Mr. and Mrs. Rowley Lees. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Rice, Mr. and Mrs.
Pat Smith and Mr. Charles Ste-
wart.
BY AL KUETTNER
Atlanta. May 22. (up) The
Confederacy is almost gone. Its
once-proud forces reduced to a
deep-seated Southern tradition
and a place in the annals of
American history.
'Ill
Only 11 known survivors re-
main of the army that rose up
out of the South to fight under
Gen. Robert E. Lee. They are the
last sentries of Confederate forc-
es that rose to a peak strength of
463.000 in the 1861-1865 conflict
to do battle with Union troops
four times their number.
They were still boys when the
great conflict was over in 1865.
They have lived to see the land
of magnolia blossoms, slaves and
plantations become an Industrial
giant.
All of them have passed the
century mark and with age they
have mellowed. Yankees are their
friends and neighbors. They be-
lieve that wars, past and present,
settle nothing.
Just four of the 11 will be able
to attend what may be their final
annual reunion, scheduled at
Norfolk. Va.. May 30.
Their one-time enemies also
SHOUID BEI
Charges Hurled
In Florida Probe
TALLAHASSEE, Fla May 22
(UP)The Haley "Little kefau-
ver" Committee issued public
invitations today to a hotel of-
ficial and gambler Raymond
Craig to appear.before the in-
vestigating group and substan-
tiate or deny the testimony of
Grady McWhorter.
McWhorter, a former Miami
Bartender, hurled charges right
and left before the committee
Saturday night. He accused Di-
rector Dan Sullivan of- the
Miami Crime Commission of
teaming up with Craig in an at-
tempt "to get rid" of Gov. Fuller
Warren.
McWhorter also said he work-
ed for Craig, Dan Sullivan and
Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan of Dade
County at the same time and
charged that Col. Jack R.
Younger of the Miami Crime
Commission accepted a "fat
brown envelope" from Victor
Prltchard, former .assistant man-
ager of the McAllister Hotel in
Miami.
Prltchard, now employed by
the Roney Plaza Hotel on Miami
Beach, is the other man the
Haley Committee publicly invit-
ed to appear with Craig at a
committee session.
Dan Sullivan. Younger, prlt-
chard and Craig denied most of
the charges thrown by McWhor-
ter. Sullivan said he would ask
the Crime Commission to re-
quest the Haley groun to cite
McWhorter for perjury.
But Sheriff Sullivan admitted
he hired McWhorter "as an un-
dercover man" for about 45 to
60 days last year. He also said
he assigned two men to set up
a wire recorder In McWhorter's
trailer recently after McWhorter
had asked "for protection from
Dan Sullivan."
McWhorter. reported Sheriff
Sullivan, said Dan Sullivan and
"a big fat detective" were
threatening him. Dan Sullivan
said that was "one big lie.' '
KIDNEYS
ACIDS
MUST
CLEAN
OUT
Tour body clean* out axesss Acida
and poisonous waste* In your blood
thru 9 million tiny dsllcats Kidney tubes
or flltsra. Polsona la tha Kldnsya or
Bladder may make you Buffer from
atrona. cloudy urln Gattlna up Nlahts,
Nervousness. Lea; halns, Circles Under
Kysa, Backache, Achina Joints Acidity
or burnlns p^asaae*. Cyatex, now Im-
portad from tha U.S.A., atarte workins
promptly, halpi maka you -eel younger,
stronger, batter In J ways: 1. Helps
our kidneyclean out poisonous acids.
Combats aerma In tha urinary system.
I. Soothes and calms Irritated [Issue*.
Ask your druagiat for Cyatax todsy.
** how quickly 11 aiay h*la> jou.
MAXWELt
HOUSE
TEA
Try RogOrT^
V It'a a delicious bevarag*
V it tontaina no stimulant
V it helps you enjoy a restful sleep
V it's prepared right in the cup
with hot water or milk
Go POSTUM today
nal try HI
have been decimated by death.
Only seven veterans of the blue
were left this sprinr from the
Union Armies that reaehed a
Kak strength of 2,200.000 dur-
r the war.
According to a United Press
survey the oldest of the Confed-
erate veterans Is Walter W. Will-
lams, native of Mississippi now
living in Texas. He will be 108 on
Nov. 14.
Here Is the remainder of the
roll call: William J. Bush, 105,
Fitzgerald. Ga.. John Sailing, 105,
Slant. Va.. Arnold Murray. 104,
Orangeburg, B.C., Thomas Evans
Riddle. 103. Austin. Tex.. P. R.
Crump, 103. Lincoln. Ala., J. O.
Chlsm, 102, Ben Hur. Ark., W. D.
Townsend 102. Olla. La.. George
W. Keith. 101. Graceville. Fla.,
Thomas E. Ross, 101. Los Ange-
les Calif.. John Arthur Marcum,
Brita, Ark.
Marcum's actual age Is uncer-
tain. He Is listed on pension re-
cords as 97 but that would have
put him only 11 years old when
the war ended. Confederate re-
union officials believe he may
have neglected to count a few of
FREIGHT PILE-UP Twenty-nine freight cars are off the tracks after a derailment at Ark-
port NY The accident, on the New York-Chicago main line, caused a fire as drums of
naphtha gasoline being carried Ignited. No one was Injured In the accident. ______________>
his years and that he actually Is
beyond the 100 mark.
A popular but unconfirmed
story is that Marcum ran away
with Confederate soldiers at the
age of 11 and later enlisted.
But. like his ten companions,
Marcum has established a bona-
fide claim for a pension.
Some, like Murray, never saw
any action. He was in training
at Charleston when the war end-
ed. Keith was a member of the
Florida Home Guard.
The Confederacy still has a
navy veteran. Ross served aboard
the Merrlmac which engaged the
Monitor In the classic "Battle of
the Iron-clads" of Norfolk.
MR. ROBERT J. UPDIKE
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Canal Zone School Activities
C.H.S. News
JACK RANDALL
-Eist week the Cristbal Junior High School played host to
a -large group of 6th grade Elementary School students irom
Oatun. Margarita and Cristbal. The Elementary School students
were conducted on an extensive tour of the Junior :High'section
of C.H.S. The idea behind this was to orient them for the com-
ing year. # g ,
At last they have finally come! The yearbooks are here! And
tney are something to see! The covers are royal blue with toxfut
design and a roaring C.H.S. tiger. On the Inside covers the seniors
have their pictures In their caps and gowns.
This year they are dedicated to Mr. Carl Maedl, senior class
sponsor, /jr his sincere concern for students and their activities
and for his untiring devotion and never failing sense of humor.
The students are running around making sure they got every-
one's autograph to help remember them by.
This week is Senior Week at Cristobal High School and
a wild week has been planned by the seniors. Every day they
ohm to dress in different costumes and every night there If
Monday the seniors wore clothes from the "Roaring Twenties"
ami that night they had a wiener roast at the point. Everyone
had fun and was more than satisfied when it was over.
Today they wore costumes showing what profession they
hope to take up after graduation and bowling at Margarita Is
planned for tonight.
Tomorrow Is comic book day and probably there will be Lll'
Abner Daisy Mae, Dick Tracy, and Superman seen around
school That night there will be a slumber party at Margarita.
The boys will have the gym and the girls the teen-age club.
Thursday is Shipwreck Day. They wear what they might be wear-
ing if they were shipwrecked unexpectedly. That night the group
will square dance at the Margarita Gym.
Friday the fashion will be 55 years from today. What will the
people be wearing then? Come to CHS and find out.
unday, the last day, will be devoted to a picnic at Mr. Carl
M The Cristbal High School ROTC, to help celebrate Armed
Forces Day, participated In the parade held at Coco Solo last
Saturday morning. Some of the other branches represented were
the Asmy, Navy, Marines, Air Force and many others. Many
people were heard to remark on the excellent attendance and
performance of the cadet*. CHS can well be proud of their ROTC.
These are rush, rush days and getting worse. Yet so many
nice things are happening., so
In observance of National Music Week the music depart-
ment presented one of the biggest and best programs ever
Known In the history of C.H.S. This, the Spring Festival, was
postponed from the previous Wednesday because of the poli-
tical difficulties in the Republic of Panam.
The program began at 7:30 with the Cristbal Elementary
School Orchestra playing the "Caisson Song," "Little Annie Roo-
ney," "Alma Mater" and "I've Been Working on the Railroad.
Then came the J.H. Orchestra led by Don Smith, student
conductor. They rendered such numbers as "School Chums,
"Gilding Along" and the "Serbian Peasant Dance."
Don 8mlth gave a trumpet solo, "Arcturus," accompanied by
Miss Anna Fisher on the piano.
The Junior High Mixed Chorus, accompanied by Robert Mac-
Bparran, then sang "Red Sails In the Sunset" and "Ole Faithful
to conclude the first half of the program
After a short intermission, the High School Band played El
Caballero," a march by Olvldotl. Then John Fahnestock, accom-
panied by Anna Fisher, rendered a fine trombone solo "The
Message." The band came back to play "There Is Something
About a Soldier" followed by a novelty number "Three Blind
H.iice," which completely captivated the audience.
Next on the program came the CHS. Glee Club with two
Fred Waring Arrangements, "I Dream of You" and "The Night
Is Young," which were followed by an outstanding duet "Thine
Alone" sung by Rita Howard and Tommy Jordon.
The Glee Club gave two more numbers. "Square Dance' and
"Time to Hit the Road to Dreamland," both Fred Waring ar-
The C.H.S. Orchestra played two beautiful pieces, "Legend"
nd "Romeo and Juliet." The grand finale came when the Junior
and Senior High Choirs and High School Orchestra Joined forces
to present "Patriotic Fantasia," a medley of such patriotic songs
as "Hail Columbia," "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean," "When
Johnny Comes Marching Home," "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp" and
"America."
*
The National Honor Society held their Annual Banquet at
the Washington Hotel last Wednesday night. Among those present
were Miss Brown, sponsor, and Mr. and Mrs. Jorstad, who were
cueste. The members present were Nelly Holgerson, Jane Comp-
ton, Frances Wong, Bill Knott, Albert Attia, Sandra Hammond
nd.Henry Wachtell.
The meal was very well prepared and was thoroughly enjoyed
by all. They are looking forward to next year's banquet.
Tomorrow
Wednesday
CENTRAL
Tomorrow
Wednesday
SWEETHEARTS ON
A TROPICAL TRIP
?..w/'fh a madman
for a host!
CARY GRANT I
JOSE FERRER!
in M-G-Mt
PAULA RAYMOND
SIGNE HASSO DAMON NOVARRO
GILBERT ROLAND LEON AMES
m
Canal C/uohouses
Showing Tonight
BALBOA
Atr-Condltloned
MS *
Marian TOREN a) Jeff CHANDLER
"DEPORTED"
Wednesday it Thursday: "Th* Miniver Slorj-*
DIABLO HTS.
:1S K.15
Ann TOOD Norman WOOLAND
"MADELEINE"
Wednesday: "The Palefare"
COCOL I
, :!! 1:15
Irene DUNNE as quien Victoria In
"THE MUDLARK"
Wednesday: "Madeleine"
GAMBOA
(Wednesday)
Red SKELTON Arlene DAHL
"WATCH THE BIRDIE"
G A 7 U N
f:M
Red SKELTON Arlene DAHL
"WATCH THE BIRDIE"
Friday: "Three Guys Named Mike"
MARGARITA
:lt a.
Cesar ROMERO June HAVOC
"ONCE A THIEF"
Wednesday: "Rhapsody In Blue"
CRISTOBAL
Alr-Conam-'.xed
Robert MITCHUM Faith DOMERGL'E
"WHERE DANGER LIVES"
Wednesday Jk Thursday: "Harvey'*
6.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
One big sigh of relief for an-
other hectic week haa been
chalked up as part of the past!
You could never believe that so
much could happen In Just one
short period of a week. It also
is certainly true what one man
said time flies.
There has been a lot of
"lasts" throughout this "wick-
ed" week. On Tuesday at 9:20
the students attended the last
pep rally for 1951, and for the
seniors. It was their last as
student members of Balboa High
School. The pep rally was one
in which there was a resume of
the sports activities of the en-
tire year. The various cap-
tains of the varsity teams each
said a little farewell remark.
It's strange to try to think
that a pep rally could be sad,
but this one did draw hand-
kerchiefs up to the noses and
eyes of a few of the hlgh-and-
mlghty.
In accordance with National
Defense Week and Armed For-
ces Day, the entire student body
was excused on the afternoons
of both Thursday and Friday of
last week. On Thursday the
students left the high school
building at 1:20 to walk over
to the Balboa Theater. Here
they were given a lecture ac-
companied by slides and a mo-
vie concerning the topic guided
missies. This assembly was
sponsored by the ROA. Before
the dismissal of the assembly,
Student Association President
Frank Mayo announced that
seniors would be the first to
leave the theater.
Also to pay tribute to Na-
tional Defense Week and Armed
Forces Day, students were ask-
ed In their various classes to
complete an assignment in re-
gard to the Defenders of Free-
dom. Many of such reports were
so outstanding that they were
posted on several bulletin boards.
Another on the list of "lasts
was the Senior Class Meeting.
This class get-together was call-
ed at 11:25 on Friday.
Mr. Harold J. Zierten, Senior
Class Advisor, took the stand
first. He brought out the fact
of the nearness of graduation
and how the seniors must lay
the foundation in example to
the underclassmen. He also an-
nounced that seniors would be
receiving their tickets lor grad-
uation sometime this week. In
fact, today was to have been
the day set aside for that Job.
Mr. Zierten went on to urge
the graduates how important it
Is for them to attend the gra-
duation rehearsal on Monday,
June 4 (the day before the real
thing) at 10 o'clock.
During the final minutes
of this meeting, the Class
President of 1951, Terry
Ford, assisted by his fel-
low officers, distributed the
schedules for the tradition-
al Senior Week.
Saturday was also a big day
for girl athletes. During the
morning' and the afternoon,
girls from Cristobal High School.
Canal Zone Junior College, and
Balboa High School met at the
Balboa Gym to participate in
the first fun Jamboree. Various
sports were played in addition
to Individual competition In
' That night the members of
the Girls Athletic Association,
with their dates and sponsor
Miss Dorothy Potter, enjoyed
a steak dinner at their annual
banquet at the Army-Navy
Club. At the banquet the an-
nouncement of next year s offi-
cers was made. Jacque Hutch-
ines was elected president with
Leona Hart as her vice-presi-
dent. Dlanne Hanrahan was
elected to the position of secre-
tary-treasurer.
yesterday was the Initial day
of Senior Week 1951. Seniors
started following the well-plan-
ned schedule by putting on their
caps and taking their places In
.line at the gym. After the sen-
liors were ready, Branny (Mr.
I Nell Branstetter) brought down
i his baton to start the song "Bal-
boa High, Do or Die." It was
then also that seniors. In double
file, marched from the gym to
the high school, being the first
to enter through the portals of
BH8 on the starting day of Sen-
ior Week. That tingling feeling
again crept up and down the
spines of the seniors as they
thought that within only two
weeks and one day they would
be marching the same way, but
in better formation, down the
aisle of the Balboa Theater to
take their places and wait to
receive their diplomas.
Seniors continued to wear
their caps during the day and
underclassmen greeted the hlgh-
and-miyhty with a smile plus
i calling the latter by the title
"Miss" or "Mr." Freshmen, so-
phomores, and Juniors were also
required to turn on water fau-
cets or carry books for Miss or
Mr. Senior if headed in the
same general direction. All the
above was done in accordance
with Senior Processional Day.
Senior Cap Day, and Senior
Acknowledgement Day Mon-
day. May 21.
Oh, before I forget. The "Par-
Irakeet" put out its last issue
! yesterday. Also there was a dis-
; play made in the show case on
'the first floor dedicated to the
College Corner
By Martha Irvin
Last Friday night was at last the big social event of the year
...the Fiesnnian-oophoniore Banquet. It was everyinlng tne
best of all banquets and proms are ever. Although it was Held at
tne livoii, it was decoraiea so nicely that you almost wouldn't
know it. 'ine aecorating committee (with the help of Frank
Kobinson, Ronnie Angermuller, and Jim Orvls worked all day
Weanesaay ana ihursaay and until midnight Thursaay dlagulsuig
the Dalirooni of the Tivoll, and their enorts weren't in vain. It
was aone in aqua, pink and black, and made up like a night club.
Little pink elephants paraaea around tne walls in and out ol
cftampaigii glasses, wniie music notes hid the posts. It was real-
ly enccuve, and quite a lew memQers of the laculty commented
on how well done it all was.... Including Dr. Johnson's sincere
comment In his address. Of course the kids said It looked nice
too, but they usually have to when the committee asks them.
Aside irom looking nice, the banquet was a huge success. Mr.
Lyons didn't aisappoini us by not making up a poem full of blasts
lor the Bopnomoie Class, (in other words, ne did nave a poem.)
it was reany snarp and well appreciated. About how redheads
catch trout when tney ilsh, ana how Frank Robinson keeps the
oorm boys in line because oid age has given him experience. But
that's okay Frank: like Wendau Spreaubury said tne other day,
"So what if Frank's hair is getting thin? Who wants fat hairy"
But anyway, Jack Kay is another one who made a.
cute speech, ron minute we thought he was serious
when ne said the Tivoii might tall down because a stray
bullet irom the Revolution got one of the termites that
are holding the hotel up.
Then David Rooles, the Freshman Class President and Toast-
master, introduced tnis year's S. A. President, Tom Peterson, who
In turn introduced next year's Prexy, Frank Robinson. Con-
gradulatlons, Frank. We all know you'll do a wonderful Job next
year, like Tom oid this year. Alter Tom had given Frank the
snerd Bird, he concluded his speech. He told us about an old
banad which ne had recalled, and "Like the old S. A. President
In that baliali, I'll just fade away. Ooodby." As you can Imagine,
he just about brought the house down. (Figuratively speaking,
of course. Jokes lute that really shouldn't dc made about the
Tlvoli.)
Did any of you J. C. people know that the BHS club, the OAA,
had tneir Banquet at the Army-Navy Club last Saturday nlgnt.'
And now that you know, does it strike you a little bit odd? The
situation Is vaguely this: Our banquet and prom was scheduled
to be held at the Fort Clayton Officers Club. About two weeks
before the date, we received word that we would have to have the
Banquet and Prom at the Hotel Tlvoli, not the Fort Clayton Of-
ficers Club. The Committee never got a definite statement as
to the reasons for this play; the best we could get was that the
Tlvoli is losing money and doesn't want the Army for competition.
Hence, no school afiairs at Officers Clubs. It unjust, this was
reasonably understandable. But it didn't stick. The night alter
our Banquet, the BHS GAA had their Banquet at the Army Navy
Club. What do you suppose the scoop on this is?
So much for a timely debate. We closed the basketball sea-
son with a bang last Tuesday night. It was our second victory,
over BHS this time, with a 45-23 score...The College Corner
wasn't in the paper last week, but If you read the BHS Notes you
will remember a little phrase, something about___after we
(BHS) beat jc tonight, we'll take CH8 Friday night___that
brings to mind another .something about counting chickens before
they're hatched. Because J. C. was something that couldn't be
stopped that nlte. Why In the last quarter, when they made all
the baskets, it looked like the boys Just couldn't miss. It was
really terrific, boys. That makes our two wins this year spec-
tacular. The first, when we defeated CHS, was spectacular be-
cause we were aliens In a foreign place, more or less, and the
school, town, and referees were against us. Last Tuesday nlte,
our victory was spectacular because it was our last game. And
believe it or not, we had a pretty good crowd out to watch it.
A week ago last Sunday nlte was the Theater Ban-
quet. It was held in the Fern Room of the Tlvoli, nd it
was one of the largest Theater Banquets ever. There
were two skits put on Tom Peterson and Annie NicoUon
and Jerry Raymond and Martha Irvin. But the big event
of the evening was presentation of and to the Most Valu-
able Member of the Dramatics Class. The award, a book
of the seven best George Bernard Shaw plays, was pre-
sented to Jim Orvls. Congrats, Jim.
The enrollment of J. C. has been dropping lately. Betty
Newiin and Carol Sergeant have left to start work, like several
others have. But Edna Curies had the best reason to finish
school early yet On May 11th. Edna Curies became Mrs. Clyde
Bain, at the Pedro Miguel Union Church in a candlelight cere-
mony. The church was Just beautiful, but Edna was even pret-
tier All J C. wishes Edna and Clyde aU the luck and happiness
In the world.
Las Wednesday night the Girls' Varsity Club held their annual
banquet at the Hotel Tivoll too. The big event of that banquet
S? tiuee,ctloHof offl1cJers ior tne cm'"g year. Jeannlne Dor-
gan will turn the presidency over to Barbara Ely at the end of
this year, and Erna Belle McCarty will be vice president
Sophomore, you'd best take heed to all the notices and get
your caps and gowns on Thursday or Friday in room 310. You
have to pay $3.50-first tho Mrs. Ewlng will be the house mo-
ther of the boys dorm again next year, as the Junior College is
taking over the entire building. (Taking over Is probablv mis-
used there. Most likely It was given to us because toe/w HI Joon
tear it down or something ) All the dorm boys certainly receive
that news. If it Is news, with happy hearts. Mrs. Ewlng wlU al-
ways have a place In those boys' hearts. wm *'
HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Kath-
ryn Grayson's pals are saying
that a Manhattan reconciliation
between the lark and Johnnie
Johnston Is In the lt-could-hap-
pen stage. Johnnie's success In
the musical hit. "A Tree Grows
In Brooklyn," removes one of the
monkey wrenches that scuttled
the marriage.
The musical vehicle that's be-
ing discussed as a Margaret, Tru-
man starrer at TJI Is the "Song of
Norway"owned by the studio
for several years.
They're guarding the plot line,
but the big secret about Linda
Darnell's British picture. "Satur-
day Island," Is that Linda will
out-do Bette Davis as an older
woman In love with an 18-year-
old boy. Linda's real age: 27.
When Agent Al Melnick's tiny
MG automobile stalled in Beverly
Hills, Maedonald Carey advised
him: "Better not choke it. Just
burp it."
Mack Bennett is assembling
four of his two-reel comedies In
"comedy quartet" for release as a
full-length feature___ If the
rights can be cleared with MOM,
Yvonne de Carlo will star in "Ma-
ta Harl" In Italy for Alesssandro
Blasettl, who directed "Fabiola."
...Guy Madison has found his
TV Wild Bill Hickok series. The
niche as a two-gun guy In the
teen-agers are swamping him
with fan mall.
Now it can be told: Fox plan-
ned to film "Zapata," the Mexi-
can revolutionary story, south of
the border until the Mexican gov-
ernment took a peek at the script
The demands for changes were so
radical the film will be shot In
the U.S.
From the script of UI's "Flame
of Araby":
"Notice: Shazada has been
changed from a white to a black
horse. Sultan has been changed
from a black to a white horse.
Princess Tanya's horse has been
changed from a black horse to a
white and black one."
This will teach horses who
want to be Hollywood stars.
seniors. The Idea was "quite .the
thing" and more than original.
Today was the second day
of Senior Week Pajama-
Top Day and called for
all graduates to don pajama-
tops. Also seniors carried on
their backs cards on which
was written a phrase or
verse about that indivi-
dual.
Tomorrow Is to be a day of
highlight for it Is 8enlor Dress-
Up Day and Awards Day. You
can be sure that all seniors will
be wearing their best bib and
tucker. At the Awards Assem-
bly SA Prexy Frank Mayo will
install in office next year's
leaders. They are Irwln Frank
as presideht. Bob Peacher as
vice-president, and Leona Hart
and Nancy Wells as secretaries.
No need to remind you all
how many days of school are
left for you have been undoubt-
edly keeping close tabs on the
dates yourself. Anyhoo the
number of class periods Is 5.
Eczema Itch
Quickly Fought
Don't 1st Itching Koiema, Pimplas,
Rlnfworm, Blackheads, A Tie, Psoria-
sis, Foot Itch, Athlsta'a Foot (Allpunra)
or othsr blemishes dlsflgar* your akin
and ambarrasa you another day without
trying; Nixodarm. This ajreat medicina
combata the cerina and paraaltea which
often are the real cause of skin trouble!.
That la why Nlxoderm ao quickly makes
your akin soft, clear, smooth and at-
traclWe. Get Nlxoderm from your druc-
Slat todaysee how much better youf
tin look an4 feels tomorrow.
Max Baer Is planning a come-
back as a TV wrestler. His match-
es will be filmed and sold for big
chunks of dough----- Sophie
Tucker is writing a sequel to her
best-selling "Some of These
Days." It takes up"where Soph's
first book left off.
Theda Bars, who's spurned
small movie roles for 30 years. Is
planning a film, comeback and
may do personal appearances
with UI's "The Hollywood Story"
If the studio meets her check
asking price.
Ray Milland Is Stanley Kra-
mer's choice to star in "High
Noon" but Ray Is saying "NO!"
He claims no amount of make-up
or trick photography can make
him look like a man who Uve* In
a western ghost town.
It's hush-hush stuff but Para-
mount Is returning to Its early
formula of bright musicals with
young players.
Tip-off on a swing-back to the
days when Bebe Daniels. Louise
Brooks, James Hall. Richard Ar-
len and Jean Arthur were strum-
ming ukeleles In college comedies
is the studio's "Golden Circle"
group of young players.
To Introduce the players, Par-
amount tossed a shindig without
martinis and managed to whip
up a college graduation spirit a-
bout the whole thing.
OPENING THURSDAY
CENTRAL
Here comes MATURE!
Too tough... for a girl
to fool with!
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LUX THEATRE TODAY
and TOMORROW!
MYSTERY ROMANCE FILMED IN THE CITY OF
LIGHTS PARIS!
She couldn't realize how or
why that innocent love to-
ward that man became a
Turmoil...
Jean Dirk
SIMMONS BOGARDE
In
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OPENING THURSDAY!
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Comment
By Victor Riesel
MAN PLAYING TBS TYPEWRITER
A reader of tba Miami Herald (C. R. Callaway) got this pub-
lished In the Voles of the People dep't: "Winehell has devoted
considerable time and space to plagging an anti-Communist book
by some unknown author...The tremendous publicity wielded by
him ciado great things if used on the right targets. Why doe he
not use his toco and pen to fight the Communists in the publish-
ing and entertainment worlds Wlnehell'i worlds? Such a good
reporter as he should know who they arc. Everybody knows Stalin.
Molote? and Vishinsky are dangerous."
That's exactly the party line mentioned In "The communist
Trail in America," by Jacob Bpolansky (Macmlllan). The "un-
known" author In It states that the Reds over the consider this
columnist their "most formidable enemy" and that they plotted
(in April, 1948) to "slander, defame and discredit him." That they
recruited literary gentry to attack usand party-liners to send
thousands of letters to our editors and sponsors to fire us.
When Calla wsy-off-his-base calls author Spolan.ky "un-
known" that's correct.....He was undercover agent (right among
the L". 8. Communists) fo rover a decade finding out what they
were up to... Spolansky's counter-intelligence genius kept him
busyhelping to protect our country and Callaway and his kin...
He had no time to get famous writing a book until recently...
How obscure and unknown was the late Margaret Mitchelluntil
she unveiled her first book "Gone with the Wind"?.. .Or Retly
Smithuntil her "A Tree Grows In Brooklyn" grew?
. Why should plaintiff Callaway complain about our recom-
mending an anti-Red book? Hmm? However, this Is to debunk
his attack...Two Sundays ago the N. Y. Times confirmed the
following W.W. Item from here: "Lester Cole, one of the Holly-
wood Ten, sold a scenario under an alias".. .Bald the Sabbath
Times: "Both Cole and Warners' flattly denied the connection
evn in the face of repeated press inquiries and an item by Wal-
ter Winchell naming Cole as the author"...That, dear Editor
(and Sponsor), U why such affidavits (as Callaway'a give us the
yawns...These peculiar people are pushovers when they come
Into court (or the Letters-to-the-Edltor colyms) without proof.
Frank Sinatra's tiff with Ava Gardner the other night (before
she huffed back to Girltown) was over her ultimatum, "Get a
divorce or else!" Sinatra desperately phoned his wife, who said
"never!" He left after the first game of a doubleheader (the other
matinee) and flew to Florida retreat. He may be back in N. Y.
now.....Please read the (June) Catholic Digest, now on the
stands. For Kathleen Lamb Whatlen's essay on the Runyon Fund.
Practically a Treasurer's Reportonly breezier. .Have a puzzler:
Met star Jarmila Novotna is in "The Great Caruso" cinema but
doesn't canary.. .Dandy Kaye's soon due; "On the Riviera," seems
headed fr hoorays. Advance heralds are giving It. The Wow
Buildup...If Jazzmatazz is your dish, try Errol Garner's piano
Hogging platters.. .Dollywood's new cutie-frooti (Debra Paget)
is only l'.stu Moore, the popular hotel manager, has shitted
from the Rone y PJaza to the Sans Sonet. ...Billy Vine's revised
routines (minus the hokum) are Honky-Dooiy.. .Hav you beard
Eileen Wilson's Decca platter, "At the Clese of a Long, Long Day"?
.. .Talk about treason! A movie star confessed (in an interview)
that he abhors popcorn.
Twentieth Century-Zanuck'i 111m, "14 Hours," is a tense thing
but oh, what a letdown the finale Is to anyone who saw John
Ward finally jump to his death. The great Joel Sayre-New Yorker
report on the work of a cop who kept talking to the Edge-of-the-
Ledger In vain was altered by the Hollywood fact-spoilers...A
movie exec explained the hokum ending in which the Jumper was
caught In a net and saved: "We tried the other one out," he said,
"but the people wouldn't stand for it. The cop aroused so much
sympathy and pity that the audiences resented seeing him de-
feated by the suicide of the man he tried to saveand so we
changed it "...That is why the picture stinks at the finish, and
why Zanuck should put this on his office wall In big type: "Every
manager needs a manager".. .They should have stuck to the
script the way the suicide wrote-it. People go to see the circus
acrobats on the high, netless wire, not to see them do the trick
but with the breathless anticipation that they might fall and
break their necks!
Blng-king-Bing's secret ambish is to be a colyumlst. How
sllleh. Colyumlng is one migraine aspirin won't relieve..."Tenn.
Waltz* has been followed by "Kentucky Waltz." Only 46 states to
go for imitation ditty-titles. ..One reason for teevy's overhead-
aches: A single camera costs $15,000.. .The contagious song, "I'll
Never Know Why," Is our idea of a happy marriage of words and
tune. Stays In the ears and heart. The Sammy Oallop poetry re-
minds you of Don Warm's and Mitchell Parish's. ..International
note: The lilt. "Rose, Rose. I Love You," was composed by an
anonymous Chinese songsmlth. It clicked in Britain and Is now
Juke-balt in Yankee Doodleville.. .De Mllle's upcoming "Greatest
Show on Earth" is characteristically colossal: One episode in it
cost $200,000.
The hilarious film, "Father's Little Dividendo," is a dandy be-
cause the humor is so darn human.....Not all teevy twinklers dis-
cover as much gold as Uncle Miltie. The stars on one top drama
session earn only $3*0 per perf.. Quantity doesn't guarantee
uiliiy: The "Valentino" cinema represents the patchwork of
arty scenarists. Many critics rebunked them...Betty Reilly, cur-
rently clicking at the Sans Seucl (Miami Beach), teamed at the 5
o'clock Club mikes with prop. Martha Raye the other 3 ayem. You
never 'heard such be-bopping via pianist Al Foster's improvised
blues. Remarkable music that he couldn't echo after the finale.
Had us all* razee like mad... Virtually impossible to get "South
Pacific" tickets between now and June 1st. when Mary Martin
leaves. Everybody wants to see her "hut once more".. .Midtown
Scene: One of the pretties from "Flaheoley" reading the notices
In Satdi's and bursting into tears.. .Stuart Erwln's quote in Cue
Is quotable: "Hollywood is funIf you're always working."
Disney's upcoming animated darling. Alice In Wonderland."
has an eardorable score. Frlxample: "Twas BrllUg," a bouncy
ditty with Jabberwock lyrics. ..Pinza doesn't need Hollywood.
His talented larynx is a cinch to make him richer. Lend an ear to
Ezio's recording of Jerome Kern's honey, "Yesterdays." and see
what we mean.. Howcum Broadway theatres do not launch their
shows by rendering The National Anthem? Not many do It nowa-
days. They've forgotten that patriotism is always topical... After
witnessing the consistent charm of Lllll Palmer's teevy session
you're happy you have a colyum where you can embrace her
gublicly...Att'n. Philip Wylie: Your punchy column for me on
ivllian Atomic Defense was Inserted Into the Congressional Re-
cord by U. 8. Sen. Lister Hill, of Aia.. .Shellev Winters on the
status of her on-and-off merger plans with Farley Granger:
"We'd like to get married, but so many of our good friends who
got married got divorced, that we're afraid to. Maybe we'll lust
get divorced."
There was a vestng fellow named 1m
To a Carpenter Shop went this eehmee
To bay a ear for hts work
But they lanchad at this lark... *fr
P. A. Classified gave him a taw!

There's a new intimacy be-
tween President Truman and
bis old labor friends who, only
a few weeks ago, had sent word
that they cared little what hap-
pened to him politically in 1952.
This friendship means that a
Truman-labor coalition will de-
cide Just how this country pre-
pares for war. This was the Im-
pression left with some of the
national leaders who comerred
with the President last week be-
hind the closed doors of his
Cabinet chamber. It was also the
feeling among the crack experts
who wait in that nearby staff
room for the war mobilization
chiefs to pop out of the bigger
parley for technical advice, so
it can be, in turn, handed to the
President.
It means that the labor
leaders are certain they can
move the nation s number
one mobilizer, Charles Wil-
son, out of Washington and
replace him with Eric Johns-
ton by Christmas.
unls swift swing of labor into
power came when Mr. Truman
suddenly discovered he needed
friends and he could ilnd
them most quickly Inside labor.
What happened to make these
estranged polticos bedfellows?
Mr. Truman had been em-
barrassed by the Kefauver crime
probe which wound up Demo-
cratic New York and by the
still- unreeling MacArthur crisis.
Until then despite the thorough-
ly respectful references the
labor leaders always use pub-
licly when they discuss the Pre-
sident of the U. S. they were
saying he was 'cocky and dis-
dainful" of their demands. Then
came the biggest TV show of
all, and the removal of a war-
ring commander.
There Is no doubt that the
labor chiefs were sincere In
what they did. And they did it.
But they were not unaware of
the quid pro quo and they
needed influence In the White
House. No labor combine can
operate effectively without it.
And so they defended Mr. Tru-
man.
The energetic AFL political
leader, Joe Keenan, who in the
few years has developed into
one of the country's most nimble
and astute political strategists,
wrote to many of his followers
that:
"The papers are full of mink
coats, McCarthy and MacAr-
thur. Public morals and RFC
loans make headlines while Cos-
tello's hands attract the all-
time TV audience. Congression-
al Investigations are the order
of the day...We can expect this
headline hunting irom here on
until 1992..
"Your AFL union officers
keep driving home the point
that you must not let these
scandals take your eyes off what
the reactionary politicians are
doing to you....
"Your unions have be-
tween 70 and 80 legislative
agents in Washington at
any one time. These men
are constantly reporting
back to your national and
local ojjicers. They know
what is going on. It is more
i7)ipor,int than ever before
to follow their conclusions
and advice. Election day in
19S2 is not really so far off.
We have a big job to do. If
we do our part, there is a
fighting chance we can re-
place the worst reactionary
scandal-mongers with some
real statesmen."
And Keenan, right now, is In
Chicago conferring with other
AFL chiefs on revival of their
political league, which they
permitted to run down when
they decided earlier this year
to sit on their hands and purses
during the '52 campaign.
And Just as swiftly did the
CIO defend President Truman
on the Gen. MacArthur issue.
They flashed telegrams to the
White House from such respect-
ed and Influential CIO leaders
as Jack Potofsky, Sidney Hill-
man's successor at the men's
clothing union. He telegraphed
the President that. "Your forth-
right decisive action (In reliev-
ing MacArthur)....deserves the
wholehearted support of every
right thinking American......"
Every other CIO leader did like-
wise. And their union papers
printed the original wire, and
Mr. Truman's warm reply, which,
in Potofsky's case, said In
part:
"..having thoughtful per-
sons like yourself under-
stand and approve the ac-
tion is of tremendous im-
portance not only to me but
to the future of our coun-
try..may your number in-
crease.You and the Amal-
gamated Clothing Workers..
have my high regards.."
There were other factors In
the Truman-labor reconcilia-
tion. But these were dominant
in the White House. Naturally
labor leaders will not attempt to
!et what they can for their fol-
owers. After the 1.200 wage In-
crease cases now before the new
and friendly war wage board
are approved, there will be
thousands more.
And watch for new organiz-
ing drives, such as the CIO Oil
Workers launched quietly in
New York the other day when
their leader. Jack Knight, flew
In from Denver to look over the
biggest of them all, the Stand-
ard Oil Companies of New York
and New Jersey. There's more
coming.
The Unwisest Cut of All
qiie WASIIMTOH
lek ! Mi' ^"
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DREW PIARSON

Sneak Attack
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. The new taxes on so-called
luxuries, such as cars, cigarettes, whisky and
radio-TV sets, mav be called entirely admira-
ble In their contribution to the war effort,
measly as 600 million denatured dollars rank
today.
But thev are sneak taxes, parasite taxes,
which almost invariably suck the life from
the article they feed on. Somehow they al-
ways get bigger, until the basic worth of the
commodity they festoon Is lost beneath a fun-
gus of tax.
The "easy" tax, the hidden tax, the penny-
worth sales tax, the "painless" tax is a sin-
ister thing In Its encroachment on good liv-
ing. No government ever wants to relinquish
an easy buck, once its peoples are accustomed
to the little extra added bite. .
With the precedent firmly establish. It Is al-
ways easv to meet a cash demand by tacking
the extra Denny on the cigarettes, the extra
buck or so on the booze, the extra percentage
points on the autos. We have the example of
the wartime luxury levies that were not re-
moved when the war ended. We have the New
York sales tax. born under LaGuardia for wel-
fare purposes, which has lust been tilted from
two to three percent.
I do not care to think of the things we en-
lov in Ameirca. which are largely untasted
and usused by the masses elsewhere, as lux-
uries, subject to penalty as frivolous posses-
sions.
An auto is not a luxury here at home. It is
a vital necessity to the Individual, and Its
production kevs the economy of the country.
i do not think that cigarettes or radio sets or
whiskv are luxuries, either. Their manufacture
and distribution suDplles vast employment and
billions of dollars to the people.
A simple old adage says vou can ride a free
horse to death, and a simpler old economic
adage, which I Just coined, savs that the a-
bllity to buy Is based on the ability to pav.
Cut down to a point where even a Wash-
ington economist can understand, it Is obvious
that a man quits buying when the price of
the purchase mushrooms so much that he
can't afford to Indulge himself In super extra-
vagance for actual value received.
This has happened with brutal clarity In
England. A "poor." man in America does not
consider himself an oddity If he owns a car.
In England the "poor" man, and even the re-
latily well-off fellow, owns no auto. The
horsepower taxes and the taxes on petrol make
the costs of ownership prohibitive.
The Englishman was always a steady ap-
preciator of spirits, as well as beer, but today
he drinks beer. The cost of gin and whisky in
the public house has reduced him to a tip-
pling diet of weak bitter. The scarcity and ex-
pense of whisky, by the bottle, has turned
him semiteetotal in the home. This is horri-
fying, because anyone who has ever exper-
ienced an English winter, and English heat-
ing, knows the value of a tot of rum.
Except for the extraordinarily well-off. life
is a pretty drearv thing In England today.
They are a prideful crew, and do not weep
over much In face of deprivation, but have
become mighty sick of austere living. The lit-
tle, expensive niceties of life have dwindled,
and a flock of what used to be called neces-
sities have gone away, too.
The government of any country la empow-
red. In emergencies, to raise taxes, as taxes, to
the saturation point, and to curtail the man-
ufacture of frivolities and nonessentlals. Most
of us are willing hold still for It. and willing
or not. do accept It.
But I do not like the sneak attack on the
good things we have here. They have al-
ready watered down the dollar by 50 per-
cent, and lowered Its purchase potential by
another 50. I hate to see the government grasp
tightening on the extras that make living
nicer, more convenient, more fun.
There is more tax than tobacco In a cigar-
ette todav. and when vou take a slug of whis-
ky you are leaving an arm with the Treasury.
The tax trend on cars and radio sets and
dishwashers and refrigerators and lawn mow-
ers and razors and similar "nonessentlals" Is
ever upward. It Is possible, eventually, to kill
the goooae that laid the golden egg bv placing
an unbearably heavy tax on geese. You don't
actually have to hit him with the ax If vou
can tire him to death from the burden on his
back.
Drew Pearson Says: American firms ship war material be-
hind Iron Curtain; Seafarers' Harry Lundeberg flei.
from Paul Herzog; Income-tax boost riles Congress-
men.
WASHINGTON.For some time this column has called at-
tention to the shipment of war materials behind the Iron Curtain
oy European nations. It is only fair, however, to point out that
some American businessmen also have been guilty of the sama
practice.
Most people don't realize that a steady trickle of strategic
materials has been reaching Communist countries from int..",
UB.A. Here are some American firms which hava been trans-
shipping:
1) Rolfe G. Groite of New York, who sent chemicals to
Switzerland, later transshiped them to Soviet Russia.
2) The Pacific Trading Corporation of Boston which trans-
snipped steel plates to Communist China.
3) The Harris Chemical Corporation of New York which ob-
tained a license to ship chemicals to Belgium, then.transshipped.',
tnem to Communist Czechoslovakia.
Last December 27 tin.; column also revealed that the Alu-
minum Corporation of Canada, an affiliate of the Mellon-con-
trolled Aluminum Corporation of America, had shipped 3,000,000
pounds of aluminum to Communist Czechoslovakia, and 1,000,000
pounds of aluminum to Communist Poland, at a time when the
American public was Retting dangerously short.
NOTEIt Is also a regrettable fact that Formosa, whert
Cnlang Kai-shek is In control, has sent some materials to Goof
r.iunlst China, while Japan did the same thing while General
MacArthur was In control.
NO TIME FUR LOVE
Harry Lundeberg is not only head of the 8eafarers' Interna-
tional Union, but dresses and looks the part. He Is tall, broad-
shouldered, wears a sweater with high roll collar In the winter;
time, and In the summer an.open collar or no collar at all,
Lundeberg has been waging a tough and effective campaign
to purge Communism from the sea-going unions, and has been
gunning lately for Communists In the Marine Cooks and 8tewafds
Union. To that end he recently testified before the National Labor
Relations Board, where he made an effective presentation.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
THE KEY SENTENCES
WASHINGTON. Two sentences in Gen.
Omar Bradley's opening statement a few days
ago are like twin keys which make it possible
to peer through doors hitherto locked. "We be-
lieve that every effort should be made to set-
tle the present conflict without extending it
outside Korea." said Bradley. "If this proves im-
possible, then other measures will have to be
taken."
These two sentences deserve careful exami-
nation. Rationally, the first sentence can only
mean that "every effort" is being made to "set-
tip the present conflict," or at least that such
an effort soon will be made. Moreover, the sen-
tence would not make sense unless there were
real reasons for believing that a settlement of
the conflict Is at Jeast within the bounds of
possibility. And. as first reported In this space.
such reasons do In fact exist.
For one thing, the Soviet rulers must -now
know that total Communist victory In Korea
is not possible unless the Soviets are willing
actively to invite world war. For another thing,
In recen, days numerous hints have been obli-
quely conveyed from Soviet sources both to the
American and British governments, to the ef-
fect that a settlement of the Korean war on
the 38th Parallel might be arranged.
Under other circumstances, these very ten-
tative Indications would not be taken serious-
ly and they may. of course, mean nothing.
But thev are taken seriously, if only because
this peculiar feeling out process as ritualis-
tic as the love dance of the whooolng crane
has formed an integral part of Soviet diplo-
macy from the davs of the Nazi-Soviet pact
rleht through to the end of the Berlin block-
ade. The fact that the hints are taken serious-
ly Is clearly reflected In the whole tone of the
Marshall-Bradley testimony.
There are other straws in the wind, like the
surprising off-the-cuff remark recently made
bv Presidential Advisr Averell Harrlman on a
radio program. Harrman said tha* t'^e Korean
lighting might end "next week, the week al-
ter, in a month or two months." Harrlman Is
not given to talking through his hat and to
talk about the Korean war ending "next week"
without any prelimlnarv diplomatic soadework
at all is demonstrable nonsense. Apcin. there
is President Truman's widelv-reported. bound-
less confidence in peace in Korea and even
the ebullient Mr. Truman could hardly base
such confidence on simple wishful thinking,
with no basis in fact whatsoever.
For these reasons and others Gen. Brad-
lev's first sentence ouoted above means simp-
ly that a negotiated settlement of the Ko-
rean war Is now regarded as a realistic pos-
sibility. But If "this proves impossible" as
It well mav then what "other measures will
have to be taken?"
The answer to this all-Important question
of course depends largely on events in Korea.
One answer has already been publicly under-
lined. If the 8oviet rulers permit the large-
scale commitment of planes or submarines
based outside Korea, devasting counter-attacks
will be precipitated. The Soviet rulers will
then be confronted with the choice be-
tween abandoning their most important satel-
lite, or inviting general war bv intervening
openlv. The 8oviets mav be willing to accept
this hard choice if onlv because there Is no
other wav the Communists can win.
Otherwise. It is reasonable to expect that
the second Chinese offensive which now seems
to be in prospect will be defeated as decl-
slvlv and bloodily as the first. It Is also rea-
sonable to assume that Chinese armies will
then be Incapable, at least for some time, of
heavy offensive action.
In this case, a new policy for Korea has at
least been quite seriously considered. For the
United Nations forces might then be firmly
established on some predetermined Une. whe-
ther on the 18th Parallel, or further, or fur-
ther north, on the narrow neck of the Korean
peninsula.
After he finished, Lundeberg walked up to Paul Herzog,
chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, and stuck his
nose almost in his face.
The chairman Is almost the opposite of Lundebergthin,
delicate hands, finely chiseled features.
"Listen, Herzy," bellowed the head of the Seafarers' Union,
his Jaw Jutting close to the chairman's Jaw, "what happens If this
decision goes against us?"
Without batting an eye, the chairman replied: "I'm not so
much worried about that as I am that It'll be for you, and you'll
kiss me."
The head of the Seafarers' Union picked up his hat and left,
TAX TEMPERS
There were some stormy dissents Inside the House Ways and
Means Committee before It tentatively approved a 3 per cent,
across-the-board boost In individual Income taxes.
"This is an unfair imposition on the lower-bracket taxpay-
ers," insisted Democrat Wilbur Mills of Arkansas. "Most of tt:e
new revenue In this legislation will come from the lower bracke s
anyhow, so why saddle the poor man with the same rate of in-
crease as the upper-bracket taxpayer?"
Rep. Hale Boggs of Louisiana, who favored a graduated in-
crease from 2 to 4 per cent on Incomes up to $10,000 a year, ale
opposed the across-the-board formula. So did another. L)etn"
.rat, John Dingell of Michigan.
Dlngell was furious because the committee had raised cor-
poration taxes only to 52 per cent instead of to 55 per cent, as
ri-commended by the Treasury.
"The coffers of some of these big companies are bulging with '
unexpended cash," exclaimed Dingell. "That's where the fat is.
it Isn't In the little man's pocket. I'm against all these excise
taxes too. which are paid by the consumersand that applies
to excises on automobiles made in my own home town.
"Amrica lives on wheels," said the Congressman from De- -
trolt. "But If you cripple the automobile industry by increasing' '
excises to the point where the average fellow can't afford to buy
a new car you are threatening the future of our whole economy .*'
Rep, Dan Reed of New York, the Committee's No. 1 Repub-' "
llcan, said he was willing to "go along" by not raising Individual
income taxes at all. While Democrats pinched themselves to' be
ure they weren't dreaming, Reed hastened to explain: ''*
"If we cut non-essential Government spending to the bbne,
maybe we wouldn't need a tax bill."
In the showdown, however. Reed and other committee Repub---
licans voted solidly for the income-tax boost which hits Unit *
Incomes as much as It does big.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
American scientists are unable to understand why the Rus.' ~
slans have exploded only one A-bomb. Our most elaborate scien-
tifie detecting devices have detected no indication that .{ha
Kremlin has set off a second atomic explosion. Some of our *-
perts feel that the Reds have found a method of detonaUnjt, 2
their bombs which eludes our scientific Instruments. Others culm
tne Russians are so far behind the U.S. in bomb development ',
that they would merely show their lack of progress by exploding
another "old fashioned type of bomb.. .Our underground A-bonio ',
explosions that will soon take place will be used as a guide to >
(J.8. engineers constructing deep underground defense centers.
Our scientists are trying to discover just how deep and how
strong our atomproof shelters must be. At the same time
c< urs-e, they can gauge how much damage an A-bomb wc
do to Russia's secret underground factories.. .UB. reports fr
Moscow state that the Russians are rushing work on six hi
hydroelectric dams In the Lake Baikal area beyond the Ursi
Some 300.000 workmen, men and wenwn. are reported wo-*'
even at night under floodlights to speed these huge projt
What makes the news so disturbing is that hydroelt&ru: i._
in huge quantities is essential to the production of atomic
i.vdrogen bombs. This Indicates Rvssia Is gcing all out to lncrj
It production of atomic weapons in an area relatively safe f]
American bombers.
(Copyright. 1951. byJThe BeU Syndicate. Inc.)



AGE TEN
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TUESDAY, MAT , 1S51
Nwschart mbove showi where . S. Army divisions will be dep loved in United States, Europe and Asia, after planned move-
ments of the next few months Uke place. First of four new divisions ordered to Europe is the 4th Infantry, which has
been trainlnj at Ft. Benninc Ga., and is expected to ship out for Europe within the next 30 days. The three other division
slated for the Atlantic Pact army are scheduled to go late this summer and early fall.__________________________________ -
Restive Poles Strike, Riot,
As Russians Tighten Grip
WASHINGTON. May 22 (UP)
The United States Government
has Information that Poland Is
giving Moscow some big head-
aches.
Reports of unrest over increas-
ing Soviet control of Poland are
inuring through the Iron Cur-
tain on a mounting scale.
The Polish port of Stettin 1
one of the most active trouble
spots for the Communists. Polish
dockworkers there recently struck
When ordered to load sugar for
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the Soviet Union. They protested
their own sugar rations were too
low to allow exports to Russia.
Stettin was the scene of a riot
early April. A Red Army major
shot and killed three Polish citi-
zens. Three Polish policemen
were reported killed by an irate
mob after they refused to arrest
the Russian.
An estimated 2,000 Poles in the
area were rounded up after the
Incident.
According to former Polish pre-
mier Stanlslaw Micolajczyk, now
a refugee. Russians control the
harbor Installations of Stettin
and some Industries In the city.
They are taking over additional
factories.
More unrest has been reported
in Poland's Slleslan coal mines.
Miners recently struck alter their
production auotas were boosted
without a wage Increase.
The Polish parliament Is re-
ported to have abolished seven
Catholic and national holidays In
the effort to get more work out
of the Poles.
The State Department received
a letter from a girl Identified on-
ly as "Helen."
"We cannot live longer this
Religious Freedom
Comes To Sweden
After 225 Years
STOCKHOLM. May 22 (UP)
Sweden today gave every citia.-n
the right to choose his own ic-
llglon and to enter monasteries
for the first time since 1728.
The Riksdag (Parliament)
relaxed the 225 years old i*w
which made adhesion to the
State Church compulsory.
Swedes who resign from the-
State Church will have a 40 per
cent reduction In the moderate
church tax.
way. We lived through the old
Polish regime and we lived
through the hell of the Nazis.
"But today Is worse. Today we
are like machines. We work only
for the Communists.
"We work till we cannot work
any more. Then they crack the
whip.
"But every day the Commun-
ists are finding it more difficult
to get our work. The underground
Is active again. Messages are put
on walls, in buildings and on
streetcars for the workers to see
the next day."
American officials are not op-;
tlmlstlc that the Poles have the
means to overthrow their Com-
munist masters. The people have
no weapons and the Communists
control all mediums of propagan-
da, including the press.
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CINCO CENTESIMO*
Feroz batalla se desata en el frente de Corea
"/ Agropecuario debe evitar
el alza de los precios aqu"
"Tambin ha de asegurar la
salida de los producios del
Pas" dijo el Min. Samudio
XI Ministro de Agricultura, loa productos de la Industria
Comercio e Industrias. Don Da-
vid Samudio, manifest enfti-
camente arlbche en el Banquete
de la Sociedad de Ingenieros
que como presidente de la Di-
rectiva del Banco Agropecuario
e Industrial, luchara para lo-
grar que esta Institucin deje de
ser un competidor del Comer-
ciante Privado y que reduzca el
amplio margen de sus opera-
ciones, al fomento de la Indus-
| tria y la Agricultura.
En mi concepto el Ministerio
I de Hacienda y el Banco Agrope-
cuario, deben intervenir sola-
mente en la regulacin de pre-
cios, evitando el alia de ellos,
regulando la Importancln de
productos de primera necesidad
despus de asegurar la salida de
nacional.
En consecuencia, manifest,
si bien el banco ha de asegurar
un mercado a loa productos na-
cionales, tambin deber estar
alerta para evitar la especula-
cin y el alza injustificada que
aumente el costo de la vida y
perjudique al consumidor.
Dijo el Ministro Samudio que
el crea que la labor que se de-
sarrollara en loa Ministerios
serla de planeamiento ya que
no habra tiempo para realizar
una labor extensa, por falta de
tiempo. Agreg que como no era
tcnico en las materias de que
ae ocupaba el Ministerio se es-
taba rodeando de tcnicos que
lo asesorarn en sus labores.
No se ha pensado posponer la
audiencia que se har al Dr.
lArnulfo Arias el viernes
maana se fe tomaba declaracin al diputado
Zorita y a, otras personas
"Hasta este momento el Co-
mandante de la Polica, Core-
|Nave panamea se
handle en puerto
de Espaa ayer
VIGO. Espaa, mayo 22. (UP)
El buque panameo "Cacke-
ren" se hundi el lunes cuan-
Intentaba entrar en este
puerto como consecuencia de
jna via de agua producida por
in golpe de mar, salvndose to-
los los tripulantes.
I El buque de carga que se dl-
tlgia a Hamburgo desde Casa-
blanca con un cargamento de
losfato mineral estaba inten-
tado refugiarse en puerto, so-
licitando auxilio, el cual le fue
prestado inmediatamente.
El capitn del barco, Deme-
Iri Nlcolarvi, recin casado,
luien viajaba con su esposa, y
algunos tripulantes sufren he-
|idas leves.
El cargamento se perdi, pe-
o algunos equipajes fueron sal-
lados.
nel J. A. Remn, no Ha remi-
tido a la Comisin Investiga-
dora ningn informe. Este in-
forme nadie se lo ha pedido;
entiendo que la comisin to to-
mar una declaracin jurada
al Comandante Remn, tal co-
mo lo establece el auto cabeza
del proceso", dijo a un redac-
tor de este diario, el H. D.
Heraclio Barletta, en contesta-
cin a pregunta que le fue for-
mulada.
El H.D. Barletta, dijo que en
el curso de la maana se le
tomara declaracin al ex-Ml-
nlstro Norberto Zurita y a va-
rias personas ms, cuyos nom-
bres se mantienen en reserva.
Al preguntrsele al H.D. He-
raclio Barletta que si se con-
templaba el caso de posponer
la fecha de la audiencia del
doctor Arnulfo Arias, fijada pa-
ra el viernes 26, el H.D. Bar-
letta dijo que la Comisin ten-
dr preparado y listo su infor-
me a la Asamblea para ser pre-
sentado el prximo viernes. El
H.D. Barletta termin dicien-
do a los periodistas que todas
las decisiones de la Comisin
se hablan ajustado a las dis-
posiciones que determina la ley
de procedimiento.
[sarn slo cinco de los diez
lmetros que construyeron
>n la carretera hacia Bocas
I frece r recital
3 declamadora
-arla Yomar
, Bajo los auspicios del Depar-
fimento de Culturad el Minls-
;rlo de Educacin, la exquisita
sclamadora espaola, Srta. Ca-
lla Yomar, del Conservatorio
e Madrid, ofrecer un recital
>tico en el Teatro Nacional
anana a las cuatro de la tar-
El recital potico incluye poc-
es de Menndez, Pidal, el
arques de Santlllana, Rubn
jarlo, Jos Zorrilla, Alvares
ilntero, Luis Chamizo y otros.
Por gestiones del Departa-
ento da Cultura, la Srta. Yo-
ar ha acordado un precio mi-
mo para nuestros estudiantes
25 centavos entrada general.
No dudamos que nuestra pil-
era sala de arte estar llena
ata su capacidad cuando se
'ante el teln, ya que este
igno recital potico ha desper-
do el entusiasmo de nuestros
mbres de letras y estudiantes
e quieren escuchar a tan re-
el intrpresete de la poesa
pela que nos enva nuestra
idr patria.
"Solo cinco de los diez kil-
metros construidos por la pasa-
ca administracin en la linca
Boquete-Almirante, podrn sir
usados por el pblico", inform
esta maana a un representan-
te de "El Panam Amrica", el
Ingeniero Norberto Navarro,
despus de un corto viaje de
inspeccin realizado por la pio-
vincia de Chlrlqui.
El Ministro Navarro dijo que
haba desechado cinco kilme-
tros de carretera porque elios
pasan por terrenos del Dr. Ar-
nulfo Arlas y que dicha carre-
tera ha sido construida con u-
na gradiente (desnivel) de ca-
torce por ciento, que en ningn
caso permite que dicha via pue-
da ser cinsiderada como uid
cairetera comercial. El Ministro
Navarro Inform que presentar
al Procurador General de la
Nacin, una denuncia sobre -
te particular, para determinar
responsabilidades-
El Ingeniero Navarro, quien
acaba de regresar de la Pro-
vincia de Chlrlqui, dijo que e!
objetivo primordial del Mini
tero de Obras Pblcas es la de
mantener la eficiencia de todos
les servicios de Obras Pblicas
y que en su Ministerio lo subor-
dinar a la prestacin de c-
clente* servicios a la comu-
nidad.
Ser restringida
la entrada a la
Asamblea el 25
En fuentes allegadas a la A-
tamblea Nacional se nos In-
form ea la maana de boy
que las entradas a la audien-
cia qne ae efectuar el vier-
nes para decidir sobre el en-
juiciamiento del Dr. Arnulfo
Arias ser restringida para e-
vitar las aglomeraciones o
cualquier otro incidente que
pueda provocarse esa tarde.
AI afecto, se ests distribu-
yendo tarjetas especiales ain
las cuales no se dar acceso a
nadie a la Asamblea Naeional.
Hacen declaracin
de sus bienes dos
altos funcionarios
El Gerente de la Caja del Se-
guro Social, Lie. Manuel sols
P., Inform a este diario que por
medio de la Escritura Pblica
nmero 911 de 18 de Mayo lti-
mo protocolizada en la Notarla
Tercera de este Circuito habia
hecho declaracin pblica de
sus haberes.
La misma informacin sumi-
nistr a "El Panam-Amrica",
el Ingeniero Ricardo J. Berm-
dez, quien dijo que era una
prctica beneficiosa que deben
de imitar todos los funcionarlos
Tanto el Gerente de la Caja
del Seguro. SooM oonio I Mi-
nistro^ ae Educacin pertenecen
al parttto poltico en foJ&a-
dtn "Frente patritico".
795 marinos hacen
visita a Panam en
trnsito a EE.UU.
Tres destructores norte-ame-
ricanos pertenecientes a la 'flo-
ta en alcanforina", y que han
sido reactivados debido a la ac-
tual emergencia, se encuentran
en ruta desde San Diego, Cali-
fornia para servicio en los puer-
tos de la costa oriental de Esta-
dos Unidos.
Los destructores son el "USS
Irwln", al mando del Coman-
dante R. M. Keith; el "USS
Harveston", al mando del Te-
niente Comandante W. S. Sclo-
cum m y el "USS Joyce" al
mando del Teniente Comandan-
te J. P. McGrady Jr.
El Irwin es el buque Insignia
de esta unidad, y se dirige ha-
cia Norfolk, Virginia, mientras
que el Harveston y el Jorce,
prestarn servicio en Newport.
La mayora de-ios 795 hombres
que forman la oficialidad y tri-
pulacin de los barcos, saltarn
a tierra todos los dias antes que
estos Inicien el cruce del canal
el jueves. Los tres barcos estn
atracados en los muelles de Bal-
boa.
Mientras en el oriental los
aliados retroceden en otros
los rojos comienzan a huir
TOKIO, Mayo 22. (UP). Miles de comunistas Chinos
avanzaron ms de 25 millas al sur del Paralelo SS a travs de
las fuerzas Sur-Coreanas que se estn desintegrando ea el frente
oriental.
Ua despacho, sumamente censurado, del Cuartel del Oetavo
Ejrcito, dijo que las tropas de las Naciones Unidas estaban
luchando desesperadamente contra el tiempo y 'el terreno des-
favorable para cerrar la brecha en la linea aliada al este de
Pangan.
El despacho dijo que las pun-
tas de lanza comunistas se en-
cuentran a las afueras de Sok-
sa a 25 millas al sur del Para-
lelo SI. pero los censores elimi-
naron el ancho exacto y la pru-
fundidad de la brecha abierta
por los comunistas. Un porta-
vos del Ejrcito describi la si-
tuacin como "una carrera de
rita".
En los otros lugares del fren-
te coreano de 120 millas, sinem-
bargo, el Octavo Ejrcito lo-
gr rechazar los ataques convi-
ri3ta, Jos cuales disminuyen ec
Intensidad.
El Octavo Ejrcito avanz lu-
cia el norte hasta a ocho muas
del Paralelo 38 al norte de Sel,
pisndole los talones a los co-
munistas en retirada.
Se ha reportado que tropas
frescas y tanques se estn mo-
viendo hacia el sur-este, ya sea
para explorar la brecha de Sofc-
sa y para un nuevo asalto con-
tra las abatidas pero reforza-
das tropas de la Segunda Divi-
sin norteamericana.
La Segunda Divisin se en-
cuentra lista a hacerle frente,
pero no creen que darn mucho
que hacer. Su Comandante, el
Mayor Genral Clark L. Ruffnr,
ciljo que la divisin ha roto la
espina dorsal de la ofensiva ro-
ja, en el frente central orlenUl
fa* romurrtttas" lanzaron dos
batallones 18j000 soldado*
contra la linea de la segunda
Divisin tal sur y sur-este de
Hsngye en un ataque de prueba
hoy-
Los enormes caones de la
Divisin tendieron una cortina
de acero y explosivos en ambos
extremos y detrs de los ata-
cantes, y luego aniquilaron sis-
temticamente a loe comunistas
atrapados. A las 7 de la maana
todos los rojos hablan sido a-
niquilado o dispersados.
Fuentes bien enteradas, pero
no oficiales, calcularon el total
de bajas comunistas durante los
primeros seis diaa de lucha en
ms de ochenta mil.
Despachos del frente dicen
que los rojos han sido deten-
dos u obligados a retirarse en
los otros sectores de las mon-
taas orientales alrededor de
Soksa, pero loa rojos continua-
ban penetrando la brecha alia-
da en la linea de Soksa.
Los rojos lograron penetrar al
sur y sur-este de Soksa hacia
una carretera vital que corre
desde la costa oriental en Hang
niung hacia Amidong, en donae
dobla hacia el sur tiacle el es-
razn mismo de Corea del Sur.
Se calcula que por lo menos
sesenta mil soldados chinos y
r.orcoreanos ae encuentran C
el rea de Soksa y el nmero es
aumentado continuamente.
Los rojos estaban atacando en
grupos de dos mil o ms, y las
fuerzas sur-coreanas e de-In-
tegraron bajo el Impacto del a-
salto. Inmediatamente *e ea-,
Viardn reJueraoa para tratar d
cerrar la brecha. Los refuerzos
atacaron en medio de un inten-
so fuego de armas de pequeo
calibre y se tomaron el terreno
alto en avances de varios cen-
tenares de yardas.
Acabar el Seguro Social
con iodos los agiotistas
que compran cheques all
El nuevo Gerente del Seguro Social, Lie. Manuel Sol*
P., declar esta maana a.la prensa qne no se prestar
en forma alguna a la fomentacin del ario, como prcti-
camente se ha venido haciendo en la Caja, del Seguro So-
cial al entregarse los cheques de los jubilados.
El Gerente Sols, dijo que desde ayer haban comenza-
do los funcionarios de la Caja a entregar los cheques de
los Jubilados y hasta las seis de la tarde todava se traba-
jaba en ello. El Gerente agrega que para terminar con el
agio se entregarn los cheques a les Jubilados o a familia-
res de ellos y que la Caja del Seguro Social no reconocer
autorizaciones para retirar cheques dadas a personas co-
nocidas ea el ejercilo del agio.
Como es del dominio pblico los agiotistas haban es-
cogido como presa predilecta a lea jubilados por la Caja
del Seguro Social, que debido a las exiguas entradas de sus
pensiones caan fcilmente entre sus garras. Esta benfica
medida del Gerente Lie. Manuel Sols P. pondr a cubierto
a los Jubilados de los abusos de agiotistas y usureros.
Pedirn siete millones para
construir Escuelas Pblicas
Los Mdicos Envan
Terna para Escoger
a Director de Salud
La Asociacin Mdica Nacio-
nal ha enviado al Ministro de
Trabajo, rrerisin Social y
Salud Pblica, Ing. Juan de
Arco Gallndo, ana tema, de
donde se deber escoger el
prximo Director del Departa-
mente de Salud Pblica-
La terna est compuesta por
los Drea. Alberto Calvo, Arte-
ro Tanta y Guillermo Garca
de Paredes. i
Considera la Asociacin M-
dica Nacional que el Director
de Sand Pblica debe ser un
mdico graduado, especializa-
do en aalud pblica, y Jos tres
mdicos mencionados llenan
so requisitos.
Como hace 50 aos
vive el obrero de
Panam en la Zona
Se amortizarn con lo que se
gasta ahora en alquileres y
en reparaciones de planteles
El Partido "Unin
Popular" eligi el
Directorio Nacional
En reunin celebrada ayer en
L> residencia del Doctor Serlo
Gonzlez. Ruiz, fundador y jefe
del Partido UNION POPULAR,
popularmente conocido con el
nombre de Partido de la MA-
ZORCA, el Directorio Nacional
efectu los siguientes nombra-
mientos como primer paso hacia
su reorganizacin:
Directorio Nacional: Presiden -
tt; Ing. Vctor N. Juliao; Vice-
presidente: Don Campo Elias
Albarracin; Tesorero: Dr- Artu-
ro Martlnelll; Secretario: Don
Luis Quintero Q.
Comit Politico Ing. Vctor N
Juliao; Prof. Rubn D. Caries;
Lr. Bernardino Gonzlez Ruis.
Fu nombrado tambin el
personal de los comits de Per-
sonal, Correspondencia y Pro-
paganda.
Ms de cien mil balboas se
han vendido hasta ahora en
la Feria Agrcola de Coln
COLON, Mayo 22 (Correspon- cluya nmeros a cargo de las
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23.400
sal Especial)Cerca de veinte
mil alumnos de las escuelas pri-
marlas y secundarlas de Coln,
y alumnos de algunas escuelas
de la capital visitaron ayer los
pabellones de la gran Feria
Agropecuaria. Comercial e In-
dustrial que se celebra en esta
ciudad dando el colorido y ani-
mado espectculo de miles de
chiquillos que acompaados de
sus maestras visitaban los sa-
lones de exhibicin.
Hasta ahora se estima que
han circulado mas de B. 100.000-
00. en los primeros dias de la
Feria, vencindose casi todos los
productos agrcolas exhibidos y
otros artculos de los diferentes
pabellones Instalados por el co-
mercio de Coln.
El sbado prximo en la tar-
de el programa de la Feria in-
Fuereas Areas del Ejrcito de
los Estados Unidos, acantonados
en France Field. Dicho progra-
ma Incluye saltos en paracaidas,
y maniobras que realizarn los
helicpteros del Ejrcito norte-
americano. Esa misma tarde se
entregarn los premios donados
por el Club de Equitacin a los
mejores ejemplares.
Se renen los
Periodistas
El Presidente i el Sindicato
de Periodistas de Pa.iam. cita
a todos los miembros a la
Asamblea General que tendr
lugar maana .para discutir asan
tos muy importantes relaciona-
dea coa el Sindcate,
ft
Quieren en Chlrlqui
a don Carlos A. Mir
en el Banco de David
DAVID, May 21 (Correspon-
sal) En los crculos comer-
ciales ganaderos y agricultores
de esta provincia ha sido reci-
bida con beneplcto la notk.13
del posible nombramiento ae
Don Carlos Arturo Mir para el
cargo de Gerente de Banco de
Chlrlqui, ocupado actualmente
per Don David Trujlllo, mie...-
oo del postulado, se espera que
las actividades del Banco citado
continen dentro de la norma-
lidad progresista que deben de-
sarrollar instituciones de este
genero.
WASHINGTON, Mayo 22 (UP)
El ltimo nmero de la revis-
ta "CIO Newa", rgano oficial
de ese organismo, le dedic ms
de una columna a la discusin
de las condiciones en que tra-
bajan los panameos en la Zo-
na del Canal.
Dice as el articulo: 'Xas con-
Jdlclones de vida y dp trabajo
! fle~lo*~Paiiarheflos que trabajan
hitTi f 1,n <*-
4Ho^ucBHjesc!rTW)S. Todava
continan atadoa a "una escala
de salarios del Caribe", sistema
que fu diseado a fin de hacer-
le frente a las ratas de pago que
prevalecan en los pases veci-
nos al comienzo del siglo. Ellos
(los panameos) todava existen
en un nivel de vida establecido
en 1003. Los ciudadanos norte
americanos ganan los mismos
sueldos que en Estados Unidos
mis un bono de 25 por ciento,
S> aun asi, ellos tambin sien-
Q el alto costo de la vida".
El Embajador de
Panam en Caracas
hace una aclaracin
Mayo 22 de 1951.
Seor Ing. Norberto Navarro,
Director de "La Tribuna"
Ciudad.
Estimado Norberto:
En el radio-peridico que t
dlrijes, un locutor propal en
la audicin del dia de ayer, la
especie falaz, tendenciosa y
malvola de que yo y otros di-
putados a la Asamblea Nacio-
nal se hablan reunido el s-
bado ltimo en un lugar de
la Zona del Canal, sobornados
por los familiares del doctor
Arnulfo Arlas, para lograr que
este ltimo saliera absuelto en
la audiencia que se le har el
25 de loa corrientes.
En primer lugar, tu debes sa-
ber que yo me encuentro ejer-
ciendo actualmente el cargo de
Embajador de Panam en Ve-
nezuela y que se encuentra ac-
tuando en mi lugar en la A-
samblea Nacional, mi suplente
el seor Joel Benjamin, quien
permanecer en esa posicin
hasta fines de septiembre del
ao en curso. Por lo tanto se
deja entrever claramente que
el locutor de marras, ha inven-
tado una historia hija de su
Imaginacin, con el objeto de
querer Impresionar y tratar de
buscar adeptos para tu causa.
Debo decirte con toda fran-
queza de amigo que te estima
en alto grado que este locutor
te est haciendo un dao gran-
dsimo porque en su actitud
deshonesta e Innoble trata de
empaar la reputacin y la
honra de tus amigos, tomndo-
te como mampara. Por otra
parta t no necesitas conseguir
adeptos de esta forma porque
ya los tienes por tus mritos
personales.
Yo tengo mi conciencia muy
tranquila porque he actuado y
seguir actuando verticalmente.
con la frente muy en alto y
porque no soy ni de los opor-
tunistas ni de las personas que
sirven a Dios y al Diablo al
mismo tiempo. Yo solo sirvo a
la causa de la Repblica y en
ella me mantendr hasta el fi-
nal de mis dias.
Con votos por tu ventura
personal, tu amigo afectsimo y
servidor,
Luis Ral Fernndez.
En fuentes enteradas se ase-
guraba en la maana de hoy
que estaban haciendo gestiones
en el Ministerio de Educacin
para conseguir un emprstito
de cinco a siete millones de
balboas para construcciones es-
colares, los cuales seria suscri-
tos con alguna compaa ame-
ricana o europea, que estn de-
seosas de hacer Inversiones en
nuestro pas.
Estas aseveraciones cobraron
mayor fuerza al declarar el Mi-
nistro de Educacin, Ing. Ricar-
do J. Bermdez anoche en el
banquete que ofreci la Socie-
dad Panamea de Ingenieros a
sus colegas Ministros que habia
necesidad de hacer en Panada
construcciones escolares por va-
ler de siete millones de balboas
y que se pagaban en concepto)
de alquileres B. 250.000 y :cei
oj Fondos Municipales de EJ'i-
cacln gastaban anualmenta
ms de B. 100.000 en construc-
ciones y reparaciones escolar,
mientras que Obras PbhYoa
gastaba en estos mismos con-
ceptos ms de B. 150.000
Estim el Ministro Bermtfes
que con la suma de B- soo.ou
que da este total bien se pcuia
conseguir con alguna compaiVa
americana o europea un em-
prstito por esta suma y resol-
ver asi de una vez por todas.-eal
el trmino de cinco aos, el pia-
blema de las construcciones es-
colares, i
Grupo de damas panameas
se reunir hoy para formar
una "unin cvica femenina"
En reunin que tuvieron ayer decidieron ir en ma-
nifestacin a la Asamblea. Nacional el Viernes
Esta Urde 3. tai tres se r* - j ?fer"r kifotttAVmos en nuastr*
nlrn en el Paraninfo rlrr 'n imn JTJ..M ii. aver, y anterior -
Universldad Nacional un grupo
d* mujeres, con el objeto de
formar una Unin Cvica Fe-
menina, que velar por la sa-
lud y bienestar de la Patria.
En el dia de ayer, se efec-
tu una reunin en la residen-
cia de la seora Graciela Qui-
zado de Arosemena y se decidi
citar a todas las mujeres de
Panam a una reunin en la
Plaza de Santa Ana el dia vier-
nes 25 del presente mes, a las
2:30 de la tarde, para de all
dirigirse en manifestacin a la
Asamblea Nacional.
Se nos Inform que l Unin
Cvica Femenina ser una or-
ganizacin apoltica y por lo
tanto no tendr nexos con nin-
gn partido poltico.
La reunin de esta tarde tie-
ne por objeto escoger un co-
mit Ejecutivo que rija loa des-
tinos de la nueva organizacin,
para proceder inmediatamente
a dirigir la accin conjunta de
las mujeres panameas que de-
sean luchar por mantener las
conquistas logradas durante los
pasados sucesos polticos.
mente se habia reunido otro
(Pasa a i Pag. I.OLI) j
Sall de Colombia
batalln que va a
combatir a Corea
CALL Mayo 22 (UP)A las
12.40 de hoy zarp del puerto
de Buenaventura el transporta
norte-americano "Elko Victory"
conduciendo el batalln de Co-
lombia destinado a luchar en
Corea integrando las fuerzas da
las elaciones Unidas.
El acto de despedida registro)
extraordinaria emocin, estando
presentes en los muelles altas
autoridades civiles y militares y
eclesisticas, asi como millares
de personas que con ferviente
patriotismo agitaron banderas)
colomgianas y pauelos blancos
hasta que el buque desapareci.
"Antes de actuar tenemos que
resolver asuntos polticos
que estn pendientes'',Galindo
Brillante fue el banquete que ofreci anoche la
Sociedad de Ingenieros
Anoche tuvo lugar el espln-
dido banquete que la Sociedad
Panamea de Ingenieros ofreci
a loa ministros miembros de
esa entidad, ingenieros Ricardo
J. Bermdez, Ministro de Edu-
cacin, Norberto Navarro, Mi-
nistro de Obras Pblicas, Juan
de Arco Gallndo, Ministro de
Agricultura y Comercio y Da-
vid Samudio, Ministro de Agri-
cultura, Comercio e Industrias.
Con una asistencia que pa-
saba de cien miembros y repre-
sentantes de la prensa nacio-
nal, ae inici el banquete en
un ambiente de cordialidad y
camaradera, en el cual tuvo
destacada actuacin como maes-
tro de ceremonias el Ing. Er-
nesto Jan Guardia.
Correspondi ofrecer el ban-
quete el Ing. Juan Alberto Mo-
rales, quien hizo un anlisis de
la situacin de la Repblica y
de los problemas que era ne-
cesario resolver para asegurar
el porvenir del pas. El discur-
so, en el que casi se desarro-
llaba un pan de gobierno, fue
muy aplaudido y comentado.
Luego Mcieron uso de la pa-
labra los Ministros de Estado,
entre ellos el Ing. Norberto Na-
varro, quien dijo que la socie-
dad de Ingenieros era culpa-
ble de muchos errores cometi-
dos, porque no habia sabido
asumir su posicin en el deba-
te de los problemas naciona-
les.
El Ing. Juan Gallndo dijo que
el Gobierno antes que los pro-
blemas tcnicos, tenia graves
problemas polticos que resolver
y que mientras ello no sucedie-
ra no se podran atacar los
otros asuntos que exigan un
clima de normalidad para eje-
cutarse. '
--------------------------------- f
Dirigente poltico I
boliviano apresado
por los militares
LA PAZ, Mayo 32 (UP)Loa
agentes de la Polica Nacional
arrestaron a Juan Lechn, lder
de la Unin de Mineros y del
Movimiento Nacional Revolucio-
narlo, y fuentes informadas
creen que ser deportado hoy.
Lechn habia sido buscado por
el Ejrcito desde que la Junta
Militar de Gobierno se apoder
del poder el mircoles pasado.
El dirigente del Movimiento
Nacional Revolucionario habia
estado viviendo en el exilio en
Chile durante el rgimen del ex
Presidente Mamerto Urriolagol-
tia, quien renunci la semana
pasada entregndole el poder
a la Junta Militar a fin "&%
salvarguardar los intereses y la
paz del pas y evitar agitacin*
comunistas",

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PAGINA DOB
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MAYO ti, 151
Pattamamrtca
MAMO INDirCNDiENTl
HAHMODIG ADA. BIMCT8
COITO** r-APjAM AMtnlCA. A.
Tll'FONO 2-074t CtNTRAl "BIVO> APATDO PO.TAl NO. 13*
CN SU* IAUIMM SITUADO IN CST CIUDAD. CLUI M. NO 87
Se Inaugura Maana la Estacin Lumax
EL FRENTE CVICO PE LA MUJER
PANAMEA
A travs de la prensa se ha informado que se
est organizando un frente cvico compuesto por
la mujer panamea con el propsito elevado de
defender, por encima de consignas o de tendencias
d partidos polticos, las instituciones republicanas
y el funcionamiento de la Constitucin que nos
rige. s
Propicia es la oportunidad para este movimien-
to por cuanto an est latente el recuerdo impre-
sionante de la participacin de la mujer panamea
en los recin pasados acontecimientos que culmi-
naron el 10 de Mayo. La nunca bien ponderada po-
sicin asumida por las mujeres de este pas revela
que entre nosotros ella ha adquirido ya una salu-
dable importancia en el desenvolvimiento de la Re-
pblica. Con ardor patritico y con profunda res-
ponsabilidad ciudadana la mujer tuvo, como nadie
puede negarlo, una acertada participacin cuan-
do Panam cruz hace pocos das por circunstan-
cias de serio peligro. Ello se debi, principalmente,
porque su actuacin estuvo en todo momento des-
ligada de la politiquera.
Frente a la opinin pblica la mujer tiene aho-
ra un puesto de indiscutible trascendencia. Se sa-
be que ya ella constituye una fuerza cvica capaz
de regular, en cierto modo, los desvos en que pue-
dan incurrir los polticos panameos. Es, pues, muy
oportuno que esa organizacin- de mujeres asuma
una posicin vigilante en lo que respecta a los
problemas fundamentalmente cvicos que confron-
ta la Repblica. Se necesita que haya una entidad
con respaldo de opinin pblica que est alerta,
desvinculada en lo absoluto de negocios de partidos
y de intereses burocrticos, con el fin de encau-
zar la vida nacional cuando sta se aparte de la
lnea lgica que le corresponde.
De los propsitos originalmente enunciados por
las organizadoras parece desprenderse claramen-
te que esta institucin no pretende intervenir en
cuestiones ms o menos superficiales sino que se
reserva el derecho, por decirlo as, de participar
en todo momento positiva tracendencia para
la Repblica, sin RTrnTr* de. cooperar con ningn
partido poltico.
Es muy conveniente que la Patria disponga
de una organizacin de tal naturaleza para que,
ajena de pasiones y de intereses personales, pue-
da contribuir en determinadas circunstancias a una
mejor orientacin para el pas. Ojal ello sea posi-
ble y que en el futuro corresponda a la mujer pa-
namea conjurar a tiempo peligros que de pros-
perar podran abocar a la Repblica a aconteci-
mientos y sacrificios dolorosos.
Valga esta oportunidad para reiterar la fe y
el respeto que se merecen nuestras mujeres por
haber aunado a sus mltiples virtudes personales
el prestigio de una actitud cvica sinceramente apre-
ciada por las fuerzas vivas de la Nacin.
LIBRERA menendez
(PRO CULTORA DEL ISTMO)

Calle B No. 38 (frente al Parque de los Bomberos)
La Casa de los CUADERNOS FORRADOS
ofrece:
Todos los libros de Textos Adoptados en las
escuelas de la Repblica.
Surtido completo en tiles escolares y artcu-
lo* d oficina.
VISTENOS Y SE CONVENCER
CONCURSO DE BECAS
Para la Escuela de Medicina
La Universidad de Panam anuncia que la Junta Admi-
nistrativa en su sesin del dia 18 de mayo dispuso abrir
a concurso 7 becas Dar la Escuela de Medicina, de acuerdo
con lo establecido en la Ley 7a. de 2 de enero de 1951.
Los Interesados pueden pasar por la Secretara de la
Universidad a recoger los formularios respectivos.
Se advierte que en este nuevo concurso pueden parti-
cipar los estudiantes casados.
Panam. 21 de mayo de 1951
ciJipos y transportes para segalr
-perando los campos petroleros
ana vez que los norteamerica-
nos hayan sido expulsados.
El apoyo sovitico a la ane-
xin de las islas por Irn ha si-
do ofrecido en momentos en que
el partido Tudeh de ese pis.
dirigido por los comunistas, y
los fanticos derechistas del
grupo mahometano Fedayl ha-
cen campaa por "la devolu-
cin" de las mismas a Irn y
por la expulsin de los nortea-
mericanos de ellas.
El diario izquierdistas de Te-
hern, "Intiqam", protesta pos
cuanto las islas y sus explota-
cin por empresas norteameii-
cunas no hayan sido menciona -
Imponente, dentro de la simplicidad de su diseo modernstico, es la nueva estacin "SER-
VICIO LUMAX" ubicada en la interseccin de Va Espaa y Va Porras en esta ciudad.
La nueva empresa que operar esta estacin se domina LUMAX S. A. Garanta de un
servicio eficiente v completo en el ramo de automviles, adems de un esmero y cuidado espe-
cial en lo que a lubricacin se refiere, es la presencia como administrador y gerente general de
don Luis Chandeck, conocido y dinmico hombre de negocios. .,.,, r ..
La inauguracin oficial del local se efectuar el Mircoles 23 de Abril a las s de n tame,
v el pblico automovilista queda especialmente invitado a admirar el completo equipo de servi-
cio v Us facilidades v ventajas que se ofrecen a la clientela. Los afamados, productos de calidad
marca "ESSO" y repuestos y accesorios "ATLAS" sern exclusivamente ofrecidos por .esta em-
PrM* SE OBSEQUIARA UN RECUERDO ESPECIALl A LOS 100 PRIMEROS CLIENTES QUE
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apoyar el reclamo de
las Islas Bahrein por Irn
i
Por O.
(N.
M.
A.
Marashian
N. A.)
EL CAIRO, Mayo 22 (EPS)
E! embajador sovitico en Te-
hern ha ofrecido al goblei.-.o
Iranio el apoyo de Rusia, si T-
an renueva su viejo recla.v.o
obre las islas Bahrein, en el
solio Prsico, segn Indican
fuentes rabes bien informadas
dr esta ciudad.
Las islas Bahrein se encuen-
tran muy prximas a la co>.a
ue Arabia, tienen una pooia-
cin rabe de unas noventa mil
personas y son gobernadas por
an jeque rabe, bajo una pc-
tectora nominal britnico-
Como las islas etuvleron ca-
jo el dominio persa hasta prin-
cipios de este siglo, Irn no ha
abandonado nunca su reclamo,
considerando que son realmen-
te territorio persa.
La .oferta sovitica acompaf a
una 'sugestin" >en el sentido de
c,ue el gobierno Iranio debe ?>-
nor fin a la concesin petrolera
otorgada a firmas norteameri-
canas en dichas islas, proce-
diendo a nacionalizar los yaci-
mientos, como lo ha hecho en el
propio Irn. Los rusos han ofre-
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MARTES. MATO tt. 1951
Iff. f AN AMA AMERICA DIARIO INOEPENDIENTB
pacota -ran
GACETILLAS
Universitarias
Por fe. p.
Montgomery elogia el progreso
alcanzado por las defensas de
Europa al mando de Eisenhower
Aver se Iniciaron las labores de
la Universidad de Panam con
visible entusiasmo de parte del
estudiantado. Este ao la Uni-
versidad debe sobrepasar las ci-
fras de alumnos sinscritos, ya
que que cada ao es mayor la
cantidad de estudiantes que asis-
ten a nutrirse de las diferentes
disciplinas que all se Imparten.
La Universidad nuestra va ad-
quiriendo ya un prestigio entre
las mejores universidades del
mundo. Sus profesores escogidos
bajo las ms estrictas condiieo-
nes, imparten sus conocimientos
en una forma metdica. Para
nosotros es motivo de compla-
cencia notar el grado de avan-
ce en nuestros estudios superio-
res.
Con la Inauguracin de la Es-
cuela de Medicina se han com-
pletado todos los estudios. Den-
tro de poco, se nos ha Informa-
do, tendremos tambin un curso
de veterinaria, dentisteria y o-
tras ramas afines a la medicina.
Tambin sern inaugurados o-
tros cursos, lo cual sin lugar a
dudas colocaron a la Universidad
de Panam dentro de las ms a-
creditadas de la Amrica.
Ahora mismo, reciben ense-
anzas muchos estudiantes ex-
tranjeros, que, conociendo el pro-
grama cultural nuestro, no han
vacilado en venir a Panam a
iniciar sus estudios superiores.
Esto indica que se conoce en el
extranjero nuestra Universidad.
Es nuestra opinin que si la Rec-
tora se interesa, como siempre
lo ha demostrado, en publicar un
boletn mensual de todas las ac-
tividades que all se desarrollan,
podemos augurar un futuro muy
halageo. Estos boletines repar-
tidos por todos los pases de
nuestro Continente, seran un
medie de propaganda para que
se conozca muy de cerca la labor
uqe aqui se desarrolla. Tiene la
palabra el doctor Octavio Mn-
dez Pereira.
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m uatadaa pudiaran dan* oaaata aquiara
4* lo qua I FBRKI7.AN harta para uaiadaa,
ao continuaran auTnando laairiaariamaala
Sis la manor vacilacin acudira* a la fumar*
y diran: Y* qniaro un fraaoo da KKRKI/.AN.
Y comaoiarian *a SfUtda a aacudir saa da-
mato aarrioaa qua nata conaumiodolaa
(anta paro InCTOcathinanl .
W. KERR1/.AN aa ms qua na tnico, as na
madicaiMOIo restaurativo, nutra loa Barrios,
TiforUa la sanara y loa tajidoa lodo en una
pisas, y por aso a* qua as obtienen Ui extra-
ordinarios raaultad.s as casos da ananaai
nnlsm iiiiilinli da la sangra, dsbilldsd. in-
aomruo. dabilidad carebral y trsatornoa da
loa narrias.
01.ler.rrsn noy .* *' *
FY.RM7.kH an la fss assets da m localidad y
aaatCaalo a pruaba.
do por el rea del mando del
Norte del Atlntico, durante el
cual visit Italia, Escandlnavla,
asi como > su tierra natal. K
Gran Bretaa, el mariscal de
campo vizconde Montgomery
sac tiempo para expresar, su
aprobacin del progreso que se
est logrando en las organiza-
ciones de las defensas de la
Europa occidental.
"Ciertamente, eoy satisfe-
cho con el progreso que esta-
mos haciendo bajo !a direc-
cin del general Dwlgtlt D. El-
senhower", dijo Montgomery en
una entrevista concedida a la
N.A.N.A. "Estamos trabajandj
Juntos para montar un espec-
tculo de primer orden. No
tenemos socios que se muestren
renuente. Todo el mundo est
ansioso por cumplir con la ta-
rea asignada y se muestra ac-
!tlv0"-
i Sentado en la sala de su
apartamiento-despacho, en el
segundo piso del hotel "As-1
torla" en esta ciudad. Montgo-
mery rehus predecir cundo
se sentiria seguro de las defen-
sas de la Europa Occidental
Record que se necesit un ao
completo antes de que se sin-
tiera satisfecho con el funcio-
namiento de la gente bajo su
mando en Fontalneableau, y se-
al que Elsenhower tiene la
muy difcil tarea de organizar
las defensas de las doce na-
ciones signatarias del Pacto.
Al pedrsele que hiciera al-
gn comentarlo sobre las rep-
elentes crticas de las tropas
francesas en Indochina, que ha-
blan salido a colacin en las
vistas celebradas sobre el ca-
so MacArthur en el Senado de
los Estados Unidos. Montgomery
dijo: "El soldado francs es tan
buen combatiente como cual-
quier otro soldado en el mun-
do. Me refiero a los muchachos
del ejrcito nacional: los qu?
estn en Indochina y los que
tuve a mis rdenes en Fon-
tainebleau. El soldado del ejr-
cito francs es absolutamente
tan bueno como cualquier otro
en la actualidad".
El lugarteniente del 'efe sti-
SEGUNDO PISO
/NENH>\
Est desempacando
Tinacos con tapa de
pedal para cocina .... 7.50
Termos grandes' en
forma de botella .... 2.80
Cajlta de metal para,,
Lunch "Hopalong
Cassidy" ............. 3.85
Barrilltos cromados
para servir licor,
con llave .............10.75
i Bandeja de caucho
para el fregador...... 4,85
Colador de caucho para
el fregador........... 1.80
1 Tapn de caucho para
el fregador .......... 0.25
Tapetes de caucho para
la mesa .............. 0.40
PARA TILES
DE
OFICINA
VISITE
Servicio de Lewis
Avenida Tvoli No. 4
preino mostr entusiasmo por
su reciente visita a Italia. "M
encant lo que los italianos es-
tn haciendo", dijo. "Verdade-
ramente, estn tratando de ser
dignos compaeros y el estuer-
zo que estn llevando a cato
es muy alentador. Los1 Italianos
estn haciendo todo lo que est
a su alcance".
Pensando en la llegada del
contingente canadiense a Eu-
ropa, Montgomery expres su
opinin de que el reciente cam-
bio, llevado a cabo por el ejr-
cito de Canad, de equipo bri-
tnico por norteamericano. In-
dicaba que los canadienses ser-
viran en un sector ocupado por
tropas de los Estados Unidos
"El jefe supremo tiene iue de-
cidir dndo ha de destacarse
a cada unidad que llegue* d--
Jo. "Pero me Imagino que si
se las equipa con municiones
armas norteamericanas, irn
adonde puedan tener a mano
las existencias que hay en el
sector norteamericano" Y agre-
g como recordando: ""Loa ca-
nadienses son ciertamente sol-
dados magnficos, maravillosos
para las tareas ms pesadas".
Vasija de caucho para
la comida de los perros 1.00
Limpiador de platos y
ollas caucho con
mango............... 0.40
Cestos forrados en
caucho para escurrir
platos ......... 1.85 a 5.85
Cubierta de caucho para
colocar encima de la
estufa, 3 tamaos
1.45, 2.15, 3.50
Alfombras de caucho
para el bao .... 2.50 y 2.75
Cubiertos plsticos,
cucharltas, cucharas
sopa, cuchara t,
helados, tenedores,
cuchillos, cuchillos
postre, tenedores postre.
Sillas mecedoras de
metal para porch y
jardn ...........1350
' Sotas mecedores de
metal para porch y
jardn ...............48.50
COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5' AVENIDA
ABIERTO DE S a 12:3* y de 2 a S.
Conozca los
hermosos pases de la
COSTA 0ES1E
volando por la
RUTA PANORMICA!
* rooo
Slo PANAGRA Pu.d. efrcrl
tanto* y tan magnificas tarvicios.
Tdoi los Jot, lo* aclocas DC d El Iatar
Americano vuelan Lima y Bueno Aires, acia
veces por semana a Santiafo y trea a Guayaquil.
(Ei ti servicio areo ms lujoso catre Be. Aa. y
EE. UU.)
2 vaca! par tamaa: "El Especial"-ClaseT>
riata por la misma ruta de El nter Americano
y coa rebajas de hasta un IS % aa los pasa jas.
6 vacos por (amana: Rpidos y cmodo
DC-3 vuelan a Cali, Quito, Guayaquil y Lima.
Conexiones convenientes coa servicio al iats-
rtor de Ecuador y Bolivia.

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CITACIN AL COMERCIO
Se cita por este medio a todos los comercian-
tes detallistas en general, a una reunin que se
llevar a cabo con la presencia del Sr. Don David
Samudio, Ministro de Agricultura y Comercio,
hoy Mayo 22 de 1951 a las 6:30 p.m. en el Jardn
Balboa. Se encarece puntual asistencia ya que
se trataran asuntos de vital importancia.
EL SR. ROBERT J. UPDIKE
Ganador
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del
trn -
Primer Premio

LUCKY STRIKE
de
B. 7.500.00 en efectivo
SEA FELIZ Y TENGA SUERTE COM LUCKY STRIKE
l En la fotografa vemos al Sr. Robert J. Updike, en
compaa de su esposa, Sra. de Updike, recibiendo
el cheque por valor de B 7,500.00, que le
el seor George D. Hakibbin, Sub-Gerenle de la
North American Tobacco Producs Inc.
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PAGINA CUATKO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENT
MARTES, MATO t, 1911
--------------------
Fueron atendidos 5,061 pacientes en Herrera
Loe dentistas realizaron ms
irte 3.200 extracciones y
350 exmenes
! Hemos recibido e lslguiente co-
tiunicado para su publicacin-
' Despus de 34 das de trabajo
friinterrumpido, corriendo los
tampos y pueblos de la Provin-
cia de Herrera, haciendo asisten-
Ola mdica y dental, investiga-
tion, labor educativa, y concien-
cia interiorana, la Jira Medico-
Asistencial .termin en Chitr su
duodcima etapa. Por sobre to-
jos los obstculos, venciendo la
indiferencia, la resistencia, y a
eces las tendenciosas lnterpre-
iciones, hemos cumplido, am-
Smpliamente, la misin que nos
acomend las Federaciones de
is Sociedades Santeas y Herre-
inas.
Al concluir nuestras labores en
la capital herrerana, asistiendo
a ochocientas cuarenta y siete
personas, llega a cinco mil seis-
cientas una, el total general de
pacientes vistos en la Provincia:
Jtres mil doscientos cincuenta y
neo los focos dentarios elimi-
nados; a trescientos cincuenta
lbs jefes de familia estudiados; a
trescientos cincuenta las lminas
de sangre tomadas para investi-
gar paludismo, consus respectivos
ndices esplnico y hemoglobinl-
co.
i Hemos distribuido centenares
de afiches, millares de folletos.
y volantes, sobre la importancia
de sangre
de una Duea alimentacin, la
necesidad de los cuidados ma-
terno-infantlles, la profilaxia de
las endemias reinantes y de las
enfermedades venreas. Hemos
pronunciado ms de 30 charlas
sobre temas sanitarlps y el ori-
gen, tctica, y finalidad del Mo-
vimiento Interioranista. Hemos
aprovechado el contacto directo
con miles de personas para acon-
sejarlas en forma breve y senci-
lla. En cada localidad visitada,
asesorados por personas entera-
das y responsables, nos hemos In-
formado ampliamente de sus
problemas mas Importantes, des-
de el punto de vista asistencl.il,
sanitario, educativo, econmico,
social, etc.
En Chitr tuvimos la .colabora-
cin mdica de los doctorea Gui-
llermo Rojas Sucre, Jos Manuel
Reverte, Alberto Espinosa, y la
doctora Ella Franco. En la asis-
tencia dentral trabajaron los
doctores Victor Aparicio Rivera y
Camilo Gonzlez Adems, las
enfermeras de las Unidades Sa-
nitarias de Chitr y Pes, pres-
taron Indispensables y oportunos
servicios. Tuvimos tambin la
ferviente ayuda de otras perso-
nas, entre las cuales recordamos
a los seores Max Mrquez, Eze-
quiel Rodrguez. Evelio Carrizo,
Blas E. Rodrguez, Elseo Cede-
HONDURA! HUMANIDAD! DRAMA!
En una pelcula de inigualable fuerza emotiva!
mtmn
f W
EVES
El preclaro intrprete, de "Su Mejor Alumno"
ENRIQUE MUIO
Su nueva y estupenda creacin cinematogrfica
DE HOMBRE A HOMBRE
con TITO ALONSO NORMA GIMNEZ
DESDE EL JUEVES
EL
PRESTbHTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADA
PRESENTA COMO JUSTO HOMENAJE A LA
MUJER PANAMEA
Que como la herona de esta gran pelcula fue nervio
y accin decisiva en la gesta gloriosa de
ir Pueblo Panameo por afianzar los Prin-
cipios de la Legalidad!. .
AURORA BAUTISTA
FERNANDO REY VIRGILIO TEXEIRA ,
MANUEL LUNA, en
- CRUCIGRAMA -
La restitucin de los empleados
del ferrocarril de Chiriqu ha
causado gran complacencia.
DAVID, Mayo tt. (Corresponsal). Adoptando Ifual
frmula que la empleada por el Ministro Galindo de rlnte-
frar en sus cantos ft viejos y eficientes empleados del De-
partamento de Sanidad, el Ministro Navarro de Obras Pu-
blicas dispuso encarnar a los seores Eudoro Jan, Horacio
Kos, Isaac Osorio y otros empleados de los puestos de donde
fueron desalojados por administraciones anteriores, en el
Ferrocarril Nacional de Chirisui. La medida empleada es
signo del espirito de iustjcia y de responsabilidad que pa-
rece revisten los actos de la presente Administracin._______
AGUSTINA DE ARAGN
o B., Luis A. Cedeo, Csar P-
nula, Juan E. Corro, y Juan A.
Mediano; las seoras Ernestina
de Batuta, Daina de Corro, Car-
men de Ortega, Alicia de More-
no, y Olga de Vega; las seori-
tas Nelfa Rodrguez, Silvia Ba-
rragn, Ada H. Pimentel, Lidia
J. Pinilla, Yolanda E. Arboleda.
Heliodora Prez, Aura Ducreaux,
Dbora E. Garca, Cecilia Rodr-
guez, Amrica Cedeo, Dllsa R.
Saavedra, Cecilia Gonzlez, Ni-
dia Sols, Berta A. Arjona, Nidia
Prez, Edith A. Salamin, y No-
lis Salamin.
Medicamentos distribuidos
en Chitr
Antipaldicos: Quinientos dos
comprimidos de Araln de 0,10
gramos. Seis ampollas de Ara-
ln de 0,15 gramos.
Antparasltarlos i n testlnales:
Seiscientas noventa y nueve per-
las de hexylresorcino de 0,20 gra-
mos o sea tratamiento para 150
personas. Trescientos treinta tra-
tamientos de quenopodio para
niog. Cinco ampollas de emetl-
na de 0,06 gramos y doscientos
noventa y seis comprimidos de
Wintodn.
Antlanmicos: Cuatro mil cien-
to noventa pastillas de sulfato
ferroso simple de 0,325 gramos y
nueve mil doscientas pastillas de
sulfato ferroso con complejo "B"
de 0,325 gramos.
Antibiticos: Ciento cuatro am-
pollas de penicilina procaina de
400,000 unidades.
Vitamnicos: Mil novecientos
noventa wla comprimidos de
tlamlna de 10 miligramos, cinco
mil ochocientas noventa perlas
de complejo "B", mil sesenta y
ocho comprimidos de cido as-
crbico de 50 miligramos, y mil
sesenta y cinco perlas de vitami-
na "A" de 25,000 unidades.
Sulfamidas: Quinientos d o c e
comprimidos de 0,50 gramos, en-
tre trisulfamldas, sulfadlazlna y
sulfaxucldlna.
Patentados y frmulas magis-
trales: Cuatrocientas siete uni-
dades.
Otras inyecciones: Sesenta y
hueve.
Jira Mdico-Asistencial.
Chitr, mayo 20 de 1W1.
El Profesor Aponte
eleva protesta por
unos cargos
El Profesor Ral Aponte lia
trado para su publicacin la
siguiente declaracin.
Protesto enrgicamente por
haberse incluido mi nombre t
una lista de profesores, acusa-
das de traidores a la Educacin
y a la Democracia, publicada en
LA HORA el 21 del presente
mes.
Siempre he servido y sigo au
viendo los mejores intereses de
la Educacin.
Espero que las autoridades
correspondientes realicen las
investigaciones respectivas por-
que la certeza de que saldr 1!*
be de culpa y de responsabili-
dad".
Anticipndole mi ms sentido
agradecimiento,
Ral F. Aponte
Sigue la jira mdica
en Arraijn hoy
Maana continuar en la
provincia de Panam la Jira
Mdico Asistenclal de las '.-
deraciones de Sociedades San-
teas y Herreranas. Trabajaii;
curante tres das en el dlsUt-
Miles de cartas intrigantes
envan desde el interior a
funcionarios de la capital
"Eco del Valle" denuncia pblicamente la invete-
rada costumbre de indisponer
desvanezca
laGord
uro
Eczema, Picazn
Desaparecen ten un
Fcil Mtodo
De acuerdo con Informes reci-
bidos de Panam los cuales nos
han suministrado personas se-
rlas y ecunimes, los altos fun-
cionarlas del Gobierno actual y
los dirigentes de los principales
grupos polticos se sienten
abochornados por las incesantes
intrigas de elementos del inte-
rior que por medio de cartas y
personalmente se dedican a in-
disponer los numerosos candi-
datos que surgen para los dife-
rentes cargos en la adminis-
tracin pblica.
Esas personas han recogido la
querella de varios altos funcio-
narlos de que mientras que las
recomendaciones son escasas,
hay una lluvia constante de ma-
los informes y chismes contra
todo candidato, cosa que hace
muy difcil la escogencla de
buenos elementos para los pues-
tos.
Esa labor msimosa y repug-
nante es mucho mayor entre
io de Arraijn, con la colabora-
cin de las Federaciones Agrip-
las de Panam, Coln y Coci.
Cumple asi nuestro Director, Ur
francisco Samanlego, su espon-
tneo ofrecimiento hecho e a-
o pasado a los campesinos de
Vista Alegre, cuando uve la
oportunidad de visitarlos, aten-
diendo corts invitacin del se-
or Toms Dionisio Aras, Pre-
siliente de las Federaciones A-
grcolas citadas.
En Arraijn seguiremos la
misma tctica ya realizada on
las provincias de Los Santos y
Herrera- Haremos asistencia
mdica y dental. Investigado.},
labor educativa, y condenla
interiorana. Esto sgnlflca que
levaremos a las orillas mismas
acl Canal, el esfuerzo y la m-
tica del hombre santeo y he-
r.erano, del hombre interiorano
Jira Mdico Asistencia 1
Panam, 22 de Mayo de 19S1.
los elementos polticos que en
algunos casos llegan hasta tejer
impedir determinados nombra-
mientos.
Y lo ms vergonzoso de todo
es que se atribuye a nuestra
provincia la mayor parte de tan
odiosa prctica y algunos fun-
cionarlos se han expresado en
tono despectivo al referirse &
nuestros comprovincianos califi-
cando a Chirlqui como, la pro-
vincia quisquillosa por excelen-
cia.
"Ecos del Valle" desea con-
denar enrgicamente esa prcti-
ca y oportuno es hacer recuer-
do que en otras ocasiones de
cambios de gobiernos otros altos
funcionarios han expresado que-
jas similares.
Debemos despojarnos de esas
reprobables costumbres y tratar
de elevamos por encima de los
odios y chismes comadreros para
hacernos acreedores a mas hon-
rosos calificativos, y mantener-
nos a tono con los buenos y pa-
triticos propsitos de un go-
bernante que anhela un amblen
te de sincera concordia para
resolver los problemas de la pa-
tria
Es necesario hacer una barre-
ra contra los eternos intrigantes
y colocarnos en un plan de se-
riedad completa para proporcio-
nar las mejores escogencias y
rodear a los nuevos funciona-
rios de un ambiente de patri-
tica conciliacin para respal-
darles en sus buenas labores y
evitarles caer en los errores que
tanto disgustos han causado a
la comunidad.
Para recomendar a un mejor
elemento uara un cargo, no es
necesario desacreditar a los
otros candidatos ni acudir a la
intriga y al bochinche. Eso de-
nuncia una enorme falta de
mritos propios y una baejra
inconcebible. Hagamos patria
con dignidad y decoro, compro-
vincianos!!
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HORIZONTALES:
1Del verbo poner.
4Rama de rbol.
8nsares.
12Organizacin Liberal Obre-
ra, Inlc.
13Regln fabulosa.
14Caballo de cierta estatura.
15Famoso torero espaol
desaparecido.
17Metal que atrae otros
metales.
18Arrasa, destruye.
10Aceituna.
21Demostrativo.
23Poco corrientes.
28Querer con amor.
29Vanidosa.
32La primera mujer segn
la Biblia.
33Extrae.
34Letra griega.
35Lago salado del Asta.
36Del verbo liar.
37Demostrativo, PL
38Objeto.
39Conocer.
41Del verbo amar.
43Flor blanca.
46Implemento de labranza.
50Del verbo ceder.
52Engarzar los botones en los
ojales.
54Ala sin plumas.
55Un poco.
58Nombre de mujer.
57Indica menoscabo.
58Abundante.
59Nota musical.

VERTICALES:
1Manzana.
2Ondulaciones de las aguas.
3Noveno.
4Nombre de varn.
5Letra castellana.
6Silbato.
7Ciudad de Rusia. '
8Figura arquitectnica.
9Sirviente de restaurantes.
10Adverbio de lugar.
11Baile tipleo cubano.
16Del verbo oler.
20Clera.
22Animales con plumas.
24Algas filamentosas.
25Recibidor en una casa.
26Ciudad de Italia.
27Arma antigua de guerra.
28Terminados.
30Amarro.
31Aparato de pesca. k
32Aleacin de hierro y carbono*
37Letra castellana.
40Nombre de mujer.
42Gradacin de cada uno de
los colores.
44Resina asitica.
45Marchabas.
47Medida antigua de longitud,
Pl.
48Del verbo dar.
49Dicho de palabra.
50Oxido de calcio.
51Letra castellana.
53Se atreve.
SIMM ION OE AYE*
lTJlI'3l'.1 UIJ'-IlIIM
.J'lil i'iaf.J rlIJf-lrl'l
H3U L1L1 laauun taimu-r-iro
P13HC1F15J intiLiPin
aun Ljidttjjfj mata
11! II .-JULIiU MI-1FJ
SI la tortura arruln : I flura
nace que tenaa dlfleultad para reeplrar
y pone au eaiud en pelliTO, encontrar*
que ai fcil perder roadlo> klle por
da con elFraevo mtodo da Hollywood
llamado FORMODH. Nada de dieta
draattea o ejercicio. Abaolutamente
an pollero. Pida FORUODB en
farmacia favorita y place a adeJ?
aaar maflaaa
Ua medielaaa oraw. .
San" ^vYo^nlcameM^mom^Uaj.
porque no matan ^^T-2. ,1 nuevo
oil" r1m,,n"n,Ste 1ermenee
de.cubrlml.nlo mata loe, ^ p\#,
.cubrimiento, "i --J-
pocoe mlnutoe y J** ,-*l.
clarT -uav. JtoVB5e& iu
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a" SaaSSlV*. ft
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Warren DOUGLAS, en
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CORREOS"
^S
MAANA
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escrito con la fuerza de
una bala I
"PERJUICIO"
I?, Tarnished
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MARTES, MATO 22, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAINA CINCO
JUEVES EN EL JUEVES
CENTRAL
lAce I "I*
VIVO!
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
HOT MARTES
P.M.
3:3* El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero (9o.)
4:15 Selecciones Italianas
4:30 Peticiones
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
(Nacho VaWsi
8:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:46 Msica variada
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
7:15Mi Marido. Dramatixacin
por Cigarrillos Camel .
7:30 El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzacln
7:45 Por loa Senderos de la
Historia
8:00 Ritmos populares con Orq.
8:30 Selecciones de Mxico
8:46 Melodas brasileas
9:00 Msica variada
9:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Variedad musical
. 11:00 Msica sin palabras
11:30 Cancionero nocturnal
112:00 Buenas noches
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
MAANA
UN SOLO DA! GRAN PRESENTACIN!
XITO PERSONAL DEL GRAN ACTOR
Carlos Lpez
Moctezuma
y su Cuadro de Variedades
EUGENIA DE LIARCO
La Reina de la Caneln
ALBERTO CTALA
Actor Cmico
EXTRA! Adems EXTRA!
POR PRIMERA VEZ A PRECIOS POPULARES!
Semana Cvica"
LOS ACONTECIMIENTOS HEROICOS VIVIDOS POR EL
PUEBLO DEL 7 AL 10 DE MAYO EN
DEFENSA DE LA LEGALIDAD
ADEMAS: GRAN DOBLE PROGRAMA .
Mara Flix y
Carlos Lpez Moctezuma en
MACLVIA
, Marga Lpez y
Abel Salazar en
LA PANCHITA
JUEVES
La ms divertida y alegre pelcula de
todos loa tiempos!
6 CANCIONES
POPULARES
4 MAMB0S
DE MODA
Roberto Romana
Las Dolly Sitters
Prez Prado y
tu Orquesta
Osear
Pulido
Martha
Roth
Adornas ti drama da fuertes emociones
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
ALICIA CARO en
BODAS DE FUEGO
desayuno
Tierra
MAANA MIRCOLES ,
6:00 Buenos dias
8:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero de la maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el
7:00 Sabores de mi
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
8:46 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero (30.)
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 intrpretes
de la msica
12:00 Msica variada
12:15 Noticiero (4o.)
12:30 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Por Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Msica variada
1:30 Acordes porteos
,1:45 Estampas mexicanas
2:00 Noticias
Para postrt rtlompagoi...
use los PUDINES JEU-0
de TAPIOCA
Son riqusimos! Al de Vainilla agregele
cubitos de pltano, al de Naranja-Coco,
pedacitos de naranja eacurridoa, y al de
Chocolate, nueces picadas.
>* HMi msaaifUs. PaalnM Jall-O Toalaca y pn.UU. hy^"i'iwal
PRESIDIRTE
HOY
N SOLO
DA!
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
EXTRA!
POR ULTIMA VEZ!
El Noticiero de los aconteci-
mientos de la lucha del pue-
blo panameo por mantener
la legalidad!
MAANA!
DA POPULAR!
350
UN DOBLE DE
MAGNITUD!
Blanquita Amaro, en
A LA HABANA
ME VOY

Resortes Bobby Cap
Avelino Muoz, en
ANACLETO SE
DIVORCIA '
ELDORADO
' HOY ULTIMO DA!
TIN-TAN
en
AY, AMOR, COMO
ME HAS PUESTO...
Ra Ud. tambin!
No se la pierda! Vala!
* | JUEVES | *
PARA QUE LA
CUA APRIETE
LILIA DEL VALLE
DOMINGO SOLER
Dogoberto Rodrguez
Aunque el no era un mu-
chacho las hacia suspirar a
todas... Pero la que l que-
ra le clav la cua en el
mismsimo corazn...
Es una pelcula especial para
enamoradores maduros y mu-
chachas casaderas. .
HOY y
MAANA
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
PARIS, Ciudad Luz... Ciudad
del Amor... La alegra.. En
donde en cada esquina acecha
el crimen y la traicin... M
cada beso cuesta una vida..
UNA GRAN PELCULA!
a CRIMEN ACECHA....
LA LEY ESTA CIEGA....
SLO EL AMOR VIGILA
J. AITHUt RANK
Jim - Oirk
JUEVES
Con un asesino y la Polica a
sus espaldas esta mujer busca
entre aventuras y peligros al
esposo que abandon... Para
confesarle su amor y salvarlo
de la muerte!
PODRA ILFGAR HASTA FL
Y SALVARLO7


mn Oennis
SHERIDAN O'KEEFE
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio electo
2:15 Peticiones
3:00 Selecciones de saln
3:15 Delicias tropicales
'.ea "El Avi-o Oport
huh
circos
PRESENTAN
TEATRO LUX =
Paris, ciudad donda el amor se torna en
pijadilla... y en cada esquina el cri-
ar men...
I Jean SIMMONS Dirk BOGARDE, ea
i "IDILIO EN PARIS"
^^^^JoMns^yhaFaJr)^^^^
CENTRAL
Drama donde Im-
peran Ut fuerte
emoclonesl...
Joan
FONTAINE
Joseph
COTTKN
en -
"SINFONA OTOAL"
Adems: B Balate- Compiti da
la ltima Jamada Cvica!
BELLA VISTA
PBE-E8TBCNO!
La historia der un genio
Musical de 10 Anos I
Las ms conmove-
doras emociones y
la ms bella msi-
ca reunidas en una
pelcula inolvida-
ble!
PRELUDIO".
TEATRO CECILIA ZZ
Grandioso drama pasional en colores
Amor... Odio...
"EL VALLE DE LA VENGANZA"
(Ea Colores)
con Burt LANCASTER Joanne DRU
Robert WAL
TEATRO TROPICAL
GRANDIOSA TUNCION
CINE-TEATRAL I
Presentacin de la* Autnticas
Creadoras del Mambo!
"LAS MULATAS DE
FUEGO"
ADEMAS
GLORIA HELM
(Cantante Internacional)
VILMA VALLE
(Vos Maravillosa de Cuba)
ALEXANDER y PABLO
LAS HNAS. CASTRO
___(PRECIOS POPULARESI)
TEATRO ENCANTO
'WAHOOt WAHOOl'
B.11S.M en premias a las
CM p m.
Donald O'Connor Jimmy
Durante, en
"LLEGO EL LECHERO"
Phyllis Calven Stewart
Granger, en
"MANDONA DE LAS
SIETE LUNAS"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Jack Carson Dennia Morgan
"SINFONA DKI. AMOR''
Adems
Jerome Cowan
"CE1ME.N SIN RASTRO"
TEATRO IRIS
Rosita Quintana, en
"NOVIA A LA MEDIDA"
Emilio Tuero, en
"EL CAMINO DE LOS
_____GATOS"
HISPANO
DA POPULAR!

"MERCADO NEGRO DR
NIOS"
"HAV OUE SER VIVOS"
"CRMENES FANTSTICOS"
oWr^VALKER
V ARIEDADES
Un apasionante drama da
violentas pasiones!
Pedro
ARMENDARIZ

Carlos Lopes
MOCTEZUMA
en
"ROSAURO CASTRO'
TEATRO CAPITOLIO^
NOCHE DE BANCO!
ZOO en efectivo para el
pblico a las S y t p.m.
Yvonne de Cario Richard
Greene, en
"El guila del Desierto"
Adems:
James Stewart, en
"WINCHESTER W
TEATROVICTORIA^
GRANDIOSO DOBLE!
Brian Donlvy, en
"TIERRA DE ESPERANZA"
Adems
Red Skelton. en
____
TEATRO EDISON
Gary Cooper, en
"ADIS A LAS ARMAS"
Ademas Humphrey Bogart. en
"EL TESORO DE LA TIERRA
.__________MADRE"____________.
VISTERMOSA
Soda Alvares, en
"LA HERMANA IMPURA"
Rita Macedo Fernando
Fernndez, en
DUELO EN LAS MONTASAS"
PACIFICO
Arturo de Crdoba
Mapy Corts, en
"EL CONDE DE
MONTECRISTO"
IDEAL
'CAPITN AMERICA'
(4-5)
"El Ultima Bandido"
"El Sendero de loa
Desterrados" _
APOLO
Victor M. Mendoza
en "Pasin Jarocha"
Adems:
Marga Lpez, en
"El Ultimo Chinaco"
HOY
y
MAANA
L
TEATRO------
ECILIA
UN ESPECTACULAR DRAMA
DEL OESTE.
en Technicolor!
DISTINTO. INTEN80 Y
MOVIDO 1
'EL VALLE DE LA
VENGANZA"
Dos hermanos frente a frente!
Una mujer ultrajada busca sil
venganza!... Furia desatada
mortalmente en este Film es-
tupendo!
M-f-M's blaring
drama of laudlag
brothan sad
woaua wroBftdl
DOBLE EXTRAORDINARIO!
Dos hermanos tan diferentes
como el agua y el aceite... El
uno bandido, el otro... Co-
rrecto en toda la extensin de
la palabra..
DESDE
JUEVES!
fflP0!.
LOUIS HAYWARi
LEE BOWMAN
. EN JANE WATT
Paguas que regresan*
(HOUSE BY THE RIVER)
-------- ADEMAS: --------.
Una rubia que es dinamita...
Una mujer tan cruel en el
amor como en el crimen...
ROBERT ROCKWELL
DOROTHY PATRIC
GERALD MOHR. en
fU NOVIA DEL CRIMEN'
(Blond Dynamite)______
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Hat ato y Efectivo
wmmmmmmmmmmtmmmm
"CRISIS"
La pelcula que encierra un drama parecido a lo
ocurrido en Panam.
i Un pueblo derroca al dictador
SE EXHIBE MAANA EN EL CENTRAL
SWEETHEARTS 0N
A TROriCAL TRIP
...wiiTt a madman
for a hoif!
CARY GRANT II
JOS FERRER II
m M-GM'i
PAULA RAYMOND
S!.'E UASSI RAMON NOVARRO
ILttll ROLAND IE AMES
HOY
7Qka^>&
ROY
Pkvt-CSTRENO!
3:00 4:20 5:50 7:25 9 p.m.
LA HISTORIA DE UN GENIO MUSICAL DE 10 AROS!
Una pelcula Imponderable, que une a su dramtico
asunto, las composiciones Inmortales de los Grandes
Maestros!
Su Madre...o la Fama?
Cruel dilema
para un
corazn
jnfantil! >*
r-WELUDE T0 FAME"1
Protagonizada por
GUY ROLFE KATHLEEN BYRON
KATHLEEN RYAN-JEREMY SPENSER
Produce por D0NAID B WILSON Dirigida por FERGUS McDONNtU
Una Pelcula TWO CITIES
Distribuida por UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL
JUEVES
UNA PAREJA COLOSAL; EN UNA SENSACIONAL
PRODUCCIN MUSICAL EN TECHNICOLOR!
P 1 PIP
HfroN
-INK MINO
la-BHi
BAILEMOS MI AMOR



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que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
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Cali* U Owlr M*. M
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Cali* "U" No t; r At*. Central 12-17* Culo
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturas v esrioltas
extra brillantes a prueba de moho.
B.3.2'3 galn. Almocenes Tropidu-
r.
SE VENCE: Rodio Consola RCA
Victor con tocadiscos de tres ve-
locidades. AGENCIAS DIAZ. C;
l!e 37 No. 6-A Tl. 3-1029.
SI VINDIN'.Clares, tubar* a*flra,
car* acanalado. Fls-Tei I cartn
aisladar aera calos rasas) masa-
ras, lavamanos, scuiodoi. ate.
las aricios mis bajos an plata.
A6INCIAS GLOBALES. Vio Eipa-
. Iltfando a Juan Franco. Tal.
3-1563._____________________
SE VENDE: Incubador* elctrico
re. 3-0255.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENDE:Mercadito Sonto Ana.
abarrotero, carnicera y refres-
quen*. Calle 14 Oeste No. 57.
Vendemos sacos usados de henequn.
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N..
S. A. Fbrica de Mosaicos, Ave.
Cubo No. 8.
Vendemos y cortomos vidrios de to-
dos tomnos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N.. S. A Fbrica de
Mcsoicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE VENDEN:Canarios importados,
' perritos lobos bien criados. Tel-
fono 2-1506 o 3-2933._________
Por tin nos lleg de nuevo Cemenjo
Plstico, pego de todo cqntra to-
do. CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fbrica de Mosaicos.
Ave. Cubo No. 8.
SE VENDE:Tinacos reglamentarios,
bebederos para pollos a buen pre-
cio. Hojalatera Colle Coln No.
46. prximo Cof Sitton.
SE VENDE:Suministro pora acua-
rio, pececitos y plontas. Via Es-
pao No. 1 I frente establos Juan
. Franco. Tel. 3-4132.
SE VENDE: Una cojo de msico
morca Wurliszer en perfectas con-
diciones. B.100. Lime al telfo-
no 2409, Ekilboa, despus d las
6 p. m.
SE VENDE: Bicicleta con"motor
maco Whizier. precio cmodo. Ca-
lle 22 Este bis cosa 3 cuarto 8
~~Sr ALQUILA
Locales
SE VENDE:Farmacia, medicinas,
perfumera, revistos, etc. todo
nuevo. Precio razonable. Informes
en Avenida Justo Arosemena No.
91.
SE VENDE:Contina "El Brillante"
por no poder atenderlo. Calle 19
Este Bis No. 1.
Adems de un PRECIO ATRACTIVO
brindamos FACILIDADES DE PA-
GO al comprador de la moderna,
cmoda y elegante residencio de 6
recmalas situada en AVENIDA
JUSTO AROSEMENA NO. 53. Po-
ro informes e inspeccin: Wolff y
Ca. Ltdo., Calle 5o., 22, Tal. 2-
2388.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDECamin de reparto mor-
ca Internotional, modelo 1947 en
buenas condiciones. Comuniqese
con la Braniff Airways, Avenido
Tivoli No. 18. o llame al telfono
2-2102 durante horas de oficina.
GANGA! Motivo voje vendo Ply-
mouth 49 y Kaiser 49, ambos en
perfectas condiciones. Tambin
concretero Kohering Dondie. Tel.
2-2064.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Averida Mxico final y calla 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de vioje.
Buick Super 1949 Dynaflow en
excelentes condiciones, de dos
puertas, con llantos blancos y cu-
bre asientos. Llame telfono 3-
1975 de 2 a 5 p. m.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Estante de caoba y es-
tufa "Magic Chef," 'casi nuevo.
Calle 34 No. 7.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaja.
Juego de salo topizado, luego de
comedor, dos juegos de recamara
y refrigeradora en excelentes con-
diciones. Llame telfono 3-1975
de 2 a 5 p. m.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE VENDE :_Pick-up Dodge 47. I
tonelada. En perfectas condiciones.
Pora informes casa No. 46, Moro
Eugenia, Chilibre.
SE ALQUILA:A persona responsa-
ble, apartamento amoblado, de
sala-comedor, recmaro, bao,
cocina, refrigeradora y telfono.
Edificio Nuevo Tivoli, Calla Ro-
chet 14, oportamento 3-B, entre
Avenida Tivoli y Calle Estudian-
te. Precio razonable. Verlo da 3
o 6.
SE ALQUILA: Moderno, fresco,
apartamento, dos recmaras, sala,
comedor, porch amplio, dos baos.
Va Espao 55 esquina subida Lo
Cresta.
SE ALQUILA:Un apartamento en
Ro Abajo, coso No. 2274. Srvase
llamar Tel. 2-3054.
SE VENDEN:Autobuses Chevrolet
de metal de diferentes tmanos y
en perfectas condiciones mecni-
cos. Facilidades de pogo. Garage
Vollorino. Rio Abajo. Tel. 3-3059.
SE NECESITA:Empleado paro ofi-
cios domsticos. Dirjase al Saln
de Belleza Meri. Calle Estudian-
te y Domingo Dioz.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro ser-
vicio domstico. Debe dormir en el
empleo. B. 12.00 quincenales. Ave.
B No, 61.
S ALQUILAN:Excluslvoment* po-
ra oticinos (ocoles cntricos *r> los
Itos d* Avenido Control 44 o
precio* mdico* Solicitor) infor-
mo c 6n er< Almaceno* 5 v IC con
tuvos.
Locles comerciles en Mariano Aro-
semeno v Super Mercaao Calido-
na; tambin en Rio Ablo.
6/ 12.C0 Dirigirse A. do Boutoud
Tei. 30338
SE A'.QUIUvLoccl pora oficino.
. frf'JS del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio local otras d*
e! Jardin Tropical. Muy buen pre-
c o. Ocurra a la carretero o ol
E. lar
SE ALQUILA:Local Comercial: -
difico moderno, frente Plaza San-
to Ana. Compaa F. Icaza, Ave-
nida B 79.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con refe-
rencia. v Tiene que dormir en el
empleo, dispuesta a ri al interior
cuando se desea. Cali* 45 cosa
26.
SE NECESITA: Empleada seria,
responsable, para trabojo general
de casa. Buen sueldo. Ocurra es-
quina calle 7a. y Ave. 5a. .Son
Francisco, o pregunte for Silvera.
Banco Nacional de Panam.
SI est interesado modo, vengo a lo AGENCIA NASH
y WILLYS.
Vario* modeloi y morcas diferentes
de los cualos ascoftr.
PAGO INICIAL BAJO
FACILIDADES DE FAGO
Antes de comprar vea lo qu* ofrece-'
is.
CIA. CYRNOS S. A.
Un* cuadro del cruce Tivoli
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE NECESITA:Empleada con expe-
riencia, paro barrer y trapear. 3
horas on mannos. Academia Mer-
cantil, oltos Formacia Preciado.
R:sia Apoya
r.iniigu consiKuiria una. sei'.i
--.nenaza para Iraq y loa cant-
os petroleros de Arabia. En r-
, a isla hay buenas bases arejs
'. navales, que forman parte de
\ cadena de comunicaciones
i Titnicas con el Lejano
^Oriente.
Se sabe tambin que ya se
l.n presentado mociones en el
rarlamento iranio para que el
tierno "acte rpidamente
rara impedir que sean lesiono-'
os los derechos de Irn en esas
! lea*. Sesenta y tres mlemb.os
i el parlamento han firmado u-
: solicitud en que se pide p.!
obierno que organice "una aa-
~ i'nistracln irania en Bahre.n
< jmo parte integrante del 'e-
.'torio nacional".
La presentacin del rccla.r.o
' anio sobre las islas enconua-
i ciertamente seria resiste; -
i .a de parte de los pases veu-
os. Iraq y Arabia Saudita, q le
consideran esas inslas como t<-
litorlo rabe, y que estiman
- je su ocupacin por un estaje
ostil seria una grave amenaza
:. su seguridad.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Calle 30
Este No. 1\, altos, atrs esquina
Justo Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que duer-
ma en casa para trabojos doms-
ticos. Ocurra calle Estudiante No.
77, apartomento 9.
SE NECESITA:Uno emoleoda paro
lovar v planchar. Avenida Fede-
rico Bcyd No. 29.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto sin comodi-
dades pora cocinor^ ni iovr. Calle
7a. No. K. Panpfri. ;
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida 4 de Julio No. 21. Infor-
mes ah mismo.
APARTAMENTOS: Cmodos, ven-
tilados, edificio moderno frente
Plazo Santa Ana. Compaa F.
Icozo Avenida B 79,
SE ALOUILA:Apartomento, sala,
comedor, recmara y garage. Coll*
~"46 No. 27. Infrmese lo mismo
cosa Apto. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Apartomento dos
cuartos, con luz. Solo paro ma-
trimonio, dos personas y buenas'
costumbres. Llamar Telfono 2-
5029.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
D vsnts n
LA BYZKAYNA
HABA UNA VEZ.Si, seores, aqu hubo una ve* una ciudad coreana, do la cual slo que
dan unas cuantas piedras despus qu las hordas comunista* arrasaron con eUa. Eso es lo aa<
los comunistas llaman "liberar" una ciudad.
SE ALQUILA: -?- Magnficos aparta-
mentos de dos recmaras en caso
de lujo, calle 2a. No. 13 Perry
Hill. Para verlos preguntar en los
apartamentos 3 y 4 de la casa;
para olquilor Va Espaa 36 apar-
tamento A, de 7 a 9 de la tarda
Mariano Ortega.
SE NECESITA
General
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en coso de
mampostera en calle 14 Oeste.
Informes: Ave. Central 59, A.
Ghitis.
SE ALQUILA
Canas
SE NECESITA:Cocinera complen-
te imprescindible que duerma en
casa. Avenida Primera, la Carras-
quilla, No. 55. Entrando por el
Teatro Edn en Vio Belsono Porras.
SE NECESITA: Empleado. Oficios
domsticos. Calle Estudiante No.
77. apartamento No. 10. altos.
SE NECfcSITA:Empteodo pora la-
var, planchar y limpieza de cosa.
Ocurra calle 41 No. 37, bajos.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ofi-
cios domsticos. Ave. 4 'de Julio
No. 61. Floristera Sonta F.
SE NECESITA:Carguera que en-
tienda el oficio para cuidar dos
niitas de 4 y 5 oos. Avenida
Manuel Ycaza 18. Campo Ale-
gre.
jE ALQUILA:Espacioso residencia,
completamente omoblada, en lote
de 1,600 metros alrededor de I.
t'00 metros do csped y |ordin. 3
recmaras con dos baos. 2 ha-
bitaciones paro, l servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocina
grande. desoyuador, vestbulo;
comedor, sola, oficina; gorege y
des terrazas, situodo entre Paitilla
v el Club de Golf, Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o mis tiempo y es-
tera listo ol lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
SE NECESITADependiente que ha-
ble espaol e ingls con buenos
referencia?. Casa Fnix. Avenido
Central 155.
SE NECESITA:Muchocha experto
paro trabajo de refresquerio. Acu-
da "La Corona" Via Espaa 45.
SE NECESITA:Estengrofa en In-
gls y Espaol, con experiencia.
Escriba dando edad, experiencia,
etc. Envi fotografa pequea.
Aportado 155. Panom.
Tenemos I surtido ms
grande y ms fino de Mol-
duras de Metal para el
NEVAMAR para uso sobre
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
des y NACTOR para el
frente de las tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
SE NECESITA:Empleada honrada
que sepa de cocina, haga oficios
en general de la caso. Referen-
cias, dormir. Calle 46 No. 19,
Apto. 5
SE NECESITA:Empleada seria y
responsoble, moyor de edad. Como
ama de llove que sepa disponer,
ponomea o extranjera. Ave. Jus-
to Arosemena No. 4.
Estufas Perfection
Tenemos un surtido com-
pleto de las inigualables
estufas Perfection"
Obtenibles en Club, desde
B/1.54.
Siempre tambin tenemos
un amplio surtido de partes
de repuestos para estufas
JBRFECTION. tales como
mechas, cuellos, chimeneas,
ticas, quemadores, porta-
mecheros, etc.
81 con kerosin tiene que cocl-
ar. una "Perfection"
debe usar.
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
l Central 223. Cal'donia.
Tel. 2-1081
/HABANA
PII Sisan** IL CIIll i S>N l*lLO
ayude
W cuerp
J
Levantadas de Noche!
a sus Rones
cuerpo humano m deahac 4*1
Tc*>ao d Acid- y deaperdlcloi vt.n-
T-,i."o d* la sanara, por* madlo da loa
r ,v millonea da dfmlnutog tuboa o
i trio da loa rlftnnea. SI aatoa venenos
da los riftonea o la vajlga, lo hacan
aufrlr con levantadas nocturna*, ner-
viosidad, dolorea da piernas, ojeras,
lumbago, dolorea da U# coyuntura,
'-Mrx O ardor an loa conducto, da-
b'do a la necesidad da estimulan!
diurtico, prueba Cyatex.
Ueahacaae del Acido Arico v loa)
venenos con la receta m*dlca llamad
Cystax. qua es un diurtico astlmu-
lanta da loa rlflonea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional da la vejiga r
vfaa ni tus ins an estado da acldei.
Cystax aatlsfaceri a uatad completa-
manta y acra la medicina que uat*d
aecaalta. Pida Cyatex hoy misma
*aT^ ^ ^-----en *'i far-
..cystex ;**
Grupo de damas
grupo de damas panameas que
habia sentado las bases de una
compactacln cvica que con el
nomDre de Unin de Mujeres
Istmeas se propone encauzar
la opinion pblica femenina del
istmo.
He aqu las bases para la for-
macin de una Unin Cvica Fe-
menina:
La "Unin de Mujeres Ist-
meas" tUMI) es una concen-
tracin democrtica de muje-
res del Istmo, sin distingos de
ninguna clase por razones de
raza, condicin econmica, po-
sicin social, credo politico o re-
ligioso, organizada para actuar
como union cvica en la vida
pblica nacional, conforme a
los siguientes bases:
1Velar porque sea mante-
nido el imperio de la Constitu-
cin de 1946 y porque dicho do-
cumento sea respetado y cum-
pudo en todas sus partes.
I 2Orientar por los cauces de
la decencia, la responsabilidad
cvica y la dignidad nacional,
ia opinin de la mujer pana-
mea, en los asuntos que con-
ciernen a la vida pblica na-
cional, a fin de que dicha opi-
nin pese en todo momento en
el rumbo que se debe dar a los
destinos de la Patria.
3Sevlr de fuerza concilia-
dora cundo las diferencias de
partido amenacen con alterar
la concordia y la estabilidad de
la familia panamea, y para
que los sufragios nacionales
sean unos verdaderos torneos
cvicos, en donde todo inters
est supeditado al inters na-
cional.
4Velar constantemente por-
que las actuaciones de los par-
tidos polticos existentes, o que
se formen en el futuro, se ajus-
ten a una poltica de restau-
racin y de servllco a los inte-
reses de la patria, ejerciendo
presin, si es necesario, sobre
los directorios de los partidos
que se aparten de dicha pauta.
SIniciar una campaa de
capacitacin de la mujer para
el ejercicio del voto consciente.
i.
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 v 30 de edad que hab* Ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rio Sueldo y comisin B. 1 50.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazor Americano, Central
No. 25. Ponami.
SE NECESITAN Agentes vende-
dores, hombres y mujeres, trebojo
bien remunerado, y de porvenir. "El
guila Imperiol" Compaa de
Seguros de Vida, S. A. Ave. Cen-
trol No. 39, Oficinos 403 v 404.
Solamente-de 8 o.m. a 9 a.m.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. I. B.
Seor Rector: la Universidad
necesita un instructor deportivo
con urgencia.
Estudiante universitario: La
unin hace la fuerza. Inscribe-
te en la Asociacin Deportiva
Universitaria. Acude a la se-
sin del Jueves 24 al aula 210
del Edificio de Humanidades.
(Continuacin)
Algunos de estos profesores,
que se han dado cuenta de la
gran importancia que tiene el
separar la parte tcnica de las
prcticas y de las deportivas
ya que sienten tambin un
amoramor por la Universidad o
lo que a la Universidad se re-
fiere, nos han comunicado qin
se han ofrecido para encargar-
se de las clases deportivas y
que han tratado de ayudar
tambin por medio le sugestio-
nes, pero que no se explican
qu es lo que sucede con la
Universidad. A "estas alturas la
Universidad debera estar ms
adelantada en cuento u lo de-
portivo se refiere. Tambin nos
han informado algunos otros
profesores que ya hablan tra-
tado de cooperar con la Uni-
versidad, pero que se le querin
te para trabajar como quera
solamente como simple ayudan-
el otro profesor. Segn nuestro
humilde modo de ver las cosac,
nos parece que nadie debe tra-
bajar por el amor al arte, que
si debe nombrarse un colabora-
rece tambin como que hubie-
dor porque se necesita, l'os pa-
ra un poco de anarqua en es-
tas cuestiones de parte de las
autoridades administrativas, si
fe quiere, porque hemos nota-
do, como dijimos ltimamente,
el grandsimo error de permitir
sacar unas materias de un plan
pre-establecldo para darlas en
un curso de verano, obligato-
riamente desde luego, para los
alumnos nuevos. No nay nada
ms absurdo que este paso da-
do porque esas mismas mate-
rias se daban con toda far'H-
dad. Tambin hemos podido en-
iHAQU.NAS DE CAR-
PINTERA
(Sierras circulares y
sin fin. Cepilladoras,
Lijadoras, Taladros).
TORNOS MECNICOS
de 31"
CALENTADORES DE
AGUA
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Bob Hope qued
eliminado en un
torneo de golf
GALES, Mayo 21 (UP)El
golfista norteamericano Frank
Stranaham, campen britnico
tuvo que luchar duramente' pa-
ra pasar a la primera vuelta
del campeonato nacional ama-
teur de la Gran Bretaa al en-
contrar una violenta oposicin
para vencer al mayor lan Kee-
lan por dos a uno.
Todos los norteameriianos des
tacados pasaron a la primera
vuelta entre los seis miembros
del conjunto que venci en la
competencia por la Copa Wal-
ker.
Diez norteamericanos queda-
ron eliminados entre ellos el
comediante Bop Hope que to
vencido por 2 a I por C. Cox de
la Gran Bretaa. A la segunda
vuelta pasaron il norteamerica-
nos.
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este # Tel. 2-26N
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata.
Reparaciones
Ren era les.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel. 3-1713
Agricultor Comerciante,
Por el bien de la economa del pas, y en particular de
los agricultores, hacemos este llamado:
Tenemos entendido que alguna institucin del gobierno
proyecta hacer una importacin de arroz, basados en infor-
mes que hay escasea del producto nacional.
Si no es verdad que hay escasez, sto traerla grandes
perjuicios para ustedes, agricultores.
SI es verdad que hay escasez, precisa determinar clara-
mente tul ser la cantidad necesaria para importar.
Estn L'ds. agricultores y comerciantes en el grano
en la obligacin de avisar Inmediatamente al Ministerio de
Comercio qu cantidad de arroz tienen en depsito, para que
ste con esos datos, justifique o no, la importacin de nuevas
partidas.
Con esta actitud de I'd*., todos nos beneficiaremos.
ASOCIACIN DE MAYORISTAS EN VVERES.
La paz autntica depende de
el respeto de los derechos
v libertades fundamentales
Por Hahmoud Fawzi Bey
Representante Permanente
de Egipto ante las NN. UU.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
o La ms antigua,
o La ms acreditada,
o La da mayor atocle.
SIEMPRE A SI'S ORDENES.
Ro Abajo 2154Tet 3-U524:
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel 2-1752
Bicicletas Inglesas
ROYAL ENFIELD
Todos los tamaos.
tfOGLflG
Tel. 2-2847
terarnos que, a pesar de dar-
se obligatoriamente, la anato-
ma en primer ao, se obliga
al .alumno. sin seffalf rio el
mencionado plan, a dar esa
misma materia en otro ao. Es-
to es bochornoso no slo por
el hecho de pasar por ncima
d un plan establecido fino por
el hecho de estimarse que le-
siona a otro colega desde el
momento de que se est du-
dando de su preparacin, y ni
siquiera se le toma en cuenta
para consultarlo. No nos ex-
plicamos por qu obraron de esa
manera nuestras autoridades
administrativas.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2 % 8
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
El ansia de paz Se-ha expre-
sado en nuestro tiempo, ms que
en ningn otro, en trminos in-
ternacionales. Al contrario de lo
ocurrido anteriormente, cuando
los Imperios buscaban extender
su hegemona de suerte que a-
barcara todos los pueblos del
mundo, y que el derecho preva-
leciera sobre la fuerza, hoy tra-
tamos de establecer la coopera-
cin Internacional y no de im-
poner al mundo la supremaca de
una potencia.
Hasta los Estados Unidos de
Amrica han abandonado su ais-
lacionismo. Por efecto de los a-
conteclmientos y de la segunda
guerra mundial, los Estados Uni-
dos, que anteriormente hablan
rechazado la poltica del Presi-
dente Wilson, inclinada a la par-
ticipacin en la Sociedad de Na.
clones,^ se declararon abierta-
mente en favor de las Naciones
Unidas, concepto casi exclusivo
del Presidente Roosevelt, a quien
deben su nombre. En su men-
saje al Congreso norteamericano,
el 6 de enero de 1945, declaro el
Presidente Roosevelt:
"El perfeccionismo, no menos
que el aislamiento o la poltica de
la fuerza, puede'obstruir el ca-
mino de la paz Internacional. No
olvidemos que el encierro en el
aislacionismo, hace un cuarto' de
siglo, no empez con un ataque
directo contra la cooperacin in-
ternacional, sino con un ataque
contra la supuesta Imperfeccin
de la paz.
En nuestra desilusin, despus
de la pasada guerra, preferimos
la anarqua internacional a la
operacin con naciones que no
vean las cosas en la misma for-
ma que nosotros. Abandonamos
la esperanza de obtener gradual-
mente una paz mejof, porque no
tenamos valor para asumir res-
ponsabilidades en un mundo de
reconocida imperfeccin.
No debemos permitir que eso
ocurra nuevamente, si no quere-
mos seguir, una vez mas al tr-
gico sendero que conduce a la
tercera guerra mundial".
En la hora actual, por desdi-
cha, parece que el mundo va pe-
ligrosamente ha,cla una tercera
guerra mundail, a menos que las
Naciones Unidas y sus miembros
hagan en favor de la paz mu-
cho ms de lo que han hecho
hasta ahora.
Al hacer inventarlo del traba-
jo de las Naciones Unidas, hasta
el presente, parece que a pesar
de todas las sesiones ordinarias
y extraordinarias de la Asam-
blea General; a pesar de los asi-
duos esfuerzos de los diversos r-
ganos de la organizacin inter-
nacional. Incluso la-! quinientas
cincuenta sesiones del Congreso
de Seguridad, la estructura de
la paz y la seguridad mudial es-
ta tan dbil como pudieran de-
searlo sus mayores enemigos. Si
pasa por alto el principio de ll
universalidad de las Naciones U*
nldas, de manera arbitraria, j
muchos solicitantes dignos di
admisin encuentran cerradal
sus puertas. La falta de cumpl*
miento de los Artculos 45 y Kl
de la Carta, por parte del Con*
sejo de Seguridad, Artculos qul
tienen por objeto colocar fuerza!
armadas a la disposicin de lai
Naciones Unidas, dejan a la or*
ganlzacin casi tan impotente
como lo era la Liga de fas Na*
clones, lo que en ms de una oca*
sin ha hecho que las Nacio-
nes Unidas se inclinaran cornil
la Liga, ante la agresin, la in
just lela y el hecho consumado.
Red Panamericana
tiene (os
mejores programas
SE NECESITA HOMBRE
emprendedor para someterse a riguroso entrenamiento
en ventas e instalaciones de sistemas de contabilidad
mecanizada, que tenga suficiente sentido de responsabi-
lidad para hacerse cargo de distribucin exclusiva en la
Repblica de Panam. Si usted tiene experiencia conta-
ble, si su edad flucta entre los 25 y 30 aos, y si Ud. se
considera una persona con Iniciativa, entonces escriba
a The National Cash Register Company, sucursal de
Panam, Apartado 1071. Panam, suministrando su edad,
estado civil, educacin y experiencia, y enviando una
fotografa tamao-postal. Sern consideradas nicamen-
te las solicitudes escritas y que contengan los datos
arriba mencionados.
El fracaso de las Naciones U-
nidas en materia de reglamen*
tacln de armamentos ,nos pone
en la alternativa de armarnos
ms y ms, de aumentar la ca
paeldad destructora de los ar*
mamentos y de imponer una car-
ga cada vez ms pesada sobre los
nervios, la salud y la economa
de un mundo ya abrumado.
En el campo econmico se ad
vierten iguales fracasos y defec-
tos. Hay todava en el mundo
muchas regiones que necesitan
reconstruccin y rehabilitamien-
to. En lo politico, lo moral v
lo psicolgico prevaleec nigualej
condiciones. La suma de tale
fracasos y defectos, d por re-
sultado muchos puntos dbilea,
en el mundo. Estos puntos dbi-
les deben fortalecerse. Pero no
puede lograrse ese objetivo, con
slo formar alrededor de un pala
o de una zona, una delgada mu-
ralla de fuerza armada. Resulta
obvio uqe las. tropas del frente
deben contar con el apoyo, no
slo de ms fuerzas armadas en
otras partes, sino tambin con
el de una economa robusta y
el de condiciones sociales saluda-
bles. Y no es eso todo. Debe te-
nerse e:*t cuenta la Importancia
principal de los factores polti-
cos y psicolgicos. No se puedo
dar fuerza a una regln donde la
gente est debilitada o descon-
tenta, o donde ella no tiene fe
en las Naciones Unidas, o donda
ha sido victima de una Injusticia
internacloanl que esa gente con-
sidera resultado de la actuacin
de este organismo.
. Este concepto de la creacin
y el robustecimiento de zonas da
fuerza fue adoptado ya por las
Naciones Unidas en la Carta. En
su apoyo puede citarse particu-
larmente la resolucin del 3 de
noviembre de 1950, sobre la Uni- i
dad de Accin pro-Paz en la cual
la Asamblea General se declara
"Plenamente convencida de qun
para lograr una paz duradera n*
bastan acuerdos de seguridad co
lectiva contra quebrantamiento
de la paz Internacional y acto*;
de agresin, sino que una pas
autntica y permamente depen-
de tambin de la observancia de
todos los Principios y Propsitos
establecidos en la Carta de las
Naciones Unidas; del cumpli-
miento de las resoluciones del
Consejo de Seguridad, la Asam-
blea General y otros rgano
principales del organismo inter-
nacional a cuyo cargo est el
mantenimiento de la paz y la
seguridad internacionales y de-
^nde en especial, del respeto T
observancia de los derechos y
las libertades fundamentales de
todos y del establecimiento y la
conservacin de condiciones de
bienestar econmico y social en
todos los pases".
Difcil ser encontrar una ex-
presin mejor de las intenciones
de la Carta, ni una indicacin
ms clara del precio de la paa.


MARTES, MATO ti. 1951
L PANAMA AMERICA i DIARIO INDEPENDENT*
PAGINA SIET1
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
Kedaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMER1CA
Telfono S-31S2 BORAS: :M a 1|0# tvm.
Aoartado 134
Recepcin
El Encargado de Negocios de
la Embajada de los Estados B-
Dldos, seor Murr,ay M...Wlsc, y
Era- Edlth de Wise ofrecen ota
roche, a las 7 p.m. una recep-
cin en la sede de la embajada,
en honor del seor Edwin J-
Ivtabill, del Departamento de
Hstado y de los seores Albert
J. Red way y Robert O, Holbroolc
del Exporto and Import Banif,
quienes se. encuentran aesde
hace varios dias en nuestra ca-
pital.
Comida
En honor del General Newcon
E-iUiac tear, Ministro de Guerra
ei Brasil, quien se encuen ra
actualmente en Panam, el Co-
mandante en Jefe de las Fuer-
zas del Caribe, Teniente Gei.c-
R. P. M.
LA POSTAL
Ave. Central 68
ral Williams H. H. Morris Jr.
y Sra. Marguerite d Morris, o-
iiecieron anoche una comida en
su residencia- _
Agasajo
La Sra. Ileana Correa de Kujr,
ofrece hoy un t en su residen-
cia, para despedir de su vla
de soltera a la seorita Lu
Margarita' Morales QuljaiiO,
quien contraer matrimonio a
fines de sta semana.
Participaciones de' matrimonio
La Sra. Aura Quljano ha ea-
vad participaciones para el
matrimonio de su hija, Seorita
Luz Margarita Morales Quljano,
con el caballero Juan Jos I-
llueca, hijo del seor Juan J.
i llueca y Sra. Ana D. de D)a acto que se verificar el viernes
25 del presente, a las 6 p.m. en
la Iglesia de Cristo Rey.
De Colombia
I Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida al Dr- Ame-
llo Notero y Isaza y seora Bta-
trlz Quelquejeu de Notero, quie-
nes procedentes de Cali se en-
cuentran en nuestra capital,
huspedes de sus hermanos, o'j-
or Carlos Lpez P. y Sra. Ju-
lita Q. de Lpez.
De Europa
Lleg ayer de Espaa, con el
fio. de pasar una temporada e.i
Panam visitando a sus faUU-
MISA DE REQUIEM
Por el eterno descanso del que en vida se llam
RAMON ANTONIO EHRMAN
Se dir maana mircoles a las 6:30 a.m. en la Santa
Iglesia de Catedral. Su viuda, Rima Phillips de Ehrman,
e hijos, su madre Herllnda Morales de Arias y dems
deudos agradecern la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
Panam, mayo 22, 1951.
AGRADECIMIENTO
Dilia R. vda. de Flores y Dora F. de Morales
Apilcctn par este medio a! Presidente y su Gabinete; al Cuerpo da la
Polica Nacional al M.P.U.; al Concejo; Cuerpo de Bomberos de Panama
y Colea; a Dona Celia Q. vda. de Dlat; Temistocles Da/ y Sra.; Empleados
de la Brantff nter. Alrwaya; Empleados del Departamento de Agricultura;
Of lemas de la l". S. del Caribe; a todas las empresas y al pblico en general
las manifestaciones de condolencia con motivo de su reciente dnele.
da lujo a sus uas y su
precio no es un lujo
Cutez de Luxe Nail Brilliance ea
una revelacin! Tiene todaa ai
cualidades de los esmaltes de uas
ms caros a mucho menos precio.
Esquiaito Irasco con cmodo aplica-
dor, como los ma lujosos esmaltes.
El eamaltepermanecebellsimodiaa
y dias. Ni ae agrieta ni ae desprende.
No irrita la piel. Novsimos e in-
teresantes matices. *
Quedar usted admirada con
de Luxe
amw
Esmalto de lujo a un precio no de lujo.

E Antisptico LISTERINE llena tantas
necesidades en el hogar que con coda razn
le le puede llamar el "Mdico Casero".
CORTADURAS, 6UIMADUIAI Y
RASGUOS ... El AoiUpf.co
11STIUNS uo. valioso jente
ininfffcume y aermicida.
KSniADOS Y DOlO*SS Of GAt-
fiANTA .El AmisepcicoLUTEliNi
ombate las bacteria* dcstructiraa...
alvia las irrcaciontn de la garjaac
lmale aW resfriado*.
PICADURAS DI INSECTOS, IS-
COZOLt Y LIOIRAS IRRITACIONES
DI LA MIL...El Amiteprico LISTE
IN*, ran conocrame y curativo, da
un alivio maravillosoacta tp%+-
PARA SU ALIENTO .. la praica
habitual de hacer grgaras con ai
Aacisvtpuco LISTVMINB Ir asegura a
I'd. on aliento puro y fresco.. ton-
rrarrewa el desagradable olor en la
boca debido a la ferrnettucion de
retidnos aiaatnttctoe.
& LISTERINE
lid
llares, la Sra. La Quelquejeu de
Alvarez. La saludamos cordial-
mente.
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones po-
la el seor Jos Guillermo Mar-
tinelli y Sra. Elisa A. de Maiti-
nelli, por el feliz arribo de una
mita, ocurrdo en el Hospi'.B'.
Panam-
Enfermo*
Completo restablecimiento le
deseamos a la seora Mercedes
f\ de Garay, quien sufre jut-
brantos de salud en la Clnica
Can Fernando.
Se encuentra recluida e:i la
Clinica San Fernando por mo-
tivo de salud la Sra. Leticia ce
Gonzlez, Ojal mejore pronto.
Pronta mejora le 'deseamos
el nio Mario Gallndo Heurt -
mate, quien guarda cama en la
Clnica San Fernando.
Guarda cama en su residen-
cia por motivos de salud el :.!-
o Ernesto Orillac Navarro.
Pronta mejora le deseamos. "
Abandonan el hospital
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del Nio Carlos de la
Guardia Preciado, quien aban-
don ayer la Clinica San Fer-
rando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Mercedes V. de Guardia
Seor Marco Antonio de Ja-
non P-
Nia Carmen Julia de Obairio
Viggiano.
Nia Isabel Daz de la Osjo
Nia Mara Elene Dubols de
la Guardia
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Rosario G. de Arias
Seor Charles H. Crawford
Dr. Octavio de la Guardia
RELIGIOSAS
Apostolado de la Oracin
Iglesia de San Francisco ciudad
Eld la 24, jueves, festividad
del Corpus Chrlstl, se tendr la
reunin extraordnara de las ce-
ladoras del Apostolado de la
Oracin en el Saln Parroquial
a las 6 p.m.
Tengan presente que se acer-
ca,el mes.de Junio y es del to-
do necesario prepararse para
las festividades y cultos que se
acercan, y por lo tanto es im-
prescindible la presencia de to-
das.
Recuerden el cambio del da
de esta reunin.
"Para que la Cua Apriete",
una comedia de gran inters
Comedia alegre, agradable, di-
vertida y muy chistosa es "Pa-
ra que la Cuna Apriete", el es-
treno de esta semana de Eldo-
rado. En ella todo son lances a-
morosos, canciones y... desilu-
siones de un veterano mujeriego
que por sentir Joven el corazn
haba olvidado la blancura de
sus canas.
Pero, el amor, le clav la cua
en el mismsimo corazn y lo tra-
jo de nuevo a la realidad. La ju-
ventud en esta pelcula, como en
la vida, reclama su derecho y se
abre paso, dejando atrs a la
gente madura aunque sientan jo-
ven el corazn.
"Para que la Cua Apriete
presenta a Lilla del Valle, la be-
llsima y nueva estrella que cau-
sar sensacin.
Recuerden que "Para que la
Cua Apriete", se estrena el Jue-
ves.
PARA LAS
NOVIAS
DE JUNIO
facaour 4#,4 anee.'
HE AQU LOS CUATRO ASES !
EL JUEGO DE COMEDOR QUE HA
HECHO SENSACIN EN PANAMA I
VALO HOY MISMO EN LA
^fRIfl
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En Pars se Ama y se Peligra
En la alegre y brillante vida
nocturna de Pars; entre la risa
y saber-vivir de su gente, entre
sus bellezas monumentales se o-
culta un extrao drama de mis-
terio. Un misterio insondable que
envuelve a la Undo Jean Sim-
mons y al galn Dick Bogarde en
una red de intriga, besos v cri-
men, en la magnifica pelcula
"Idilio en Pars"' (8o Song At The
Fair), que estrena hoy y maa-
na el Teatro Lux.
El desenlace del misterio es tan
sorprendente y original y da tan-
to sabor al film, que la Geren-
cia del Lux ruega a los que vean
la pelcula, no lo divulguen a
sus amistades.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BKRTONCINI
Tel 431 Aptdo 1004
Felicitacin
Celebr ayer Lunes sus na-
tales la nilta Gail Esquivel, V.-.-
Ja del Hogar de Don Glloert
Esquivel y Sra. Martha de &-
qulvel. Hasta almirante le na-
cemos llegar a Gall, nuestras
cariosas felicitaciones.
Felicitamos al Sr. Juan Ma-
nuel Caballero por festejar e.i
ei Da de ayer un ao das ae
vida.
Bailes de Disfraces del Club
Interamericano de Mujeres
El sbado 26 del corriente mes
en los amplios salones del Csdb
de Extranjeros tendr su baile
anual de disfraces y etiqueta el
Club Interamericano de Muje-
res, capitulo de Coln. La 'jo-
trada ser de $1-00 por persona
comenzando a las 9:00 p.m.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
A las muchas felicitaciones
cue reciba hoy la seora Car-
men Mouynes de Arela, agrega-
mos las nuestras muy cordiales.
En Medio del aprecio y esti-
ma de familiares y amigos ce-
lebra hoy la grata fecha de m:
cumpleaos el profesor Gines
Snchez Ballbrea. Sea ello mo-
tivo para enviarle un cordial
saludo de felicitacin.
Suma hoy martes un ao ms
de vida la nia Judy Vonnlref.
hija del Conocido comerciante
de esta localidad seor Don Ro-
berta Vontres y Sra. Doa C\-
dys Estenoz de Vontres. Formu-
lamos votos porque disfrute de
Ahora Muchos Usan
DENTADURA POSTIZA
Con ms comodidad
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polvo alcalino mo-cldo) mantiene las
dentaduras postirs firmemente en la bo-
ca. Para comer y hablar con mas como-
didad, polvoree su dentadura postiza con
un poco de riXODENT iFasteeth). No
queda en la boca ninguna sensacin pe-
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En el da de maana cele-
bran un ao de unin matrimo-
nial los esposos seor don Juan
v. mura y Sra. Luisa Lara >'e
Ventura. Para ellos nuestros sa-
ludos con tal motivo.
Ser exhibida en
el Teatro Central
la cinta "Crisis"
El mircoles 23, se exhibir en
el Teatro Central, la pelcula
"CRISIS".Es esta obra una pro
duccln Metro, que Interpretan
GARY GRANT y J08E FERRER.
El argumento de esta obra
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acontecimientos ocurridos du-
rante la "SEMANA CVICA" del
7 al 10 de Mayo y por eso reco-
mendamos al pblico que no
pierda esta pelcula.
En cinco das la
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Corea 1618 bajas
WASHINGTON, mayo 22. (UP)
Durante los 5 dias de ofen-
siva comunista en Corea, termi-
nada ayer, las fuerzas de las Na-
ciones Unidas sufrieron 1,618 ba-
jas, entre muertos y heridos.
El Departamento de Defensa
dio cifras explicando que hubo
204 muertos y 1,414 heridos, de
los cuales 134 muertos y 826 he-
ridos fueron norteamericanos.
Los surcoreanos tuvieron 48
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El Ditrani Tiene Hoy Un Compromiso Muy
Difcil Frente Al Huracn En El Ftbol
MARTES, MATO M, 15I \
Se miden esta
noche en el
Estadio Olmpico
El Deportivo Ditrani expone
esta noche su invicto en el pri-
mer puesto del Campeonato de
ftbol de la divisin mayor de
la Liga Provincial de Panam
Irente al Huracn en el Esta-
dio Olmpico.
El encuentro comenzar a las
7 y 45 p.m. y debern resultar
reido y movido, ya que las l-
timas actuaciones de ambos on-
cenos han resultado satisfacto-
ria adems que las posiciones
que se jugarn es de gran Im-
portancia para sus aspiracio-
nes.
Ambos equipos cumplirn su
ltimo compromiso de la pri-
mera vuelta ya que esta etapa
del Campeonato finalizar el
domingo.
El resonante triunfo del Hu-
racn el pasado domingo, lo ha
catalogado como un rival pell-
Venezuela Se Prepara
Para Presentar Los
Juegos Bolivarianos
._____________________
_
Se espera que
cerca de 1000 ,
atletas asistirn
CARACAS, Mayo 22 (UP)Ve-
nezuela se prepara con todo es-
mero para organizar los Terce-
ros Juegos Deportivos Bollva-
groso para el Ditrani; ademas rlanos y ha adelantado a 7 roe-
este onceno no contara esta no- | ses de |a realizacin del Certa-
che con los servicios de O. de
Len, una de sus mejores uni-
dades, y muchos entendidos con-
sideran que los Italianos tendrn
hoy su primera falla.
El Jueves cierra
inscripciones el
torneo de tenis
Hasta pasado maana jueves
permanecern abiertas las ins-
cripciones para participar en
las competencias de tenis or-
ganizadas por al ComUin Na-
cional de este deporte y en las
que estn en disputa dos her-
mosos trofeos "Dunlop.' Se es-
pera que numerosos Jugadores
participarn en esta justa de-
portiva. Solamente se tomarn
en cuenta los nombres de aque-
llos que personalmente o por
telfono hayan solicitado ser
inscritos. Los interesados pue-
den llamar a la Piscina Olm-
pica al telfono 3-0286 o a la
oficina del Sr. David Halman,
telfono 2-1103.
El Dep. Alemn sigue
solo en el comando
del ftbol menor
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de 2a. Categora
Provincia de Panam
G. E. P. Pje.
Alemn ........... 2 1 0 5
Ancn Jr..........t 0 4
Santander ........___110 3
Amrica ............ 10 2 2
Ambato ..........O 1 1 1
Hispano Jh.......0 1 1 1
Pacifico de 2a. ... O 0 2 0 _
El Deportivo Alemn conserv
au invicto yp as al primer lu-
gar del Campeonato de Segunda
Categora de la Liga Provincial
de Panam al empatar el do-
mingo con el Hispano Jr. a cero
tantos en el Estedio Olmpico,
por su partel os espaoles meno-
res con este resultado lograron
puntuacin para dejar la reta-
guardia.
Esta noche deciden si habr o no
Campeonato de Ftbol Mayor en Coln
COLON, mayo 22Por Nando esta misma noche al sorteo de
Quintero Esta noche la Liga
Provincial de Ftbol tendr
una importante reunin con el
fin de trazar los planes para
que la prxima temporada de
balompi sea un hecho tanto
en la categora mayor como
en la menor. Uno de los miem-
bros de la Liga nos manifes-
t que esta noche se dejar
sentado de una vez si habr o
no temporada del Circuito Ma-
yor, pues este ao est suce-
diendo algo raro en esta cate-
gora y es que los miembros de
la Liga desean trabajar por el
bien de este deporte, pero en
cambio los representantes de
los equipos de primera ni ai-
quiera asoman la cara a las se-
siones de la entidad reguladora
del ftbol colonense, de ahi que
se ha Informado que si esta no-
che no se llega a ningn acuer-
do, definitivamente no habr
ftbol mayor y *e proceder
El Chiriqu empal
tambin el comando
del base de S. Felipe
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Baseball de San Felipe)
G. P. Pje.
ptica Sosa ........ 2 1
Veteranos ..........1 \
Fte. Chiriqu ......... 2 1
Santo Domingo .____0 3
.750
.150
.750
.000
Triple empate ses usclt en
el primer puestod c la Liga
de Baseball de San Felipe, al
vencer el Fuerte Chiriqu al
Santo Domingo por Inasistencia.
La Directiva de la Liga en su
frxlma reunin debe amones-
er a ios juRdores del equipo
Dominicano por su inasistencia
y falta de responsabilidad, va
que esto per!>:dir?. rl buen de-
senvolvimiento del Campeonato
Para el prximo domingo la
Lea de San Felipe presentar
doble donde tomarnp arte las
4 novenas participantes:
men-todo lo necesario para que
estos Juegos se lleven a cabo
con todas las mejoras tcnicas
y con toda la comodidad que se
precisan para los espectculos
Deportivos Modernos.
An cuando en Caracas-Sede
de los Terceros Juegos-hay en
la actualidad Estadios y Gimna-
sios donde la juventud deporti-
va del pas se entrega a la cul-
tura del msculo, Venezuela
tendr a la orden de los de-
portistas Bolivarianos modernos
estadios, piscinas, gimnasios, ve-
ldromo y canchas en los cuales
podrn rendir sus mejores es-
fuerzos en el intento de conse-
guir para sus respectivos pa-
ses la gloria del honor y del
triunfo.
Los juegos Bolivarianos de
Caracas que se realizarn del 5
al 21 de Diciembre de este ao,
estarn patrocinados por la
Junta de Gobierno de Venezuela,
integrada por el Dr. Germn
Surez Flamerich y los Tenien-
tes Coroneles Marco Prez Jim-
nez y Luis Felipe Llovera Pez.
Conforme a las disposiciones
de su Carta Fundamental, ha
quedado integrado el Comit Or-
ganizador de los Terceros Jue-
gos Deportivos Bolivarianos en
la forma siguiente:
Por Venezuela: Teniente Co-
ronel, Ricardo Arroyo, Presi-
dente. Dr. Julio de Armas, Vice
Presidente. Dr. Julio Bustaman-
te. Secretarlo. Jos Beracasa, Te
sorero. Doctores Luis Rivas vs-
quez y Roberto Diaz Hernaz,
Vocales Principales, y Doctores
Francisco Len, Carlos Parisca
y seor Roberto Todd, Vocales
Suplentes.
Delegados Extranjeros: Comi-
t Olmpico Ecuatoriano, Dr.
Francisco Rodriguez, Comit
Olmpico Panameo Seor Ge-
neroso Simmons. Comit Olmpi-
co Peruano Dr. Evaristo Gmez
Snchez.
El Comit Organizador de los
Juegos confia en que cerca de
mil atletas de ambos sexos, re-
presentando a Panam, Colomr
bla, Ecuador, Per, Bolivia y
Venezuela estarn reunidos en
la ciudad cuna del Libertador
Simn Bolivar, para el mes de
Diciembre de este ao. O sea
diciembre del (rano.Retaoin
Para dar ms comodidad a
atletas y espectadores, el pais
organizador no ha omitido es-
fuerzo alguno para la construc-
cin de los Estadios y se tiene
por seguro que dentro de pocos
meses estarn completamente
li.stas las modernsimas obras
que se construyen a toda pri-
sa. En la ciudad Universitaria,
que ser una de las joyas de
construcicn de la Amrica, es-
taran levantados los dos estadios
ms grande que posee Venezue-
la: el Olmpico y el de Baseball.
El primero de ellos, donde se
verificarn las competencias de
football y atletismo tendr ca-
pacidad para 52.000 personas y
el de baseball podr aceptar co
modamente a 45.000 espectado-
res. Al principio, esta segunda
obra se plane para treinta mil
espectadores, pero la pasin por
el baseball es muy grande en ---------------
Venezuela y los Ingenieros, tras A k lu,tri mwxfc dar* afeita,
recibir las rdenes del Gobierno. Anora U8tod '
Dos importantes
reuniones celebra
hoy el basketball
Por ACHET
Esta tarde se celebrar en el
Gimnasio (Nacional dos impor-
tantes reuniones de Basketball
A las 4.30 se reunirn los Repre-
sentantes del Baloncesto Menor
con el Comisionado de ese de-
porte para ultimar detalles re-
ferentes a la inauguracin de
esa categora; y a las 5.30 p.m.
se rene el Comisionado de Bas-
ketball Femenino con los repre-
sentantes de los equipes Sastre-
ra Crdenas, Chevrolet, Colme-
na, Santa Cruz y Eva Pern,
para tratar sobre la apertura
de ese circuito.
Se uega la asistencia de todos
los representantes de los equi-
pos mencionados a dichas reu-
niones.
Colegial de E.U.
establece record
BERKELEY, California. Mayo
22 (UP)Un nuevo record de
balonceo fu establecido por
Gary Kaveney de 19 aos de
edad de la Universidad de Cali-
fornia, al mantenerse en esa po-
sicin por 54 horas continuas.
Este record supera la vieja
marca de 52 horas impuesta-
por Bob Brackeknbach de 22
aos y Dick Priest de 20 aos
de la Cnlversldad de Washing-
ton.
re proporcionarle a los jve-
nes Bolivarianos todas las co-
modidades y todas lasa tencio-
nes de que generalmente se
quejan en todas las competen-
cias internacionales.
NUEVA CREMA DE AFEITAR
LE "ENTONA" LA PIEL
A LA VEZ QUE SE AFEITA
los equipos menores para Inau-
gurar la temporada en la tar-
de del prximo domingo 27 de
mayo.
En torno a este caso quere-
mos excitar a todos los fut-
bolistas colonenses para que
cierren filas con la Liga Pro-
vincial y procuren prestar me-
jor colaboracin para que el
deporte del balompi no su-
cumba en nuestro medio y se
pierdan asi los esfuerzos rea-
lizado en otros das en pro y
beneficio de este deporte, pues
si es cierto que ya se han en-
tregado uniformes a todos los
jugadores, tal como lo informa
la Liga, no vemos por qu mos-
trarse pesimistas en cuanto a
a la realizacin de la prxima
temporada de ftbol.
La sesin de esta noche co-
menzar a las 7 en punto y se
espera que todos los represen-
tantes de primera y segunda
asistan.
Entra en su etapa
final el torneo
Duran de bolos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
Selecta ................ 35
Mike ................ 37
Tropical.......... 34
Royal ______...... 30
Entrometidos ....... 19
Martini ............. ja-
Pinoeho ..........24
Balboa..............t\
C. Vieja ............21
El torneo de Bolos "Caf Du-
ran" se pone da a da ms re-
ido e interesante, ya que es-
tando en la etapa final no se
puede decir an quien obtendr,
el bello trofeo donado por Du-
ran. Anoche la Casa Mike ven-
ci a los constructores de la
Martlnz 3 a 1. A. Arias con se-
rie de 505 y Juego de 203 fu
el mayor anotador de Casa Mi-
ke y por la Martins J. Padilla
con serie de 503.
Las anotaciones fueron
El equipo Mauricio viajar a
la ciudad de Coln maana con
el fin de enfrentarse al quinte-
to colonense Deportivo Mike en
el Gimnasio del Colegio Abel
Bravo.
Este choque ser con motivo
del programa deportivo de la
Feria Agropecuaria que con
gran entusiasmo se esta cele-
brando en la Costa Atlntica.
Gran Choque De Basketball
Sostendrn Maana Mauricio
y Deportivo Mike En Coln
Es como parte del programa deportivo de
la Feria. Locutores y profesores del
Colegio Abel Bravo en partido de softball
6 de la tarde hacia Coln.
El Juego ha sido fijado para
las 8.30 de la noche y tambin
se ha anunciado que jugarn en
el partido preliminar la Escue-
la Repblica de Bolivia y el Co-
legio Abel Bravo.
Tambin se efectuar maana
en el campo de Juegos de la
Polica un partido de Softball
entre los profesores del Colegio
Abel Bravo y los muchachos de
Los muchachos locales part- la Asociacin de Locutores y re-
ran del Almacn Mauricio a las' dactores deportivos.
Declogo de tica del Redactor y
comentarista radial deportivo se
aprob en el Congreso del Domingo
Cinco Caballos Inscritos En
El Cl. Hipdromo Nacional
Cinco ejemplares se inscribieron en 1 clsico Hipdromo
Nacional que se celebrar el da 3 de Junio en la rlia^^rh*.
de B/e2rJoo0oore UDa dl8tancla de 2,M0 metr<* y Por n prend
Esta carrera debe resultar muy reida y se nos ha informad
que varios propietarios de los ejemplares inscritos harn amiestaa
especiales entre ellos mismos. Ser un verdadero duelo, bum ttvn.
tienen mucha opcin al triunfo. p w loaoa
Estn inscritos:
r, .PInard(Aaa U^ra,)> WeUh Loch (1>0)' Phoebus Apollo (ljfl).
Dictator (119) y Main Road (110 libras). '
Ted Williams Llevo Al Triunfo
A Los Medias Rojas Sobre Los
Tigres Ayer Por 9 Carreras a 7,
Servicio de la Prensa Unida I carreras.
Entre las Resoluciones que se perfecto de tus obligaciones,
aprobaron el pasado domingoui Presentado a la conlsderacin
en el Primer Congreso Nacional del Primer Congreso Nacional
21 25
23 .817
26 .567
26 .536
V .511
SI .483
32 .42
35 .315
39 .350
Maduro
Arlas
De Jann
Arango
Herman
MIKE
177 181
165
155
160
154
203
174
178
170
116
137
153
161
172
474
505
404
499
496
811 906 741 2458
Mateo
Cardoze
Rangel
Padilla
Flstonich
MARTINZ
156 138
127
151
185
160
165
147
159
190
116
136
133
159
146
409
428
431
503
496
Handicap
778
41
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41
690 2267
41 123
"t31 2390
Juego de esta noche
Balboa vs Entrometidos
de Redactores Deportivos que
tuvo lugar en el Consejo Muni-
cipal de coln, se encuentra el
Doclogo de Etica, presentado
por el deportista colonense
Carlos Tamayo, redactado en la
siguiente forma:
EL CORQRESO NACIONAL DE
. REDACTORES DEPORTIVOS.
CONSIDERANDO:
Que es necesario establecer la
tica en el Redactor y Comen-
tarista Radial Deportivo de la
Repblica de Panam:
RESUELVE:
Articulo nico:Adaptar el
siguiente declogo de tica en el
Redactor y Comentarista Radial
Deportivo.
1Piensa que debes gastar
tus energas fsicas y mentales
en pro del deporte, por esto
acumula la reservas necesa-
rias.
2Refresca constantemente tu
Inteligencia y tu memoria con
lectura frecuente, de historia
deportiva, leyes y reglas de los
deportes.
3Procura que tu vida priva-
da y tus actos pblicos se adap-
ten a los dictados de la moral.
z4Ten presente que sus crti-
cas y comentarios sean para
construir y nunca para des-
truir.
5No admitas nunca coaccio-
nes de personas irresponsables,
acta en beneficio de la augusta
misin que te has impuesto.
6Procura con la autoridad
de tu critica y con la fuerza de
tus razones, la integridad fsica
del atleta, como si fuera la
propia.
7Lucha por que el terreno de
Juego sea para el atleta, campo
donde reine la justicia, escue-
la de caballerosidad y templo
del honor.
8En tus actuaciones como
Redactor o comentarista Radial
Deportivo, frena siempre los im-
pulsos de tu carcter y deja que
la serenidad presida tus escri-
tos y comentarlos.
9Procura rehusar siemore
las discusiones intiles si quie-
res mantener tu autoridad.
10Tu prestigio como Redactor
o Comentarista Radial Deporti-
vo, ser el resultado de tu la-
bor sin jactancia, con una con-
ciencia pura y de conocimiento
de Redactores Deportivos de la
Repblica de Panam, por
Carlos A. Tamayo.
Aprobado por la Asamblea del
Primer Congreso Nacional de
Redactores Deportivos, el 21 de
Mayo de 1951 en la ciudad de
Coln.
Daniel Delgado
Presidente
Jasper Carter,
Secretario.
Comienza el 28
de Junio el base
de Barranquea
BARBANQU1LLA, Maye 22 (L.
P.) El prximo 28 de Junio se
iniciar el campeonato profesio-
nal de baseball con la partici-
pacin de cuatro equipos re-
forzados con unidades venezo-
lanas, cubanas y nicaragenses.
El primer encuentro que ten-
dr lugar lo realizarn las no-
venas de la Cervecera guila
y los Indios.
Se espera la llegada de varios
jugadores cubanos para fortifi-
car los restantes equipos qut
Intervendrn en el campeonato.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES
CONCURREN...
para mayor potencia
motrizdecdase por
CHAMPION
hicieron variar el curso del Rio
Gualre para ampliar las locali-
dades del gran estadio.
En la ciudad Universitaria
estarn alojados los atletas vi-
sitantes en los hermosos edlfl-
llcios que all se construyen. So-
bre el alojamiento de los atle-
tas el Comit Organizador de
Dep. Santo Domingo vs O. Sosa' los Terceros Juegos tomar un
Fte. Chiriqui vs Veteranos I inters especlalisimo, pues quie-
Sca&vamsV.O.
WHISKY CANADIENSE
ffiyiato en in> *m**A
das a ras de piel ms ntidas, qua
lucen mejory a la vez ayudar
a conservar el aspecto suave y juve-
nil de iu rostro.
Maravilloso Ingredient*
Todo cato se deba a la Nueva Crema
da Afeitar Williams, qua contiena
Extracto de Lanolinarecient* dea-
cubrimiento mdico coa mayoreo
propiedadea "benfica*" para la piel
qua la lanolina comenta. l Extracto
da Lanolina le refresca al roetro a la
vas qua usted a* afeita ... 1* ayuda
a conservar el aipectp sano y juvenil
de su piel.
Sel* en WHtlAMS
Cada ves qu* ustad a* afeita con la
Nueva Crema de Afeitar William*
disfruta d* asta maravillo** suba-
Uncu-y adamas obtiene una ates-
tada mas cmoda, mas fcil. Us*
William, la nica croma i aftitat
que tontient Extracto i Lanolina
Gerry Staley adems de limi-
tar a Mis hits el ataque de los
Gigantes gan su propio desafio
anotando la carrera que result
decisiva on la quinta entrada
despus de haber bateado un
sencillo en el partido en que los
Cardenales vencieron por 5 a 2
a los Gigantes.
Con un sencillo de Bill Ho-
werton, doblete de Stan Rojek y
error de Alvln Dark, los Carde-
nales anotaron dos veces en la
segunda entrada. Los Gigantes
empataron en la cuarta. Este
era el nico partido sealado
para ayer en la Liga Nacional.
En la Liga Americana
Ted Williams recuper ayer
sus condiciones y empuj tres
carreras con un sencillo, un do-
ble y un jonrn en el desafio en
que las Medias Rojas vencieron
a los Tigres por 9 carreras a 7.
Los bostonlanos ganaron el
desafo con 7 carreras en el ter-
cer episodio. Less Moss inici la
entrada con pase y finalmente
anotaron en ella Willlard Nixon,
Dom Dlmagglo, Tom Wright Wi-
lliams, Lou Boudreau, Walter
Dropo y Bobby Doerr. De los
Tigres, en ete partido que se
caracteriz por la deficencla de
los lanzadores, el ms destacado
fuu Pat Mullin que con un jon-
rn y un sencillo empuj dos
En los Juegos Nocturnes de 1
Liga Americana
Los Medias Blancas de Chica-
go le ganaron a los Senadores
del Washington por 5 a 3, y loa
Carmelitas del San Luis por a
a 0.
Con estos resultados, el Nueva
York aument su ventaja en el
primer lugar del circuito, lo
mismo que el Chicago que mejo-
r su puntuacin en el segunda)
puesto; en cambio el San Lula
sigui hundindose en el stano.
Los juegos sealados para hoy,
son:
En la Liga Americana
Detroit en Boston, y los dos
partidos nocturnos, Cleveland en
Filadelfia y Chicago en Wash-
ington.
En la Liga Nacional
NUeva York en Chicago, y los
tres juegos nocturnos, Brooklyn
en Pittsburgh Boston en San
Luis y Filadelfia en ClnclnattL
Con lar autoridades
de Obras Pblicas \
Se hace Imprescindible la'
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitaria en el Campo da
Juegos d* SANTA RITA.
EL CUELLO APROPIADO
para SU CARA
ja/ Stan Citar)
'*/* CaBaS-
eS el distintivo
de
camisas aysm
desde Bl. 4.50
Hay una gran variedad de estilos de cuellos que
aaden nuevo inters a su personalidad porque
complementan favorablemente la forma de su
cara. En blanco y todos los colores las camisas
JAYSON se ven bien porque son mejores.
POR TODA LA NACIN
SE IMPONE JAYSON!
EL BAZAR AMERICANO
PANAMA At*. Ceatral M 7 TI
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