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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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"tovs, Sv Welff ? McMechen. W. Va., sits glumly
on Ww rtta? o the Marx Toy Company warehouse,
which was burned to the round. Flames consumed the
."avDMtt? entire year's production at a loss estimated
in ekceas of .a million doUars.__________________________
Arnulfo Will Not Defend
Himself Before Assembly
Counter Attacking UN Forces
Seal Off Korean B reakthrough
WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP)
Counter attacking United
Nations forces gained three
miles in central Korea today.
They als< sealed off a large
part of the Communist break-
through on the eastern front.
Swift allied advances on the
central and western fronts have
now wiped out all gains scored
by the CommunbU in the sec-
ond round of their spring of-
fensive.
Red i oops In the break-
through corridor around Soksa.
25 miles south of the 38th par-
allel on the Eastern front,
fought the Allies In small bands
up to mlJ-morntag today, but
US To Take Part In Any UN
Move To Settle Korean War
Portugal-Spain Git
Together For Defense
ttBON, M*r 28 (UP) u.
Oeft. Fernando Dos Santos Costa
Portugal's MlfcUter of National
Dttteyleftkjf plane early to-
day for Madrid on what was be-
lieWd"to/be a'mission to discuss
the comtnon defense of the Ibe-
rian PBjSnwla with Spanish mi-
litary authorities._________
Small Earthquake Shakes
FormosaNo Damage
TAIPEI. May 23 (UP I The
whole of Formosa was rocked
by a mild earthquake early to-
day but no damage was caused.
The tremors lasted seven-and-
a-half minutes.
Window panes rattled while
chairs and desks moved In most
homes In Taipei. Many people
were awakened by the shock.
Sen. Kefauver
Named "Father
Of The Year"
NEW YORK, May 23 (UP)
Sen. Estes Kefauver, D., Tenn..
who has four young children,
was named "Father of the Year-
today by the National Father's
Day committee.
The committee said Kefauver
was chosen because his chair-
manship of the Senate Crime
Committee "dramatically arous-
ed public consciousness and
morality. He was made a valu-
able contribution to the cause
of clean government and good
citizenship."
The 47-year-old Tennessean
is the father of three daught-
eers and one son. Eleanor. 9.
David, 5. Diane Carey. 3. and
Oail Estes, seven months.
The committee also selected
fathers of the year In special
groups:
TELEVISION: Eddie Cantor,
father of five daughters, for his
lifelong "fatherly" interest In
all young people In need.
SCREEN: James Stewart, fa-
ther of new twin daughters, for
his movie portrayals of "lovable
American prototypes."
SPORTS: Yankee shorstop
Phil Rlzzuto, for his work with
hospitalized children, boys town
and police athletic league ac-
tivities.
RADIO comedian Bob Hope
was .named winner of the com-
mittee's Humanitaria nlsm
Award for his "outstanding
work for cerebral palsy."
World Trade Week
President Truman has pro-
claimed this week World Trade
Week and lias urged business, la-
bor, agricultural, educational and
civic groups as well as people of
the United States generally to
observe the occasion with gath-
erings, discussions, exhibits, cer-
emonies and other appropriate
activities.
WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP)
__Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son said today that the United
States would participate In any
United Nations negotiations with
Red China to settle the Korean
War.
Last Friday his top assistant
on Far Eastern affairs. Assistant
Secretary of State Dean Rusk,
said the Peiplng regime may be
a colonial Russian regime, but
It was not Chinese, and the Unit-
ed States would continue to sup-
port the Nationalists on Formo-
"Xcheson said today that If
Iran Seen As Threat
Point With US Army
Tied Up In Korea
WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP)
Generr.! Omar Bradley said
today there Is a danger the
Russians will strike In Iran
while United States power to
curb such an aggression U
curbed by committments in
Korea.
His statement came as the
United States government was
assuring an angry Iran that
the United States will go along
with the nationalization .of Ir-
anian oil.
The Iranian government con-
sidered a United States call for
Britain and Iran to negotiate
their differences a* Interfer-
ence and even opposition to
Iran's nationalization plans, and
formally v.arned the United
States to mind Its own busi-
ness.
Bradley'r warning came In
his testimony before the Sen-
ate committee investigating the
dismissal of Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur.
Earlier he had said MacAr-
thur's proposals for extending
the Korean War would run the
risk of setting off World War
III.
Today he was questioned as
to the global Impact of the
Korean War on America's fight-
ing power.
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Boost In Federal Salaries Justified
By Rise In Price Index, Says Ramspeck
^mJSL 1^1 SOT oav normally fall, but a pay-increase S slightly higher percentage in- OS-7 to OS-IS were increased
recommendation tor a 6^97 pay r ^ worlfers ttre nor- crease in the lower grades. from 25 to 47 percent. Similarly,
*?** t0LS? = i i t?^ii.imn mally entitled under the national Also Kluttz reports, the Senate in the same period, the entrance
51^,^ K .SSI id Salary andwage stabilization plan may recommend that most salary of grade CPC-2 In the
Chairman Robert Ramspeck ad- 7 ., f tne empioyes about 100,000 Crafts, Protective and Custodial
mltted that the Na"onr?' 8n7 American Federation of Gov- in the CPC (Crafts. Protective Schedule was increased 96 per-
sumers Price Index has risen,9/7 ent Empioyes head office in and Custodial) service be trans- cent while that of CPC-10 the
per cent between January iu WashinBton has informed its Ca- {erred to per diem service, and highest grade in that schedule,
and March 1951. __ nal Zone locals, that the In- two allow agency boards to fix was Increased 60 percent. Details
In presenting the administra- ,on of the 9 7 percent figure their salaries in line with the of these distortions are given in
tion's recommendation to a spe- Jn the testlmony sf,0uld serve as prevailing rates in private in- Tables I and II. pages 5 and 6,
clal subcommittee of the senate ^ stron talking point in upping dustrv for similar Jobs." of the Committee Print of the
post Office and Civil Service tne ralse t0 tne iuU 10 ver_ union reaction to this sugges- Commission's report to this corn-
cent, tlon was not forthcoming, but mittee, January 31, 1951, on the
national salary and wage stabll- pay T\ge status in "The Federal portionately smaller Increases In 1945 has compressed or narrow-
lsation program." Diary," last Saturday. He report- the middle and higher brackets ed the pay schedules between
Ramspeck stated, however, that ed the 8enate Committee had al- than m the lower grades. For ex- floor and celling. The effect of
the government did not recom- ready directed the CSC to draw ample, between 1939 and 1949 the the proposal we are making will
mend thai approach, because "it up a plan for a 10 percent in- entrance salaries of grades GS-1 no more than main the existing
would be tantamount to saying crease at the entering figure to to GS-6 of the General Sched- ratio between the adult floor and
that the 10 percent celling is not the OS grades. ule were Increased from 50 to 75 the celling of the Classification
maximum limitation, below He also reported the Senate percent, while the entrance aa- Act of 1940.
there were any Korean peace
negotiations they would be with
the people who were causing the
trouble the Red Chinese.
He said if the Chinese could
be brought to the point of nego-
tiations these negotiations would
have to be between Red China
and the United Nations.
This declaration came as in-
formed quarters In the United
Nations were saying the Chinese
Reds might soon be formally of-
fered a Korean cease-fire based
on a 20 mile buffer zone north of
the 38th parallel.
The likelihood of such an of-
fer Is believed substantiated by
General Omar Bradley's testi-
mony before the Senate com-
mittee investigating Gen. Doug-
las MacArthur's ouster. Bradley
said that though the United
States still desires an indepen-
dent and unified Korea "I think
we could consider It a victory
with something less than that."
Bradley's statement came amid
Intangible reports of peace feel-
ers from the Russian led Com-
munist world.
Canada, believing the United
Nations are now "talking from
strength" Is exchanging opnlons
with other United Nations mem-
bers on the possibility If a new
peace approach to Red China.
Apprentice Exams
Scheduled On CZ
Examinations for selection of
personnel for 32 craft appren-
ticeships in the Canal-Railroad
organization will be held May 26
and 27 at Balboa High School, it
was announced by the Personnel
Bureau.
They will start at 8:45 a.m.
and extend over the two-day
period.
Applications for admittance to
the examinations must be post-
marked or be received by 4:15
p.m. tomorrow.
Those who wish to take the
examination should contact the
Chief of the Employment and
Utilization Division, Personnel
Bureau, Room 102. Administra-
tion Building, Balboa Heights,
telephone 2-1077.
The apprenticeships to be
established will be in 16 crafts
in the Electrical, Municipal,
Dredging and Commissary Divi-
sions and the Panam Railroad
Press.
The examinations will be open
only to young between the ages
of 17V4 and 22 years, except In
the case of veterans and some
others for whom the age require-
ments may be waived In some
cases.
The apprenticeship positions
Include the following: wlreman,
cablespllcer. armature winder,
apprentice mechanic, machinist,
pipefitter, electrician, printer,
shiDfitter. bollermaker. sheet-
metal worker, boatbuilder, plan-
ing mill hand, rigger, shipwright
and painter.
Atlantic Hurricane
Near Bermuda Keeps
Movinjr Eastward
WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP).
The United States Weather
Bureau said today that an At-
lantic hurricane was moving
eastward at 15, to 20 miles per
hour 300 miles north and a little
west of Bermuda at 6 p.m. today.
Winds of about 80 miles per
hour were reported near the
center of the hurricane and gales
extended outward at about 130
miles per hour.
The Weather Bureau said the
storm was expected to continue
Its movement toward the east.
by noon their resistance .had
died out.
It appeared that these forces
also were joining the Red re-
treat.
On the central front the
United States 2nd Division re-
captured Hangye, 15 miles east
of Chunchon, and wheeled east
Into the flank of the shrinking
Soksa breakthrough corridor.
Lt. Gen. Edward Almond,
commander of the 10th Corps,
main target of last week's as-
sault, said his entire corps was
on the offensive and making
excellent progress.
The withdrawing Communists
left only small forces all along
the front to delay the advanc-
ing Allies. These were pushed
back in scattered fighting.
British and American task
forces plunged north on the
west central front in pursuit of
Red Armies described In field
dispatches as being "to full re-
treat."
Fighter planes swarmed over
the front blasting the retreat-
ing Reds In balmy weather.
Fighters and light bombers
continued harrying Red supply
lines.
Meanwhile a third American
sailor has died from wounds
received to a dual between
United Btates ahlps and Red
shore batteries at Wonaan, on
Korea's east coast.
One shell burst In the air
over the battleship New Jersey
and another struck her No. 1
gun turret. Shell fragments also
struck the United States des-
troyer Brlnkley,
The United States ships sil-
enced the shore batteries.
Deposed President of Panam Dr. Amulfo Arias this
morning made a dramatic announcement from his cell in
police headquarters that he will not defend himself Fri-
day at his trial by the National Assembly for abuse of
constitutional powers.
While the country feverishly awaited the most sen-
sational trial in the history of the Republic, Arnulfo from
his cell drafted the communication to the Assembly that
he would make no attempt to defend himself.
Arnulfo's statement said he had reached the convic-
tion that the Assembly will not act in his case with justice
"because it is composed of my political and personal
enemies.
The overthrown president, who
staged a bloody but futile defense
of the Presidencia after his Im-
peachment by the Assembly, re-
vealed in his statement that he
was rescinding the power of at-
torney previously granted to Jose
N. Lasso de la Vega, brilliant Pa-
nama lawyer.
Arnulfo did not say whether
he himself would appear before
the Assembly but he made lt clear
that he had no hope of acquittal
from that body.
His statement read:
"I will not make any attempt
to defend myself Friday be-
cause I have reached the convic-
tion that the National Assembly
will not act In my case with a
Juridical and Just criterion since
it is composed of my political and
personal enemies."
He pointed out that he had re-
considered his position, adding
that he had chosen "to await the
Second-Class Mall
Rales May Go Up
60 Per Cent In US
WASHINGTON, Mav 23 (UP)
The House Post Office Com-
mittee was approved a 60 per
cent Increase In rates on sec-
ond-class mall such as news-
papers and magazines. The hike
would be spread over a three-
year period with a 20 per cent
Increase each vear.
Before the Bill becomes law.
it must be passed by the House
and Senate and signed by the
President.
A committee member said the
proposed Increase was approved
by a 17-6 vote. It Is a substitute
for President Truman's proposal
to double the rates on second
class mail over three years.
Besides rejecting Mr. Tru-
man's 100 per cent increase, the
Committee voted down proposals
to raise the rate 75. 80 or 45
per cent. Then it apnroved an
amendment bv Rep. Edward H
Rees. R.. Kan., for the three
annual 20 per cent increases.
The legislation calls for the
first increase shortly after it
bceomes law. The others would
be made annually thereafter.
The committee adopted an-
other Rees amendment leaving
at current mall rates now-pro-
fit publications of non-profit
religious, educational, scientific,
philanthropic, agriculture, vet-
erans, labor or fraternal organ-
izations. Such publications al-
ready have mall rates lower
than those for commercial pub-
lications.
The 60 per cent boost wo-H
yield an estimated $24,000,000
annually.
ARCTo~Mt
Tonight In Balboa
Lodge No. 14 of the AFGE
will hold Its regular monthlv
meeting upstairs in Balboa
Clubhouse tonight, commencing
at 7:30. This month's meeting
was postponed from the third
to the fourth Wednesday to al-
low the corresponding secretary
time to take a month's leave In
the United States.
A report will be made on
legislation now pending before
the Congress. Including the
status of retroactive Income tax,
leave, and pay billa.
National Vice President Chase
will donate another 25 savings
bond aa a door prize. Visitors
are Invited.
N. York-Caracas
Plane Sits Down
Minus An Engine
MIAMI, May 23. (UP). Pan
American Airways today report-
ed that a New York-to-Caracas
passenger plane lost one of four
engines and had to make an
emergency landing In Puerto
Rico at 7:47 a.m. EST.
PAA said there was no injury
to the five-man crew or the
ten passengers aboard. Fire
damaged the mountings around
one engine which dropped off
and Captain Frank M. Selken
landed at the first available
airport Losey Field near
Ponce on the south coast of
Puerto Rico.
dictate of the people and of his-
tory."
Meanwhile, in Panama city a
call for another huge demonstra-
tion at the time of the trial has
been sounded by the same organ-
izations that led the movement
against Arnulfo earlier this)
month.
Among them Is the newly form-
ed Isthmian Women's Union. The
women played a decisive role In
the movement which finally
drove the National Police Into
action against the former ruler.
The organisations beckoned
the people to march to the Na-
tional Assembly to "see that Jus-
tice is done."
Israelis Halt Work
On Border Project
After UN Order
TEL AVIV. May 23 (UP).
Drainage work In the disputed
Lake Huleh region on the Israeli-
Syrian frontier was stopped td-
day In compliance with the Uni-
ted Nation* Security Council
order.
News that the declamation pro-
ject had been suspended coincid-
ed with unconfirmed Israeli re-
ports from the swamplands that
the Increased movements of Sy-
rian troops had been observed in
the past 48 hours.
In Damacus a Syrian military
spokesman had previously charg-
ed that the Israeli decision to
continue some drainage work in
the demilitarized zone was a
violation of the United Nation*
Security Council order.
3#-.'i
ABOUT 56 INDIANS from Tigre Island in the San Bias Ilka
'he three above will dance on the lawn in front of the Admi-
nistration Building at Balboa Heights tomorrow afternoon at a
Iree performance to which the public Is invited. In case of rain.
the dance will be held at the Balboa Stadium
The Cuna Indians will dance about 3:10 following a few
numbers by the Balboa High School Band starting at 3. The
exhibition of native dance* will last about 45 minutes.
Arrangements have been made for students In Balboa to
see the dancing and the Balboa School Busses will be held un-
til the performance Is over.
This grouD of Indians is appearing this week at the Colon
Fair and thev will return to Colon following their appearance
al Balboa Heights.


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THE PANAMA AMKKK AN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrive
Cristbal
!! fhlrlqu*................................May 28
S.8. levers Bend ...............................june 4
S.S. hiriqui...................................jlne 11
(||.idllnr Rrfriftratrd (hilled an* Cea ara I Cargo)
Arrives
New York Freight Service Cristbal
8.S. Cape Avinof ...............................May 26
S.S. Cspe Cod ..............................V.VjSS 3
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................June 9
freight Sailing. Weekly from Havana to Crlatobal
Weakly Salllnii m New fork, Los Angola, Son francHco Seattla
Orta* tonal Sailing lo New Orleani ano Mobile.
(The Sleamm In Ihls servir aro llmllrd lo Iwtlva paaeeagan)
rrequrnt freight Salllnn (ram Cristobal to tfatl Coaat Contral America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. hiriqui......(Passenger Service Only)......May 29
S.S. (hiriqui...................................June J2
TELEPHONES:
CK1STOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2864 COLON 2
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GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
i?' ."AIA MARIA" .............Due Cristbal, May 30th
8.8. SANTA BARBARA" .........Due Cristbal. June 6th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
I- !!SAA CECILIA" ...........sails Cristbal. May 28th
8.8. "SANTA MARGARITA" ......Sails Cristbal. June 4th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
If : ."?*? FLAVIA"..............Due Balboa. May 25th
M.V. "ANCHOR HITCH".............Due Balboa. May 29th
FROM CRfSTBAtTO WEST COAST'CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
M.V. "GUNNER'S KNOT"..........Sails Cristbal. May 28th
'Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Criciohal 2144 2135 Panam 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1567 2159
For a better dinner ... in order to enjoy the delicate
taste of a real good wine ... try a bottle of
"SPARKLING RHEINCOLD"
You will enjoy every drop of it . ,
You will be delighted . .
"Sparkling Rheingold"
Sold at a Special Price.
Cia. Dlers t Ullrich, S.A.
Coln and Panam.
Angellni Panam
Brokerage Scrap Brewing;
in Pacific Shipping
"Tremors traceable to Wash-
ington indicate the Pacific Coast
brokerage issue may break
through anew into a three-way
scrap between the Federal Marl-
time Administration, freight for-
warders and a group of seven
steamship conferences." accord-
ing to a recent Issue of the Paci-
fic Shipper. The forecast contin-
ues:
"The brewing battle apparent-
ly will be over a rule proposed by
the conferences covering the
payment of brokerage. It is pro-
posed by the Pacific Coast Ca-
ribbean Seaports. Pacific Coast,
Panama Canal. Pacific Coast Riv-
er Plate, Brazil; Pacific West
Coast South America, CAPCA
Pacific Straits and Pacific Indo-
nesian conferences. It states, in
paraphrase:
"Nothing herein contained
shall prevent any member line
from paying brokerage to a per-
son, firm or corporation who is
employed by carrier and shipper
to bring them together in order
that they may enter Into a con-
tract of shipment which shall
thereafter result In a shipment
of goods over carriers' vessel or
vessels. Such payment shall not
be in excess of one and one-
fourth per cent of the freight
charges based on the applicable
freiglyrates applying from Paci-
fic Coast ports of loading to port
of discharge only, and not inclu-
sive of heavy lift or extra length
charges; and shall be made only
in instances where the broker
produces proof to the conference
chairman that said brokerage Is
a proper payment for the produc-
tion of traffic secured for the
carrier, due to the effort of such
broker, and proof that If the bro-
ker Is a,oo a forwarder, he has
registered with the Federal Mar
rltlme Board pursuant to General
Order 72 and upon certification
to the conference chairman.
"The conferences propose to
put the rule Into effect as soon as
the FMB approves an enabling
clause In Its agreement. The rule
presently is being studied by the
Maritime Administration's divi-
sion of regulations.
"The conferences have been
asked informally to consider the
hiring of an impartial arbiter to
make the decisions."
American Shipping
Falls Short of Goal
"For many years the goal of
the American Merchant Marine
has (jeen to carry at least 50 per
cent of United States exports and
imports, as well as all of Its do-
mestic cargoes susceptible of
water transportation." Frazer A.
Bailey, president of the National
Federation of American shipping,
told the group's convention at
Rye. N.Y. last week.
"In 1950 American shipping
fell short of that goal, as It has
for the last few years," he conti-
nued.
He added that though moder-
ate In capital structure, taxes,
employment and purch a s 1 n g
power, American shipping exerts
a tremendous Influence upon US
economy and particularly upon
national security.
He submitted the following
table showing the percentage of
American exports and imports
carried in U.S. flag ships during
the past 13 years.
The figures exclude trade with
Canada and cargo carried on
military controlled vessels. In-
cluding Canadian trade, dry car-
go Imports and exports carried
In U.S. commercial ships aver-
aged only 31.2'" in 1950.
Year
1938
1946
1948
1950
Total
Dry Cargo Tanker
Exports Imports
Exports Imports
U.S. %U.S.
Tons Flag Tons Flag
1.8 14 .8 53
.8 38 1.8 76
.6 25 2.3 76
.4 42 3.7 54
*U.S. ToU.S. %VS.
Tons Flag Tons Flag Tons Flag
6.2 26 1.9 24 1.7 30
8.0 68 4,0 71 1.4 65
8.8 55 3.8 46 2.1 55
8.9 45 2.3 36 2.6 38
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WEDNESDAY. MAT l. MSI
TBE rANAMA AMKE1CAN AN INDEPENDENT BAIL NEWSPAPER
PAGE
By Raymond Lahr
WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP) Chairman
ichard B. Russell, D., Ga., rebuked Sep. Alexander
filey, R., Wis., yesterday for charging a "white-
wash" in the MacArthur hearings and demanding
[hat President Truman be called as a witness. ^,
At a strained session of the Senate Investigat-
lg Committee, Russell announced that he has no
Intention of forwarding to President Truman a letter
In which Wiley-charged that the Chief Executive
had lowered an "iron curtain" on testimony about
lis dismissal of Gen.' Douglas MacArthur.
Wiley replied that he. did not mean to say in his
tter that the investigation already has become a
'whitewash." He also denounced as "a damned lie"
jewspaper reports that he was out to "get Adminis-
ration witnesses-."
Sen. Charles W. Tobey, R., N.
L, saw the hearings have taken
fa very distinct political trend"
id urged his colleague.to "rtag
wh the curtain" on the lnves-
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tigatlon "for the good or the
ountry."
Tobey said *me Senator*
"with absolutely no. military
training or (umption or com-
mon sense" are harassing the
nation's military leaders wrfn
uesf ion*, and that pusian
Premier Josef Stalin is the only
one. who is gaining anything
from it all.
"When it Is all over, Mac-
Arthur will still be deposed and
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall will still be the man
in charge of the Defense of
this country," Tobey said.
Wiley touched off an angry
partisan row In the committee a
Week ago by demanding that
den. Omar N. Bradley, chairman
o the Joint Chiefs or Stair, give
details or an April 6 White House
meeting on the dismissal of Mac-
Arthur.
Braoley said he would b- -'?ri
to testify about the "conclusions"
of the meeting and the recom-
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the hand was being played In a
pair tournament he felt obliged
to fight for the part score.
Perhaps East'should have none
on to three spades but he was a-
frald that he would be doubled
and set. He reasoned that his op-
ponents might easily be In a bad
contract and that' it would be
unwise for him to rescue them.
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and continued with the Jack.
South ruffed and considered the
dummy carefully. Apparently he
wag bound to lose a spade, a
heart, and two diamonds, so that
the contract seemed to depend
on losing no trump tricks. De-
clarer's first impulse, therefore,
was to cash the king of clubs and
finesse dummy's Jack. Calmer
counsel, however, prevailed.
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ed to the dummy with a heart
arid -ruffed a third round of
spades. He next led to dummy's
remaining high heart and ruffed
dummy's last spade. East's dia-
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highly revealing.
Bast had raised spades with
nly three cards in that suit.
Moreover, he had doubled two no-
trump. Obviously, East had a
smattering of high cards and
these were bound to Include the
ace of diamonds
South continued by leading his
remaining heart, and East won
with the queen. East returned
that South would let the trick
ride to West's queen. As It hap-
pened. South was sure of the lo-
cation of the ace of diamonds
and therefore put up his king.
By this time declarer had al-
ready won six tricks, so that he
needed only three trump tricks
to fulfill his contract. He exited
from his hand with a diamond,
and East was ohllged to win with
the ace. Now Csst hd.to lead
trumps, thus gtefnjr dnmmv a
free finesse ar* the Contract.
If South had drawn trumps
early ln the play of the hand, he
would have been set two tricks
That line of 'a* would haye led
to the !os of a snarl*. a hesrt.
two diamonds, and two trumps.
mendations of the Joint Chiefs,
but could not try to recall all the
conversation without violating
his "confidential relationship"
with the President.
After three days of wrangling,
the conrmlttee voted 18 to 8 to
uphold Bradley's stand. Six Re-
publicans voted with the Demo-
cratic majority to sustain Brad-
ley. -
Wiley reopened the right by
handing out to reporters a let-
ter which he had addressed to
Russell. The letter said Demo-
. i cratlc members, of the group and
' exhibited "a frantic desire to
i cover up and whitewash."
Wiley asked that his letter De
forwarded to President Truman
in the hope that It would cause
him to "reconsider" and author-
ize Bradley to tell all about
White House discussions.
The next day, Wiley demanded
in a press statement that Mr.
Truman himself be haled before
the committee. If he refused to
appear, Wiley said, the committee
"might well consider" subpoena-
ing him.
Russell opened yesterday's
hearing By reading Wiley's let-
ter.
He said he had not commented
on It previously because he "did
not think it was proper for me
to transact the business of the
committee ln the press," an ob-
vious thrust at Wiley for making
the letter public.
Russell said the letter was "a
rather serious reflection upon
the integrity and motives of a
majority of the members of
this committee." Be aid he did
not consider It a "legitimate"
request for Information and
that he did not plan to forward
It.
"That Is okay with me," Wiley
replied. He added that he would
present h4> views "personally" to
the President.
WUey then remarked that he
had seen "various inspired news-
paper reports to the effect that
I was a party to a strategy of
getting some administration wit-
nesses."
"I say that Ls a damned He"
he cried. "I never talked with
any of my associate... there was
no strategy of any kind nor any
thought..."
Wiley 'did not complete the,
sentence, but added that "if you
look through my record you will I
not find that I have attacked I
personally one Individual."
Wiley did not specifv what
newspaper reports he had in
mind. But there have been *
number of published stories
** WUey-a GOP colleagues
felt he had "bungled" a stra-
tegy which called for threat-
ening Secretary of State Dean
Aeheson a future witness
with contempt prosecution if
he refused to divulge con-
fidential White House talks.
By JOHN L. STEEL!
WASHINGTON. May 23 (0T>
Gen. Omar N. Bradley sharp-
ly told a senator, yesterday that
the Joint Chiefs of Staff and all
of their top advisers agree,that
"we should fight this (Korean)
war the way we are fighting It."
Bradley said the strategy is to
kill so many Chinese Reds-
north or south of the 38th
parallel that "they will be
willing to negotiate- a peace
with the United Nations."
He said that If tese fac-
tions are wrong; -as Gen.
Douglas MacArthur has
charged "then all of oar
military people, all of oar
top people who are respon-
sible for worldwide strategy
...are all wrong."
In his fourth day of testimony
before Senators Investigating
MacArthur's dismissal, the
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff revealed that "present"
U. 8. policy does not call for
driving all Communist forces out
of North Korea.
He termed It a "wait and see
proposition" which may hinge
on how the current Communist
offensive turns out.
Under questioning Bradley
conceded that U. S. military
leaders "underestimated" the
strength, equipment and fight-
ing ability of North Korean
forces at the outset of the war.
He said the possibility of
Chinese Communist interven-
tion was "considered" before U.
S. forces went into Korea, but
"we did not think thev would
come into the fighting ln South
Korea."
Sen. Bourke B. Hlckenlooper.
R.t la., aroused Bradley's Ire bv
asserting that present strategy
is "indecisive" and based on a
"mere hope that the Chinese
Reds will get tired."
"Senator," Bradley snapped,
"The Chiefs of Staff are una-
nimous in believing that we
should fight this war as we are
"ow ft"ht'ii It...and in addi-
tion their starts believe that
wav."
"If we are following the wrong
tactics ln trying to get a de-
cision, then all of our people,
all of our top people who are
responsible for worldwide stra-
tegy and who have knowledge
of our capability, are all wrong,
and you are right."
Bradley repeated his warnings
that MacArthur's proposals for
exr>andln mit a dangerously large per-
centage of U. S. armed power
to a struggle with* Red China. :
"I think It woaTd be better
to keep some of our re-
sources in case we are Jump-
ed by an all-out world war
and not have them all com-
mitted against Chins," he
said.
Bradley said that was what he
meant by his now-famous state-
ment in his first dav of testi-
mony that MacArthur's strategy
would "get us In the wrong war
at the wrong tune ln the wrong
place with the wrong enemy."
Hlckenlooper asked If Gen.
Host S. Vandenberg. Air Force
Chief ot Staff, did not share
MacArthur's view that U. S.
planes should be allowed to
bomb Red bases ln Manchuria.
"No. sir," Bradley replied. "He
does not believe It would be de-
cisive."
He explained that strategic
bombing must strike the ene-
my's "centers of production"
and these are ln Russia, not
Manchuria.
Bradley said "none" of the top
military planners believes the
results of bombing Manchurlan
bases would be worth the risk
of bringing Russia into the Ko-
rean war.
Bradley said "we will hope"
that after the current Red of-
fensive the United States will be
ln a position to "propose some-
thing" ln the wav of terms for
peace negotiations.
Hlckenlooper asked what
terms this country would ac-
cept.
"That is a political decision."
Bradley replied. He added that
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WEDNESDAY. MAT 1. Its
Dodgers Trounce Pirates 17-8 To Maintain Leac
Pan American World Airways
Isthmian Invitational Tourney
Great interest U being shown
by Isthmian golfers In the Pan-
American World Airways Isth-
-which will be played at Gamboa
'during June.
Application are pouring in
"" from all Club* and many indl-
-vlduals who haven't previously
played the Gamboa course are
taking full advantage of the two
weeks before Qualifying dates, to
- play under all weather condi-
Hlter Is Chairman of the Greens
Committee, If so .this fact ex-
plains a great deal to golfers who
know the good work Hlter has
done at other courses, especially
at Panama. All greens were rak-
ed and filled last week and now
have a luxurious growth of grass
on them. The rains, prevented
their mowing and consequently
they are slow, but oh how true.
The players who depend on their
flons. putting for low scores should
The heavy rains last week have a glorious time on Gamboa's
restricted the play of many who greens. The fairways are In ex-
arrived in the afternoon, but cellent condition with a matty
those who chose the mornings
lor their rounds were able to
complete play before the rains
started.
One nice advantage found at
se Gamboa course Is Its quick
HJfralnine feature. One afternoon
last week a heavy rain forced
two foursomes to seek shelter.
aEhc rain poured down steadily
arfer approximately twenty mln-
^ftes and the fairways were well
^soaked. One foursome was play-
3g No. l and the other was play-
_g No. 3 when the rain started.
cushion of grass which had the
benefit of dry season sprlngling
from a water system that takes
advantage of the closeness of the
Chegres river. The gang mowers
are In constant service cutting
the rough and when the rains
prevent the use of machinery
macheteros are out in force. If
some excellent golf is not played
during this PAA Invitational
Tournament it won't be because
the course isn't In perfect condi-
tion.
Harry Hart, chairman of the
committee handling the details
h fairways have well defined! of the PAA Tournament has
pes and within ten minutes everything ready to care for the
ter the rain had stopped the large number of golfers who are
games were resumed without expected to play the qualifying
hindrance from standing water. rounds.
The greens and fairways show Get your entry application into
the beneficial effects of, the sys- hands of the Tournament Com-
tem of maintenance now in force. mlttee at Gamboa before May
understand that Rudolph 28th.
Thirteen Americans Reach 3rd
Round In 'British Amateur'
hree Cristobal Tigers On
All C.Z. Basketball Team
The coaches of the Inter- rather than against. Arnold has
scholastic teams picked six men | one more season, he Is 5- 8"
for All C. Z-. Basketball team of I weighs 140. George is 5' 8" 135
1951. The Champions of Cristobal lbs. and will be seen again next
H. S. placed Anderson, Manning, j year,
and Bailey. Junior College had "Skippy" Anderson 6' and
Trout and G. McArthur followed
by Balboas' Jim Brady.
Wally Trout, J. C has been
playing basketball ever since he
weighing 152 lbs. isa fifteen year
old freshman, the baby of the
league, but after watching him
play all games this season he
was knee high and has plenty | earned the right to be right In
of basketball savy. He has been with the "Old Pros" Skippy play-
a top-notch player for years. An ed one side of the pivot In the
excellent guard, he was always Cristobal offence and was a good
placed to guard the-opponents passer In feeding team mates
toughest man. He held Brady to, breaking by and also was able to
thre baskets after spotting Brady i score when the opportunity came
about three Inches in height. At! up as he was eltner first or see-
the back boards on rebounds he | ond high on the Cristobal team
could not be excelled. As a point, In all games. Should he continue
getter for his team he was con- to improve In the next three
slstantly in the top bracket, years as much as he has a fresh-
Wally has played his last year man he should be one of the
at J. C. and the best that could greatest basketball players to
be said is that his opponents are come from the Canal Zone,
glad to see him go, not because i AH In all It Is a powerful ag-
of dislike, since hi* conduct on gregation. They have height
the court Is surpassed by none. I speed and skill and Basketball
but because he has been a thorn Know-How.
in their sides. Wally is 6' 1" and j----------------________
Bob Bailey and Wally Trout liCHy WH DC
were unanimous choices and,
placed as Co-Capt. Bailey, stocky Auiartf Mlevk* A 4
Cristobal guard, with a uod eye **eell|| frig 111 Ml
for the basket and enough speed ,
to be very deceptive, was one ol M 31* Par it 3 f*Vlti
PORTHCAWL, Wales. May 23
(UP), The Yanks kept coming
yesterday In the second round of
the British Amateur Golf Cham-
pionships at Porthcawl, Wales.
When the final putt had been
dropped, Defending Champion
Frank Stranahan of Toledo and
12 other Americans had reached
the third round of the tourney
being played near Wales. A
driving rain, later followed by
stiff, cold winds off the Irish sea,
had some of the Americans play-
ing below form, but still good
enough to win.
Still in the running are such
standouts as 1947 British Ama-
teur Winner Willie Turnes nt
Blmosford. New York; United
States amateur king bamniy i-.-
zetta of Rochester, New York and
five other members of the U. 8.
Walker Cup team Dick Chap-
man of Pinehurst, North Caroli-
na; Bill Campbell of HunMng-
ton, West Virginia; Charley Coe
of Oklahoma City; Jim McHale
of Philadelphia and Bob Knowles
of Brookllne, Massachusetts.
The others who reached the
third round were Francis Wln-
lnger of Guthrie. Oklahoma, d
Lowrey of San Francisco. Major
William Henderson of Westbury,
New York and Dr. Nicholas Ni-
cholas and Harreld Kirkpatrlck,
both from Owensboro, Kentucky.
Five other Americans were
eliminated yesterday, including
Walker Cupper Harold Paddock
of Cleveland. The four others
who dropped by the wayside
were W. P. Scott of San Fran-
cisco; Ted Bassett of Rye, New
York; George Coleman of Miami,
Oklahoma: and William Ebert of
San Francisco. T. R. Garlington
of Atlanta and Richard Gibson,
of Los Angeles withdrew before
yesterday's play and forfeited
second round matches.
The blond, muscular Strana-
han had the easiest match of the
day. He led by seven after 11
holes when Ebert conceded the
12th to give stranahan and 8-
and-8 victory. Frank started with
a birdie and parred the next five
holes. He was five-up at the turn
and took the 10th and 11th.
Urzetta, trying to become the
Belmont Stakes May Decide
'51 Three-Year-Old Champion
By UNITED PRESS
Team
Brooklyn
. Chicago .
sixth golfer in history to win Boston
both the American and English I St. Louis .
There's a growing feeling
among turf fans that the Bel-
mont Stakes third jewel in
racing's Triple Crown will
have the most glitter this year.
The big reason is the odd si-
tuation existing among the
three-year-olds. The winner of
the Kentucky Derby, 'Count
Turf," dldnt run In the Preak-
nefis last week at Pimllco. And
by the same token. Preakness
winner "Bold." passed up the
Derby at Louisville, two weeks
before.
A big stakes race between the
two Is necessary to clear the
muddled picture, and the Bel-
mont fills the bill. And to make
the Belmont even more import-
ant, the entry list is likely to In-
clude, "Battlefield," last year's
two-year-old champion which
won his first race of the season
yesterday.
Then, too, -Uncle Miltie." is
being pointed for the Belmont
despite a disappointing showing
in early season races. "Royal
Mustang." second In the Derby,
and "Counterpoint," second In
the Preakness also are slated to
run In the Belmont.
If all six go to the post at the
swank New York track June 16,
then the Belmont truly will be
a "dream race.' Speed alone
wont be enough to take first mo-
ney in the rugged one and one-
half mile test, where stamina
down that stretch spells the dif-
ference between a champion and
just another colt.
The easy Preakness win scored
by Mrs. Dodge Sloane's Bold
which won by even lengths
set Jockey Eddie Arcaro singing
the colt's praises.
"He's the best three-year-old
In the country,'' says Eddie.
Arcaro's win In the Preakness
was his fourth, mpre than any
other Jockey has ever done.
However, the stunning win by
Bold, hasn't dimmed the en-
thusiasm of Count Turf's owner,
Jack Amlel, or his trainer, Sol
Rutchick. Rutchick says; "Count
Turf positively will be ready for
the Belmont Stakes."
The trainer adds, "I plan to
run him once before the Bel-
mont in the Peter Pan Hand-
icap, and then he'll be ready."
Count Turf became ill a few
weeks back, but Rutchick says
the colt has been galloping for
a couple of days. If all goes well,
the $100,000 Belmont should be
a whale of a race.
Seventeen Sprinters
Being Groomed For
K. of C. Century
Seventeen speedsters are be-
ing groomed by tneir coaches tor
the unlgnts of Columbus Cen-
tury, wnicn will be one of tne
attactions of the Canal Zone
iraca. Field, and Cycle Cham-
pionships siatea lor tne La Boca
oall fane, on Memorial Day.
Included In the classic iteld
will be the first, second, end
third place winners of the USAK-
CAtiio championships if arran-
gements with the military auth-
orities are successlul.
The prestige of the American
colony will be upheld by Charlie
McAnhur, U.S. rtate Inierscnoi-
astlc spruit champion, and the
vastly improved Boo Young, both
ot wnom will don the coiors of
the Balcrlste Club.
The famous Club Polica of
Panama, coacr.ed by Charile Bel-
lizalre, will send to the starting
line Marcus Wilson, Lester So-
ui r*. Clrllle Thompson, and Al-
fred Richards who has graduat-
ed from the ranks of the Class B
runners.
Aston Parchment's re-activat-
ed Club Mercurio has enrolled
Phillip Malcolm, present Isth-
mian sprint champion, Jennings
Blackett, former Central Amer-
ican title-holder now on an im-
pressive comeback, R e g 1 n a Id
Matthews, and Albert Hall.
The Iiigh-riaing Abel Bravo
Club of Coln is trophy-crazy
with such impressive streaks as
Oliver Swaby, Eric Ferguson, Al-
fred Grenlon, and Redman Nu-
nez.
Hodges Hits Two Homers
To Take Over Leadership
I y United Prtis
NEW YORK, May 23 The Dodger, went on
rampage last night whilt crushing the. Pirte j 17-8 Pittsburgh. Tht game wot held up almost an hour du
to a severa electrical storm, but later the Dodgers ur
leashed a storm of their own which put nature's to shame
Gil Hodges hit his 12th and 13th home runs to take ove!
the Major League lead-
At the finish of the slaughter
the Dodgers were on top the Na-
tional League standings by a
game-and-a-half.
In other leu frightening dis-
plays, the Braves defeated the
Cards 7-3 in a St. Louis night
game while In the America
League tht White Sox edged the
Senators 9-8 In a Washington
lief pitcher Harry Dorlsh had t
come on and stop the Senatoi
for the second straight da'
pitching a thre-hitter in the fins
four innings. The Senators mad
six runs In the fifth. Nelson Fo,
hit a two-run lnslde-tbe-par
homer a sthe White Box cam
from behind to triumph.
Allle Reynolds turned in hi
straight road victory, the Yank-
ees neat the Browns 6-1 at
Yankee Stadium, the Indians
National League American League
the key Cristobal men on of-.
_Xaslve and defensive. His ability j
to hit from both sides of the i
-court made him a tough man to
guard. He is deadly at the free
throw lino. Bob is a Jr. 5' 9"
weighs 160 lbs.
Big Jim Brady, tall Balboa
center was the man around
which the Balboa attack and de-
fense was built. A scoring threat
at all times, his specialty was a
tip In after a missed foul shot
or a field goal by a team mate.
The annual award night will
be staged at the Margarita Gym-
nasium this Friday at 7:30 p.m.
This program is sponsored by the
Margarita Recreational Associa-
tion, and they deserve a great
deal of credit for their efforts
during the past year.
Awards, will be given to the
children who have accumulated
the most points during the en-
tire school year. First, second,
A good ball handler Jim 6' 3",and third piaces will be given
163 lbs. He will be the keystone also.
man for Balboa next year. | The program will Include a
Arnold Manning of Cristobal gymnastic exhibition, which will
and Geo. McArthur of J. C. are i be followed by refreshments
the two pee-wees of the squad.: __----------------------
They make up in speed and'
hustle what they lack in a size. FROM NEW SOURCES
Both are adapt at stealing the
ball and breaking into score.; state College Pa. Manning was better in the scor-! Penn State meets Wisconsin and
Ing department but both are Texas Christian In football for
good to have playing lor you the first time in 1953.
amateur crowns, scored 3-and-2
over Steve Tredlnnlck of Eng-
land. If Urzetta succeeds he joins
the select list made up of Walker
Travis. Jess Sweetser, Bobby
Jones, Lawson Little and Turesa.
Turnesa, McHale and Coe all
won by a 6-and-5 score. Turnesa
eliminated Rudolfo Bullrich of
Argentina, McHale scored over K.:'
G. Patrick of England and Coe
beat George Coleman of Miami,
Oklahoma. Major William Hen-
derson defeated K. W. Walker of
Scotland, one-up and Kirkpatrlck
won by the same score over Jack-
son Taggart of England. Camp-
bell won 5-and-3 over Henry Ho-
well of Scotland. Wlninger took
C. D. Lawrie of Scotland 4-and-
3. Chapman won 3-and-l over P.
K. Kelly of England. Knowles
won 3-end-2 over Graham Knlpe
of Scotland the same win-
ning score racked up by Lowrev
over H. H. Palmer of England.
Dr. Nicholas won 4-and-2 over
Francis Watt of Scotland.
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Boston at St. Louis.
Brooklyn at Pit
New York at CK .
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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Brooklyn 17, Pittsburgh 8.
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Boston 7, St. Louis 2.
New York at Chicago.
(Postponed, rain).
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
(Postponed, rain).
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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By GILBERTO THORNE
Gamboa's Club Montlcello will
consider sponsoring a city
basketball league directly after
their May 30 dance at the Club
Tania of Panama City. Music for
this occasion will be furnished by
one of Panama's best orchestra,
Tropicana.
At least three groups are mak-
St. Louis 100 000 0001 4 1
New York 040 010 lOx6 9 2
Garvcr (5-3), Suchecki and
Lollar. Reynolds (3-3) and Be-
rra.
(Night Game)
Chicago 9, Washington 8.
(Night Game)
Cleveland 6, Philadelphia 2.
FOR RIDING HONORS
Camden. N. 3. (NEA) The
battle for riding honors at Gar-
den State Park's current meeting
is developing into a torrid one
ing preparations for entering Jf1t,1*e*nP.lmin7 s,out and Fer-
:i .mi.- in this league.
nando Fernandez.
Battlefield Scores
First Win Of Year
NEW YORK, May 23 (UP).
The juvenile champion of 1950
George Widener's Battlefield"
scored his first victory of the sea-
son yesterday by taking the Oar-
den City Purse at Belmont.
Battlefield, which passed up
the Kentucky Derby and Preak-
ness but is pointing for the Bel-
mont Stakes, finished one length
In front of "Nullify." Larry Mc-
Phail's "General Staff" was third
In the field of seven at the New
York Track.
It Is the third start of the year
for Battlefield. The chestnut colt
was beaten by "Uncle Mlltle" sev-
eral weeks ago, retired to the
farm and returned to finish sec-
ond in the Swift Stakes last Wed-
nesday.
The crowd of 20,000 saw Eddie
Arcaro hustle Battlefield to the
front shortly after the break,
open daylight rounding Into the
stretch and win handily.
All seven in yesterday's field
are eligible for the Belmont and
most of them are expected to
enter the Withers Mile this Sa-
turday.
Battlefield covered the six-
furlongs in one -10 and one-
fifth seconds. Backed down to
l-to-5. Battlefield paid three-20,
two-40 and two-20.
Sugar Ray* Easily
Whips Kid Marcel
PARIS. May 23 (UP).-Middle-
weight Champion Ray Robinson
has proved again that he's the
boss.
Ray took on the rrench middle-
weight champ Kid Marcel
1 na non-title go Monday after-
noon In Paris. And Marcel took
such a beating that his handlers
threw In the towel one minute
after the fifth round began.
Both fighters were cautious
until the third round when the
Frenchman carried the fighting
to Robinson. Ray's counter
punching stopped that rush.
Then Ray opened a cut over
Marcel's eye with a left hook.
Robinson hit Marcel at will In
the fourth. After he gave the
Frenchman more of the same In
the early seconds of the fifth
Marcel's handlers threw In the
towel.
night __ contest for their _sixth j second tieht lob for the Yankee;
holding the Browns to four hit
and getting a two-run homer b
Yogi Berra plus two triples anc
topped the Athletics 6-2 In a thre doubles for defensive sup
Philadelphia arc-light game and port, Bobby Brown tripled once
the Red Sox downed the Tigers i singled twice to pace the Yank-
8-3 at Boston.
Warren Spahn pitched his
fourth victory a seven-bit-
ter while the Braves utiliz-
ed 12 walks to beat the Car-
dinals. The Braves made only
one hit, even though ten men
came to the plate, as they put
over four runs to clinch the
game In the fifth.
The White Sox won their third
straight from the Senators. Re
ees.
Les Moss, the new Red Sex
catcher recently bought from
the Browns, lashed s grand-
slam homer in the seventh to
break a two-all tie. Mickey
VIcDermott went the route
while burling a seven-hitter for
his second straight victory.
Barly Wynn pulled the slump-
ing Indians together with a fine
flve-hltter in which Bob Avila
delivered his first homer of the
season and Ike Boone tripled and
singled. Jim Hegan drove In two
runs with a double and single.
The New York-Chicago and
Philadelphia-Cincinnati Nation-
al League games were rained out.
OLD RABBIT BALL
East Lansing. Mich. 'NEA)
Michigan State baseball teams
did not wait for the rabbit ball to
treat their fans to high-score
games. The Spartans averaged
Deter than l runs a game In
J OtH) .
ASSIST BY SAUERKRAUT
Chicago. (NEA) Hgnk Bauer
of the Cubs credits his betting
splurge to consuming sauerkraut.
Radio Vs. Baseball
Court Hearing Sol
Back For Next Week
By UNITED PRESS
A federal court in Toledo has
postponed until next Monday a
scheduled hearing on Baseball's
Rule 1-4... that's the rule which
forbids the broadcasting of Major
League games In Minor League
territory when the lower class
club is at home.
The petition was filed by the
Findlay Publishing Company.
The Company wants its radio
station W.P.I.N. F.M.
to be permitted to broadcast
Cleveland games, when the Lima,
Ohio, baseball team Is at home.
The suit was filed a week ago
after the Cleveland management,
refused to allow its game with;
the Yankee In New York to be
Broadcast by WFIN-FM. Defend-,
ants In the suit are the Indians,
the Lima club, and the parent
organization, the Philadelphia i
Phils.
The legality of the rule hasn't
been passed on yet by the courts.
The radio station charges that
the rule violates antl-truat laws.
The most-asked question in
the small townslte of Gamboa is,
When will be Montlcello Basket- i
ball League begin?"
Santa Cruz's Little Leaguers;
are eagerly awaiting June 16 for
that's the day that Bob Llktns'
will call, "Play ball," and the;
boys will don Montlcello-bought
Seen and white uniforms for
e official opening of Canal
Zone Local-Rate Little League. .
Storriacli
CANADIAN WHISKS'
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Gamboa's entry in Panama's
amateur basketball Is B.A.M., Jr.
Among the members of the I
team are: Calvin Ooodlng, Ralph
Ooodlng, Calvin Grant, Ralph
McFarlane, George "Oleama"
Weeks, Mllford Abrahams, Terry
Burns, and Albert Palmer.
Players Fita Walthe and Thom-
as Scott, who were members of
ltast year's winning combination,
were not on this year's roster.
Little Leaguers
Continue Series
At Balboa Tonite
The Pacific Side Little Lea-
gue Championship Series will
be <>ntnurd tonight at 7:15
at Balboa Stadium. Last night's
scheduled contest between the
t'urundu t'ouncilmen and the
Sears Catalog Kids was post-
poned on account of rain.
The Co Bellmen need one
victory to clinch the series.
Thye bet the Sears outfit 2-0
in the first game of the two-
best-of-three series Monday
night. If Sears win the final
gam wlU be played tomorrow
night.
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WCDNESDAT. MAT IS. 1851
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER

PAOIPTTB
raritic Society

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U1VTENANT OOVEltNER ARD MRS. VOgJL __.-_.
ENTERTAINING THU EV1N1NO AT BALBOA REIOHT8
The Lieutenant Governor of The Panama Canal and Mr.
Herbert D. Vegel are entertaining a group of hf '*"" l *
buffet upper thli evening at their Roene on Balboa HoifbU.
Leave* on Vacation Trip
To tba United State
Mrs. Julio Lopez Muniz. wife of
the Argentine Ambassador to Pa-
nama, accompanied by hor eon.
Julio Alberto, sailed Monday on
the 83 Santa Barbara for New
York. They plan to spend evral
waeka vacation visiting the prin-
cipal cities of the United state.
Canada and Mexico before re-
turning to Panama.
BritUh MinUter
Bailing Saturday
The BritUh Minister to Pana-
ma, Eric Arthur Cleugh, will all
flaturday on the 8S Relng del
Pacifico to loin Mr. Cleugh and
their daughter! for a ummer va-
cation In England and on the
Continent.
Also Ulng on the ame ship
art the British Vice-consul In
Panama and Mm. A H. Aahton.
Thev have resided in Panama for
the past four years and will visit
In England befors going to his
new post in Europe.
Arrive from Cali
Dr. and Mrs. Aurelio Notero y
Iaaza (Beatriz Quelquejeu) have
arrived from their homo In Call,
Colombia, for a visit wtlh rela-
tives In Panama. They are the
house guests of her brother and
win attend the graduation of her
son Arthur W. Goulet, uom uio
Law School of Notre Dame Unlver
aity. She plans to be gone about
six weeks.
To VUlt New England
Mr. and Mrs. m L. Barlow
of Amador Road and their chil-
dren, Diane and Tommy Ross.
will sail on the 68 Ancon Satur-
day to spend more than two
months visiting In Vermont. New
jersey and New England.
Orchid Chanter
Initiation Friday
Orchid Chapter No. 1. Order of
the Eastern Star, will meet for
Initiation Friday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Scottish Rite Temple in Bal-
boa The meeting will be preced-
ed by a covered dish supper at 6
p.m.
'the officers of Royal Palm
Chapter of Cristobal will exem-
plify the degrees at the meeting
and will be guests at the supper.
They are: Worthy Matron.
June May; Worthy Patron. Carl
Starke; Associate Matron. Au-
relia Hadarlts: Associate Patron,
Kenneth Forrest; Secretary, Ida
Mav Cotton; Treasurer, Grace
Wlillams; Conductress Marie
Wolf; Associate Conductress,
. T. Ferris. Miss Claire Ogden, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Lucas. Mr. and
Mrs. William C. Dunscomb. Mr.
and Mrs. George E. Matthew, Mr.
and Mrs. James Hunter, Mr. and
Mr. Rarl C. Keeney. Mr and
Mrs. G. L. Pleroe, Mr. and Mrs.
William Mallory. Mr. and Mrs.
David A. Verkes. Mr. and Mrs.
Constant Chase, Mrs. Virgil
Shaw, Mr. Ernie L. Payne, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Donaldaon. Mr.
and Mr. John Palmer 8mith,
Commander and Mrs. B. J. Foote
and Major and Mrs. William Pe-
terson .
lives in Panama They are th Clara Chambers; Chaplain. Mtry
ho".. Suffi! of Vbrother and Engelge: Marsha. T.rey.Wray;
Ister-m-lgw. Mr. and Mr. Car-
lo* Lopez, F.
Mrs. Starrott Leaving
Saturday
Mr. Henry A. SUrrett of Cu-
rundu Is leaving by airplane Sa-
turday to spend several weeks in
the United State. She will visit;
her son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Starrett at
Gary., West Virginia, and other
relatives In the Eastern State.
Mrs. Myers Hostess
at Tea and Shower
Mrs. James W. Myers, Jr.. gave
a tea and miscellaneous shower
Saturday at her home on Empire
Street In Balboa for Mrs. Dale
Olenn Rakes, the former Mary
Lou Scranton. who was married
in Gatun May 13.
The guest list Included Mrs.
Rakes' mother, Mrs. L. H.
Scranton of France Field, her
aunt. Mrs. John E. Erlckson of
Margarita, Mrs. F. L. Bruce,
Mrs. Roger Orlfflth. Mrs. R. L.
Smith. Miss Hazel Matthews,
Mrs. John C. Schmidt, Mrs. Lou-
ise Hartman. Mrs. William
Brugge. Mr. Ann Madden. Mrs.
Edward Kirkus. Miss Tina Sar-
rell. Miss Luz Medina, Mrs. G.
Rogers. Mi's Fra"o niarv *e
Miases Betty and Helen Alrick,
Mrs. C. Conlan, Mrs. F. Hollo-
well. Mrs. J. Warlord. Mrs. L.
Bourgeois, and Mrs. Lois Jone.
Adah, Minnie Rudge; Ruth, Lucy
Forreet; Either. Peggy Smith;
Martha, Gladvs Conley: glectra,
Hasel McCulloch; Warder, Bar-
bara Westervelt; Sentinel. Will-
iam Hadarlts; and Organist. Vic-
tor May.
Bridge Winners
The wlnnera of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday evening at the Dia-
blo Heights Clubhouse were: Dr.
R. L. Stewart and Dr. William F.
Clary. 1st; Tom Orr and Robert
Torres, 2nd; Dr. and Mr. Nor-
man Elton, 3rd; Mr. and Mr. W.
L. Norrls. 4th. and Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Kennedy, 6th.
8ft. and Mrs. Rakes
Going to Nebraska
Sgt. and Mrs. Dale Glenn
Rakes of AJbrook Field, who were
married early this month in Ga-
tun. are leaving early next month
for hi new post at Omaha. Ne-
braska.
Tower Club Elects
New Officers
More than 70 members attend-
ed the May dinner of the Tower
Club held Monday evening in
Bishop Morris Hall Of St. Luke'
Cathedral, At the meeting Major
and Mr. William H. Peteron of
Corozal were elected presidents
to succeed Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
, Fritz, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Dunscombe were elected Secreta-
ry-Treasurer to succeed Dr. and
Mrs. David Porter.
Attending the supper meeting
were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Run
lyi'
Mrs. Jack Buechele, Mr. and
Mrs. George Cassell. Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Groene, Mr. and Mr6.
Fred de V. Sill. Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph McLaln, Mr. and Mrs, T.
S. Makibben, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Studt. Lt. and Mr. William
Mrs. Hammer Returning
to California
After a month's visit with her
ion-ln-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Fuller in An- kel, Mr. and Mrs. EdwinL. Luce,
pon, Mrs. H. H. Hammer Is leav- 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metzler. Mr.
Ing by alrplan Sundav for her,and Mr. J. B. Fields. Mr. and
home in Los Angeles. California, i Mr. William N. Taylor. Mr. and
Mrs. Goulet to Visit
Daughter and Son
Mr. Arthur W. Goulet Sr., of
Balboa left today by airplane to
be present at the graduation of
her daughter. Mrs. P. V. Zogonl
(Mary Gertrude Goulet) from I
the University of New Mexico at Bercaw, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ba-
Albuquerque. nan, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
After a short visit with her | Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. W. C
daughter. Mrs. Goulet will go to Fritz. Rev. and Mr. Antonio
Notre Dame, Indiana, where she Ochoa. Dean and Mrs. Raymond
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Shifting Winds Of US Policy
Fights Blow Across Formosa
Florida Court Rules
Civil Servants
May Criticize Boss
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. May 33
(UP) The Florida Sunreme
Court Ruled yesterday that a
public emoloye ha the right to
criticize his superior.
The tribunal unanimously up-
held the Pinellas Countv Circuit
Court in orderlns- reinstatement
of Frank E. Pfelifer to the St.
Petersburg Fire Department.
Pfelffer was suspended Dec.
1949 for 90 day on a charge of
slandering the fire ohlef by ac-
otulng him of being "incom-
petent and Inefficient to operate
and run the department."
In the opinion written by
Justice Alto Adams, the court
sold. "An employe may express
liltrlf fro-'* >-o ion" os he does
By LYLE C WILSON
WASHINGTON. May 23, (UP)
The dispute which put lt in Pres-
ident Truman'a mind to oust
General Douglas MacArthur has
been identified, but the capital
still is a bit baffled about when
lt all began.
Truman told a recent news
conference he first thought of
removing MacArthur a year or
more ago.
That gent reporters to the files
where lt appeared that the only
source of friction a year ago
could have been Formosa, al-
though only insiders would have
aware of It then-
However the discharge project
may have developed. Mr. Tru
man's tatement that he began
to get his sights on MacArthur In
the spring of 1950 fired th Sen-
ate Committee's MacArthur In-
vestigation with a new fury.
Then the White House an-
nounced that the news confer-
ence statement had been an er-
ror. Mr. Truman's troubles with
MacArthur began not last spring
but in August, 1930 when MacAr-
thur revealed publicly his disa-
greement with the Administra-
tion's Formosa policies, said Pres
Secretary Joseph Short.
However that may be lt. It ap-
ly dispute Formosa until the lastMr. Truman was asked whether
week of August I860.
Mr. Truman then ordered the
suppression of a MacArthur mes-
sage to the Veteran of Foreign
Wars, denouncing the abandon-
ment of Formosa as supremely
dangerous to the safety and wel-
fare of the United State. Mac-
Arthur compiled with the up-
presslon order but his statement
'was published despite him.
That Incident of last August
they had or had not settled their
Formosa dispute. He became
angry. He snapped back it would
be good for the soul of the ques-
tioner if he understood that
MacArthur was loyal to the Gov-
ernment, the President and his
policies.
The President noped or
wished that some newspapers
were as loyal.
He added that the Formosa
thoughts of previous spring that
MacArthur should be dismissed.
But MacArthur has revealed
that hi bold anti-Admlnlstratlon
arguments for making a defense
bastion of Formosa were well
known to th Pentagon long be-
fore August.
Mr. TrumAn doubtless knew
how MacArthur stood on the sub-
ject, because It had been for
month an law of the hot par-
tisan dispute here at home. The
Rtpubliean were demanding aid
for Chiang Kai-shek, who ha
been driven from the Chinese
mainland and with his armies
was a refugee on Formoaa.
Republicans angrily insisted
that the United States' own safe-
ty was bound up with that of the
Chinese Nationalists, and more
jrmosa' fu-
fhe Truman Administration were ture. Perhaps Mr. Truman
would not explain Mr. Truman's question ha been settled several
weeks before. Truman was
mistaken about that. Only this
month was it settled with the
statement of Defense Secretary
George Marshall In hi Mac-
Arthur Investigation testimony.
Marshall said that the Admin-;
lstration position now Is that
Formosa must never be allowed
to fall to Communists which
Is Just about what MacArthur
been aiming for.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
DE LEON. Mr. and Mr. Felix,
of Gatun, son. May 17, Colo
Hospital.
PILGRIM. Mr. and Mrs. N. L*
of La Boca, on, May 19. Gorgas
Hospital.
VALDES. Mr. and Mrs. R. of
Panama, son, May lt, Gorga
Hospital.
GONZALEZ. Mr. and Mrs. J
P.. of Panama, daughter, May Iff,
Gorgas Hospital.
LLANA, Prof, and Mrs. AH.,
of Panama, daughter. May Iff*
Gorgas Hospital.
VASNICK. Mr. and Mrs. Dom-
lnlck. of Curundu, daughter. May"
20. Gorgas Hospital.
ROPER. Mr. and Mrs. U.O.. of
La Boca, daughter. May 18, Gor-
gas Hospital.
WHITE, Mr .and Mrs. Christy,
of Rio Abajo, son. May II.
MARSHALL, Mr. and Mr. Ed-
gar, of Panama, daughter. May
17. Gorgas Hospital.
Deaths
CACERIS, Demetrio. 1 year, of '
Panama, May 19.

pears true that iVcXrthur a"a J-Pf^S.J?"L "%?"%
at odds over Formosa long be-
for, though they did not public-
gaged."
The court felt that "Pfelffer'
low opinion of his chief tal-
ents" did not Impair the Ad-
ministration of the fire depart-
ment.
Adams wrote that civil service
"cannot be expected to compel
personal admiration of one's
superior. Personal loyalty and
not impair the administration of i esteem is most generally a mat-
ine service In which ho Is en- ter of mutual concern."
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Tokyo then reported receipt of
the circular. It instructed all
hands to condition the public to
the loss of Formosa with expla-
nations that the Island was of no
psintn a. 1 aoittnbisuoo la->a
States. ,_
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son told a new conference Jan.
6 that the United State would
keep "harfd off" Formo and
provide no military aid. He said
Chiang could buy all the muni-
tions he needed, but no on* could I
give th Chlneee Nationalist Ar-
mies the "will to resist."
On January 10 Republican
Senator Robert A. Taft charged
that the State Department "left |
wingers" controlled China policy
and were conspiring to ruin
Chiang.
Mr. Truman told a news con-
ference two day later that the
decision not to take Formosa was
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Mr. Truman.
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobile*
MUST SELL by Thursday. 7 1-2 FOR SALE:1950 Mercury, block.
25 cycle 41-2 years old Shel-
vodor refrigerator, $75. D* Luxe
Eesy washer'25 cycle. 6 months
...old. $150.. Both excellent shape,
- avilan Rd. 1550 K, phone 2-
f6350.
WSW with radio, 7,500 miles,
$1,900. Phone 828 3308.
MISCELLANEOUS
0* you have dnnkina aroeltmr
Write Alceholici Anon,moul
I 2031 A neon. C Z.
SOR* SALE:7 cu. ft. Frigidoire 25
cycle, box in good condition. New
..,wnit. $85.00 cosh. Phone 3-2573.
_.^JHpuse 53 Cristobal.
SOR SALE: RefrigerotOr. almost
new, 60 cycle. Reasonable. Coll
house 17 I-D. Roosevelt Ave. New
Cristobal, 4:00 p. m. to 6:00 p.
FOP. SA1: 1949 Feral Cutter*
Club Coupe, freer), leather a>.
helatery. oo ti,,. $400 down
payment. C0LPAN MOTORS INC.,
Your FORD. MERCURY and LIN-
COLN Dealer, en Automobile row.
FOR SALE:1948 Studeboker Com-
mondei. four door sedon. with
radio and extra tires. Con be fin-
onced. Call 82-2194 or bouse
566-B, Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
RESORTS
Phillies. Beach cottages, Sonto Clora
*>x number 435. 8alboo. Phone
Ponomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR SALE:High gloss oil point
ond enomels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE: Aquarium supplies.
Aquarium fish ond plants. No. I 1
Via Espaa, opposite Juan Fran-
co stable's. Phone 3-4132.
'POR SALE:Box spring, like new.
twin size. Call 83-5153. (Army)
" after 4:30.
SOR SALE:Mohcgany Dining-Liv-
Ing ona Bedroom sets in excel-
lent condition. Coll 3-1975 from
J to 5 p. m.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse Refrl-
, gerator, 25 cycle. 20 months old.
..Excellent condition. 5520-A. Haines
-Street, Diablo:
FOR. SALE:Bargoin, 9 cubic feet
refrigerator. Westinghouse and
"Bendix Washing Machine, both 2
years old. B.375.00. also baby
bed, tobies, household articles.
House 561 I'-D, Diablo Heights.
OR SALE:9 Ft. Westinghouse re-
frigerotor, 25 cycle. 2 1-2 Yr.
Id. 1-2 originol cost. 94-B, New
Cristobol, 6th. St.
FOR SALE: 1947 International I
'.a ton Panel Delivery Truck in
good condition. Contact Branilf
Airways, Tivoli Avenue No. 18.
Of cdll Ponomo 2-2102 during
office hours.
FOR SALEFord Tudor Sedon 1946
Very reosonoi>!e. 5627-D. Hecker
Plate. Diablo, after 4:30 p. m
FOR SALEGirl's bicycle 26". House
610-C. Cocoll.
FOR SALE:1950 Ford De Lusa 2-
dooi sedan, color gray, law mi-
leage. aa4 tires. An outstanding
fcuy. Only $465 down payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC., your
your FORD. MERCURY and LIN-
COLN Dealer, on Automobile raw.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing foot
machine, typewriter, gas stove,
youth bed, stroller, boby crib'
Phone 916. Colon.
FOR SALE:One Sioux Valve Re-
facing /Machine, one bottery charg-
er. 60 cycle. 4th of July Avenue
No. 71. 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 1949
Dynoflow, two door sedan. In
extremely good condition, with
white wall tires and seat covers.
Coll 3-1975 from 2 to 5 p. m.
FOR SALE:Borgaln. Mahogany din-
ingroom set (9 piece) $100.00;
modern American steel desk, $50.
00; kitchen buffet $10.00 etc.
Also beautiful apartment. 8068
Tenth Street, opartment 8, Colon.
FOR SALE:1950 Hillman Sedon.
black, low mileage. Very cleon
SI.100, Phone 25-3400. anytime.
Getting poor reception on your cor
rodio? Try a "Jet-bcoster" for
One Dollar, ond enjoy the games!
Hosmo. Vio Espaa
House ON BEACH at Santo Claro.
Also mountain top home at CERRO
CAMPANA.. Phone SHRAPNEL,
Balboa 2820 or see caretaker
there.
oromlichs Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottage*. Electric ice boxes, gas
noves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Villioms Sonta Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends
FOR RENT
Houses
WEDNESDAY. MAY M, 1SS1
Kidnaper Elopes With Blonde
As His Wife Bears Him A Son
FOR SALE:Cocker pups, 6 weeks
old AKC. Registered. Coll 86-
6223 or see ot Qtrs. 53-B, Albrook.
For the kids! The famous "Tinker
Toys" now at slashed prices
olsc Do '- agSs. Hosmo
Via Espoa 51.
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot. with 1000 meters of
lown and garden Three bedrooms
wifK twr- bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, dinmgroom, parlor, of-
fice, garoge. two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern ond in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla and Ponama Golf Club
Avoiloble for one year. Telephone
LOMMERCIeAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVA/HAR table, .nk
or bar topa, C0RALITE
wall board and NATCOR
' tore front*. >
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel.S-tHe
BLOOMlNaTON, Ind-, May 21,
UP) Louis Uccl, 23. who ran
orr with a teen-aged blonde and
kidnaped a woman and her child,
showed no remorse and little in-
terest today when he learned
that the wife he left behind had
borne him a on.
Uccl and his pretty. 16-year-old
companion. Christine Cosby,
both of Monroe. Mich., were held
In the county jail after their ar-
?sLta tootel roOD1 *>ere l"t
night.
Authorities traced the pair af-
Jfr * John Prey, 32. Cincinna-
ti. O.. reported hysterically that
she and her 14-month-old son,
Stephan. were kidnaped earlier
yesterday.
Mrs. Fred said. Uccl and Miss
Cosby stopped her car near North
vernon. ind.. and held her cap-
tive five hours while forcing her
to drive here.
Uccl readily admitted the kid-
naping, police said, and told of-
ficers he ran off with Miss Cosby
from Monroe Saturday because
they were m ]ove and wanted ^
elope."
WA Urged To Join
Civil Defense Work
(TM1AMI BEACH, Fla.. May 23
(UP)AU. 8. Civil Defense of-
ficial warned here that this
country can be .bombed and
destroyed.
WANTED
Miarellaneou
WANTED TO BUY:1940 to 1942
Sedon. Phone Coco Solo 743.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Young man or woman
with 2 to 3 years experience in
office work. Write giving age, ex-
perience etc. Enclose smoll pho-
tograph. Address Apartado 155,
Panama.
USID 'ONTIACS
Selectlen at 1941 and 1949 PON-
TIAC Uiea Cart a excellent condi-
tion. Traae-lna accepted and finance
available. Sea your Pantiac dealer,
CIVA, $. A.
16 J. F. de la Oua Ave. Panama
FOR SALE: 1942 Mercury Club
Coupe. Very good condition. $450
00. 2006-A. 1st Street. Curundu.
FOR SALE:40 Ft. boat, Diesel en-
gine. Perfect condition. Propellers,
various sues. Cyprus lumber and
FOR RENT:3 bedroom chalet, two
bathrooms, gorage, garden, Via
Porras No. 81. For information in-
quire No. 8, 18th Street, San
Francisco.
building material. Dodge " ton' RENT:Completely furnished
chalet in Golf Heights. Rent $150.'
00. Phone Ponama 3-2541.
pick-up. good condition. Ford V-
8 '37. Four wheel trailer ond 2
wheel trailer. Philco radio. 4 tube
Phone 4-329. House 330-H, Pe-
dro Miguel.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford De Lena
dear saden, leanirtt teen. aoi
2
teed
tir.i. $390 dewn payment. Thit
INC.. year FORD, MERCURY and
LINCOLN Deeler, an autemobile
raw.
Trouble finding lampshode? Get the
seamless plastic lost-for-ever kind
ot Hosmo 51 Vio Espao. Beau-
tif-.il colors, and prices below cost
while they lost.
FOR SALE: Lorge Herring sote,
cheap. Coll National City BanK.
Cristobal. Telephone 3-1205.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS.
Modern furnisheo-unfurnished opart-
ment. Contact office No. 8061. Ifjm
St., New Cristobol. Phone 1386 Co-
lon.
Mr. & Mr$. Canal Zone:
for CUSHIONS SLIP-COV*B .
"-^""'STKR.Nr. IIT v"
our how-room Cutom bull! fiirni
tMSBm
5ew%eUr'c3NVs7 A",'X'>
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E 29th St
tt ?.h!.lr JSt Davls informed
Uccl that his wife bore a son at
Monroe Sunday in a birth ap-
Dr. Dwayne Orton. assistant
Administrator for Training and
rducation In Civil Defense told
the National Congress of Par-
ents and Teachers that 'we
must face these facts in order
to generate the necessary ior-
tltude to plan an efficient civil
defense."
"America can be bombed," he
said. "America can be destroy-
ed. As many as 20 major crities
can be hit at the same time and
yet we cannot expect to destroy
more than a third of a major
attacking force."
. Dr. Orton. said war can be
brought to every backyard and
the home front becomes the
war front."
"If. bombs drop, the mothers
will be there." he added. "The
teachers will be there. Jt will be
parently hastened by the shock their lob to see that no child
of ner husband's disappearance. is left screaming in the streets
Awakened In his cell to hear
the news. Uccl Inquired sleepily
I whether the baby was a boy or
girl, but had nothing else to say.
"What more can I say?" the
I youth Inquired.
Davis said .Uccl "didn't seem
Interested at all" and did not
even Inquire about his wife's con-
dition .
The sheriff said Miss Cosby
seemed "stuplfied" when she
learned her boy friend was a new
father, and lapsed Into a sullen
silence.
"She's Just a kid." Davis said.
Miss Cosby signed a statement
to police in which' she revealed
to spread the psychosis of fear.
A trained people can be a
triumphant .people."
Southland Withers
As Month's Drought
Threatens Cotton
ATLANTA, May 23 (UP)
Mississippi, farmers prayed for
a $100.000,000 rain last night
and the Mayor of Bessemer.
Ala., warned of a water short-
as ssassttass *A%^*a*!
forced me to go with him
but I wouldn't do that."
"'I went on my own accord,"
the girl said.
In Monroe It was reported that
WANTED:Woman for light clean-
ing-cooking. Apply 45 Front Street.
personals"
BOB, Helen, Bill and Jane: Thanks
for the free plugs kids. Its custom-
ers like you that we are interest-
ed in. Our aim is to please the
customers by operating a decent
' establishment where you con take
the wife and fomily ond feel at
* ease. With your cooperation and
the cooperation of our many other
customers we will be more than
successful. Teddy Spence our pia-
.list thanks you too and soys you're
P o wonderful audience. We'll be
seeing you. Club El Oasis.
rOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 2-door
sedan Oe Luxe. Excellent condi-
tion. Best offer over $1,500.
House 5620 "C" Diablo, Tel. 2-
3662.
FOR SALE: AKC registered Boxer,
15 months old, S2U0.O0, 1947
Cushmon Scoa/er, $125,00. Phone
86-4243 or see at 54-A Albrook.
ofter 3:30.
FOR SALlT UaeeJ aie^Tm"^
condition. Sea it. .play it.. Cell
Celen 1400.
FOR RENT:- Aportment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. ColJ 3-0140.
FOR- RENT. Completely fu/nished,
attractive, cool, well locoted. 2
bedroom opartment. Coll Panama
2-2102 office hours.
FOR SALI:1949 Far. Cu.tom Oe
Luxe Parear tesan, 6 cylinder.
birch (ray. ood tires. $391 down
payment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
year FORD. MERCURY and LIN-
COLN do.ltr. en autemo'iile raw.
FOR SALE
Real Eatate
FOR SALE:-I 948 Oldsmobila Se-
dan A- I condition, low mileage.
A reol borgain for your money.
Come ond see it., Panama Auto. S.
A.
FOR $ALI1946 Stick RoeeWtcr.
soed tires, celer (ray, cloth up
bebtery. Only $330 dewn pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
year FORD, MRCURY and LIN-
COLN deeler. en automobile raw.
FOR SALE:RCA Ra^-c- -r _
er. long ond short wave, blond
modern cabinet, G. E. watim .._.,,
planter lamp; baby's stroller, ploy-
pen, scales, etc. Horse, saddle ond
bridle. Phone 3440 INovyl Apt
220-B, Naval Station, West Bank.
.FOR RENT:To responsible person,
furnished one bedroom opartment,
living-dining room, bothroom,
kitchen, refrigerator, telepohne.
"New Tivoli" Building, No. 14
Rochet street, apartment 3-B, be-
tween Estudiante and Tivoli Ave-
nue. Reasonably priced. Con be
seen 3 to 6.
LOST & FOUND
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket "98"
Oldsmcbile. Good tires, low mi-
leoge. almost new. Can be finan-
ced. Pcnoma Auto. S. A.
*^ORSALE:Beautiful spot overlook- fqr SALE-
ing oceon. Redwood cottage, com-
pletely furnished, kerosene stove
oni refrigerator, tile both. Elee-
trifity av
available. 16,612 rreters
beSfh front property, entirely fen-
cej fruit trees, londscoped, deep
wetl. windmill, water tonk, piped
to Jhouse. Storage house. Selling ot
SOeTMice. Seoclifr Acres, one mile
befjre Sonto Clora Casino. Tele-
phone Eeilboa 1470 after 4:30 p.
m.;
Pockord 1948. good
tires, good condition. Finance
ovailable Come ond see it. Pan-
omo Auto. S. A.
DID YOU PINO IT?
If net. you did net try a. We carry
the leraest and most complete line
of MOTOROLA Cuatera Built car
radies, radie parta and tubas. We
alta carry a choice assortment el
automobile accessories. Don't waste
precious time shopping. We hove
under one roof what yau are looking
lor.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
Home ol Motorola Radias
Ave. Jotd Francisco da lo Osto 3 8
FOR RENT:Smoll furnished aport-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. Bello
Visto. No. 13. 43rd Street.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model nil Synchronised
LKNSr.S s ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Faetn Prices.
Porras
Plata 8 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
Uccl met Miss Cosby five months weeds won't
ago and had pursued a romance planter said,
with her since then. The girl's
father Lon Cosby, said she had
never en in trouble before."
Uccl told police he and Miss
Cosby headed south from Monroe
in his car and stole an auto at
Xenia. p., when his own broke
down. He said he bought a gun
at Tiffin. O. 'Just in case I need-
ed money along the1 way." .
Mrs. Prey said she was stopped
by the pair while en route to
Brownstowo. Ind.. to visit ber
mother. She said Uccl used his
gun to (wee her to drive to
Bioomlngton and looted her
purse of $52.
month-long drought.
A 10-mlnute shower In the
Memphis area at noon yesterday
did little to help conditions in
that area where "it's so dry the
even grow," a
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:194 Keieer. calar taa.
seat covers, radio, with tun visor,
toed fires. S295 dawn payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC., your
FORD, MERCURY and LINCOLN
deeler, en automobile raw.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Convertible
Top overoge. Rodio. Best offer
over $1.400, Coll Navy 2315. be-
tween. 3:30 6.00. p. m.
FOR SALE:1940 Four Doer Pock-
ard. cheap. 513-D, Code.
FOR SALE:1947 Ford Tudor Six
Cyl. 29,000 miles, $700 Phone
Hoffman, Bolboo 170?. House
0423-A. Ancn. ........
FOR SALE 1949 Ford Tudor 6 cyl.
metallic maroon $1,050, gooc
shope. 86-5106. .
L
REFRIGERATORS
FOR 75 cts.
In spite of the present short-
ages and the rising prices, we
are still offering
ADMIRAL
refrigerators for as low as
75 cts. a DAY*
And you take home vour box
right away!
It will not hurt you to drop in
and Inquire...
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 22*
next to Encanto Theatre
Al-o available in Club Plan.
FOR SALE:Jeep, surplus with ax-
tension on bock and closed ma-
hogany body. All safety glass win-
dows. Large assortment ot spore
ports for Jeep. Call 86-6226 from
4 to 6 evenings.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford. 2 Door
Custom, 19.000 miles. $950.00.
Can 86-6223 or 864256, Albiiok.
FOR SALE
Motopcycle
FOR SALE: Model 64 Cushmon
Scooter. A. I condition. $175.00.
Telephone 2-2121 Ponomi.
FOR SALE:.Cushmon motor scoot-
er. Excellent condition, hou? 0965
Bombeo Street off Amador Rood.
Balboa.
FOR SALE:1947 Cushmon Scooter.
Excellent condition, $125.00. Call
86-7284, see ot Qtrs. 62-A, Al-
brook.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
large one smoll bedrooms, sitting
diningroom, kitchen, bath. $70.-
00. also apartments of one bed-
room, kitchen, both, $55.00, at
Bella Vista, 44th Street East. No.
9. see Ce Castro, "B" Avenue
No- 24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Apartment ot two
bedrooms with two baths, sitting,
diningroom. kitchen, front porch
facing street on Vio Espoa No.
20. S90.00 olso other apart-
ment* ot one bedroom, same build-
ing. See Ce Castro. "B" Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:Two oportments. One
bed room. Eoch furnished. Good
locotion. bus stop, screened. To
responsible couple American home.
82 Bcl'sario Porros Road.
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER
ELECTR0LUX CLEANERS
DIRECT
(For Duration of the
Emergency
Orders will be taken only
until MAY 24th. We'll
continue the aervice.
Price Remains at S85.00
to Canal Zone
Time Payments Available.
CRAWFORD
AGENCIES
No. 18 "J" Street
Tels. 2-2386 2-3265
Mrs. Frey was released here
and sped to a filling station,
where an attendant csjed po-
lice The money and-gun were
j found under a mattress in the
i hotel room when Uccl and Miss
Cosby were arrested.
Lirw1,8^"^ 8"(l Uc<*and the
girl faced charges of car theft.
Mrs. Clara Kitts, Director of
the Tennessee Employment
Security Farm Labor Office, said
that cotton was growing so
slowlv the office was sending out
only 300 choppers a day. Usually,
in the spring, 4.000 or 5,000 go
out daily.
The drought extended from
Arkansas across the heart of
the Deep South's cotton belt to
western North Carolina. Manv
areas had not had enough rain
to postpone a ball game since
late April. :
The South's contribution to
the 16.000.000 bale 1951 cotton
goal was in peril, agriculturists
said.
While water conservation was
urged, an open fire hydrant in
Atlanta's.west end noured out
15 gallons a minute for three
days and a 75,000-gallon total.
The Water Works said it hadn't
heard about the hydrant al-
though several
Ma j. Gen. R. E. Porter
Posted To Command
101s! Paratroopers |
Major General Ray E. Porter
will leave the Isthmus soon to
take over command of the 101st
Airborne Division at Fort Breck-
enrldge, Kentucky, it was. an-
nounced yesterday by headquar-
ters of US Army Caribbean. ,
The announcement issued yes-
terday at U8ARCARIB headquar-
ters said that General Porter's1
successor has not yet been named
nor has the date of his departure'
been announced. i
General Porter has been In!
command of US Army Caribbean
for the past thirty months. He
has been on duty in the Carib-
bean area since August, l8*fl.
when he was appointed deputy i
commander of the then Panama:
Canal Department. In January,i
1848. he was appointed com-i
manding general of the US Army I
Forces Antilles with headquarters i
In San Juan.' Puerto Rico, and lm
November of that year returned I
to the'Canal Zone to take over I
command of US Army Caribbean.'
The 59-year-old general served'
with distinction in World Wars I
and II. winning decorations for!
front-line action in both wars. S
participated in the landings in
Algiers. North Africa, In Novem-
ber. 1942. as Deputy Commander |
ot the Eastern Assault Force. He
took part in the Tunisian Cam-n
paign as, Deputy commander of
the n Corps and as deputy chief i
of staff, Allied forces, in charga
of General Dwight Eisenhower'* i
advanced command post.
In the European theater, ha
saw action in the Ardennes and
Central Germany campaigns and
the occupation of Westphalia aa
commander of the 75th Infantry
Divisldn.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket "88"
Oldsmobile, Blcfck Ce Luxe 2-door
Sedan. Hydromotic, Radio, WSW,
directionol lights. seotcoveis,
chrome shades, undercoated, fen-
der ponis, 14.500 miles. Musi
sell by Thursday noon or dealer
gets it. First offer over $1.900.-
00 tokes it. 5524,C Haines Street
Dlobte Heights. Telephone 2-3289.
FOR SALE:1949 CodiMac 62 Se-
dan, 27,000 miles, hydramotic. ro-
dio. while woll tires, seat-covers,
groy, $2,400.00. Con be seen at
163 Centrol Avenue (Station
Jauore.
FOR RENT: Office space ideally
suited for Doctors. Lawyers. Di-
plomis, Sales Agencies. Moid
Service. Privte both, 24 hour
telephone answering ond me ervice in beautiful Hotel EL
PANAMA. Inquire Asst. Manoger
3-1661.
FOR SALE
Moats & Motora
FOR RENT:Modern one bedroom
aportment on Tivoli Avenue ond
Rochet street. Across from Ancon
Post Office, telephone Panamo
2-1032. key ot Tivoli Radios, Ti-
voli Avenue.
FOR SALE:1937 Oldsmobile S.x,
solid body. Excellent engine, need;
tires, duty NOT paid. Price $200.
Call Sot. Schafer. 86-5155, be-
tween 4 -6 p. m.
WANTED
Automobile*
WANTED: '51 ee "3 Caailla.
" " Tree. 2C
B, Ceceli, 5 te 7 a m.
FOR SALE:12' boot complete with
trailer, life presevers. etc. $45 00
Phone Coco Solo. 318. after 4 00
p. m.
It! I rr'f-Vltr- OBP
Ptirmr S-3SSS
LOTH inn SALS
Dawn Parmeal SIM
Mnnlhl Pavmrnl IIS
UOTS on Paved Street fro SI oe
a Meter
O Pot Kent. Hm,M.Imimi for]
rin levelfna
e W# a>i i.ni on Lone fernte
_e Lai Mu ai S3 ana . wi>
FOR RENT:2 bedroom opartment.
living ond diningroom, servant-
room oil screened, hot woter ins-
tallation, garage, sea view, good
locotion. Bella Visto No. 37, 41
Street. SI25.00. Comilo A. Porros,
during office hcurs, Tel. 2-3097;
evenings: 3-0434.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
bachelor, all screened, balcony,
telephone, very cool. Apply No. 3.
Avenida de Duque, corner Vio
Espoo. second house to left.

Cameras
factory prices
International Jewelry
134 Central Ave. adj.
International Hotel.
Sole Distributors
Polaroid Land Camera
Bolex Movie Cameras
STOMACH
DISTRESS
i.?*r*p" l.h* ereetett cause of dlatrew-
.c? '.in , J1"""* * unfortunate people
who suffer from o-called dvipcaia
faced Mann Act charges. r #
Selective Service
Team Due In Zone
From Washington
Representatives from Select-
ive Service headquarters in
Washington are expected to
visit the Canal Zone In the
near future to assist In the es-
tablishment of a draft board
for United States citizens in
the Canal Zone.
A Selective Service organiza-
^^^SVTSSSSS ""L?' lhe Canal Zone W8S
distre. broueh on by excess acid wo" w ^ authorize! in February follow-
naTf l|7sl2I,SnJ?otl^'1t, """ WCh m"
oonful of NEUTRAC1_
very short time find themselves able
His decorations Include the
Distinguished Service Cross, the
Distinguished Service Medal, the
French Crolx de Guerre and Le-
gion of Honor, Grand Officer of
the Order of Orange and Com-
mander of the Order of the Brit-
ish Empire.
A native of Fordyce. Arkansas.
General Porter entered the army
August 15.1917. as a reserve lieu-
tenant. He attained his peresnC
rank of major general In Septem-
ber. 1943.
General Porter has become
widely known botfi In the Canal
Zone and in Panama during his
tour of duty In this area, parti-
cularly because of his strong sup-
port of relations between the ci-
vilian and military communities.
English Professor
Is C. Z. Visitor
ch meal lng a recommendation by Gov
?ponhH? EOTRAcfi tn,y mTAtT S010' Newcomer in December
x-mr*! hA-l #U_. #i_j .. '.." "a"1."1 fftr thai DrtnhHol..*.. # 1
to eat good nourlshinj meals without the
<^}ts2lA?i?P,'0m'.of 'cld Ind'Seatlon
TRACID la not a laxative It la
soothing and comforting to the mucous
S??5!.,nS^nd very "Sreeable to take.
NIUTRACID a physician's formula
can now be obtained at any tint class '
drug store.

Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced English
ond Sponish stenographer. Write
giving oge. experience, etc. En-
dose smoll photograph. Box 155.
Panamo.
LESSONS
Leorn poise, grace, bolonce ond self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, oddress. phone ot
rie'k 6\>lboa VrVA ot Box 106
Bolbra, Hometf 6 Cunn.
Canada Used Car
Dealers Come Up
With New Angles
MONTREAL. Mav 23. "(UP) _
An automobile dealer here of-
fered children new bicycles for |
one dollar today if they could
ret him customers for a new
or used car.
Another dealer offered a free
suit with every automobile pur-
chased.
The offer reflected the dol-
drums in car sales since Fin-
ance Minister Douglas Abbott
imnoed credit restrict ions
calling for down payments of
half yrlce and let* time to pay
the balanee.
for the establishment of a lo-
cal board and offering person-
nel and facilities.
A, c. Medinger was nominat-
ed by the Governor as State
Director of the Canal Zone or-
ganization.
R.CA.
RADIOS
LA POSTAl
Central Avenee
and for every pocketbook
available in our deposits.
Buying your lumber in our
stores is your guaranty
lor BEST QUALITY at
LOWEST PRICES.
Courteous Service.
Punctual Delivery.
U North Ave. TeL MM.
No. t Martn Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424
Stevedore Admits
Murdering Sunday
School Teacher
GEORGETOWN. S. C.. Mav 23
(UP)Arthur (PatEyei Waitus.
33-year-old Neero stevedore, has
confessed to the murder of a
Georgetown Sunday school
teacher but will not be brought
here for an Inquest Friday.
Sheriff Garrs Crlbb said
Waitus will be kept at the State
prison In Columbia as a pre-
cautionary measure. Waitus ad-
mitted at the prison late last
night that he killed Mrs. Louis
H. Coker. 35-year-old house-
wife on April 30.
The Negro confessed after al-
most two weeks of questioning
bv officers. He admitted leav-
ing the woman's body In the
boiler room of a vacant parish
house.
The husky Negro was arrested
In Fan-mount, if. c May 10.
He offered no resistance and
denied his guilt.
Mrs. Coker*s beaten and
strangled body was found in the
parish house boiler room by her
husband and friend. She was at-
tacked while returning home
from a movie.
Crlbb. Deputy Woodrow Car-
ter and Lt. Roy Williams of the
State constabulary were wit-
nesses to the murder confession.
*ibb praised the officers and
agencies which aided in the
capture and confession
, Waitus.
Sir Bernard Dawson. K. B. E.,
Professor emeritus of Obstetrics
and Gynecology, was a visitor in
the Canal Zone today while en
route to England to make an
Inspection of hospital and hos-
pital facilities there.
He and Mrs. Dawson were the.
guests while their ship, the 8. S.
RANGITIKI was in port of Major
General George W.-Rice, Health
Director, and Mrs. Rice who
entertained them at a luncheon
at home Tuesday which was at-
tended by a number of doctors of
the Health Bureau.
Sir Bernard also made an
inspection of Gorgas Hospital
Tuesday morning with special
attention to the new Obstetrical
and Gynecological Building and
facilities.
The New Zealand Governor is
planning a large hospital, as
Aukland and Sir Bernard is, a
member of the committee to sib-^
mlt plans for the hospital and
Its equipment. .
BRADLEY:
TOP MEN
(Continued from Page S)
the committee should ask other
witnesses presumably Secre-
tary of State Dean Acheson who
will testify later.
Bradley defined Korean stra-
tegy "from the military point of
view" in these words:
"W hope that by inflict- i
ing severe casualties on the
enemy and proving to them
that they are not invincible,
that they cannot gain any-
thing by aggressive action,
that it is *oo costly a mat-
ter, that they have been let
down by Russia in getting
in It, that they will be will-
ing to negotiate a peace with
the United Nations."
Later Bradlev said that ther
f.rl. ?* cholce on now to
fight the Korean war:
"D Get out and forsake Ko-
rea: (2 Fight it out without
committing too great forces; and
3) Going Into all-out war and
committing sufficient forces to
drive these people out of Ko-
rea."
He said the nation at present
is following course No. 2.
Panama Rotary Club
The Panama Rotary club will
have as Its guest speaker this
wwk MaJ. E. O. Halligan. Radio-
logical Engineer. U.8. Army Ca-
ribbean, whose subject will be
"Radiological Defense."
This week's luncheon will be at
of the Hotel "El Panama" tomorrow
iai 12:li pra.


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In New York
Labor Newt
And
(Comment
Kibitzer's Delight
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NEW YORK HEARTBEAT
Celeb Abeat Tewn: Gertrude Lawrence, sUr of *Tbe King
and L" who collects 15% f the-hit' ros lor htr weekly wags-
bout $6,W...Ann Miller of MovlevMe (he IWAys denle ro-
mance item) romancing with Bailey Balken 'Dallas. Hes
young, ouU-lookini and loaded, meaninc rich...fctleen ikeBneay,
the look magarlne receptionist. Prettier than most of the famed
lovelies on the mat's coyer. When you pass her desk. yn do a
oufcle-take. ..Mary McCarty. who confirme* (afaln) aU the rave
reviews written about her here 3 year agoat her r'nitn Boom
premiere...Marion Carter, who made her th guest appearance
(this year) on Berle'a protram Tuesday ' Wlnjhrop and
David Rockefeller drinking later and devouring hot dots at the
Old Nick Music Hall Pafti Pase, whoso latest platter U "Mister
Mississippi.'' Prob'lv the sortathlnt Edison had in mind when
he Invented the phonortaph Hldeki Vuyawa, the MtuuM
Nobel Priae winner, waitint (under his umbrelal) for an Ith Are.
us.....Erskine Caldwell. the ward-magician, leaning againsta
51th St. lamp postmakint hasty notes on the martin of a Daily
Mirror. "
Salir in-Our Alley: Tbe sardl Set were -chop-chopping about
,.- guys who Just dissolved a long-time false friendship..."1 re-
member." said one. "when he Introduced him to The People Who
Matter. Now they're lugging It put toe-to-toe ..."You mean,
edited Oroucho Marx, "toe to heel."
Midtewn Vignette: One-time champion Tony Cansonerl and
his wife. Rita, were holding hands when she suddenly pouted:
"You don't love me any more. You're Just used to me i.. Honey,
cooed Anthony, "1 do love you. I sed to yon I'll never tet!"
Memos of a Midnighter: Ethel Merman and husband Robert
Ltavitt (who have a nUnderstandlng) Doth think Jean Heinle, a
oeautlful blonde fashion expert (from Chicago). Is any man's idsa
of Good Taste...Lola Montez advises Virginia Hill not to head
lor Argentina, as reported. Eva Peron wouldn't appreciate the
competition... Dont say you weren't warned In time I Oetcha
tickets for Duke Ellington's June 12th Lewlsohn Stadium concert.
It'll be the musical event of the Summer. The Runyon Fund gets
all the money, thanks to Minnie Guggenheim, Duke and his
greatly enlarged crew, the Musicians and Stagehands' Unions and
all the others...Guv Fowler (whose verse often chiefs this
colyum) is the new managing ed ot The Bartlesvllle tOkla.)
Examiner-Enterprise. And the colyurn's latest branch...A former
Broadway colyumlst now writes cook books, lucky him!...Hey,
Lila Lee! Chamberlain Brown wants yo for some Summer stock
roles.
Newspaperman Stuff: Here's something to pass on to those
filming Damon Runyon's life. I'm from Remington. I was a kid
during th Lindberg-Hauptmann case. A high school teacher at-
tested I Interview one of the reporters. I picked Runyon because I
like* his sterieo in Collier'a and Cosmopolitan. Busy aa he was
doing his copyhe found time for me. I made up my mind then
to tet into a business that had such nice guys Ilk* him. I am
now editor of The Gazette at New Hope, Penn. I've met many fine
people on the N. Y. News, San Diego Journal, at UP in NY, and on
the Westchester papen. I'm sorry I never met him again after
that once. I think it would take a DeMlUe to recreate the fuss
at Flemingtou that verdict-night. I could hear the crowd yelling
two miles away. You were in the courtroom (42 days) shooting
crap* with my mother.Sincerely, Allan Ward."
Broadway Ding-Ding: One of the famed mags Isn't paying
authors. One was offered $700 for an article. He was paid $100
the balance when and if. The editor came to town and made ene-
mies instead of allies... E. D. Dalmans. gen. mgr^ of Indian Point
Park (near Peeksklll, N. Y.). offered Defense Director Wallander
his 200 acre park (on the Hudson, 40 miles from N.Y.C.) as a
haven for totsevacuated In' case of attackafter reading Philip
Wylie's warning here the other morning.. .George Klrtland has a
piece tagged: "Who Said Radio's Dying?" in the June Holiday
Makes sense.. .Florida just passed bills outlawing racing tip-
sheets, etc.. in an effort to stop crime and corruption. The sug-
gestion was made by Frank Costello in a recent Winchell inter-
view which some worried editors called "sentimental" and a
"whitewash" because thev knew Costello's suggestion would dent
their circulation.
Sound In the Night: At the Club Room: "Wouldn't It be won-
derful if Harry Truman gets as much inspiration out of bis new
wooden piano as Baruch gets out of any old-fashioned wooden
bench?"...At Eddie Condon's: "She's spending his dough as fast
as he can owe it".,.At Blalr House:' "That gate Truman gave
MacArthur is sure swinging!"...At the Penguin: "Sure I got ene-
mies. Some of my best friends arel".. .At Roosevelt Grill: "Rich?
He's got 5% of Gen. Vaughan!".. .At Leon It Eddie's: "When you
get too big to remember whose colvum made it possible for you to
get in On A Pass, you're getting Too Big-Headed."
THIS IS YOU OaUM THt MAPMS OWN COLUMN
THE MAM. BOX
Too Mill In it or opn lirum to. rMom ot Tho Pamma Amman
totur ar nci ntifullv in or hnli in o wholly confloonri!
MRRtt.
If tiu contribu o lettei OR I impatiant i it 'n't oppoai tb
it 4oy. Lottar oro ooliriioe' m tho oroei rocsivod.
PlooM fry t koo me tetters limit* to om mm imoth
Identity ot littti writtri n hcM in strict COnttOOrMO.
Thii nowioapot numi Mo rtimibilit> fir statements or oeinieni
lirvri in lei tin trim 'tlliri
CREDIT UNION CALL
Gamboa, C. Z.
The Mail Box:
I have advisement of a special-
ly called meeting of the Canal
Zone Credit Union .at 8:45 p.m..
Frldav at Ancon Theater, Ancon.
C.Z. this notice says that this is
to l. Inquire into the status of
the General Insurance Agency
operated in the office of the Ca-
nal Zone Credit Union (I had al-
ways been led to suppose (his was
part of the Credit Union but to
my surprise I learn It is NOT): 2.
To request an accounting for
funds collected during the past
5 years by this Insurance Agen-
cy; S. To make a complete Inqui-
ry into the operations of the Ca-
nal Zone Credit Union; 4. To
iake up any other matters that
he members may present to the
meeting: 5. To appoint a Com-
mittee from the Members Pres-
ent to make a complete Investi-
gation and report to the Presi-
dent of the Board on the best so-
lution for selling all types of in-
surance for the account of the
Canal Zone Credit Union.
I have known the Credit Union
since Its office was a tin box In
the custody of Grover Boh an.
then our neighbor across the
street in Balboa, and members
and money very limited. Now it's
a million dollar outfit with an
air cooled building.
I want to see it strictly a
MEMBERS ORGANIZATION, by
and for the MEMBERS and
the more It IS kept that way. the
better for all of us
There have been frequent pub-
lished statements to the effect
that members were desired to
serve on'various committees, etc.
I have on a number of occasions
through the years asserted my
desire to serve on such commit-
tees, for the experience to be
gained. However. I have never
been called. Perhaos as a Quak-
er I am too much given to asking
questions, and expecting full an-
swers, and wanting to know spe-
cific details and facts. At least.
that was once Intimated to me.
Prior to the annual meeting
this yeart a move was made for
amendments to the Constitution
and By-Laws. As I saw It, this
would take away power from the
Members, and Dtit more in the
hands of the officials. I am cer-
tainly glad that enough members
saw It that way to prevent this
being put through.
As a simple Member of the Cre-
dit Union, of many years stand-
ing and now on retired status,
but one who wishes it well and Is
Interested in its welfare. I request
that ALL members who cap pos-
sibly do so. attend this meeting.
Go there with an open mind In
every way. Consider carefully.
Investigate, ask questions, write
down data and think it over.
Then act and vote at you think
best lor your own security, for
both now andtthe years to come.
It's YOUR Credit Union, and
YOUR welfare. Care for it and
uard It. Understand It. protect
it. and strengthen l*
Van Alie Lymao
By Victor Rlestl
At exactly ll: 05 Tuesday night
last week dynamite blew in the
hide of Tom Haggerty'a house,'
awakening the Beverly Hills
suburb of Chicago. Tom was
lucking in his two lads, nine
and 14. They were frightened,
tor they were of a new genera-
tion and their suburb was dis-
tant In time as well as space
lrom the Capone combine's East
Cicero. m
Tom Haggerty, leader of AFL
Chicago Teamsters, threw the
blankets around his boys and
raced downstairs, hoping In a
way It was only the gas neating
unit which had shattered win-
dows, blasted his southeast wall
and Jammed the doors. But he
aw the smoking hole In the
ground outside and smelled the
acrid odor and knew it was
skillfully placed dynamite (two
sticks) which had exploded un-
der his children's window.
This was the fifth bombing
or shooting of teamsters' lead-
ers since mid-winter, when
three hoods stepped out of a
doorway one night and told the
popular Bill Lee. Chicago Fe-
deration of Labor President.
that they "wanted in." He told
them to drop dead. Apparently
they, or their boss, didn't and
now have ideas that would
serve better for labor leaders.
Haggerty's house was
bombed in a brazen, nose-
thumbing warning to all
labor not to take the Ke-
fauver revelations too seri-
ously, nor to move in on the
crime committee's recom-
mendations lor a city probe
of the Combine's link with
certain multimillion dollar
"respectable" businesses.
This man's children survived
explosives planted by hoods
who knew that the entire AFL
high command, the 15-member
national executive board head-
ed by William Green, was meet-
ing in its mid-year session only
a few miles away at the Palm-
er House.
Had Tom not gone up to tuck
In his kids, he might have been
sitting, reading his newspapers,
along that wall, blown in as a
warning, no doubt, that he was
not to call strikes without con-
sultation with the torpedoes
whose business It Is to sell pro-
tection to both sides, labor and
management. Only a few days
earlier, Haggerty had wound up
a tough two-day mllkwagon
drivers' stoppage. Chicago in-
siders tie the bombing to the
strike, knowing in some way It
irritated the Crime Combine.
Those dynamite sticks
were touched, off only hours
after the mobs learned, be-
fore anyone else, that the
new Senate crime busters
were set to call some 16 wit-
nesses left over from the
Kefauver hearings and
some of them are from
Chicago^ mob-run indus-
tries.
The goons who've gone respect-
able know all this because they
know which of their "business''
colleagues were questioned in a
eries of private hearings. They
know that the Kefauver coun-
sel was aware of many cases in
the East where the Combine's
representative would simply
phone a manufacturer to tell
him that he was calling on a
business deal. Then the conver-
sation would run Ilka this
gently with no threats of vio-
lence:
"You need a partner. We have
lots of money to invest. We are
now respectable. And we are
now your partners."
The prosperous owner would
say:
"Look, I don't need money
end I don't need partners."
There would be no argument.
The men would leave. And a
few days later the strike would
come. The national labor lead-
ers could do nothing to stop
it. Matter of fact, neither could
those who called the strike. The
heat was on. Soon the manufac-
turer would.have new partners
...taking, for value exchanged,
25 per cent of the business.
There are thousands of
such cases across country.
No one really will do any-
thing about it, lor there fust
isn't time, until some one
like Tom Haggerty or his
kids get hurt. Then there'll
be indignation. But right
now the crime probe is be-
ing brushed off by the Sen-
ate.
First, It has only three and a
half months to go.
The committee couldn't In-
vestigate a chowder club bingo
game in that time. Sen. Ke-
fauver Is on four other Senate
committees.,Senator Lester Hunt
tWyo.i Is on five. Chairman
Herbert O'Conor (Md.) is lead-
ing the fight to slash world
arms and war material ship-
ments to Soviet China. And Sen-
ators Alexander Wiley (Wls.)
and Charles Tobey (N. H.) are
working 10-hour shifts on just
the MacArthurlChief of 8taff
hearings alone. There Is a new
Committee counsel - Dick Mc-
ser, a fine corporation attorney
from Maryland but he has
Just a few weeks to learh hat
it took some ace newsmen 40
years to know and Uve through.
All this the mobs know. And
the dynamite outside Tom's
.youngsters', windows was a
I warning to let all labor know
that the Combine knows It's still
riding.
{Copyright 1961. Post-Hall
Syndicate. Inc.)
qfie WASIIIHGTOiTI
MERRY-60-ROUND
y PHlW PIARSOH I
Roadside Ruin
ly BOB RUARK
NEW YORK,In a recent drive from here
to Miami, a sneaking suspicion I have nourish-
ed for years came to full fruit. Science now
has another truism to add to the hard fact
that two parts of hydrogen exposed to one
Slug of oxygen makes water. The Ruark Law,
as it will someday be called, says that If there
is a neoti light out front, a mess of chromium
Inside, and an easily evident Juke box, what
vou get to eat would poison an ostrich.
I am old enough to remember that roadside
eating used to be fun. You could tramp the
brakes In front of almost any hostel that had
screens to keep the files out and generally
manage to survive what they served you. There
are, after all, only so many ways to ruin a
steak, and a hot dog is generally amenable to
a skillet of spitting grease. There is no real
trick to fried potatoes, either, unless you go
out ot your way to wreck 'em.
It is hard to hypothlcate lust why loud, im-
pressive neon signs invariably spoil the broth,
but a scientific approach would indicate that
the cooks are overcome with the magnificence
of their surroundings, and finally decide that
what thev are paid to produce is of no Impor-
tance. It could be. too. that their culinary
brains have been battered out by constant re-
petitions of hillbilly renditions of songs with
the word Tennesse in them. In a spirit of
purest ploue I might add that if I ever achieve
a haven called Mockingbird HU I will be arm-
ed with a 12-gauge shotgun, for purposes con-
cerning onlv me and the mockingbirds.
However. I should not like this to become a
manifestation of personal spite against a de-
mocracy which produces juke boxes. Their evil
influence in the land is less the fault of the
shiny musical regurgltators than of the morons
who permit them to exist. In a free state we
do not shoot hUlblllv musicians, although I
must confess I wonder why we do not.
What basically puzzled me Is why food Is
purposefully spoiled in the kitchen. It has got
to be some sort of deep-laid, carefully-schedul-
ed plot against the digestions of the travel-
ing -hourf.eolsie. They will take a perfectly
good horseburger out of the freezer, and It
cdmes to the customer, after subjection to the
stove, a deep shade of gray and curled at the
edges.
The hot dog today appear susceptible to
some sort of spinal affliction which causes it
to bend like a bow, and Is constructed of pure
rubber. Synthetic rubber, to Judge from the
taste.
Any fried potato which cannot be tied In a
diamond-hitch is cast to the dogs. From Maine
to Florida the potato's natural complexion Is
no longer brown. It Is green. And they bounce
when vou throw them on the floor.
There is no law which says that a roll or
niece of bread must be kept In the refrigerator
and served stark and chilled, but there is a
Reneral suspicion that heating a biscuit is
punishable by fine and imprisonment. This is
parcel to the fact that butter is always served
in a hot mate, to facilitate Its speedy-melting.
I have observed, too. that the waitresses in
neon-lit. chromiumed establishments Invariably
wear bobby sox and soend most of their time
Klggllng In corners with the cook. This may
have some direct effect on the quality of the
kitchen.
Whatever the contributing causes, it is safe
to say that the art of feeding the transient,
once a prldeful thing, has nearly vanished.
There are exceptions, of course, but you have
to know the local sheriff to find the places
where tha natives eat.
People may think it odd if I carry a can of
Sterno in my blndle from now on, but you are
looking at a self-prepared mulligan man. It
Is not fancv fare, but at least it does not com-
bine ptomaine with "The Tennessee Waltz."
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
THE ATOM BOMB FOR ALL TO SEE
Drew Pearson soys: 'Train of Europe" helps unite European
countries; "No Vacancy" for Sen. McCarthy; Korean
war has strengthened our defenses.
WASHINGTON.Three years ago a series of trains ran
through Western Europe as a symbol of friendship from the-Un-
ited States. They were not sensational trains In their appearance
merely long lines of grimy boxcars with an American flag draped
around the engine and placards featuring more flags and mes-
sages from the American people tacked to the car doors. .1
But because these trains carried the friendship and carefully
collected food of the American peoDle, the "Friendship Trains"
were welcomed with enthusiasm In France, Italy, Germany, Aus-
triawherever they went.
Today another train is touring Europe which also carries sym-
bolic meaning and which Is attracting great Interest.
It is made of old passenger cars which were bombed -during
the war, and which have now been put together piece by piece,
painted blue and silver, and which contain exhibits giving the sto-
ry of European unityunity which Europe has long sought to
achieve and without which It has suffered war and tragedy.
"The Train of Europe," as the European unity train Is called,
was built under direction of Marshall Planners in the NAM.
plant, a German firm In Nuremberg. In six of its cars are' large,
electrically lighted charts showing the combined strength of
Europe when pooling its water power, its steel, its fuel and" Its
Industry generally.
Though the train was built In Germany, it was designed In
Paris, in Itself one small step toward unity. The train Is nowJdraw-
lng tremendous crowds in Germany, will next go to Austria, Italy,
Belgium, Holland, the Scandinavian countries and Franc*. "It Is
one of the most Important symbols of peace arid unity since V-E
day.
MCCARTHYSH1NES
Senator McCarthy Is pressuring Republican leaders to gWJilm
another important committee assignment, now that he has Been
bumped off the Senate Appropriations Committee.
However, McCarthy has been told that the only vacancy Is on
the unimportant District of Columbia committee, and he Is now
squawking to high heaven! He has even called his old frlend.-Sen.
Bob Taft, a few names that can't be repeated here. He accused
Taft of being ungrateful and letting him down, and Is now threat-
ening to use his seniority to bump able young Senator Nlxon of
California off the Senate Labor Committee.
POLITICAL DIPLOMACY
Handsome Dick Paterson, likable, newly appointed Ambassador
to Switzerland, wasn't satisfied with that important post and-hung
around Washington for a month trying to wangle the lush'job of
Ambassador to Cuba.
Patterson is a Democrat and a political appointee. In fac, one
reason he got his Job was because he picked the new building to
house the Democratic National Committee, and financed its pur-
chase. Despite this, Patterson's sponsor in the Senate has been
a stanch Republican. Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin. -
Wiley, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
even worked a neat double-play for Patterson. In order to give
Patterson time to try to obtain the Ambassadorship to Cuba. Wiley
held up his confirmation as Ambassador to Switzerlandon the
pretext that he wantea to Investigate Patterson's qualifications.
After several weeks' delay, Chairman Long Tom Connally of
Texas brought up Patterson's name In the Foreign Relations Com-
mittee.
"We have held up this appointment at the request of the Sen-
ator from Wisconsin," he said, and looked inquiringly at Wilev.
"I have examined the qualifications of the ambassador," Wiley
replied, who now haa word that Patterson couldn't get his Cuban
ambassadorship, "and I am satisfied to have him confirmed as
Ambassador to Switzerland."
At this point. Sen. Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts. Republican,
came into the room a little late and asked whether Patterson was
a career man or a political appointee.
"We don't want any more of these political appointments,"
he said.
Whereupon Wiley, who had pretended to be skeptical about his
friend Patterson, suddenly reversed himself and became his de-
fender
"Oh, he has been in the diplomatic service so long that he Is
virtually a career man," explained Wiley. "I find his qualifications
excellent."
Yet his chief qualification was financing a building for the
Democratic Natiohal Committee.
OTHER SIDE IN KOREA
So much has been said about the tragedies of Koreabv this
writer and othersthat the other side of the picture has been
largely obscured.
Tough-minded military men, however, whose Job it is to be
realistic about the preparation of our defense, point to the follow-
ing facts about Korea:
1) The war has enabled us to train an efficient, battle-sea-
soned army. Our troops at first were soft, undisciplined and In
some cases even refused to obey orders under fire. But now thev
are Just the opposite.
2) We are bringing cadres of combat veterans home for train-
ing other troops.
3) Unification has been tried out and has worked beyond any-
one's most optimistic expectation.
4) We have learned guerrilla warfare, something In which w
were almost totally untrained In the past.
5) The nation has been alerted to the danger of Communistia
aggression, and mobilization is under way at a pace that would
not have been possible without the Communist attack on Korea.
A) Europe has also been alerted, and the North Atlantic Pact
nations, which had dawdled for over a year, are now really" pre-
paring.
7) Russia, which was preparing to attack in other areas if
she got away with the Korean conquest, has been deterred. As one
part of this, the Chinese attack on French Indo-Chlna, scheduled
for last winter, has been abandoned because of the terrific Chin-
ese casualties In Korea.
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WASHINGTON.If the readr of this report
is of a somewhat morbidly curious turn of
mind; and If he would like personally (but
safelv) to witness the explosion of an atomic
bomb, he may yet have an opportunity to sa-
tisfy his curiosity. .,
The Civil Defense Agency has now seriously
proposed to the Atomic Energy Commission
that an atomic bomb be exploded publicly
that Is, after arrangements have been made to
permit the maximum number of people to wit-
ness the explosion In safety. The Atomic
Energy Commission Is examining this proposal,
before making its recommendation to President
Truman with whom the final decision will
The Idea sounds fantastic But it Is being
considered seriously for very serious reasons.
One reason is simply that some way must oe
found to get the civil defense program off dead
center. The action of Congress. In reducing ap-
propriations to the point where the whole pro-
gram is a rather grim joke, accurately reflects
the total public apathy toward civil defense.
Part oi the fault lies with the Civil Defense
Agencv itself, most of whose past efforts have
been devoted to grinding out Pamphlets and
mimeographed copies of its officials' speeches.
Yet the apathy also derives from the atmos-
Dhere of dark mystery in which the atomic
bomb has been wrapped. Because very few
people understand what the atom bomb does,
and above an what it cannot do. there has
been a general tendency to succumb to a sort
of shoulder-shrugging fatalism.
Officials ot both the Civil Defense Agency
and the Atomic Energy Commission were espe-
cially dismaved by the reaction to the recent
test In the Nevada desert. The breaking of
windows seventy miles away In Las Vegas
(which was totally unexpected concussion Is
an unpredictable ohenomenon): the flash or.
light seen hundreds of miles away: above an
the secrecv -which surrounded the desert tests:
all contributed to the general notion that
there is no defense against the atomic bomb.
The Drimarv purpose of a nubile explosion
of the bomb would be to dlsoel this notion by
dispelling the atmosphere of mystery. If the
Atomic Energy Commission and the President
Bonrove the Civil Defense Awncv's proposal
whl^h was first out forward bv the nhvsielst
Dr. Ralph Lapp in "The Renorter" magazine
the followtt.g nlan. or something like It, will
be out Into effect.
A site will be selected, not in the Arizona
desert, but sufficiently close to centers of popu-
lation to drive home the point that the dama-
ge inflicted by the bomb is not unlimited.
Buildings of various sorts, ranging from rein-
forced concrete to frame houses, will be erected
at varying; distances from ground zero, the
point above which the bomb is exploded. Any
one wishing to do so could then apply to wit-
ness the explosion, with first priority given to
local civil defense officials.
A bomb of medium power perhaps the
equivalent ot 30.000 tons of high explosive-
would probablvbe used, since the explosion of
a more powerful bomb might conceivably be of
Interest to Soviet agents- The general public
would be allowed to witness the explosion from
a distance of seven miles or more, since this
distance crovldes absolute safety without pro-
tection. To demonstrate that there is such a
thing as protection from the bomb, volunteer
observers could witness the explosion as close
aa a mile from ground zero, at which point one
foot of concrete would offer amole nrotection.
The actual explosion would be televised at
close radge, and reported in all other wave. To
scotch the damaging and wildly exaggerated
fears of llngerine radiation, there might well
be pubM: tours of the bombed site immediately
after the explosion. The site could then become
a permanent testlne ground and experimental
area for civil defense.
In broad outline, this is the project which
is now being earnestly discussed bv civil de-
fense and atomic enerev officials. It is true
that the m-oject. If it is ever approved, might
be transformed into a sort of Roman circus.
Yet It is also true that a public atomic ex-
nloslon could contribute to a serious civil de-
fense bv graohlcally demonstrating the limi-
tations as well as the capabilities of the atomic
bomb, and above all bv substituting for the ter-
rible unknown the always less terrible known.
A reallv effective civil defense could reduce
casualties, even from the Immensely powerful
modern bombs, bv as much as 80 ner cent. An
effective civil defense could, indeed, make the
oreclse difference between victory and defeat,
if war comes. This has been said so often that
it is beelnnln* to lose all meaning. But It is
nevertheless true. And if a nubile exDloslon of
an atomic bomb heloed to show that it is true,
it would serve an immensely useful purpose.
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ALA CARNIVAL DANCE TO CLIMAX COLON FAIR
The Strangers Club will be the scene of a gala CarnWal
dance Saturday as a climax to the Colon Fair. Colorful deco-
rations are beinc prepared to transform the ballroom into a
carnival scene.
Masic for dancing will be furnished bv two bands, one on
either floor of the club.
The Inter-American Woman's
Club Is sponsoring the ball.
Mrs. Robert Fahle and Mrs.
Henry Townshend are general I
chairmen. Reservations for ta-1
bles may be made by calling
Mrs. Fahle.
Mrs. James Ptimpelly is In
charge of the decorations and
Mrs. Samuel Puller and Mrs.
p. Pavon are handling the tick-
ets.
Maa. L. L. Koepke and Mrs.
Albert Motta are chairmen for
the publicity. Tickets are a dol-
lar Jir person.
Carnival costumes or even-
ing WUre will be the order of
the evening. There will be door
prLsUE, and prizes for the pret-
tiest Oman's and best man's
ostutfies. and also for the fun-
;*< -costumes.
Admission may be paid at the
oor.a tickets may be pur-
chased from the I.A.W.C. Club
tv 5th and Melendez Ave.
City the latter part pf the
month. Mr. de la Guardia is
closing the Colon Branch of
his business and all General
Electric products will be hand-
led in the Panama City branch.
Dr. and Mrs. Prler
Leaving for Boston
Dr. and Mrs. Vern Prler will
sail Saturday to attend the
graduation exercises of their
son from Tuft's Medical Col-
lege in Boston, the middle of
June. They will also be with
their daughter, Miss Inga Prler,
who Is In the auditing depart-
ment of the New England Life
Insurance Company.
will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. B. R.
Brundage, House 109-B, Tele-
phone Road.
and Mrs. Ebdon
wiO sail Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. ihomas J. Eb-
don, 8r., and grandson, Bruce
Bcoggins, will leave the Isth-
mus Saturday to make their
hotae in the States.
Mrs. Ebdon came to the
Isthmus in 19C6 and resided
with her parents at Mount
Hope. Mr. Eodon came on a
visit to relatives at Gorgona
In 1907. At the time of his re-
tirement In November 1950 he
was the senior enipioye in poiru
6f service, having worked for
the Canal for '43','2 years.
* Mr. and Mrs. fcodon resided
in Gatun from 1913 until his
retirement. For the past six
months they have been resi-
dents of Gamboa.
They plan to go to Rhode
Island before heading south to
visit relatives in Virginia, and
Houston, Texas, and with their
son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
William Ebdon in San Diego,
Calilornla.
Until their departure the Eb-
dons and Bruce will be the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Ebdon, Jr., and Mr. and
Mrs. K. M. Edwaras of Pediu
Miguel.
South Seas Ball
Saturday Evening
The members of the Wash-
ington cotillion Club are plan-
ning a South Seas Ball to be
held Saturday evening in the
ballroom of the Hotel Wash-
ington.
Members and guests are In-
vited to come appropriately at-
tired for the occasion. There
will be prlzet for the best cos-
tumes, with the men Judging
the ladies' costumes and the
ladles returning the courtesy.
There will -also be a gift for
the lucky visitor.
Notice to Volunteers for
Summer Program
There will be a meeting of
all volunteers to assist in the
Margarita Summer Recreation-
al Program, at the Margarita
Gymnasium, Thursday, May 24,
at 7:30 p.m.
Bi-Annual Girl Scout
Council Meel'ing
The Bi-Annual supper meet-
ing of the Girl Scout Council,
from both sides of the Isth-
mus will be held this evening
at 6:00 p.m. at the Cristobal
Union Church.
All adult registered Oirl
Scouts, who can not attend the
dinner are invited to come for
the business meeting.
Visiting at Santa Clara
Mr. and Mrs. Raul Therlault
of Margarita anr" their house-
guest, Mrs L. C. Hunter of Sav-
annah, Georgia, drove to the
Interior yesterday and over-
nighted at Santa Clara. They
took Mrs. Hunter to points of
Interest in the .'icinlty of the
Beach.
New Musical 'Up In Amis9
Opens Tomorrow At Central
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WEDNESDAY. MAY I, Mil
Circle Meeting
The Ruth Circle Oi the Ga-
tun Union Church Auxiliary
Veronica Chapman
Dies; Funeral
Services Friday
Funeral services and burial of
Mrs. Veronica Chapman, who
died Monday morning at the Pa-
nama Hospital, have been set
back to Friday. She was a re-
sident of Rio Abajo.
The services will be held at
the Corozal Chapel at 12:30 p.
m. t obe followed by interment
at the Corozal Cemetery.
Mrs. Chapman, 39, is a native
of Trinidad. She was a member
of the St. Peter's Mutual Bene-
fit Society and an employe of
the Panama Hotel.
She is survived her sons
Frank and Ronald four brothers
Clebert. Irvin. John and Al-
bert Armstrong sisters Mrs.
Eunice Bourne. Mrs. Zellica
Thome and Mrs. Gertrude Ed-
wards, her parents Mr. and Mrs.
G. D. Armstrong and a daugh-
ter, Veronica.
Discovers Home
Skin Remedy
This clean stainless antiseptic known
all over Canada Moone'i Emerald Oil.
la wen a remara.ble healing agent that
cierna. Barber's Itch. Salt Rheum. Itch-
ing Tow and Feet, and other inflam-
matory akin eruption often go In a few
days.
Moone'i tmarald Oil li pleasant to usa
and it la s antiseptic and penetrating
that many old stubborn caaw of long
standing hare yielded ta Its influence.
Moones Emerald OH (full strength) Is
sold by druggist, everywhere to help rid
you o< stubborn pimplas and unsightly
HKin iroMPla,
Panama Canal Clubhouses
Showing Tonight ( .
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Bob HOPE Jane nuSSEtL
"THE PALEFACE"
Tharsday DAVID HA.UHW, CO^afgUJ^
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Gala Costume Ball of IAWC
Will Be Final Social Event
Of Colon Fair Saturday
Attending Reception at
American Embassy
Mr. Robert O. Holbrook, Mr.
Albert J. Redway, and Mr. Ed-
win J. Madlll, who are visiting
on the Isthmus were Introduc-
ed at a reception given at the
Embassy in Panama last eve-
ning.
Among those who attended
from tne Atlantic Side were:
the American vice-consul and
Mrs. Charles H. Whitaker, the
Comintnding Officer of the Coco
Solo Nava! Station, Captain L.
L. Koepke and Mrs. Koepke,
and Mr. arid Mrs. Albert Motta.
Mr. and Mrs. Maduro
return from vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ma-
duro and son, Douglas, return-
ed the early part of the week
from a three months vacation
spent in New York.
The social climax of the Colon
Agricultural Fair will be a gala
costume dance sponsored by the
Inter-American Woman's Club,
starting at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Queen of the fair and her
court will be guests of honor for
the celebration at the Strangers
Club. Either costumes or formal
dress Is appropriate for the oc-
casion.
Prizes will be cffered for the
most beautiful ccs" times worn bv
men and women, and also for the
funniest outfits. A door-prize will
be given also.
Tickets at $1 are available at
the Inter American Women's
Club booth at the Fair and also
Civic Councils meet tonight
The representatives from the!
Civic Councils on the Isthmus;
will meet this evening at 7:00
p.m. at Gamboa.
Mr. and Mrs. de la Guardia
Moving
Mr. and Mrs Camilo de la
Guardia are moving to Panama
English Dinner Seis
Service for 12. .104 pcs.
$36.50 S38.50 & S42.S0
Until Saturday,
May 26 only!
French Bazaar
COLON
at the club building, 5th and Me-
lendez Avenues.
Co-chairmen for the event are
Mrs. R. S. Fahle and Mrs. Town-
send; publicity, Mrs. Lyle Koepke
and Mrs. Albert Motta; tickets,
Mrs. S. Puller and Mrs. A. Pan-
on; decorations, Mrs. James
Pumpelly.
I o prevent linen turning
yellowto keep it white as
snow, you need to use only
"Up In Arms," Samuel Gold-
wyn's new njuslcomedy hit, film-
ed In Technicolor, opens tomor-
row nlgbt at the Central Thea-
ter.
The movie replaces "Gambling
House," the Victor Mature opus
which had been originally sched-
uled for a Thursday unveiling but
has been temporarily delayed.
An outstanding novelty among
the many original features of
"Up In Arms" is one that merits
particular description. The scene
is laid in the foyer of a cinema
palace.
Danny Kaye, Dinah Shore. Da-
na Andrews and Constance Dow-
ling are a foursome who have
bought their tickets and now
have "that brief delay before
seating" that the barkers on the
outside of the Tiln palaces don't
always mention.
They're In the theater but still
a long way from the screen when
Danny, who's cast as a hypochon-
driac, argues for calling the
whole thing off because "the lob-
by's full of people and the people
are full of germs."
"And besides," he says, "you
know these musical pictures.
They're all alike. A fellow stands
in a crowd of people and for no
reason at all he starts to sing.
Then a whole orchestra comes In
from nowhere and nobody pays
any attention."
To illustrate he sings a few
notes. Just as he said, a full or-
chestra comes in violentlytym-
pani, brass, woodwinds, and the
works. And, just as he predicted,
nobody pays any attention to
him.
"And suppose we do go In?" he
adds, "you get a seat. And -sup-
pose the lady In front does re
move her hat and you get a look
at the screen? It's what you've
seen a thousand times."
And then Danny Kaye goes In-
to his song "Maniac-Depressive
Pictures Presents," written for
him by his wile. Sylvia Fine, with
Max Liebman. which is one of
the most delicious pieces of kid-
ding Hollywood has'ever given
itself.
i
First the song ribs the long list
of "credits" that precede the
opening scenes, and then it goes
on to- present, in side-splitting
tabloid form, a whole musical
comedy, with Kaye leaping all
over the set hurling his Jibes and
satirical cracks, as he sings and
enacts all the roles himself the
handsome hero, the beauteous
heroine, the be-mustached vil-
lain, a band of cowboys, a bevy
of lovely chorines.
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Punch-packed emotion | ,
8eare(i with drama! .
Excitement! Suspense!
Tarnished
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MARGARITA
Slit II
Red SKELTON Arlara DAHL
"Watch the birdie"
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Joan LESLIE Robert ALBA
"RHAPSODY IN BLUE"
Jamas STEWART Josenfclpe HULL
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TOMORROW!
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FRESH UP
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THE FAMILY DRINK.
You like it ... it like*
you . The drink of all
drinks at a popular price.
LAST SHOWING OF THE
"LAST POLITICAL EVENTS IN PANAMA"
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CENTRAL THEATRE
THURSDAY
SWEETHEARTS ON
A TROPICAL TRIP
...with a madman
for a host I
GARY GRANT
JOS FERRER
PLENTY OF LAUGHS
PLENTY OF MUSIC
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SI6NE HASSO RAMON NIVAIIO
CILBERT ROLAND UIN AMES
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CHUCO CENTP.SIMMC'
"La Asamblea no ser
imparcial", Arnulfo Arias
"Me abstengo de defenderme y
espero serenamente el fallo
del Pueblo y de la Historia"
Dice al Presidente de la Cmara al revocar el poder
que fue conferido al Dr. J. N. Laaso de la Vega
El Dr. Arnulfo Arlai ha enviado al Presidente de la Asamblea
Nacional la sica lente comunicacin en la cual le comunica, que
ha decidido revocar al Dr. Jos N. Lateo de la Veja el peder que
le confiri para qne lo defendiera ante la Cmara, donde se le
Jotrar el Viernes por extralimitadon de funciones:
Honorable Seor Presidente de 1? Asamblea Nacional.
ES.D.
Ayer otorgu al doctor J. N. Lasso de la Vega poder
para que actuara como mi Defensor en el juicio que ante
la Asamblea Nacional se me sigue por el supuesto deliro de
extralimitacin de funciones constitucionales.
Despus de meditar sobre la conveniencia de plantear
una defensa ante esa Corporacin, he llegado a la convic-
cin de que la Asamblea Nacional no actuar en mi caso
con criterio jurdico y justiciero, sino meramente como un
Tribunal poltico a merced de mis enemigos polticos y
personales.
En consecuencia, he decidido abstenerme de presentar
defensa alguna, y esperar serenamente el fallo justiciero del
Pueblo y de la Historia.
Revoco, por las expresadas razones, el poder que con-
fer al doctor Jos N. Lasso de la Vega.
Psawma, 22 de Mayo de 1951.
Arnulfo Arias.
Platillos voladores
aparecen nuevamente
en Estados Unidos
Una "estrella de color azulado" estuvo vola
tras un avin a 21,000 pies
La America Latina pag a los
Estados unidos $47311.
durante el mes de Abril
NUEVA YORK, mayo 23.
(UP). Los platos voladores
sean reales o Imatinarlos
volvieron a hacer su aparicin
en los cielos norteamericanos,
en Kansas y Minnesota.
Cerca de 50 residentes en el
extremo oriental del "Lago Rai-
ny" cerca de las cataratas In-
ternacionales de Minnesota di-
jeron haber visto "una bola de
cristal" que emita un ruido pa-
recido al de "un enorme coli-
br", y luego se la uni "otra
bola de cristal".
Un piloto de la American Air-
lines dijo que "una estrella co-
lor blanco azulado" estuvo vo-
lando detrs de su avin a
una altura de 21,000 pies al sur-
oeste de Dodge City en Kansas.
La Fuerza Area de Estados
NUBVA YORK, mayo 21.
(UP). El Banco de Reserva
Federal da Nueva York inform
que las naciones latinoamerica-
nas, mejoraron sue situaciones
de crdito en los bancos de la
Nacin.
Basndose en datos facilita-
dos por quince grandes bancos
comerciales de Estados Unidos,
el Banco de Reserva Federal
Inform:
1) Las cuentas pagadas por
las naciones latinoamericanas
en abril aumentaron en 8,157.-
000 dlares sobre la suma de
mano, alcanzando un total de
47,311,000 dlares.
2) Las cuentas por nuevos
crditos disminuyeron 10,320,000
dlares en el mes pasado, a
38.425.000 dlares.
3) Las cuentas pendientes de
{iago disminuyeron 8,880,000 d-
ares a 119,818,000 dlares a fi-
nes de abril.
4) El promedio de cuentas de
pronto pago ascendieron de 83
por ciento en mano a 17 en
abril.
La disminucin en las cuen-
tas pendientes en abril se con-
sidera debido, principalmente, a
las operaciones de Argentina y
Brasil
Ha vuelto a empeorar
el Doctor Laureano
RIO DE JANEIRO, Mayo 33
(UP)El ltimo boletn mdico
del Dr. Nopoleao Laureano, vic-
tima del cncer, dice que ste
"ha empeorado cada da".
Los dolores han aumentado, el
apetito es casi ninguno, tenin-
dose que aumentar la aplica-
cin de soporferos para aliviar
los dolores.
Protestan por una
Informacin sobre
Martina Guerrero
Con veintids millones de dlares
contribuirn la petroleras para
efectuar un dragado en Maracaibo
Esta rrandiota obra permitir a loa buques de
alto calado entrar al puerto
MARACAIBO, mayo 33. (UP).
Un portavoz oficial anunci
que las compaas petroleras
extranjeras contribuirn con un
total de 23 millones de dla-
res para ayudar a costear el
dragado de la boca del lago
de Maracaibo para hacer posi-
ble que penetren en el mismo
buques de gran calado.
El Gobernador Esteva Rica
dijo que la "Creole Petroleum
K J "?heU Caribbean
Oil Co.", ofreci adquirir eada
una nueve millones de dlares
en bonos de una emisin ex-
traordinaria que el Gobierno de
Venezuela se propone emitir pa-
ra costear aquellas obras.
Esteva Ros dice que la "Mene
Grande Oil Co.", subsidiaria de
la "Texas ol Co.", ha ofrecido
adquirir bonos por valor de
cuatro millonea de dlares.
Actualmente, loa tanques de
poco calado tienen que trans-
portar el petrleo del lago de
Maracaibo a las islas de Cura-
sao y Aruba. en donde se refi-
na ese producto y se embarca
ea tanques mayores.
La boca del lago de Mara-
caibo est obstruida por una
serle de pequeas islas y ban-
cos de arena. La profundidad
en esa parte es de alrededor
de siete pies durante la baja-
mar y 12 pies en pleamar. Una
vez pasada la boca del lago,
la profundidad es de alrededor
de 30 plea
La seorita Marta M. Rulz
nos ha trado para su publi-
cacin lo siguiente:
Una acteraeMa riissam
Con sorpresa extremada he
ledo en el peridico "La Na-
cin" la siguiente acusacin que
se le hace a la enfermera Je-
e del Hospital Santo Toms y
directora de la Escuela de En-
fermeras de esa misma Insti-
tucin, seorita Martina Gue-
rrero.
Como primer punto quiero
hacer saber a la ciudadana
panamea, que yo Mara M.
Ruis, panamea, enfermera gra-
duada en la Escuela de Enfer-
meras del Hospital Santo To-
ms, me sentira Indigna de m,
si guardara silencio con res-
pecto a la acusacin que publi-
ca el corresponsal seor Daniel
Jacinto Fuentes,
Ba necesario que levante mi
vos de protesta, en estos mo-
mentos en que se le hacen car-
gos antojadizos a una de nues-
tras mejores enfermeras, pues
de no hacerlo asi, seria con-
tribuir a que sa asestara una
indignidad a la profesin, de
la eual tombo parte con mu-
<* a. Pag. a, OaL > i
Podrn regresar
al Hospicio 30
alumnos becados
El Visitador de Escuelas Par-
ticulares ha enviado a los pa-
dres o tutores de los alumnos,
el siguiente comunicado':
Por acuerdo.provisional acep-
tado por al Ministro
y el Reverendo,
luractor del'
Mftist
neflclos se les haba suspendi-
do temporalmente por razones
econmicas, podrn Intensaras
nuevamente y continuar sus es-
tudios vocacionalee en est Ins-
titucin, mientras se encuentra
una solucin que satisfaga a
ambas partes. A este entendi-
miento se lleg, gracias a la In-
tervencin efectiva de loa se-
ores Ricardo 1. Bermdez, Mi-
nistro de Educacin y Carlos
Ivin Zfnga, secretarlo del Mi-
nisterio.
Se hace saber a los Interesa-
dos que con excepcin del ta-
ller de mecnica, en el que pre-
vio convenio con los padres o
tutores, debe cubrirse un au-
mento de cinco balboas (B.5.00)
en los dems, no existe obli-
gacin alguna de pagar nin-
gn recargo y menos del pa-
sado ao lectivo.
Suspenden arancel
sobre el Cobre en
Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON. Mayo 28
iUSIS) El Presidenta Tru-
man firm una ley que suspen-
de el impuesto de importacin
de dos centavos por cada lloie
de cobre.
Esta suspension es efecti.-a
aesde el lo- de abril de 1951 y
continuar hasta el 13 de fe-
brero de 1083, o hasta el fin
de la actual emergencia nacio-
nal, cualquiera que lea el ms
corto de los dos periodos.
La ley dispone ademas que si
el precio del cobre en los Esta-
dos Unidos bajo a menos de 24
centavos por libra el Presiden-
te podra aplicar de nuevo el
Impuesto. En ka actualidad el
cobre se vende en los Bstacios
Unidos a 24.5 centavos la libra.
Unidos ha investigado muchos
Informes de estos fenmenos
areos, habiendo negado la exis-
tencia de estos "platos vola-
dores".
Los observadores de Minne-
sota dijeron que la "bola de
cristal" cruz el cielo a una
velocidad que sobrepasaba las
700 millas por hora, detenin-
dose sbitamente y quedando
inmvil sobre el lago.
Luego, ascendi ms de 200
pies en una fraccin de segun-
do. Repentinamente, varios ra-
yos surgieron de la "bola de
cristal" y se dirigieron hacia
una nube cercana, de donde sa-
li una segunda "bola de cris-
tal".
Los testigos dicen que las bo-
las estuvieron flotando en el
aire unos quince minutos an-
tes de re-inclar el vuelo y des-
aparecer.
Fue nombrado ayer
el Personal de la
Polica Secreta
Por Decreto Ejecutivo firma-
do ayer, por conducto del MU
nisterio de Gobierno y J
fu rifilgaadn. el nuevo
tueln
la ciudad de panam, como
personal de las acetones da
Coln y Chlriqu.
Loa nombramientos compren-
den detectives de primara y se-
gunda categora, personal tc-
nico de dactiloscopia e investi-
gacin y otros auxiliares, asi
como mecangrafas, estengra-
fas y personal de administra-
cin.
La Polica Secreta mediante
este Decreto, ha sido reorgani-
zada totalmente, solo dos o tras
unidades que anteriormente pres-
taban servicios y cuya eficien-
cia ha quedado plenamente
comprobada, seguirn prestando
servicios.
Damos los nombres de los Je-
fes de las Secciones de Coln
y Chlriqu: Provincia de Coln:
Inspector Jefe: Carlos Bieba-
rach; Provincia de Chlriqu:
Inspector Jefe: Rogelio Snchez
Para Jefe de Dactiloscopia ha
sido designado el seor Luis A.
Gonzlez; para Jefe de Detecti-
ves: Aristides Picota,; Jara Jefe
de Identificacin y Archivos:
Miguel A. Torres, como Secre-
tarlo General, Everardo B. To-
rres.
Cancelados todos
los permisos para
portar armas aqu
El Departamento de Prensa
y Radio ha dado a publicidad
el siguiente comunicado:
El seor Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia, Dr. Miguel
ngel OraSes, informa, que
desde esta fecha quedan can-
celados absolutamente todos
los permisos para portar ar-
mas, que haban sido expedi-
dos con anterioridad.
En lo sucesivo dichos per-
mises sern espedidos por la
Comandancia de la Polica
Nacional eon el refrendo del
Ministro de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia.
N. de la RLes permisos
para portar armas se venan
extendiendo hasta ahora, por
medio de la Polica Secreta
Nacional.
El problema de la
Alcalda del Bar
sigue complicado
La disputa por la Alcalda del
Distrito del Baru, que en parte
habla sido solucionada por el
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia,
al convenir tanto el Alcalde Ti-
tular, Jos Mullno como su Pri-
mer Suplente Jos de las Mer-
cedes Gonzlez, en postergar
sus asplracolnes hasta tanto no
decidiera en definitiva el pro-
blema el Tribunal Contencioso
Administrativo, que ventila es-
te asunto, tom hoy un nuevo
caris, al retirar el Alcalde Titu-
lar, seor Mullno, la solicitud
de licencia presentada al Conce-
jo y encargarse del despacho.
Al parecer miembros del Con-
sejo Municipal y particulares de
Jos Mercedes Gonzlez presio-
naron contra la decisin del Ti-
tular Mulino, y este se vl obli-
gado a retirar su solicitud de li-
cencia.
La Polica Nacional apoya al
Alcalde Mullno, pero los parti-
darios de Jos de las Mercedes
Gonzlez se mueven en el sen-
de apoderarse del dominio
Ejecutivo Municipal por ln-
io del Concejo.
como Gonzlez
ateal. M
lettndose a
rlraclones y
la Alcalda
l Primer Suplente, hasta tanto
la cuestin la fallara el Tribu-
nal Contencioso.
Contraatacan los
aliados en Corea
Buques de matrcula
panamea acusados de
comerciar con China
En el Parlamento ingls dicen que estn llevando
materiales estratgicos
LONDRES, mayo 23. (UP).
Henry Price, miembro conser-
vador del Parlamento, dijo que
tiene razn en creer que gran-
des cantidades de petrleo y
otros materiales estratgicos es-
tn siendo enviados a la China
comunista en barcos que pa-
gan su matricula panamea en
dlares.
Price dijo que le pedir al
dirigente conservador Anthony
Edn para que inicie una in-
vestigacin. Continu diciendo
que no estaba preparado para
aseverar que los barcos norte-
americanos estn siendo usados
para meter de contrabando pe-
trleo en China, pero dijo "el
negocio es demasiado serio y
debe ser investigado".
En una entrevista Price di-
Jo que "ha habido un aumen-
Delegados de Panam
reciben curto sobre
caminos en EL UU.
WASHINGTON, Mayo 23
UBIS) Ingenieros y Adminis-
tradores de Panam, Brasil, Re-
pblica Domlnicaan y Per en-
tre los delegados de 33 pases
Q"ue estn atando aoaeca Ce
los
La Cruz l)a de
Estados Unidos ha
cumplido 71 aos
WASHINGTON, Mayo 33
(IISIS) La Cruz Roja Ameri-
cana inici su 71o. ao de exis-
tencia con el historial de haber
proporcionado auxilio por 337
millones de dlares a pases ex-
tranjeros desde 1006.
El ao pasado esa ayuda su-
bi a casi un milln de dlares
la ayuda enviada a 38 pases.
Ms de 850,000 dlares se envi
a las victimas de las inundacio-
nes en Canad y Guatemala, a
las vctimas de terremotos cu
Ecuador y Per a las regiones
acotadas por los tifones en Fi-
lipinas.
-T-
La mujer panamea ir eij
forma cvica a la Cmara
Ea la ranal*
nlisislcaa, ana
as electa* ayer en el paraninfo 4* la
sajar de seiscientas mujeres, astas
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
21,300
fliiulcsasu a* tetes pee ai se a ninguna manifestacin Se ndole
poltica, sta* concurrir a la asamblea en forma cvica.
La reanlon fue sumamente animada, y el Comit Pro viste -
al. despus de na nao* de Ideas ea el cual participar* Ta-
rtas rasar as, *eIds* cae la directiva seria electa ana vea ter-
minaran I** msiluiialss aor l*s celes atraviesa el pasa.
La sestea se ltela a las tres de la tara*, enana* la Dra.
Georgias de Lepas, gastar* abierta 1* sesin, y pidi aa sainato
de silencio en aissnstsa de las victimas que cayeran ea les sa-
**a el derrocamiento del Dr. Arlas.
Se As aa vate de e*afiaas* al Comit provisional para que
al sais* entusiasmo con ae 1* ha
hasta atara. Tambin se acord citar para es
m a las stete a tedas las avalores asaeaaeias a ejae coa-
_ a aaa riuajlu cae tendr lagar ea el Gimnasio Nacional.
El Comit ene46 taNfrade sai: Dra. Goorgina J. de Lpez del
Directorio del P.N.R.; Sra. Otilia Arosemena de Tejelra (del
P.NJL); Srta. Luisita Aguilera Patino (de Unin Popular): 8ra.
Blgica Quijano de Morales (del Partido Liberal Nacional) v Sra.
Evassgalma Brld de Morales (del Partido Liberal Nacional).
tercer cuno
Kctlcas viales en ios Estados
liaos, corsos que son auspicia-
dos por la Oficina de CamUios
Pblicos de tos Estados Unidos.
Despus de pasar dos semanas
en Washington, se dirigirn s
los estados del Medio Oeste n
f.n de visitar varias obras. 11
curso continuar durante un
total de 18 semanas.
Panam: Bolvar Mrquez W-
Jr., y Manuel B .Molina P.
Brasil: Carlos Pires de Sa,
Helio Loreto, y Eglblo Scares da
Costa, todos de Ro. y Rolf Pa-
ria Gugisch, de Curltlba.
Repblica Dominicans: Juan
Manuel Valds.
Per: Max del Carpi Mon-
toys, Pedro A. Lainez Locada C.
y Manuel R. Rlvero.
-j------.
Abre concurso a
una ctedra la
Universidad Nal.
Hemos recibido el. siguiente
comunicado para sil' publica-
cin:
Con el fin de llenar una va-
cante para profesor temporal
de Educacin, la Universidad de
Panam invita a los profesores
graduados de educacin a que
presenten sus candidaturas pa-
ra dictar nueve horas de clases
en las asignaturas de Intro-
duccin a la Paleologa, Educa-
cin Comparada y programas.
Los Interesados deban presen-
tar sus credenciales al seor
Decano de la Facultad de Filo-
sofa, Letras y Educacin, Prof.
Rafael E. Moscote a la mayor
brevedad posible.
La persona que sea escogida
en sus funciones como profe-
sor temporal por lo menos du-
rante el presente ao lectivo.
Cualquier informacin adicional
puede solicitarse al Secretario
de la Universidad de 9 13 y
de 3 de la tarde.
Panam, mayo 23 de 1951
B Secretarle General
de la Universidad.
to sospechoso en el tonelaje
bajo bandera panamea desde
3ue termin la guerra. AI'final
e la guerra haban cerca de
1,500,000 toneladas bajo bande-
ra panamea, mientras que hoy
hay casi 3,500,000 de toneladas
usando la bandera de ese pas.
Casi la mitad de este tonela-
je pertenece a buques-tanques
y una gran proporcin de ellos
se dedican a llevar petrleo a
la China comunista legalmen-
te".
Price agreg: "No quiero Ir
tan lejos, por el momento, co-
mo para decir que estos barcos
son norteamericanos, pero la
mayora de estos buques-tan-
ques han pagado su matricula
panamea en dlares. Este es
un asunto demasiado serlo y
si es confirmado despus de la
investigacin, ciertamente que
debe hacerse algo. Si el petr-
leo o cualquier otro material
estratgico es enviado a la Chi-
na comunista, es seguro que es-
t siendo usado en el esfuer-
zo de guerra contra las tropas
de las Naciones Unidas".
La resistencia do
los comunistas ha
disminuido ahora
Ms de 80,000 hombres
perdieron en Is ofensiva
TOKIO, Mayo 23 (UP) Las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
que se encuentran contra-ata*
cando en Corea, estn empu-
jando a las tropas comunistas
hacia el norte en casi todo el
frente coreano- Se han reporta-
do avances de tres millas y
ms.
El Dcimo Cuerpo norteameri-
cano, objetivo principal de la
ofensiva comunista, se uni a
la marcha hacia el norte cen
UU ataque general en el rente
central oriental, recapturando
la unin de caminos de Han^ye
y avanzando luego milla y ./.*-
da a todo lo largo de su frente.
Hacia el sur-este otras fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas cor-
tai on la linea de abastecimien-
to de las tropas comunistas jue
se estaban infiltrando a travs
du una brecha abierta en la li-
nea aliada en un punto al sur-
este de Soksa, a 25 millas al
sur del Paralelo 38. La captura
d(< una montaa clave en el p-
so al norte de Soksa amenaz
atrapar a las fuerzas comunis-
tas.
(Pasa a la Pac g. Cal. II
Se constituy tribunal para
investigar el cierre dp El
Intransigente" e Argentina
M*100!. D F" mtyo M- lue '" aWrldades de los pai-
(UP) Se consttluy el tri- ses afectados les den lss faci-
al da la Asociacin nter- nidadas necesarias para dar
Americana de Prensa para In-
vestigar el cierre del peridico
'El Intransigente" de Salta,
Argentina.
El Tribunal qued formado
por el Lie. Miguel Lanz Duret
de El Universal, de Mxico;
Monseor Jess Mara Pelln.
de La Religin, de Caracas y
el Dr. Luis Mir Quesada, de
El Comercio, de Lima. Como se-
cretario del Tribunal se nombr
al Licenciado Guillermo Tar-
diff de Mxico.
El anuncio oficial de' la Aso-
elacin nter-Americana de
Prensa decia:
"De acuerdo con el reglamen-
to de dicho organismo y ha-
bindose recibido la primera
queja del peridico El Intransi-
gente de Salta, Argentina, que
fue cerrado por rdenes del Go-
bierno de aquel pas, se ha da-
do entrada a la queja y se ha
procedido a integrar el tribunal
que debe conocer de ella.
"La honorabilidad de las per-
sonas que integran el Tribunal
y el alto espritu de Justicia
que los anima, hacen esperar
conocer a los pueblos de Am-
rica la situacin y causas da
los conflictos existentes entre
las autoridades porftlcaa y re-
presentantes de la opinin p-
blica".
Se repartir t
Tender Lear
en el Tropical
La Pan American Brands, a-'
gentes del delicioso y afamado
t Tender Leaf, obsequiar en
la taquilla del Teatro Tropical,
paquetltos conteniendo t para
dos personas, con motivo del es-
treno de la pelcula 'T para
Dos" en el da de maana. Es-
ta original Idea de publicidad
ha tenido gran acogida entre el
pblico que, adems de disfru-
tar de una deliciosa taza de t,
pasar un tiempo agradable en
la presentacin de la mencio-
nada pelcula.
La explosin de las 320.000 lbs
de dinamita levant una nube de
polvo que alcanz ms de 600 mts
La sacudida de la explosin se sinti a ms de
seis kilmetros de distancia
Hay peligro de que Rusia ataque a Irn
WASHINGTON, Mayo 13 (UP) B General Omar N. Bradley dijo e*e existe el peligro de qae l*s Rus*s ataquen
ea Iran, mientras ae el poderi* de les Estada* Unidos para contrarrestar tal as;rsa1u estar debilitado por sas
compromisos ea Orea.
El Htm del Estado Mayor da Estados Unidos advirti ene la situacin en *j atedio Oriente s* ha hecho ma
datante sas daelaracionas ante ei comit del Senado que invest!** la destitaen del General MacArthur.
Aatsi lss assail
Bradley haMa declarado qae las preposiciones de MacArthur de expandir
contra la ChJa* Bala no eran doeanva* y prenderan la mecha de ana tercera guerra maadlal.
la guerra de Corea
El Senador Owen Brewster le prognato a Bradley si la "aparante Inminencia" d* aa conflicto en Irn hacan
deseable hoy, saa ae nunca, la "Ihraidacsa" del conflict* Coreana.
Al contestar te pregante da Btsmsier, Bradley dte a* aaa intervsactu pralssscada ea C*r*a "n*s dejara
reparados para asearle frente a caalquier movimiento ea otro lad*. Prefiera a* decir ae ea Irn, porgas no
astey naav secara ae ste tesura macha aplicacin ea nuestr* cas*."
. Agrac: Hay Informes de movimiento de tropas Bu sas haste Iran para Iniciar otra agracien. No podra decir
"* M i*** wU>Toso se la sltuaetn a Xag**slavla Inste-China, per* ciertamente es un pant* de peligro y
alstera estar a aaa meter atelen para las osis frente a cualquier otra agrsamn ea donde ate ocurriera-.
SALT LAKE CITY, Mayo 23
(l'P) 320.000 libras de dina-
mita, colocadas bajo tierra, es-
tallaron en el desierto del Es-
tado de Utah, en la mayor ex-
plosin no atmica provocada
I or la mano del hombre.
La pruebe fu realizada por
ei Ejrcito norteamericano pa-
ra comprobar los efectos de las
explosiones sub terrneas de
grandes explosivos no atmicos-
La explosin provoc una nu-
be de humo y polvo que se e>-
v a ms de 000 metros de al
tura,
Varios aviones volaron a tra-
vs de esa nube, recogiendo
muestras de polvo. La sacudi-
da de la explosin se sinti a
ms de seis kilmetros de dis-
tancia.
Se renen maana
los Renovadores
El Presidente del Director :-
del Partido Renovador avisa a
todos los miembros del Direc;. -
rio que mtana en la tarae
tendr lugar una importante
reunin en la casa de Don Ro-
berto Clement. Se espera que a
esta reunin asistan todos tfi*
miembros, ya que se trataran
asuntos de importancia.
Fue magnfico el
concierto que dl
ayer la Sinfnica
El Concierto de Msica Nor-
teamericana moderna que ofre
ci ayer en Coln la Orquesta
Sinfnica, bajo los auspicios del
Departamento de Cultura del
Ministerio de Educacin y co-
mo uno de los actos cultu-
rales de la Feria de Coln, re-
sult brillante, segn datos que
hemos obtenido.
En efecto, el Aula Mxima de
la Escuela Abel Bravo estaba
completamente llena. Haba ex-
fiectacln entre el pblico co-
onense por escuchar a Ray Coz
en su interpretacin de la Rap-
sodia Azul de Gerswin. en la
que actu como solista, fue muy
ovacionado. El pblico colonen-
se supo apreciar la alta calidad
de la msica norteamericana de
hoy, en sus r e p r e sentantes
Charles Wake.'leld Cadman, Ho-
ward Hanson, Deems Taylor,
George Gershwin. El director de
la orquesta, don Walter Myers
y los msicos de la orquesta co-
secharon nutridos aplausos. B
Alcalde de Coln, don Jos Do-
minador Bazn. entre otras per-
sonalidades, asisti al concierto.
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-. El pas entero se encuentra a la expectativa
del enjuiciamiento que se est llevando a cabo por
U Asamblea Nacional al Presidente titular de la
Kepblicaactualmente suspendido en sus funcio-
nespor las causas ampliamente conocidas por la
comunidad.
Es natural que exista un gran inters nacional
por el curso de este proceso el cual marcar, in-
dudablemente, un precedente extraordinario en la
yida de Panam. Se trata de un enjuiciamiento al
Jefe del Estado que derog la Constitucin vigen-
te con violacin al orden jurdico de la Repblica.
Por otra parte se explica tambin la expectacin
nacional en torno al asunto por el hecho de que fue
el pueblo panameo el que determin el rumbo de
los acontecimientos a travs de una lucha cvica,
la ms grande que en ese sentido registra nuestra
historia.
Es conveniente recalcar que no slo en Pana-
m hay inters por este proceso sino tambin en
el resto del Continente. Gobernantes y gobernados
de otros pases, especialmente de la Amrica La-
tina, estn pendientes de esta cuestin porque ella
entraa, sin lugar a dudas, una pauta trascenden-
tal que ojal sirva para orientar Presidentes y pa-
ra influir en el nimo de todos los pueblos del he-
misferio. El ejemplo de civismo dado por Panam
ha sido clidamente acogido por la opinin pblica
internacional y, seguramente, ha de estar gravi-
tando sobre quienes se sienten responsables de ac-
tos contra la dignidad democrtica de Amrica, as
como tambin este ejemplo dado por nuestro pas
debe estar estimulando en otros pueblos el senti-
miento de la justicia y de la libertad dignamente
conquistada.
Por la seriedad de la Repblica se necesita que
este proceso se realice dentro del mayor orden a
la luz de la ley en su ms estricta rigidez y fun-
damentalmente inspirado en los principios demo-
crticos. La comunidad consciente espera que se
proceda en todo momento con el ms ardiente pa-
triotismo y con la ms acrisolada honorabilidad
ciudadana. Sera condenable cualquier interferencia
de la imfole que^ fuere que le restase dignidad y*
prestigio a ese acontecimiento histrico en el nial
el Poder Legislativo del Estado ejerce funciones ju-
diciales de acuerdo con lo establecido por la Cons-
titucin para casos determinados.
Afortunadamente el pueblo panameo ha da-
dp muestras de elevado civismo y sabr mantener
el nivel de cultura que las circunstancias recla-
man. Con hondo sentido de responsabilidad habr
de estar vigilante en lo que se refiere al cumpli-
miento de la ley as como ha de continuar alerta
x*n la defensa de sus principios democrticos pa-
ira que nuestro pas se conduzca bajo las normas de
a civilidad que deben ser el mximo aliento de las
instituciones republicanas.
Durante las Cruzadas, hubo
una secta musulmana que cau-
s graneles estragos entre las
huestes de la cristiandad. Sus
hordas se lanzaban al ataque
enloquecidas, d 1 s 11 n gulendose
por la crueldad, que iba pareja
con el desprecio al peligro. Era
la tribu de loa Haschlschin, de-
nominada asi, porque acostum-
braban tomar el haschisch an-
tes de entrar al combate. Los
caballeros cruzados les dieron
el nombre de "assassines" de
donde deriva la palabra caste-
llana asesino y la francesa 'as-
sassin".
La substancia que produca
tales efectos sobre los guerre-
ros se extraa del camo y
era conducida en Asia desde
la ms remota antigedad. He-
redoto se refiere a ella, dicien-
do que los Escitas la emplea-
ban en sus baos de vapor,
"llorando de alegra" ante ella.
Ha recibido diversos nombres
Homero en la Odisea, la bauti-
z con el de Nepenthes; los
rabes la llamaron, sencilla-
mente. Haxlx. que quiere decir
hierba. Los asirlos, que la co-
nocan desde el siglo VIII an-
tes de J. C. la denominaban
Quenabu, que como lo obser-
va el doctor P. Peralta en su
muy completa monografa so-
bre este tema apreciada en la
revista "Actas Clba". es anlo-
ga a la palabra "Cannabls" con
la cual se designa cientfica-
mente la planta del camo.
En los pases lndoamerlcanos
ha recibido diferentes nombres,
entre los cuales el ms comn
es el de marihuana.
Queremos tratar hoy algunos
aspectos de esta cuestin, por-
que en Colombia el nmero de
los adictos a la marihuana au-
menta da por da. constitu-
yendo un grave problema social
que debe ser resuelto. Sobre el
vicio de este estupefaciente ya
han llamado la atncln algunos
de nuestros ms notables higie-
nistas, quienes, por lo dems,
han establecido una legislacin
severa que trata de controlar
el dao que el uso de la ma-
rihuana produce en todas las
capas sociales y en especial,
entre los trabajadores. Desafor-
tunadamente las autoridades en
cuyas manos est poner dique
a la ola daina que nos inva-
de, muchas veces Cquiz por
ignorancia, o por escasez de re-
cursos* no hacen lo posible por
lograrlo.
El vicio de la marihuana es
de reciente introduccin a A-
mrlca. comparativamente con
las otras regiones del mundo.
Los aborignes de nuestro con-
tinente no conocan el ca-
mo, y para la fabricacin de
cordeles y telas empleaban ms
bien el fique o el algodn.
El eminente' cientfico y dis-
tinguido sacerdote R. P. Enri-
que Prez Arbelez, llama la
atencin sobre un hecho de in-
dable importancia acerca de los
cultivos de camo Esta plan-
ta, oue en Jas abnas temr*adas
puede'Aier aarovcchadg ce* la-
nes industriares, puesto que el
arbusto tiene fibras largas y re-
sistentes, al ser transplantado
al trpica pierde sus caracte-
rsticas, de manera que no sir-
va para uso fabril de ninguna
naturaleza: por el contrario, en
las zonas trridas secreta gran
cantidad de resina, de la que
se extrae la daina marihuana.
De ah que durante mucho
tiempo se creyera que la plan-
ta de la que se obtiene la ma-
rihuana, fuese distinta del ar-
busto cuyas fibras se emplean
en la fabricacin de cordeles,
lo que ocasion diferentes y
muy lamentables equivocacio-
nes, como la muy conocida de
un baj egipcio que llev des-
de Europa hasta las riberas del
Nilo algunas plantas de ca-
mo con el fin de explotar a-
grcolamente sus fibras, en el
resultado de que al poco tiem-
ProlUa J. (a %nt
nana
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Todo inspeccionado
por el
Departamento de
Sanidad
po se haban convertido (en
virtud del medio en que se
desarrollaban) en plantas idn-
ticas a las productoras de la
resina que da el haxix. En la
actualidad, pues, se sabe que
no hay sino una sola clase de
plantas ae camo, la familia
Cannabls", con diversas varie-
dades, entre las cuales la ms
daina es la C. indica; las ca-
ractersticas de este vegetal va-
ran segn el ambiente y el
clima en que se desarrolle.
El empleo teraputico del
Cannabls < especialmente en for-
ma de tintura), bastante res-
tringido por cierto,, no as el
tema del presente articulo y
por lo tanto lo pasaremos por
alto. <
Parece que quienes primero
trajeron a 'nuestro continente
la costumbre le ingerir mari-
huana, fueron algunos marine-
ros portugueses, quienes segn
esta teora, habran adquirido
el vicio en las posesiones lusi-
tanas del extremo oriente. Pa-
ra otros, fueron los esclavos ne-
gros durante la colonia. De to-
dos modos, los pases de A-
mrlca La 11 n a que aparecen
ms castigados por este flajelo
son Mxico, Cuba y Brasil.
El grado de Incidencia en
nuestro pas es muy difcil de
precisar. Como es obvio, las
autoridades sanitarias y pollci-
vas, no pueden llevar un con-
trol muy estricto sobre las plan-
taciones de Cannabls, ni sobre
los adictos al estupefaciente,
puesto que como la plantacin
del camo est prohibida y
el comercio con la marihuana
es clandestino, se cuenta con
innumerables dificultades para
el caso. Si tuvisemos estos da-
tos, podramos darnos cuenta de
que el nmero de adictos a
la marihuana en Colombia es
mucho ms grande de lo que
se cree.
Las regiones ms afectadas
por este vicio en nuestro te-
rritorio, son las del litoral, en
especial del Caribe. Pero en el
interior del pas se han descu-
bierto plantaciones de "canna-
bis indica", que demuestran c-
mo los traficantes de ella' han
Que suavidad
de aroma!
in vacudo totTa la repblica con
su nefasto comercio.
El Individuo que cae bajo las
garras de este vicio, se vuelve
un ser antisocial, despreocupa-
do de cuanto le rodea, sin in-
ters por nada distinto a la
obtencin del veneno. La ma-
nera de Ingerirlo, varia de una
regin a otra. Algunos lo to-
man comido; otros bebido, di-
suelto en alcohol, o en Infu-
sin a la que agregan substan-
cias que, como el opio, aumen-
tan su poder nocivo; exista en
la India, por ejemplo, el em-
pleo del haxlx en altas dosis
para castigar a los prisioneros
polticos, llevndolos con ello a
la degradacin .ms extrema.y,
litadnos casos, a la locura
Taie-IPn puede #r aspirarte
coito el rap. En nuestro pats
los habituados acostumbran fu-
marlo, con cigarrillos hechos en
parte de tabaco y en parte de
marihuana.
Esta costumbre de fumar la
marihuana sirve para recono-
cer a sus adictos, puesto que
las quemaduras que sufren con
loa cigarrillos, en el estado de
inconciencla a que llegan, y
las manchas que la substancia
produce en las manos (espe-
cialmente en los dedos pulgar
e ndice y en las palmas, yai
que los marlhuaneros segn se
ha observado, tienen una ma-
nera peculiar de aprehender
sus cigarrillos, ocultando la luz
con el cuenco de la mano).
Los anteriores hechos son muy
eficaces auxiliares de los m-
dicos legistas, cuandoqulera que
se realiza el examen de un
Individuo sospechoso de padecer
este vicio.
De otra parte, las caracters-
ticas somticas y psquicas de-
latan fcilmente a los adictos
del txico. Descuidados en el
vestir, el pelo y las uas lar-,
gas, enflaquecidos y con la mi-
rada vagando en el vacio, el
lastimero cuadro que presentan
estos infelices es reconocido sin,
dificultad por una persona ob-
servadora. En cuanto a su men-
talidad, si bien es cierto que ha
habido casos excepcionales de
personas de Inteligencia sobre-
saliente que muchas veces por
esnobismo cayeron en el vicio,
casi siempre los individuos a-
ectadoa por esta costumbre a-
dolecen de taras psquicas; en
la mayor parte de los casos son
dbiles mentales, esquizofrni-
cos, o personas demasiado j-
venes cuyos frenos morales no
son lo suficientemente firmes.
A la larga, la personalidad de
los adictos a la marihuana va
lnvoluclonando; se van hacien-
do apticos, asintonicos con el
medio ambiente; sus reacciones
impulsivas- los nacen seres an-
tisociales y de una alta peli-
grosidad. Muchos crmenes es-
pantosos, gran cantidad de ro-
bos y de accidentes de trnsito,
tienen origen en la marihuana.
Un autor mejicano refiere el
caso de un parricidio realizado
por un individuo bajo la ac-
cin de este txico.
Hay una gama infinita de
mentalidades entre los viciosos
de este estupefaciente; y las
caractersticas de la embria-
guez con el txico, la define
claramente la frase del nota-
ble mdico francs Blondel:
Cada vicioso del haxix tiene
la embriaguez que merece". En-
tre la inteligencia de Tefilo
Oautler o de Carlos Baudelaire,
quien en sus "Parasos artifi-
ciales" nos relata algunas expe-
riencias Interesantes desde el
punto de vista psiquitrico y
Porfirio Barba Jacob, cuya tr-
gica vida discurri plena de
miserias y grandezas, hasta la
de los fanticos musulmanes
Jue en las serenas noches de
rabia, luego del ayuno de "ra-
badam" fuan sus pipas con
haxlx, esperando la salida de
las primeras estrellas, hay una
escala Innumerable, cuyo ltimo
peldao, el mas concurrido por
cierto, es el de los criminales
vulgares y el de los vagos que
merodean en los barrios mal-
ditos de nuestras ciudades.
La lucha contra el marlhua-
nlsmo se debe llevar en varios
campos a la vez. La higiene
uieudu y la educacin, sanita-
ria, como es natural, tienen
una funcin imponderable en
este sentido. Destruir sistem-
ticamente todas las plantacio-
nes de camo en nuestro pas,
que como ya se dijo no pres-
tan ninguna utilidad y son la
materia prima para obtener el
txico. Castigar drsticamente,
Inexorablemente, a los trafican-
tes de la droga. Y, por ltimo,
deshabituar y readaptar socal-
mente a las victimas de la ma-
rihuana; en instituciones para
l alienados mentales se puede
realizar esta empresa, que pre-
senta menor dificultad que la
del tratamiento de los adictos
a otros estupefacientes, puesto
que aqu no se observan los fe-
nmenos de acostumbramiento
que hacen tan laborioso el tra-
tamiento de stos.
Y, para terminar, citaremos
una, frase de Charles Baude-
laire, el soberbio poeta maldi-
to je ."tai flores del mal en
su OBI* "Le PlradU artificiis",'
de regreso talvez su espritu a-
tornmetado por las diablicas
experiencias en busca de nue-
vas excitaciones para su sensi-
bilidad prodigiosa; "El hombre
que quiere ser Dios, a conse-
cuencia de upa ley moral In-
escrutable, cae pronto ms ba-H
jo de lo que corresponde a su
verdadera naturaleza; vende su
alma a pedazos".
(Tomado de "B Tiempo", *de
Bogot)
Se busca mayor coordinacin
entre organismo mundiales
t
Harry FRAN T" Z'-
WASHINGTON. Mayo 12. (UP). Una mayor coor-
dinacin de loa organismos inter-americanoa y mundiales
en la busca de la solucin a los problemas econmicos mun-
diales ser uno de los objetivos bsicos de la reunin de la
Comisin Econmica para Latino-Amrica, de las Naciones
Unidas, la que comienza el 28 de Mayo en la ciudad da
Mxico.
Se tratar de solucionar cierta rivalidad en cuanto a
la Jurisdiccin que ba existido entre el Consejo nter-
Americano econmico v social y la Comisin y tratar de
formularse un plan de labor conjunta satisfactoria a am-
bas organismos.
Estados Unidos ha participado en reuniones previas con
cierta contencin, pero segn se informa, tratar en la reu-
nin de Mxico actuar activamente en pro de ana mayor
eficacia posible de los planes de ambos organismos.
Esta nueva actitud no significa la prdida de inters
en el organismo continental al que. tantas nuevas enco-
miendas ee le ha dad* en la reciente reunin de consulta
de los Cancilleres Americanos, sino ms bien un mayor re-
conocimiento de que muchos de los actuales problemas tras-
cienden las limitaciones geogrficas v requieren un enfoque
tanto regional como global.
A las reuniones de Mxico concurrirn los representan-
tes de todas las repblicas americanas, del Reino Unido,
Francia y Holanda.
El Embajador Merwln Bohan, representante de Estados
Unidos en el Consejo nter-Americano Econmico y Social
concurrir a Mxico come delegado de Estados Unidos y
George Eythe, Jefe de la Divisin nter-Americana del De-
partamento de Comercio, formar parte de la delegacin da-
ese pala. Ampos actan destacadamente en Washington en
cuestiones econmicas que afectan a Latino-Amrica.
Muchos Gobiernos americanos han llegado a la conclu-
sin de que dentro de este continente existe un amplio
campo de gran utilidad tanto para las Naetones Unidas, co-
mo para los organismos, econmicos interamericanos.
Adems del estudio de los planes conjuntos, en Mxico
se tratar acerca los programas de fomento en Latino-
Amrica, con atencin mayor a los estudios previos respec-
to a Argentina, Brasil, Chile y Mxico y los nueve* estudios
en cuanto a Bolivia, Cuba y Guatemala: produccin de te-
jidos de algodn en Latino-Amrica: la situacin legal de
las inversiones extranjeras en Latino-Amrica; la situacin
de las materias primas: las actuales tendencias eeonmicaa
y los problemas del comercio exterior.
La Secretaria del Consejo nter-Americano Econmico y
Social presentar un estudio especial de la capacidad de Es-
tados Unidos para absorber los productos Latino-Americanos.
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COLON, mayo 23. (33.)
Hemos recibido de don Osear
Tern A., la circular No*;.*, de
fecfla 21 de mayo, en la cual
nos informa que ocupa la Go-
bernacin de esta Provincia, por
Ucencia concedida al titular don
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A continuacin la circular
completa >ara mayor informa-
cin de nuestros lectores:
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EL PAHAMA AMBRICA,
Seor:
Muy grato para m es lle-
var a su conocimiento que por
resuelto del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia de fecha JR
del prsente, me rabe el honor
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en mi corta estada al frente de
este despacho.
De usted atentamente,
Osear Tern A.,
Gobernador".
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El PANAMA AMERICA DlAftlO INDEPENDIANTl
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teme
mezcle en
que
Eisenhower se
lo de MacArthur
.
El Departamento de Defensa
ha aplazado a toda prisa el
viaje de Ei&eiihower aEE.UU.
Se advierte que la presencia del General en, Washing-
ton en estos momentos no sera apropiada
&
Por Steflan Andrews
(N. A. N. A.'
WASHINGTON Mayo
i EPS) El Dtpartamen
Defensa ha aj/.azado a
de
loda
prisa el v i a t e que el general
Ewight D. Eisenhower llevarla
* cabo e mes a los Estadoa
Unidos, a fin ric evitar que se
mezcle en la controversia aObre
MacArthur.
Elsen'nower loa a regresar a
Washington a i'nes del mes ac-
tual para prestai testimonio an
favor del programa de ayuda
militar de leu mil millones de
dlares, destinado a 7a defensa
ce las naciones del Pacto del A-
tiantico.
Enfrentndose a la perspecti-
va de cgie esto le situar en me-
ci de la dlsput? sobre MacAr-
thur, los funcionarlos del Pen-
tgono han decidido aplaza.- su
viaje "Indefinidamente".
Se supo tambin que se ha
cancelado provisionalmente la
piesentacin de Elsenhower en
una funcin Je la universidad
c< Columbia, de la cual l fu
rector.
Clayton Fxltchey, director de
Uelaciones Pblicas, confirm
sue el viaje de Eisenhower ha
sido aplazado hasta que haya
pasado el peligro de que pu.-da
ser arrestado intervenir en la
disputa sobre MacArthur.
Otros funcionarlos indicaron
que slo una Insistencia de par-
te del Departamento de Esl.-do
en el sentido de que Elsenhower
comparezca a defender el pro-
yecto de ley sobre ayuda exie
Uor. podra echar abajo la de-
cisin del Penclgano de que El-
senhower no i egrese-
Dicha decision plantea un di-
lema en estos momentos, segn
se indic. SI l no viene a Wr.ah
lngton a prestar testimonio, e-
11o puede poner en peligro la a-
probacln del proyecto de ley-
sobre ayuda defensiva; si regle-
ta, se ver inevitablemente a-
riastrado a intervenir en la
controversia,, sobre MacArthur.
El mfyot general Wilton B.
Persons,, ex-o/icial de enlace de
Elsenhowr en el Congreso dijo
KSO^
legria
de vivir!
j |Qo~ fresco y cmodo te lenle iu
Beae cuando lo lava con Jabn
Johnson y le una un poquito da
Aceite Johmon! El aceite vita irri-
taciones de U piel ... El jabn re-
fnwc y luaviza. Amhot favorecen
la piel . .proporcionan bienestar.
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Qoknon *Apk*fon
te l tambin le-advertitia al
general que su pesencia en
Washington .en estos momento?
tio seria apropiada .
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____________
Para revisar as exigencias de viado- pronto al Capitolio.
la organizacin-militar del Fic-
to del Atlntico, el general O-
jnar N. Bradley har un vloje
a Europa alrededor .del 18 de
Junio, a fin de celebrar confe-
rencias con Eisenhower y su esr
iado mayor, segn se hizo saber.
Los siete mil millones de d-
lares que las naciones incluidles
en el mando del Norte del A-
tlntlco han dt recibir confor-
me a los termino del programa
dt defensa mutua, son pa'te
riel total de diez mil millonea de
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El programa original era que
Eisenhower regresar a los Es-
tados Unidos para servir de tes-
tigo principal en deensa del
proyecto, a fin de aumentar la
oportunidades de ste de ser -
probado rpidamente por :o*
comits del Congreso.
Sin embargo algunos de toa
senadores que participan en las
vistas sobre MacArthur sen
miembros del comit de Asigna-
ciones del Senado, que tenu.a
que tomar accin por lo que se
refiere al proyecto de mar: as.
y se daba por sentado que inte-
rrogaran a Eisenhower en re-
lacin con MacArthur.
An cuando se mantuviese a
Eisenhower lucia de la disputa
sobre MacArthu, se seal qu
.as preguntas que sobre polti-
ca gubernamental le hiciera los
comits le situaran directamen-
te en el centro de la controver
sa.
Antes que arriesgarse a mes-
dar a Eisenhower en esta con-
troversia, el Departamento de
Defensa decidi por ltimo qv.i
sera mejor no exponerle a e.lo.
dejndole permanecer en Euic-
po por el momento.
Circuios Informados en el
Congreso admleron que el pro-
yecto de ayijda exterior auspi-
ciado por el gobierno se enfren-
tara a fuertes embates de 'os
'cgisladores si no contase con
ti endoso personal de Elsen-
hower.
El gobierno lia prepuesto que
se encargue al Departamento
c Estado de la administracin
de los diez mil millones de Un-
ales, lo cual, en vista de la ac-
hual hostilidad contra Ache..on
en el Congreso, viene a comprt-
car ms la situacin.
Los rumores de paz en Corea
afectan el mercado mundiaf
Lo rumores insistentes en
ese sentido provocaron una
baja importante en la bolsa
(.v.ajUA.)
Par CHARLES F. SPEARE
NUEVA YORK, Mayo (EPSl-
Qulz parezca extrao a un
hombre que viva en algn pun-
to entre Nueva York y San
Francisco que Wall Street sien-
ta cierta conmocin cada vez
que se habla du, una prxima
paz en Corea. Los rumores que
circula.on esta semana en el
sentido de que se llegara pron-
to a un entendimiento entre los
ejrcitr-s de las Naciones Unidas
y de loe comunista* chinos, pro-
vocaron la baja ms importan-
te del ao en la "bolsa. El 5 Ue
mayo el promedio de precios
Dow-Jcnes alcanz una nueva
cima de 263.13. El 15 baj a
252.12. 'lentras tanto, las accio*
clones ferroviarias bajaron cinco
punto. Sin embargo, tal baja
La fuga del capital, las perspectivas de nuevas de-
preciaciones monetarias perturban la situacin
bancaria en Europa
abril por o
de tiendas seala quf

caus poco dao a los Inversio-
nistas, que haban obtenido un
buen margen de seguridad. En
realidad el golpe fu ms sen-
timental que financiero.
Junto con U noticias y ru-
more* cerca de la guerra y la
tilinta MNID
estn desempacando
experimentadas en
cho ti
las ms altas fueron las de )n
casas que venden por correo f
las de vveres. Los negocios q
vieron reducidas sus ganancir
fueron loa de zapatera y rop-
principalmente. Pero en gen
ral todas las categoras subie-
ron sus ganancias -n relacicrt
con el mismo periodo del a?o
anterior. Aparentemente el au-
mento de rosto en los articule a
de consumo general ha susper-*
dido lo que fu un perodo m< J
bueno en negocios al por men ,-,
Tal vez la tendencia a la tu
Ja sea controlada por los re-
fuerzos del gobierno para co: -
trolar la inflacin de precios.
La fuga Ce capital, las pers-
pectivas de nuevas depreciarte*
nes monetarias y de un aumer -
la 'i
paz se hicieron anuncios de una to de tributos pertuban
prxima introduccin, en la' tuacin bancaria europea.
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teriales necesarios para la in-
dustria de armamentos. Las re-
comendaciones sobre impuestos
fueron tomadas tambin como
contrarias a un movimiento de
alza en el mercado. Todo esto
ha ocurrido otras veces sin cau-
sar verdadero dao a la bolsa.
Pero es interesante anotar que
el promedi de precio de las ac-
ciones industriales ha tratado
de subir varias veces sobre su
anterior record, y en cada ca-
so ha'encontrado una conside-
rable liquidacin.
Un anlisis de las ganancias
bonos nacionales de Holanda, i
Blgica han declinado mucrll
recientemente. Las reservas m
Banco de Holanda han bajada
trescientos millones de florin- *
desde mediados de marzo, ni
Banco Nacional de Blica ha te
nido necesidad de pedir al Barr>
co Nacional de Suiza suflcler-
tes francos para cubrir su di -
ficit con este ltimo pas. Bi-
lletes bancarios belgas estatt
siendo enviados a Nueva Yorie
desde Suiza para se.- remitido!
a Blgica, dice el "New York Ti-
mes."
Se anuncia tambin que R'J*
sla va aumentar el valor da|
(Pasa a la Fg. 7 Columna 3)
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Lnea completa de los famosos
PRODUCTOS DE BELLEZA
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ABANICOS novedosos
BOLSAS de noche
PERFUMES de las marca*
ms famosas.
Adems
Productos YARDLEY para nombre.
Bazar Frances
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
Plaza de Santa Ana Panam


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HORIZONTALES:
1Arm antigua
5Catastro, Abv.
*Suerte en el Juego de la
lotera.
12Ave de rapia.
1Altar.
14Sesgo.
15Que pasea.
17Vasija para cocinar.
18En las playas.
1Composiciones literarias.
21Palo de la barata espaola.
23Onomatopeya del ruido.
24 Redondeles o circuios.
27Polvillo que aspiraban los
antiguos.
29Elemento electroltico.
32Cuerda para atoar.
34Secreto.
36Adverbio de modo.
37Del verbo orar.
39Naipes.
40Del verbo liar.
42Nacin o Estado.
44Pamoso.
47Residuo.
51El primer hombre.
52Conductos principales de la
sangre.
54Solicita.
55Pr eposicln.
5*Nmero.
57Extremidades de las aves.
C8Adverbio de modo.
59Labirnagos.
VERTICALES:
1Sumo Pontfice.
2Elevar, alzar.
3_Del verbo coser.
4Que contiene arena.
5Perro.
8CaJOn de madera para
masar.
7Moneda de plata.
8Del verbo abogar.
9Organizaciones militares.
10 Nombre de un artista fa-
moso apellidado Lugosl.
11Te atreves.
16Ro de Suiza.
20 Fluido imponderable.
22Reaar.
24Propletrla.
28Igualdad de nivel.
26Que tiene orillas.
28Clase de tela.
30Uno, en Ingles.
31Nosotros.
33Hijo de Lot.
35Relativo a la casa, Pl.
38Instrumentos de trabaje.
41Natural da IVena, menos la
T.
43Marchare.
44Abrigo sin mangas.
45Concejal.
46Del verbo rapar.
48Semilla aromtica.
49Pedazo de madera.
50Del verbo osar.
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aniaa anara nran
19039 ja Lia aaw
El 26 se inician
las fiestas en el
pueblo de Bejuco
Con gran entusiasmo se a-
delantan los ltimos toques pa-
ra las fiestas patronales gae
han de celebrarse en el pinto-
resco y acogedor pueblo de Be-
juco, en los dias 26 y 27 del frit-
rente mes.
Darn realce ha dichas iies-
tiis, el Reinado de Simpaius
Mi la que se disputan dicho ii>-
nor lindas damltas del baila
jaidn bejuqueflo; adems qje
sern amenizadas por la Or-
questa La Perfecta de Armando
Boza, con sus cantante Many
Bolaos y German Vergara.
El pueblo de Bejuco vestir t
sala para esos das y es de es-
perarse que sean todo un txitt
que le ara onor a este cono
pueblo.
Bejuco invita a todos sus a-
mgos y simpatizadores,' lo .nu-
rr.o que a la Colonia bejuqueua
r'sldente en esta Capital, paia
tales festividades. Adems, ha-
rn peleas de gallos, tamborko-s
y otras diversiones pofanas y
religiosas. Visite a Bejuco oti
deje de asistir a este granlos j
r.contecmiento con motivo di
sus fiestas patronales_________
la Asociacin, y esperamos aue
esta Idea tambin sea compa.
tidao por otros Jvenes de Pee.
Olmedo Vrela
La Zafra En El Ingenio Santa Rasa
Reorganizacin de
'Pes Unido9 piden
unos miembros
Luego pasadas las fiestas pa-
tronajs de Pes, mientras ce-
mentbamos con los miembros
actifOs de la Asociacin Pes U-
nlto acerca del xito que u-
tan tenido las pasadas fiestas
Iranoales de esta ciudad, y el
en orden que hubo durante
__as, omos estas palabras de
uno de ios miembros:
"En Pes es necesario reora-
ri'.ar el captulo de la Asocm-
clo Pes Unidos para hacer mes
f*cil y efectiva la labor de me-
joras que la Asociaaln tiene en
proyecto'".
Porque competimos la Idea
pues opinamos que est en
consonancia con la realidad ac-
tual de la ciudad ya que muono
de! progreso de las ciudades arl
Interior de la repblica es el
esultado directo de las luenas
de estas agrupaciones, nos ei o-
portuno hacer el siguiente ce-
mentarlo y con l esperamos
haber agregado algo ms a la
idea de este activo miembro de
la mencionada Asociacin.
Reorganiz el capitulo de Pes
lio es tarea difcil si se pienza
qae una mayora de jvenes pa-
senles asistirn a un llamado
para reorganizar el captulo pa-
ta esdpus de reunidos eleir
la directiva que se encargar je
dirigir las siguientes reunion,,
y si esta mayora tendr* pre-
sante qu la reorganzactn ciel
capitulo tiene como flnalia
-rimardial la de construir 1
Litnestar de los habitantes de
ejla ciudad, resolviendo alguno
e los problemas que ms la s-
quejan-
Dlfcll resultar reorganizar
c. capitulo si al anunciar la
sxunipn se le acoge con Cotai
rases: "Para qu" "Nada f
obtiene".
Luego de haber consegutft
que asistamos una mayora
esta reunin, y en ella Inclui-
mos a todos aquellas a quienes
Ils anime el deseo de reorgani-
zar el capitulo, se discute la
forma d hacer las futuras rtu
nlones en forma tal que no it-
sulten stas aburridas. Los das
y la hora a reunirse se fijarn
c. acuerdo a las ocupaciones ?
Ib mayora de los asistentes. Po-
dr presentarse en sta, la pil-
niera reunin, algn problema
qi'p necesita estudio y discutirlo
en forma democrtica para bur-
earle solucin con las ideas de
cada uno de los presentes.
Con actitud serena y estuJo
de los problemas, este capitulo
e 'Hado a la Asociacin Pes
Unido, puede hacer mejoras de
indiscutible valor para los mo-
ledores de Pes. ,
Estamos de acuerdo con la I-
ca de este miembro activo e
Labor en Chupampa
de la jira mdica
En la penltima etapa de
nuestro Itinerario, nos acompa-
aron el doctor Guillermo Rojas
Sucre y su seora doa Rosa Ca-
rrillo de Rojas Sucre, el doctor
Victor Aparicio Rivera, y las en-
fermeras seora Juana Adames
y la seorita Juana Ortega. Fue
posible llegar hasta aqu, gracias
a los oportunos servicios de
nuestro compaero don Floren-
cio Guevara, pues nunca tuvimos
a nuestra disposicin, permanen-
temente, medios de transporte,
ni para nuestro equipo ni para
La carretera a Bocas del Toro debe seguir
hasta su terminacin
DAVID, Mayo 2!.Sumas de consideracin lleva
vertido el Estado panameo en la carretera Boquete-
Bocas del Toro. La importancia dt esta obra para -la
repblica en general se aprecia en toda su magnitud.
Por ello la comunidad confia en que estes trabajos rea-
lizados constituirn seria preocupacin para el actual
Gobierne, ya que no seria posible confundir las cuestio-
ne* de poltica partidarista con loa intereses del pala. M
la obra iniciada adolece de errores en cuanto al trazado
de la va en proyeeto, se considera que deben salvarse
las dificultades de orden tcnico sin sacrificar la cons-
truccin de eata magnifica obra.
Con gran entusiasmo se est
desarrollando el programa
de la Feria Agro-Pecuaria
ina .acea corriente dorante la zafra en el Ingenio Santa Rosa, donde se muelen
-ii.. \i taneada de cana cuyo jugo se ha de transformar en azuear y alcohol.
*M^^^&n***nto**^te* lt n* **'!** y cuarto de
cana que lleva una carretera.
P O C R I, DE AGUADULCE,
Mayo 23 (Corresponsal Es
de justicia, ahora que ha termi-
nado la estacin seca en esi-t
lugar, "nacer constar aqu q.e
curante los 4 meses de verano
r.o ha hecho falta el agua en il
Acueducto de Aguadulce y Pocr..
Por primera vez, en la hlflt
i-ia del Acueducio de Aguauicc
mantenido llenos durante too ae Zona, y del celo y capacidad
el verano, suministrando limpia ae tranujo de sus colaboradores
seores Pedro y Claudio Ecnc-
vorria, el Acueducto de Agua-
dulce, ha logrado conseguir su
eficiencia y casi perfeccin.
Ojal los dirigentes o las ai-
lai. autoridades del Ramo se-
> abundante agua durante las
21 horas del da.
En otros tiempos, el suminis-
tro de agua en Aguadulce era
una calamidad y diariamente
se hacan or las voces de pro-
testa por la falta de agu
Gracias a la eficiente y con- j.an reconocer los merecimientos
sagrada labor del AgliuleujM |ue estos servidores pblicos y
i del Acueducto de AguaauKx sagrada labor del 4uw*.i|Ut! e. .b
acurre esto Los tanques se nanaefior Dmaso J, Botello, Jtle le:amularlos.
circunstancia fue la causa prin-
cipal de que muchas veces per-
diramos varias horas de tra-
bajo.
En la localidad cooperaron los
seores Eligi A. Dias. Sergio P-
rez Delgado y Juan A.
Qaboree
HHATAZA DEL DELICIOSO CHOCOL0
(|Bn EVERREADY
nuestro personal. Est a-ltima Las seoras Indalecla Muoz, Jo-
sefa M de Diaz, Exuperancla de jefes de familia. Se eliminaron
Luaue v 8iblla M. de Gonzlez., quinientos sesenta y dos focos
Las seorita Graciela Mock, Vio- dentarios. Se tomaron veintic n-
co muestras de sangre para in-
vestigar paludismo con sus res-
ieta Lpez, Maria P. Polo, Bea
trlz Gonzalez y Carmen Arela.
Fueron atendidas trescientas
cuarenta y siete personas, de las
cuales se estudiaron veintiocho
i .........
I
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''
Al pblico automovilista.
Invitamos a Uds.
a la Gran Inauguracin del
SERVICIO LUMAX
(Interseccin de Va Eepaa y Va B. Porras)

HOY 23 de Mayo a las 5 p. m.
El buen
automovilista
no llama
a sus amigos
BOCINA
YA
[ FTTTTJ.jrrTn
pectlvos ndices esplnlco y he-
moglobnlco.
Medicamentos distribuidos:
Antipaldicos: Doscientos tre-
ce comprimidos de 0,10 gramos.
Antiparasltflrios intestinales:
Cuatrocientas cincuenta y cua-
tro perlas de hexylresorcinol de
0,20 gramos o sea tratamiento
para noventa y cuatro personas.
Ciento setenta tratamientos de
qucnopodlo. para nios. Ciento
cincuenta y cuatro comprimidos
de Wintodon.
Antlanraicos: Cuatro mil seis-
cientas pastillas de sulfato fe-
rroso simple de 0,325 gramos, y
tres mil setecientas pastillas de
sulfato ferroso con complejo ''
de 0,325 gramos.
Antibiticos: Diez ampollas de
penicilina procaina de 400,000 u.
nidades.
Vitamnicos: Mil ciento vein-
COLON, mayo 23. (JMVM).
Hoy entra la Feria Agropecua-
ria, Comercial e Industrial de
Coln, a su cuarta etapa de
efectivo desenvolvimiento. Has-
ta ahora ha tratado el Comit
Organizador de dicha actividad
cumplir con todos los nmeros
del programa oficial acordado
para este fin, que a no dudarlo,
abrir nuevas rutas progresis-
tas en los destinos de la Pro-
vincia de Coln, que necesita
de la cooperacin general par
cumplir la elevada misin so-
cial que le ha Impuesto el des-
tino.
En consecuencia existe gene-
ral optimismo. Ayer la Perla
se Vio desbordante de pblico,
tanto de esta ciudad como de
la ciudad de Panam y Zona
del Canal invadid los terreno
de la Perla. Los pabellones die-
ron cabida a miles de personas
que luchaban por introducirse
en ellos con el propsito de a-
Dreclar lo aue lujosamente pre-
sentaban. El pabelln hind,
fiel copia del famoso palacio de
Jah Mahak result ser una de
las atracciones selectas de la
feria, lo mismo que el Parthe-
non, pabelln donde la colonia
riera ha hecho un despliegue
brillante al presentar todo lo
que ha podido para que el p-
blico aprecie y valore. Entra a
figurar en primera linea tam-
bin el soberbio pabelln de Es-
paa, donde la brava Andalu-
ca* emborracha con sus em-
brujos y atrae oon su grandeza.
El pabelln de la Cervecera
Nacional abre un parntesis ha-
lagador y atrae inmenso pbli-
co diariamente.
Por otra parte, despus del
Imponente acto de la corona-
cin de la Reina de la Perla,
Gioconda Primera, celebrado- a
te comprimidos de tlamlna de 10
miligramos, setecientas etncuen-
i perlas de complejo "B",,y qui-
temos setenta comDrinildos de
cido ascrblco de ,r.O mUlgrai
mos.
Sulf amidas: Doscientos setenta
y ocho comprimidos de 0,50 gra-
mos entre trisulamlda, sulfata-
lldina y sulfaxucldlna.
Patentes y frmulas magistra-
les: Ciento dos unidades.
Otras inyecciones: Dies y nue-
todo lujo, su graciosa Majes-
tad ha venido participando en
todos los puntos imponantea
del programa oficial, acordad
re Comit Organizador do
Feria. La gentil"relneclta y
sus hermosas damas reciben
constantes atenciones de cada
uno de los pabellones que visi-
tan y son obsequiadas con pro-
ductos y artcufos de exhibicin.
En la maana de hoy hicie-
ron derroche de delicadeza, en
los terrenos de la Perla y to-
mar Su Majestad como toda
las damas, participacin' en ia
pelcula oficial que ser tomadt
Todo indica que la Feria do
Colon triunfar. Entre los stand
aue se destacan en la f%ria es-
t la de Chlriqul Land Co., don-
de esta poderosa compaa ba
tratado de ofrecer al pblico to-
do lo que produce, exporta y
compra. Desde el abaci hasta
la copra, desde los Inmensos
bananos hasta los producto
nacionales lngertadoe, produc-
tos que han despertado en la
Feria de Coln admiracin y
han conquistado asimismo mu-
chos aplausos, apuntndose es-
ta compaa un triunfo legiti-
mo mas a los obtenidos en
certmenes anteriores de esta
misma ndole.
La Feria de Coln sisme su
marcha inquieta y arrolladura.
La ciudadana coopera con esta
actividad y existe gran opti-
mismo en relacin con la cele-
bracin de la futura feria del
centenario.
OiTINQAmejorymi duradero
alivio para su garganta eon las
simaras y deudosas Patana
Vkfc. Esta no etlo duran mas,'
ve.
Jira Mdico-Aaistencial
Chupampa, mayo 17 de 1951.
* os san r##fcw*f media-
MdM-esn midliraw especV
alasddVIckVapeKu. _
P,AlASVICK
i&
Uno tragedia en
aha mar que
* 1 -M
termino en romance...



MIRCOLES, MATO It, Iftt
WL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO DtDCPgNDIINTV
Telefona S-tlM
Informe para esta seccin te reciben en la
Kedaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Ataruga 1M
ORAS: l;M > 1I:H
Com*
El seor Robert Eieenman y
seora Vannesa F. dt Elsenman
ofrecieron una comida en el Ho-
tel El Panam, en honor de loa
seorea Albert J. Redway y Ro-
bert O. Holbrook, del Export and
Import Bank, quienes se encuen
tran actualmente en nuestra ca-
pital.
Para Chile
pas varios das an Panam, an-
tes de continuar su viaje hacia
Chile.
seor C. P. Barlnas quien ae en*
cuentra pasando varios das en-
Hotel 0 panam.
Para Chiriaui
uleron para Boquete en don O* lar Amrica
de pasarn varios das de des-
canso el aefior Arlstldea Romero
y seora Marta Luisa O. R. de
Romero, Orata estada les de-
mos.
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a BX. el Embala-
dor de Panam en el Per, seor
Despedimos atentamente a la
seora Elena de Alfaro, quien
procedente de flan Salvador,
RADIOS
K.I.. A.
LA POSTAL
Central U
De loa Estadas taloes
Saludamos atentamente a la
seora Amalla de Castillo Ledn
Presidenta de la Asociacin In-
teramericana de Mujeres, quien
se encuentra en nuestra capi-
tal, de paso para Chile.
De la Repblica Dominicana
Orata estada le deseamos a
8.E. el Embajador de la Rep-
blica Dominicana en Nicaragua,
i A, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosas y fortificantes
HOJUELAS PE AVENA 3-MINUTOS
d*LJ,|rYM*"ud un"b"o "n pisto
b. m*n,ie, cr<*1- p""& o
bueno que ton , suculentas hojuelas
tSSt wadu"d" ' ">< r rico abor
nuez, que tinto estimulen el apetito.
tTJB&*P *.A* 3-Minuto,
Pr.,7aeryunUS,,eri"me- "rrferido

Nuevos Vestidos

en Algodn
Seda
Organdie
y muchas otras Telas de
Gran Novedad
a 4.95 7.95 9.50 y 11.95
LA CREACIN
Ave Central No. 67
Otra Oportunidad para Usted.
Ayer recibimos anos cuantos
JUEGOS DE DESAYUNO ARVIN
con tapas de FORMICA que
resisten al calor, a los cidos
v a los cigarrillos
CMPRELO por CLUB
l* Caaa de los Vidrios y los Linleos
e Facilidades de Pago Servicio a Domicilio
Avenida Central 16 CLIB Tel/ene 2-Z4M
Ernesto flrln, oulen if"ayer a
nuestra capital.
Despus da haber pasado una
corta temporada en Urna, llag
ayer a Panam a bordo de la
ayer a Panam a bordo de un
avion de la Compaa Area Pe-
ruana Los Andes, el Secretario
de la Embajada del per, seor
Jos Alvarado Snchez. Lo sa-
ludamos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
8aIudamos cordialmente al se-
or Miguel 3. Moreno Jr. y seo-
ra Graciela O. de Moreno, quie-
nes cumplen en esta fecha dies
aos de casados.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Rosarlo O. de Arias
Seor Charles H. Crawford
Dr. octavio de la Guardia
fjw Vlrrillo Guerrero Jr.
Nia Carmen Isabel Campo
Cumpleaos de Maana
Seora Clotilde de la O. de
de la Ossa.
Seora Magdalena I. de Brl-
ceno.
Seor Reinaldo Cohn
Seor Jaime Berrocal
Nia Mayra Raquel Caries O.
Nio Agustn Arango Arlas
Nio Domingo de Obaldia Ke-
liermsn.
Viajeros
En viaje de placer se ausent
ayer con destino a New York a
d0 d,el vapor "8*nta Brba-
r we l* .,lce Unt-la P0
del Embajador de Argentina,
J, Martha Surez de Lpez
Muiz, en compaa de su hijo
Julio Alberto. Los distinguidos
viajeros permanecern ausentes
por espacio de varias semanas
visitando las principales cluda-
'Im Esados Un'dos, Canad
7 Mjico. Les deseamos un feliz
PAGINA CINCO
La esposa angustiada y el
perseguidor implacable
EL BANQUETE DE LA SOCIEDAD DE INGENIEROS,- Re aaui una vista a.ai.1 r *.
de la Sociedad Panamea de ingeniero, ofreci a los mfemb di Isa etida? one h'sdo
ve at tttntn rae, may ctaeOTrtaa, anea asisti ms de un centenar de Ingenieros.
CUMPLEAOS
Publicamos la fotografa del
nio Luis Eduardo Crdenas,
.alen celebra hoy su cumple-
aos, motivo per el cual sus pa
dres ofrecern una fiesteeita en
se residencie. Le deseamos mu-
chas felicidades.
La lujosa y alegre comedia
musical "Soando Despierto"
estrenan maana en el Central
Viajero
Sale maana para Managua
i destacado comerciante Lie.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BEKTONCINI
Tl. 431 Aptdo. MM
En la Feria
Esta noche en los terrenos
de la Feria Agropecuaria e In-
dustrial, se celebrar a las 8.00
p.m. en el Pabelln de Espaa,
na Verbena Tiplea Espaola, en
la que tomarn parte tambin
las Colonias Griegas e Italianas
presentando bailes y canciones
de su pala.
Asistir a esta verbena su Ma-
jestad Gioconda I y su Corte, se
nos nal nformado que por ser el
espacio tan reducido se limitar
la entrada a los espaoles e in-
vitados del Comit Organizador.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Queremos ser los primeros en
i *u.aeMo A. Gonzlez quien
asistir como delegado dej Club
de Leones a l Convencin Leo- n
nistica que tendr luear en esa queremos ser los primeros en
capital. El Lie. Gonzlez estar con*r*tu,r 1 aefiorita Blan-
nuevamente al rent de sus ne-! fa Beverhoudt, quien maana
Jueves celebra sus natales.
A las muchas felicitaciones
que reciba maana con motivo
des u cumpleaos la seora do-
a Elba Estenoz de Gonzlez,
le hacemos llegar las nuestras
muy cordiales.
Fiesta del Corpas Cristi
Despus del xito extraordi-
nario obtenido por la fantasa
musical, en Technicolor, "So-
ando Despierto", realizada por
Samuel Goldwyn y presentada
hace pocos aos por la RKO
Radio, nada ms natural que
el pblico reclamase una re-
posicin del maravilloso film
aue tiene a Danny Kaye al
frente del reparto.
La trama gira alrededor de
un soldado cuyos disparates dan
lugar a las escenas ms gra-
ciosas imaginables, provocando
la risa a cada segundo. Trta-
se da un dependiente de far-
macia que cree conocer cuan-
ta enfermedad existe, y se pa-
sa la vida rcetndose a si mis-
mo y a sus amigos. Entre stos,
quien ms sufre las consecuen-
cias es uno de sus camaradas,
la novia de ste, y la del chi-
flado. Cuando se embarcan
rumbo al Pacifico del Sur, en
el barco encuentran que van
las prometidas de ambos.
Los problemas que Danny crea
con su coronel lo llevan al ca-
labozo. Luego cae en poder de
los Japoneses, se escapa de ellos,
y se convierte en un hroe.
Cinco preciosos nmeros mu-
sicales integran la partitura del
film, que cuenta en su reparto
de nombres de Dinah Shore,
Dana Andrews, Constance Dow-
lings, Virginia Mayo... y las
adorables Bellezas de Goldwyn.
Dirigida por Elliot Nugent, el
re-estreno de 'Soando Despier-
to" va a constituir un aconte-
cimiento cinematogrfico.
HOA -1090 HOW -1230
Radio Panamericana
COLON
tocios ti da lo. de Junio.
?ED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
It ais
laxante! leerte!,
dte felii pareja
"Cuando o hablar de All-Bran. le
ped a mi mujer que lo loniramos.
El resultado fu sorprendente. Nun-
ca nos cansaremos de
proc temarlo'*. Otto
L Kleppe, 180S 10th
Avenue 9. Mv
neactolit, Minn., es-
criba voluntaria-
mente esta, la mismo
que centenares de
personas que toman
All-Bran. Si la constipacin que us-
Ud wfre se debe a hita at vela-
men, srvase diariamente una tata
del sabrosa All-Bran y baba mu-
cha agua. P tates 4* 10 das que*
dar fusaiatiiMBti satisfecha.
PANAMA
BOY MIRCOLES
P.M.
3:30 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Aeena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Msica variada
4:30 Dedicatorias
8.00- Vibraciones dt* aera
Nacho Valdcs
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Solos de rgano
Lucho Azcrraga,
7:15 MI Marido.
Dramatizaron Camel
7:30 El Molino Silencioso
Dramatizacin
7:45 Msica tiplea -
8:00 Ritmos bailables
8:30 Cantares de Espaa.
8:45 Msica del Sur
:00 Selecciones de Mexico
9 15 Acordes porteos
:80 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Hacia un mundo mejor
Se recuerda a todos los cat-
licos que maana Jueves se ce-
lebra la Fiesta del Corpua Cris-
ti, y por lo tanto es obligacin
de todo buen cristiano oir Misa. -- *. u.i munuu i
En la Catedral de la Inmacu- 11:W> Cancionero nocturnal
lada ConceDcin se dirn a las'____________________
6.00 7.00 8.00 y 9.00 a.m.,.
En la Urde a las 4.00 pm. se
dar eomleruo a la Procesin
que saldr de la Catedral.
Misa Pontifical
El Comit Organizador de la
Feria Agro-Pecuaria e Indus-
trial de Coln avisa or este
medio a todos los catlicos que
el domingo a las 10.00 a.m en
los terrenos de la Parla, su Se-
ora Ilustrisima Monseor Jos
Mara reciado y Nieva, oficiar
una Misa Pontifical.
11:00 Msica sin palabra.
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noche*
MAANA JUEVES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos das
a:03 Almanaque. wg *a , r- "_
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero de la Maana
(lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero (2o.)
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
8.45 Cantares de Mxico
8:00 El correo del dia
8:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero (3o.)
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 El Molino Silencioso
La novela matinal
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
WD PANAMERICANA
tiene los
tieiores oroorsms
LAUANTAMAS
PRepenoA oa mnoo

CAMBIO DE
ITINERARIO
Por razone ajenas a nuestra voluntad no
veremos en la necesidad de alterar temporal-
mente nuestros itinerarios.
Efectivo el Viernes 25 de Mayo (inclusive) y hasta
segundo aviso, regir el siguiente itinerario:
MARTES Y VIERNES: Tocumen-Davld-Armaelles-Chanrui-
nola-Bocas del Toro-Coln-Tocuman.
Avion sale de Tocumen a laa 8 am
MIRCOLES Y SBADOS: Teeumen-Coln-Bocas dtl Tor?."
Chngamela Armuelles Davtd.
Toeumen. Avin sale Tocuman
a las 8:M a.m.
LUNES, JUEVES Y DOMINOS: Tocumen-Darld-Tocumen
AtI* *le dt Toeumen '
mfl 9:99 eV.tn,
Compaa Panamea
De Aviacin sjl
Agentes da
Pan American World Airways
?>>>,
.
En cada unt de loo ao desde
1915, cata declaracin ha aido
v Had era:
"Ms ftntt viaja ser teda ti mun-
tV StWt llantai Goodyear, tat
sobre las dt eualauitr tira marca"
Cuando la gente en todo el mundo
I manifiesta semejante abruma-
i dora y constante preferencia por
[una llanta, renta jas tales como
I kilometraje extra, comodidad su-
prema al viajar y economa in-
superable, pueden darte por
sentadas.
CaOOD VtAH
rLSMCHI
1 COLON Rm^,
TO. 67.
Dittribuider autorizado:
Mueblera
LESA
Ave. Bolvar 6071 Tal. 334
Coln, R. da P. Aptdo. 67
El cinismo que la vida le ha-
ba enseado le hizo no ver el
11:45 Grandes intorpretes da
la msica.
12:00 Intermedio variado
13:15 Noticiero RPA (4o.)-
12:30 Solos de rgano.
Lucho Azcrraga
por Pinturas Pabco.
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Espaoleras
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Boleros favoritos
2:00 Noticias Lotera
Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Dedicatorias
3:00 Selecciones variadas
3:15 Delicias tropicales
amor que su esposo senta pot
ella. Ahora que l se haba
marchado y que ella sabia qua
su vida estaba en grave peli-
gro, lo busca para implorarla
su perdn y salvarle la vida.
si puede.
Ann
Sheridan, seductora y
valiente, por los bajos de San
Francisco, y de ptllgro en pe-
ligro, en la estupenda cinta ro-
mntlca-misterlosa: "Amor qua
Vuelve" (Woman on the Rum.
que estrena maana el Teatro
Lux. Dennis CKeefe en un rol
sorprendente, es la amenaza del
film.
SALPULLIDO?
S^
Alivio ms rpido con
Talco Antisptico
ANIMEN
Por coowner tres eotsbtes insrtdit. '
te medicinales. Amasen, adems de 1
aliYir, preaeaer t traer bienestar, pro
porciona mltiples beneficio.
Suare y calmante, Ammn inicia ea
seicuida le mejora reduciendo fi irri-
eliminando 1st molestia*.
aVSIs airo antisptico J
romo Amaea. pHc oir j
lo rtsulcadot 4* Aausra. j|
TALCO"1
cMdie^cd
AMMEN
HOY a las 8:30 p. m.
en las emisoras de la
Radio Programa Continental
sso
?
con laa Famosas
Hnas. CAPRINO1
t&* RAUL LAVISTA
. .y la actuacin especial del popular
miro del cine
JORGE NEGRETE
IIIOID t1" .
LOS PRODUCTOS ESSO!
________



fAHINA SMS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE

MIRCOLES, MATO 2S, 1951
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc y\
que ta ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabra i
3* por codo
palabra adiciono.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
Si LQUILAN.fcxetu.vam*nta po-
n ot.unoi iocoi*s. eaVitrieo* *o to
:uf d* Av*rdo Centre i 44 o
prftctM mdico* soeiUn into-
nriac'e/1 m< Alm*n* 5 '-'C eon-
tVV3l _______
St ALQUILA:O Ve***. Local -
pacicio con ncet t orimara
p.-n marcada. Si la nterai* haga
tu praouarta a loi ralferioi I-
t-39 2-JJ33. ______
. ALQUILA- ,No. 247 Avefw.o
Central, "Lo Cuchila". Iccol co-
r. e.cit.l con dos pueilos "o lo Ave-
nida. Dirigrse o Ave. Central No.
lu. Tal. 2 2638. _______
S ALQUILA :--Locol poro line co-
i :rc'.c!cs en Ccl'e 5o. No. 34.
Pre: o B.eO.OC. Oirig rse o Ave.
Cenhol No. 163, Tel. 2-2638.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ara. TtvaU Na. 4
faL 1-ttti
KtOSKO DE LASSaVS
Parta i
raw a*
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ava. 4a Jalla
Tat *-44!
BOTICA CARLTON
Ava. Mel.ari lt.Ma
Tat tW-Culaa.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Cali* a Oaala Na. H
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Call' "H" Na 17 Paaaiaa
* Cutral 12-17 Catar
Leticia Palma, una
estrella rutilante
del presente ao
SE VENDE
Bienes Raices
Loe,- le' comercile en Mor reno Aro-
terreno > Super Mercoao Cj'iCo-
r*io, tamben en Rio Aboio.
8/ I2.C0- Dirigirse A de Boutaud
Tel 3 0338
SE yNDE:Mercodito Sonto Ana.
aborrotera. carnicera y refres-
queria. Calle 14 Oeste No. 57.
SE VENDE:Contina "El Brillante"
'por no poder atenderla. Code 19
, Cite Bis No. I. '
SE VENDE:Aboirotero "Lo Bugq-
befta" No. 2. Colle 19 Oeste No.
7, buena clientela. Informes Ave.
Ancn No. 50 (Abar.otcria Bufla-
berta'V.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDECamin de reporto mar-
ca Internotionol, modelo 1947 en
buenas condiciones. Comuniques*
con lo Bromff Airways, Avenida
Tivoli ^lo. 18, o llame ol telfono
2-2102 durante horas de oficina.
SE VENDE:Pick-up morca Lo Sol*
y Packard Sedan modelo 1938.
Taller Sobonas. Buen precio.
SE ALQUIL,m--LocoI pora ofiemo.
jrr b dal T*otro Central.
SF ALQUILA;Ampio Iccol otras de
e. Jardn Tropical. Muy buen pre-
cio. Ocurra la corretero o ol
Bi-:or,___________
SE ALQUILA,:Locol Comercial: E-
dificio moderno, frente Plozo Son-
to Ana, Compci F. Icozo, Ave-
nido B 79^_________________________
SE'ALQUILA: Locales paro ofici-
nas. Ideles para mdicos, diplo-
mticos, abogedos, comisionistos.
Sin omuebtar. Aseo de ofieino. ba-
os privodos. servicio de telfono
y mensajes los 24 heros del dio.
En el bello Hotel EL PANAMA. O-
c-.irro al Sub-Gerente 3-1661.
SE COMPRA
St VENDE: Un bellsimo, lote de
2.000 M2 en calle la. y calle
arribo en el verdodero Altos del
Gol!, en esquina en alto con vista
hacia *l mor y hocia el Golf,
frente a la residencio del Sr. Mar-
tinez. Ocurra Avenido Norte No.
10. ral. 2-1602. Federico Man-
chal Boyd.
SE VENDE:Por no .podeilo atender
Kiosco con renta diaria halagado-
ra. Informes, Tel. 3-2958.
SE VENDE:Baratsimo un Kiosco
moderno, hecho con planos del
Gobierno, 2 chifoniers. 1 cama de
hierro. Tel. 3-2823.
VENDEMOS: Acreditado Almocn
en Av*ndo Central, B.15,000 v
', aceptan pagar con dinero del
Fiduciario. Sotillo y Cia. Avenida
Central No. 1. T*l. 2-2277 de 2
a 4 p. m..
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje.
Buick Super 1949 Cynotlo* en
excelentes condiciones, de dos
puerros, con llantos blancos y cu-
i bre asientos. Lime telfono 3-
1975 de 2 o 5 p. m.
SF VENDE:Coditloc 1949, Sedan
I No. 62, color gris, recorrido 27,-
000 millos, Hydromotic, radio,
llantos bloncas, asientos con co-
bertores. Precio B.2.400.00. Ciri-
girse a Ave. Central No. 163, Tel.
2-2638.
SE VENDE:Almacn en la Aveni-
da Central con muy bueno posi-
cin. Se aceptan depsitos del Bon-
co Fiduciario Llame ol Tel. 2-
3817.
SE NECESITA
Dometicos
COMPRAMOS maz amarillo o R4.-
00 qa. El Mol.no Cr.ollo,. Paoomi.
COMPRAMOS hasta B.30.000 del
Banco fiduciario con.dafcgenro de
50*. Sotillo y Ci. Av. CerfflV
No. 1. Tel. 2-227? de 2 o 4 p.
_ m-__________________________
SE VENDE
Articulo de Gas
SE VENDE:Estante de caobo y es-
tufo "Magic Chef," cos nuevo.
Calle 34 No. 7. .____________;
SI*VENDE:Por motivo da. voja.
*Juego de sola topizodo, |U*go da
"comedor, dos juegos de recmara
y refrigeradora en excelentes con-
diciones. Llame telfono 3-.1975
de 2 a 5.p. m. .,
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con refe-
rencia. Tiene qu* dormir en el
empleo, dispuesta a ri al interior
cuando se desea. Call 45 coso
26._____________
SE NECESITAr+COcinera paro -dos
personas, que duermo en cosa
Ave. Ecuador No. 16.
SE VENCE:Motivo vioi*: Cmoda
con espejo. 8.10.00. peinodoro
con tres espe|os B. 15.00, sof,* 2
tillas, 2 mecedoras, mesa centro
caobo B. 20.00. tuenas condicio-
nes. Colle 46. No. '3. Apto. No.'4.
SF VENCE:Mquina Singer de pie.
en excelentes condiciones. Av.
B 73. B.90.0C.
SE VENDE:Dos comas dobles con
spring, una vitrina1, todo comple-
tamente nuevo o rnuy buen precio.
Beliserio Porros No. 54, telfono
3-4640.
Contraatacan los
Al ocio extremo de la linea
de las Naciones Unidas, los a-
liados avanzaron tres millas y
empujaron una columna al ni.**-
ts de Sel cinco millas del
Paralelo 33.
Los rojos, debilitados por <-.*
bajas de m> de 80.000 boov
bies en la segunda fase de su
o. va de primavera, opuste-
SE NECE5ITA:Empleada fiara co-
cinar y lavar. Calle 49 E. No. 13
loltos), Edificio "Grecia".
SE NECESITA: Empleado serio.
responsable, para trabojo general
de cosa. Buen sueldo. Ocurra es-
quina colle 7d. y Av*. 5a. Son
Francisco, o pregunte for Silvera.
Banco Naaonol de Panam.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que se-
pa algo de cocina y preferible que
-duerma ert el-empleo. Ave. "A"
, No, 13. ________________________
SE NECESITA:Cocinero competen-
te imprescindible que duerma en
casa. Avenida Primera, lo Carras-
quilla. No. 55. Entrando por el
Teatro Edn en Vio Belsono Porros.
SE NECESITA:Empleada honrada
que sepa de cocina, haga oficios
en,general de la casa. Referen-
cias, dormir. Cali* 46 No. 19
Apto. 5 ____ _^^_^
SE NECESITA: Empleada ' serio y
responseb'e. mayor de edad. como,
amo de llave que sepa disponer,
panameo o extranjero. Ave. Jus'
to Arosemena No. 4.
SE NECESITA:Niero con expe-
runcia y rcom*ndacin. Buen
sueldo. Para informes, almocn de
coizados Lo Aurora, Avenida Cen-
tral 66. Tel. 2-2379. Ponam.
NECESITO:Empleodq- que sepo co-
einor. lovor. planchor y limpieza
de casa pora 2 personas. Intil
sin referencias. No tiene que dor-
mir caso. Ava. Centrol 47, apar-
tomento 34.
SC NECESITA Emalt.a-. ara *f-
ciae ejeaeralet. Acude Caf Sittn
carca Jardn leaVea.
WiUYS de reparto
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
pars cualquier negocio.
Su costo y mantenimien-
to es inigualable.
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agencia Willys)
SE NECESITA:Empleodo experta en
cocina y oficios caseros paro fa-
milio pequea. Buen sueldo, paro
persona capacitado y con buenas
referencias. Ocurra Avenida Cen-
tral No. 14. Oficina No. 3.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que cocina
y love bien. Indispensable con
buenas referencias No requiere
dormir en el *mpf*o. lnform*s fa-
ll* 44 Est* No. 22. Apto. 3. Tel.
3-2374_____________________________
SE NECESITA:Empleodo seria po-
ra trabajo- general de casa, que
sepa cocinar, debe dormir en el
empleo. Sueldo B.40.00. Calle Vic-
toriano Lorenzo No. 5.
Si et inUraiado en un buen carra
usada, renta a la AGENCIA NASH
y WILLYS.
Varios medtle y marcas diferente
da lai cual! eicfer.
PAGO INICIAL BAJO
FACILIDADES DI PAGO
Antei da comprar vea la qu olrict-
CIA. CYRNOS S. A.
Una cuadra dal cruce Tivali
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Especioso residencia,
completamente omoblada, en lote
d* 1,600 metros, alrededor da I,
\j()0 metro* de csped y jordln. 3
recmaros con dos batios. 2 ha-
bitaciones paro el servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocino
' frande. dasoyu-iador, vestbulo,
> comedor, sola, oficina; garage y
dos terrazas, situado entre Poifillo
y el Club de Golf. Pueda ocupar-
se por un ao o ms tiempo y es-
tar listo el lo. de Junio. Tel. 3-
0255._______________________________
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: En Bella Vista,
cuartos bellamente amoblados, en-
trada independiente, todas como-
didades. Avenid* Mxico 69, cer-
ca colla 43.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto a persono
responsable y de buenas -costum-
bres en calle 45 No. 22. Solicite
llaves planta bajo o llame a 2-
0483. Sr. Brown.
PERDIDO
Fn las vecindades de La Cresta, perro
chico, blanco y negro que respon-
de o) nombre de Bobby. Gratifica-
cin Embojodo del Per.
SE NECESITA
Genera)
SE NECESITA:Estengrofo en In-
gls y Espaol, con experience.
Escriba dando edad, experiencia.
etc. Enva fotografa pequeo.
Apartodo 155, Ponam.
Excelente opertunidoo vendedor *ntre
21 v 30 da dad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
no Sueldo y comisin B. 150.0C
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25. Ponam.
SE NECESITAN Agentes vende-
dores, hombres y mujeres, trabajo
bien remunerado, y de porvenir. "El
guila Imperial" Compaa de
Seguros de Vida. S. A. Ave. Cen-
trol No 39. Oficinas 403 v 404
Solamente de 8 a.m. a 9 am.
ron poca o ninguna resistencia
tocio lo larto del frente occi-
dental y presentaron slo opo-
sicin espordica en el {reata
central oriental. .
SE VENDE:
En U mejor ona residen-
cial de Bella Vista, calles 39
y 43 de* propiedades. Chalet
moderno, tras recmaras,
amplias comodidades, actual-
mente desocupado. Casa de
cuatro apartamento que pro-
dace buena renta.
Informes personales:
Viraillo Peres Balladares.
Farmacia Zana del ranal
Ave. 4 de Julio #3
SE NECESITAJoven con 2 o 3
aos de experiencia en trabajo de
oficina. Escriba dondo edad, expe-
riencia, etc. Adjunte fotografa pe-
quea. Apartodo 155, Ponam.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Av*ndo Mxico final y cali* 43
Esta, liorna 3-0I4O_________^^
SE ALQUILA:A persona responso-
ble, oportamento amoblado, de
sala-comedor, recmara, bao,
cocina, refrigeradora y telfono.
Edificio Nuevo Tivoli, Colle Ro-
chet 14, apartamento 3-B. entre
Avenido Tivoli y Calle Estudion-
te. Precio razonable. Verlo de 3
o 6.________________________
SE ALQUILA: En cosa privado,
apartamentos modernos, apropio-
dos poro oficinas de Embaladas o
Consulados, Ave. Per 89.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento recin
pintado en calle la. No. '9, por
solo B.60.00. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Un oportamento en
Rio Abajo, cosa No. 2274. Srvase ,
Homar Tel. 2-3054. ^^^^
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida 4 de Julio No. 21. Infor-
mes ah mismo.
APARTAMENTOS: Cmodos, ven-
tilodos. edificio moderno frente
Plaza Santa Ana Compaa F.
Icaza Avenida B 79.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, sola,
comedor, recmaro y garage. Colle
46 No. 27. Infrmese la misma
casa Apio. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bono
cada una, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleado, instalacin ogua calien-
te, en bueno vecindad. Bello Vista.
Calle 44 No. 32, Apto. 4. Telfo-
no 3-0815.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento moder-
no con una recmaro en edificio
Muller. Avenido Tivoli y calle Ro-
chet, llamar telfono 2-1032, se-
or Carreras.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no de una recmara, sala-comedor,
cocina y servicio con balcn hacia
lo colle. B.55 mensuales, Avenida
Cuba No. 38. "Foycio Von".
SF ALQUILA:Apartinento en Si
Froncisco, en cos de -rusder
Plonta
2127.
boja B.35.00.
Son
ira.
TeL 3-

SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturas v etrioltes
extra brillantes o pruebo de mcho.
B 3.25 galn. Almacenes Tropidu-
re.
SE VENDE: Radio Consola RCA
Vctor con tocadiscos de tres ve-
locidades. AGENCIAS DIAZ. Ca-
lle 37 No. 6-A Tel. 3-1029.
SE VENDE:Llantas usados 750 x
20 900 x- 20. mangueras da
aire, aguo. Todos temnos. Ger-
nimo de lo Osso. Intro._________
SI VENDEN:Clare, rubari* a*gr*.
acare acanalada. Fix-Tea (carton
aislada para cielo ratas) ma da-
rn, lavamanos. *Meu*d*a. *fc. a
lo areco mi bales !**.
AGENCIAS GLOIALES. Via Ispa-
o, ilctonda a Juae Frasca. Tal.
3-1503.______________|
jE VENDE: __ Incubador* elctrica.
Tel 3-0255._________________
Vendemos sacos usados de henequn.
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N..
S. A. Fbrica de Mosaicos, Ava.
Cubo No. 8..______________________
Vendemos y cortomos vidrios de to-
dos tamaos, CIA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N.. S. A. Fabrico de
Mosaicos, Ave. Cubo No. 8.
i '
Por fin nos lleg da nuevo Cemento
Plstico; pego de todo contra to-
do. CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fbrica de Mosaicos.
Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE VENDE:Suministro paro acuo-
rio. pececitos y plontos. Vio Es-
paa No. I I frente estoblot Juan
Franco. Tal. 3-4132.
SE VENDE: Una coja de msico
morca Wurliszar en perfectos con-
diciones. B.100. Lime al telfo-
no 2409. Bolboo, despus de los
6 p. rrt.
SE VENDE:Co|a fuerte "Herring",
borota. Llame National City Bonk,
Cristbal, telfono 1205.
MINAS DP ORO no pero s DOS
PRSPEROS RESTAURANTES con
CONSTANTES y PINGUES GANANCIAS
situados en plena Avenida Central.
Se ofrecen en venta, debido a prximo viaje de
su dueo. Para detalles dirjase personalmente a:
ill Wolff y Compaa Ltda
REALTORS
Calle 5a. No. 22
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS.. .
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
Oe Vento en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
La cinta "T Para Dos" ser
estrenada en el Tropical
La revelacin femenina del
ao ha sido, sin lugar a dudas,
Leticia Palma, en quien la cr-
tica unnimemente r e c onoce
una sensacional estrella del fir-
mamento de los prestigiosos
productores Mler y Brooks.
Se ha revelado cmo acvriz de
grandes cualidades y rara belle-
za, y por eso en Leticia Pal-
ma reconoce, todo el mundo,
a una artista de primera mag-
nitud.
La consagracin definitiva de
Leticia Palma se logra en "Ca-
mino del Infierno", una sen-
sacional pelcula que muy pron-
to ser estrenada en Panam.
Tenemos el surtido ms
grande y ms fino de Mol-
duras de Metal para el
NEVAM.AR para uso sobra
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
des y NACTOR para el
frente de las tiendas.
CEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0141
Ciudad de Panam
PROTESTA ------------
cho honor y orgullo.
Y el otro punto es hacer fe
de lo que a continuacin hago
pblico:
Los das 9 y 10 de mayo de
1951, cuando el hospital Santo
Toms, por medio de la radio
hizo un llamado a todas las
enfermeras para que prestaran
sus servicios, por estado de e-
mergencla en que nos encon-
trbamos. Me present al' hos-
pital Santo Toms a ofrecer
mis servicios, eran las seis de
la tarde, me report a la se-
orita Guerrero, a quien no
encontr en su oficina, sino, en
las de sus asistentes, dirigien-
do el trabajo de organizacin.
Me puse a su orden y despus
de darme las gracias, urgi mi
asistencia al Dispensarlo de esa
Institucin,. en donde ms se
ARTCULOS de PLOMERA
Llaves para bao.
Llaves de paso, de ngu-
lo, chorro, y de man-
guera.
Tubera negra y
galvanizada.
JUEGOS DE SERVICIOS
SANITARIOS KOHLER-
y 'ELJER' (en colores, y
por piezas en BLANCO).
Ricardo A. Mir.
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tc'.s. 2-3335 y 2-2988
FABRICA 0E ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SCS ORDENES
Rio Abajo 2154Tel. 3-M24
Almacn Calle UV #4
Te!. 1-1732
Un magnfico reparto todo de
estrellas. La belleza del Tech-
nicolor, una trama Insuperable
y plenitud de romance, los y
chistes a granel tiene la lin-
dsima musical titulada: "T
Para Dos", que se presentar
maana en el Teatro Tropical
cuando bailar Gene Nelson,
necesitaba; ah estuve toda la
noche del da 9, hasta las 8
de la maana, y en todo ese
lapso de tiempo, la seorita
Martina Guerrero estuvo en ac-
titud de or observaciones'y dar
rdenes. Esto lo puede aseverar
gran cantidad de enfermeras,
mdicos, particulares, emplea-
dos de todas las ramas del
hospital, miembros de la Poli-
ca Nacional, si es verdad que
son honrados con su concien-
cia.
El da 10 de mayo se repi-
ti lo mismo. Cmo es posible
entonces que la seorita Marti-
na Guerrero pudiera estar en el
hospital y en la Presidencia a
la vez?
En esta forma quiero dejar
constancia que la Urinacin que
se hace con respecto a la ac-
tuacin de la seorita Martina
Guerrero, enfermera jefe y di-
rectora de la Escuela de Enfer-
meras del Hospital Santo To-
ma, en la Presidencia de la
Repblica, es temeraria, poco
honrada v carente de todo sen-
tid* de humanidad.
De usted atentamente,
Maria M. Ruiz,
cantar Doris Day con Gordon
MacRae y llevarn el humoris-
mo" a la cumbre Tos famosos
artistas cmicos: Eve Arden,
Billy DeWolfe, S.Z. Salcall y
otros. A rerse tocan! y*yan' a
ver el gran film "T Para Dos". ,
Es terrfico! i
-si
PRESENTE
35
HOY
DA
POPULAR!
SENSACIONAL y DIVERTIDO
DOBLE PROGRAMA!
Una Deliciosa Musical! i
Con Un Reparto Excepcional!
BLANQCITA AMARO,
TITO I.l'ZIARDO
PEDRO VARGAS, en
A la Habana Me Voy

RITA MONTANER,
Bobby Capo Avelino Maos
- en -
Adelo Se Divorcia
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2800
Bicicletas Inglesas
ROYAL ENFIELD
Todos los tamaos.
Tel. 2-2847
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2x6 y 2'x8'
Calibre 26
Agendas Globales
Vis Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
HONDURA!
HUMANIDAD!
DRAMA!
HM
MAANA
En una pelcula de inigualable fuerza emotiva!
El preclaro intrprete de "Su Mejor Alumno"
ENRIQUE MUIO
Su nueva y estupenda creacin cinematogrfica
DE HOMBRE A HOMBRE
con TITO ALONSO ir NORMA GIMNEZ
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B ..SO
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
eenerales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E #22
Tel 5-1713
c o m p p i
'ALTHAM
eiMIR RIIOI Ol AMIRIt/1
\f*MV
NCANT
HOY
A LAS 9 P.M.
//
PRESENTACIN PERSONAL DE LAS APLAUDIDAS
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO
AUTENTICAS CREADORAS DEL MAMBO!
Adems:
GLORIA HELM
VILMA VALLE ALEXANDER
PABLO MORA y JULITA LAS HNAS. CASTRO
' EN LA PANTALLA:"
James Mason, en 'TRES HERMANAS" - Randolph Scott, en 'MAR ABIERTO'
BAILE EL MAMBO CON LAS MULATAS DE FUEGO!
L** Espectadores Sern Invitados a Bailar con Ellas. Otorgndose Un Premio
Al Mejor Bailarn!
-PRECIOS:......40 y .20-



MIRCOLES. MATO M, 11
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LA MATRICULA DE LA
ACADEMIA MERCANTIL
contina abierta para todos los cursos
ESTENITLPIA y ARCHIVOS
. Altos de la Farmacia Preciado.
tropk :a l
- hoy -
Un drama crudo y violento
eicrlto con la fuerza de
una bala I
"PERJUICIO"
Tarnished
m
. na-Mji<
mrvtLK nam
MAANA GRANDIOSO ESTRENO!
{^ejNP^Vy^/
Es ihi film
WARNER
BROS.
r Una atere-
sante historia
que llena los
torazones...
i y una la-
grima al
final!
ENCION: Cada persona que venga a presen-
ciar esta magnfica pelcula ser obsequiada
cta un sobrecita -del exquisito TE TENDER
HOY
NICO
DA!
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
La bella estrella francesa
Micbeline Preste, fogosa he-
rona de este drama de amor
y sacrificio!...
SENSIBLE AL MAS LEVE
SUSPIRO! iREBELDE A
LA MAS LIGERA OFENSA!
DESDE
MAANA!
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!
Ptedt
REPinfl
DE GLORIA
vrmuMua
IOUSSAIOU
a:fkd AOAM
KRTHf SOW .
-sxr <.
OJO!
No Divulgue la Sorpresa
del Final!
TEATRO
CECILIA
DESDE MAANA!
PROGRAMA DOBLE
EXTRAORDINARIO!
2 Estrenos. Emocionantes!
W*f m,

HOY Ultimo Dia!
Un drama pasional del
Oeste muy diferente a to-
dos los de su especie!
BORT LANCASTER
Joanne Dru Robert
Walker, en
"EL VALLE DE LA
VENGANZA"
En Colores)
"AGUAS QUE REGRESAN"
"'"I' E BY THE RIVER)
Caadenle!
- con LOUIS HAYWARD
LEE BOWMAN JANE WYATT
..Un hombre que nato en una no-
che de lujuria!... Y arrastr en su
-ulpa el honor y la bondad de so
posa y su hermano!...
ADEMAS:
- ciudad sometida por el vicio en
donde impera la bella
"NOVIA DEL CRIMEN"
(Blonde Bandit)
con DOROTHY PATRICK
LOS RUMORES
rublo de veinticinco a treinta.
centavos. La primera cifra s
fij en 1950, habiendo sido e)
valor anterior el de diecinueve
centavos. Los rusos creen que
esta acin constituira una
prueba de su creciente poder
econmico, e impresionarla a sus
vecinos tanto como al resto del
mundo como a su propio pue-
blo, si se le asociara con una
reduccin en el costo de vida.
PAGINA SIETE
GMxA.
DESDE MAANA!
Estrena de Fin de Semana!
UNA ESPECTACULAR COMEDIA MUSICAL!
UN DILUVIO DE BAILES!... CANCIONES!...
Y CARCAJADAS!...
HOY
TEATRO CENTRAL
JUEVES
ULTIMA PRESENTACIN DE .
"EL RELATO COMPLETO DE
LA JORNADA CVICA"
ADEMAS:
Presentamos la Pelcula con un Drama'de lo
Ms Casual y Emotivo:
"CRISIS"
CARY GRANT 1
JOS FERRER //

El Buen Humor elevado
a la Mxima Potencia!
6 CANCIONES
7 BAILES!
mmmm
e+''hchnk*brt
BAILEMOS MI AMOR
ELDORADO
MAANA!
Una pelicuU dedicada a Ve-
teranos con Corazn Prima-
veral y a Muchachas Casa-
deras. ..
HOY GRAN DOBLE!
PEDRO INFANTE
- en -
"EL SEMINARISTA"
David Silva y Tonrolele
- en-
"HAN MATADO A
TONGOLELE"
35c.
"PARA QUE LA
CUA APRIETE"
i con
{ LILIA DEL VALLE
I* DOMINGO SOLER
I* Dagoberto Rodrguez!
Ay! Exrramaban ellas
cuando el pasaba...
Y Ay! Suspiraba l por
todas ellas!.
Pero la que l quera le clav
Ja cua en el mismsimo co-
razn!...
Una comedia deliciosa y muy aleccionadora para esos que
tienen un corazn eternamente joven...
Pronto! Acontecimiento Sensacional!!
LETICIA PALMA protagonizando
'CAMINO DEL INFIERNO"
PRECINTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONAD t)
MAANA
~~~ Sensacional Estreno! *
De la Mejor Pelcula de Habla Espaola I
DEDICADA...
EN HOMENAJE A LA HEROICA
MUJER PANAMEA
QUE LLENA DE FERVOR PATRITICO AL
IGUAL QUE
AGUSTINA DE ARAGN
Refleja el herosmo de todo un pueblo, fervoroso y
firmsimo defensor de los Ideales de Libertad!
-.
SAMUEL
GOLOWYN'"
"SONANDO
DESPIERTO
DINAH SHORE-DANA ANDREWS-Cmstance Dowing
y Las Bellezas de Goldwyn
distribuida por RKO Radio Dirigida por Elliot Nugent
f reductor Ai ociado Don Mart*
__ CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
HOY
UN SOLO
DIA! A los
8:30 P. M.
CARLOS LOPEZ
MOCTEZUMA
Y Su Cuadro de Variedades!
EUGENIA DE LLARCO
La Reina de la Cancin.

ALBERTO CTALA
Actor Cmico.
GRAN PRESENTACIN PERSONAL
DEL NOTABLE ACTOR DEL
CINE MEXICANO
EXTRA! Adems EXTRA!
por Primera vez a precios populares;
"LA SEMANA CVICA
Los Acontecimientos Heroicos Vividos por el Pueblo
del 7 al 10 de Mayo en Defensa de
La Legalidad!
Adems: GRAN DOBLE PROGRAMA!
Mara Flix,
Carlos Lpez Moctezuma, en
"MACLOVIA"
Marca Lopes
y Abel Sala zar, en
"LA PANCHITA'
MAANA
DOBLE PROGRAMA GIGANTE!
LA MAS FASTUOSA PELCULA. ...
CON LOS MAMB08 DE MODA EJECUTADOS COMO
SIEMPRE HA QUERIDO ESCUCHARLOS...
ROBERTO MARTHA OSCAR
ROMANA ROTH PULIDO
LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY MARIA VICTORIA
PEREZ PRADO y su Orquesta, en
SERENATA EN ACAPULCO
(Continuacin de "AL SON DEL MAMBO")
CANCIONES
Soy Feliz Flor Troplcai|
Acapulquea
Vereda Tropical
Serenata en Acapulco
MAMBOS
CHULA LINDA
UNIVERSITARIO
DOPPY DOPPY
PACHITO ECHE
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ ALICIA CARO, tn
BODAS DE FUEGO


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r PANAMA AMERICA D1AB10 INDEPENDENT
1 Campeonato De Basketball Femenino Se
Inaugura El 2 De Junio Con Cuatro Equipos
_ ____MMWCOIW, MATO II, 1151
Dip. Pern vs. Chevrolet de Coln en
el juego de apertura La Colmena
"y Crdenas los otros dos quintetos
Por ACHET
i la reunin celebrada ayer
en el Gimnasio Nacional, por el
Comisionado de Basketball Fe-
menino y los Representantes se
acord Inaugurar la categora
mayor femenina el sbado 2 de
Junio, conjuntamente con la ca-
tegora menor masculina.
Los equipos "Eva pern", y
Chevrolet, el magnifico conjun-
to de Coln tendrn a su cargo'
el juego de apertura. Cuatro
equipos de fuerzas parejas se
disputarn el titulo, siendo los
otros dos La Colmena y Sas-
trera Crdenas, quienes Juga-
rn en el prximo choque.
La categora femenina de
Basketball jugar las mirco-
les v sbados. Cada equipo Ju-
gar seis veces en cada vuelta
que comprende 12 partidos dis-
putndose el ttulo el ganador
de la primera con el de la se-
gunda.
Un gran entusiamo se nota
entre el elemento amante al de-
porte de los aros por la reapa-
ricin de nuestras canasteras,
pronosticndose que la justa se-
r un completo xito. El prxi-
mo viernes a las 5.00 de la tar-
de se volvern a reunir en.el
Gimnasio Nacional, el Comisio-
nado de Basketball femenino
con los representantes de equi-
pos de esa categora. Tambin
fu escogido en la reunin de
ayer para que haga el primer
lanzamiento del choque Inaugu-
ral de la categora mayor feme-
nina, Don Ricardo Bermdez.
Ministro de Educacin.
En la rama masculina menor,
inauguran la justa los equipos
Fuerte 15 y Ciela Gonzlez, el
Circuito menor masculino juga-
r los martes, viernes y sba-
do.
LAS FEDERACIONES Y COMISIONES
PEDIRN AL GOBIERNO APOYO
DECIDIDO PARA EL DEPORTE

Varios asuntos de Importancia
para nuestro deporte se trataron
y acordaron en la reunin que
sostuvieron antenoche los Pre-
sidentes de las Federaciones y
Comisiones Nacionales, convoca-
da por el Lie. Manuel Roy, Di-
rector General del Departamen
to de Educacin Fsica.
Estuvieron presente en la
Reunin, el Uc. Roy. Arturo
Illueca del Baseball, Leopoldo
de Len del Levantamiento de
Pesas, Gustavo Eisenman de Bo-
xeo. Julio Pinllla de Tenis, Dr.
Carlos R. Morales de Lucha,
Francisco Hurtado de Atletismo
Virgilio de Len de Esgrima
Clifford Bolt de Ciclismo, Anbal
Casis de Natacin, y Luis Ar-
dines en Representacin de la
Federacin de Ftbol. Faltaron
los Representantes del BasKet-
ball, Golf y Boliche. Adems se
encontraban presentes los pro-
fesores Ricardo de la Esprlella
y Napolen Franco y los redac-
tores deportivos Adolfo Prez,
Crlstbal Sarmiento y el de esta
pgina deportiva.
Entre las propociones apro-
badas estn la peticin al Go-,
bierno para que proporcione una
"%.. ayuda ms efectiva al Deporte
*JJ de que las rentas creadas pa- I
Los Medias Rojas Vencieron
a Los Tigres y Los Yanquis
a Los Carmelitas Por 6 a 1
ra fomento al deporte pasen al
fondo de Cultura Fsica del Mi-
nisterio de Educacin. Con tal
motivo se nombr una Comisin
compuesta por Gustavo Eisen-
man, quep resent la Proposi-
cin. Julio Pinllla y Arturo
Illueca para que gestionen este
asunto.
Se aprob la Ficha Individual
con el historial deportivo de
cada atleta. Cada Federacin o
Comisin deber presentar un
Plan de trabajo en el ao y se
dio un plazo de tres semanas.
Tambin se dej ver la esca-
sa cooperacin que ha estado
prestando el Gobierno al depor-
te, y en muchas ocasiones ha
engaado al Departamento de
Educacin Fsica, aprobando prl
mero partidas para enseres de-
portivos y luego negando el di-
nero.
Los delegados que asistieron a
la reunin cruzaron ideas en
forma franca y decidida para la
mejor organizacin y adelanto
de nuestras actividades depor-
tivas en sus diferentes fases, y
se comprometieron a dar un vi-
goroso Impulso con el propsito
de recuperar las ventajas que
se haban logrado y obtener nue
vas facilidades para el deporte.
GRAN BATEADOR
Jim Busby que lleg a los Me-
dias Blancas procedentes del
sacramento ha venido a refor-
zar el staff de bateadores del
Chicago. Actualmente se man-
tiene entre los cincos primeros
majagueros de la Liga Ameri-
cana.
La Compaa No. 1
encabeza el soft
de los Bomberos
G P PU
Compaa No. 1 .. 5 1 150
Compaa No. 4 .. I 1 66'1
Compaa No. z .. 2 1 C81
Compaa No. S .. I 1 J
Compaa No- 5 .. 2 1
Banda Cornetas ..2 1 -OS.
Comandancia .... 1 2 .333
Electricidad .....1 -aw
Permanente .....1 3 -250
Compaa No. .. 3 *M
Con visible entusiasmo los ca-
mina rojas de Panam han
continuado su torneo interno de
softball.
En los ltimos juegos celebia-
. dos tenemos los siguientes re-
sultados: La Permantente ue-
rrot a la Seccin de Electri-
cidad por 23 a 18; la Banda de
Cornetas perdi frente a la
Compaa No. 1 por 6 carreras
a 4 y la Compaa No. 4 se im-
puso sobre la No. 5 por 11 ca-
rreras a 10.
En los prximos Juegos, el
Sbado, se miden Permanente
3V. Compaa No. 3 El Domingo
juegan Banda de Corneta vs-
Comandancia, Compaa No. 6
vs No. 5 y Compaa No. 4 /s.
No. 2.
Escogido el personal
para la temporada del
Basketball Provincial
..El Personal que laborar con
la Liga Provincial de Basketball
de Panam. -
El Balboa sorprendi
a los Entrometidos al
ganar anoche: 3 a 1
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
G. P. Pje.
Selecta............. M 21 .625
Mike................ 7 23 .617
Tropical.......... 34 26 .567
Royal ............... 30 26 .536
Entrometidos .......... 30 30 .500
Martilla ........... 29 31 .483
Pinocho ..........- M 32 .429
Balboa................ 24 36 .400
C. Vieja ............ 21 39 .350
El Balboa venci anoche a los
Entrometidos en el torneo de
Bolos "Caf Duran" 3 a 1 sin
cambiar en nada el estado de
los equipos. Por los Entrometi-
dos, Pepe Damin y E. Burrell
sobresalieron con serles de 570
y 545 respectivamente, haciendo
Pepe un Juego de honor. Por el
Balboa Express, Stagg con 532
haciendo A. Cucaln un juego
de honor. Esta noche se enfren-
tan Flan Royal y Casa Mlke,
Juego de mucha importancia pa
ra este ltimo ya que de ganar
volverla a ocupar el primer pues
to del torneo.
Las anotaciones de anoche
fueron las siguientes:
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
En los Juegos diurnos celebra-
dos ayer en las Grandes Ligas,
los Medias Rojos vencieron a los
Tigres por anotacin de 6 ca-
rreras a 3. Un Jonrn con las
bases llenas del receptor adqui-
rido de los Carmelitas Les Moss
dl el triunfo al Boston. Los Ti-
gres anotaron una carrera con
dos pases y dos hits en la pri-
mera entrada. Los Medias Rojas
empataron en la tercera entra-
da con tres sencillos. Un triple
del lanzador Maury McDermott,
puso a los Medias Rojas al fren-
te en la siguiente entrada. Con
un sencillo de Gerry Prlddy con
dos en bases los Tigres empata-
ron en el sptimo acto pero en-
tonces Moss decidi con un jon-
rn, Dos pases y un embasado
por error despus de haber dos
outs llenaron las bases que Moss
limpi con su segundo Jonrn
desde que viste el nuevo unifor-
me.
Allie Reynolds dej a los Car-
melitas en cuatro hits y los
Yanquis ganaron por 6 carreras
a l Gerry Coleman dej cear un
fly fcil en la primera entrada
!' despus de un hit y un fly a
os jardines Fred Marhs anot
la nica carrera de los visitan-
tes en la primera entrada. En
desquite Coleman empuj dos
carreras. Los Yanquis batearon
dos triples, tres dobles y un jon-
rn dado por Lcrry Berra con
uno en bases. Despus del Jonrn
de Berra con Joe Dlmagglo en
bases, en la segunda entrada
Bobby Brown dl un sencillo
Joe Collin un triple y Phil Rlz-
zutb un doble completando asi
las carreras suficientes para
ganar.
En los otros dos partidos las
Medias Blancas de Chicago le
ganaron a los Senadores de
Washington por 0 a 8, y los
Indios del Cleveland derrotaron
a los Atlticos del Flladelfla por
6 a 2.
EN LA LIGA NACIONAL se
realizaron dos juegos de los cua
tro anunciados Los Mentirosos
de Brooklyn apalearon a los Pi-
ratas del Pittsburgh por la ca-
rrera a 4, y los Carmelitas del
San Luis vencieron a los Bra-
vos del Boston en cinco episo-
dios por 6 a 2.
Los otros Juegos Flladelfla vs
Clnclnatl y Nueva York vs Chi-
cago fueron pospuestos por la
lluvia.
Loa encuentros anunciados
para hoy son:
En la LIGA AMERICANA: De-
troit en Nueva York y San Luis
en Boston, y los juegos noctur-
nos Cleveland en Washington y
Chicago en Flladtlfla.
En la LIGA NACIONAL. Bos-
ton en San Luis, Nueva York en
Chicago y Flladelfla en Clnclna-
tl y el partido nocturno Broo-
klyn en Pittsburgh.
A Un Tanto Empataron En
Ftbol Ditrani y Huracn
"CRONOMETRISTAS"
Santiago Rivera, Jos del C.
Corcio, Rolando Hurtado y To-
ms Mena.
"ANOTADORES
Luis A. Coutte, Jos Antonio
de Sedas, Cristbal Sarmiento,
Alejandro Yuil. Ernesto Morales
Gilberto Morales, Antonio Gor-
don Jr., y Carlos Velarde.
"ARBITROS"
Donaldo Vincent. Esteban
Perdomo. Oliver Zachrisson. Fe-
lipe Perdomo, Manuel Cardales,
Roy Naylor, Csar Soto, Santia-
go Tola Alarcn,
INSPECTORES DE PUERTAS
Enrique Mel, Constantino Ca-
mao. Francisco Tun, Arqul-
medes Villalobos, Neville Git-
tens, Elias Amores y E. Arose-
mena.
Todos estos deportistas deben
asistir a la reunin que celebra-
r la Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball estn oche a las 8.00 en la
Cervecera Nacional.
BALBOA EXPRESS
Stagg 177 178 177 532
Mndez 140 183 137 469
De Diego 168 162 132 462
A. Cucaln 187 135 165 487
Sosa 143 143 143 429
824 801 754 2379
Handicap 50 50 50 150
874 851 804 2529
ENTROMETIDOS
Vsquez 134 134 134 402
Tere 136 1*3 157 456
Burrell 197 173 175 545
A. Damin 166 158 162 486
J. Damin 176 212 182 570
809 840 810 2459
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo d*
Jnegos de SANTA RITA.
Huracn y Ditrani empataron
anoche a un tanto en el movido
e interesante partido que sostu-
vieron en el Estadio Olmpico,
correspondiente al Campeonato
de Ftbol de la Divisin Mayor
de la Liga Provincial de Pana-
mi.
Tal como se pronostic, los
Jvenes del Huracn con una
actuacin superior, dominaron
la mayor parte del encuentro,
pero su Indecisin en los rema-
tes y el exceso da dribilngs
frente a la puerta contraria, los
perjudic en su Intento de lo-
grar un ruidoso triunfo.
Al Ditrani se le not la falta
de Gastn de Len, que se en-
cuentra suspendido, aunque en
la segunda vuelta contaran con
nuevos esfuerzos.
Los italianos fueron los pri-
meros en anotar por Intermedio
de un tiro de K. McLeary en la
etapa inicial; en la segunda mi-
tad Berrio del Huracn empat
el encuentro.
Ambos conjuntos cumplieron
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
CLUB DEPORTIVO PACIFICO
Informa a sus, miembros que
la reunin semanal del Viernes,
se ha adelantado para maana
jueves en la noche a las 7 y 30
p.m. en su local. Ademas el en-
trenador pide a los Jugadores
de los equipos de ftbol de la.
y 2a. la asistencia a las prcticas
de esta tarde y maana en la
tarde en el cuadro, de Barraza.
BASKETBALL PROVINCIAL
Pide a los Representantes de
equipos del Circuito Mayor mas-
culino, a los arbitros, anotado-
res, etc, la asistencia a la reu-
nin de esta noche a las 8 en el
Saln de Recreo de la Planta
Balboa de la Cervecera Nacio-
nal.
FEDERACIN DE BASEBALL
Tiene importante reunin es-
ta noche a las 7 y 30 en el
local de costumbre (altos del
Almacn 5 i 10), para tratar
entre otros asuntos, sobre la ri-
fa de tres carros, Jugadores pro-
fesionales en las Ligas amateurs
etc.
Las inscripciones del
Bisbol de Santa Rita
se cerrarn al Lunes
Los representantes de los
equipos Inscritos en la Liga de
Base Ball Amateur en Santa
Rita, optaron por pedirle a la
Directiva our pospusiera hasta
el Lunes 28 del presente mes el
cierre de Inscripciones, para dar
oportunidad a los Clubes que no
Sdieron llenar los requisitos ln-
ipensables de hacerlo y po-
4Hr tomar parte en la contlen-
La Directiva en su reunin
cedi a las peticiones de los re-
presentantes, dndoles oportu-
nidades hast ael da sealado
por ellos.
La Liga comunica a los Inte-
resados que pueden oasar por
Calle 17 frente al Campo de
Juegos de Santa Rita y solici-
tar las condiciones para poder
participar en el prximo Cam-
peonato que se inaugurara la l
segunda semana del prximo
mes en el Estadio Olmpico. '
Destilado y Embotellado
en Escocia
tfo mas microbios
en su cocina!
IIYSOI LOS IXTMMINAI Cada vea
que lave el fregadero o al piso da
au cocine, agregue *M cuchara.
di de LYSOL a cada S litroa de
agua. LYSOL ca el desinfectante
ooncunttudo, de accin
jabonosa, que deeinfecte y
limpia al raiimo tiempo, ex-
terminando los microbio!.
Cada Vei Qum Lar
Desin/scre Con

BLACKtWHITE
WHISKY ESCOCS
JAMES BUCHANAN A CO. LTD., 6LAS60W, SCOTLAND
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL. S. A. Distribuida**
Ave. Central No. 14, Panam Tel. 2-2764
anoche su ltimo compromiso de
la primera vuelta, la cual ter-
minar el domingo entrante con
los juesgos pacifico vs Hispano
y Ancn vs Ibrico.
Ademas con dicho resultado,
el Ditrani sigue solo e invicto
en el comando del Torneo, con
tres puntos de ventaja sobre
sus mas crcalos rivales, el His-
pano y el Ancn.
----------if ., ;------. *_
En Coln se ofrece
hoy un atractivo
Pgrma. deportivo
COLON, Mayo 33 (Por Nando
Quintero)Un atractivo pro-
grama deportivo se ofrece esta
tarde en varias canchas de la
localidad como parte Integral
del Programa de la Feria de Co-
ln, que con entero xito se
viene desarrollando en los terre-
nos del nuevo relleno.
El programa comienza a las
cuatro de la tarde con el juego
entre los equipos de Softball del
Colegio Abel Bravo y los Redac-
tores y Locutores Deportivos,
confindose que estos ltimos
se llevarn la victoria, pues la
sola presencia de un 'Boby" Ro-
driguez, Bobby Puello 'y Jasper
Carter, Daniel Delgado Duarte,
"Orejita" de Len, y otros hay
para hacer correr a cualquier
enemigo.
Este Juego .se celebrar en el
campo de juegos de la Polica
Nacional. En la noche se desa-
rrollarn en el entablado del
Gimnasio del Colegio Abel Bravo
dos eventos de baloncesto, sien-
do uno de la cotegoria mayor
y de carcter interprovnnclal
entre los quintetos Deportivo
Mauricio de la ciudad capital
y Deportivo Mlke de esta ciudad
y como preliminares del progra-
ma actuarn los equipos De-
portivo 10 de Mayo vs Escuela
Repblica de Bolivia, espesn-
dose que a este gran programa
acudan muchos fanticos.
ENSEANZA TIL.Homrr Herpe!, jugador profesional de golf, ensea a sos discpulas la
forma como deben balancear el cuerpo para pegar a la bola perfectamente. *ara le cual
utllbu un espejo en donde las papilas observan detenidamente su entilo y traUn de tu-
rreglrk) mediante las lndlccaiones de su maestro. De seguro llegarn a ser campeonas.
Bill Turnesa se
destaca en torneo
de golf britnico
GALEJJ, Mayo 23 (UP)1
norteamericano Bill Turnesa
elimin del campeonato nacio-
nal de golf amateur britnico al
argentino Rudolf Bullrich por
6 a 4.
Lewis Herrera d< la Argenti-
na pas a la tercera vuelta en
la, cual se enfrentar hoy al
norteamericano Jim Mlchaele.
Este venci a K. G. Patrick de
Escocia por 6 a 5. Turnesa ad-
quiri ventaja- Inicial sobre
Bullrich ganando los seis de
primeros 9 hoyos.'
Las victorias norteamericanas
csl continuas disminuyeron las
perspectivas britnicas de lograr
su propio campeonato y tendrn
que depender casi excluslvamen
te de Joe Carr de Irlanda y Alex
Hyde de Inglaterra. Para hoy
quedan doce norteamericanos.
Tenista Polaco
Est Perdido
Desde Ayer
PARIS, Mayo 23 (UP)La
Asociacin- Francesa de Lawn
Tennis anunci haber recibido
un cable de ,1a Asociacin pola-
ca negandotme el tenista de la
Copa Davl, Da vis Ladislav Sko-
neckl se ha expatriado volunta-
riamente.
Ayer dijeran de Zurich que
Skoneckl habla decidido no re-
gresar a Polonia y habla "de-
saparecido" en Suiza. Un cable
de Varsovla dice que Skoneckl
no fu a Pars a competir como
se esperaba en el campeonato
francs que comenz ayer debi-
do a "estar muy cansado".
Independiente y Pern
mejoran colocacin en
el Ftbol de Barraza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol Infantil de Barrara
G. E. P. pje.
Independiente ...... Z 4 %
Fuerte 25..........2 4 9 X
Selecta ............. 2 S 0 7
Fern .............. 14 2 6
Guayaquil ..........1 4 1
Tauros............ 12 3 4
Santander .......... 414
Angelini ,.........1 1 4 S
El Independiente empat el
primer lugar del ftbol Infantil
de Barraza con su victoria so-
bre el Guayaquil por 2 a 0, y el
Pern mejor colocacin con su
empate con el Angelini a 3 tan-
tos.
Adems el Guayaquil perdi
su Invicto, y el Angelini aumen-
t puntuacin. Ambos encuen-
tros resultaron movidos y agra-
d la actuacin de los conjun-
tos.
El 4 De Junio Se Inicia El
Cpto. De Ping Pong Del Istmo
Las inscripciones para participar en el Campeonato de Pina
Pong del Istmo se cerrarn el da 30 de Mayo segn ha infor-
mado la Comisin encargada de dicho torneo.
La competencia sera abierta para todos los Jugadores do
Panam, Coln y la Zona del Canal Que deseen Inscribirse. El
ganador del torneo ser coronado campen y recibir un valioso
trofeo donado por la Compaa Alfaro.
El campeonato en mencin se iniciar el dia 4 de Junio,
hay bastante inters entre los aficionados a-este deforte por al
comienzo de las hostilidades.
Pgiles Amateur De Panam
y Coln Pelearn El Viernes
COLON, Mayo 23 (Correspon-
sal)Con gran entusiasmo se
comenta en esta ciudad la atrae
tlva cartilla de boxeo amateur
entre destacados pgiles de Pa-
nam y de esta costa que tendr
lugar el prximo viernes.
Esta funcin especial se efec-
tuar como parte del progra-
ma deportivo de la Feria Agro-
fiecuarla que actualmente se ce-
ebra en la ciudad de Coln.
La cartilla que se presentar
es la siguiente;
Panam -----Coln
Toti Elias v* Eduardo Weather
Papel 106 libras
Victor Asprilla Manuel PrescoM
Mosca 112 libras
Alberto Tesa vs Isidro Martines)
Gallo 118 libras
Chico Andersen vs H. Douglas
Pluma 127 libras
Luis Redrirae vs H. Jones
Ligero 135 libras
ATRACCIN ESPECIAL
Federiea Foag Jr. va A. Matewgl
65 libras
Existe inters para que se cumplan ffl
los acuerdos tomados en el Congreso
Nacional de Redactores Deportivos *
COLON, Mayo 23 (Por Nando
Quintero)Tanto los miembros
de la ARD. do Coln asi como
lot deportistas en general, es-
peran que lo acordado en la se-
sin del Primer Congreso Nal. el
Domingo pasado en esta ciudad,
no quede en una ilusin de los
que Integraron el Congreso; y
es ms, se espera que la Comi-
sin nombrada para que se or-
ganice cuanto antes la Asocia-
cin Nacional de Redactores De-
portivos labore con entero empe
o y tesn para ver coronadas
las aspiraciones de los que es-
criben, en la prensa deportiva.
Se sabe que si se organiz la
Asociacin Nacional de Redac-
tores Deportivos, se puede con-
seguir la Personera Jurdica, te-
ma tratado en la sesin del do-
mingo y que fu Ilustrado con
lujo de detalles por el Profesor
Ernesto E. Argote, cosa que le
daria verdadera autonoma y
marcada autoridad a las aspi-
raciones' de los Redactores De-
portivos.
Otroa de ios puntos que se
espera no sean olvidados, son
la solicitud al Ministerio de
Obras Pblicas, para que se vi-
site cuanto antes los Gimnasios
y Estadios que se hayan in-
completos y deteriorados para
s debida reparacin; dirigir.,
al Consejo de Coln para qu
se traigan los restos del malo-
grado boxeador colonense A
Brown; la participacin de ui
representante de la Asoclacli
Nacional de Redactores ante a
Comit Olmpico, cosa que ier
de 'gran beneficio para todos
se evitar de una ves por todu,
los acomodos de ltima hora di
ciertos cronistas que siempre si
han presentado en el ltimo mol
ment para aprovecharse dJ
componendas y disfrutar de loi
viajes al exterior; la consecul
clon de un Carnet General, pal
ra que todo el que escribe sobrJ
deporte tenga entrada a los es]
pectculos Deportivos tanta
Amateur como Profesionales]
hacer que los jefes de plana!
deportivas consulten con lol
propietarios y administrador
d los diarlos, sobre facllidade
a los Cronistas, etc.
Asi pues se espera que los se|
ores Ricardo A. Pardo, Dante;
Delgado D. Arquimedeg Terna
des, Guillermo S. Rolla, Carie
Tamayo y Arturo "Chelo" Gon.
zlez, que integran la nmil
de los que han de procurar l|
organizacin de la Asoclacli
Nacional de Redactores, trab
jen sin desmayo y con verdad
ro inters.
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