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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panam American
Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MAY U, 1851
FIVE CENTS
MOTHER AND SONlit. Sgt. Douglas Jones, of Oakland, Calif., rushes to embrace his mother,
I Mrs. F. E. Jones, who broke through the barricades to greet her son, one of 1905 GIS returning
I from Korea aboard the USNS Gen. R. L. Howze. Behind the barricades are other friends and
I relatives who were on hand-as the ship docked in San Francisco. (NEA Telephoto)
8th Army On Offensive
Across Entire Korea Froni
Lower-Bracket Earners To Get
Better Break On New Tax Bill
By REX CHANEY
Truman Asks Vast
Foreign Aid Grant
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
President Truman in a 6,000
word message today asked Con-
gress for $8,500,000,000 to give
tanks, planes and economic sin-
ews to foreign free nations to
meet the "terrible danger" of
Soviet aggression.
The sum Includes $22,000,000 in
economic aid and $40,000,000 in
military assistance to Latin Ame-
rica.
The message did not include a
breakdown of the figures by
(NEA Telephoto)
MORE ON MAC Gen. Omar
Bradley, resuming his testi-
mony, told the Joint Senate
Armed Services Foreign Rela-
tions committee that the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, which he
heads, recommended dismissal
of Gen. MacArthur because
they felt his actions were jeo-
Eardlzlng the traditional clvil-
in control over military auth-
ority.
CZ Students Offered
I Summer Canal Jobs
A limited number of temporary
I full-time jobs for the summer
vacation period from June S
through Sept. 1 will be open in
the Canal-Railroad organization
to qualified Canal Zone high
school and junior college stud-
ents, according to information
[ lrom the Personnel Bureau.
To qualify for the available po-
I sitions, students must be 16 years
of age or older and be qualified
under the general eligibility
standards for U.S. rate employ-
I ment in the Canal and Railroad.
The rate of pay will be 60 cents
per hour.
Students who wish to apply for
vacation employment should re-
gister at the U.S. Rate Employ-
ment Branch of the Personnel
92 Vacancies On
PC-PRR Rolls
There are 92 vacant positions
in the Canal-Railroad organiza-
tion to which eligible qualified
employes may transfer, according
to the latest issue of the trans-
fer-vacancy bulletin from the
Personnel Bureau.
The vacancies include 35 class-
ified and related positions and
57 in the craft group.
The classified and related po-
sitions Include the following:
Governmental accountant
(male); probationary admeas-
urer; cartographic survey aide,
both permanent and temporary;
accounting clerk;' clerk; clerk-
typist; clerk-stenographer; en-
gineering aide; civil engineer
(design, survey and townsite
planning); sanitary engineer;
fireman; customs guard; meat-
cutter; card punch operator; op-
tical technician; physical thera-
pist; pllot-ln-trafnlng; and po-
liceman.
The craft group Includes these
positions: boilermaker; cable-
splicer; battery and ignition
electrician; electrician In the
Terminals Division; diesel en-
gineer; stevedore foreman; tele-
phone Installer maintenance;
machinist (fleet, inside and out-
side) ; construction equipment
maintenance mechanic; radio
mechanic; lock operator, quali-
fied and unqualified; utility
operator: body repairman paint-
country. Truman called it a "mu-
tual security program."
Of the total, $625,000,000 would
be for military aid and $2,250,-
000,000 for economic assistance.
It was the largest total peace
time request for such aid.
In addition Mr. Truman re-
commended that $1,000.000,000
more be appropriated to be used
to Increase the lending authority
of the Export-Import Bank. Not
all this money would be used In
the coming fiscal year.
This is the aid program Mr.
Truman asked.
Economic
Europe $1,650,000,000
Middle East and Northern Afri-
ca, $125,000.000.
Asia, $375,000,000.
Latin America, $22,000,000.
Administrative expenses $78,-
000,000.
Total $2,250.000,000.
Military
Europe. $524,000,000.
Middle East and Northern Afri-
ca, $415,000.000.
Asia, $555,000,000.
Latin America, $40,000,000.
Total $6,250,000.000.
Mr. Truman said: "With this
program of assistance to the to-
tal free world effort we will move
forward rapidly toward the situa-
tion of giving reasonable assur-
ance against aggression.
"We cannot win people through
appeasement. We cannot gain
security in isolation. We will not
surrender."
The "single package" request
did not break down the amounts
specifically for each nation. It
was. however. $200.000.000 more
than provided in military and
economic assistance this year
under several programs.
The United States' European
partners in the North Atlantic
Treaty organization would get
the bulk a total of $6,890,000,-
000.
In designating Asia for $555,-
000,000 In military aid and $375,-
000.000 In economic help Mr. Tru-
man noted that Formosa would
get some of it.
Greece and Turkey would get
military aid under the military
WASHINGTON May 24 (UP).
House tax writers voted yes-
terday to give lower-income
earners a better break in the new
tax bill, but to Impose still high-
er levies on big Incomes and cor-
porations.
The House Ways and Means
Committee, changing a previous
decision, agreed to increase every
taxpayer's present tax bill by
12'/2 per cent a year what it
called "a defense tax" to help
pay for rearmament costs.
Previously the committee had
voted to add three percentage
Eoints to the share of taxes paid
y persons In every bracket.
Effect of the shift will be to
save money for all single persons
earning up to $8,000 In net in-
come and all married persons
earning up to $15,000. Annual
savings will run from $1 to $29
per family.
On the other hand, persons
In the upper Income brackets
will pay anywhere from $23 a
year more to as much as $32,000
extra for those In the $50O,060-a-
year bracket.
While the Income tax plan
does not mean much to the
low-income payers, committee
members agreed that the pre-
vious proposal was unfair to
the "little feltew."
Under the old plan an Increase
of three percentage points In a
low-bracket tax of 20 per cent
would bring the tax to 23 per cent
actually a 15 per cent increase
in the dollars-and-cents tax bill.
Hundreds Planning
To Attend Meeting
Of CZ Credit Union
Tta^iMw^n?' AS"1"1*- ef: PPe"tter, plumber; pump- uutiutry u, unaer me i
"the r^afTallrHXl-?^hAD:Tleg^ tetal worker program for the Middle East
the AHmtni.?L?b0i ?\iCe "} ,C0,ppersmIth); hlpfltter; tool- Economic assistance for these
Crttfota?lnUtrat,on Building at'maker; combination welder; and I two countries would be provided
instooai.___________________wlreman. in the request for Europe.
Canal Zone Credit Union of-
ficials estimated today that sev-
eral hundred members are plan-
ning to attend tomorrow night's
special meeting at the Ancon
Theater In contrast to the 50 or
60 who usually turn out "for the
annual meeting.
One source estimated that as
many as 300 of the 3,000 members
will be on hand at 6:45 p.m. to
hear a report on the Insurance
activities connected with the
operation of the Credit Union.
Points of criticism will be dis-
cussed one by one and the mem-
bers will have an opportunity to
question officers and other res-
ponsible, and to determine for
themselves whether the union's
insurance line up has been con-
ducted in a proper manner.
From another source it was
learned today that treasurer
Charles 8. Hollander may not be
able to attend tomorrow's meet-
ing.
He entered Gorgas Hospital
Tuesday, but is not on the seri-
ously ill list.
Top Official Says US Should
Use Atomic Weapons In Korea
m LOUIS CASSELS !!*?!?*" h*Te recently been fense Secretary George C. Mar- streamline the complex mech-
. WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP) atomic^enerw rtmn?.,0Ur sha" frei*re? to the P0,s'b.le anlsnYoi an atom,c explosive
ReD Overton Brrwlf. n Va nv ? ** exP*rlments." use of secret new weapons in enough to get it inside a gun
aid todav the ihS& Rtot fBi2tai,U a r*nUn? member the Korean war In his censored barrel. *
h*7 pStedheatom icaruneft Committee "whU^he IffiS esU"lny bfre the COmmlt- WthlliSU detaIls oi the ""
S& M ffieV^S fV 2^22 St^ EnlS < A""ed F * ^ s%^tTlfamvee2tSthaereef,f0or-t
ffttSraT d *"*" n^hA-0/^'"'! H.1!8 des,red atomlc weaPns which has been directed toward dev-
He was u f.r.* ~___ .ki *" S^^er thereRep. F. Ed- could be used "tactically" a- eloping a shell which could be
officiar to ^r o Ih?Z Sa^dwHlbert' a, i*1* Tom gainst enemy armies in the fired from "Little bk via "the
ttet ftie AtSfic Energy '"- Brwks Tald'^n ^r^^ ?ield- The ^1?*1. A-.bomb. giant 36-lnch mo'rtar designed
mission has Tucce^f taTts statement " the .torffe'sheS. " ?%&>' -H* -A ..Ordnance
The new 12& per cent hike would
mean a-raise of 2.5 percentage
points In the 20 per cent tax.
In a higher-bracket tax at 40
per cent, however, a three
percentage point Increase would
bring the tax to 43 per cent
an Increase of only T/* per cent
compared with the new 12 y2 per
cent rise.
Under the new plan a single
person with a $2,000 net Income,
before personal exemptions but
after deductions for various pur-
poses who now pays $280 a year
in taxes would be taxed $315
$7 less than under the former
proposal.
A married man with no chil-
dren with a net income of $3,000,
who now pays $360 a year, would
pay up $405. Under the previous
lan his new tax would have been
414, so he would save $9.
A married man with two chil-
dren, whose net Income Is $3,000,
would pay $135 a year Instead of
the $120 he now pays. Under the
previous plan he would have paid
$138, so he saves $3.
Going up the scale, a married
man, with two children, now
earning a net income of $10,000
a year, would pay $1,791 In taxes
instead of the $1,592 he now
pays. The previous committee
flan would have hit him for
1,820, so he will have $29 the
biggest annual saving resulting
from the proviso.
The shift in the Income tax
plan Is not expected to cause
significant changes in the esti-
mated $2,9M,e0e,e0e revenue
Increase expected under the
previous plan.
However, the committee knock-
ed another $15,000,000 off the
new tax bill by reversing a previ-
ous decision to tighten the tax
law by covering losses by gentle-
men farmers and others who lose
money on expensive hobbles.
Thus the committee's total tax
hike approved so far amounts to
an estimated $7,182,000,000still
far short of the $10,000,000,000
requested by President Truman.
The decisions still subject to
final committee action and house
and senate approval Just about
completed work on the new pay-
-as-we-go tax bill.
Commute members said they
hope to have a bill ready for the
House to consider early next
month. The Income tax rise is
slated to take effect Sept. 1
if the measure clears Congress
by then but that appears un-
likely now. A summer Congress-
ional recess may intervene.
Iran Issues
Ultimatum
On Oil Fields
TEHERAN, May 24 (UP)Iran
told the Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-
pany here today that unless Brit-
ish representatives to' discuss
Iran's oil nationalization are
named within a week the Iran-
ian government will take over
the oilfields without them.
Today's ultimatum set a time
limit on the May 20 Iranian
statement that Iran is prepared
to discuss legitimate claims by
the British-controlled oil com-
pany.
Meanwhile the Committee for
Oil Nationalization said Iran is
frepared to keep all of Anglo-
ranian's British employes after
nationalization.
This commission said Iran and
Britain had no differences be-
tween them, and Iran's policy
towards Britain was "friendship
alone."
The commission said Iran's
only difference was with the oil
company.
The British Government holds
a majority Interest in the com-
pany.
As a crack British 4,000 man
paratroop regiment prepared to
leave within 24 hours for some-
where in the Middle East Brit-
ish Minister of Defense Emanuel
Shin well said: "It Is a mistake
on the part of any other nation,
small or large, to Imagine that
because we commit no acts of
aggression, and Indulge in peace
proposals, we are unable to de-
fend ourselves.
"We have no Intention of
truckling to any other nation."
TOKYO, May 24 (UP) United Nations task forc.i
crossed the 38th parallel today at two points, threatening
to cut off retreating Chinese Reds and capturing former
Red buildup centers one by one.
United Nations field commander Lt. Gen. James A.
Van Fleet jubilantly announced: "The 8th Army is on the
offensive across the entire front, and there's no limita-
tion as to where it will go."
In Washington President Truman said this "no limit'1
declaration represented no policy change on the Korean
fighting. Field commanders had always had absolute com-
mand over tactics and strategy.
Van Fleet said he plans: To maintain the initiative,
to inflict maximum casualties and to prevent a counter
attack."
Collins & McNevin
Filing On Tax Law
To Be Postponed
has been wid.lv Sh,.h.i,; WUI Ik h "". " wlu icint accuracy to use. them large
one ormore of thiE-J. f* m! U*e* ..f thousand * " the battlefield, since they dista:
ttecent tea at Kniw-^T1" ? Mter*. niU* "^ .,lrmen' mlKnt have narmed us- tr<>P cep
uarKCDi i .is at sniwetok is- and will relieve th* train unnn . ~,..k .. mn.. 4K__ T. o.
------------and will relieve the strain upon as much
vS ." racjiic. our people at home." enemv
?..""h* I00?6? may ^ The Atoml<= ^gy Commls-
n\ fe ^"^ *L Frencn- slon refused to cbmment
mena Tlat in Nevada earlier Brooks' statement,
this year
" can hurl a very
and heavy shell for a
distance of several miles with
exceptional accuracy,
the Brooks said he did not ob-
tain his information "officially"
Brooks pointed out. however, through the Armed Services
on that this objection "does not Committee but considers it
hold good for atomic, artillery "completely reliable
or more than

obtained
made
Ftylng of the suit being read-
led by the law firm of Collins
it McNevin to test the validity of
the application of the domestic
Income tax law to the Canal
Zone will be held up pending
Congressional action on the Reed
bill to eliminate retroactive .Im-
position of the levy.
Attorney D. D. McNevin told
The Panama American today
that in view of the favorable re-
port about to be filed by the
House Ways and Means Com-
mittee on the measure to repeal
the retroactive features, his
firm finds lt advisable to await
outcome of the legislative moves
before taking the contemplated
legal action.
McNevin said this stand had
been taken after expressions
from several clients, and fol-
lowing consultation with or-
ganized local groups working
on the Income tax problem. He
added that the firm would be
glad to know the opinions of
individuals who have subscrib-
ed to the fund to prosecute the
tax quit.
The attorney also emphasized
that any delay that might seem
advisable on the retroactive
features of the tax would in no
way Influence the decision to
go ahead at the proper time
on the test suit challenging
the basic Imposition of Income
levies on U. S citizen employes
of the federal government on
the Canal Zone.
Collins Si McNevin represent a
Linares Denies RP
Ships Serving Reds
From Hong Kong
HONG KONG, May 24 (UP)
Panamanian Cnsul-General Ed-
uardo Linares denied here today
that Panamanian tankers are
carrying oil to Communist China
from Hong Kong.
But he said the vessels might
be doing so from other ports. He
gave no details of this alleged
Illicit traffic.
Linares was replying to a state-
ment in London by British Con-
servative MP Henry Price charg-
ing that ships were paying in
dollars for Panamanian registry
in order to smuggle oil and other
raw' materials into Communist
China under the Panamanian
flag.
Linares said the Panamanian
Consulate warned all Panama-
nian ships a week ago against
visiting "prohibited Chinese
zones."
Arnulfos Trial
Ready To Start
Tomorrow a.m.
Preparations for the trial of
former president Arnulfo Arias
before the National Assembly
starting 8 a.m. tomorrow neared
completion today.
He Is to be charged with abuse
of his Presidential powers.
There is no change reported in
Arnulfo's decision not to take a
part In his own trial.
This decision will not prevent
the trial taking its course.
President Alclblades Aroseme-
na has announced that because
of public Interest In the trial all
public offices will be shut tomor-
row. They will reopen Saturday.
The committee of investiga-
tion appointed by the Assembly
has finished its work, and is
ready to present its report to the
District Attorney.
This morning Dr. Felipe Juan
Escobar was sworn in as prose-
cutor. Ellas Ramos Mrquez, who
presented the accusation origin-
ally, has been declared unable
to prosecute for certain legal
reasons.
Under the Constitution:
"The defense and prosecutor
must present themselves to the
National Assembly on the date
set for the trial; but if they do
not assist, the trial will not stop
on account of this."
The makers of the 194a Cons-
titution have been invited to to-
morrow's hearing.
Governor To Review
Balboa ROTC At
Stadium Tomorrow
Gov. Francis K. Newcomer
will be the reviewing officer
when cadets of the Balboa ROTC
hold their graduation parade in
Balboa Stadium tomorrow at
2:30 p. m. This ceremony will be
the last one of the year for the
cadets and will include several
presentations and honors.
Newcomer will present a cer-
tificate from the 1950 Com-
munity Chest Committee to Miss
Gayle MacDonald. Battalion
Sponsor, In recognition of the
part played by the ROTC in the
Community Chest drive. The
Governor will also affix the
Best All-around Company"
streamer to the guidon of Com-
pany B, commanded by Cadet
Captain Louis R. Celerler. Fol-
lowing these presentations, Ha-
rold J. Zlerten, acting principal
of Balboa High School, and re-
presenting Lodge 1414, B. P. O.
Elks, will present Cadet Colonel
Frank L. Mayo with his cadet
sabre In recognition of his be-
ing the outstanding cadet offi-
cer of the Canal Zone ROTC.
After the presentation of
awards the graduating class will
turn over command of the Corps
to the Juniors, and march "front
and center" en masse, to Join
the reviewing party while th
London To Rome
In Two Hours
ROME, May 24 (UP). The
world's first jet-propelled pas-
senger airliner streaked 931
miles through heavy cloud
from London to Rome today in
two hours 10 minutes on Its
maiden commercial flight.
This was slightly slower than
the 447 miles an hour average
speed the Comet put up on a
test flight over the same route
last year.
British Overseas Airways
Corporation is using Comets on
its Middle East schedules.
A strong Allied task force,
spearheaded by tanks and per-
sonally commanded by 10th
Corps commander Lt. Gen. Ed-
ward Almond, crossed the 38th
arallel on the central front af-
er a IS mile drive which split
the Chinese.
South Korean spearheads were
earlier reported to have pushed
across the parallel around Kae-
song, northwest of Seoul.
On the west central front, an-
other tank column captured
Chunchon and overran a group
of fleeing Chinese shuffling
north at a dogtrot.
They shot the column to piec-
es with cannon and machlnegun
fire and captured a large num-
ber of prisoners.
Wartorn Chunchon was one of
the buildup centers for the ill-
fated Red spring offensive.
The task force was reportedly
capturing more prisoners than It
could handle, but its northward
drive from Chunchon was unop-
posed. ^
Frontline reports gave this pic-
ture across Korea: r
Western front South Korean
patrols advanced through Kae-
song. 35 miles northwest of Se-
oul, and crossed the 38th parallel
another mile and a half to the
north. United States forces
northeast of Seoul drove beyond
Uljongbu.
West Central Front A tan*
task force drove through desert-
ed Kapyong, which the Alliefl
yielded to the Reds on the first
round of their spring offensive,
and took hills north and west of
the city.
East Central Front United
States and South Korean marinea
advanced unopposed betw e e n
Chunchon and Hangye. 18 miles
to the east. The United States
2nd Division, with French and
Dutch units attached, drove back
Communists rearguards east of
Hangye.
Eastern Front Red force*
which broke through the SoutH
Korean line to Sokso. 25 miles
south of the parallel, began flee-
ing north In scattered groups as
counter attacking United Na
tions units cut across their es-
cape routes. i
The Chinese withdrawal all a-
long the front was orderly, but
presented Juicy targets for allied
warplanes attacking In perfect
weather.
Witness Says She Danced In Nude,
And He Oughta Know-So She Loses
MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 24 Dickens testified lt was Mrs.
(UP) A night club owner Brewer's Idea to stay at ths
won acquittal of charges of club after the party broke up
assaulting a stag party dancer and his defense called up Philip
today after a "front row" wit- Hughes, an automobile sales-
ness of the girl's act contra- man, to tell about the kind of
dieted her claim that she kept dance she did.
her clothes on. She danced "in the nude,"
Mrs. Pauline Brewer. 18-year- Hughe., said. "I eught to
old auburn-haired mother and know. I was sitting in the
wife of a policeman, had press- front row."
ed the charges against Thomas Dickens testified that after h
M. Dickens. 33, owner of the and Mrs. Brewer were left a-
club where the private party lone in the living quarters of
was held March 19. the club she not only accepted
Mrs. Brewer testified that she his advances but made some
performed but did not do a herself.
strip-tease or nude dance. After He said he told her she could
the .party, she said, she was go home but "she told me that
left alone with Dickens and the she wasn't ready to gp home,
proprietor made advances, "try- she wanted to dance some
lng to kiss me again and again." more."
and "pushed me down on the She kicked off her shoes and
couch." "she put her arm around ma
8he dissuaded him, she said, and said 'You didn't get to see
by asking him to go to the me good with my clothes otf,"
kitchen to fetch her a sand- Dickens testified.
statement that United Press recently that De-
------- r_... . wich. She then called her po- Thirteen minutes after the-
?roup of ir.rMridii.'Is who seek^adet corps passes In review in llceman husband who took her all-male Jury got the case, It
then: honor. 'home, Mrs, Brewster testified, acquitted him,


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Who tried to buy floors from a Florist
His wife. Chloris not wla*. .
(Read Panama American Classifieds)
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appellation
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measure
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waste
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A Discovery
y t. T. BAMI.U.
Shipping & Airline News
appointed &iles Representative
for the territory.
Cameron also announced today
the appointment of the Intra-
Mar Shipping Corporation (Co-
lombia) Ltd. as General Sales A-
gents for BOAC in Colombia.
Harry Joseph, General Manager
of Intra-Mar, visited Panama
last week to negotiate the agree-
ment and was a guest at "El Pan-
ama."
BOAC Emphasises
Suspension of nnama
Service Is Temporary
Suspension of BOAC's air serv-
ices through Panama is only a
temporary measure, Donald A.
Cameron, the Corporation's Pan-
ama Manager emphasized today.
Suspension of the Corporation's
services from Kingston to Pana-
ma. Lima and Santiago became
necessary because BOAC did not
have sufficient long distance
multl-englned aircraft to pro-
vide an adequate service, and it
was considered advisable to sus-
pend the service south of Kings-
ton until the aircraft position
Improved.
During the temporary suspen-
sion of its direct air services be-
tween Panama and Europe, Brit-
ish Overseas Airways, with the
cooperation of Brapiff and Na-
tional Airlines, has organized a
route to London, which, by util-
izing the top-line flights of all
three companies, provides luxur-
losu and speedy transportation.
Passengers may now leave Pan-
ama at 2:25 a.m. by Branlff's "El
Conquistador," transfer to Na-
tional Airlines' "Star" DC6 at
Havana and arrive at Idle wild,
New York, at-3 p.m.; the same
day BO A.C.'s "Monarch" Strato-
crulser. which flies non-stop, de-
parts from New York at 4:00 p.m.
and arrives In London at 9 a.m.,
the following morning.
The "Monarch" carries three
stewards and a stewardess, seven
course meals are served, with
complimentary cocktails, wines
and champagne and there is a
lower-deck lounge In which to
relax and meet fellow-passen-
gers. There Is no surcharge for
travel by the "Monarch."
For those passengers who do
not wish to travel to London and
Europe via U.S.A.. BOAC offers
two alternative routings. The
first Is by Branlff to Havana and
thence by BOAC. to Nassau, con-
necting with the mid-Atlantic
Constellation, service to Bermu-
da. Azores, Lisbon and London.
Through connections bv this
route are made on Wednesdays
of each week. The second route
is by PAA to Kingston, and
thence by the above-mentioned
Constellation service, departing
from Kingston on Wednesdays
and Sundays.
Fares remain unchanged and
the advantages of off-season.
and off/on season rates will con- The new f.,m ..Breast Self-Ex-
tinue to apply. The Corporation s animation," an American cincer
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on Cristobal
The 8.S. Panama Is scheduled
to arrive at Cristobal Monday
with a load of 59 passengers, ac-
cording to the advance passen-
ger list from the Panama Line
offices at Balboa Heights.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Miss Emily J. Abrey; Mrs. I-
rene R. Adkins and daughter;
Oscar P. Arias; Mrs. Marlon L.
Boyer; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Breakfield; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Btesh and son; Fred J. Busch;
Miss Kathleen M. Capwell; Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis D. Carey; and
Mrs. Virginia K. Christian.
8gt. Roland J. Diette; Mrs. An-
na E. Dlettef Mr, and Mrs. Carl-
ton D. Dameron and child; Mr.
and Mrs. Walter R. Fender; Mrs.
Margaret M. Flnnegan; Charles
German and daughter; Irving
Oooze; Mrs. Lena Haas; William
T. Harness; Lawrence W. Jen-
kins; and Sgt. Marie B. Keppel.
William A. Lang; Henry F. Le-
fevre; M-Sgt. Leon H.Leigh; Miss
Ruble Vassel Lewis; Richard C.
McKeown; Miss Marjorie A.
Noonan; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Orr, Jr. and child: Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Pettingill; Mrs. Matilde
de Pisa; and Mrs. Phyllis Quah-
Uero and son.
Mrs. Bette T. Ross; Mr. and
Mrs. George J. Roth and daugh-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slegel;
Lt. and Mrs. Richard Thomas;
Cpl. Joseph J. Vanden Oever;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Wag-
ner; Miss Beatrice E. Walker;
Mrs. Rita M. Webster; and Vic-
tor D. Young; and Miss Lutlcla
R. Young.
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THURSDAY, MAT 24, 151
THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE THXEB
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Acheson Denies WArthur Row
Has Changed US China Policy
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Box 95, (jatun JtLftlioni (Jrnlu
Fashion Show And In At Fort Gullck
The members of the Fort Oulick N.C.O, Club out on a Fas-
.ilon Show and tea In tne lourme of the Club Tuesday after-
noon. Mrs. Jos Melndez was chairman of the successful af-
fair, and was assisted bv Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Gertrude
Mann ana Mrs. George Miller. .. .. *_
The costumes were displayed through the courtesy of Motta s
and Maduro's. Mrs. Geow Miller and daughter, Qeorganna, mo-
deled a mother and daughter outfit and other dresses. Mrs. H.
A. Crandall modeled four cottons and an afternoon dress. Swim-
ming attire and accessorial were shown by Mrs. Peggy Elllng-
sworth and Mrs. Jos~ Melndez, who also showed sports attire,
with Mrs. Joseph Gormlev. Children's fashions were shown by
Hue and Linda Tolbeit and Patsy Gormley
Green with high score and Mrs.
Poole with second high.
The other guests were: Mrs.
Milo Gardner, Mrs. Manning
Hutchinson, Mrs. George W.
Mrs. Ernest Beck and Mrs.
Owen Tolbert showed several
cottons and afternoon dresses.
Tea was served following the
show. The buffet table was cen-
tered with tropical flowers flank-
ed by tall white tapers. Mrs.
George Miller and Mrs. Melndez
presided at the tea table.
Mrs. Gladys Smith, the presi-
dent of the club, introduced two
guests Mrs. H. W. Hankel. presi-
dent of the Fort Gullck Officers
Wives Club and Mrs. Frank La-
t urraca.
The other members present
were: Mrs. L. L. Wood. Mrs. Will-
iam Bell. Mrs. Neville A. Hart.
Mrs. J. C. Bremer, Mrs. Maurice
Towne, Mrs. William Godwin,
Mrs. J. A. Frelse. Mrs. H. V. Col-
bert. Mrs. David Harshaw. Mrs.
flue Harvey, Mrs. Pauline Marsh,
and Mrs. Carl Cooper.
i. The door prize, of a very lovely
necklace, was won by Mrs. Hart.
Bon Voyage Party
Mrs. Thomas Lamer and Mrs.
Robert Carroll were co-hostesses
for a dessert bridge party given
Tuesday at the Fort Davis Offi-
cers Club to honor several friends
who are leaving for vacations In
the States.
The-honorees were: Mrs. Al-
bert Plcclrtlll; Mrs. Henry Hart-
wig. Mrs. James Scarborough.
Mrs. George Poole. Jr. and Mrs.
John T. Donahue.
Prizes were won by Mrs. H. F.
New Books
"Square Dances of Today and
How to Teach and Call Them," Is
one of the new book placed In
circulation daring the past week
bv The Panama Canal Library.
The book Is written by Richard
Kraus with musical arrange-
ments by Charles Leonhard. It
Is one of several books in the Li-
brary on the subject of square
dancing, recently rediscovered by
Americans. The new book con-
tains 55 traditional and modern
dances With Illustrations and mu-
sic for each one. /
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Trade Unions A history of
trade unionism In the United
States, Perlman.
Furniture The complete
book of bullt-lns, Hennessey.
Fine Arts, Recreation You
can make a "Stradlvarlus" violin.
Reld; Square dances of today and
how to teach and call them,
Kr"s; Three men on third,
Smith. _
English Literature The
Maugham reader. Maugham.
Travel. History The Savan-
nah. Stokea; Battle submerged.
Cope.
Fiction The frightened dove
Hardln; Proud new flags.Mason:
The conqueror. Tebbel: The salt
and the savor. Troyer; Run mon-
goose. Wilkinson; Make light of
It, Williams; A woman called
Fancy, Yer by.
Children's Fiction The new
sitter, Abel: Avalanche patrol,
Atwater; Country tram; Belm:
The size of it; a first book of
sizes. Berkley; Christopher, the
giant. Bishop; Barbara's birth-
day. Black; The Mttle farmer.
Brown; The noisy book. Brown;
Storm of Dancerwood. Chlpper-
fleld; Francie. Hahn; philllppe's
hill. Klngman; The Gray mouse
rnlly, Leonard; Guess what's In
e grass, Mitchell; Moppet,
Smith.
Children's Non-flctlon Pion-
eering in Industry. Badley: Pion-
eering In aviation. Wolfe; Fun-
time crafts. Schwalbach; Oliver
Hazard Perry, Long
Kennedy, Mrs. James Jess, Mrs.
David Kuhn, Mrs. W. D. Bailey,
Mrs. Albert Hill, Mrs. John
Wlggs. Mrs. B. K. Ogan and Mrs.
Walter Skelslaltts with Mrs. Ro-
bert E. Hall and Mrs. Maurice E.
Webb of Fort Gullck.
The guests were served at In-
dividual tables centered with
clusters of baby orchids.
Award Night at Margarita
School Year award night will
be held Friday. May 25, at 7:30
p.m. In the Margarita Gymnas-
ium, under the sponsorship of
the Margarita Recreational As-
sociation.
Coach Paul Moser will present
the awards for the school year
point system. There will be a sur-
prise program followed by re-
freshments. Members of the com-
munity are urged to attend.
Announcement of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Asa C. Bullock,
Jr. of Diablo, announce the birth
of their daughter. Cynthia Mary.
on Tuesday. May 22 in Gorgas
Hospital. The paternal grandpa-
rents are Mr. and Mrs. Asa Bul-
lock, Sr., of Cristobal.
Mr. and Mrs. Bullock, Jr.. are
well-known on the Atlantic Side
where they resided prior to their
marriage and for several years
after they were married.
Mr. McLaughlin Visiting Parents
Mr. William McLaughlin ar-
rived the first of the week for a
week's visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William J. McLaugh-
lin. Jr. of Gatun. The family will
sail for the States this weekend
for a summer vacation.
Mr. McLaughlin Is a student at
M.I.T. and this Is his first visit
home during his two yearj as a
student-at the University.
Brownie* Celebrate
May Birthdays
The members of Brownie Troop
32 of New Cristobal celebrated
the birthdays of two of their
members and a prospective mem-
ber at their meeting Tuesday.
The honorees were: Carane
Ladd, Carol Ann Seaman and
Marjorle Watson.
The flag ceremony, with salute
and Brownie Song opened the
meeting. Mrs. Harry Seaman, the
leader reviewed the work of the
past year and had the Brownies
write the things they enjoyed
most and suggest what they
would like to do next year.
Mrs. Kenneth Forrest, the as-
sistant leader, spoke to the girls
on their part In the Memorial
Day services. The Day Camp,
which Is to be held In Gatun, was
dlscussecTby the leaders.
After a program of games and
songs the meeting was closed
with light refreshments followed
by taps.
Teenage Club Notice
The Teenage Club will be open
Friday night to all members,
from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Any teen-
agers who would like to join may
do so at this time. The dues are
one dollar. Members will be ac-
cepted during the next three
weeks.
Bruckner Retires;
Dunlop Takes Over
Legion Auxiliary
Program Saturday
At Curundu Theater
On Saturday morning at 10 at
Curundu Theater, the American
Legion Auxiliary will present a
program In connection with their
radio activities.
The program will be dedicated
to the guest speakers of the Ame-
rican Legion Auxiliary and to
the owners of the newspapers
who have rendered assistance.
Certificates of appreciation will
be presented to the radio stations
who have given their time and
service to promote the activities
and programs of the Legion and
the Auxiliary.
The-special guest speaker of
the day will be Murray Wise.
Charge d'affaires, the U.S. Em-
bassy.
LUMPS ViOT ALWAYS CANCER
About two-thirds of the lumps
found In the breasts are not can-
cerous, the American Cancer So-
ciety points out In Its campaign
to detect cancer In Its early and
curable stages. But any lump
should be examined by a doctor,
the ACS stresses In its 1951 edu-
cational
sade.
ind fund-raising Cru-
ARNOLD BRUCKNER
W. H. DUNLOP
English Dinner Sets
Service for 12...104 pcs.
$36.50 $38.50 & $42.50
Until Saturday,
May 26 only!
French Bazaar
COLON
ABC Network Merges
With Theater Chain
NEW YORK. May 24 (UP)
The American Broadcas ting
Company and United-Paramount
Theaters. Inc.. have agreed to
merge subject to final approval
of the board of directors and
stockholders of both companies
and the Federal Communications
Commission.
Julia Gillman Dies
At Gorgas Hospital
Julia Gillman. mother of Mil-
ton Myers, employe of the Ord-
nance Section, Corozal. died at
Gorgas Hospital on Wednesday.
She was 78 years of age and a
member of the Panama Wesleyan
Methodist Church.
Miss Gillman was ailing for the
past five years. She was a native
of Barbados and came to the
isthmus in the early construction
period. Survivors are Milton My-
ers, son; Rolando and Hector My-
ers, grandsons and a brother.
John Gillman.
Funeral services will be held
at 12:30 p.m. on Friday at the
Corozal Chapel.
OCUSOL
EYE
LOTION
SOOTHING
CLEANSINO
REFMSHINS
Arnold Bruckner, Director of
Finance, has requested voluntary
retirement from the Canal serv-
ice in October and it was an-
nounced yesterday at the Gover-
nor's Office that W. H. Dunlop,
Chief of the Management Divi-
sion and Budget Coordinator, will
be appointed to act as Director
of Finance.
Bruckner plans to take a four-
month leave of absence prior to
his retirement and his active du-J
ty with the Canal organization
will end June 15. He and Mrs. ;
Bruckner plan to leave then for
the States where they will make
their future home.
The Director of Finance has
been considering retirement for
the past several months and his
decision to sever his active con-1
nections with the Canal on June
15 was made so his successor can
be named prior to the formation
of the new Panama Canal Com- j
panv on July 1.
The announcement from the
Governor's Office stated that
Dunlop's selection to act as Fin-
ance Director was made In view >
of his long experience in budget- |
ary affairs of the Canal-Railroad
and the prominent part he has'
taken in the formulation of plans
for the establishment of the Pa-1
nama Canal Company. He and
Bruckner, with the lieutenant,
Governor, have been the prlncl-1
pal advisors to the Governor on
matters pertaining to the new
organization other than legal
questions which have been han-,
died by the General Counsel.
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON. May 24 (UP)
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son denied yesterday the Ad-
ministration has adopted a new
China policy under pressure of
the public uproar over General
Douglas MacArlhur's dismissal.
Acheson faced a press con-
ference as Gen. Omar N. Brad-
ley, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, testified for the
fifth day before the Senate
committee investigating Mac-
Arthur's ouster.
Acheson said emphatically
that no change In policy toward
Nationalist and Communist Chl-
ni was heralded by a widely-
publicized speech In New York
last Friday by Assistant Sec-
retary of State Dean Rusk.
Rusk's speech had been Inter-
preted in' Congress, in press
comment and by some agitated
foreign diplomats as a State
Department move to "appease"
MacArthur supporters bv tak-
ing a tougher line toward Red
China.
But Acheson asserted that
Rusk had merely re-stated the
long-standing policy of aiding
the Chinese Nationalists on For-
mqsa and withholding diploma-
tic recognition from the Red re-
gime at Pelplng.
Acheson said the United States
has no intention of carrying the
non-recognltlon policy to the
point of refusing to negotiate
with the Chinese Reds for a set-
tlement of the Korean War.
He said that if Red China can
be brought to the point of ne-
gotiations, they will be conduct-
ed through the United Nations,
in which this country is repre-
sented.
Acheson said no peace feel-
ers have eben received from
the Communists but that be
has not abandoned hope that
the terrible losses they are
suffering In Korea will make
them receptive to negotia-
tions.
Bradlev told the Senate Inves-
tigators the J[otnt Chiefs are
lust as anxious as MacArthur or
anyone else to get the Korean
War "over with" so American
forces will not be tied down.
"The longer the problem in
Korea keeps up. the less we are
prepared to meet any movement
anvwhere else," he said.
When Sen. Ralph E. Flanders,
R.. Vt.. suggested the Adminis-
tration is following a "policy of
stalemate" In Korea by refusing
to adopt MacArthur*! plan for
victory. Bradley snapped:
"We are not prolonging this
war lust for the fun of ft."
He added that'vthe only dif-
ference Is General MacArthur
thinks that to do certain addl-' responsible demand for such a
war now.
7) He does not know whether
United Nations diulomts con-
sulted their own military lead-
ers before vetoing a U.8. request
for authority to chase Red
planes In "hot pursuit" across
the Manchurlan border.
8) Chinese Red leader Mao-
tze-tung Is "a rather rabid com-
munist in his own right" hut It
is not certain whether his whole
covernment is fanatically Com-
munist or just going along with
Russia for the sake of arms aid.
sides Just "sit there and look at
each other for the next year."
2) None of the Joint Chiefs
has any "personal animosity
toward MacArthur. On the con-
trary, all of them "admire him
and his military record and
what he has contributed to the
country."
3) The main military objec-
tion to releasing Chiang Kai-
shek's Nationalist forces for
raids on the Chinese main-
land la that ha might "dis-
sipate" the arms supplied to
him by this country "to the
point where he again exposes
Formosa to being taken by
the Communists." In that con-
nection, he said Chiang "dis-
sipated" the $2,000,000,000
worth of U. 8. arms furnished
him during the Chinese civil
war.
5) Japan tried In a "verv big
way" to defeat China and never
succeeded. It Is doubtful that
"some smaller way" such as
the limited war proposed by
MacArthur would succeed.
61 Russia's trans-Siberian rail-
road can move about 17,000 tons
of supplies a day for the Soviet
forces in the Far East. Coupled
with the stockpiles and the In-
dustrial plants Russia has built
up In Siberia, this gives the
Russians "considerable military
capacity" In the Fast East.
These statements were In con-
tradiction of MacArthur's estim-
ate that Russia has only a "de-
fensive force" in Siberia and
would have great difficulty sup-
plying the material for a major
war there.
6) Bradley believes the Am-
erican people "might have de-
manded" all-out war "with Red
China "had we been driven out
of Korea." But he knows of no
Jet Dogfight Champ
Thinks Enemy Fire
Sounds Like Popcorn
TOKYO. May 24, (UP) The
crackle of enemy gunfire In
deadly combat high In the wild
blue yonder sounds to Ameri-
ca's first Jet ace like popcorn
popping around him.
Capt. James Jabara today
told of the battle in which he I
knocked down his fifth and |
sixth MIG Jets, which made
him an ace end won him the
Distinguished Service Cross.
Risking his own life to save
his buddies. Jabara led his ele-
ment in the attack over north-
west Korea Sunday and, ac-
cording to his citation, "turned
the tide of the engagement in
favor of the friendly flight."
Fifty MIG's tangled with 28
sabres of the 4th Fighter-In-
terceptor Wing in the dogfight
swirling from 35,000 feet down
to 5,000 feet and back up a-
gain.
No sooner had he destroyed
one enemy plane than he spot-
ted another numerically super-
ior formation of Reds prepar-
ing to attack a flight of Sabres
already engaged In battle.
"Although low on fuel, alone,
with one tank still on, and out-
numbered six to one, Capt. Ja-
bara dauntleasly flew Into their
midst, exposing himself to their
fire in order to divert them
from their objective," the cita-
tion said.
"It sounded like popcorn
popping around me." Jabara
said today when asked what It
was like while the Reds were
on his tall shooting at him. .
His plane was so out of bal-
ance with one wing tank on
and one off that, he had to
use bpth hands on the stick to
control It. And the battle was
so rough he said today he still
felt like he bad played four
full quarters dt football.
"You have to get the breaks.'
Jabara said. "You have to be
at the right place at the right
time. If you get the breaks,
you come out ahead."
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We have just unpicked a Gorgeous Collection of
BAGS
Each and every one of bur hand-
some new HANDBAGS makes an
important fashion contribution
to your appearance I
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100 Central Avenue
tlonal operations would be de-
cisive, and we do not think they
would b? decisive.
"They mioht help a little bit.
but to offset that you run the
risk of opening up World War
IIL"
Bradley also testified:
1) The Korean fighting Is 'not
entirely a stalemate" because.
U.N. forces still have room to
"maneuver" and are "Inflicting
severe punishment" on the ene-
my. A stalemate, in the military
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT OAUT NEWSPAPER
THITRSDAT. MAT M, !51
Pacific Little League Series Finale Tonigh
The major, have just gone through their annual takrfown.
This in not a nefarious practice of the kind you might expect Mr.
Frank Costello to be identified with. It's a mandatory process by
which all clubs must conform to the player limit of * >".
To make room for talent deemed more desirable, the washcd-
UP veteran, the pea-green youngster and the repeated failure are
turned out to graze in other pastures. Thus we find among the
IwThly dtparted such as Joe Page, Jack Kramer and Steve Bllko.
To consider their problems In the order named; ,,.,
At 33 Page is probably through. The convivial left-hander
didn't have It last season and. off bis work, admitted y scanty,
there was no reason to belirve he could win this year. It Is not like
Page to have two unprepossessing campaigns In a row. Any more
thai! it is his custom to put two attractive ones together. One year
he'd lose, then next he'd win. Thats his history.
Page had two remarkable years with the Yankees both in re-
lief In '47 he was the biggest single factor in their championship
success Next vear he was characteristically mediocre. In '49 he was
gain tremendous as his mates racked up another title. Though
Kit formally recognised, he was the most valuable player lrt the
1**gHis 3 pitching chores a 185 000 contract, highest ever paid to a Yankee elbower and as
a consequence relief work, previously scorned by the better art-
kts took on added distinction and a new pay check value. But
last year he skidded again. For the first time he complained of
ore arm. Now he's back in the minors. It may be we ve seen the
last of bim. ,
A SPURIOUS SLAB LEADER
Kramer came to the Giants from the Boston Red 8ox in a cash
' transaction of no considerable sise. There seems to exist among
managers a dreamy hope that if a pitcher can't win in the one
leaeue he may in the other. Kramer had had one winning season
with the Red Sox. In '48 he led the league In won and lost rat-
'. lngs 18 and 5. There were expressions of surprise when he failed
to pitch even .500 ball the next season ___
' There needn't have been. Kramer's figures were deceptive. His
! eamed-run record, a truer yardstick of pitching ability, was the
worst in the league. This was unique, and I wonder if any pitcher
I twtr before led in the one category and trailed In the other. The
xplanation was not elusive. The Red Sox hitters averaged 8.5 runs
In the 18 games Kramer pitched. With that sort of support old Cy
' Young could still win. __
Kramer wasn't an authentic big leaguer, anyhow. He demon-
' strated that when he Joined the Giants. Ignoring the obvious fact
that he had been a spurious winnerwhich even the sluggish
' Giants' front office must have suspectedhe turned his wrath on
' his manager. Joe McCarthy.. ."A small time and trivial manager
who was whollv responsible for the Red Sox failure.
Kramer had come to the Red Sox from the Browns In a 47
winter deal along with Vern Stephensone of those deals the Bos-
' ton people come up with almost annually. They don't seem to do
much good, either. The Qiants got little out of Kramer and prob-
ibiy remember him most for his extensive wardrobe, which prov-
ed vastly more blinding than his fast ball.
THIS WAS TOO MUCH FOR DYER
' Bllko may get another crack at the majors, though this Is his
gecond consecutive failure. He's still young. Without design he
personified the fate that lay ahead for Eddie Dyer as manager of
*ie Cardinals. This was a year ago last spring. To Fred Saigh, the
>ew owner and a neophyte in baseball. Bllko was "another Jonn-
And In slae. he was. because he reported with an enormous
amount of excess blubber, acquired, as he Ingenuously admitted,
by eating everything his new mother-in-law put before him ..
"I wanted her to be happy ."..It was plain to the practiced eye
tat Bllko. even at weight, didn't have It and it was a real question
But Dyer trying to adjust himself to a difficult situation, went
Song with the amiable oaf knowing that in time even Saigh would
convinced. Bllko had come' Up from Rochester. I was on the
bench with Dyer the day he learned Bllko had arranged, on his
own to return. He had renewed the lease on his Rochester apart-
ment. It was the closest I ever saw the mannerly Texan blow his
"And I'm expected to make a big leaguer of that kind of play-
er!" he screamed. ,
Bllko was not Dyers only problem that spring. Saigh had also
turne* Danny Oardella over to him. Nobody could have been
startled when Dyer called It quits at the end of the season. At last
reports he had a soft job. He was making silk purses out of sows'
ears._______________________________________________________
Battlefield To Get Tested
For Distance In 'Withers'
Dodgers Keep Up Hitting Spree
With 11-4 Win Over Pirates
Hodges, Cox
Blast Homers
Br UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, May .24. -
Dodgers went on another
hit spree and swept to
The
base
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By UNITED PRESS

Most of the top three-year-
olds have gathered at the New
York track for the June 16 run-
nlng of the $100.000 Belmont
Stakes.
The Vlrglnla-bred "Bold," win-
ner of the Preakness last Satur-
day, and Kentucky Derby winner
Count Turf" are expected to
hook up" in the third leg of the
Triple Crown. Bold arrived at
Belmont yesterday.
"He's not eligible for the Wlth-
' er's Mile on Saturday." says
i trainer Preston Burch. "we we'll
\ have to look around for an over-
, night allowance race for him."
Count Turf has recovered com-
! pletely from a recent coughing
r spell but trainer Sol Rutchick
' aays he will not start him in the
! Withers.
"The time is too short.' ex-
| plains Rutchick. He's not ready
for a race yet."
Count Turf probably will go In
the Peter Pan Handicap on June
8, the final tune-up for the Bel-
mont Stakes.
"Battlefield." the juvenile
champion of last year, stepped
Into the Belmont picture with
an impressive win Tuesday in
the Garden City Purse at New
York.
Eddie Arcaro rode Battlefield
and admitted the George Wlden-
er colt looked "mighty sharp."
Arcaro Is under verbal agreement
to ride Battlefield in the Belmont
although he would like to handle
Bold in the mile and one-half
grind.
"We should find out Saturday
if Battlefield can run a distance
hi the Withers Mile." says Eddie.
It will be the first time In his
career that Battlefield will be
asked to go more than seven
furtongs.
fourth straight victory
resounding 16-hlt 11-4 win over
the Pirates In Plttsurgh last
night. '
The triumph was sparked by
Gil Hodges 14th homer and Bil-
ly Cox's grand slam homer and
lifted the Dodgers to a two-
and-a-half game lead in the
National League, Dodger pitch-
er Don Newcombe coasted to
his fourth victory and third
complete game of the season.
The Oiants nosed out the Cubs
2-1 at Chicago as Sal Maglle scor-
ed his sixth consecutive victory,
the Cards beat the Braves 8-5 at
St Louis and the Reds defeated
the Phillies and Jim Konstanty
4-3 in ten-innings in a Cincin-
nati night game In other Na-
tional League contests.
The Red Sox swarmed all over
the Browns 12-0 at Boston be-
hind Mel Parnell's four-hitter in
the only American League game.
Rain halted the Yankee-Tiger
afternoon game at the Yankee
Stadium with the Tigers leading
7-3 in the fourth inning and com-
pletely washed out the scheduled
night games between the White
Sox and the Senators and the
Indians and Athletics.
The Cubs' Paul Minner made
one bad pitch which cost him a
fin* four-hit pltchlniper-
formance when the Giants
Monte irvln parked It In the
left field bleacher to give
Maglle a 2-0 cushion. Mage
allowed ten hits but nine were
singles. ...
The Cardinals tagged the
Braves' Max 8urkont with his
second loss by putting over four
runs in the fourth on a two-run
double by Nippy Jones another
double by Joe Garagiola and a
single by BUly Johnson then
adding two more in the sixth.
Rookie Tom Poholsky received
credit for his third win although
Ted Wllks and Max Lanler were
called on to halt a two-run Braye
rally in the ninth. .
Ted Kluszewskl's single capped
a two-run tenth inning rally
that enabled the Reds to shade
the Phillies after Dick Staler s
homer In the top of the tenth
had apparently won the game for
the Phils.
Bobby Adams, Connie Ryan
and Johnny Wyrlstek singled to
shove over the tying run at Kon-
stanty's expense and brought in
Robin Roberts with only one out.
Roberts retired Joe Adcock but
Klussewskl then delivered the
game winning blow.
The Tletery snapped a four-
game Red losing streak and
marked Konstanty's fourth
loss of the season. Philly 'Man-
ager Sawyer went all out for
the victory to bring his club
back to the 500 level, but even
Roberts could not pull It out.
Lou Boudreau and Vern Ste-
phens drove in four runs each
and ParneU had a perfect day
with four straight hits as the Red
Sox won their third straight game
and the Browns lost their sixth
In a row.
Ted Williams drew five walks
only one short Of the Amer-
ican League record as the Red
Sox made merry at the expense
of four pitchers. Vern Stephens
had ten assists to tie the Amer-
ican League record for assists by
a third baseman.
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ANSWERS THREAT WITH BATJackie Robinson relaxes In his Cincinnati hotel room, after the
Brooklyn Dod""r second baseman answered letters threatening hit life by pounding out a home
ran to lead his teammates to two wins over the Reds. At right Is a copy o the letter received
by Warren Giles, president of the Rets. FBI men and local police were on hand, but there was
no trouble. ____________ .__________________________,_______________-------
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Catalog Kids Score 2-1
Victory To Even Playoff
Sears Catalog Kids came from behind and defeated the Cu
rundu ( ouncilroen last night under the lights at the Balboa Sta-
dium befare another large and eatbasiaUe crowd.
It was another close game, the Kids winning bv score ef 2-1.
Sears gained sweet revenge against Richie Harden, who prior te
this game did not allow a single hit for ene and a half games
he faced the Catalog Kids.
Last night Hay den started off as If he was going to repeat
the no hit performance, but in the fifth the first batter, Jimmle
Watson tagged a lung double over the rightflelder's head and be-
fore the Inning was over Ronnie Mead gained a single, and Sears
scored two runs to ge ahead.
Before this inning Curando scored in the third en two base
n balls and a double by Harden, and the way Harden was hurl-
ing the one run looked bigger than ever.
Per the Seare Catalog Kids, Freddie Bruhn pitched a master-
ful game, setting down ne legs than 13 Couneilmen via the strike-
out route. He was especially teugh In the pinches.
In the second inning Ischudy was safe on an error by Wen-
klosky and Jones followed up with a clean single to left, and with
two on and no ene ont, Bruhn proceeded to strikeout the next
three betters, Winford, Chassin and Steddart.
In the fifth with two en, Hayden was purposely passed te
get at Tnhudr, who went down en three biasing fast balls.
The game was sparkled with daring base running, good field-
ing and close decisione. Bobby Best at shortstop had seven as-
sists without a boot, plus the fact that he had three petout.
With Sears winning, tonight weather permitting, the final
game of the series will be olayed under the lights at Balboa Sta-
dium at 7.15. If the last two games are any indication, another
banner crowd will be en hand and another hard fought contegt
will be witnessed.
Fat Purses Drawing Williams
Into Welterweight Division
By United Pre
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Washington.
Detroit at New York.
St. Louis at Boston.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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Chicago 000 000 010-1 10
Maglie (6-2) and Westrum.
Minner (2-S) and Walker.
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Cincinnati 000 002 00024 11 0
lleintielman, Konstanty, Rob-
erts (4-4) and Seminlck. Rams-
dell (3-4), Pramesa and Howell.
'Y' Hoop League
The Balboa Armed Services
Y. M. C. A. Warm-Up Basketball
League tonight will consist of
three games. At 6:30 p.m. Bat-
tery "C" 764th will be matched
with 37th Engineers.
First place will be at stake
when the 5700th M. & 8. Squad-
ron plays 5700th A. B. G. at 7:45
p.m. This should be one of the
best Raines of the league sched-
ule, as keen rivalry exist between
both outfits.
At 9:00 n.m. A. A. C. S. will try
and get back Into the win col-
umn when they meet U. 8. Army
Hospital. Both teams have lost
only one game to date.
Last night Special Troops lost
a thriller to 5700th A. B. G. 47-
46. West Band defeated AACS in
another close contest. The pub-
lic is cordially invited. There is
no admission fee.
Fight Dope
By I'NITKI) PRESS
Light Heavyweight Champion
Joey Maxim of Cleveland says he
is ready to step into the ring
against Ezzard Charles on Me-
morial Day in their heavyweight
title bout at Chicago.
Maxim Is only one pound over
the ISO he expects to scale for
Charles. While Maxim trains,
manager Jack Reams explains
the three split decisions his
fighter lost to Charles.
"In even one of those fights.'
says Keams, 'the referee ave
St. Louis
Boston
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Detroit at New York.
(Postponed, rain).
(Night Game)
Brooklyn 11, Pittsburgh 4.
FBI To Investigate
Sports Telecasting
And Broadcasting
WASHINGTON. The F.BL
will Investigate the present set-
up of broadcasting and telecast-
ing professional baseball and
other pro and amateur sports.
Attorney General McGrath lias
directed the inquiry to determine
whether illegal restraints have
been imposed against the broad-
casts.
Under current practices, a
Major League game may not be
broadcast In the home area of
a Minor League team while the
smaller club Is playing a game.
Regulations also have been
applied by the clubs for the "re-
creation" of games on the radio,
simulated baseball broadcasts
and televising contests.
The Investigation ordered by
McGrath yesterday U expected
to last 30 to 60 days. At the end
of that time, the Justice Depart-
ment will decide whether Illegal
restraints exist and whether
anti-trust action is necessary.
Professional baseball and the
Justice Department have had a
truce since October, 1949 and
durlnR this time the Industry has
been given the opportunity to
eliminate any Illegal restraints.
The department has watched
baseball's activities during this
period in the selling of rights to
radio and T-V stations.
the decision to Maxim. Lf they
had been fighting In such states
as New Jersey where only a re-
feree gives a decision. Joey would
have won all three."
Maxim promises plenty of ac-
tion.
"I'm going to knock Charles
out." says Joey, "or get knocked
out in the fight."
Cleveland at .Washington.
(Postponed, rain).
Chicago at Philadelphia.
(Postponed, rain).
USARCARlF
Track Trials
Held A! Balboa
Track and Field preliminaries
for the USARCARIB (Panama
Area) were completed Wednes-
day, at the Balboa Stadium, Bal-
boa, C. Z. Competition was keen
and the larger number of en-
trants provided many thrilling
moments during the elimination
heats.
Highlight of the afternoon, was
the second heat of the 880 yard
run. Alamo-Gonzalez of the 504th
Field Artillery Battalion had
been maintaining an early twenty
foot lead. Toward the last, in the
east section of track; Lewis of
Uorosal began to lengthen his
stride. 100 yards from the finish,
the distance between leaders
closed up as Lewis seriously chal-
lenged Alamo-Gonzalei for the
lead. Eighty feet from the tape.
Lewis sailed ahead and romped
home winner, 3/10th second
ahead df Alamo-Gonzales.
Only preliminary event to be
postponed was the one mile run.
which will be held Saturday night
when new marks are expected
for the finis at Balboa Stadium.
Band music will be provided
by the 71st Army Band, under
the direction of WOJG Thomas
B. Golder.
Best times and marks for the
events are as follows:
440 Yard Runs 55.2 Centeno
(504th Field Arty Bn.i.
100 Yard Dash 11.0 Jones '33rd
Inf. Regiment'.
120 Yard High Hurdles 18.2
Jones <33rd Inf. Regiment'.
880 Yard Run 2:36.6 Lewis roaal).
220 Yard Dash 24.4 Jones '33rd
Inf. Regiment i.
880 Yard Relay 1:43.3 Team
from 504th Field Arty Bn.'.
High Jump 5766 McGulre
(33rd Inf.'.
Discus 122'4 Rosarlo-Rodrlguez
(504th Field Artillery Bni.
Shot Put 44' Rosario-Rodriguei
(504th Field Arty Ban.'.
Javelin 180'4'a' Romero (At-
lantic Sector'. {
Broad Jump 20'5'j Figueroa-
Santana (604th Field Artillery
Bn.).
A gala Memorial Day swim has
been set for the Balboa Pool.
A total of 31 events have been
scheduled and the outstanding
swimmers In both the Canal Zone
and Panama are expected to
participate.
Numerous awards will be pre-
sented to the winners, foremost
among them being trophies do-
nated by the Knights of Co-
lumbus and the Elks Lodge. -
Prises have been contributed
bv Dodge-DeSoto, Smoot-Pare-
des, and Casa Chesterfield,
among other commercial firms
from Panama.
The K. of C. trophy will be
awarded to the winner of the
200-meter event for ladles while
the Elks trophy will go to the
victor In the 800-meter men's
swim.
The meet will get under way
at 2:30 p.m. Order of events fol-
lows,:
1. 50 mtr. Breast stroke, wo-
men, unlimited.
2. 40 mtr.Free style, boys 14
years.
3. 20 mtr.Free style, boys 6
years.
4. 20 mtr.Free style .glrls 6
years.
5. 20 mtr.Free style, boys 8
years.
6. 20 mtrl-Yee style, girls 8
yearY
7. 40 mtr.Free style, boys 12
years.
8. 40 mtr.Free Style, girls 12
years.
9. 20 mtr.Free style, boys 7
years.
10. 20 mtr.Free style, girls 7
years.
11. 20 mtr.---Free style, boys 11
years.
12. 20 mtr.-t-rree style, girls 11
years.
13. 50 mtr.Breast stroke, boys
14 years.
14. C. Z. 200 mt.Free style,
championship, wo-
men.
15. (Knights of Columbus Tro-
phy).
15. 100 mtr.Free style for no-
vice, boys.
16. C. Z. 200 mtr.Free style,
championship,
men.
'Elks Ledge Tro-
phy i.
17. 20 mtr.-
The lure of fatter purses 1
drawing Lightweight champion
Ike Williams into the heavier
welterweight class.
Williams says he doesn't have
any trouble making the light-
weight limit of 135 pounds, he
Just wants to turn welterweight,
because there's more good oppo-
sition in that class now than In
his own division. "And," the
llghewelght king adds, good op-
position means good money."
Williams makes his first de-
fense of the lightweight crown
since December of 1949 this Fri-
day night at New York's Madison
Square Oarden against James
Carter.
"A lot of folks been crltlclilng
me." says Williams, "because this
will be my first defense in about
17 months.
"I been wanting to defend all
along." says Ike. "But I'm cham-
pion and the challenger don't
Free style, boys 9
years.
Free style, girls 9
years.
-Individual medley,
novice boys.
40 mtr.Breast stroke, boys
12 years.
40 mtr.Breast stroke, girls
12 years.
100 mtr.Back stroke wo-
men.
20 mtr.Free style, boys 10
years.
20 mtr.Free style, girls 10
years.
40 mtr.Back stroke,
12 years.
40 mtr.r-Back stroke,
12 years.
20 mtr.Bacic stroke,
-, 10ears.
20 mtrBack stroke,
l, 10 years.
50 mtr -women's free style
Free style, relay, boys 14
years. 4 x 40.
Free style, relay, girls
years. 4 x 40.
18. 20 mtr
19. 120 mtr-
30.
21.
22.
23.
24.
35.
26.
27.
u.
29.
30
31.
boys
girls
boys
girls
14
WORDS FIGHT CANCER
The American Cancer Society
In a natlon-v\de program to
teach that early cancer Is curable
distributed 3,130,000 pamphlets,
posters and other printed mate-
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Bducatlon can help save a third
of the 210.000 annual cancer vic-
tims Support i4> 1951 Cancer
Crusade, '
Sports Briefs
By UNITED PRESS
The Calumet two-some of "Ci-
tation" and "Coaltown" heads
the list of nominations for the
Memorial Day $25,000 Argonaut
Handicap at Hollywood Park. Ci-
tation leads the all-time money
winners with $938,000...
Former Major League pitcher
Earl Caldwell has been named
acting manager of Harllngen in
the Gulf Coast League. The 46-
year-old Caldwell once pitched
for the Chicago White Sox, St.
Louis Browns and Boston Red
ox...
Head Football Coach George
Vest of Southwest Texas State
Teachers has resigned to go Into
private business. He is succeeded
By Basketball Coach Milton
lowers...
Governor Frederick Payne of
Maine has signed a bill barring
night flat racing In that state
after August 19. The only flat
racing track In Maine Is Scar-
borough Downs...
Handlers say the fouryear-old
"Your Host'' Is on his way to re-
covery and definitely will stand
at stud. It had seemed Your Host
would have to be destroyed after
snapping a bone in his right
foreleg.
Basketball Officials
Meet At Cristobal
YMCA Tomorrow PM.
The Atlantic Side board ef
the National Association of
Basketball Officials will meet
in the Cristobal Armed Ser-
vices YMCA at 7 p.m. tomorrow.
It Is an open meeting. All In-
terested in basketball officiat-
ing are invite
want to give me the champion's
cut.
"Take that Aragn," continued
Williams, "he kept Insisting he
get the same percentage as me."
World Flyweight Champion
Dado Marino of Honolulu has
won a 10-round, non-title bout
from Yoshio Shlral, Japanese
flyweight champ. There were no
knockdowns, and Marino's show
lng as a disappointment to Jap-
anese sport writers who picked
him to win by a knockout.
Light heavyweight Champ
Joey Maxim, and Heavy King Ez-
zard Charles who fight for the
big title May 30. swing into their
final days of training at Chica-
go. Maxim has been lmpres onlookers with his new found
punch. Classed as a light hk.er,
Maxim has developed a jolting
left, and a potent right.
Charles has curtailed his train I
lng In an effort to keep from go- |
inn stale. The hea vy weigh j
champ has reduced his roadwor*
from five miles Uo. a leisurely
walk, after tiring In the final two]
rounds of a scheduled five round '
boxing drill.
In London, Promoter Jack Sol-
omons says he's angling for a
match between Middleweight
Champ Ray Robinson and Ran-
dolph Turpln. Solomons Is re-
ported ready to pay Robinson
$56.000 to meet the British chamo
in London. July 10. Sugar Ray 19
on a European tour.
Robinson's manager. George
Gainsford. says Robby wants to
meet all the middleweight chal-
lengers, and then move up to the
light-heavyweight division.
PEOPLE WHO
NEED IRON
Find New Convenan Tablet rera
luctHHi Energy, Knrlches Blo.
Make* Tlitm '!, Lock aa*
At! Vtaxi Viui|cr
Men and woman, narvous and fretful.
otily upaat .and often fatigued, new:
plenty of Iron, and the looner thev
heed ihlj advice the better their heahh
will be.
In every one of the milllona of celia
Oiat make Up your body, Iru* playa an
Important part.
Your narvoua ayataen. your blood. In
fact your whole body, muat have a fuf-
flclent supply of iron, or wearlneaa, ner-
vouaneaa and a general run-down con-
dition la aura to raault.
Bis man of affair mighty men who
control lndtuu-lea becauae of sheer will
power and nervous force, know this. or.
If they don't, are clever enough to have
a physician who does.
Ferrlsan the new combination of
Iron and other strength producen as
dispensed at drug store. Is a necessity
to over eg per cent, ef men and women,
because preaent day food do nex contain
enough Iron to 0t* the body the eup-
ply It needs. .
To all men and woman who are weak,
thin, nervous, timid and lacking in vigor-
1 o-is development Fs*T!j*n Is recowunend-
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THURSDAY, MAY 14. 19S1
J~ TH PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PACiE PIY
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C08TA RICAN EMBASSY IN PANAMA SCENE OP
BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN SUNDAY
The Ambassador of Cost Rlcn to Puna and Mrs Alfonso
Guam... Len entertained > ironp of <*Mn Ki_*S5
Sandav at the Embassy to celebrate the birthday anniversaries
al their children, Alfonsito and Margarita. _
Dinner Party to Honor
Governor and Mrs. Newcomer
The commanding general Uni-
ted States Army Caribbean and
Mrs. RayE. Porter will entertain
at dinner In honor of the Gover-
nor of The Panama Canal and
Mrs. Francis K. Newcomer to-
morrow evening at their quarters
at Port Amador.
Rev. and Mrs. Smith Honored
on Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell T. 8ml I
gave a small reception at their
home In Balboa Monday evening
for hi* parents. Rev, and Mrs.
[JACOIY ON IRIMI
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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house guests. The party celebra-
ted the 48th anniversary of Rev.
and Mrs. Smith's wedding. Most
of their married life has be/n
spent In Chile where they were
missionaries.
Assisting the hosteu was Mrs.
R. T. Toone. Others Invited in-
cluded Mr. Toone. Rev. and Mrs.
Alexander Shaw. Mrs. Marlon
Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Earl Balto-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Piper.
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. George Muller,
and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Klotz.
Dinner Given
at Hotel Tlvoll
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence John-
son who are sailing Saturday to
spend the summer In California,
were the guests of honor at a din-
ner given at the Hotel Tlvoll last
night bv Mr. and Mrs. Subert
Turbyflll.
With the honor guests they en-
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Roger O.
Hackett. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd E.
Esspr and Mr. and Mrs. George
O. Lee.
Pass
Fait
Opening lesd4> I
When Sam Fry, Jr., and Peter
Leventritt won the Eastern
States pair championship recent-
ly they showed that teaching or-
thodox bidding methods at the
Card School hasn't made them
lorget how to hornswoggle their
opponents with a change of pace.
Sam held the North cards of
the hand shown today, and de-
cided to make a psychic bid of
one no-trump. Petes response
f two clubs was the Stayman
Convention, asking the opening
bidder to show a biddable major
If he had one.
"Is that Stayman?" asked West.
"Yep," said Pete. "Normal no-
trumps?" continued West. "Uh-
huh." nodded Pete.
Meanwhile. Fry tried not to
break out in a cold sweat. Leven-
tritt had no way of knowing that
the opening bid was a psychic, so
his answers to West's questions
were perfectly unsuspecting and
honest.
Eventually West passed, and
Fry passed with a dead pan. East
now realized that there was a
strong smell of herring In the air,
but he couldn't think of any safe
action to take. So he passed also,
and Leventritt found himself
playing the hand with two little
frumps in his own hand and
seven solid trumps In the dum-
my.
The defenders could have tak-
en four tricks in the red a'ults if
they had been quick about It. but
they got off to a poor start with a
trump lead. This gave Leventritt
a chance to draw two rounds of
tmmps and take the spade fin-
este. When this finesse held. Le-
ventritt won 10 tricks, for a top
core.
I sometimes wonder whether
the bovs teach all these fancy
tricks to their pupUs.
Miss Capwell Returning
from New York
Miss Kathleen Capwell. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cap-
well of Bella Vista, is expected to
return Monday aboard the SS
Panama from a short vacation
trip to the United States.
Despedida Given
at Quarry Heights
The officers and ladles of
Headquarters, Caribbean Com-
mand, held a despedida Tuesday
evening at the Quarry Heights
Officers Club for several officers
and their wives who are leaving
the Isthmus aoon. The honor
guests ware Colonel and Mrs.
Harry H. Jones. Colonel and Mrs.
Russell K. Brock and Command-
er and Mrs. Walter J. stencil.
Mr. and Mrs. Piper
Hosts at Dinner i
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Piper gave
a small dinner Tuesday evening
at their home in Balboa, compli-
menting their son and his wife
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Piper before
their departure for the United
States. They are sailing about
June 1. with their infant daugh-
ter, to spend the summer In Palo
Alto. California, where Mr. Piper
will do graduate work at Leland
Stanford Jr. University.
Returns from Lima
Arriving V*sterday by airplane
from Lima was Cate|ite Arauz,
Secretary of the Peruvian Em-
bassy In Panama, who has spent
the past several weeks on leave
In Peru.
Making Motor Trip
to California
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Yerkes
of Ancon and their sops, David
and Billy, will sail on the SS
Ancon Saturday to spend three
months vacation in the United
Stat fornia.
Reservations Close Tomorrow
for College Club Luncheon
All college women of the Isth-
mus are Invited to the Canal
Zone College Club's 8prlng Lun-
cheon to be held In the ballroom
of the Hotel Tlvoll Saturday at
12:30. Women who have complet-
ed one year of college work and
are Interested In Joining the club
.re urged to attend. Members of
the elub may invite guests.
Two scholarship girls will be
the guests of honor at the lun-
cheon, one the recipient of the
club's annual award to a grad-
uate of the Canal Zone Junior
colfege and the other, a High
Schol graduate who will receive
scholarship aid through the ef-
forts of the club. Dr. Roger C.
Hackett. Dean of the Canal Zone
Junior College, will be the guest
speaker.
Those planning to attend the
luncheon must make their reser-
vations by telephone not later
than 5 p.m. Friday with Mrs.
Greene. Balboa 2742, Mra. Brans-
tetter. Balboa 2358. Mrs. Brown,
Balboa 3072. Mrs. Sheckell, Pan-
ama 3-2553 or Mrs. Heldenreich,
CurunduHts.4104.
Recreation Program
Registration Tomorrow
. Registration for the Balboa
Summer Recreation Program will
be held tomorrow morning be-
ginning at 9:30 a.m. upstairs In
the Balboa Clubhouse. All Inter-
ested children from Coroial, Al-
brook, Diablo, the 15th Naval
District, Fort Amador, Quarry
Heights and Balboa are urged to
participate In this program.
WRECKAGE PYRAMIDThe locomotive of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Red Arrow Ex-
cess bound Detroit t New York has Its nose burled deep In the standing pas-
senger train into which It crashed in Bryn Mawr, Pa. Fifteen persons were killed and
5fl others Injured In wreck.
Meat, Automobile^ Homing
Purchase Controls Assailed
By Warren Duffee
Mrs. Ena Ellis
To Sail Sunday
Mrs. Ena Ellis, wife of R. T. El-
lis of the La Boca Junior High
School, will sail Sunday on the
Ancon for a summer vacation In
the United States.
While there she will attend the
graduation of her daughter. Lo-
dlana, from Boston University
and visit with relatives and
friends. 4
Mrs. Ellis, who expects to be
away for two months, will enroll
for summer classes at Boston
University.
Entertain at El Panama
Albert J. Redway and Robert G.
Holbrook of the Export-Import
Bank of Washington. DC. were
the guests of honor at a dinner
given last evening at Hotel El
Panama by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Elsenmann.
Visitor from Santa Clara
Mrs. John E. Da vies of San-
ta Clara la spending several days
in Balboa with Mrs. Marlon Lu-
cas.
Probe Virus As Cancer Causa
Investigators are studying vir-
uses as a possible cause of can-
cer. No proof yet exists that can-
cer in humans is caused by a vir-
us although a suspected cancer
virus has been found in chickens,
mice, rats and rabbits. The re-
lentless search for cancer's caus-
es Is being carried forward with
financial support from the Ame-
rican Cancer Society. Lend your
aid by giving to the 1951 Cancer
Crusade.
Arriving from New York
Mr. and Mrs. Crede C. Cal-
houn are expected to arrive from
New York within a few days a-
board the SS Cali to visit his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Crede H. Cal-
houn In Bella Vista.
Departure
Ralph Crane, photographer for
"Life," who has been at Hotel El
Panama for several days, left
yesterday bv airplane for New
York and Chicago.
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WASHINGTON. May 24, (UP)
The House Agriculture com-
mittee reopend Its Investiga-
tion of the beef price rollback
yesterday to "get all the facts"
and ordeied top price control
Officials to appear for ques-
tioning today.
Other economic developments
were; ,
1.) Former Senate Democra-1
tic Leader Scott W. Lucas, now
representing a group of auto-
mobile iluance companies, ac-
cused the Federal Reserve Board
of "arbitrary and capricious"
action in tightening automobile
installment buying curbs last
year. He testified before the
Senate Banking Committee.
2.) Officials of the Office.of
Price Stabilization said orders
probably will be Issued later
this week putting new ceilings
on many wholesale and retail
Items an- ending the general
price freeze. The orders will ap-
ply to stoves, refrigerators,
washing machines and a host
of other items. Separate or-
ders for wine, beer, liquor and
soft drinks will be issued later.
As for housing, the National
Association of Home Builders
told the Senate committee that
housing credit controls are
leading to another "serious"
home shortage.
Hairy Mopslck, Linden, N. J.,
representing tenant groups,
countered that "the real es-
tate lobby" still Is the "great-
est enemy of the American
home" and appealed for a
"constructive" housing pro-
gram, Including rent controls.
Lucas, who helped push the
Defense Production Act through
the Senate last year before his
defeat In the November elec-
tions, amid there waa no Justi-
fication for the Federal Reserve
Board's action In changing au-
tomobile credit terms to one-
third down and the balance in
16 months.
Korean Combat Lore
WiO Help Guide
R0TC Night Fighters
The Military II Sc III classes
of Balboa High School ROTC
will hold a night tactical pro-
blem tomorrow between 7 p.m.
and 9 p. m. on the athletic
fields between Roosevelt Road
and Oalllard Highway.
Blank ammunition will be fir-
ed during the course of the
problem.
The M-m cadets will be or-
ganized Into a rifle platoon to
attack the defense positions or-
ganized bv the M-li cadets.
The two classes will operate un-
der the command of student
leaders, and will use methods
learned In the classroom and as
far as possible, will apply les-
sons that have been learned by
small units in Korea.
I
MSTANT
COFFE*
IHADTO CONFESS
All my family likes good food,
and when something is espe-
cially tasty, they're unanimous
In their praise. Take the vege-
table soup that won their favor.
"Mmro, good!" they chorused. I
beamed, but I had to give credit
where credit was due. I told
them It waa Campbell's Vege-
table Soup. Father was amazed!
"To make this favorite soup
nutra delicious, extra nourish-
ing," I said, "Campbell'/cooks
mingle choice garden-fresh
vegetables, picked at the peak
of flavor, in a hearty, robust
beef stock! All I do ia add an
equal amount of water, beat
and serve."
Father winked: 'Almost a meal
in Itself!" he said.
Juvenile Gangster
Shoves Ma, Slugs
Deputy, In Court
COLUMBIA, 8.C.. May 24 (UP)
An 18-year-old Philadelphia
youth who had just been sen-
tenced to 18 years for robbery
pushed his sobbing mother and
slugged a deputy In an effort to
break out of a court room here
today.
Officers and court room spec-
tators quickly over-powered the
nattily dressed Norman B. Caa-
person, Jr., after his attempted
break while being led from the
court room.
His mother, who had come
from Philadelphia to plead for
her son, plucked at Casperson's
sleeve as he was led away from
sentencing by Judge O. Duncan
Bellinger. He pushed his mother
away and lunged for a door.
Deputy Sheriff Jake Clamp
tried to grab the youth and was
slugged on the face. A swarm of
persons over-powered Casperson
and brought him back to face
the judge. The youth then faint-
ed.
"I wish I had given him a stlf-
fer sentence," Bellinger said. "I
knew he was no good."
Caperson was sentenced on
three counts in connection with
a drug store robbery here in
March. He and a companion ad-
mitted they were members of a
Juvenile gang in Philadelphia.
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THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, MAT U, 1S51
The More You Tell The Quicker You Sell!
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum toi
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word.
Tor sale
Household
LEWIS SERVICE
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HIE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. &} "H" Sucti PanaaaS
No ILITI Ooiral Aye Co Ma
MUST SELL by Thursday. 7 1-2
25 cycle 41-2 years old Sal-
vador refrioarator. $75. De Luxe
Easy washer 25 cycle. 6 months
old. $150.. Both excellent shop.
Gaviln Rd. 1550 K, phont 2-
6350.________________
.FOR SALE:7 cu. ft. Frigidaire 25
cycle, box In good condition, New
. unit. $85.00 cash. Phone 3-2573.
House 53 Cristobal._______________
FOR SALE:Box spring, like new.
twin size. Coll 83-5153. lArmy)
of tar 4:30.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALI: 1949 Fare) Cutter*
Club Coup, freer, leather ut>-
heUtery, aood tirci, $400 dawn
payment. COLFAN MOTORS INC..
Yaar FORD. MIRCURY and LIN-
COLN Dealer. Automebil row.
FOR SALE:1948 Studeboker Com-
mander, tour- door sedan. with
rodib end extra tire. Con be fin-
onced. Coll 82-2194 or house
566- B, Curundu Heights.
fOR SALE:___Mohooony Dining-Liv-
ing and Bedroom sets in excel-
lent condition. Coll 3-1975 from
2 to 5 p. m._____
- Westinghouse Refri-
cycle. 20 months old.
Excellent condition. 5520-A, Haines
Street. Diablo. _____
FOR SALE: -
gerator, 25
FOR SALE:9 Ft. Westinghouse re-
frigerator, 25 cycle. 2 1-2 Yr.
old. 1-2 original cost. 94-B. New
'Cristobal. 6th. St.
FOR SALE:Leaving. Chest of draw-
ers with mirror. $10.00: vanity,
with' three mirrors, $15.00;
' eofa, two chairs, two rocking choirs
mohogany center table $20.00.
Good condition. No. 13, 46th. St.
apartment No. 4. ^_________
FOR- SALE: Electric sewing mo-
cnlne with all attochments. $150;
GE Rodio-Victrola combination,
$250; single bed complete, $10;
table lamps; Royol typewriter,
$95; cotton mottress, $5," folding
' thoir, bed spreads, kitchen cur-
Mains. Must sell by Moy 26. 2-
.1605; 5727-A. Diablo Heights.
-after 4:00 p. m. __________
FOR SALE: Uoving. 25-cycle
Westinghouse, 9 Ft. refrigerator,
25-cycle, G. E. woshlng machine,
.5" x 8" Belgian rug. Desk, os-
larted Fiesta Dishes. Witt. 8045-
' A. Margarita, opposite commissary.
FOR SALE:Chest of drawers. 1950
Kenmore automatic washer. 60
cycle. Machine, new. Apply house
II-A,
New Cristobal.
FOR, SALE: Coldspot refrigerator.
. with-Norg unit, needs minor re-
pair. 25 cycle. $25.00, 1483-A.
Cohrman St.. Balboo. onytime.
Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced English
and Spanish stenographer. Write
giving age, experience, etc. En-
close small photograph. Box 155.
' Panama.
WANTED:Young man or woman
with 2 to 3 yeors experience in
office work. Write giving age, ex-
perience etc. Enclose smoll pho-
I togroph. Address Apartado 155,
. .Panama.
.WANTED: Experienced mole ac-
countant for locol retail and
wholesale Brqnch of large Amer-
ican Company. Requirements:
Ponamonion citizenship, good
education, at leost five years prac-
tical experience, fluent knowledge
of Spanish and English. Write P.
O. Box 51 1 Ponomo.
WANTED: Experience and com-
petent beauty operator. Steady em-
ployment for right person. Coll
Ft. Clayton 87-4130. ^^^^
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY3 ba-ber chairs,
second hond. in good condition
and at a good price, telephone
Panamo 3-4178 or Colon 864.
FOR SALE: 1947 International I
* ton Ponel Delivery Truck In
good condition. Contact Braniff
Airways, Tivoli Avenue No. 18,
or coll Panama 2-2102 during
office hours.
FOR SALE:1950 Ferd De Luxe 2-
dooi don, cater gray, law mi-
leage; food tira. An outstanding
buy. Only $465 dawn payment.
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. your
your FORD, MIRCURY ana' LIN-
COLN Dealer, en Automobile raw.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 1949
Dynoflow, two door sedan. In
extremely good condition, with
white wall tires and seat covers.
Call 3-1975 from 2 to 5 p. m.
FOR SALE:1950 Hillman Sedan,
black, low miieoge. Very clean,
$1.100. Phone 25-3400. onytime.
FOR SALI:1949 Feed De Luxe 2
dear sedan, teenirat green, goad
tir. $390 dawn payment. Thia
car ii eteel. COLFAN MOTORS
INC.. your FORD. MERCURY and
LINCOLN Dealer, en automebil
raw.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 2-door
sedan De Luxe. Excellent condi-
tion. Best offer over $1,500.
House 5620 "C" Diablo", Tel. 2-
3662.
FOR SALE:1949 Ferd Cwttem Da
Luxe Ferder aadan, 6 cylinder,
birch gray, good tiras. $398 down
peyment. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
yaur FORD, MERCURY and LIN-
COLN dealer, an automobile raw.
FOR SALE:1948 Oldsmobile Se-
dan A-l condition, low miieoge.
A real bargain for your money.
Come and see it. Panama Auto, S.
A.
MISCELLANEOUS
De yea ho a drinking problem.'
Write Alcoholic Anonymeu
Bo. 2031 Aneen. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enomels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon, Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE: Aquarium supplies.
Aquarium fish and plants. o. I I
Vio Espoo. opposite Juan Fran-
co stobles. Phone 3-4132:
RESORTS
House ON REACH at Santa Clora.
Also mountain top home at CERRO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNEL.
Balboo 2820 or see caretaker
there.
Gramlich's Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottoget. Electric ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Villiams Santa Clara Beoch Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric retngerq-
tlon Rockgos ranges. Phone Bal-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR SALE:One Sioux Valve Re-
faclng Machine, one battery charg-
er, 60 cycle. 4th ol July Avenue
No. 71. 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
FOR SALE:Cocker pups, 6' weeks
old AKC. Registered. Coll 86-
6223 or see at Qtrs. 53-B. Albrook.
FOR SALE:40 Ft. boor, Diesel en-
gine. Perfect condition. Propellers,
various sizes. Cyprus lumber and
building material. Dodge \\' ton
pick-up, good condition. Ford V-
8 '37. Four wheel trailer and 2
wheel trailer. Philco radio, I 1 tube.
Phone 4-329. House 330-H. Pe-
dro Miguel.
FOR SALE: Lorge Herring safe,
cheap. Coll National City Bank,
Cristobal. Telephone 3-1205.
FOR SALE: Used piano in gaad
condition. Sea it..play it.. Call
Cali* 1400.
Methera. JUMPING-JACK Shoes for
children give young feet the right
start, from the cradle to 4 yeors,
sold exclusively at BABYLANDIA.
No. 39 43rd Street. ("If it's
for the Baby, we have it.")
CANASTA FANS!! Get your new
kits, covers, scorers while they
lost, at rockbottom prices. Hosmo.
Via Espaa.
Phillies. Beach cottages, Sonto Clora
Box number 435. Balboo. Phone
Panam 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673._______________________________
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot^ with 1000 meters of
lown and" gorden Three bedrooms
.with twe bathrooms, two servants
quorters with servants bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom. parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla ond Panama Golf Club.
Available for one yeor. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom chalet, two
bathrooms, garage, garden, Via
Porros No. 81. For information In-
quire No. 8, 18th Street, San
Francisco.
FOR RENT:Tiny, clean "Honey-
moon Cottage" in wonderful cli-
mote. Three people. Country-style
comforts. For vacation or retired
employes. Privocy. Write or send
telegram to Fritz Marti, El Volcan,
Chiriqui, Ponami.
FOR SALE1946 Buick Reedmeirer.
geed tire, celar grey, cloth ap-
helaren/. Only $330 dawn aay-
mant. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
yaur FORD, MERCURY and LIN-
COLN deelar, en automobile row.
Help Wonted
.WANTED:Woman for light clean-
ing>-cooking. Apply 45 Front Street.
WANTED:Good cook with experi-
ence. Must do the shopping. Pre-
ferable sleep in. Apply No. 81,
'Adjopuerto.
LESSONS
FOR SALE: 1950 Rocket "98'
Oldsmobile. .Good tires, low mi-
leage, almost new. Can be finan-
ced. Panoma Auto, S. A.
FOR SALE: Pockord 1948, good
tires, good condition. Finance
available. Come and see it. Pan-
ama Auto, S. A.
FOR SALE:194S Kaiser, color ten.
seat cavers, radio, with ana visar,
gaad tire*. $295 down paynaant.
COLPAN MOTORS INC.. yaur
FORD, MERCURY gnd LINCOLN
dealer, an automebil raw.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Convertible.
Top overage. Radio. Best offer
over $1.400. Call Navy 2315, be-
tween, 3:30 6.00 p. m.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford. 2 Door
Custom, 19.000 miles, $950.00.
Call 86-6223 or 864256. Albnok.
FOR SALE:-I949 Cadillac 62'IT
don, 27.000 miles, hydramotic. ra-
dio, white wall tires, seat-covers,
gray, $2.400.00. Con be seen ot
163 Central Avenue (Station
Square).
FOR SALE:1940 Four Door Pack-
ard, cheap. 513-D, Coci.
FOR SALE:1947 Ford Tudor Six
Cyl. 29,000 miles, $700. Phone
Hoffman. Balboa 1707. House
0423-A. Ancn.
FORS ALE:Seamless Plastic Lomp-
shades ideol for the Tropics
washable and duroble wide as-
sortment of shades and sizes
sacrifice prices'. Hosmo-Frigidaire,
Via Espaa.
FOR SALE:Electric 'Singer Sewing
Machine. Cabinet model, stool,
sewing cabinet, $150.00. Full
length mirror, $8.00. Baby Bed
$25.00. 703-B. Curundu 83-7249.
FINAL SALE AT PACIFIC SAILFISH
CLUI
Following item are left: 3 raf riaar-
arari, work tablet, cellepiible ban-
quet teblet, electric ranges and bake
evens, electric coll urn, mls-
callanaous stems. (Came and leak).
Open Saturdey 9:00 a. m.
3:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:Tarpaulins and can-
vas. 2 sheets \W 4x12 feet mo-
sonite. 2 pieces 1 -4 inch 3x4
feet, Plexiglass, new. 60 ft. heavy
anchor chain. 4-329. House 330-
H, Pedro Miguel. Afternoons or
evenings.
FOR SALE: Custom console with
V-M 3 speed changer, amplifier,
radio, 25 cycle. Automotic toaster.
12" electric fan. 16 mm projector,
auto rodio, work bench, cabinet.
Radio parts, over 400 tubes. Vo-
lume controls, transformers, chokes,
resistors, condensers, speakers,
nook, upwire, test equipment. Soil
out prices! 474-B, tocoll.
LOST & FOUND
FOR SALE 1949 Ford Tudor 6 cyl.
metollic maroon $1,050. gooo
shope. 86-5106.
LexJrrv poise, grace, balance and sell
.--confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leove name, address, phone ot
desk Balboa YMCA or Box 106.
_Jialboa. Hornet! & Cunn.

We Hive Just Received:
Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles, in
mirror-finish, with 3-speecl
automatic record changer
and 9-band radio.
,VM and "ADMIRAL"
3 speed record changer
for modernizing your con-
soles.
a Fresh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers Also three speed
needles.
We also have table-model
radio phonograph combi-
nations.
CASH CREDIT CLUB
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223
Entrance to Encanto Theatre
FOR SALE:1948 Buick. four door
super. $1.300; 1941 Chevrolet,
two door, $300. Must sell by Moy
28. 2-1605; 5727-A, Dioblo
Heights after 4:00 p. m.
WANTED
Automobile*
WANTED: '31 er '50 Cadillac
"62." Fleetweod. Duty Free. 620-
I. Cocoli. 5 te 7 a. nt.
WANTED TO BUY:1940 to 1942
Sedan. Phone Coco Solo 743.
Wanted immediately
2 1950 Ferd Custom
4-dear Sedans
Duty Free
Gaad price if in A-l condition'
COLPAN MOTORS. INC.
Year FORD MIRCURY LINCOLN
Doe let
On Automobile Row Panama
'Phone 2-1031
DID YOU FIND IT?
If net, you did net try us. We carry
trie largest and most complete lino
af MOTOROLA Custem Built car
radia*, radia parts end tubes. Wa
also carry e cheica assortment at
automobile eccessariet. Den't westa
precious tima shopping. Wa have
under one roof what you are looking
for.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
Home of Matarais Radias
Ave. Jas Franciace de le Otta 31.
FOR RENT:Three-bedroom house
at 32, 50th St. (Son Martin),
partly air conditioned, completely
furnished ond equipped, ample
closet ond storoge spoce, hot wa-
ter for- four months from June
4th. Telephone 3-0444.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnishea-unfurnished aport-
ment. Contact' office No. 8061. 10th
St.. New-Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:- Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Smoll furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. Bella
Vista. No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
lorge one small 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 De Castro, "B" Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Apartment of two
bedrooms with two baths, sitting,
diningroom, kitchen, front porch
facing street on Via Espaa No.
20. $90.00, also other apart-
ments of one bedroom, same build-
ing. See De Castro. "B" Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:Quiet, wall ventiloted 2
bedroom apartment, each with
both, living-diningroom, servont
quarters, hot water installation,
good location. Bella Vista 44th St.
No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT:Cool modern two bed-
room aportment, living-room,
two baths, large porch. Via Espo-
o 55 corner La Cresta.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: One 25 cycle motor
Skillman, 2-6435, 7 a. m. to 4
p. m. Sofurdcy and Sunday 2-
3195.
FOR SALE:15' Lopstrake Boot. V-
bstton 5' beam. Recently pointed.
All equipment pens, portable tee
box 5 ?. Mercury outboard mo-
ler. Ideal for bay or river. Com-
plete $250.00. Call Cristobol 3-
2479.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Beautiful spot overlook-
ing ocean. Redwood cottoge, com-
pletely furnished, kerosene stove
ond refrigerator, tile both. Elec-
tricity available. 16,612 meters
beach front property, entirely fen-
ced, fruit trees, landscaped, deep
well, windmill, water tonk. piped
to house. Storoge house. Selling at
sacrifice. Seocliff Acres, one mile
before Santa Clora Casino. Tele-
phone Btilboa 1470 alter 4:30 p
ro>
FOR RENT:Cool, completely fur-
nished apartment in the most
central location. in Ponomo, with
telephone and parking space inside
of building to person who 'lives
permanently in hotel or a diplo-
mat. $90.00 monthly (for 2 per-
sons). Informotion Tel. 2-0700
from 7 o. mi to 4 p. m.
FOR RENT:___Completed furni;hd
two bedroom aportment, very cool,
quiet location, facing ocean. Tel.
3-0916._____________________.
FOR RENT -- Completely furnished,
attractive, cool, well located, 2
bedroom apartment. Call Panama
2-2102 office hours or Ponamo
1-4038.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, clean
cool room. Meals if desired, apart-
ment 3, Bello Vista. 46th Street
No. 18-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:1947 Cushmon Scooter.
Excellent condition. $125.00. Call
86-7284, see at Qtrs. 62-A, Al-
brook.
rOR SALE:1948 Horley Davidson
"45" excellent cendit on. $350,
spare pans ine'uded. CoH Ponamo
3-0738. Duty tree.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
JrVt carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
fr NEVAMAR table, sink
or bar tops, CORALITE
wall board and NATC0R
store fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Centrsl Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
for ( I SHIO.VS St.lP-rOVMtR .r,d
UK-UPHOLSTERING rail , f,
our show-room Custom bull! Xurnl-
'"'>" r"all,. Ser our Do-
foior Fabrica. Free EatlmatM na.
t te la On No. 77 (Ante Bow)
New Telephone 3-4*28.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
President Fears
New War May See
US As Battleground
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
President Truman expressed the
fear today that World War III
would males the United States
an actual battleground.
He added that such ay war
would drive the world back into
the Dark Ages, and therefore he
was doing everything In his pow-
er to prevent It.
Mr. Truman said nothing In
his life and administration mat-
ters to him except the preven-
tion of another world war.
Speaking with emotion he said
he Is confident the policies he Is
following are the right ones to
promote peace.
"The people of this country
and of the world know they are
the right policies."
At his press conference Mr.
Truman volunteered a lengthy
discussion of his general aims
and policies after denying fre-
quently published reports that toe
Is in a cocky mood.
He said he la not cocky, but is
working as hard as possible on
policies which he believes will
lead to enduring peace.
To a reporter who wanted to
know whether the United States
did not possess the intelligence
and energy "to keep us from
flipping back into the Dark Ages
even if we do have another war?"
Mr. Truman replied he hoped
this was true.
But he said the American
people should remember that If
another world War develops the
United States would find Itself
in quite a different position from
World War II.
Destruction such as other
countries suffered in that war
would be spread across the Unit-
ed States.
He conceded the American
people have energy and intel-
ligence to meet any situation,
but he did not want to take a
chance on the situation develop-
ing into war.
Crist. Union Church
Has Sale Tomorrow
Cake, cookies and candy will be
sold tomorrow at the Cristobal
Union Church from > to 8 p.m.
The sale is sponsored by the
Christian Youth Fellowship to
earn money to send the delegate*
to the Youth Conference in Au-
gust.

wn&u u*nit
The Oyster Perpetual, masterpiece
of craftsrruiuhip by Rales, U truly
the mauh that goa jorerer with-
out winding I The world' lint
waterproof and ulj-windlng watch,
the Oyster Perpetual la wound
automatically by the lightest
motion of the wrist so that, worn
for only six hours, it trill run for
thirty ; worn alwaya, it will run
forever. Protected by the unique,
ftnoanmlj waterproof Oyster case.
In atalnlesa Keel or in solid gold.
^ROLEX^
LAST CHANCE TO ORDER
ELECTR0LUX CLEANERS
DIRECT
(For Duration of the
Emergency)
Orders will be taken only
until MAY 24th. We'll
continue the service.
Price Remains at S85.00
te Canal Zone
Time Payments Available.
CRAWFORD
AGENCIES
No. 18 "J" Street
Tels. 2-2388 2-3265
R0LLEIFLEX
C0NTAX
POLAROID
Land CAMERA
Below U.S. Prices.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
CANCER PROGRESS MADE
The cancer death, rate among
women now shows a slight de-
cline when adjusted for an aging
population, the American Cancer
Society points out. The over-all
death rate continues to rise but
you can help reverse this trend
by supporting the 1951 Cancer
Crusade of the American Cancer
Society.
CLUBS
from $1.00
LA POSTA
S8 Ave. Central
nu (.ivevrc cosu
Phone i-MXl
VOTO tOS SAI.
Down Payment Sise
Mrathfr Payment SIS
LOTS on Paveo Street from SI 00
a Meter
Pot Rent. Hears Uulaawat tor
around level Ine,
W Rom Loss on Lona Terms
Lot Club at S3 ana 4 Weekl*
US Survey Shows
hiemal Tensions
Threaten Russia
WASHINGTON. May 24 (UP, ,
Internal tensions threaten the |
"fragile" ruling structure of Rus-
sia, according to a Government
survey prepared by the Legisla-
tlve Reference Service of the Li-
brary of Congress for the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee.
The report is based on an ex-
haustive survey of Russian pub-
lications, on Interviews with re-
fugees, and on studies by experts
on Russian affairs.
Though the report discounted
the possibility of organized re-
volution occurring soon In Rus-
sia, It said the Kremlin could be
severly wounded, "If not brought
to a tottering fall." by United
States cooperation with the mil-
lions of dissidents in Russia.
The report says the Russian
power structure shows a number
of soft spots which are most un-
comfortable to the Soviet leaders,
and there are Indications that
these leaders do not even con-
sider the Red Army 100 per cent
trustworthy.
The report listed Russian
youths, religious believers, min-
ority groups of professional sol-
diers, workers, farmers and slave
laborers and their families as po-
tential allies of the United States
who can be appealed to and mo-
bilized in the struggle for free-
dom. ^^^^^^
Senator Johnston
To Visit Isthmus
Late Next Month
Senator Olin D. Johnston, South
Carolina Democrat, who Is chair-
man of the Civil Service and Post
Office Committee, expects to vi-
sit the Isthmus late next month,
and plans to attend a meeting
of Lodge 14 American Federation
of Government Employes, mem-
bers learned last night.
The AFOE and other labor
groups plan a series of confer-
ences with Senator Johnston and
a number of events In his honor.
AFQE members also voted last
night to sponsor two girls for the
Caribbean Girls' State.
The Income tax situation, pay
raise bills, and other matters
were discussed.
Syria Makes Charge
Israelis Defy UN
DAMASCUS, May 24 (UP)
Syria charged today that Israelis
are still oarrying out ralnage
work in the disputed Lake Huleh
region on the border between the
two countries In defiance of
United Nations Security Council
order to halt the reclamation
project.
Five tractors were reported to
be working In the area.
Young People's League
To Celebrate Third
Anniversary Tomorrow
The Christian Mission of Pan-
ama Young People's League will
celebrate their third anniversa-
ry on Friday, May 25. at 7:30 p.m.
The program will consist of mu-
sical items from Young People's
of the various churches. The
public is invited to this program.
Leaving For Havana
Anthony F. Pessolano, Master
of Ceremonies of Hammadan
Grotto. Is leaving for Havana
tomorrow for a two week's stay
prior to attending the Grotto and
Shrine Conventions In Cincin-
nati and Ne York respectively
OFFICIALLY CERTIFID
WRIST-CHRONOMETERS
THE
DUTY
FREE
STORE
Qo/q fa/blich
JEWELRY HEADQUARTERS
PANAMA
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We must sacrifice them in order
to make room for others!
'50 Nash Statesman
4-DOOR SEDAN. Sparkling me-
tallic Blue Body White Tires.
Duty Paid.
'50 Nash Statesman
BEFORE NOW
$1600 $1450
2-DOOR SEDAN. Beautiful two-
tone
Duty
tone gray a perfect buy!
Paid.
$1600
$1550
$1500
$1400
$1200
'49 Nash Ambassador
4-DOOR SEDAN. Two-tone
freen with white tires and Ra-
lo a top bargain!
'49 Nash "600"
4-DOOR SEDAN. Brand new tires
and new plastic and nylon seat
covers as good as any new
car! Duty raid.
'49 Nash "600"
2-DOOR SEDAN. Nile green
paint good tires perfect
condition!
'48 Hudson Commodore
4-DOOR SEDAN. Big handsome
black car with leather uphol-
stery and radio a darn good
offer!
'48 Nash Ambassador
4-DOOR SEDAN. One of those
well taken care of cars hardly
any wear new oversize tires.
'48 Nash "600"
, 4-DOOR SEDAN. Shiny black
body with white tires anothet
, gift i
'47 Fraier
4-DOOR SEDAN. Brand new
paint perfect in every respect
a gift If there ever was one!
'47 Nash "600"
4-DOOR SEDAN. Dark green
Leather Interior a most reli-
able car!
AND MANY MORE MAKES AND MODELS
TO CHOOSE FROM AT CLEARANCE PRICES.
VISIT US BEFORE YOU DECIDE !
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Nash and Willys Afency)
Phene: t-1790 PANAMA One Meek from Tivoli Creasing
$1100
$1000
S 725
$ 800
$1450
$1401
$1400
$1300
$1050
$1000
$900
$600
$700



THURSDAY, MAY 4, 151
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Labor New
And
Comment
The Old Boy Is Troubled With Claustrophobia
Walter Winchell
In New York
BEAU BROADWAY. JK.
* Dolls," "Call Me Merman," "***l*rU" '"" ta advance.. .
tossin, away (approximately) *' '* "5* ^CSS "rowied with
ta^uK.^^
various awards lor *ne dc V~" !_!_( t.mlit( otter more
soon bo sprouting in 'h ""JLHff S fmportance
job, (lor Perlormers) ln * *^p" noW hat now can
,ot geography in *5*J_U-A k u giwonded ay click. Turna-
In its initial 7 per. This I Very Ungood.
The ttrst-Nlghters: Two premiere were targets for the aisle-
minority assent: 'Gay and whimsical. R. Coieman (Mirror;
medal'd: "If- great." ^
The Ctoemaglciana: An endearing fairy Ule titled"Mlitat-
eror' Nightingale' glow. Ilk. Aladdin's L.mp^''"tog Coa.t
Guard" olfers some interesting naval maneuver.. Bta "*""_
a*ip-hapely..."Ma and Pa Kettle Down on the Farm' ii'hardly
hk-ha...A Frenchy, 'The Secret of Mayerling," retains every sigh
"d throb of the classlo love story ..'Along th.i Gre. tM^b
aeveral grades abore conventional saddle sagas, KML!uZ?
handle, the .ix-shooter-and Virginia Mayo the --h^tln.....
"Tony Draws a Horse" dUplay an entertaining BrltUhromp^
Frisky, Frothy and Funny... "The House_ on Telegraph, Hill Ui a
watery that has several episodes 'nduelnishlvert while others
leave you cold. .."Night Riders of Montana" is a typical Western
dishing a blend of oats and corn.
By Victor Rtesel
SOUTH BBND. Ind. This
big auto making city became a
wit of whistle-stop town lor a
lament at S:SO last Monday
afternoon. A whistle blew. A
plant stopped operating in
deilnltely. The echo will be
heard on Korea's blood-sUppery
mountainsides.
jlieamcMle, 20 men went
home jobless to their wor-
ried famies when they
could have been making
lining for ammo cases. OI
jood containers, gas tanKs.
airplane parts and all types
of structural gimmicks oas-
ed on aluminum oil.
But they didn't have the tools
or the war orders at this little
plant run by a t*nlaL hard-
working chap by name ol George
D. Relsh, who literally spent
The Alristocrats: If Sinatr* decides to stop singing for his sup-
ner he won't go hungry. Francis is developing into an expert
comic..Suspense" rates a citation for its origina yarns Most
teevv dramas sound like something cribbed from Movlevllle mi-
meograph machines... Time spent with NBC's 'Living. 1951 tat
worthwhile investment. Especially the program dealing with puo-
11c health problems...Cantor-Durante & Co. peddled laughs
wholesale. The top bargain being Edward, and James mimicnins
each other...Some of the quls audiences are so noisy you can
hardly hear yourself snore.. .Walter Kiernan's eassy-golng ai-
ternoonsense (on ABC is listenable. Take our bent ears word
lor It...The most goshawful sounds to hit the airwaves (since
our last, newscast are relayed by mikes in the ring to pick up
the gruntz of wrasslers. Makes static seem almost musical...
"Leave It to the Girls" usually says a mirthful, though some of
th,e silly queries don't rate a reply; :'<
The Story-Tellers: Time's >tose sketch of the Perena con-
firm that Mr. and Mrs. Dictator endanger the security of Mr.
and Mrs. United States. The most obnoxious marriage since Adolf
became Benito's bride.. .McCall's sexpose U Garbos color portrait.
It wUI call for encores in yonr daydreams.. .Woman's Home
Companion ignites a firecracker that explodes tho stunning- facts
about teen-age drur addiction. The truth about this tragedy is
almost nkelievable... Newsweek', bsckground on the Iranian
crisis is engrossing. Concerns a little-known moneybagsrated
by some as the Richest American: Oil tycoon H. L. Hunt, whose
annual Income is a mere 25 million.. .The Satevepost's most
amusing pen-and-inkspiration is the smartoon depicting a lady
handing money to a stockbroker and declaring: "U. 8. Steel
t win!"...The New Yorker wins the bnmtlminf award with a
German tourist advert gushing about "The magic of Germany's
legendary past reborn." When the dailies report the rebirth of
Naxism. The mag must be desperate for coin to serve as the dump-
ing grounds for such rubbish.
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Ltftin art rec.ivsa gratefully las' or* h.alea mi o keK* onfisaaliol
aaanft
If vi> <*ntribw lattu d.n I bo impatient If doom'! opptor the
usar . Lsrrers ore pubiiab.d in the ardor racslvsd.
laoss try to keep mo istttn lliwired t. on. pai. i.npth.
la.atiry of lottar writart i. koM in srricr.it c.nfi.rnct.
Thn aowtpaper oisoiwsi as rMp.nilbllihi far ililimili or pimoni
inn* la kttrsn from rosdors.
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HOW TO PAY A DEBT
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Balboa, C.Z.
The Mali Box.
The Panama American.
What gives anyway? A long ar-
ticle appears In the local press
pointing out the lousy morale
prevalent in the Canal Zone. A
day or so after appears an arti-
cle saying the Canal Zone had
been picked for very Important
Civilian-Military defense cooper-
ation account the high morale
prevailing here. You are entitled
to your opinion but In mine there
just aint no morale and won't be
any till-this retroactive Income
tax thing is settled.
The genius Average American
is an easygoing critter usually
prone to a joke and a wisecrack
In preference to the profounder
mental torments taht encourage
ulcers and falling hair. There Is
one thing though that he doesn't
find funny and anything that
leads him toward that thing Is
apt to make him plumb unfriend-
ly. I refer to his financial solven-
cy. He Just plain hates to get In
debt and if so unfortunate as to
so become he is very unhappy till
he gets out Qf that state. This re-
troactive abortion la on the verge
of placing most of us In such an
uncomfortable position.
Now maybe they are going to
repeal it. but the odds say they
won't at least not In time, before
June 15 next, to do us any good.
So what must we do. We owe Un-
cle, five, six. eight or maybe ten
hundred dollars, money that 97
per cent of us Just haven't any
way of raising this not even by
selling the old home place, for
being long time residents of the
Zone we rent but don't own. Some
of us have bonds that are worth
a lot less In Inflated dollars than
they were when we bought them
but should we make a further sa-
crifice to meet this Impending
debt burden and cash these
bonds or should we go Into long
time debt elsewhere, assuming a
lender can be found, when for
most of us Uncle happens to owe
us more than we do him.
TOWLE
Sterling
(fHPPAJTLKH
SU EU
I refer to our leave, earned and
tax paid since Jan. 1. 1951.
This leave which we couldn't
take and enjoy If the burden of
paying the tax had to be previ-
ously met. It has been paid be-
fore for the good of the service.
Let those responsible arrange
that those who need to can. If the
tax Isn't rescinded before June
15, commute as much of their
earned leave to tax payment
as they may require.
An early announcement of
such a possibility shouldn't ad-
versely effect the repeal of the
tax. but It would perk up the mp-
rale of a lot of us who can't fig-
ure where we otherwise will ever
get out of debt, or keep out of Jail.
Anguished Alphonse
re than 200 days begging the
Srmv quartermaster, Navy and
Mr Corps purchasers, govern-
4tCar1enaPls and the Mo-
tions Board for tools and con
tracts. He got nothing. He had
to close down although the
Air Force has hundreds of vttml
machine tools stored away
which It could lease, lend or sell
to George Relsh's little plant
You've probably never heard
of Relsh's Products but he s
important because hes one of
3,500,000 little businessmen be-
His is the same story ive
hewn right across the nation
Trom Brooklyn to Chicago and
DOlnts south and west. These s,
Coo mall firms employ o,
9,000,000 people skilled wort
won't be there to supply the
giant corporations. Relsh_ pro
ducts in peacetime, included a
cSg napkin which was stuf-
fed "to housewives' stoves lor
some reason or other, and^flex-
ible foil for food and gift wrap
nintr* Now he can make ammo
S2Tlrnlngs and gas tank parts.
But no one's paying attention
Wherever you go, ^ hear
the same plaint. Sown in Indtaj
napolls, there's a Color crau
o which can spin metal any
way the Defense Dept. wants It
The little firm approached all
jov'ernment war M<^ "J
493 companies and came
away with only $50.000 worth of
contracts, one of which was for
th6 Typical teas the expert-
enci of Nashville Tenn
small businessman, William
miain, who wanted a Navy
contract he ^W^f;
He telephoned the right of-
fice in Washington seeking ,
peci/icuiions. only one man
'in the entire office knew
anything about these on*
he was on vacation. Result.
1 TAX* that in Brooklyn
too when I started west.
There, twenty five per cent
of the borough's 7.250 small
business firms were contem-
plating laying off their work-
ers, for lack of material and
contracts. Across the river in
paterson. N. J., seventy live per
of the city's textile workers al-
ready were Jobless or working
part time. Up In New England
small manufacturers of heating
units and hot water boilers -
which they would be called on
to make for the Armed Forces
in the event of full mobiliza-
tion were bitter because
they were facing shutdowns al-
though other industries had
enough of the light gauge steel
sheets they needed to keep
* Literally thousands of small
firms, therefore, have been for-
ced out of business and tens of
thousands face each Frtda)-pay
day apprehensively. Thousands
who do stay In business are
working from two days to six
hours a week.
Others who do manage to
net contracta suffer anyway be-
cause the government takes its
time paying, or treats them as
the Army did Jack Davles of
Avalon Products In Los Angeles.
This little firm finally got a
contract for 700 coffee tables
for the Army centers. But first
hev had to send samples of
every material to Philadelphia
for testing. So, the firm lost a
month because the Amy offi-
cers didn't tell them of this de-
tail until the day they were go-
ing into production.
They sent the samples
and waited. Some 30 days
later they decided to check
The samples had not yet
been tested and the Army
said, 'Oh. well go anead
anvway." That was a month
out of the Ufe of the firm,
and the boss.
But now the little business-
men have Joined with the unions
and are fighting back. They re
deluging their Congressmen
with some 500 letters a day.
When a big rubber company
got t wtr contract for 800,000
teel lockers, the little business-
men screamed and the contract
was cancelled and redistributed.
When other rubber corporations
were awarded war assignments
for reconditioning tanks, there
was more screaming. And more
redistribution of contracts.
With labor support In Wash-
ington, they're righting for a
special agency to look after
them. And now finally In Bos-
ton the Defense Dept. has
opened a "Small Business Ex-
hibit" to display war items the
little fellows can make. And
about time tool
qi,e WASHING
MERRY-GO-RM
y DRIW PIARSON
Capital Gains
By BOB RUARK

Ortw Pearson says: Horry Truman writs a Sunday-morn-
ing Ittttr; Rtpublicant may use MacArthur to atfBt
Ttxoi' Tom Connolly; San. Wilay spoilod GOP plan to
jail Secretary Acheson.
WASHINGTONAt eight-thirty a.m. the other Sunday
which Is early for most Washlngtonlans on a Sunday mornmg--
Presldent Truman finished reading New' Yorks Sundayn Times. .
picked up his pen and dashed off one of those famous personal
fetters which have reverberated around the world. This one went
to Price Boss Mike DISalle. ' .._____.
Eleven blocks away, DISalle was busily wading through a
mountain of correspondence on his desk, trying to get some worK
out of the way before attending nine o'clock mass. Just a
DISalle was leaving his office the telephone rang. The White
House was calling.
"Please stand by, Mr. DISalle," the operator said. "A mes-
senger is bringing you a letter from President Truman
Mike put the phone down and began to ponder. What had
he done wrong? What might have aroused the ire of the Presid-
ent? Or was it that the President was accepting his resignation >
A few minutes later the letter arrived. Now In something ot
a sweat, Mike tore It open. Inside was a very short note written,
in the President's own hand on White House stationery. It read.
"I have Just read today's New York Times' story about your
grand, sense of humor. It gave me a lift.
"Since I've been In Washington I've seen many stuffed shirts.
and your wise-cracks about Washington Ufe remind me of how
we used to use a trocar on a clovered bull. There s a loud ex-
plosion and the bull resumes his normal shape and usutuy
recovers.
Keep sticking 'em.
"Regards, ,
"Harry 8. Truman" .
DISalle, a city boy and former mayor of Toledo. Ohio, rushed
to a dictionary to look up the word "trocar." A trocar, he dis-
covered, is a surgical spear sometimes used to release gas pressure
tfl bloated cattle. By "clovered." the president doubtless reievyea
ro a bull which had become bloated from eating too .much
HMM
NOTEWhat Inspired the President's letter was a New YorU
Times summary of DISalle's wisecracks, some of them previously
published In this column. Here are a few samples: When the-e-
sldent appointed DISalle as Price Stabilizer, he said he wanted
a man with plenty of guts. "You have him here, replied the
rotund DISalle, slapping his bay window.. ."My appointment nas
the unanimous approval of everyone In Toledo," the ex-mayor
said on arriving in Washington. "Half of them were happy to see
me move up, and the other half were happy to see me move out
of town."...A man applied for the Job of !>*"*' *-*$?
reminded that he .could, not read. According to DiSaller ho
replied: "I don't want to be assistant postmaster. J want to be
postmaster." **
REPUBLICAN DRIVE IN TEXAS

garlans. Is well on the mend again One o
these days Mr. Vogeler will sit down with a
good editorial assistant to hamrner out some
memoirs of his horrid holiday with the Reds
Mr. Vogeler is a hot commodity for the books
capital-gains taxes of only 25 percent on a pur-
chase you have held over six months, and it
vou are In the oil business they rant you a
27!2 percent free ride because oil wells deplete
But DOt humans. Not writers who sweat for
sot. vu(ciu .... ------.. n(( under Bui not humans, noi wswera " * *-
and magazines and moving pictures and unaer nui i wnQ run out oi
___.-i hunriitnir mav exDect to gross as high as rive years u "Y" . ,.,. ,,. n..i, or ugt
expert handling may expect to gross
half-a-mlllion clams as recompense for hisor
Seal. The chances are he will rate as much as
a million as unworthy payment for the time: he
milled as a prisoner, and the exquisitely subtle
torture he underwent, but that Is not the point.
Mr. Vogeler, I happen to know wUlgt or-
dinary everyday income taxes. Just like thee
and"me on the delayed fruits of his torment
which seems a Uttle unfair, when you consider
that Gen Dwlght Eisenhower asked and was
anted'" c.piUl gains on hta one-shot volume
gas. or baseball players whose legs quit or Just
ordinary salary guys who weaken theta eyes over
figures o- flatten their feet selling brushes.
Taxwtae, everything has dignltv but the human
machine
They explained the Elsenhower concession by
saving that Ike's book represented the net of
his experiences, and hence was comparable to a
property which had been held sufficiently long
to warrant a capital gains interpretation. This
was true, but is also true to anybody else who
pitalizes on his own arduos toll or accidental
of World warn memoirs This was an Por- "g^-rE^OB*rBlftfSr
tint concession to make to an unknown ai thor expenei lnstance. but I ain't no oil
since Ike got $750.000 for his maiden.effortand n a,tvPt?;wru*vernment.s eve.
onlv had to pay percen: of: i: to Unclei Sugar. i m in.i* seif-depletion I doubt
This was somewhat resented by us other wai in depleted himself physically
rlors who write for the dally^ crusts and broken tna ^ any ^ whether or not he
vlttles. because all the books that_ were manu *arIseworklnr for Uncle Sam at the time is not
factured by authors of lesser military rang to m dungeon and
not receive the me governmentalft considera- he ^lnt He w cas^ ^^ ^
tlon. We-all were In the wot. too *""* nervM and bodv broke. There are scars on Vo-
man write* Is always theorem of hta^exoerience. nerves sna lnflmte,y more vld tnan a saber
Amateur Eisenhower, while on full-pav asi a
five-star peneral with a supplementary sa ary
as nresident of Columbia University, received
me gfft oT capital gains from the government
n complete violation of the revenue denart-
mentTattltude to all other professional writers.
I have often argued that a man's mind and
bodv is as valuable to himself as a machine or
a piece of property, ind Is even more subject
to deletion and deterioration. A mans body
wears out iust like a machine, and his mind
depletes itself. Just like an oil well.____________
slash, and a strain on his bodv that could
shorten his life.
For these wounds he will get some Ptrtlal
balm In the payment of money. If ever a man
deserved consideration in the tax deoartmen
Vogeler is the man. Do not tell me that an oil
well or a house or a piece of land Is worthy of
more consideration than the man who escrowed
his bodv in t dank cell tor thm ro1M
number of months necessarv to receive capital
aalns consideration. ^^____________
Peruvian Test
By Peter Edson

uaa*no*^>^*-<>^& Ptff i* ^rvS'^U'^xKo
is a Wyoming county agent who fo the^ast o operations which direct agricultural
seven years has been an Institute of inter m education development Projects,
erlcan Affairs director* In Peru. He came oac_ flnanced bv U. S. and Peruvian govern-
to Washington the other day tor an " ment funds,
ference and he brought with him ajimcias^
At first Jack Neale wouldn't touch It. One of
the big seciets of the HA A success ste m
first started bv Nelson Rockefellers office at
the start of the last war has been that ail us
tale on how you go about beating communism
in an under-developed area.
The story concerns a Uttle town In a0the"J
Peru named Camana. It Is located in a mu u ateered clear of Latin American oo-
valley. also known as Camana on the Majes owe PrMldenta and cabinets and congresses
.__; n.,< .,. o mirinui configuration or me """_,_____ ... Tt v.aa continued, en-
Km. But by a curious con igura ion of the . ;tVa xfAA na8 continued, en-
land and surrounding mountains, with the Pa may ^ a continued bv all governments, re-
clflc Ocean at one end and a can on at the aorsea anf ^ ^ ^^ the country
other, the valley Is almost completely shut on pregWent Bustamante kept instating. Finally
from the rest of Peru. .nnned to Neale agreed to out an agricultural agent in
Everyoi-e In the valley was once supposed to condition. This was that he
be a Communist. Even the Camana deputy in ne a y ^ q ,u , ,
the Peruvian Congress was a ?ommuriUt and and hlt he snould do 0nly the thing
he was always raising plenty of trouble Some considcred necessarv for the agricultural re-
time, somehow, between the two wr,ld,ss07aatefl' habtlitatlor of the area,
a Commie agent had gotten into the so atea servicio office was opened up to
valley rnd done a real iob of organising it c ^^^ there was a communist delega ion o
One reason seems to have been that the area cq ftRent Neaie refused o
was a kind of rural slum. The valley was so a fie d {rom all pol-
dlfflcuit to get to that It had no trade with the ae meetlnBs. But he started traveling around
rest of the country. It lived off of what u ^ Me what was needed.
could produce, and that wasn't enough
The town lUel, had a Population of about ^H^hjt ^e^lr-tt V2gR
2000. with another 6500 or so in_ the' vaU^; J, sepolv of insecticides and started some demon-
were K, IMT'rP'wsT opal ero, ttrjUon. of spraying. ^ ^
and thert were half a dozen rice mi s scatter^ cropg were on a pretty Printtlvein-
ed In the vaUey. But hey had been operaiea Da8ls He orKanlzed aome tractor pools
to gouge the farmers for so long the victims farmers to schedule their fie Id work
finally rebelled And the CommimUt depmy ^ macnlnes were kept busv all the
f cm Camana demanded that the governmem.
build a socialized rice mill He' gaw tnat the Irrigation syatam gogd be
Shortly after the end of theJast war perus ^ he organized that.
President Jos Luis Bustamante called In Jack ma he did authorUe construcUonof a
Neale and told him he was In trouble over i-a
mana. The people there *f'e *^ta,X**.,,
government-operated rice mill, threatening an
kinds of trouble If thev didn't get It. But anU
Communtal deputies wouldn t approve It. be
cause sll the people In the vallev were so poll
Um!VBrtama*b wanted lntltute of Intor-
Amerlcan Affairs to move into Camana. build
It Is supposed to be a top political secret, but GOP strategist!
pian to use Oeneral MacArthur In the campaign to knock-vet-
eran Tom Connally of Texas out of the Senate. ,
MacArthur has already Indicated to top Republlcanfl,,that
he will make a "nonpolltlcal" speaking tour of Texas. And-JJie
Republicans expect to make political capital out of MacArthur s
speeches to stampede Texas voters away from Texas Tom-,
Inside fact isthat the McCarthy wing of the Republican
Party has singled out Connally as the r No. l Senatorial target
tor 1952. They propose to hang Connally's political scalp along-
side that of veteran ex-Senator Tydlngs Maryland, thuase
a record of having defeated the chairman of the Senate Anned
Services Committee. Tydlngs, and the chairman of the Foreign
Relations Committee, Connally. ,*?-.
The campaign against Connally wlU follow the same pattern
the McCarthyltes used against Tydlngs. They will try to pato
the gruff, outspoken TeXatt as a Communist appeaser nd-^is-
c.ple of Secretary of State Acheson. They have already coined
the slogan which Is cropping up In Texas; "When Aclieson
roughs. Connally sneezes." "...i.
The truth te, ConAsrlly has always opposed Communism -With
nil his Texas Ire, has led the fight to halt the creeping Com-
munism in Greece, in Western Europe. In Korea. At the>4am
time, Connally has supported Acheson on most 'sues and even
brought Acheson to Texas and courageously Introduced him to
g Texas audience. As a result, the GOP Strategy Is to use Ache-
si n's unpopularity to undermine a courageous senator. .
All of this means that Connally is facing a Hght for his poU-
tical life, his first real opposition since 1U28 Though a tough
i. rapper, the veteran Texan is still perplexed as how to fight
back against a McCarthy campaign.
NOTEWhile the McCarthyltes figure on a big swing toward
Republicans In Texas, they are realistic enough to Qgntb*
may have to knock Connally out with a Democrat In the prlma-
iles The chief Democrat who Is echoing the McCarthy line Is^ex-
Congressman Martin Dies. But the candidate who .will prof to
most is able, amiable Governor Allan Shivers who also has hla
eye on Connally's seat and can now sit back keep his mouth
nut and his hands clean while the McCarthyltes do the spade-
work. .
ANTI-ACHESON TRAP
An absent-minded slip by genial GOP Sen. Alex Wiley of
WUconsln ba\led up a secret Republican plan to put Secretary
0t SThe Stegf w^woM'out by crafty Sen. Owen Brew.ter
cr Maine and given the blessing of a OOP Senate policy meeting.
Th* scheme was to wait until Secretary Acheson appeared
b-forethe ioTnt Armed Services-Foreign Relations Committees'
nrobe of the MacArthur firing. Then Republicans planned to ask
him tn relate his conversation with President Truman on April
6 ?he dateatth, PreffiS flSt discussed the possibility of firing
GenBwMteCrXuUred that Secretary Acheson would then retos.
U> a" ww following which a key Republican wouldI ask tha.
Acheson be cited fo? contempt of Congress and press for an lm-
n\iiiate record vote by the committee. ,
If the vote to cite the Secretary failed. Republicans would
walk out of the hearings in a dramatic gesture th._-hl.
But Wiley, who is more famous for his homely Jokes than hit
political skll forced the issue too soon. He demanded that Gen.
Omar Bradley chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, be made to
diTcu^ his April 6 conversation with the President. This was
t* all what Brewster had planned; first, because Bradley is
personaUy popular and the Senate was not likely to cite him:
S3 because General MacArthur had already set a Precedent
by refusing to discuss what he had discussed privately with Pre-
^'"whlrwuVs^aVted'off'on'the wrong tangent with Bradley
therefore Senators Knowland of California and Hlckenlooper_of
Iowa rushed over and whispered in his ear. But it was too ate
The die was cast, and the vote ruling that Bradley did not
have to answer8 quesiions about his private talks with Truman
Sb7 .t nrecedent that will save Acheson. For. If the Chief
o![Staff dSnl have d answer, the Secretary of State won't either.
Copyright. 1051. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.
rta^StolKinrt&iaS-ngny^
other ml:ls that operated against the farmers.
All this began onlv five year!i ago.
"Today, says Jack Neale with what amounts
to pardonable pride, "the Income of Camana
valley Is five times what It was be to" the Ser-
vicio was opened. And there tan t a Commun
1st in the valley."
Their wa a .ouns cello* named Joe
Te a Carpenter Shop em this cbmoe
To 5uv a ear lor ha work
Bui tnev laaghed ai thta lerk...
P A CUMlfledi eave him a lewt



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IN HOLLYWOOD
.-vjIXYWOOD. (NEAK De-
spite the expected stork visit In
July, the Broderlck Crawfords
re miles away from the rumored
reconciliation. "A Mexican stand-
off" Is the way Brod puts It. .. .
Virginia Field and Wlilard Park-
er are signed to co-star In a TV
film series tagged "Boss Lady."
The series calls for 38 films a
year, each budgeted at $18,000.
for the next five years. Virginia
and Wlilard plan to marry on
Oct. 9.

Hedy Lamarr and an unidenti-
fied "mystery man" have been
the talk of Acapulco's we-love-
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number was scissored for the pic-
ture.

Producer David Diamond wljl
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film's profits to the services... .
Prediction: Margaret Sheridan Is
the gal to watch in the 1951 movie
glamor sweepstakes. She makes
Her film bow hi "The Thing."

Sophie Tucker is scoffing- at
those "retirement" rumors. She's
booked through 1952 on a doc-
tor's timetable-^four weeks of
work and then three of rest.
*. *
Harry Essex, the writer, agreed
to write script for "The Las Ve-
gas Story" when assured he
wouldn't have to visit the gamb-
ling center for local color. "Writ-
ing In Hollywood," he walled, "I
draw on my memory. In Las Ve-
gas, I Just draw on my bank ac-
count.'1 ....
June Havoc, headed for a
Broadway play, took five cats
with her to New York, explain-
ing: "I auditioned 51 cat-sitters
but none of them was right for
the cats."

Hollywood is Joining television's
boast that 'old stars are, better
than ever." Leatrlce Joy, who
hasn't appeared on the screen
for 15 years, has a big role op-
posite Frank Fay In "A WAC In
His Life." It's Fay's first film ap-
pearance in eight years. . It's
74 birthday candles for wistful
Victor Moore, who explains his
absence from the Screen:
"After 53 years of work I'm
resting." ,
STUDY CAUSES OF CANCER
Researchers at a world-wide
cancer conference In Paris theo-
rized that cancer results from
many rather than a single cause.
Such factors as degenerative
changes In tissue are believed to
combine with outside agents of
this modern Industrial era to
cause cancer. Research Into can-
cer's causes Is supported by funds
from the American Cancer So-
ciety. Give to the 1951 Cancer
Crusade.
The movie offers still come in
but the veteran comedian says:
"If they'll give me a good picture,
I'll always be willing to work. I'm
old enough now to say no to any-
thing but good ones."
All that publicity about Wil-
liam Phlpps, new star of Arch
Oboler's movie, "Five, as the
only man living with 50 dolls at
Hollywood's "House of the Seven
Garbos," cost him a girl friend.
Phipps blushes:
"She telephoned me after tne
newspaper stories, said she
understood now why I was so dif-
ficult to get along with and hung
PFans will find It difficult to put
a face on Phipps. He was the
voice of Prince Charming In
"Cinderella," wears a beard In
"Five" and masquerades as a wo-
man in "No Questions Asked.
Janet Gaynor and Charles Far-
rell have given CBS the green
light on another radio version of
one of their early movie hits.
Farrell, looking at the mountain
of letters from fans that arrived
after his "Seventh Heaven"-
broadcast with Janet, told me at
his Palm Spring Racquet Club:
"To me It was a matter of Hie
and death. We had to be good,
Janet and I. After a-few days Of
rehearsing, we became a solid
team again. When I came back
to the Racquet Club after the
show, my crew met me and they
all said, 'Why. boss, we didn t
know you had it.In you.' "

Short takes: Norma Shearer
kicks off her film comeback plans
with an appearance on the
Screen Directors Playhouse on
NBC. The date hasn't been set.
. . Lionel Barrymore will play
the role of President Andrew
Jackson in Gable's "Lone Star.
. . Mae West is writing another
stage show for herselfa music-
al comedy. .. New song: "A Nickel
Ain't Worth a Cent Today."

Frances Dee makes that film
comeback in UI's "Reunion in
Reno." She's been starring in
television dramas. ... A new ra-
dio show, featuring Ezio Pinza as
a singing florist, is being offer-
ed to New York agrncies.

Don Hartman, until recently a
writer, now heads production at
Paramount. Explaining the dif-
ference between a writer and an
executive at the Masquers Club,
Don quipped:
"Every time I go out now my
coat and pants have to match."
Reds Can Mass 220 Divisions
Against Atlantic Power 17
By R. H. SHACKFORD
LONDON, May 24 (UP). The
latest official British estimates
of the Russian armed strength
place the number of Soviet di-
visions ready for battle at "well
over 200 probably around 220."
Sixty of these divisions, ac-
cording to official reports, are
"west of Moscow" In Russia's
European satellite states and in
Eastern Germany. Is estimated
that 25 divisions are In the
"general Caspian sea" area
where Russia's frontier meets
Iran, Turkey and Afghanistan.
The figure of 220 Russian di-
visions compares with the 170
that the Russians were said to
have had mobilized at the begin-
ning of this year. In other words,
the top British military experts
said Russians are building up
their armed strength. The report
added "the Russians had a very
big head start."
All of this compared with the
still almost non-existent At-
lantic Pact Army under General
Dwlght D. Elsenhower.
By the end of this year Elsen-
hower may have 17 divisions In
Western Germany. But 17 divi-
sions would be hard pressed to
hold any substantial part of
Western Germany, let alone
Western Europe, If the Russians
decided to movie westward.
One expert predicted that 17
divisions might be able to hold
the Ruhr area east of the Rhine
as part of a big beachhead area.
The 17 divisions that Eisen-
hower can anticipate by 1952
would the six Americans, five
French, four British and maybe
two Belgian.
It will be long before equip-
ment starts to roll Into Western
Europe in quantities that will
make possible equipping a larger
the estimated 60 or so divisions
ultimately planned for Elsen-
hower.
The Information about Soviet
forces Is of course far less pre-
cise than information on the for-
ces of the Western powers both
in numbers and especially on
placement.
But the latest estimates show
in addition to 60 Russians divi-
sions "west of Moscow," 60 satel-
lite divisions and an estimated
I
60,000 iieml-mUitary troops In
Eastern Germany.
On top of that, according to a
recent statement by the British
Minister of Defense Emanuel
Shtnwell, the Russians are be-
lieve to have 19,000 military alr-
THURSDAY, MAT M, ll|
craft. Including the latest j|
fighters and jet bombers, a veril
strong submarine force and 25.1
000 tanks.
The satellites are armed, It ll
believed, with another 2,0Q|
tanks-all made in Soviet Unlon.1
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"THE OTRH>ER8"



Stcud
diariamente a las 1:11
de la Urde.
DRAMA: AVENA QUAKER
que presenta:
EL HIJO PERDIDO
cribe: Vera Fontanella.
Con Augusto White
y Anoland Daz.
H
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DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
PAPEL ASFALTADO-
AftO VIUESIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. de F, JUEVES, MATO 24, 1151
ASFALTO
para techos
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa, Iterando a J. France. Tel. 3-lMJ.
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Nuevamente los aliados cruzan el Paralelo 38
Es el tercer cruce que se ha
hecho durante el desarrollo
del actual conflicto blico
TOKIO, mayo 24(UP)Las puntas de lan-
za de las Naciones Unidas cruzaron el Paralelo 38,
mientras que el Octavo Ejrcito avanzaba hacia el
norte en toda Corea en una persecucin "sin l-
mites" de las fuerzas comunistas en retirada.
El Teniente General James A. Van Fleet le
dijo lleno de jbilo a los periodistas en Corea: "El
Octavo Ejrcito se encuehtra a la ofensiva en todo
el frente de Corea y no hay lmite hasta dnde
avanzar."
Van Fleet dijo que "manten-
dr la Iniciativa de causarle el
mayor nmero de bajas al ene-
migo y evitar un contraataque"
El Cuartel General en el fren-
te occidental tambin Inform
que una divisin sur-coreana
habla enviado patrullas a tra-
vs del Paralelo 38 hacia los
alrededores de Kaesong a 35
millas al nor-oeste de Sel.
Los asesores norteamericanos
en el Cuartel General dijeron
que el Informe era cierto, y un
oficial del Octavo Ejrcito dijo
que "nuestros mapas demues-
tran que nuestras fuerzas es-
tn al otro lado del Paralelo."
Los Sur-Coreanos hicieron el
tercer cruce del Paralelo en los
once meses de guerra Coreana,
despus de cruzar el Rio Injin
a avanzar a travs de Kaesong
a milla y media al sur de la
frontera.
A todo lo largo ael frente
Coreano que se extiende unas
ciento veinte millas desde el
este al mar del Japn, las otras
fuerzas del Octavo Ejrcito se
encontraban entre diez y quince
millas del Paralelo y se en-
cuentran pvanzando Ininterrum-
pidamente hacia el norte de-
trs de las tropas comunistas
en retirada.
Discuten la comparecencia
del Dr.A. Arias a la Cmara
No se harn detenciones con
lutivo de la audiencia que
efectuar en la Asamblea
Enrgica protesta
eleva la seorita
Martina Guerrero
Para dar a publicidad se nos
ha traido la siguiente carta:
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA,
Ciudad.
Seor Director:
Permtame solicitar cabida en
su prestigioso diario, para pro-
testar enrgicamente por los
cargos antojadizos y calumnio-
sos que el director de un dia-
rlo local me ha hecho en re-
lacin con los sucesos ocurri-
dos recientemente en la Pre-
sidencia de la Repblica.
Una persona como yo, que
durante 36 horas estuve pen-
diente de todos los detalles de
organizacin y atencin de los
heridos en el Hospital Santo
Tomas, no podra en ningn
momento encontrarme a esas
mismas horas en la Presiden-
cia de la Repblica.
Me parece que desdice mu-
cho de la seriedad de un pe-
ridico, cuyo director se pres-
ta a la difamacin y al ultra-
Je de una mujer como yo, que
en el desempeo de mis fun-
PODRAN VISITAR
A LOS PRESOS
Se nos ha enviado el siguien-
te comunicado para su publica-
cin:
El comisionado de Correccin,
seor Antonio Donato, comuni-
ca a Ice familiares v amigos de
los detenidos que se encuentran
en la Crcel Modelo que por ra-
zones de todos conocidas fueron
susoendldas las visitas regla-
mentarias aue se hacen en la
mencionada crcel.
En vista de aue ha pasado ya
la emergencia que afectaba a la
Crcel Modelo, se permitir el
domingo 27 de mayo visitar a los
detenidos recluidos en la Crcel
Modelo Dor delitos comunes, sin
Los Diputados se
hallan divididos
en este asunto
Afirman unos que no
quieren asumir la res-
ponsabilidad histrica
de lo que ocurra
Se tiene entendido que el Dr.
Amulfo Arlas no comparecer
maana a la audiencia de su
causa, tal como se desprende en
la revocatoria del poder confe-
rido al Dr. Lasso de la Vea,
aunque entre los diputados se
discuta esta maana sobre su
comparecencia, estando las o-
pinloncs divididas hasta el mo-
mento de entrar en prensa este
diario.
Algunos diputados sostienen
que no se puede celebrar au-
diencia con ausencia del acuan-
tio y en cambio otros alegan
;ue es tremenda la responsabi-
lidad histrica que pesa soure
i a Cmara en caso de que com-
parezca el Dr Arnulfo Arias y
se provoquen ectos de violencia
en la audiencia. El Diputado
Marcos Robles dijo que tu opi-
nin personal es que si el Dr.
Arlas desea concurrir a la au-
diencia la Asamblea debe de
admitir su presencia en el seno
dt la Cmara o que si el Doctor
Arlas, por el contrario, se nie-
ga a ir, le debe respetar su
decisin.
"Es falso que el gobierno ha-
ya pensado en distar rdenes de
detencin preventiva de,elemen-
tos politico* con motivo da la
sesin de la Asamblea Neetonel
Zf?L7&>? Cerrarn maana
form a este diario un vocero
autorizado del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia.
Esta declaracin fu hecha en
vista de los rumores aue han es-
tado circulando, tanto en la ca-
oital como en el interior de la
Repblica, indicando aue las au-
.i-am. m Pat Col n
Educacin suspende fodos
los Contratos que no se
dieron por Licitacin
El Ministerio de Educacin Informa en la maana de
hoy que se habla procedido a suspender todos los contratos
que estaban en tramitacin en el Ministerio y que no ha-
ban sido adjudicados mediante licitacin pblica. Al efec-
to dict el siguiente comunicado:
El Ministerio de Educacin con el propsito de dar ple-
na vigencia a la Constitucin jr Leyes de la Repblica, anun-
cia aue en todas las compras de materiales, mobiliarios, etc.,
ara el Ministerio se adoptar el sistema de licitacin p-
blica.El Ministerio concepta que la adquisicin de bienes
para el Estado, mediante licitacin, representa una mejor
inversin, mayor garanta y eficiencia.
En consecuencia, el artculo 22 de In Constitucin Na-
cional y el captulo IV del Cdigo Fiscal sern debidamen-
te acatados.
Aprovecha la oportunidad el Ministerio para expresar
que vedas las operaciones aue en la actualidad se encuen-
tran en tramitacin, y que no han llenado los requisitos e-
xigidos por la Ley. quedan anuladas.Tales operaciones son
las que no han recibido la debida aprobacin del Ejecutivo.
Panam, Mayo 24 de 1951.
Piden cooperacin con la
Asamblea los educadores
las oficinas del
Gobierno aqu
La Presidencia de la Rep-
blica ha dado a publicidad el
siguiente comunicado:
"En vista de que el proceso
Jpe se seguir al doctor Arnul-
e Arias no tiene precedentes en
la Histeria Republicana y de
Jae ea evidente el desea de los
endonarlos pblicos de seguir
el curso del mismo, los despa-
chos oficiales permanecern ce
rradoe dorante el da de ma
aa. Las laboree regulares de
esos mismos despachos se rea-
nudarn el sbado en la ma-
ana.
Panam, mayo Z4 de 1951
Alclbiades Arosemena,
Presidente.
3. M. Vrela,
Secretarlo General.
clones de enfermera, siempre el permiso reglamentario acos-
!- la P rol vi tumbrado.
El descubridor del 'Krebiozen'
ir a Ro de Janeiro a tratar
personalmente al Dr. Laureano
Vega Mndez dice
que es falsa una
noticia publicada
"Es totalmente falsa la Infor-
macin dada a la prensa por
un seudoperlodista de que yo.
ngel Vega Mndez, recibiera
un telefonazo del Licenciado
Juan de Dios Poveda, Impar-
tindome orden de que usara
a los detenidos polticos como
carne de can, lo que me ne-
gu a cumplir, motivo por el
cual estos seores prcticamen-
te me deben la vida.
No haba dado contestacin a
las malvolas afirmaciones de
este seor porque en realidad
no me ocupo de leer sus cr-
nicas desabridas. 81 no hubie-
ra sido porque un amito me
Euso al corriente de tal pu-
licacin. sta habra pasado
desapercibida de parte de mi
persona.
Para que el pblico conozca
lo tendencioso e infame de las
I clebres crnicas relacionadas
Icon los acontecimientos del 9
\J 10 del presente mes, declaro
(Pasa nt Pe*, e. ce*. 1*
RIO DE JANEIRO, Mayo M
(UP) La esposa del Dr. Na-
poleao Laureano, vctima del
cncer, dijo que el Dr. Stevan
Durovic, descubridor del "Kre-
blozen" anunci que llegar a
Rio de Janeiro la prxima se-
mana para atender, personal-
mente, el caso del Dr. Laureano
La Sra. de Laureano dijo que
se haba comunicado con Du-
rovic en Chicago y que ste le
habla informado que ya haba
enviado una cantidad adiciona
de suero v que l personalmente
ira al Brasil y esperaba llegar
el Lunes o Martes.
, XI Dr. Durovic autoriz que
se continuara el tratamiento de
"Kreblozen" con inyecciones a
Intervalos de 12 y 14 das, y Jos
mdicos esperan la llegada del
suero para continuar con las
inyecciones.
Mientras tanto, al Dr. Lau-
reano se le hizo una transfu-
sin de sangre anoche, despus
que ste hubo empeorado du-
rante l da de ayer. Le trans-
fusin de sangre ha sido la
primera que se le hace al Dr
Laureano desde que se le apli-
c la tercera Inyeccin de "Kre-
blozen" el lo. de Mayo
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23,700
Los educadores han dado a
publicidad el siguiente comuni-
cado:
Comunicado de les educadores
"El Magisterio Panameo U-
nldo", la Asociacin de Profeao-
res de la Repblica, eJLCupmo
de Inspectores de EdueSeWsry
la Asociacin de Estudiantes del
Instituto de Verano, aue presta-
ron con alto sentido de respon-
sabilidad, como educadores, su
concurso en la Jomada elvlca
iniciada el dia 8 d Mayo co-
rriente, cumplen con el Ineludi-
ble deber de hacer or nueva-
mente su voz, en vsperas del
dia trascendental en que por
mandato del Estatuto y de la
voluntad del pueblo soberano, la
mxima representacin popular,
convertida en Tribunal de Jus-
ticia, juzgar al mandatario que
salido de sus atribuciones, ech
por tierra las normas constitu-
cionales y legales que haba ju-
rado cumplir al asumir el ejer-
cicio de su alta Investidura,
"Los educadores que, al lado
v n fraternal abrazo con los
hombres y mujeres de Panam,
lucharon por la preservacin y
afirmacin de la libertad para
ellos y para sus descendientes,
no pueden permanecer Inactivos
ante los hechos que constitui-
rn el ltimo y definitivo capi-
tulo de la patritica gesta cvi-
ca de Mayo.
"Conscientes, pues, de nues-
tras obligaciones como orienta-
dores de la juventud en los as-
pectos lntelectaul. moral v eivi-
co de la educacin v convenc- bidente del
dos de la significacin aue el Queuille.
acto de maana envuelve para
la vida Institucional de Panam
y para la tradicin democrtica
de los pueblos de Amrica, ex-
citamos a todos los trabajado-
res de al enseanza de la Re-
pblica a cooperar para aue la
Asamblea Nacional ratifique la
voluntad popular claramente
manifestada durante los dias o-
cho, nueve v diez de Mayo y
aue culmin con la vuelta a la
normalidad constitucional.
Panam, 23 de Mayo de 1951.
"Por Magisterio Panameo U-
nide.
Ins Gutsmer.
Por la Asociacin de Profeso-
res de la Repblica,
Jos del C. Leseando.
"Por el Cuerpo de Profesores
de la Repblica,
Ovidio de Lean.
"Por el Instituto de Verano,
Teodoro Vlilarru.
Aprob presupuesto
el gobierno francs
PARIS, Mayo 24 emblea Nacional aprob el pre-
supuesto de 1951 por dos billo-
nes 64S millones de francos y
clausur el porodo de sesiones
en anticipacin a las eleccio-
nes de 17 de Junio.
El gigantesco presupuesto se
aprob despus de todo un dia
de maniobras paramlentarias y
exhortaciones ardientes del pro-
Consejo, Hej.ri
El procedimiento
de la audiencia
se ha acordado
Comenzar a las ocho de
la maana y slo se
entrar con pases
La Comisin Investigadora de-
signada por la Asamblea Na-
cional para instruir las suma-
rias contra el doctor Arnulfo
Arlas por extrallmitacln de
funciones pblicas e integrada
por los HH DD. Lorenzo Ba-
rraza, Heracllo Barletta y Mar-
cos Robles, dio trmino esta
maana, a sus labores de in-
vestigacin. Un vocero de esa
Comisin inform a EL PA-
NAMA AMERICA que el infor-
me de rigor, que en este caso
hace las veces de vista fiscal, y
ue recoge el concepto de la
Comisin sobre las sumarlas
Instruidas, est ya confecciona-
do y listo para ser entregado
a la Asamblea Nacional al ini-
ciarse maana la sesin anun-
ciada.
II doctor Felipe Juan Esco-
bar se constituy acusador par-
ticular del doctor Arnulfo Arla*
y tom esta maana posesin
de su cargo. El doctor Escobar
habla presentado el da 8 de
mayo ltimo una denuncia a
la Corte Suprema de Justicia
contra el doctor Arnulfo Arlas
por extrallmitacln de funcio-
nes y por Intento de Impedir
el funcionamiento de loe r-
ganos del Estado. La Corte Su-
prema remiti ayer la denun-
cia mencionada a la Asamblea
Nacional donde cursaba otra
denuncia presentada por el Lie.
Elias Ramos Mrquez y con-
siderada por ste como una a-
cusacln constituida, pero que
(Pasa a la Pg. 6, col. 7)
El Presidente Truman pide al
Congreso 8.500 millones de
dlares para comprar armas
WAHINGTON, Mayo 24 (UP) El Presidente Tru-
man^ en un mensaje de 6,000 palabras al Congreso, pidi
*,3W millones de dlares para proporcionarle tanques,
caones, aviones y ayuda econmica a las naciones libres
paro que puedan hacerle frente "al terrible peligro de una
agresin comunista".
La suma incluye 22 millones
de dlares para la ayuda eco-
nmica y 40 millones para la
ayuda militar a Latino Am-
rica. El mensaje no incluan un
detalle, pas por pas, de las
sumas.
Del total. 8250 millones de d-
lares sern para ayuda militar
y 2,250 milloneo para ayuda
econmica. Esta es la mayor
suma que se ha pedido para
tal ayuda que comienza el lo.
de Julio.
Adems Truman pidi que
se apropien mil millones de d-
lares ms para aumentar el
poder de prestamos del Export
and Import Bank.
Truman expres firmemente
su temor de una tercera gue-
rra mundial convierta a Esta-
dos Unidos en un campo de
batalla, agregando que una
tercera guerra mundial nos ha-
ra retroceder a la poca de
est usando todo su poder pa-
ra evitarla.
Truman dijo que nada en sa
vida ni en la administracin
le importa tanto como el evitar
otra guerra mundial.
Hablando con emocin, dijo
Jue est confiado en que la po-
tlca que est siguiendo es la
correcta para promover la paz,
y que el pueblo de su pas y
del mund osaben que esta ee
la poltica correcta.
Truman sigui diciendo: "Coa
este programa de ayuda al es-
fuerzo total del mundo libre,
nos estamos moviendo rpida-
mente hacia una situacin qua
nos dar una razonable seguri-
dad contra la agresin".
"(Nosotros no podemos ganar,
la paz por medio del apacigua-
miento, ni podemos obtener
nuestra segulridad por metilo)
del aislamiento. Nosotros no
las cavernas, y por lo tanto.'nos rendiremos"
Se revisan todos
los prstamos del
Seguro Social
Una cuidadosa revisin ue
se adelanta en el Departamen-
to de Prstamos de la Caja del
Seguro Social, para determinar
si los prstamos concedidos per
ese Departamento llenan todos
los requisitos exigidos por los
reglamentos respectivos, esta-
bleci numerosos irregularida-
des en so otorgamiento.
Hasta ahora se han descu-
bierto seis casos de prstamos
concedidos a personajes influ-
yentes en la pasada adminis-
tracin sin Uenar requisitos
fundamentales exigidos por les
reglamentos de prstamo.
' Sobre este particular nos In-
form la Gerencia que sern
suspendidos todos los prstamos
concedidos en forma Irregular.
Siguen creciendo las huelgas
en Espaa mientras el Gbno.
anuncia medidas drsticas
Madrid.. Mayas* fu?) .r^Tiunque las autoridades del **>
Fuentes fidedigtias di Ran Se-
bastin dCCb que Jas ,' ;-Jts.s n
> Provincia de Guipzcoa au-
mentaron todo el dia.
Las huelgas comenzaron ayer
en las poblaciones de El bar,
Placencla, Elgolbar y hoy se ex-
tendieron a Mondragn y toda-
va es imposible calcular en s-
te momento cuntos trabajado-
res hay afectados.
Elbar es un famoso centro
productor de armas de fugo
asi como de bicicletas y mic,ui-
tuu de coser. Los trabajadores
de la fbrica de mquina de
coser "Alia" que no pararon a-
yer, se unieron hoy a la huelga.
No se registraron incidentes
pero se espera que las autorida-
des gubernamentales adopten
medidas severisimas a menos
que los obreros vuelvan inme-
diatamente a su trabajo.
Se cree que las huelgas en
Guipzcoa renacieron por soli-
daridad con la de resistencia
pasiva de ayer en Madrid.
Las otras huelgas al norte di
Espaa son una nueva protesta
contra la caresta de la vldn, I
bajo mantienen que los >io
tienen -spiracln pqlUc* Be
le sepe!.' i*t<**a vaerosY asi co-
mo de exilados vascos en Bu-
fona, Prancla. .'
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Enfermeras del
Panam se unen
a una protesta
..Lee suscritas enfermeras del
Hospital de Panam expresan
por este medio su ms pro-
funda indignacin por actua-
cin injusta y malvola a la
Srta. Martina Guerrera por el ;
periodista 8r Jacinto Faenlet '
nos unimos a la protesta ge- ,
neral del cuerpo de enferme-
ras del Hospital Santo Tomas.
Enid de Prosperl, Angela K.
de Grimas, Raquel Bars I lo,
Carmen Montte, Concepcin '
George Maria Elena Vlggau.il
de Ramrez, Lilia Larde.
Los Comunistas Chinos han sufrido ms
de 150.000 bajas durante la ofensiva
El ex/70 inicial
se convirti en
una gran derrota
TOKIO. Mayo 24 (UP)
Fuentes bien informadas, pero
no oficiales, dijeron que los co-
munistas han sufrido 133,000
oajas en su ofensiva de prime-
ra 80,000 en la segunda fase
El General Van Fleet dijo q~e
J "enemigo ha sido derrotac.o
.severamente y su xito inicial,
on proundas penetraciones, ha
ido convertido en una derro-
ta completa'.
Los despachos del frente pre-
sentan el siguiente panorama;
Frenic Occidental: Las pa-
trullas surcoreanaa avanzaron
a travs de Keasong, 35 mlias
al nor-oeste de Sel y cruzaren
el Paralelo 38, millas y meo;a
al norte. Las fuerzas norteame-
ricanas al norte y nor-este de
Sel se colocaron a unas one-:
millas del Paralelo.
Frente Occidental Central:
Estudian en Londres un nuevo.
cdigo de tica periodstica
I Una fuerza blindada atraves
... noln" -f*a.n dUo W a Wong, el cual cay en ma-
mente bien hoy. (Fmb m u pg^m f celases )
_j LNpRES, Mayo 24 (UP)El cuarto congreso anual de la
Federacin Internacional do Editores de Peridicos consider un
nmtrS, e*1*0 fl tica para Informacin y prensa.
El informe fu ledo per D. H. Schneider, Director de Comu-
nicaciones de la Organizacin Econmica. Social y Cultural de las
aciones Unidas, en 1 segunda sesin de trabajo del congreso,
inaugurado ayer. El discurso de Schneider a 148 delegados de
trece pases se bas en un estudio de Jacques Bourquln de Salsa,
i. nH pW' lM delegados que estudien los proyectas de
aciones CnMas sobre v formulen contra-propuestas para so-
meterlas atas Naciones Unidas. Entre ellas figuran:
i' Todas tas personas que recojan y distribuyan noticias de-
prebar teda informacin que sea ddete y no presentarla
*5_?M' haberte comprobado.
u-slT rrmt'n de cumplir su misin democrticamente y a-
ltnt*f. taexpresln de la opinion pblica.
ertad "*< r*B*tar el derecho de todas las persona, a la U-
rt-.4ii /** f,nntarn le violencia ni perjudicarn la Indepen-
dencia de otro pas.
feeloeaLD'b* k"*r*mne ' derecho al Incgnita y el secrete pre-
nU_fi U calumnia, difamacin, injuria y falso testimonie y
! SIL"* 'neas profesionales.
-u.. -_Tf*** Ba^bermer, Presidente de la Asociacin de Pre-
fa Peridicos dijo ue la libertad de rense es ms las-
hlS^,Be ***** *** libertades. "SI no hacis crtica al Ge-
'> conseguiris la dictadura", dijo el Vizconde.
Estn haciendo de
las suyas en Coln
los maleantes
COLON, mayo 24. (RCS).
Pronta reorganizacin de la Po-
lica Secreta es necesaria en
esta ciudad. Durante estos l-
timos dias numerosas perso-
nas han sido victimas de robo
y atracos a plena luz del dia.
Estamos en condiciones de in-
formar que estos actos se estn
registrando en la Avenida Bal-
boa y por los alrededores del
mercado pblico.
Segn pudo informarse este
corresponsal, los cacos han
puesto en prctica una nueva
trampa, esta consiste en dar
por perdidas algunas pertenen-
cias que stos poseen y luego,
a la persona que tengan por de-
lante la acusan de habrselo
hurtado, motivo por el cual es-
te seor o seora que no se d
cuenta que estos son los ladro-
nes quieren denunciarles su
Inocencia, mostrando carteras
y otros documentos que llevan
consigo, demostrando que no
son responsables del delito, por
el cual m le acusa,
Triunfan en la Feria de Coln'
el Cortijo Espaol y el Boho
del Magisterio Panameo Unido*
COLON, mayo 24. (RPA).
Un Jurado Integrado por los
seores Carlos Moynes v., J. J.
Scker y Carlos Vlllalaz, proce-
di ayer en la tarde a selec-
cionar a los mejores pabello-
nes y bohos establecidos en
la Feria de Coln.
El primer premio de los pa-
bellones de la seccin extran-
jera fue otorgado al cortijo es-
paol, magnficamente cons-
truido por el Ing. Hiplito Fer-
nndez. La pagoda china mere-
ci el segundo lugar, en tanto
to que el Tah-Mahal hind
ocup el tercer puesto.
Entre los bohos, el jurado
concedi el primer puesto al
del Magisterio Panameo Uni-
do y el segundo al de los In-
dios de San Blas. El Jurado
en su Informe solicit mencio-
nes honorficas para el resto
de los pabellones, a saber el
de Grecia y el Italiano.
No tiene ningn
nexo poltico la
Unin de Mujeres
Para la prensa se
dar el Domingo
"Tarde de Toros"
En honor de SE Sr. Eduardo
Morillo Safa, Embajador de M-
xico en Panam, y con la asis-
tencia de los miembros de- la
prensa local y otras persona-
lidades cvicas, ser exhibida
en preview" especial, la gran
pelcula de ambiente taurino:
"Tarde de Toros", el domingo
a las 1 ajn. en el Teatro Ce-
cilia.
La Unin de Mujeres Istme-
as nos ha trado para su pe*
bligacin la siguiente aclara-
cin :
ACLARACIN
En referencia a resea apa-'
recida ayer en este peridico
sobre la asamblea de mujeres
celebrada en el Paraninfo de
la Universidad de Panam, la
Unin de Mujeres Istmeas (U*
M. I.) hace la siguiente aeett
racin: La Unin de MujesB
istmeas ha nacido del anber
sincero de consolidar las fuer-
zas espirituales femeninas ea
un frente comn de regenera-
cin nacional. No est vincula-
da a ningn partido politice ea
particular ni puede ella con-
vertirse en partido politico, per
prohibicin expresa de la Coas.
litacin. Sus miembros, per le
tanto, no representan partido
alguno. La UMI hace un llama-
de a todas las mujeres sos
distincin de partido a unirse
como en solo has.
Kl Comit Ejecutivo ae I
Unin Se Mujeres Istmeas,
Georgina Jimnez de Lepes
Luisa Aguilera Patiie
Blgica I. de Mor a lee
Otilia dq Tejeira.


MU IN A DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES, MATO 24, MM
PanamaAmrtca
MUM INDtriNMBNlV
HAMMOOIO IAa. o.too
DITCH* PANAMA AMBICA. A.
TlLION t-74 :eiNTl P-HIVVD.1 APAUTADO POfTAl NO. IS
IN OU MU.!*!* OITUAOO IN 1A CIUO
JOAO. CALL! H. NO 8'
SE HA SIMPLIFICADO EL PROCESO
Habiendo decidido el Dr. Arnulfo Arias abs-
tenerse de interponer defensa alguna ante la Asam-
blea Nacional por razn del juicio que se le sigue
por extralimitacin de funciones, es evidente que
ge ha simplicado mucho trmite en lo que se rela-
ciona al enjuiciamiento referido. De manera que
el rgano Legislativo del Estadoesta vez en el
desempeo de funciones judiciales podr actuar
aparentemente con mayor comodidad aun cuando en
el fondo, el hecho de que el acusado no se defen-
der, ello implica una mayor responsabilidad para
los Honorables Diputados quienes deben, en todo
momento, corresponder a la elevada misin que
dentro de nuestro sistema estatal les incumbe.
El problema que est por resolverse tiene, pues,
que tener un planteamiento meramente jurdico y,
dentro de esa disciplina, es de esperarse que la
Asamblea Nacional proceda con patriotismo y con
la seriedad que emana de su jerarqua a dictar el
fallo que considere aplicable de acuerdo con el man-
dato constitucional. Sobre la esencia del asunto alu-
dido "El Panam-Amrica" en reiteradas ocasiones
ha manifestado su opinin en forma absolutamen-
te clara.
Ojal que junto con la aclaracin de este pro-
blema que est esperando el fallo de la Asamblea
el pas inicie un programa de reorganizacin gene-
ral a base del respeto a nuestras instituciones de-
mocrticas y con el elevado propsito del ms efec-
tivo engrandecimiento nacional. Se sabe que la ta-
rea de encauzar la vida del pas por los senderos
del progreso espiritual y material requiere una de-
terminacin que est por encima de consideracio-
nes secundarias para poder resolver los problemas
"que an estn frente al pueblo panameo.
Es de desearse que esta campaa que podra-
mos llamar depuradora se realice con un criterio
inspirado en el ms sano civismo sin interferencias
de consignas banderizas o de intereses personales.
La experiencia de las estas cvicas de nuestro
pueblos en los ltimos aos est demostrando que
la comunidad s puede cambiar el panorama na-
cional en circunstancias extremas. Pero tambin se
sabe por esa misma experiencia que estos triunfos
populares se logren mediante heroicos sacrificios de
Humildes y sinceros ciudadanos "panameos.
Que se medite bien todo lo que se relaciona
con la integridad de la Repblica desde el punto
de vista institucional para que no se arrojen som-
bras sobre el futuro de nuestro pas, son los de-
seos que palpitan en los sectores de la comunidad
en donde solamente privan las intenciones patri-
ticas.
^Amor u f-'odt
er
La Historia de Juan y Eva
a*
DIVERSIDAD DE PAS AM A
CONCURSO DE CTEDRA
La Universidad de Panam abre a concurso las ctedras
de: Lgica. 3 horas; Literatura Panamea, 3 horas; Latn,
6 horas. Los Interesados deben presentar a la Junta Admi-
nistrativa los documentos que posean, comprobatorios de su
preparacin e idoneidad, acompaados de una breve nota
descriptiva de los mismos, que pueda servir de guia para su
mejor apreciacin y estudio. Debe, en todo "caso, comprobarse
la realizacin de studios en la disciplina que se pretende
ensear.
En la Secretara de la Universidad se entregan de 9 a 12
y de 3 a 6 p.m. los formularlos que deben llenar los parti-
cipantes. El concurso estar abierto hasta el dia 27 de mayo
a las 5 p.m.
Panam, 21 de mayo de 1951.
SECRETARIO GENERAL DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
fijo le gustaran me/or los
ricos melocotones BIRDS EYE?
tU bay eaaporjicio
Usted paga solamente
boi lo auc consuma.
A manos de Juan Pern pe-
reci en la semana pasada "La
Prensa", el gran diario inde-
pendiente de Buenos Aires. El
congreso argentino lo expropi
a puollrazos y segn las pro-
pias palabras de Pern, "lo
entreg a los obreros para que
hagan de l el uso que a bien
tengan". "La Prensa aparece-
r pronto como vocero de la
Confederacin General del Tra-
bajo, controlada absolutamente
por el peronismo.
Desde su balcn favorito del
palacio de gobierno de Buenos
Aires, Pern vocifer: "Ese pe-
ridico, que durante Untos aos
explot a los obreros y a los
pobres, que fue un refinado.ins-
trumento al servicio de los ex-
plotadores nacionales e Interna-
cionales de nuestra patria en
el ms grosero acto de traicin,
pagar sus crmenes sirviendo
a los trabajadores y defendien-
do sus conquistas y derechos.
Asi lo ha querido la Ubre y
soberana decisin del pueblo ar-
gentino".
De esta manera Juan Pern
ha exhibido un rasgo que lo
distingue de los dems dicta-
dores. El presidente de la Ar-
gentina, elegido legalmente, tie-
ne un apasionado apego al le-
galismo. Apelar a todos los
medios, an los ms hilarantes,
Sra lograr sus fines en forma
;al. Consiguientemente, sus
cinco aos de gobierno se han
sealado por una sorprendente
ausencia de violencia: su fr-
mula ha consistido en un no-
venta por ciento de disimulo y
en un diez por ciento de pu-
al.
Aunque Pern maneja un Es-
tado esencialmente modelado
segn el clsico patrn nazi-
fascista, su rgimen es diferen-
te en ms de un aspecto tras-
cendental. El apuesto y corpu-
lento dictador, cuya figura em-
pieza ya a ganar el peso propio
de la edad madura (55 aos),
no gobierna solo. En esa tarea
lo acompaa su rutilante es-
posa Evita, una mujer.de 1.80
de estatura, plida, ojinegra,
rubia y de 32 aos de edad.
Esa dictadura de marido y mu-
jer tiene pocos antecedentes.
Algunos han recordado a pro-
psito de ella el reinado dual
de Fernando e Isabel, en Es-
paa. Acaso el paralelo hist-
rico ouede establecerse meior
con Justiniano. el emperador
romano de Orient, quien con-
trajo matrimonio con Teodora,
ex-actriz y acaso la mujer ms
bella de Bizanclo... y la entro-
niz a su lado como co-gober-
nadora.
Pern suele pensar a este res-
pecto en trminos histricos
ms recientes. Alguna vez de-
clar: "Mussolini es el ms
grande hombre de nuestro si-
glo, pero cometi algunos erro-
res desastrosos, o. que tengo la-
ventaja de su ejemplo, seguir
sus pasos pero evitar sus ye-
rros". Hasta el momento eso
es. en realidad, lo que ha he-
cho Pern. Su rgimen tiene
todas las caractersticas totali-
tarias: nacionalismo extremado,
el concepto del caudillo, el es-
tado todopoderoso, un solo Dar-
lid militante, intolerancia de a
oposicin y conservacin de la
forma democrtica, pero sin
sustancal alguna. Pero Juan Pe-
rn no ha Imitado an a Mus-
solini en materia de violencia
v exceso de confianza. El y su
esposa Droceden a veces con es-
pasmdica lncertldumbre que
revela de habilidad para el go-
bierno de un pas tan vasto y
cierta nerviosidad inspirada pol-
las fuerzas que controlan.
La buena tierra
Argentina es pare talmente
resDonsable de ello. Es un pas
alejado de las grandes poten-
cias. En las riberas del Pla-
ta, su gran rio y uno de los
mavores del mundo, la capa ve-
getal de la pampa alcanza oca-
sionalmente un espesor de mas
de tres metros. Argentina re-
nueva automticamente su fa-
bulosa riqueza agrcola y ga-
nadera en cada ciclo de esta-
ciones y ninguna administra-
cin, por psima que sea. cons-
tituye formidable amenaza de
ruina. Cualquiera puede hacer-
se servir como almuereo un
enorme biftec, por slo 75 cen-
tavos. Los argentinos de as-
cendencia espaola" e Italiana
principalmente, aceptan su bue-
na fortuna con digna compla-
cencia. Hace 81 aos que no
saben lo que es una guerra.
No son gente que se deje lle-
var a aventuras de conquista:
pero mientras la buena vida
se mantenga en el pas en un
nivel razonable es muy proba-
ble que puedan alzarse contra
los Perones.
Hijo de un alguacil y biz-
PRENSADILLA
. Por Aldor
nielo de un senador sardo cu-
yo apellido pudo haber sido Pe-1
ronl, Juan Pern naci en Lo-
bos, a unos cien kilmetros al
Sur de Buenos Aires, en ple-
na pampa. La infancia y la
adolescencia vividas al aire li-
bre hicieron de l un depor-
tista sobresaliente. A los 16
aos Ingres a la Academia
Militar. Fue all campen de
esgrima y uno de los tirado-
res de mejor puntera. Envia-
do a Italia como adjunto poco
antes del estallido de la Se-
gunda Guerra Mundial, se en-
tusiasm con el fascismo, es-
qui con loe regimientos alpi-
nos y oy al Duce perorarse
desde su tribuna.
De vuelta a la Argentina con-
tribuy a la organizacin de un
grupo secreto de oflclaes, el
GOU, e Inici una cruzada "pro
renovacin espiritual". Loa ge-
nerales hicieron frente a la re-
volucin de 1943, en la que el
ejrcito derroc el rgimen de
terratenientes del a p o Hilado
partido conservador, pero el
coronel Pern, haciendo valer
su Influencia como amo del
GOU, asegur el xito de la re-
vuelta. Designado para ocupar
una posicin clave como era la
subsecretara de guerra. Pern
logr colocar al frente de los
puestos de mando de mayor
Importancia a sus amigos.
Lleg un dia en que el pre-
sidente Pedro Ramirez le man-
d a pedir al listo coronel que
renunciara. Pern respondi se-
camente al emisario: "Dgales
a los infelices que lo mandaron
que de aqu no me sacarn vi-
vo". Esa noche, seis individuos
GOU irrumpieron en el despa-
cho del General Ramirez y tras
de Intimidarlo con las bocas de
sus revlveres lo obligaron a
resignar sus poderes en un a-
gente de Pern, el general E-
delmlro Farrell. Pern, el ver-
dadero amo, fue designado vi-
cepresidente y ministro de gue-
rra- _,
Juan Pern era demasiado
astuto para seguir siendo slo
el hombre fuerte del ejercito,
y se dedic a edificar su po-
dero poltico. Muchas genera-
ciones de gobiernos con men-
talidad agrcola haban olvida-
do a los obreros mal remune-
rados. Despus de declarar que
era sindicalista. Pern cre un
ministerio del trabajo y comen-
z a cortejar a los miembros
de los sindicatos Beba con
ellos vinos baratos en los ba-
res del sector de los muelles.
Les hablaba en su propio Idio-
ma y prestaba mucha atencin
a tus palabras, Valindose de
la facultad legal del gobier-
no de nombrar interventores
en casi todas partes, a la ca-
beza de los sindicatos puso a
elementos que le eran incon-
dlclonalmente lale*.
. La buena compaa
A comienzos del otoo de 1945.
Juan Pern estaba observando
atentamente las posibilidades
de dos comicios presidenciales
de febrero siguiente. Pero ha-
ba terminado la Segunda Gue-
rra Mundial. Se produjo una
sbita marea democrtica ar-
gentina, que amenaz tragr-
selo. En la prensa, en la calle,
en las universidades, voces de
libertad acalladas, hasta enton-
ces por el estado de sitio Im-
puesto por la guerra, se oye-
ron de nuevo, y muy recia-
mente. Pern replic con el a-
rrefcto de mil liberales, conser-
vadores e Intelectuales. La ex-
plosin de la clera popular
determinada por esa medida o-
blig a Farrell a detener a Pe-
rn y a libertar a sus opo-
sitores. Despojado de sus ttu-
los, el coronel fue recluido en
la crcel de la isla de Martin
Oarcia. De acuerdo con lo usual
de la poltica latinoamericana.
Pern estaba perdido.
Pero entonces acudieron al
quite Evita y sus amigos del
movimiento obrero. Eva Duar-
te haba salido de una humil-
de casa de la rural Junn a
buscar medios de Iniciar una
carrera teatral en Buenos Al-
res. Aunque lnlclalmente slo
obtuvo pequeos papeles en la
radio y el cine, Ingres a cier-
tos sectores sociales y tuvo ms
de un amigo influyente. Una
noche de 1943 conoci a Juan
Pern, viudo en disponibilidad,
en una fiesta de radio. No
pas mucho tiempo sin que
el coronel Pern se trasteara
a un nuevo departamento en
i la elegante Calle Posadas. Eva
iDuarte tambin tenia all su
departamento. En cosa de po-
cas semanas el sueldo mensual
de Evita en la radio subi de
35 dlares a 6,000. Y sbita-
mente empez a interesarse por
el sindicalismo y organiz un
nuevo sindicato de artistas.
La noche del arresto de Pe-
rn. Evita y sus amigos empe-
zaron a ver la manera de li-
bertarlo. La oportunidad se pre-
sent cuando Pern fue lleva-
do al hospital militar de Bue-
nos Aires para un examen pul-
monar. A la maana siguiente
17 de octubre de 1945 unos
50,000 slndlcallzados partieron
en manifestacin desde el ba-
rrio de Avellaneda. Casi todos
iban sin saco y algunos bin
camisa. Desfilaron frente al
hospital y frente a palacio gri-
tando atronadoramnte: "Pay-
ron! Pay-ron!"
Como la polica y el ejrci-
to no actuaron, se tomaron la
ciudad. Por la noche, Pern
escap del hospital en un au-
tomvil. Luego apareci con el
presidente Farrel en la tribuna
de palacio. La muchedumbre
aplaudi rabiosamente. Un ves-
pertino haba publicado foto-
grafas de la manifestacin con
esta leyenda respectiva: "Los
descamisados que deambulan
por las calles". Pern hizo de
la despectiva expresin un ar-
ma, y exclam que querra es-
trechar a todos esos "desca-
misados" contra su pecho. Des-
de entonces las peronistas han
celebrado el dia de los "des-
camisados". Aquello fue para
Pern la marcha sobre Roma.
Cuatro dias despus Pern y
Evita contrajeron matrimonio
en una ceremonia civil, de ca-
rcter privado. Ella tena 26
aos y el 50.
El resto es historia dema-
siado reciente para contarla de
nuevo. Evita invierte anual-
mente unos 40,000 dlares en
lia compra de trajes de los me-
jores modistos de Paris. (El
sueldo oficial de Pero* es del
"Los Europeos no estn mentalmente;
preparados para la guerra 'Kennedy
Por PETER D. CABVAN
(N.A.N.A.)
NUEVA YORK, mayo 24 (EPS)"Estamos perdiendo la fie
, rra fra porque los pueblos de Europa no estn mentalmente pre*
parados para la misma", dijo Joseph P. Kennedy, ex embajador
de los Estados Unidos en la Gran Bretaa, en nna entrevista een-
t-edida con carcter exclusivo a este redactor, a su regresa de n
viaje por Europa. ._;
Hablando en detalle, el Sr. Kennedy dijo: "El problema a
que se enfrenta el general Eisenhower no es en realidad tanta
de hombres y dinero como de preparar a la gente es phitualmen
te. Eisenhower puede vestir de uniforme a sos hombres, per*
ann con la Inmensa popularidad de que gota entre los europeos.
se da cuenta de que puede hacer muy poco ms. ene preparar
mentalmente al pueblo.
"Se trata de una cuestin de libertad frente a esclavitud. Hay
ilgunos individuos en los pases europeos que prefieren ser a*
clavos a que se les bombardee. Puede vestirse de uniforme a los
hombres, pero no se les puede inculcar la volantad de pelear."
El Sr. Kennedy encontr que los europeos estn muy free*
ipados por la controversia que tiene lugar en torno a Truman
v MacArthur en los Estados Unidos. El hombre de la calle, per
una- parte, no puede comprender por qu pudo destituirse tan
sumariamente al hombre que convirti en aliado a un enemigo
implacable t impidi que los comunistas llevaran a cabo progre-
so alguno, como hizo MacArthur en el Japn, y todo ello con un
costo mnimo para el contribuyente norteamericano. Por otra
parte, los lderes V los pueblos de los pases visitados por el Sr.
Kennedy "se muestran preocupados por el hecho de que una gue-
rra con la China envolver al mundo entero en la contienda".
Temen tambin que Europa sea abandonada por lo que toca a
los esfuerzos defensivos, a pesar de las seguridades en contrario
dadas por el general Eisenhower.
"Los funcionarlos del gobierno v el hombre de la calle a*
mostraron profundamente preocupados por el efecto del progra-
ma de rearme ei. el mantenimiento de la democracia en sus res-
pectivos pases" revel el ex embajador norteamericano. "Con
el redoblamiento del esfuerzo defensivo, ser preciso aumentar
los controles cada vez ms, v los pueblos que estn pasando gran-
des necesidades sern presa fcil de las Ideas totalitarias."
El Sr. Kennedy opin que haba una clara tendencia hacia la
derecha entre las naciones de la Europa occidental. Predijo que
el general Charles de Gaulle recibira una gran cantidad de vo-
tos en las prximas elecciones francesas. Se mostr seguro tam-
bin de que el primer ministro Alcide de Gasneri no podra man-
tener unido el gobierne de coalicin en Italia.
El serlo cisma que existe entre el presidente Truman y el
general MacArthur. que comprende prcticamente a todo el mun-
do en las Estados Unidos, ha obstaculizado gravemente los es-
fuerzos defensivos de Europa, en opinin del Sr. Kennedy. La
naciones europeas creen que no pueden contar ya con un since-
io respaldo para su defensa, si MacArthur est en lo cierto. Tam-
poco pueden contar con una poltica consistente, de parte del go-
bierno norteamericano, cuando se dejan escuchar tantas voces.
Cree el Sr. Kennedy que los Estados Unidos estn perdiendo)
la guerra fra porque este pas no est combatiendo una filoso-
fa materialista con un contraataque espiritual. No hay corres-
pondencia entre el concepto que los norteamericanos tienen da
los problemas mundiales v el que tienen los europeos, opina l
"Nuestros intentos por ganrnoslos como aliados, proporcio-
nndoles beneficios materiales, no pueden tener xito", declar-
el Sr. Kennedy.
"Adems, no hemos logrado comprender en absoluto que exis-
te en toda Europa un fuerte sentimiento liberal que constituya .
una gran ventaja en la lucha contra el comunismo. Al tachar
dicho sentimiento de comunista, solo estamos convenciendo al
pueblo europeo de que los estamos empujando a la guerra."
Aunqae el Sr. Kennedy cree evidente que los norteamericanas
han estado perdiendo la guerra fra, particularmente debida a
las rias con sus aliados, cree l que el problema ofrece un as-
pecto alentador.
"El comunismo, fuera de la Unin Sovitica, se fragmentar
cada vez ms en movimientos nacionalistas," dijo. "Los france-
ses y los italianos han tratado ya de romper con la Idea del co-
munismo mundial." Fomentando movimientas como el de Tita sa-
dremos combatir a los comunistas en su propio traspatio, con-
cluy diciendo (1 ex embajador Kennedy.
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tinto de mantener buenas ro-
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len de noche; slo a ceremo-
nias oficiales. El presidente ha
sido siempre madrugador y un
hombre de gran capacidad de
trabajo. La presidenta lo Imita.
De tiempo en tiemno van a su
casa de campo, San Vicente,
donde Pern se pone unas bom-
bachas pamperas y se dedica a
cuidar de sus perros, avestru-
ces y pollos. Evita se pone unos
"slacks" y ocasionalmente entra
a la cocina a preparar una tor-
dilla.
Los que corren son das pro-
i vldencilinente definitivos para
! Evita. Otros peronistas pueden
seguir en el movimiento por-
que no pueden'salirse de l, pe-
i ro Evita cree a pie Juntlllas que
el rgimen de su marido es
una nueva fuerza revoluciona-
rla universal. Suele decir:
Me he dedicado fanticamente
a Pern y a los ideales pero-
nistas. Sin fanatismo es Impo-
sible hacer algo". En us dis-
cursos ha mencionado a su ma-
rido junto a Napolen y Ale-
jandro el Grande. Hace quin-
ce das lo compar nada desfa-
vorablemente, por cierto con
Jesucristo. A su lado, en la
tribuna, el general no cabla en
si de goza.
Instrumento de nofler
Pern declar recientemente
a un amigo: "Mis tres Instru-
mentos de poder son la con-
federacin general de trabaja-
dores, el partido peronista y. las
mujeres peronistas. A proposito
de esta declaracin hay que ha-
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mencion siquiera al ejrcito, y
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su marido.
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traerlos alternativamente. Nin-
guna de las dos actitudes re-
sult eficaz en el sentido de
impedir que los Perones con-
tinuaran la organizacin de un
Estado de tipo fascista. Ahora,
cuando la gran repblica nor-
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Un mundo sin dictadores es
lo que quieren los EE. UU.
El. Departamento de Estado
hace declaraciones en ese
sentido en forma terminante
El Sr. Francis H. Russell, Director de la Oficina
de Asuntos Pblicos del Departamento de Es-
tado expres esos conceptos en un discurso
Crtica Irn la infer vencin | No ha variado la poltica de los
SAN FRANCISCO, Mayo 22
(UBIS) Los Estados Unid
quieren un mundo "en el o al
ni la Unin Sovitica ni nin-
gn otro poder dicte cmo ue-
ben ser las cosas", ha declama-
do Francis H. Russell, Director
de la Oficina de Asuntos Pbli-
co del Departamento de Esta'1 \
En contraste con esta poltica
dijo Russell en un discurso picv
nunciado aqu durante el Un de
semana, la ambicin de la C-
iiin Sovitica es "eliminar lo-
d otra especie de existencia
humana", que no sea la suya
propia.
Russell habl en la Conven-
cin de la Hermandad de Olici-'
n.stas Ferroviario. Dijo que los
Estados Unidos no se opone a'<
comunismo por la sola razn de
que es un sistema econmico >
politico diferente. El puado le
hombres del Kiemln dijo, "es-
t dedicado a una conspiracin'
y ecta por medio del partiUo
comunista para Imponer su vo-
luntad al mundo libre. Sus ir.
tentos son los de acabar con to-
da clase de organizaciones, fiwr*
de los sindicatos obreros hajta
las Naciones Unidas mismas.
Crean el caos planeado y expo-
tan la necesidad, a fin de c,',
t< pueblo ceda en su desespera-
cin y siga a quienquiera qi'e
Its prometa, todo. Hacen us ci
la agresin cuando creen q ie
posible para lograr sus fi-'
Russell dijo que un factor im-
portante en la actual crUi*
mundial es el de contento y la
Sobreza existentes en algunas
c las zonas poco desarrolladas
del mundo. En un ejemplo ti-
pleo de las tcticas imperialis-
tas comunistas, los soviticos
han explotado el descontento eu
Cihna.
Ahora, dijo, "China es una a-
marga leccin para los pueoirs
deprimidos del mundo acerca
de lo que sucede cuando la es-
pada comunista conquista un
p&s, y las brillantes promets
resultan falsas. Las familias Ce
China estn sufriendo hoy di
tn cantidades aterradoras ias
prdidas que sobrevienen cuan-
ao los Jefes emunistas se hacen
del' poder y someten a los pue-
blos y hacen uso de ellos como
trampoln para nuevas conqule
tas de poder". ^^^
de los Estados Unidos en el
conflicto con Gran Bretaa
_
El Barco Hospital Jutlandia
es paraso de misericordia
para los heridos en la Corea
PARA EL FESTIVAL__Esta enorme cabeza adornar la en-
trada del "Festival de Gran Bretaa", en Londres, indicando a
los visitante* cmo trabaja la materia gris de los ingleses.
Se opone el Brasil a que se
controle la natalidad para
que se fomente la economa
TEHERAN, mayo 22. OJP1.
El Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Irn critic la ac-
tuacin de Cancillera de Esta-
dos Unidos en el problema pe-
trolero de Irn, al mismo tiem-
So que el Primer Ministro Mo-
amed Mossadegh, en declara-
cin evidentemente d i r i g Ida
contra la Gran Bretaa y Es-
tados Unidos, deca que muchos
Iranios viven como habitantes
de las caverna en tiempos pre-
histricos porque ciertos gobier-
nos obstruyen su programa de
reformas econmicas.
"Lamento decir que aquellos
gobiernos que, normalmente, son
amigos nuestros, han creado
ciertas dificultades y como con-
secuencia, no ae han podido to-
mar medidas preliminares de
reforma econmcla", dijo Mos-
sadegh en declaraciones a los
corresponsales de la prensa ex-
tranjera.
El Primer Ministro no iden-
tific a aquellos Gobiernos, pe-
ro los observadores creen que
se refera a la oposicin brit-
nica y norteamericana a 1 na-
cionalizacin de la "Anglo Ira-
nian Oil Co."
Por su parte, el Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores, Bagher
Kazemi. en nota entregada es-
ta tarde al Embalador norte-
americano Henry Grady. critic
la declaracin hecha por el De-
Por un Corresponsal Especial
de las Naciones Unidas
PUSAN Para los 300 solda-
dos que reciben atencin mdi-
ca y convalecen a bordo del "Ju-
tlandia" este barco hospital, con-
tribucin de Dinamarca al es-
fuerzo de las Naciones Unidas
para el restablecimiento de la
paz en Corea, es una especie de
paraso de misericordia.
El sargente Morello Morelll del
batalln francs expresa su a-
gradecimiento diciendo que el
cuidado que se le suministra a
bordo del "Jutlandia" es de lo
mejor. El sargento Morelll se re-
capera de una herida en la ma-
n. Declara el sargento que se
tes, Junto con el personal admi-
nistrativo, suman en total cien
personas. Todos son voluntarlos.
A bordo hay capacidad regular
para 300 pacientes. Pero en caso
de emergencia el barco est pre-
parado para hacerse cargo de
mayor nmero de enfermo. Du-
rante el primer mes de servicio
en aguas de Corea el "Jutlandia"
atendi alrededor de 500 solda-
dos heridos evacuados de las li-
neas de fuego.
El "Jutlandia" tiene tres gran-
des salas de- operaciones con una
cuarta de reserva para casos de
emergencia. Los cirujanos for-
man diversos grupos de especia-
lista que se dedican a la admi-
nistracin de determinados tipos
le ofreci a l la oportunidad de de ciruga, desde la ciruga mis-
lr. a Tokio para su convalescen- celnea general hasta la delica-
da paro que prefiri quedarse en
aguas de Corea a bordo del "Ju-
tlandia".
"El tratamiento que recibo a-
qui dice el sargento frances-
es perfecto. Adems me siento en
ef barco ms cerca de mi regi-
miento, al cual deseo regresar
tan pronto como sea posible".
Soldados de los catorce paises
que prestan servicios en Corea
bajo la bandera de las Naciones
Unidas, han recibido tratamien-
to a bordo del "Jutlandia". En
personal mdico y en equipo el
''Jutlandia" es la ltima palabra
en Dinamarca. Los cirujanos,
doctores, enfermeras y ayudan-
Oiemade
Pora quitar
manchas, es
piffi/las barros
upecasf
tema*** Plak
HOS PECAS'

i ajf Ut aceite dr apxiu.ift
da ciruga que afecta directa-
mente al sistema nervioso. El
barco cuenta adems con labora-
torios propios para toda clase de
anlisis clnicos y bacteriolgicos
Tiene tambin en constante o-
peracin un completo servicio
dental.
lia tripulacin es la misma que
trabajaba en el barco cuando el
"Jutlandia" hacia la carrera re-
gular de pasajeros entre Copen-
hague v Nueva York. En este res-
pecto los heridos reciben el mis-
mo respeto y cuidado que los
pasajeros transatlnticos.
Los alimento se preparan de
acuerdo a la tradicin de la ex-
celente cocina dinamarquesa. El
nico agregado que se ha hecho
al menu, para complacer a los
soldados acostumbrados a dieta
norteamericana, es aumentar la
porcin de ensalada y helados.
El barco se hizo a la mar en
Dinamarca con rumbo a Corea
trayendo a bordo alimento y
provisin de artculos mdicos en
sufilcente cantldac. para abaste-
Su hiaittir aje el taleo especial
pura nio I Ico Johnson. Ali-
via y evrta irritacio-
nes de la piel. Propor-
ciona alegra y como-
didad. Uie Johnson
usted tambin... Le
cncanta/!
cer todas las necesidades del bar-
co por un periodo de seis meses.
A medida que se vayan acaban-
do Dinamarca suministrara nue-
vos abastecimientos en artculos
alimenticios y mdicos.
Durante el periodo de conva-
lecencia los soldados de diversos
paises, que hablan lenguas di-
ferentes, fraternizan cambiando
mutuamente impresiones e In-
formaciones sobre sus lugares de
origen. .
Un artillero britnico que fue
herido en las lneas de fuego con
la Brigada No. 29, observa que a
bordo todo el mundo demuestra
un gran cordialidad. A medida
que los soldados se recuperan de
sus herida prestan ayuda a las
enfermera en la limpieza de las
salas de hospital y en el acarreo
de la comida a los soldados que
an no pueden levantarse de sus
camas.
El Comodoro Karl Hammerieh.
capitn del "Jutlandia", declara
que el barco representa en Co-
rea la contribucin de Dinamar-
ca a la accin colectiva de la
Naciones Unida contra la agre-
sin armada.
"Tenemos a bordo dice el Co-
modoro Hammerieh--- soldados
de los contingentes de todos los
pases que han contribuido tro-
pa al Comando Unificado. Nos
sentimos orgullosos de poder su-
ministrarles cualquier ayuda de
nuestra parte. Cuidando de los
heridos en la mejor forma que
nos es posible tratamos de hon-
rar la causa de las Naciones Uni-
das".
NUEVA YORK. Mayo 22 UP
El delegado del Brasil en la
Comisin de Empleo y Desarro-
llo Econmico de las Naciones
Unidas se opuso al control de la
natalidad como medida contri-
butiva al fomento econmico de
los paises poco desarrollados.
Jos Nnez Guimaraes, quien
preside la comisin, declar a la
Prensa Unida que su Gobierno
nunca apoyara una medida de
esta naturaleza por ser antl-ca-
tlica y repugnante.
Guimaraes hizo la declara-
cin al comentar el Informe so-
bre empleo y desarrollo econ-
mico, preparado por el Comit
de cinco peritos y en el que se
menciona el control de la nata-
lidad como posible factor en el
desarrollo de los pases super-
poblados.
Nez Guimaraes dijo que "la
civilizacin en el Brasil fu fun-
dada por misiones catlico y la
conciencia catlica de mi pas
encuentra repugnante toda alu-
sin, por Indirecta que sea, a
medidas tendientes a controlar
la natalidad, an en relacin
con su uso exclusivo en paises
super-poblados como los del Le-
jano Oriente".
El representante Brasileo a-
segur que no solo su pas, sino
todos los paises Latino-Ameri-
canos se opondran a las reco-
mendaciones sobre el control de
la natalidad "por discreta que
partamento de Estado hace dos
das sobre el problema del pe-
trleo.
La nota Irania deca que "a-*
hora que. la ley de nacionali-
zacin ha aldo aprobada y el
Gobierno tst obligado a poner-
la en vigor, la recomendacin
amistosa de, un Gobierno ex-
tranjero, no Importa la forma
que adopte, slo puede ser con-
siderada como una interven-
cin en los asuntos internos de
Irn".
Mossadegh Invit a los co-
rresponsables a .visitar el sur
de Irn para que vean las de-
plorables condiciones en que
dijo viven la mayora de los
Iranio.
Agreg que "hast a hace pocos
das mientra etaba en la mi-
noria del Parlamento, yo. como
representante del pueblo, no
poda hacer nada para aliviar
sus sufrimientos. Ahora que es-
toy en el poder como Jefe del
Gobierno, encuentro obstruidos
los caminos que conducen a la
eliminacin de sus sufrimien-
tos".
Mossadegh dijo .que l haba
esperado poder anunciar hoy
las medida preliminares del
programa de reformas econ-
micas, pero debido a dificulta-
des creadas por ciertos gobier-
no amigos, eso haba resultado
imposible.
Estados Unidos con respecto a la
China Comunista, dice Washington
WASHINGTON, Mayo 23.
(USI8> Todo intento de con-
vertir una reciente declaracin
sobre la poltica de los Estados
Unidos para con China en con-
clusiones de largo alcance rela-
cionadas con la guerra civil chi-
na es absolutamente injustifica-
do, expresa un informe dado por
el Departamento de Estado.
Al referirse al discurso pro-
nunciado el vierne en Nueva
York por Dean Rusk. Secretario
de Estado Auxiliar para los A-
suntos del Lejano Oriente, el De -
partamento expresa: "El objeto
del discurso fue hacer una de-
claracin de la honda v dura-
dera amistad entre los pueblos
chino v americano. la preocu.
clon del pueblo americano pe,
la preservacin de la indepen-
dencia e integridad de China, v
nuestra preocupacin por el sa-
crificio de chinos por lo Jefe
comunista en la lucha en Co*
rea".
Algunos crculos han interpre-
tado las observaciones de Ruslc
sobre la actitud del pueblo chir.u-
Dar con el rgimen de Peipn v
la continua ayuda de los Estado*
Unidos al gobierno naclonaliscf
ta en Formosa como tndlcactit'-
de cambio de poltica de los
tados Unidos con respecto a Chi-
na,
Es posible que las Naciones
Unidas reiteren nueva oferta
para suspender hostilidades
'Rusia est conociendo muchos
detalles de la poltica de los
Estados Unidos," Bradley
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la destitucin del General Dou-
glas MacArthur. y Oue quiz
este debate est "incitando in-
necesariamente a Rusia" a lan-
zarse a la uuerar.
Bradlev manifest que "creo
que es muv neliaroo para nues-
tra seguridad y para nuestro
pas tener que wmitlr qu* R li-
sia conozca todos nuestro pro-
psitos y plane, as como nues-
tra capacidad militar".
Sin embargo, el General, sea-
l que Investigaciones como la
que ahora ae realizan sqn pro-
pia del alaterna de Gobierno
norteamericano, porque el pue-
blo de los Estados Unidos insis-
te en tomar declslofte nor el
mismo v no delarlas a un grupo
de hombres "como lo del Krem-
lin"._______________________
sean".
Finaliz diciendo que "las con-
sideraciones morales y religio-
sa deben ser siempre superio-
res a otras por muy importan-
tes que sean los problema eco-
nmicos".
El General tambin revel que
4 Gobierne norteamericano ha
estado realizando constante-
mente gestiones para persuadir
a lo pases miembro de las
Naciones Unida oue enven ms
tropas a Corea.
Medida contra la
China comunista
se ha aprobado
PARIS, Mayo 23 (UP'Las
potencias occidentales le dijeron
sin rodeos a Rusia que el Pacto
del Atlntico y las bases norte-
americanas en Europa no se in-
cluirn en el programa de la
Conferencia de Ministro de Re-
laciones Exteriores de la cuatro
potencias.
Al mismo tiempo, los tras de-
legados occidentales informaron
al representante ruso. Andrei
Oromyko en su 58a. sesin, que-
aceptaran la frmula rusa de
Incluir la cuestin de la desmi-
litarizacin alemana.
El delegado francs Alexander
Parodi dijo oue la propuesta de
Incluir el Pacto del Atlntico v
las base norteamericanas, sim-
plemente "no era aceptable".
Ernest Davies de Oran Bretaa
NUEVA YORK. Mayo 23 (UP)
Las esferas norteamericanas
revelaron que es posible qu las
Naciones Unidas reiteren pron-
to su oferta para suspender las
hostilidades en Corea, creando
una zona desmilitarizada de 32
kilmetro de anchura al norte
del Paralelo 38 y a todo lo largo
del mismo.
Esa esferas dijeron que las
declaraciones hechas por el Ge-
neral Ornar Bradlev ante las
comisiones investigadoras del
Senado, ponen de relieve dos he-
chos importantes de la poltica
norteamericana.
Primero, que el llamado 'Plan
Gross-Crittenberger" para la
suspensin de hostilidades pre-
sentado por primera vez en di-
ciembre pasado, sigue expresan-
do adecuadamente lo condicio-
ne conforme a las cuales la
Naciones Unidas estaran dls-
ouestas a resolver el aspecto mi-
litar del problema coreano.
agreg que "no existe la posibi-
lidad" que se Incluyan ambos
asuntos.
La propuesta de transaccin
ofrecida nor Rusia en cuanto a
la desmilitarizacin de Alema-
nia. presentada el sbado por;
Gromyko. pide que el asunto i>e
sil iie en dos lugares del pro-
grama. En una. en donde lo de-1
sean lo rusos v en otro en don- .
de lo solicitan lo aliados.
En la larga controversia con,
"arodi. Gromyko dl.io una y d-
tra vez que las cuestione da,
bases v tratados deben incluirse .
en el programa como : 'clusula .
de desacuerdo" v delar que Mef n '
los CanclUeres. quienes decidan
si deben o no tratarlo.
El delegada norteamericano,
Philip Jessun: dijo oue la negati-
va de los delegado occidentales
de Incluir eso asuntos en el
programa se basaba no slo en
sus opiniones..sino en las de sus
Oobiernos. y "no existe razn
para someter el asunto a lo Mi-
nistros".
Segundo, que la oferta de ar-j
misticlo que 15 miembros de laar
Naciones Unidas pensaban ha-
cery que segn portavoces det
Gobierno norteamericano fu
frustrada por el General Dougla'
MacArthurpuede ser presen
tada oficialmente en breve.
La esfera informada dije-
ron que esa oferta para la con-
cert acin del armisticio incluir*
los principales detalles del plan
Gross-Crittenberger. El plan pa-
ra la suspensin de hostilidades
dado a conocer en diciembre pa-
sado, fue preparado por el del*}**,
gado norteamericano Eme a*
Gross v el Teniente General*
Willis Crittenberger.
Aquel plan dispona: 1> De-;
tencin de las fuerzas de Kt
Naciones Unidas en el Parale U
38: 2) Establecimiento de un*
zona desmilitarizada de 32 kil-
metros de anchura, cuyo limtv*.
meridional seria el Paralelo !.
3( Intercambio de observador**.'
para garantizar que nlneuna d#v
las parte se aprovechara de p.
suspensin de hostilidades paiw
mejorar su situacin tctica "
estratgica. 4> Prohibicin dev
que ambas partes aumenten sus
moldados o equipo militar en Ce"
rea.
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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMffilCA DIARIO WDEPBtOltNT
JUEVES. MAYO M, 1151
i i
Magnficos actos hubo en la
feria Agropecuaria de Coln
durante el da de ayer
COLON, mayo 24. El mar-
tes 32 a ls 7.80 de la noche,
sesion el Club de Leones en el
Campo de la Perla, teniendo in-
far la comida semanal, con a-
sistencla de todas las esposas
de los Leones, en el' precioso
pabelln que tiene el Magisterio
Panameo Unido. La comida
fue de platos tpicos paname-
os.
Despus de la comida, los ln
dios de San Blas realizaron su
bailes tpicos frente a dicho
pabelln en honor de los Leo-
nes. Una enorme concurrencia
u situ en los alrededores de
este pabelln presenciando el
espectculo de los indios, que
cada vez despierta mayor en-
tusiasmo e inters entre los vi-
sitantes a la Feria. Con este
motivo los concurrentes a la
feria volvieron a admirar y a
Ercdigar sus ms calurosas ala-
anzas al tpico pabelln del
Magisterio Panameo Unido,
que se puede considerar como
el ms plenamente realizado de
todos los pabellones de la Fe-
ria Este pabelln fue dirigido
y construido por el Mayor Pas-
tor Bamos J.. jefe de la se-
Irunda seccin de Polica en Co-
in, y constituye la muestra de
cmo debe construirse un pa-
belln con materiales rsticos
para esta clase de ferias
El da 25 a las 12 del da, el
prestigioso Club de Rotarlas ce-
lebrar tambin su reunin se-
vir esta comida, cocinada en
el pabelln que tiene en esta
Feria y servido en el Jardn
de la Cervecera Nacional.
El producto de las actividades
que realicen loe Rotarlos con
esta ocasin ser destinado a
los fondos de la Cruz Roja Na-
cional.
El 22 a laa 7.30 p.m. ae ce-
lebr en el jardn de la Cer-
vecera Nacional un baile tipl-
eo en honor de los miembros
de la prensa nacional con mo-
tivo de ser el da de la Perla
dedicado a los periodistas, en
agradecimiento de la decisiva
cooperacin que la prensa ha
dado a la feria.
El acto fue amenizado por
el conjunto Cejar, traido de
Panam con este exclusivo ob-
jeto. La Cervecera Nacional
obsequi a los asistentes al acto
esplndidamente.
A las tres de la tarde de
hoy Jueves, visitar oficialmen-
te la Feria, el General William
H. H. Morris, Comandante en
Jefe de la zona del Caribe, a-
compaado de su distinguida
esposa seora de Morris. El
ilustre visitante aera recibido
por el Comit Organizador de
la Perla en pleno y por las
esposas de los mismos.
Con este motivo se ofrecer
en honor del Cteneral Morris,
un brindis y se verificar un
legrara lainuicii ou i^i*<** *. . ------- .. ,1,7 ,__,,_
mrnal en el Camoo de la Fe- acto despus que visite los da-
ra. La Cruz Roja de Coln ser- tintos sectores de la Feria
El personal del Hospital de
Penonom elogia la labor del
Doctor Rodrguez Emiliani
Para quienes como el Ex-D'.-
i-ector de Salud Pblica, Doctor
oberto Sandoval, responsable
{recto de la Insoportable situa-
cin de tirantez e lncompren-
$,n existente entre la Admi-
nistradora del Hospital de Pe-
ril onom y el suscrito Director
Ldlco y para todas aquejas
jjersonas que conocen del Via
truel* que ese anormal y peli-
groso estado de cosas creado lu-
ficlonalmente ha constituido
ra la buena marcha de ase
stitucln y para la reputa-
cin de su Director, el docu-
mento que publicamos a con-
tinuacin, constituye un monu-
mento a nuestra modesta pero
ceshteresada y patritica lauor
al frente de la Direccin Mi-
ta del Hospital de Penonom.
A-Pllos1 y'con especialidad a
syjuellos elementos que en la
sembra se agitan para tratar de
demeritar esa labor, aprove-
chando la confusin reinante a
cutusa de los ltimos aconteci-
mientos polticos, para hacerme
Sano y difamarme, reconoclen-
b la lectura de ese documcn'o
Sue constituye el ms rotundo
sents a la campaa de dim-
anacin y de calumnias que se
fia venido gestando en contra
na desde que me encargu de
i Direccin del Hospital de Pe-
Monom.
Federico Rodrigues Emiliani
tenonom, Mayo 23 de 1151
Los suscritos. Administradora
Contable, Almacenista y Jefe de
farmacia respectivamente del
Hospital de Penenom, teniendo
en cuenta la campaa de difa-
macin que persona mal inten-
cionadas tratan de desatar en
contra del Dr. Federico Rodri-
guez Emiliani, Director del IIoi-
fiital. y para que se conocenn
lechos que deben ser conocidos
para que sirvan de ejemplo edi-
ficante a nuestra juventud, de-
jamos constancia expresa y oa-
jo la gravedad del Juramento
de lo siguiente:
1. Que para hacer factib'e
lt Iniciacin inmediata de los
servicios mdico aslstencia'es
del Hospital en Diciembre de
1950 el Dr. Rodriguez Emulan*
aport a esta Institucin, en ca-
sad de prstamo, valioso in-
Sumental de ciruga, equipo de
Dspital y medicinas de su pro-
piedad valorado odo en muchos
cientos de balboas, y que ejer
cieron influencia decisiva en la
apertura del Hospital.
2. Que el Dr. Rodrguez E-
mliani en su calidad de DLe
-
- CRUCIGRAMA -
tor del Hospital y teniendo ple-
.o derecho a hacerlo no ha sa-
cado Jams alimento alguno pa-
a mantener a las dos personas
que constituyen toda su fainl-
,a. hecho apenas creble en
nuestro ambiente y que hace-
mos resaltar debidamente por
la misma razn.
S Que el Dr. Rodriguez E-
inilla.nl no ha sacado Jamas
medicamento alguno de este
Hospital que no haya sido de-
bidamente chequeado por la Ad-
ministracin y cancelado por l
su Importe, hecho tambin ape-
nas verosmil que hacemos r:-
saltar Igualmente.
I 4. Que el "Dr. Rodrigues E-
mtllriif pleno periodo de or-
ganizacin del Hospital se vi
.ometido durante tres meses a
eallzar un exorbitante trabajo
profesional representando en la
atencin de 50 a 80 pacientes
de dispensarlo y la prctica cj
3, 8 y hasta 10 operaciones dia-
rias, sorprendindole mucnAl
veces las horas de la madruga-
da, operando casos de emergen-
cia sin que Jr,ns se le oyera
expresin alguna que denotara
un inconformidad con esa si-
tuacin ni solicitara al Depar-
tamento de Salud Pblica, cu-
jos archivos pueden hablar el
envi de ningn asistente.
5. Que jams hemos visto
-l Dr. Rodrigues Emiliano e.i
estado de ebriedad ni en acti-
vidades poltica* partidarista s
durante el desempeo de *us>
labores profesionales en esto
Institucin.
8. Que en la organizacin
actualmente en vigor en los Lo*
pitales Provinciales del pas, los
londos de estas Instituciones
son manejados exclusivamente
,or la Administradora y la Con-
table y por lo tanto el Director
Mdico no puede ser acusuo
del mal versador de ondo3 y
menos en el caso del Dr. Rodr-
guez Emiliani. cuy honestidad
un este sentido ha sido absoluta.
Esta declaracin la consldern-
mos necesaria en estos momen-
tos en que elementos mal in-
tencionados tratando de sor-
prender La buena f de los fun-
cionamientos del Ministerio de
Previsin Social y Salud Pbli-
ca, se agitan en la sombra con
ia perversa intencin de deme-
ritar la magnfica labor profe-
sional realizada por el Docto1*
Rodrguez Emiliano al frente
de la Direccin de este Hospi-
tal, crendole un ambiente d.j-
Piden que no sea
destituido ahora
un funcionarlo
NORMAL, Mayo 2S (Corres-
ponsal) Para su publicacin
fiemos recibido el siguiente m.-
Uiorlal que ha sido enviado al
Excelentsimo Seor Presiden4*
de la Repblica por un giui
de veragenses.
La meritoria labor desarrolla-
da por el superltendente de Ca-
mine* Joaqun Sandoval duran-
te su permanencia al frente Pj
lk Seccin de Caminos. La cual
se tradujo en iechos materia-
les de positivos beneficios pan*
la comunidad entera merece
de nosotros elogios y gratitud
ante el hecho ante la prueba e-
vldente de lo que significa ti
cumplimiento del deber en ai as
del Progreso es Imposible pei-
nianeeer indiferente y porqje
sobemos perfectamente bien que
a Ud. lo anima el sano proposi-
ta de que se cumpla un p.an
amplio tendiente a conseguir el
desarrollo nacional y en vista
iic que para ello tambin es ne-
cesario contar con colaborado-
res conscientes de las responsa-
bilidades inherentes a su caigo.
- nos dirigimos muy respetuo-
samente a Ud. con el fin de so-
licitarle Interponga sus bueur-s
oficios para que vuelva nueva-
mente el Sr. Joaqun Sandov T.
a ocupar la posicin que a a -
tisfaccin general desempeara
en esta.
Le agradecemos Sr. Presiden-
te la atencin que se sirva din
pensar a nuestra peticin. Sin
Otro particular nos es gra'/j
suscribirnos del Sr Presidente
como sus atentos y S. S.
Fermn Agudo, Celestino Agudo,
llorad Acude, Gabriel de Len
Signen muchas firmas ms
Causa pesar el hecho de que
no se inicien ios trabajos de
la Interamericana por Bugaba
LA CONCEPCIN, Mayu i
(Corresponsal) Por lo* infor-
mes de ltima hora, queda de-
fraudada' la esperanza de q'ic
los trabajos de la carretera In-
icramerlcana fueran comenza-
dos de David, hacia Concepcin
coso st haba anunciado nace
poco tiempo. Dada la condicr.i.
del movimiento de carros, di*'-
rio que hay entre Volcn, Con-
cepcin y David, transportando
productos de vital Importancia
y agregndose el desperfecto
constante que sufre la va, no
a creble que se mantenga ia
Idea de posponer el Distrito ce
tugaba por otro sector para dar
comienzo a los mencionados
abajos, mxime cuando con el
tamo que van a mejorar de Di-
ld a Remedios, no se resueivc
el mximo problema de la co-
municacin terrestre, entre P*-
nam-Davld, que lo es, ni mas
ni menos, el que se extiende e
Remedios a Son.
Bugaba, Distrito de condlco-
:.es Insuperable para merecer li-
na esmerada atencin en cuan-
to a sus vas de comunicacin
terrestre y otras mejoras mate-
riales, no piensa seguir sin l ion-
do en sus aspiraciones de pro-
ejse por ms tiempo desfrauda-
reso, lo cual reclaram con lo-
do el derecho que le asais a
un pueblo que lucha denodado -
mente.
'' .----------------
Piden en Palmas
Bellas un Director
que sea apoltico
COLON, Mayo 23 (RCS) En
la maana de ayer fu entre-
vistado este corresponsal por
numerosas persona* de Palmas
Bellas q u 1 ene* manifestaran
slo desean que el seor Mi-
nistro de Educacin, envi a
ese lugar un Director de escue-
la, alejado de toda misin po-
ltica.
Dicen los referentes seoics
que en aos anteriores se envia-
ba a Palmas Bellas maestros-
directores que eran honor para
la educacin nacional, dejano
para la historia un recuerdo i-
nolvldable dentro de ese Minis-
terio.
favorable a base de calumnies
v mentiras fcilmente compio-
i>able. .
.i *
Firmados:
Luisa J. Ghider
Enfermera Jefe Administradora
Fermn Vsaues
Almacenista
Nils O- Testa Jan
Contable-Secretaria
Carlos Lombardo
Jete de Farmacia
El Consejo Municipal del Bar
resuelve encargar al Alcalde
Mulino Jr. de su despacho
Valiosa donacin
hacen en David
a la Biblioteca
DAVID, Mayo 24 (Correspon-
d) El Dr. Domingo Amat
residente en Puerto Armuelles
ha donado a la biblioteca pbil-
53 de David a cargo de la se-
orita Susana Esquivel su colec-
cin de discos de msica selecta.
En simptica carta expre&a el
citado caballero que se despren-
de de iu discoteca, lo cual sig-
nifica un sacrificio para el puc;
se trata en muchos casos de
msica que lo ha acompaado
varios aos y que le ha pro-
porcionado momentos de pro-
funda satisfaccin espiritual
Sin embargo agrega me des-
DAVID. Mayo 24 (Correspon-
sal El Consejo Municipal ce
Puerto Armuelles en resolucin
del lo de Mayo rectific lo r.e-
(ho en Enero de 1950 llamando
a ocupar el puesto de Alcaide
de aqucla municipalidad al ti-
tular Seor Jos Mulino. En >o
consdei andos de dicha resolu-
cin el Concejo citado dio:
"que por resolucin nmero 12
fechada el 4 de enero de 10.0
dictada por el Consejo Munici-
pal de este distrito se destliu\o
sin causa justa al Alcalde ti-
tular seor Jos Mulino". <<'"
es un deber patritico en io
actuales momentos codyuv&r
con las fuerzas creadoras del
pas al restablecimiento de la
vida Institucional de la nacin'.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
prendo de ellos porque estain
er. la biblioteca de David mi
ciudad natal, bajo su genero>o
cuidado expresa a la Seorita
Esquivel.
Se comisiona a una
sociedad para que
organice fiesta
COLON. Mayo 24 (RCS)
Crande es el entusiasmo Que
ieina en esta ciudad con rela-
cen a la medida adoptada por
la Junta Catlica de Palmas
Bellas, en conferir a los Jvenes
de la' sociedad "Avanzada Juvc-
uil de Palmas Bellas", la o:-
janliacln total de las festivi-
dades religiosas que se verifica-
r los das 23 24 y 25 de junio
prximo. II Seor Saturno Al-
czar O. Presidente de la men-
cionada Sociedad no* manifest
que ellos se hallan optimistas
del xito que alcanzar esta
an recepcin religiosa.

ptfi
.>*
El "Aviso Oportuno
"El Morcado Sm Igual*
Es Barato y Efectiva
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y mm
HfG/MCO MUDORf-
hKliM.l.V.1.
Plumas Fuente
StettooA
la todas partes del mundo, los
estudiantes como Ud., pretieren
las Plumas Fuente Esterbrook,
porque Esterbrook ofrece la va-
riedad de puntos ms extensa
conocida umversalmente, a fin
de que Ud. pueda elegir entre
ello* el punto preciso para tu
estilo de letra.
Desde el extra lino hasta el
extra grueso... desde el flexible
hasta el rgido ; Ud. encon-
trar el puato indicado que se
ajusta exactamente a su trabajo
scritural y a su manera de es-
cribir.
Seleccione 1 Pluma Fuente
Esterbrook que e adapte a sus
necesidadesv enrosque el pun-
to en el osltn de la pluma por
si mismo al momento de com-
prarla.
ENFERMEDADES
DE LA PIEL
Be* estlente antisptico, cono-
cido en tojas laa Amrli-as como
Ar.lt Esmeralda Moon, M tan
aXIcae an al tratamiento da las
nfermeeade* do 1 pial, quo la
plraadn dol esoma cosa, con laa
primaras aplicaciones.
Hl Aceite Esmeralda Mese se
taofenalvo j sararuble de uaar y
ea un antisptico tan potente v
penetrante, que Hasta los otaos
Ibis obstinados han cdldo a sua
afectos, at da venta ea tedas
las fermeelae.
HORIZONTALES:
1Lista o catlogo.
4Ladrones, familiarmente.
0Planta hortense.
12Exista.
13De corta estatura.
14Afresis de aora. '
ISTrigo descortesado.
17Madera preciosa. Pl.
18Nombre de mujer.
21Demostrativo.
22Regale.
24Continentes.
23Camino mas corto que
otros.
30Letra griega.
SILetra castellana.
32Nota musical
33Propietario.
35Nombre de mujer. >-
37Terminacin verbal.
38Altar.
40Del verbo ir.
42Peso de la antigua Grecia
44Sojuzgada.
47 Proximo, contiguo.
46Organizacin Tradicional
Ibrica. Inlc.
49Alega.
51Del verbo celar.
54Arrasar, destruir.
57 Constelacin.
58 Del verbo asar.
60^Tres, en nmeros romanos.
61Dios romano del hogar.
02Aparatos de pesca.
83Nombre de mujer.
VERTICALES:
1Cabeza de ganado.
2Rece.
3Hoja delgada.
4Tenga celos.
5Pla, fruta tropical.
8Exclamacin.
7fjno, en ingls.
8Que tiene soberbia.
9Del verbo conocer.
10Metal precioso.
11Artculo, Pl.
18Pabelln del odo.
18Adverbio de modo.
20Letra castellan*.
22Entregaras.
23Cerro en medio de un llano
25Letra griega.
26~Flor blanca.
27Saco o espuerta.
28Del verbo omitir.
34Ro de Siberia.
36Aparato para aprender
a sumar.
39Afilar.
41Nombre de mujer.
43Otro nombre de mujer.
45Letra griega.
46Desage de las embarca
clones.
50Empleos, utilizaciones.
51Hortaliza.
52Demostrativo.
53Agarradera.
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JUEVES, MATO 4, 1M1
O. fANAM.*. AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO .
Informea para esta teccin te reciben en la
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de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
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BODAS 1I.UF.C A DUTARY
MORALES QL'IJANO
Hoy jueves 24 a las seis de la
tarde en la Santa Iglesia de
Cristo Rey, celebrararan su
matrimonio dos distinguidos
Jvenes de nuestra sociedad.
Son ellos, la bella y encanta-
dora damita Luz Margarita
Morales Quljano, hija de Doa
Luz Aura Quijano y el apuesto
caballero y Master en Flnanaas
Don Juan Jos Illueca Dutary;
hijo de Don Juan Januario
Illueca y Doa Ana Cristina
Dutary le llueca.
La novia ser llevada al altar
por su to Guillermo E. Qulja-
no. luciendo una preciosa crea-
cin de la consagrada artista
Doa Nina Mastellarl, en satn
marfil con encajes en Chanti-
lly. Terminar su precioso to-
cado en velo de encaje de Bru-
selas de uso tradicional en la
familia Qulja.no, con corona,
Joya del arte Parisiense del
mismo color del vestido. El pre
closo boulcuete ser de orqu-
deas blancas
Por el luto riguroso que guar-
da la familia Quljano, la novia
solo ser acompaada por una
uama de Honor, ser ella su
hermana, la preciosa Srta. Au-
ra Elisa Morales Qullano. quien
lucir un vestido de brocado
de iyln blanco y elegante som
brero de ala. Entre sus delica-
das manos llevar un precioso
ramo de agapantoa morados.
Escoltara a la dama de ho-
nor el distinguido caballero Dr.
Eneas Quintero P.,
Formarn parte de la Corte
Nupcial las preciosas niltas,
Aidlta Quljano Jimnez y All-
da Morrice Jimnez, quienes
vestidas con vaporosos traje-
citos de organza blanca, sosten-
drn la regla cola de la novia.
Regar flores al paso del cor-
tejo, la encantadora Chiqui-
tna Sonla Kowalchlk Guardia
ataviada con un preciossimo
vestido de organza rosada, y
Alina Margarita Morales Qul-
jano, en un trajeclto engellcal
de organza celeste con aplica-
ciones de encaje, pouaea las i
tradicionales arras, acompaa-
da por el simpatiqusimo nii-
to Jos Manuel Sosa, quien por |
tara los anillos.
i
Son sus padrinos por parte
de la novia: Manuel A. Castro
Vleto y la Sra. Luz Aura Qul-
jano, Guillermo E. Quljano y
Sra. Thebna Car tillo de Qulja-
no, Manuel de J. Quljano y Sra.
Alda Jimnez de Quljano; Fran
cisco Jos Quljano y Sra. Ana-
lia Arengo de Quljano Horacio
Clare Jr. y Sra. Olga'Quljano
de Clare Dr, Jorge E. Morales
y Sra. Blgica Quijano de Mo-
rales; 8r. Roberto F. Chlarl y
Sra. Cecilia Orlllac de Chlarl.
Sr. Carlos M. Arango y Sra.
PORFIRIO GOMEZ G.
pT-fanSimtirte nnawvMi, ultra hace llegar tu apaSttlmlentt *
ST.. I Sr -rttUr-t. Se la B-pObllrt. a lo* Sraart Mlnietros at blata.
Im Seare. ClartSartat, Oflcltlte y Trapa a> la Palela Naela-al. a na
aail-aa ptraanalta. a la n-Ste raujtr eanamtna, al pueble ptnamene n
(ineral, a loa teS-raa Jtfaa *m lot Partlfaa Folltleae, a la Oruea(a Sin-
fnica Narlanal y a to4aa aquella* Inalltaelaea, qua *a una u otra feraia
le lian manifestad- tu slniptlla ta rtlarlea tan ti rectale falltelmltala
Se iu herauuio al Mayar A lire* Goatf (Q.E-I'.D.)
AVISO
DE LA EMBAJADA DE ESPAA
El prximo Domingo, da 27, a la 5.30 de
la tarde. el Embajador de Espaa y la Conde-
a de Rbago, tendrn el guato de recibir a la
Colonia Espaola en los salones del Palacio
de Espaa.
Carlota Sos ade Arango.
Carlota Sosa de Arango.
nuiriu lilueca y ora Ana Cris-
tina Dutary de illueca; Sr.
Ernesto de la Guardia repre-
sentado por Jos Antonio Sosa,
la Sra. Ana Isabel Illueca; Ku-
bello Quintero y Doa Hilda de
Quintero; Enrique Buriel y
bra. Teresa D. Burrell; Jos
Manuel Sosa y Sra. Albertina
D. de Sosa; Dr. Carlos Mendoza
y Sra. Mara de Mendoza, re-
presentados por el Dr. Luis D.
Alfaro y la Srta. Isabel Men-
doza.
Durante la ceremonia le ser
cantada el Ave Maria de Schu-
bert, acompaada al rgano
por la Srta. Lilla Sosa.
La Iglesia lucir sus mejores
galas para solemnizar la boda
de tan simptica pareja, por
la cual hecemos los votos ms
.luceros para que la dicha'sea
su compaera Inseparable.
Despus de la ceremonia re-
ligiosa, los desposados recibi-
rn a sus ms intimas fami-
liares en la residencia de sus
tios, Ingeniero Horacio Clare
Jr y Sra. Olga Quljano de Cla-
re, situada en Calle 39 en Vista
del Mar.
Agasajo
El seor Robert McGrath y
seora Vicky M. de McGrath
ofrecieron una comida en su
residencia, para agasajar a los
seores Albert j. Redway y Ro-
bert G. Holbrook del Export
and Import Bank, quienes se
encuentran actualmente en Pa-
nam.
Almuerzo y Juego de Cartas
Para despedir a la seora Pa-
clils A. de Mir Quecada quien
despus de haber pasado una
temporada entre nosotros re-
gresa prsUmamonte a Lima,
la seorita Cecilia Heurtematte
olrecl el martes un almuerzo
y juego de cartas en su resi-
dencia.
Da L'Alllane* Francaise
Las reuniones que celebra
regularmente L'Alllance Fran-
! calse de Panam todos los Jue-
; ves, ha sido suspendidas tem-
poralmente, debido a los traba-
jos que se estn llevando a ca-
bo en sus salones. La Bibliote-
ca contina a las rdenes de
sus miembros, quienes debern
dirigirse al secretario seor
Gilbert Maunier en el Almacn
5 y 10 centavos.
Seora Elena Morales de
Arlas
Seorita Graciela Soto Pare-
des.
Seorita Atllla Diaz Lewis
Seor Manuel Antonio Eskild-
s*n.
Misa en Cristo Bey
Los amigos del Joven Arturo
Diaz (q.d.D.g.) fallecido recien-
temente en Costa Rica. Invitan
por este medio para una Misa
que se dir el sbado a las 7
a.m. en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey
por el descanso de su alma.
Sociales de Coln
Par JUDITB BERTONCINI
ral 431 Aptdo eei
Dos transportes
"Constellation"
para Colombia
KLIM leen* pera y mm
KLIM M MHrVt lia rtfrlferaclee
KLIM itjJW ' aaWeroe

KLIM es xctltnte
para el nio
en su crecimiento
Ptta ayudar t los aiftot eWsarrolltr huta
fuertes, dientes *noi y edsculo* irtaa, coa
la eatrgia y ti vigor necesarios para nu enu-
diot y juegos.. no hv una lecha awjor qu*
la Leche KLIM.
KLIM aa-eal. I valar autrltlve fe las
platel ceclaattet
KLIM recsales*-- para I- -lla.ee-.
lea lafaatll
KLIM es para y ware ... e*a.*de *
praceeflailaata -spatial
| til* alabara Ja ke|4 -I pji estre.
KLIM
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LECHE-KLIM
. LA PIIHRIIA IN TODO IL MUNDO
CAMBIO DE
ITINERARIO
Tor razones ajtuas a nuestra voluntad nos
veremos eu la necesidad de alterar temporal-
mente nuestros* itinerarios.
Efectivo el Viernes 25 de Mayo (inclusive) y hasta
segundo aviso, rtfir el siguiente itinerario:
MARTES V VIERNES: Taenmen-Davii-AriaiueUes-Changul-
noia-Bocas le Tere-Celen-Tnramen.
Avin sale de Teeaanen a las I a.m.
MIRCOLES Y SBADOS: TocumeR-Coln-Baaas del Toro.
< 'hangMnala Armuelle* David-
Totumea. Avian sal* Teeumen
las :H a.m.
LUNES, JUEVES V DOMINGOS: Tecumen-D.Tid-Tocumen.
Avian Sale da Tacuaca a
las t:M a.m.
Compaa Panamea
De Aviacin s.a.
Agentas de
Pon American World Airways
Camelo de Residencie,
El seor Miguel J. Moreno
Jr. y seora Graciela G. de Mo-
reno, han trasladado su resi-
dencia a la calle K en el Can-
Srejo. en donde se ponen a las
rdenes de sus amistades.
De las Estadas Unidas
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida al Dr. Adolfo
Arias P. y seora Cecilia E. de
Arias, quienes regresaron hoy
de Nueva York en donde pa-
saron varias semanas.
Saludamos atentamente al Dr
Antonio Gonzlez Revllla, quien
regreso hoy de una temporada
pasada en Baltimore y Wash-
ington. f
De Sur Amrica
Saludamos al seor Fabrlce
de Vizcaya, quien regres ayer
a Panam por la via area.
Para Mxico
Sigui ayer para Mxico en
donde pasar una temporada
visitando a sus familiares, la
seora Alicia de Gonzlez Men-
doza, esposa del Secretarlo de
la Embajada de Mxico, seor
Armando Gonzlea Mendoza.
Grata estada le deseamos.
Para Nicaragua
Despedimos a la seora Clo-
tilde de Barraca, quien acom-
paada de sus hijas seoritas
Marcela v Olga Maria siguie-
ron ayer hacia Managua.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Seora Clotilde de la G. de
la de la Ossa.
Seora Magdalena I. de Bri-
ce-o.
Seora Mara A. de Malav
Srta. Ana Luisa Prez
Seor Reinaldo Cohn.
Nia Mayra Raquel Caries O.
Nio Agustn Arango Arias
Mio Domnlgo de Obaldia Ke-
llerman.
Nio Euclides R. de Vcaza Jr
BURBANK, California, Mayo
34 (UP) El primero de dos!
transporter "Constellation" de.
87 pasajeros partir de los te-
rrenos de la Lockheed Aircraft
Corporation el Viernes 25 de
Mayo pafa ser entregado a la
Avlanca en Colombia. El se-
gundo avin lo seguir en po-
cos dias.
Los dos aviones costaron un
total de dos millones de dla-
res y su venta a la Avlanca
hace que esta linea area, la
ms antigua de Amrica, sea
la dcima linea extranlera que
opera con estos aviones.
Los gigantescos transportes
cuatrimotores prestarn servi-
do tres veces por semana a
la Avlanca entre Bogota y
Nueva York y harn vuelos bi-
mensuales de Sur-mrlca a
Paris, Roma y Madrid.
CurnpleaAos de hay
Suma hoy un ao ms de
vida la nina Electra Rosania,
hija del hogar de don Jos Ro-
sania y seora Asuntlna de Ro-
sania. Le deseamos a la nia
Electra muchas felicidades en
su da.
Celebra hoy sus natales el
nio Kenneth F. Darlington.
Que festeje muchos aos ms
llenos de felicidad.
Cumple aos hoy el nlilo
Alcldes Arosemena, hijo de los
esposos seor don Alcldes Aro-
semena y seora doa Amalla
B. de Arosemena. Por tal mo-
tivo nos es grato enviarle nues-
tras sinceras felicitaciones en
este dia.
Salla an honor de
Gioconda la.
El sbado se llevar a cabo
en los salones del Jardin Mo-
naco un grandioso baile en
honor de Su Majestad Giocon-
da la.. Reina de la Feria Agro-
pecuaria e Industrial de Coln,
y su Corte. La entrada costar
solamente un balboa para ca-
balleros. Todos estn cordial-
mente invitados.
<$>
ALUS-CHALMERS
LA BOMBA
Electrifugal
La construccin de horquilla
y soporte de hierro fundido en
una aola pieza elimina 1 uso d*
adaptador por a-parado cntre la
bomba y el motor. Ambo* vienen
montado* en un solo eje.
La bomba Electrifugal vari-
ando enlr- 10 y 1600 gpm con
altura de aspiracin hasta de 525
pisa, a* slo una do la* mucha*
bomba* A-C. El surtido com-
pleto incluye bomba* par* cual-
quier liquido y de cualquier ca-
pacidad y altura de aspiracin.
lit Weil mum ISM* * *Ik.CWaan
F. ICAZA Y CIA., S.A.
ARTISTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
V
Cumpleaos de maana
Hasta la ciudad de David ha-
cemos llegar nuestras sinceras
felicitaciones a la nia Diana
Rosa Mndez, hija de don Mi-
gues A. Mndez y de doa Fe-
licia de Mndez, quien cumple
aos maana viernes. Muchas
felicidades para mamita, como
cariosamente se le llama.
Baile del Club Interamericano
de Mujeres, Celen
Continan 1 o s preparativos
para el baile de disfraces que
tendr, el Club Interamericano
de Mujeres, Capitulo de Coln,
en los amplios salones del Club
de Extranjeros, el sbado 26 de
los corrientes para las sodas
y sus invitados. La entrada cos-
tar B. 1.00 por persona.
mm .te.
Pies
sudunL
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Red Panamericana. Locutor de magnifica diccin y pe -t ior
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DE CALOR TAN
DESAGRADABLES
ya no mm mn msw,"*
que> tomo ato maignifi
medicina
.Qu desagradable as esto del
"cambio de vida"! Son numeros-
simas las mujeres d* 31 a 52 anos
que se sienten nerviosa*, irritables,
cansadas, debido a los trastornos
propios de la "edad crtica". To
tenia unos secesos de calor muy
desagradables. Pero ahora sienta
un alivio extraoidinano porque
estoy tomando el Compuesto Ve-
getal de Lydla E. Pinlcham y no
tengo aquella irritabilidad da
aates. debida a estos trastornes.
He comprobado que tomando
regularmente el Compuesto de
Lydla E. Plnkham se crea resis-
tencia a los trastornos da la "edad
crtica". Yo tomo el Compuesto de
Lydla E. Pinlcham todos los das.
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Vendemos sacos usados de henequn.
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N.,
S. A. Fabrico de Mosaicos, Ava.
Cubo No. 8. ^_______
Vendemos y cortomos vidrios de to-
dos tomnos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N.. S. A. Fabrico de
' Mosaicos. Ave. Cubo No. 8.
Per fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plistico. pego de todo contra to-
do. CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N-, S. A. Fabrico da Mosaicos.
Ave. Cuba No. 8. .
$E VENDE:Suministro poro acua-
rio, pececltos y plantos. Via Es-
paa No. 1 I frente establos Juon
Franco. Tel. 3-4132.___________
SE VENDE:Cojo fuerte "Herring",
" ,boroto. Liorna Nationol Cry Bank,
Cristbal, telfono 1205.
SE VENDE:Mesa grande modero,
M pies por 5, poro taller, eba-
nistera, sostreria, colchonera, ta-
pjderia. B.35.00. Patterson, 36
tste No. 11. _________________
Acobamos de recibir cemento blan-
co pora la vento. Ci. D. Noriega
S. A. Pasadena, No. 15, Tel. 3-
0260._______________.____________
SE VENCE
Artculo* de fcaa
SE iVEbJDEEstante ere coacw y es-
if "Magic Chef," co nuevo.
alie 34 No. 1. '.. -
IE VENDE:Por motivo da vioje.
Juago de solo topizodo, luego de
comedor, dos juegos de recamaro
y refrigerodora en excelentes con-
diciones. Liorna talafono 3-1975
d 2 a 5 P. rn.
SE VENDE:Mercodito Santo Ana.
abarroteria. carnicera y refres-
quera. Calle 14 Oeste No. 57.
SE VENDE:Cantina "El Br.llonte"
por no poder atenderla. Calle 19
E.-te Bis No. I.
SE VENDE:Aborroter'a "La Buga-
beo" No. 2. Calle 19 Oeste No.
7, buena clientela. Informes Ave.
Ancn ,No.- 50 (Aborroteria Bugo-
bea"J.
VENDEMOS: Acreditado Almacn
en Avenida Central, B. 15.000 y
sa aceptan pagar con dinero del
Fiduciario. Sotillo y Ca. Avenido
Central No. 1. Tel. 2-2277 de 2
o 4 p. m.
SE VENDE:Almacn en la Aveni-
da Central con muy bueno posi-
cin. Se aceptan depsitos del Ban-
co Fiduciario Lime ol Tel. 2-
3817.
Un" anuncio pequeo con grandes
ofertas. Lotes de todos tamaos en
todas las Urbanizaciones a precios
realmente bajas. Vistenos perso-
nalmente / convnzase de lo
asombroso da nuestra oferta.
Wolff y Ca. Ltdo., Calle 5a., 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE:Boratisimo un Kiosco
moderno, hecho con planos del
Gobierno, 2 chifoniers, 1 cama de
hierro. Tal. 3-3823.
SF VENDE:Finco de 5 hectreas
n Nuevo Arroijin. Informas calle
16 Oeste No. 54, J. M. Duarte.
SE VENDE:Una coso omobloda y
planta elctrico, en Nuevo Arroijin.
Toda de concreto, 4 recmaras.
salo, comedor, cocina, porche y
garage. Precio mdico. Pida mis
informes a Gabriel Novoa. Calle
"M" No.. 26, Tel. 3-2161.
SE VENDE
Auto ni viles
E VENDECamin de reporto mor-
ca International, modelo 1947 en
buenas condiciones. Comuniqese
con la Bronift Airways, Avenida
Tivoli No. 18. o Home al telfono
2-2102 duronte horas de oficina.
SE VENDE:Pick-up morca La Salle
y Packard Sedon modelo 1938.
Taller Sobonas. Buen precio.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento en
Averido Mxico final y calle 43
Este, llame 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: En casa privado,
apartamentos modernos, apropio-
dos para oficinas de Embajadas o
Consulados. Ave. Per 89.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje.
Buick Super 1949 Dynatlow an
excelentes condiciones, de dos
puertas, con lientas blancas y cu-
bre asientos. Llame telfono 3-
1975 de 2 a 5 p. m.
SE VENDE:Cadillac 1949, Sedn
No. 62. color gris, recorrido 27,-
000 millos. Hydromatic, todio,
HantasfgO-hdcas, asientos con co-
bertorefaWrecio B.2,400.00. Diri-
girse o AvW. Central No. 163, Tel.
2-2638.
Si est intcrciado en un buen carra
usada, varige I la AGENCIA NASH
y WILLYS.
Varioi modeloi y marcas diferentes
de la* cuales aeceaer.
PAGO INICIAL BAJO
FACILIDADES DI PAGO
Antea de comprar vea la que ofrece-
i-.
I*.
CA. cyrnos S. A.
Una cuadra del cruce Tivoli
SE VENDE:Dos cornos dobles con
spring, una vitrina, todo comple-
tamente nuevo o muy buen precio.
Belisorio Porros No. 54, telfono
3-4640. _____I
__---------------------------------------
SI VENDE:Por motivo viaje: Re-
frigeradora 7 pies, en marcha, 9.
40, radio censlo RCA, 9 tubos B.
40, meso y 3 sillas comedor, B.10,
dos lmporos pie B.5, meso escri-
torio y lampara B.10, gabinete de
cocina, B.10, varios linleos cod
uno B.4, batera, cocina aluminio
y otros artculos. 2 springs Sim-
mons con sus colchones cada uno
B. 12.00. Vista Hermosa "La Ma-
rio".
S^ VENDE:Gongo! Estufo gas Ro-
per de 4 fogones, 2 hornos, per-
fectas condiciones, B.35.00. Pat-
terson 36 Este No. 11 altos.
Vega Mndez
enfticamente: Primero, que
1 unas estuve encargado de la
Jefatura de la Polica Secreta,
'a que este puesto lo desem-
peaba, con tino y valor el se-
or Rolando Linares, persona
rue imparta las rdenes res-
pectivas. Secundo, falta a la
"erdd el periodista de marras
.a que el Lie. Poveda, ni ni-
eo otra persona imparti
: istrucciones de asesinar a los
i etenldos polticos.
Prueba de que la direccin
fe la Secreta ni sus ex-mlem-
i ros pensaron en tal monstruo-
i idad, hija de la mente en-
: ;rma de un hombre sediento
(e notoriedad, es que el mis-
mo "Etplandln" en uno de sus
vltimos escritos manifest que
los, los detenidos, se haban
SE SOLICITA:Se acepta hipoteca
por B.8.000 sobre casa de 30
cuartos que produce rento bruta
de B.270.00 mensuales. Oportu-
nidad de inversin archisegura.
ra. CINTRAL DI IIINIS RAICES
Vio Cspoa No. 3'. Diagonal ol
I Tagtra'^cllq Visto. Tel. 3-3-4512.
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SE OFRECE:Confocilidodes de pa-
go y ventaja financiamiento resi-
dencial 3270 M2 o precio bajsimo.
Laderos del Golf. CINTRAL DI
IIINIS RAICIS. Via Espaa No.
31. diagonal ol teatro Bollo Vista
Tel. 3-4512,
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: En Bello Visto,
cuartos bellamente amoblados, en-
trado independiente, todos como-
didqdcs. Avenida Mxico 69. cer-
ca colle 43.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto a persono
responsable y de buenas costum-
bres en calle 45 No. 22. Solicite
llaves planto boja o llame a 2-
0483, Sr. Brown.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
con entrada independiente, pora
soltero, calle Estudiante No. 73
Apt. 5.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto, omcblodo.
entrado Independiente, garage.
Avenida 4 de Julio, caso 49. Te-
lfono 2-1 107.
SE ALQUILA
Caras
' 75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todtvu puede Ld. obtener
una magnifica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /5c
diarios
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central 223 ( alidonia
Tel. 2-1U1
SE ALQUILA:Espacioso residencia,
completamente omobloda. en lote
de 1,600 metros, alrededor de I,
000 metros de csped y jardn. 3
recmaras con dos baos. 2 ha-
bitaciones poro ti servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocino
grande. dasayuador; vestbulo;
comedor, sola, oficina; garege y
dos terrazas, situada entre Portilla
y el Club de Golf. Puede ocupar-
se por un ao o ms tiempo y es-
tora listo al lo. de Junio, Tel. 3-
0255.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de vioje
Oldsmobile 1939. 4 puertos, 6
cilindros. En perfectas condiciones.
Llantos nuevas Valo y hoga ,su
oferto. Tel. 3-3756. Aquilino de
la Guardia No. 27.
SE ALQUILA:Un aportamento en
Rio Abajo, casa No. 2274. Srvase
Homar Tel. 2-3054.
APARTAMENTOS: Cmodos, ven-
tilados, edificio moderno frente.
Plaza Santa Ana. Compona F.
Icoza Avenida B 79.
SE ALQUILA: Magnficos oporto-
mentos de dos recmaras en cosa
de lujo, calle 2a. No. 13 Perry
Hill. Paro verlos preguntor en lo
incitamentos 3 y 4 de la cosa;
para "alquilar Via Espaa 36 apar-
tamento A, de 7 o 9 de la torda
Mariano Ortega.
SE ALQUILA: * Moderno, fresco,
apartamento, dos recmoros, salo,
comedor, porch amplio, dos baos.
Via Espaa 55 esquina subido La
Cresta.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento com-
pletamente omoblodo, dos recama-
ros, muy fresco, quieto vecinda-
rio, frente al mor. Llamar telfo-
no 3-0916. '
A persona que viva permonante an
Hotel o Diplomtico, se alquila
fresco aportomento completamen-
te omoblodo en el lugar ms cn-
trico de Panam, con telfono y
porqueo en el interior del edifi-
cio. Precio B.90.00 mensuoles.
(Propio para dos personas!. In-
formes Tel. 2-0700 de 7 a 4.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con refe-
rencia. Tiene que dormjr en el
empleo, dispuesta a rl ol interior
cuando se deseo. Calle '45 casa
26.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te imprescindible que duerma en
casa. Avenida Primera, la Carros-
quilla. No. 55. Entrando por el
Teo'tro Edn en Vio Belsono Porros.
SE NECESITA:Niera con expe-
riencia y recomendacin. Buen
sueldo. Para informas, almacn de
calzados La Aurora, Avenida Cen-
tral 66. Tel. 2-2379. Ponam.
SE NECESITA:Empleada experta en
cocina y oficios caseros para to-
millo 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. lave bien. Indispensable con
buenas referencias. No requiere
dormir en el empleo. Informes ca-
lle 44 Esta No. 22. Apto. 3. Tel.
3-2374
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento peque-
o, cocino, tres cuartos, servicios
independientes. B.15.00. Avenido
5o. Na 10, esquina Caretero Pa-
nam Viejo, informes Ave. A No.
16.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
iE ALQUILAN.Exclusivamente pa-
ra oficina* locles cntrico) en lo*
alto* da Avenido Central 44 o
precia* medica*. Soliciten infor-
macin en Almeeenei 5 v 10 cen-
tavos.
SI ALQUILA:O Vende. Locol **-
pacioio con banca* de primera
para marcada. SI I* Interesa haga
iu propuesta a lo* telfonos J-
033S o 2-3333.
SE ALQUILA: No. 247 Avenido
Central, "La Cuchilla", locol co-
mercial con dos puertos a lo Ave-
nida. Dirigirse a Ave. Central No.
163, Tel. 2-2638. .
SE NECESITA:Empleada seria po-
ra trabajo general de caso, que
sepo cocinar, debe dormir en el
empleo. Sueldo B.40.00. Calle Vic-
toriono Lorenzo No. 5.
SE NECESITA: .Empleado de re-
fresquera y aborroteria. Comisa-
riato Endara Riba, Avenida Centrol
158 y Calle 26.
SE ALQUILA:Locol pora fines co-
merciles en Colle 5o. No. 34.
Precio B.60.00. Dirigirse o Ave.
Central No. 163. Tel. 2-2638.
Locales comerciales en Mariano Aro-
semeno v Super Mereoao Colldo-
nia; tambin an Rio Aboio,
B/. 12.00. Dirigirse A. de Boutoud.
Tel. 3-0338.____________________
SE ALQUIL*:Locol por oficina,
arriba del Teotro Centrol.
SE ALQUILA:Local Comercial: -
dificio moderno, frente Ploza Son-
to Ana. Compaa F. Icazo, Ave-
nida B 79,
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera y
buenos recomendaciones. Que viva
en la casa. Buen sueldo. Ocrrase
calle 31 No, 38.
SE ALQUILA:Una casita. Calle 44
No. 4. Al lodo, en el Convento Vi-
sitacin. Hove e informes precio.
SE NECESITA: Carguero. Ocurro
Ave. Chile, final No. 24.
SE NECESITA: Empleado. Calle
Coln No. 9, ltimo piso, Pao-
mi.
SE ALQUILA:Plonta baja, anter
o en partes, para depsito, ofici-
nas. Informes Colle Corlo* A.
Mendoza No. 66.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para cui-
dar nio* y "servicio de cosa. Ale-
jandro Toussieh. Colle 44 No. 37.
Apto. E. Bello Vista.
SE ALQUILA: Chalet completa-
mente amoblado. B. 150.00. Lla-
mar al Tel. 3-2541.
conquistado al "Imaginarla" o
llavero y mantenan en su pe-
der las llaves tanto de las dis-
tintas celdas, como de la puer-
ta que conduce a la guardia.
El mismo seor "Esplendan"
dice en su crnica que cuando
la Polica Nacional invadi la
Secreta, todos los detenido se
encontraban en el patio, fuera
de sus respectivas celdas, sin <
saberlo el Jefe Linares.
Son tantas las calumnias lan-
zadas a los cuatro vientos por
este individuo, que sus mismos
colegas sienten repugnancia por
u actitud. Ojal que el Sin-
dicato de Periodistas exigiera a
este individuo ms respeto a la
tica de la noble profesin pe-
riodstica.
ngel Vega Mndex.
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS moz omarillo o R.4.-
00 qq. El Molino Criollo, Panam.
COMPRAMOS hosto B.30.000 del
Banco Fiduciario con descuento de
50%. Sotillo y Co. Ave. Central
No. 1. Tel. 2-2277 de 2 a 4 p.
SE COMPRA:En buenos condicio-
ne* y a buen precio. 3 sillas de
barbera de segunda mono. Lla-
me al 3-4178, Panom o a Co-
ln 864.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Estengrafo en In-
gls y Espaol, con experiencia.
Escriba dando edad, experiencia,
etc. Envi fotografa pequeo.
Apartado 155, Panam.
f "R| Avian Otr-vitnn''
SE VENDE:
En la mejor aona residen-
cial de Bella Vista, calles 39
y 4J dea propiedades. Chalet
moderno. tres recmaras,
amplias comodidades, actaal-
mente desocupado. Casa de
cuatro apartamento* ajne pro-
duce buena renta.
Informes personales:
Virgilio Peres Balladarea.
Farmacia Zona del Canal
Ave. 4 de Julio #3
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 v 30 de* edad que hab Ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rla. Sueldo y comisin -B. 150.00
mensual garontizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Amencono, Central
No. 25. Ponomi.
SE NECESITA:Joven con 2 o 3
oos de experiencia en trabajo de
oficina. Escriba dando edad, expe-
riencia, etc. Adjunte fotografi pe-
quea. Apartado 155. Ponomi.
SE NECESITA:Casa omobloda de
mis de 3 ecimoras, en barrio
residencial. Inmediata a linea de
buses Llame Sro. Boez. de 12 o
2 y de 5 p. m. o 9 de la noche.
Tel. 3-3324.____________________
PERDIDO
n las vecindodes de Lo Cresta, porro
chico, blanco y negro que respon-
de ol nombre de Bobby. Gratifica-
cin Embajada del Per.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
rODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIA IOS
mera fase de la ofensiva el mes
pasado, y se apoderaron de Ijb
cerros al norte y' oeste de la
ciudad- Kapyong te encuentra
' y 12 millas al aur del Pratelo
Otras patrullas blindadas se di-,
rigieron a C.iunchon, 12 mi_.s
al nor-cste de Keapyong y c.io
millas al aur del Paralelo.
Frente Central Oriental:Los
infantes de marina norteamui-
canos y surcoreanos avanzaran
sin oposicin entre Chunchon y
Hangye, 16 millas al este. Uni-
dades norteamericanas, holan-
desas y francesas de la Segun-
da Divisin empujaron a las tj-
laguardias comunistas al e*te.
de Hangye, logrando avances
nasta de cuatro millas.
Fren Le Oriental: Las trocas
comunistas que abrieron ir.i"
mecha en la linea aliada al sur
de Soska, comenzaron a huir
acia el norte en grupos -dispi-
..-os, mientras que las unlddes de
ius Naciones les cortaron las
rutas de escape.
La retirada comunista es 01-
denada, pero las tropas roja
ofrecen un blanco perfecto pu-
ra los aviones aliados.
Los aviadores aliados han rep ,r
tado que las carreteras al u-
te de Kapyong estn "cargadas"
con camiones y carretas que se
irigen al norte.
Loa aviones de la Fuerza A-
rea y la Marina destruye! ui
ms de 110 vehculos comunis-
tas en un ataque efectuado esta
maana.
Tenemos el surtido ms
grande y ms fino de Mol-
duras de Metal para el
NEVAMAR para uso sobre
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
des y NACTOR para el
frente de las tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0141
Ciudad de Panam
ARTCULOS:* PLOMERA
o Llaves para bafto.
e Llaves de paso, de ngu-
lo, chorro, y de man-
guera.
e 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
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata.
Reparaciones .
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. *22
Tel 3-1713
No se harn
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua,
o La ms acreditada.
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRK A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. S-M24.
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel 2-17H
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este *4 Tel. 2-2600
Bicicletas Inglesas
ROYAL ENFIELD
Todos los tamaos.
Tel 2-2847
Vendemos
Solamente
Materiales
de
Construccin
de
Primera
Calidad
NUESTRO NOMBRE
ES SU GARANTA.
,
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-M1I
Calle Martin Sosa Ne. S
Tel. 3-1424
toridades tomaran estas ore-
cauciones.
El Gobierno ha instruido a la
Polica Nacional para que man-
tenga una vigilancia especial du-
rante el da de maana para
oue no se repitan actos vand-
licos contra el comercio y la
propiedad en general. Sobre es-
te particular se nos dijo que a
toda persona aue se sorprenda
en estas actividades ser Inme-
diatamente detenida y se le a-
plicarn sanciones severislmas.
Enrgica protesta
he tratado de cumplir estric-
tamente con mi deber.
Yo espero que el seor a que
me refiero en esta declaracin,
se retracte pblicamente, por-
que de lo contrario me ver en
la necesidad de recurrir a los
tribunales competentes para in-
terponer una denuncia por ca-
lumnia e injurias.
Agradecindole la publicacin
de la presente, me permito sus- ;
cribirme de usted atentamente, I
Martina Qnerrero.
El procedimiento
la Asamblea tom como una
simple denuncia el decidir que
dicho abogado no podia ser no-
tificado de las diligencias le-
vandas ni podia ser tenido en
el Juicio como acusador parti-
cular por carecer su denuncia
de los requisitos de la prueba
sumaria requerida por el Cdi-
go Judicial.
En estas condiciones y ha-
biendo remitido la Corte, a la
Asamblea la denuncia del Dr.
Felipe J. Escobar, que s pre-
sentaba un principio de prue*
ba sumarla, este abogado soli-'
cit a la Comisin que se le i
tuviera como acusador part-
oular y que se considerara co-
mo prueba sumarla lo diligen-
ciado por la Comisin. La Co-
misin resolvi esta solicitud
favorablemente y esta maana
tom posesin el doctor Felipe j
J. Escobar del cargo de acu-
sador particular. El Presiden-
ta de la Cmara H. D. Csar
Ouiller, Inform que los Cons-
tituyentes de 1946, han sido in-
vitados a la audiencia de ma-
ana.
En relacin con el procedi-
miento en la audiencia que se
ventilar maana, la Asamblea
se guiar por el Cdigo Judi-
cial y por el Reglamento que
en los artculos 120 y 123 de-
termina lo siguiente:
"El da sealado para la ce-
lebracin del Juicio deber com-
parecer ante la Asamblea Na-
cional el acusado y los acusa-
dares, pero si no comparecen
no se suspende por esto el ac-
to".
"Hecha la relacin del pro-
ceso el Fiscal y el acusador o
acusadores presentarn por es-
crito o harn de palabra sus
alegatos, en el orden respecti-"
vo, y en seguida podrn hacer
lo mismo, los acusados o tus
defensores si los tuvieren. Tan-
to el acusador como el acu-
sado podrn hablar dos veces
cada uno. El Diputado que har
las veces de fiscal hablar
cuantas veces sea permitido por
este reglamento a los diputa-
dos en la discusin de los pro-
yectos de ley".
ELDORADO
HOY
ESTRENO!

La Comedia Dedicada 4 los
y itranos de Corazn
Primaveral...
PARA QUE LA
CUA APRIETE
- con -
LILIA DEL VALLE
DOMINGO SOLER
* Dagoberto Rodrguez
Ay!. exclamaban ellas
al verlo...
|Y, Ay!. exclama l
por todas ellas...
Pero la que l de veras
quera le clav la cua en
el corazn...!
Una Pelcula para los
Viejos Tenorios de Corazn
Eternamente Joven...
PRONTO! Sensacional:!
LF7/C/4 PALMA
La Mejor Estrella de 1951
- en -
'CAMINO del INFIERNO'
I HABANA
Pifa A CCi '
.
PARA REBAJAR
EXISTENCIA
tenemos precios especiales en
los siguientes articuloa:
Cucharones de cocina de
13 pulgadas
Tinta para escolares
Peinillas en todos los ta-
maos
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FAGINA I
H, PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE

JUEVES, MATO M, 1M11
Arreglados Los Detalles Para La Apertura
De La Temporada Del Basketball Provincial
Se llevar a cabo el
prximo sbado en
el Gimnasio Nacional
Con gran empeo est ela-
borando la Liga Provincial de
Basketball para la apertura de
Ja Temporada que tendr lu-
gar el prximo sbado en la
noche en el Gimnasio Nacional.
Los equipos que tendrn a su
cargo el Juego Inaugural. Mau-
ricio y Chesterfield, del Cir-
cuito Mayor Masculino, conta-
rn con una potente escuadra
y tendrn sus lineas completas
reforzadas con valiosas unida-
dea.
El Gimnasio est siendo a-
condlclonado. y todos los equi-
pos de la divisin mayor mas-
culina se presentarn debida-
mente uniformados al tradi-
cional desfile.
Los Directores de la Liga no
se dan reposo e nobtenr las
mejoras necesarias, de acuerdo
con la experiencia y consejos
de personas bien intencionadas,
y asi tenemos que todos los
arbitros sern sometidos a un
examen de la vista, servicio
que prestar en forma ejemplar
el especialista de la vista a-
o Sosa; los arbitros directo-
res, representantes y capitanes
de equipos discutirn en mesa
redonda las reglamentaciones
del Juego, para evitar discusio-
nes intiles y malas Interpre-
taciones que perjudican esta
actividad.
Con un sentido y espritu de-
portivo ms amplio y compren-
sivo y reconociendo la labor de
la Prensa, la Liga acord reco-
nocer los carnets de los cronis-
tas deportivos a todos los par-
tidos de la Liga, asi como pro-
porcionar todos los informes
que necesiten para su mejor
labor.
El entusiasmo e Inters que
se est levantado por la Inau-
guracin de la Temporada es
visible y se considera que el
Gimnasio Nacional tendr un
lleno completo el sbado en la
noche.
eT^TE LEV-Un grito y gesto del1 arbitro K. auierda v Dottle Dotson.
Los Cardenales Vencieron Ayer
A Los Bravos y Empataron El
Segundo Lugar En La Nacional
Ecos del Congreso
Nal. de Redactores
Deportivos
Por LUIS E.ORTIZ
Serafn H. Ivaldi
recibe designacin
del bisbol de Bocas
El entusiasta deportista local
Serafn H. Ivaldi /., cronista
deportivo y colaborador de esta
pgina, recibi un significativo
nombramiento del Comit De-
poitivo de Bocas del Toro, para
que acte en la Federacin na-
cional de Baseball cuando las
necesdades lo requieren, de a-
cuercto con la siguiente carU y
Resolucin:
riocaa del Toro, 7 de Mayo de
14.01.
Seor Don
Serafn H. Ivaldi J.
Panam
Estimado. Seor:
Plceme llevar a su conoci-
miento que en sesin celebrada
por el Comit que tengo el ho-
nor de Presidir, fu Ud. nom-
brado Suplente el Principal Sr
Manuel Azael Bendlburg, ante
la Federacin Nacional de Base
Ball Amateur.
Confio en que al aceptar di-
cho cargo pondr Ud. toda >j
capacidad deportiva en bien de
esta Provincia.
De (id. atento y seguro ser-
vidor-
Jos Herrera G.
Presidente del Comit Deportivo
EL DEP. DITRANI RECIBI EL CONTRATO
PARA JUGAR EN COSTA RICA EL 3 DE JUNIO
EL TRINCHERAZO

ECO UNIVERSITARIO
for R. I. B.
Seor Rector: La Universidad
Necesita un Instructor Deporti-
vo con Urgencia. Estudiante U-
r.iversitarlo: La Unin Hace la
Fuersa. Inscrbete en Va Asocit*-
., ci Deportiva Universitaria. A-
cude maana a la sesin en el
Aula 210 del Edificio de Huma-
nidades.
(Continuacin)
Y no nos explicamos cmo ac-
tuaron o si actuaron a la ligera
puesto que si un alumno aprue-
ba una materia por qu razn
debe volver a darla?
Actuando de la manera qi-e
hornos anotado nos da la im-
presin de que una sola persona
puede entenderse cor todo el
curso de educacin fsica. Peto
l. realidad y la lgica demues-
tran que no es cierto, que lo que
se necesita es descongestlonur
ese curso que est abandonado
> descuidado. Otro motivo que
nos lleva a la conclusin de que
est abandonado y descuidado
y de que hay un poco de anai-
quia. es el hecho de que no se
hjustsn estrictamente al oan
d estudios. Con los aos q le
han pasado otra deba ser ia
realidad de ese curso. Critiiu-
mos fuertemente a nuesi.o.-
com^aeres de curso que tratan
do tapar el sol con las manos,
porque lo honrado es decir la
verdad y no tratar de halagar
a profesor por una nota. Eses
Husmos alumnos deben tratar
ae mejorar el curso para que
tu preparacin, antes que def.-
cicnte. sirva de estimulo a los
qae comienzan. En cierta oca-
sin un alumno de aos siyit-
riores nos alc? que ellos no po-
dan criticar al curso porque te-
taban para salir y adems por-
que estaban bien con el profe-
sor. Nosotros les respondimos
que estbamos comenzando y
que nos sentamos autorizadas
para exigir, por a sencilla 1a-
zrin riel Menino que tenia de e>-
tar uncionpudo dicho curso, a-
nicn de que no queriamo3 sti
sealados por la oiinin pull-
i'.i como deficientes. En otra -
casin a un compaero nuestro
se le critic fuertemente par-
que, inclusive l. haba alum-
nos que se atrevan a criticar el
curso, y que apenas estaban co-
menzando- En esa mi'ma c.-
eon
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Cardenales empataron el
egundo lugar de la Liga Na-
cional al vencer por anotacin
de 6 carreras a 5 a los Bravos
oes* a la amenaza de estos en
la novena entrada. Despus que
los Eravos anotaron tres veces
los Cardenales se fueron ai
frente cuando Sam Jethroe co-
meti un error sobre un fcil
fly permitiendo dos anotaciones
Joe Garagiola empuj otra ca-
rrera con un doble y anot por
encillo de BU Johnson. Cor.
tres sencillos y un error los car-
denales lograron anotar en Ir.
sexta entrada sus dos ltimas
carreras. Los Bravos anotaron
dos veces en la novena sin po-
der lograr la carrera del em-
pate y perdieron por sexta vez
por margen de una carrera en
eu actual recorrido por el Oeste.
---------
Los Gigantes, solo dieron cua-
ti o hits contra diez de los Ca-
chorros pero vencieron dos por
una por un Jonrn de Monte
Irvln con Ous Westrum en a-
;es. Paul Minner lanz muy
bien y mereci ganar pese a
seis transferencias que come-
di contra una de Sal Magiie
cue obtuvo su sexto triunfo,
Mage ponch a 4 y Minner n
6. Los Cachorros anotaron su
nica carrera en el octavo p>>r
un doble de Terwllllger que a-
vanzo a la tercera y a "home"
mientras se efectuaban dos ou'.v
al frente por 3 a 2 a los Philles.
Al batear los Rojos, Bobby A-
Uams, Connie Ryan y John Wy
rostek le dieron sencillos a Jim
Konstanty y entr Robin Ro-
berts con la anotacin empala-
da. Despus de un out Kluszweis
'/.i dio el sencillo que decidi el
Juego.
En el otro partido de la Liga
Nacional el Brooklyn le gan al
Pittsburgh por 11 a 4
Los encuentros anunciados
para hoy son:
En la Liga Americana: Cle-
veland en Washington, Detroit
en Nueva York, San Luis en
Boston y Chicago en Flladenfia.
En la Liga Nacional: sola-
mente est anunciado el juego
nocturno del Cinclnatl en San
Luis
En la Liga Americana
Los Medias Rojas vapulearon
a los Carmelitas por doce carre-
ras a 0, bateando 16 lncoglbles
en tanto Mel Parnell solo per-
mita cuatro- Vern Stephens 1-
iual el record de la Liga Ame-
ricana logrando diez asistentas
en la tercera base. Ted Wi-
lliams recibi cinco bases por
oolas. Stephens pudo igualar el
record de la liga en el ltimo
out del Juego. Ken Woods acep-
t la roleta y en vez de tlrai a
primera desde el campo coito
le pas la bola a Stephens quien
nlzo la tirada para anotar.se la
dcima asistencia.
numerosa fu la concurrencia
al primer Congreso Nacional de
Redactores Deportivos que se
celebr el 20 de Mayo en los
salones del Consejo Municipal
de la ciudad de Coln. Un to-
tal de 27 redactores hicieron
acto de presencia en este Con-
greso que de seguro resultar
de positivos beneficios para el
deporte nacional.
Se nombr una comisin com
puesta por los seores, Ricardo
A. Pardo, Arquimedes Fernn-
dez, Daniel Delgado, Guillermo
S. Rolla, Arturo L. Gonzlez y
Carlos Tamayo que se encar-
gue de organizar lo ms pron-
to posible la asociacin nacio-
nal de redactores deportivos
con captulos en todas las pro-
vincias.
RESOLUCIN No. 4
(De 7 de Mayo de 1951) (Por
la cual se hace un nombra-
mlentf).
Por ste medio se nombra al
Sr. Serafn H. Ivaldi J., Suplen-
te dti Fedeado de Baseball por
sta Provincia, Don Manuel A-
zael Bendlburg, quien reemp'a-
zar a ste en su carcter ya
dicho, para bien de los intereses
del Deporte por sta Provincia.
Dado en Bocas del Tero, a los
siete dias del Mes de Mayo del
ao mil novecientos cincuenta
y uno
El Presidente.
Jos Herrera G.
El Secretario
Jos M Alf
El Trincheraio, ano de los
mas vistosos pases que se usan
en la lidia, de toros.
El diestro que con ms fre-
cuencia y maestra hemos visto
re altearlo es el "Compadre" Sil-
verlo, a quien la aficin mexica-
na llana "El Faran de Texoco"
Este pundoroso diestro lo ini-
cia citando al astado de lado
con la derecha y el comps
abierto. Parado en esa forma
casi de espaldas, el torero ade-
lanta la muleta y prende al bi-
cho cuando embisteen direccin"
opuesta a un lasernista-desde
atrs y lo guia pasando la mu-
leta muy abajo y arrimndose
mucho al animal para hacerlo
trasar una trayectoria en sirai
circulo. Luego recorta antes que
el "bicho" termine el recorrido
y le quita el engao de la cara
a la vea que lo dobla y queda
preparado eon la muleta en el
frente para seguir toreando al
astado que al perder el engao
se vuelve rpidamente para
embestir y sigue asi la faena.
ESTADSTICA DE LOS JINETES
(PRIMER SEMESTRE)
Jinetes Montas
Bias Agulrre ....142
Jos Bravo......111
Jorge Contreras 70
King Florea .... 93
Rogelio Trejos .. 120
Bolvar Moreno .109
Esteban Sil vera ..175
O. 8nchez ......9*
Durante las sesiones que
abarcaron un total de 7 ho-
ras, se presentaron importan-
tes ponencias y resoluciones
para beneficio del Cronista
deportivo y del deporte nacio-
nal; entre estas resoluciones
se pueden notar las relaciones
con las reparaciones a todos
los gimnasios del pas y la ter-
minacin de los estadios de Las
Tablas y David.
Un sencillo de Ted Kluszwo-
kl empuj la carrera con jie
loe Rojos vencieron por 4 a 3 en
10 entradas a los Phillies. Al ro
menzar la dcima entrada DLk
Sisler dio un Jonrn que puso
Con la anotacin por 7 a 3 a
favor de los Tigres se suspend'..)
el Juego por lluvia en la cuar-
ta entrada contra los Yanquis.
Los otros partidos entre F*-
iadelfla Medias Blancas y
Senadodes vs. Indios se suspen-
dieron por lluvia.
Nacional y Dep. Remn buscan hoy pasar
al 2P lugar del Ftbol Mayor del Chorrillo
El Congreso escogi como pre
sldente a los seores Manuel
Roy Director del Departamen-
to de Educacin Fislca y Jos
D. Bazn, Alcalde del Distrito
de Coln. Estas designaciones
fueron verificadas por unani-
midad.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol del Chorrillo
Circuito Mayor
i G. E. P. Pie.
PRI................ 6 1 3 13
Dep. Pern ......4 2 4 le
Dep. Remn ....... 4 14 8
Nacional ......... 3 t 4 8
Mendosa ............ 3 4 4 6
El Circuito Mayor del Ftbol
del Chorrillo anuncia para esta
tarde en el cuadro de Barraza
el juego entre los equipos NA-1 bltro.
CICtSAL vs DEPORTIVO RE- les.
MON.
Ambos equipos se juegan Im
portante colocacin en la Justa,
ya que el Remn con una vic-
toria pasara al segundo lugar
mientras que el Nacional bus-
car la oportunidad de empa-
tar la misma posicin.
En el pasado encuentro el
PRI derrot al Remn por 5
a 1 y el otro Juego anunciado
entre Remn y Mendoza no pu-
do efectuarse por falta de r-
El Congreso aprob una re-
solucin presentada en el sen-
tido de pedir al Honorable
Consejo Municipal de Coln,
gestione la trada a la Patria
de los restos mortales del glo-
rioso boxeador, Alfonso Tefi-
lo Brown. La resolucin men-
cionada a sido muy bien recibi-
da en los circuios deportivos
del pais, y estamos seguros que
al honorable consejo municipal
de Coln se unirn otras enti-
dades deportivas para llevar a
feliz realizacin el clamor de
todos los deportistas naclona-
lo 2o 3o F.deP. Sumas ganadas
51 34 18 39 B/. 30.005.00
32H 24 V4 18 38 13.650.00
23 15 18 16 8.505.00
21 18 10 44 8.697.00
21 15 17 67 8.055.00
IHV, 21 Vt 21 48 8.675.00
17 33 y2 34 90 Vi 8.172.50
16 19 18 6.342.50
(Cortesa de la Oficina de Estadsticas)
Se inaugur con
entusiasmo la liga
de base de Antn
ANTON, Mayo 24 (Correspon-,
sal Deportivo A. Cbong) Ante
una escasa concurrencia se
inaugur la Liga de baseball
de Antn con el Juego entre
los Deportivo Mambo y Depor-
tivo Agua Lluvia.
El Deportivo Agua Lluvia lo-
gr el triunfo por anotacin
de 4 carreras a 1. Por los per-
dedores comenz en la caja de
lanzamientos Julio Medina
quien explot y entr enton-
ces Snchez quien a su ves le
dej la loma a Pritl Gilberto.
Los ganadores conectaron un
total de siete incoglbles y los
perdedores cuatro. Este juego
fue dedicado a "El Panam-
Amrica" y
cooperacin
deportivo.
"La Hora" por su
con este circuito
El Mike dividi honores con el Royal en su
ltimo compromiso del torneo de boliche
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
Selecta .......... 35 21
Mike ............... 39 25
Tropical........... 34 6
Royal .............. 32 28
Entrometido* ..... 36 34.
Martins ............ 29 31
dava dos juegos importantes,
contra el Pinocho esta noche y
contra los Entrometllos en la
.625 I prxima semana, teniendo que
.609 ganar 5 de los 8 puntos para
Club deportivo se
fund en S. Francisco
Un entusiasta grupo de de-
portistas residentes en San
Se Necesita Un Idioma
Internacional De Base
NUEVA YORK. Mayo 24 (UP)Anoche qued demostra-
do que se necesita un idioma Internacional para Jugar la pe-
lota. Bert Vargas, uno de los cubanos del Geneva de la Li-
ga de la Frontera, fu declarado out en primera. Como Var-
gas ne habla ingls comenc a gesticular tratando de expli-
car que se le haba obstruido el naso.
La primera base del Cornwall, Bill Melzig que no habla
espaol Interpret mal los gestos y le tir un golpe a Vargas.
Les jugadores salieron del banco. Los canadienses empua-
ron los bates y los criollos y norteamericanos del Geneva par-
tieron en busca de los suyos.
Afortunadamente la sangre no lleg al rio y el Juego con-
tinu sin consecuencias fatales.
Se desconoce si un traductor annimo explic a Metxig
la intencin de Vargas.
Este grupo do foot-
ball estar formado
por 25 personas i
f
. El Club Deportivo Dltranl ha
comenzado los preparativos pa-
ra su viaje a San Jos de Costa
Rica el jueves de la prxima
semana de acuerdo con el Te-
legrama y Contrato qua reel*
bl ayer.
El Telegrama est redactado
en los siguientes trminos:
Seor ,
Francisco Dltranl
Panam. '
Despachados Contratos, Jue-
go fijo tres Junio, salida Pana-
m deber ser Jueves treintl-
uno-
Fedefutbol-Costa Rica.
Igualmente dicho deportista
recibi el Contrato, en el cual
se estipulan gastos de viaje de
Ida y vuelta por via area; to-
dos los gastos que demanda
el equipo durante su estada all
doscientos dlares por el Jue-
go; el equipo deber llevar
el 80% de jugadores que par-
ticiparon en el pasado Cam-
peonato Centroamericano y del
Caribe de Ftbol; la Delegacin
tendr un mnimo de 25 per-
sonas, etc.
La Delegacin estar for-
mada por 18 jugadores, un en*
trenador, un masajista, un Se-
cretarlo, Un Director, un mlem
bro de la Liga Provincial, un
miembro de la Federacin Na-
cional y un Redactor Deportivo.
Se pedir que el miembro de
la Liga sea asi es posible un
mdico por razones que estn
dems explicar.
El Club Deportivo Dltranl,
enviar a la Asociacin de Re-
dactores Deportivos de Pana-
m, una invitacin para que
nombre un miembro que sea
incluido en la Delegacin quo
vlajr la prxima semana a
Costa Rica. Se entiende que se
preferir a los cronistas que se
estn agitando en el ftbol, co-
mo Ardlnes, Maestre, Vargas
ete.
El Club pedir a la- Liga loa
refuerzos necesarios.
'''
Trirtmn
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atas iMilin * aa* fts-l
minaras aSjaaa tu sflsaaa 6S)I
indigaatiaa aasaa, i.iMiiihi.rleel
atraa
A. Urea del Unin lanz un juego sin
ni carreras en La Chorrera
artgtaaoaa ar la m
tanaca), aataaaaa
naa cala a Mea trac*: asheSi
cucaaraatta aa ata Te raso al
, eallaata 7 tatele nalHol
aeje a aa a. ||
arar
na i
aa-aa eellaate j .
Saapvas aa eaSa comida.
Neutracld a an arada*** ara.1
hacho eapaclahaaata para aUvlaal
laa tntomaa aa leer, aceda, pe-"
aaes. ladtgvrtlna aMa, dalaraa
abdominales prodaeieaa par loa I
acidas 7 otro* traatoma.
Nanea ha erperlneated* ata* I
mejora aenaejaate. Compra nal
eaJa k*y lamo. Pida HTO-1
TRACTO aa culenle
mad a.
Imana far-
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de La Chorrera
G. P. PJe.
\jnlon ............ t 4 1.004
Dep. Chin .......... 2 1 .504
Balboa ........... 0 Z .404
El Puerto ........... 2 .404
En los dos partidos de la Li-
ga Invernal de La Chorrera,
que se ofrecieron ltimamente,
el Dep. Chin siguiendo su ra-
. cierta profesora del Lleco C. Vieja ......... 3S
manifest oue en fu tiempo no
st vea eso. corroborando con
e: h Fanlfestacln rue no deba-
mos -acer tal cosa. Pero nje*-
lio humilde criterio no es el
Ti i o oue-ellos y no creemos
qi-e Torque el'os no exiiicr-T.
tu se ros no df'-emos exigir.
(Continuar)
La clase l?sallista
19^-32 tiene e nr k na reii^i^n
La Clase Lssslllsla de 1931
1032 tiene e ta noche a '~s 7 y
.567 poder coronarse campen. En
333 el Juego de anoche se desta-
500 caion por la Casa Mike, Her-
.483 man y Arango con series de 576
.404 y 518 respectivamente; por el
.3501 Royal, Cowes con 506.
Las snotaciones fueron las
El Mike termin anoche sus siguientes:
compromisos en el torneo de I
bolos "Caf Duran" dividiendo I '.lrn
honores con el Royal. A la Se- i "f.^0
lecta que se encuentra en el {""."rin
puesto de honor, le faltan to-1 gjjg"'
Las llagas
se cicatrizan
Una aplicscion produc alivio
Herman
MIKE
132 191
148 175
116 140
182 177
184 211
123
180
157
159
182
6
503
413
518
576
Francisco de la Caleta fund
un Club que se dedicar a fo-
mentar el deporte en ese sec-
tor de nuestra comunidad.
La directiva qued integrada
de la siguiente manera: Pre-
sidente, el conocido deportista
Nick Nell. El vlce-Presidente
Mariano Abad; Secretarlo, Ro-
drigo Araz; y Fiscal E. Guz-
man.
Nos inform el Sr. Nell que
iniciarn sus actividades de-
rtlvas con un partido amls-
oso de Softball con los sub
Campeones de la Liga Comer-
cial, los entusiastas chinitos del
Control del Comejn.
El encuentro ser el domingo
prximo a las diez de la maa-
na en el cuadro Junto a la plan
ta de la Fuerza y Luz de San
Francisco de la Caleta.
CITACIONES
LIGA PROV. DE FTBOL
Pide puntual asistencia a to-
dos los directores y Represen-
tantes por los varios asuntos
de importancia que debern I cha de triunfos venci por pi-
resolverse en la reunin de esta' *a"a de U-M Bt *ay en
noche a las 8 en el local de el segundo juego A. Urea lan-
zando por el Unin se apunto
un juego "sin hits ni carreras"
sobre el Puerto.
Las anotaciones condensadas
de estos juegos fueron:
C. H. E.
Dep. Chin 11 14 t
Balboa 5 5 4
Lanzador ganador: D. Salinas
(2-0i -Perdedor C. Hernn-
dez, quien relev a D. Montl-
costumbre.
CLUB DEPORTIVO PACIFICO
Avisa a sus miembros que la
reunin semanal se adelant
para esta noche a las 7.30 en
su local d ela Avenida Central
(altos del 5 & 10 cts.) y espe-
ra puntual asistencia
QUINTETO CARDENAS
Tiene reunin prctica esta
tarde a las 5 en el Tugar con-
venido, y solicita puntual asis-
tencia a todas las jugadoras
del equipo.
Ha en el Sr. acto (0-2).
Mejores bateadores H. Urea
e I. Celestino 3-2 J. del C. Sn-
chez y D. Salinas 4-2.
Unin Puerto C. 5 H. 1Z E. 1 l
Lanzador ganador A. Urea
Perdedor S. Mendieta. En este
juego ningn jugador porteo
logr pisar la tercera base,
solamente pisaron la inicial.
Se destacaron con el bate F.
Carrasco con 4-3, A. Urea 3-2
F. Castillo J. Urea y A. Ro-
driguez 4-2.
tef
Mm
ojos PAW
K
El EQUIPO DE FTBOL Lord
Chesterfield, tiene prctica es-
ta tarde en el cuadro dtl Ins-
tituto Nacional, y se encarece
puntual asistencia para indi-
car a la vez el prximo com-
promiso.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servido
Sanitario en el Campe de
Juegos de SANTA RITA
762 894 801 2456
Carcherl
Lombana
Piad
Rn al inatanta que aa aplica al i Cov.es
urfanto Kosant a una llaga re- McGeachv
bflde. ee comlenea a notar el alivio '
aue iu gian poder curativo ocasiona.
Kozene pronto aera \n* mipuraclo-
nea xcealvae de laa clulas afecta.
ROYAL
141 141
150 90
154 139
158 175
151 190
141
176
142
173
127
423
416
434
506
468
S3 rna reunin en el fineta da,, quita el do). y su accin ca-
An- -ni y por los vsr o, e im-. mant. 7 ..-^t,",, &
S3: n -s asuntos rue se tra- :rITA qVK BKa cicatrice m-
ir; 1 V resOlve-n se p'de ,i,imeotn. Obtngase ca la ar-
puntvai ,s<*tncl* a todos los* macla.
miembros de ese grupo. i
754 735
Handicap 50 50
759 2248
50 150
804 785 8092398
Juego de esta noche;
PINOCHO vs SELECTA
Turnesa perdi
en el lomeo de golf
de la Gran Bretaa
PORTHCAWI, Gales Mayo 24
(UP)__ Siete norteamericanos
avanzaron en el campeonato
nacional de golf amateur bri-
tnico en el cual qued elimi-
nado Lewis A. de Herrera, el
ltimo de los argentinos que
quedaron en dicha competen-
cia.
Jim Mehale de Flladelfla
venci por 3 a 2 a Herrera. Los
norteamericanos Bill Turnesa
capitn del equipo por la Copa
Walker, campen de los Esta-
dos Unidos dos veces y una de
Ja Gran Bretaa, perdi frente
al joven escoces de 19 aos Da-
vid Reid. El campen norte-
americano, San Urzeta que se
enfrenta hoy al escocs Wilbur
Mulrhead est considerado co-
mo uno de los jugadores con
mejores perspectivas de ceir-
se la corona, pero su compa-
triota Frank Stranaham que
Jugar con el irlands Jee Carr
puede presentarle la mayor opo
sicin de todas si logra vencer
a su fuerte contrario de hoy.
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