The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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JDR. FELIPE JUAN ESCOBAR analizes Dr. Arnulto Arias' posit tlon in the-setting, aside o the'constitution, while Dr. Arias,
lithout apparent Interest In the proceeding, reads "Kon-Tiki."
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ENTERING THE CHAMBER o the Assembly, Dr. Arias Is shown being escorted by officers
ol the Panama Police.
MARCHING to the National Assembly, Panamanian women participating; In the demonstration
the verdict that came ten hours later.
Allies Knife
Across 38th;
Front Breaks
TOKYO. May M (UP) Fast
moving Allied forces, Including
United States Marines, knifed
across the 38th Parallel at sev-
eral points on the crumbling
east central front today, while
a strong Allied task force near-
ed Inje, six miles Inside North
Korea.
South Korean forces on the
east coast occupied Yangyang,
also six miles across the border.
The Marines took scores of
prisoners, who had refused to
fight. The routed Reds offered
virtually no opposition. The al-
lies are taking more prisoners
than ever before.
However two Chinese corps
about 60,000 men at lull
strength not committed in
the recent spring offensive are
believed In front of the Marine
positions, capable of striking
back if the Reds decide on a
counterattack.
Another task force advanced
to within six miles of Hwachon,
the Communist escape hatch on
the central front.
All along the 120 mile Korean
front the main United Nations
force urged close to the 38th
parallel in 24-hour monsoonal
rain.
Only light resistance was met
by the Allied spearheads, but
stubborn resistance was en-
lountered by the following tide
of Infantrymen mopping up
groups of by-passed Chinese
striving to elude the Allied net.
But many Reds are believed
to have escaped along the
mountain trails.
The rain nearly grounded the
Allied air force which flew only
88 sorties, the lowest number
since April 28.
Arnulf o Back In Jail
After Guilty Verdict
Anglo Iranian
Oil Appeals
To World Court
LONDON, May 26 (UP) Tht Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company appealed to the International Court of Justice
at the' Hague today for arbitration in the dispute over
Iron's nationalization of the company's vast oil properties.
- It is understood Iran refuses to arbitrate the case,
and that the company, in which the British Government
is the majority stockholder, has asked the International
Court to brand Iran a violator of international law.
The company has so far stu-
diously ignored an Iranian gov-
ernment ultimatum to send a
representative to Teheran by
next Wednesday to work out
details of the transfer of the
company's properties.
In Its appeal to the Interna-
tional Court the company in-
voked article V of Its 1833
agreement with Iran.
This provides that any com-
plaint by one of the parties
against the other should be ar-
bitrated by a tribunal consult-
ing of one representative from
Iran, one from the company,
and an umpire to be agreed on
by the parties.
If they cannot agree the um-
pire is to be appointed by the
President of the Hague Court.
There is every sign that the
British government will not use
force except as a verv last re-
tort, and then only to protect
British Uves.
The major question is wheth-
er Britain can afford to let
Iran tear up its agreement with
the oil company without offer-
ing some resistance.
Oil experts agree such an ac-
tion by Iran will probably end
,%ie flow of Irani n oil on wh'-b
and much of Western Europe
depend for fuel.
Meanwhile the United States
renewed Its plea that the Iran-
ian government strive for a
friendly settlement.
The request was made in an
aide memoire handed to Iran-
ian Foreign Minister Kagher
Kazemi In Teheran by Ambas-
sador Henry Orady.
Orady assured the Iranian
government that the United
States "does not Intend to med-
dle In Iran's Internal affairs,
nor oppose Iran's/ sovereign
rights nor the expressed desires
of the Iranian Government re-
garding control of Iran's re-
sources.
"There Is, however, legitimate
basis for a deep and proper in-
terest on the part of the United
States Government in a solu-
tion of Iran's oil problem."
Early Action
On Tax Relief
Is Predicted
Dr. Arnulfo Arias, formally removed as President of
Panam and barred from holding public office for the rest
of his life, today was back in his cell at the Crcel Modelo
awaiting possible criminal charges.
The former idol of the Panamanian people, impeached
at a previous session and forced out of the Presidencia
Under armed might, heard the end to his spectacular poli-
tical career at yesterday's historic trial by the National
Assembly.
After the 40 man body had reached a verdict, As-
sembly President Csar Guillen ordered Arnulfo to stand
up and hear the sentence.
It read: ". to be removed from office and deprived
permanently of the right to hold public office."
Supreme Court
Agrees To Review
Gardner Suit
The Supreme Court of the Uni-
ted States has agreed to review
the case of Evelyn C. Gardner vs.
the Panama Railroad Company,
according to word received today
by her attorney, Woodrow de Cas-
tro.
The damage suit for $30,000
was filed after Miss Gardner fell
in the bathroom of a cabin on
the S.8. Panama in December of
1947 and suffered spinal injuries.
Three suits have been filed since
that time.
Miss Gardner, an American,
had been a stenographer and
court reporter for the Ancon Dis-
trict Court before her accident.
lorida Hikes Pay
For Patrolmen,
Judges, Jobless
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. May 28
(UP). The Florida legislature
gave Its apDroval yesterday to a
series of bills which promise big-
ger pay checks for high-level
judges, hiehway patrolmen and
the unemployed.
Two measures earning a favor-
able vote would provide Florida
with a bigger and better paid
Supreme Court. One would in-
crease the number of high court
Justices from seven to 10; an-
other would boost their pay from
$10,000 to $12,500 a year.
The Senate passed a house-ap-
proved bill to raise workmen's
compensation from $22 to $35 a
week and increase Jobless be-
nefits from $15 to $20 a week for
18 weeks.
The lower House, by a 79 to 5
vote, passed a bill to provide a
$75 a month pay raise for Florida
highway patrolmen and to in-
crease the strength of the patrol
from 190 to 300 men."
Jammed Car Window Drives
Owner Mad; Dump Next Stop
IN TIK CROWDED Legislative Chamber Dr. Arias listens to the announcement
of his sentence.
A jammed window so provoked
Henry A. Langley yesterciay that
he proceeded to wreck his 1939
Plymouth with a hammer.
Policeman J. H. Harris dis-
covered the owner with his da-
maged car when he was attract-
ed to a large group of people
that had collected In Red Tank
to witness the sight.
Langley, a Panamanian who is
employed at the Corozal Hos-
pital explained that two weeks
ago someone broke a window on
his car. and he had to have It
repaired. Yesterday, when he at-
tempted to open one to get Into
the car, it would not budge. With
a screw driver, he attempted to
pry his way in. Finally he seized
a hammer and proceeded to
smash the door, rear window,
wlndshelld, headlights and tali
lights.
The automobile was a com-
Klete wreck. Although no charges
ad been brought against
Langley, he was notified to clean
up the mess and remove the ve-
hicle to the dump.
Before departing. Langley was
examined by the Pedro Miguel
Dispensary Doctor.
WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP)
F^ly action by the House
Way and Means Committee to
grant some relief to United
States workers In the Panam
Canal Zone from retroactive In-
come tax for 1950 Is forecast by
responsible committee sources.
Tentative plans are to draft
a special bill to do this, though
there la a possibility the com-
mittee may accept a measure
Introduced by Representative
Daniel Reed, R N.Y., who has
long been seeking action on be-
half of Canal workers.
The Ways and Means Com-
mittee agreed informally early
this week to take up the mat-
ter Independently of the gen-
eral tax bill on which It is
working.
The prevailing sentiment seems
to be that the retroactive law
was unfair, and should be re-
voked.
The major question Is the
date to which the application
of the tax should be changed.
Some favor Oct. 1 1950 on
the grounds that the law was
enacted in September and should
become effective shortly there-
after.
Others favor enforcement as
of Jan. 1 1951 on the grouno
that the tax should start with
the beglnlng of the calendar or
fiscal year.
The present law requires pay-
ment starting Jan. 1950.
A Congressional spokesman
said that If much controversy
develops over the date, or other
phases of the proposed change
the majority section of the
committee probably will write a
new bill and push it through.
But if opnlon Is nearly un-
animous on the provisions of
the Reed Bill, then It may be
adopted without much discus-
sion or delay.
Republican Reed Is a minor-
ity member on the committee.
It is the custom for the ma-
jority to write a bill, and thus
Increase Its share of credit fjt
its passage
The trial yesterday got under
way at 8 a.m. but progress was
very slow as the deputies insisted
on tl> appearance of Arnulfo
who had previously stated his re-
fusal to take part.
The former president said he
could not attend because he was
111 but the deputies named a com-
mission of doctors to examine
him and after he was pronounced
fit enough to be taken to the As-
sembly the trial really got going.
Arnulfo arrived at the Assem-
bly shortly after 4 p.m. under po-
lice guard. He was booed roundly
by the hundreds outside the As-
sembly building and the packed
galleries inside but there was no
Incident.
The two-time president, natti-
ly dressed In a grey, double-
breasted suit, smiled as he enter-
ed and took his seat directly in
front of the Assembly president's
desk and close to the accusing
lawyer*.
He carried with him a book
("Kontlkl," the account of the
Pacific raft crossing) and while
his accusers ranted on, at length,
branding him as "the would-be
dictator," he calmly read the no-
vel.
Although the Assembly had
declared Itself to be a court of
justice, the atmosphere was
anything but that. Charges by
the prosecutors received loud
and constant cheers while Ar-
nulfo, who had prepared no de-
fense, simply waited for it to
come to an end.
In his lapel. Arnulfo wore the
button of the French Legion of
Honor. In the rank of the Grand
Cross. He touched It once or twice
during the prosecution's testimo-
ny and, occasionally, when the
charges by Prosecutor Felipe
Juan Escobar were particularly
biting, he paused to wipe his
glasses, then turned slowly to look
at the orator out of the corner
of his eye.
Arnulfo went to the Assembly
against his wishes. He had said
before that he could expect no
justice from the body that had
already impeached him and he
spoke only twice at the trial.
When he was asked If he plead-
ed guilty or not. he replied:
"If there is blame in my ac-
tion. It is the blame of having
defended my people."
Near the end of the trial (at 6
p.m.) when he was asked if he
had anything to say, he began:
"The people must give the ver-
dict...."
He was drowned out with boos
but he merely smiled back at the
galleries and sat down.
A recess was then called and
shortly afterwards Arias asked to
speak and the request was
granted.
Opening in Latin, he spoke
very briefly.
"Vox popull; vox Del" (the
voice of the people Is the voice
of God), he began. "In 20 years
of public life I have looked af-
ter the Interests of this country.
From faraway lands I have
sought the happiness of this
country with all the patriotism
and love I have for its people.
This court Is trying me on a
political basis. It is the people
who have to give the verdict and
they will do so at the proper
time."
Jeers and catcalls came from
the galleries. Then an orange
Eeel and a bottle cap were hurled
i his direction.
Arnulfo merely smiled, yawned,
drank water and chatted with
the policemen near him.
It was over an hour later when
the deputies returned to an-
nounce the verdict.
When Arnulfo stood for tin
reading of the sentence he was
erect, wearing just a trace of the
smile he held throughout the
trial.
The long list of charges was
read and the sentence pro-
nounced.
Arias was told that the de-
cision was without appeal and
the Assembly announced It was
recognizing Alclblades Aroseme-
na as president to the comple-
tion of the present term In 1952.
As Arnulfo signed the Assembly
resolution in a steady hand, the
galleries broke out In singing the
National Anthem, just as Arias)
looked up and smiled once again.
He was whisked back to the
Jail at 7:36 without incident.
He Is now under orders of Su-
perior Court District Attorne*
Carlos A. Lopez, held for ques-
tioning in the slaying of two po*
lice officers in the fighting in-
side the Presidencia which fin-
ally ended with 18 dead, most of
whom were loyal followers of Ar-
nulfo.
The district attorney has given
no indication when, if ever, cri-
minal charges will be filed
against Arnulfo.
DR. ARNULFO ARIAS Is asked bv the President of the Na-
tional Assembly to move to another room, for his own pro-
tection. He replied that he was not afraid of the crowd.



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New Excise Tax To Increase
Expense Of Your Daily Shave

BY REXCHANEY
WASHINGTON. May 26. (UP)
House tax writers eased their
proposed levy on high Incomes a
little yesterday but voted to raise
the capital gains tax and to im-
pose a new 10 per cent manufac-
urers' excise tax on safety razors
and blades.
The House Ways and Means
Committee, which has just about
completed work on the new tax
bill, now has agreed tentatively
to raise about $7,200,000,000 In
new revenue.
Its actions, however, are sub-
ject to a final committee vote,
u House approval, and possible re-
;1 -vision In th Serrate, president
Truman asked for $10.000.000.000
In new taxes to put the defense
program on a pay-as-you-go ba-
sis.
The new tax on razors and
blades is expected to bring the
Treasury about $6,000.000 a year.
It Is not a retail sales tax but
probably would be passed along
to consumers indirectly In higher
prices.
The committee voted to apply
the new 12-1 per cent "Defense"
tax on personal Income to the
capital gains tax a levy charg-
ed on profits made In sale of
houses, automobiles, stocks and
other "capital" Items.
The present capital gains tax
goes up to 25 per cent of the
profit Involved. The proposed le-
vy would raise this to a llttle#over
28 per cent if the seller had to
pay the full 25 per cent.
The 12-4 per cent defense tax
on Individuals was voted Wed-
nesday as a hike In the annual
dollars-and-cents tax bill of all
taxpayers. This was aimed at
giving lower-income earners a
better break than an earlier i crder.
plan, and tapping the well-to-do Mrs.
to pay more than 94 per cent In
taxes on any part of Ills Income.
Yesterday's action does not af-
fect Wednesday's vote setting an
overall celling of 90 per cent on
the total taxes that can be col-
lected from any taxpayer. This
celling applies to the entire tax,
however, and not to portions of
income which can be taxed up to
94-i per cent.
PTA Chiefs Declare
Against Gun Play.
Murder, Ugly Sex
MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. May 26.
(UP)The Board of Managers
of the National Congress of
Parents and Teachers requested
radio and television broadcast-
ers today to clean up their
"blood and thunder" programs
for children.
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ed the National Association of
Radio arid Television Broad-
casters to adopt a code accept-
able to the American family
and endorsed Universal Military
Training only "if it Is neces-
sary"
The PTA Is against blood
and thunder programs." Mrs.
Joseph W. Eshelman of Bir-
mingham said. "We are against
gun play, murder and the ugly
side of sex."
-Instead of current Western
stories built around bang, bang,
murder, we suggest stories of
Western life such as are shown
in rodeos. As to comic books,
there again substitution Is In
for bigger Imposts.
But the committee was told by
its. experts today that the 12-1
per cent boost would mean a tax
of more than 100 per cent on mo-
ney earned In excess of about
$80.000 a year. So the tax group
decided that no one should have
Eshelman, who was In
charge of a committee that
drafted the resolution for broad-
casters, was-asked about Faye
Emerson's neckline In television
shows.
"I understand It has been
raised somewhat." she replied
coyly. "But the PTA has nothing
to do with raising It."
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WASHINGTON, May 26, (UP)
Federal Judge Walter M. Bastan
Thursday stayed the execution
of seven Nati war criminals who
were to have been hanged at mid-
night in a CVrman prison.
Bastan granted a postpone-
ment until at least 10 a.m. Tues-
day, while he studied .legal argu-
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Nazis.
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Sometimes you see a bridge
player staring up at the celling
while everybody waits for him to
make a play. What is he looking
for? Inspiration. What should he
be doing? Acting on the basis of
knowledge Instead of waiting for
a sudden flash from a kindly
Providence ^
For example, the hand shown
today would find many average
players scanning the celling or
scratching their heads. The ex-
pert acts as though there were
nothing to think about.
When the hand was actually
played. West opened the six of
spades. East put up the queen,
and South won with the ace. Ex-
pert West knew at once that
South had the Jack of spades,
since East would have played the
Jack rather than the queen if he
had been able to do so.
South led a diamond, West
played low, and dummy won with
the king. Dummy returned a
heart, and South led another
diamond, and West made the
right play without a thought or
a care in the world.
The average West would fret
and stew about whether to put
up the ace of diamonds or whe-
ther to hold off a second time. If
he decided to "play safe" by
holding off, declarer would romp
home with nine tricks: one spade,
two hearts, two diamonds, and
four clubs.
The actual West player, an ex-
pert, put up the ace of diamonds
without hesitation1 because on the
first round of diamonds East had
ilayed the three. This was the
owest diamond that East could
hold, and East would have played
his higher diamond if he had
held only two diamonds.
From East's failure to pla;
high diamond It was clear
he had exactly three diamonds.
Hence West could count the en-
tire suit and could know that
South had started the hand with
only two diamonds. With this
knowledge to guide him, West
needed no inspiration; he could
take the ace of diamonds on the
second round of the suit.
West then returned a heart
(although even a club return
would have been safe). South
could not develop nine tricks
without trying for a low-card
trick in hearts, but when East got
in with the queen of hearts he
returned a spade. This gave West
three spade tricks to defeat the
contract.
that
SOFT TALK OMITTED
CAMBRIDGE. Mass, May 26
(UP) Wounded four times in
Korea, Sgt. Paul V. Ryan, 19,
came home to Cambridge on a
30-day leave and signed up five
friends for the Army. The Sec-
ond Infantry Division veteran
said he talked up the battles,
the tough times and the com-
radeship and skipped the "soft
life" stories of Army life in sell-
ing the service to his buddies.
to let these men be executed to-
day." He scheduled a hearing for
10 a.m. Monday on a Government
motion to dismiss Magee's suit.
The Supreme Court twice has
refused to hear appeals on behalf
of the seven, the last of Adolf
Hitler's mass murder overlords.
The postponement was grant-
ed less than two hours before the
seven condemned men were ex-
pected to go to the gallows In
Landsberg prison.
The seven men, clad in the red
Jackets of death row. received
"final" visits from their wives
Thursday.
They had been convicted by
American war crimes courts of
the butchery of thousands of
concentration camp Inmates,
mostly Jews. Every previous re-
course to American courts, every
appeal to American civil and
military authorities In Germany,
had failed.
The seven condemned are:
SS Gen. Oswald Pohl. called the
greatest slave master In history.
Destroyed the Warsaw ghetto.
Deported or exterminated 56,000
Jews.
SS Col. Paul Blobel. Ordered
the slaughter of 60,000 persons
In two days.
Werner Braune, a Gestapo
chief In charge of extermination
units.
Otto Ohlendorf. Braune's as-
sistant. His unit killed about 90,-
000 persons In one year.
Erich Naumann, SS general.
His unit killed many thousands,
mostly Jews and Gypsies.
Georg Schallermaier. convicted
of flogging prisoners to death at
Dachau camp.
Hans Schmidt, adjutant at Bu-
chenwald camp where 5,000 pris-
oners were killed each month
under his personal supervision.
Life Guard Turns
Pilot, And Back
MIAMI, Fla.. May 26, (UP)
Being a life guard probably saved
a young pilot and his bride of
four months today when their
light plane crashed Into the At-
lantic less than 24 hours after he
obtained a flying license.
Stephen Bellows, 21. and his
wife, Bettie, 23, suffered facial
cuts and jjrulses when their
plane went Into a spin and hit
the ocean In the Golf Stream
near fowey roek.
Bellows said his being a life
guard and swimming instructor
at Curtis Park here and his wife's
expert swimming ability helped
them to stay on top of the water
for SO minutes before a tanker
came along. Their plane sank.
Bellows passed his test for a
private flying license yesterday.
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distributed 63,130,000 pamphlets,
posters and other printed mate-
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GOVERNOR AND MRS. NEWCOMER HONORED AT DINNER
GIVEN BY GENERAL AND MRS. PORTER
The Governor of The Panama Canal and Mrs. Franela
K. Newcomer were the truest* in whose honor Major General
Rav E. Porter, Commanding General V. S. Army Caribbean,
and Mr. Porter entertained at dinner last evening-.
The dinner was held at the Commanding General i Quar-
ter at Fort Amador and the nest list included: Governor
and Mrs. Newcomer, the Commander m Chief, Caribbean
Command, Lt. General William H. H. Morris, Jr. and Mrs.
Morris, the Lieutenant Governor of The Panama Canal and
Mrs. Herbert D. Vojel, Brigadier General and Mrs. Francis
A. March, Colonel and Mrs. George K. Withers, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene C. Lombard, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Donovan, Colonel
and Mrs. J. V. Thompson Colonel and Mrs. Lawton Butler,
Colonel and Mrs. Robert L. Mable. Colonel and Mrs. R. J. Mc-
Bride, Colonel and Mrs. M. S. Shore and Colonel and Mrs. 8.
F. Grlswold.
Swedish Minister and Mrs. Enr
ArrlTe from Bogota
The Swedish Minister to Pan-
ama. Colombia and Ecuador and
Mrs. Brynolf Enp; arrived by air-
plane yesterday from Bofrota for
a stay of about ten days. They
are stopping at Hotel El Panama.
General and Mrs. Rice
Entertain Visitors
Major General and Mrs. Oeo.
W.Rlce eave a luncheon Wednes-
day at their quarters on Balboa
Heights for Sir Bernard Dawson.
K..BE.. and Mrs. Dawson. who
were visitors eipre. cUirlrn the stay
of the SS Ranplttki on whlrh thev
are tn>vel"nt; from New Zealand
to England.
Admiral Bledsoe
R~'urns from Chile
Rear Admiral Albert M. B'"d-
goe. commandant; of the Fif-
teenth Naval District, retiene*
yesterdpv from a hort, official
virtt to Santiago. Chile.
Fi'ertaln at
H'el Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Slsurd E. Esser
to^k Dr. and Mrs. Lawence
Johnson to the Atlantic sWe of
the Jsthmi's vesterdav and en-
tertained them at dinner last
evenin at the Hotel Waf>Hlr?ton.
Dr. a"d Mrs. Tohnon sailed this
morr'n on the S3 Ancon lor
New York on a summer vacation
trip. ___
Mr*. Sos^ Hostess
at Dinner Parlv
Compliwentln Mr. and Mrs.
prlque Miro Quesada of Lima,
eru. Mrs. Martin Sosa enterfln-
ed at d'"ner at her home in Pa-
nama Wednesday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Miro Quesada and their
children are leaving soon for
their home after a visit with her
mother. Mrs. Francisco Arias. P..
at her home on the Sabanas.-
Mrs. McLaren Honored
at Simper Party
Captain and Mrs. Richard C.
Sergeant, Mr. and Mrs. George
Low*. Mrs. Madge Culp Tacka-
berry and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Van Horn entertained 4Q guests
at a bufet supper given last eyen-
lni' In honor of Mrs. D. M. McLa-
ren. The party was held at the
home of Captain and Mrs. Ser-
geant on Balboa Heights. Mrs.
McLaren is sailing next Friday
and plans to make her home In
Pennsylvania.
a farewell for Mrs. Arthur C. El-
lis Mrs. Ellis, after residing here
for 22 years, is leaving early in
June to make her home In the
United States. She will visit her
son and daughter in Houston.
Texas, and other relatives in Ar-
kansas and Tennessee before de-
ciding where she will Uve. At the
luncheon today Mrs. Ellis was
presented with a handsome cen-
Mrs. Lananer Sails
on SS Refna del Pacifico
Mrs. Lewis Lanzner of New
York City sailed todav on the 88
Re'na del Pacifico for Havana.
Cuba. She will visit in Havana
and Miami before returning to
her home. Mrs. Lanzner h.s
spent the past several months
with her son and daughter-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lanz-
ner, at Balboa Heights.
Mr. Orr Returning
to Detroit
Thomas Orr Is leaving bv air-
plane tomorrow for his home in
Detroit. Michigan, after a visi' of
two weeks with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. George Carter Orr. in
Balboa.
Farewell Luncheon
for Mrs. Ellis,
About 70 of her friends held a
no host luncheon today In the
ram Room of the Hotel Tlvoll as
Exhausted Freshman
Run Over During
Fraternity Test
HOMESTEAD, Fla., May 26
(UP).t- A University freshman
taking the last test in a frater-
nity "hell week" was crushed to
death by a truck early today
when he fell asleep on a lonely
road.
A companion was critically
injured. The two youths had
dropped exhausted to the fog-
shrouded road after being
brought 30 mijes from the Univ-
ersity of Miami campus bllnd-
iolded and told to find their way
back. ,
The victim was '19-year-old
Thomas Edmund Kleppner of
Washington, Pa. Frederick Evans.
Jr., 18, of St. Louis, Mo., suffer-
ed severe Internal injuries.
Deputy Sheriff John P. Ber-
deaux who Investigated said the
youths apparently dropped In the
road from exhaustion.
James Leroy Moser 19, of a-
perville, III., was with the other
two on the Lambda Cni Alpha
fraternity "road trip" which cli-
maxed the fraternity's "hell
week." He became separated from
the others after "walking for
about two hours" and went to
sleep at a State prison camp.
Moser told University officials
the three had called friends at
the school to come and get them.
He was able to give only "vague"
details, the university said, be-
cause of exhaustion.
"Leaving students at a dis-
tance to make their way Hack is
under normal circumstances no
more dangerous than any hike,"
said University Vicepresident Dr.
Jay F. w: Pearson. "This one end-
ed tragically and the university
Is taking immediate action to
make certain that this cannot
happen again."
However, the university did not
plan any punishment for the fra-
ternity. Officials said none of the
students had been "paddled" and
pointed out that such "road
trips" are common fraternity
practice.
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terplece as a farewell gift from
her friends. i
Colonel and Mrs. Jones
Going to Washington
Colonel Harry H. Jones has
been transferred from Quarry
Heights to dutv In Washington,
D.C. and he and his wife left to-
day on the SS Ancon for New
Yortc. They will spend a month's
leave In Nashville. Tennessee, be-
fore going to Washington.
Music Group
Meeting Monday
The Music Group of the Canal
Zone College Club will meet Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m. at the home of
Miss Dorothy Moody, 0435-A
Frangiapani Street, Ancon.
The program, based on the
symphonies of Tschalkovsky. will
be presented by Mrs. Elizabeth
Withers McNe,vin. Since the
group chairman for the coming
year will be elected at this meet-
ing a f,ull attendpnc is ^''-cd.
Other members of the College
Club are also cordially invited 10
enjoy this program.
Stamp Club to Meet
Mondav Evening
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
hold a regular meeting Monday
pt 7:30 p.m. In the Library of the
J.W.B. After the business meet-
ing a stamp auction will be held.
Visitors are welcome.
Catholic Nurses to Attend
Breakfast
All Catholic Nurses of the Ca-
nal Zone are invited to make re-
servation for a breakfast to be
held tomorrow at the Hotel Tlvoll
following a corporate communion
of the nurses at the 7:30 Mass at
Sacred Heart Chapel. Mrs. Al-
fred Waldorf. Balboa 2-3656. is
taking telephone reservations.
Dr. John Splllane, Lt. Colonel
U.S. Army Medical Corps, will
be the guest speaker at the break-
last.
25 Sailors Still
Missing Alter Navy
Launch Capsizes
NEWPORT, R. I., May 26 (UP)
A helicopter and small craft
searched Newport harbor until
darkness last night for addition-
al bodies as the navy announced
23 men were listed as missing af-
ter a motor launch sinking In
which two men perished Thurs-
day.
The navy said 14 of those listed
as missing were known to have
been on the capsized boat or at
the pier while it was being load-
ed. The other nine v^ere un-
accounted for and might be
AWOL.
About 130 sailors were thrown
into the water when the 50-foot
launch capsized during a nor'-
eoster. Some 26 men were hospi-
talized after their rescue four
of them in serious condition.
The men aboard the stricken
launch were returning to the
ships after an overnight liberty
ashore when the accident occur-
red.
Even as the harbor search was
conducted, a naval court of in-
quiry continued its investigation
into the accident which left
many of the survivors in the
water without Ufe preserves for
20 to 25 minutes before they were
picked up.
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The Altar Rosary Society of St.
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row morning.
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SATURDAY, MAT 24, 19511
Ed Lopat Pitches Eighth Consecutive Triumph
0on Connor Entered in Elks Carter Flabbergasts Experts
Memorial Day '800 Meter With TKO Win (Ivor Willin
on Connor. 18, son of Mr. and
Mr*. Charlea Connors, formerly
of'Bcranton, Pennsylvania, and
present residing at Gamboa,
is entered In the Memorial Day
MP'meter free style swim event
and from all indication "111 get
plefity of competition from some
of the best swimmers In Pana-
ma and the Canal Zone who are
also out to take event plus the
beautiful Elks Lodge Trophy
which goes to the winner.
Don, without question, is one
of the best long distance swim-
mers over to come out of Pana-
ma.
!Don does just as well in the
shorter distance as noted in his
splendid record these past num-
h);)' of years.

"The 1,500 meter and one mile
record in the Canal Zone are still
helfl by Don Connors. Connors
n>ay be best remembered for his
achievement last November 3rd,
when Connors swam a long
distance marked course in Pa-
nama's Llmon Bay. He sped
Prizes For May 30
Track Meet Arrive
Prises for the Canal Zone
Trkyk, Field and Cycle Cham-
pionships, scheduled for the La
Boca Ball Park, Memorial Day,
have arrived and will be dis-
laved over the weekend at the
alboo Commissary.
Included in the attractive a-
wardi are trophies for the l'n-
isport Marathon. K Of C t'en-
tarj. La Boca Athletic Council
Meters, Justice Lodge,
BjWo.E. 4*0 Meters. Lesterie
Jfllflou Meters, Panama Trib-
une 1500 Meters, Fernando
ley Girls' 50 Meters, La
Athletic Council Girls' 75
rs. Leroy Fergus Girls' 100
MV.ttrs and Club Monticcllo's
lsNfeters for Class B men.
through the shark infested and
rougli waters cutting approxim-
ately five minutes from the rec-
ord of the Panama Marathon.
In addition to his best Sunday
stroke "the crawl." Connors can
just as easy swim the Breast and
Back Stroke and hold records in
all three styles.
Don Is a senior In the Balboa
High School and is contemplat-
ing entering college in the States
this fall.
With TKO Win Over Williams
Hit-Happy Dodgers, Comeback
Of Nippy Jones Talk Of N. L.
Faces In
The Majors
USARCARIB Annual
Track And Field
Meet On Tonight
Tonight will'find the Balboa
Stadium crowded with enthu-
siasts as the annual USARCARIB
(Panama Areai Track and Field
meet holds the final events.
Competition is keen as all en-
trants have been training di-
ligently to set the new records
expected.
Flrat shot from the starting
gun will be at 7 pm. and events
will be run in rapid succession
until the winner has been de-
cided. Track events are 100 yard
Dash, la yard High Hurdles. 220
yard Dash, 880 yard Run, and 830
yard Relay race.
Field events are the High Jump,
Discus, Shot Put, Broad Jump,
and Javelin throw. Highlight of
the evening meet Is expected to
be the one mile Run, as no
elimination trials were held and
there is much speculation as to
which aman la the better. As
usuaJ there i#,no charge and
plenty of .parking space is avail-
able.
STRONG BORDER CASE
Tucson. Ariz. (NEA) Arizona
has won eight of 17 basketball
championships. 12 of 15 tennis
titles and seven of 12 golf crowns
I in the Border Conference.
NEW YORK, May 26 (UP).
James W. Carter, who flabber-
gasted the experts by wresting
the world lightweight champion-
ship from Ike Williams last night,
today opened negotiations for his
first title defense against Wil-
liams or Del Flanagan at Ma-
dison Square Garden in August.
The dusky Carter of New York,
who had lost two of three previ-
ous bouts this year, floored the
brown-skinned Williams four
times and won on a technical
knockout at two minutes 49 sec-
onds of the 14th round In the
Garden.
Williams, weakened by making
the weights, lost the undisputed
title he won by knocking-out Bob
Montgomery August 4, 1947.
In his sixth defense of the un-
disputed crown, Williams 27
was floored twice by right
smashes to the chin in the fifth
round for counts of five and six.
In the 14th round, the slightly
shorter challenger tore after the
rangy and speedy champion and
battered him about the ring until
the referee stepped In.
Casey Stengel Calls
While Sox 'Definite
Pennant Contenders'
By UNITED PRESS
Two more American League
managers have climbed aboard
the Chicago White Sox band-
wagon.
veteran Casey Stengel calls the
White Sox "a definite threat" to
his World Champion New York
Yankees. Red Rolfe of the De-
troit Tigers agrees with Casey.
"They're not too far away from
us now','' says Stengel, referring
to Chicago's second-place stand-
ing. "And there's no rule in the
book that says they can't pass
us."
Stengel calls shortstop Chico
Cacrasquel second only to his
own Phil Rizzuto. Casey also
marvels at the Improvement of
White Sox second baseman Nel-
son Fox.
"I'll let you in on a little se-
cret," says Casey. 'The White Sox
are gonna' be up there a lot
longer than most people figured."
"It used to be Chicago was
was pretty much of a soft touch."
says Rolfe, "but now you've got
to battle them every second.
Even then you're not sure they
don't Beat ydu."
Although Rolfe praises Chica-
go, he still likes the Yankees.
"It's no accident the Yankees
keep winning." Says Rolfe, who
once played third base for New
York. "They kept their farm sys-
tem going during the war when
a lot of Other clubs closed shop
for the duration. What other
team could come up with three
players like Mickey Mantle, Gil
McDougald and Tom Morgan all
in one season?"
The only two managers who
refuse to concede New York the
pennant are Steve O'Neill of Bos-
ton and Paul Richards of the
White Sox.
"Any club that wins," says
O'Neill, will have to beat us
first. I think we're as good as
any of them."
Richards says "1 like my
club a lot."
By UNITED PRESS
Most of the National League
today is talking about the hit-
happy Brooklyn Dodgers and the
comeback of Cardinal first base-
man Nippy Jones.
Manager Charley Dressen still
could use another starting pitch-
er to go with Preacher Roe and
Don Newcombe, but he's content
as long as his Dodgers keep hit-
ting. Charley says the western
clubs can be counted out of this
year's race that the eastern
teams will dominate the first di-
vision.
"The Giants, Braves and my
club will take over the first divi-
sion," says Dressen. "We can beat
Philadelphia, especially since
they lost Curt Simmons. Jim
Konstanty also has failed to
equal last year's relief perfor-
mances."
Dressen thinks old age will
finally get the Boston Braves.
"I don't think the Braves have
the stamina the Dodgers and Gi-
ants do," Is Charley's opinion.
"Around August the strain will
tell. But their pitching array
can be murder."
Dressen admits the Chicago
Cubs are hot, but doesn't think
they will last.
"They'll get down to their
level soon," says Charley, "al-
though Ransom Jackson and
Andy Pafko keep generating
power. St. Louis Is a contender
only when Enos Slaughter' and
Stan Muslal are in the game."
Dressen likes Cincinnati's
gltchers, but says the Red don't
ave enough power.
Charley warns he is out to
steal the pennant.
"The Dodgers like to play it
like fast horses," says Dreesen.
"We want to get off to a fast
lead and then let the rest try to
catch up."
The come-back of Nippy Jones
Is one of the reasons why the
Cardinals are in the first divi-
sion. Recovered from a back in-
Jury, Nippy has a .428 batting
average since being recalled from
Rochester.
"I Just hope to keep it up,"
says Jones. "There's no funand
no moneysitting on the bench."
Jones underwent a back opera-
tion In the winter of 1949 but it
was unsuccessful. He finished
the year with Rochester. Nippy
was available for the $10,00
draft price before this season, but
there were no takers. Last
winter, he loaded freight and
played sand-lot ball. Jones was
given a ticket to Rochester this
spring but was brought back
when Steve Bllko failed. Since
returning Jones has had 16 hits-
five of them doublesand driven
In 12 rounds.
Reynolds Relieves As
Yanks Win 7-5 From A's
By United Prets
NEW YORK, May 26 Chunky Ed.Lopat lair nigh
ran up hit personal winning to tight straight games and
the Yankees' to five when they defeated the Athletics 7-5
at the Yankee Stadium.
Ed Lopat
Allle Reynold
Curundu Cops Pacific
Little League Crown
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1M Central Ae. at
corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at earner
of 7th at.
Q. R. De ROIX
Manager.
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Sub Manager.
HOURS:
from S:M a.m. to 123* pm
SATURDAYS: from DM a m to IZ:M p.m.
STl'DY 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.
RING FOR
BELL'S
Before another large turnout,
which included Governor New-
comer and Mrs. Newcomer, the
Curundu Councllmen defeated
the Sears Catalog Kids by the
close margin of 6-5. One big in-
ning, the second, when Curundu
scored five runs on one hit meant
the victory. In this inning three
errors at snort proved very costly.
These five runs, plus one run in
the first inning gave the Council-
men a 6-0 lead.
Despite trim lead theiCatalog
Kids fought back and r nearly
pulled the game out of the fire.
While this game was a thriller,
same as the first two games of
the series, it was quite apparent
that the pressure on these knee
high guys was beginning to tell,
and the quality of olay suffered.
In the series of three games,
these 8-12 year youngsters play-
ed to an aggregate attendance of
3600 fans.
Bobby Best went the whole
distance for the Councllmen, and
every time it appeared that the
Catalog Kids were going to rally,
he would bear down, or his team-
mates would come to his rescue,
or example In the fifth Freddy
Bruhn connected for what had
all the earmarks of a homerun,
but Jones the fleet centerflelder
of the Councllmen made a spec-
tacular back hand running catch.
In the third, with two aboard.
Bruhn sent a screaming liner
over second base, when out of
nowhere came Richie Hayden to
spear the ball and turn it into a
double play and kill off a rally.
Jlmmle Watson, started on the
hill for Sears, and while he was
touched for six, runs it was not
altogether his fault. Ronnie Mead
came one in the third and dur-
ing his term on the mound allow-
ed only one hit and was unscored
upon.
The 8erles hitting honors were
divided between Richie Hayden of
Councllmen and Jlmmle Witron
of Sears, both hitting an even
.500. Richie had four nits out oi
eight times at bat, while Jiramle
had three out of six. The rest of
boys finished up this way.
ame AB H Ave.
Hayden .... 4 .5t0
J. Watson 3 .500
Mead.....7 2 .281
Jones.....9 2 .222
Best.....It 2 .206
Frangionin ... 7 1 .142
.Nahamrd 7 1 ,142
Winklaskjr g 1 .125
Curdts .... 8 1 .125
.Q. Durfee 8 Wlnford .8 f .125 .111
(Rest of batters had averages
of .000.
Pitching record:
Won Lost
Best of Curundu 1 t
Bruhn of Sears 1 0
Hayden of Cur. 1 1
Mead of Sears t 1
J. Watson of Sears 0 1
'Y' Hoop League
CRISTOBAL
The 903rd "D" Btry and Navy
Coco Solo ended the first round
of the Cristobal Armed Services
Warm-Up League in a dead heat
with four wins and one loss. 20th
M.P.'Co. tied the USARCARIB
school for second with a 3-2 re-
cord.
Thursday. May 31st the secon
round gets underway with the
903rd "D" Btry meeting the
USARCARIB School at 19:00 and
Navy Coco Solo tangling with
20th M.P. Co. at 20:30.
Final standing of the Armed
Services Y.M.C.A. Cristobal.
Canal Zone Warm-Up League
1951.
First Round
Team Won Loss
903rd D Btry......4 1
Navy Coco Solo.....4 1
20th M.P. Co......3 2
Usarcarlb School .... 3 2
764th B Btry.....1 4
703rd C Btry......0 5
Twenty-Five Girls
Ready For Bradley
50-Meter Classic
Twenty-five feet-footed girls
are listed for the Fernando Brad-
ley 50 meter" the La Boca Athletic
Council 75 meter, and the Leroy
Fergus 100 meter dashes of the
Canal Zone Track, Field, and
Cycle Championships scheduled
for Memorial Day, at the La Bo-
ca Ball Park.
Club Mercurio of La Boca has
enrolled Charlotte Gooden, cur-
rent 14-year-old sensation who
has been undefeated this year,
Gloria Tait, Dorothy Joseph,
Marjorle Conllffe, Enid Pollard,
Sylvia Jones, and Dolores Baker.
The graves.! threat to the La
Bocans Is expected from Silver
City Athletic Club's quintet of
Dolores Worrell, former Central
American 50 meter champion,
Esther Stewart, Jean Da Costa,
Constance Warner, and Sylvia
Webster.
The Abel Brave Club of Colon
has a formidable team in Beulah
Stephens. Eulogia Menaoza, Eu-
fenla Figueroa, and Seoritas
Prince, Inniss. and Guadalupe.
Gloria Stewart, Esther Alex-
ander, and Delia Simmons will
defend the colors of the Red Tank
Athletic Club. Listed as inde-
pendent is Adeline Bernard,
intercholastlc sprint champion
of Panama City.
Chgres Athletic Club will
make a strong bid with Ruth
Blackman, Cynthia Baynes, The-
resa Manning, arid Teresa Cox.
The schedule for the girl's
events follows:
50-meter, semi-finals 9:50 am.
75-meter, semi-finals 10:15 a.m.
100-meter, semi-finals 10:45 a.m.
50meter, finals 2:10 p.m.
76-meter, finals 2:60 pm.
100-meter, flrtals 3:40 pm.
The victory enabled the Yank-
ees to maintain their two-game
lead over the pursuing White Sox
who downed the Indians 8-4. Al-
though winning, Lopat failed to
finish for the first time this year.
Allle Reynolds was called to the
mound in the eighth after the
Athletics threatened with five
hits.
Billy Fierce scattered eleven
hits as the White Sox fell on
Bob Lemon for five runs In six
Innings to defeat Cleveland.
The Browns edged the Tigers
4-3 and the Red Sox kept up their
fresent w i n ni n g streak by
rounclng the Senators 14-2 at
Boston.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers, still threatening
to crack the National League race
wide open, rolled to-No. 5 in a row
as Preacher Roe beat Vern Blck-
ford and the Braves 4-3.
Catcher Roy Campanella ham-
mered out a homer, a double and
two singles in four times at bat
and scored three of Brooklyn's
runs. '
Bickford helped to dig his
wn grava by walking eight
men but managed to go the
distance because he slopped
Brooklyn's "Murderers Row" ot
Cal Abrami, Peewee Reese,
Jackie Robinson, Gil Hodges
and Carl Furillo.
Wes Westrum homered for the
Giants and Granny Hamner and
Mike Goliat for the Phillies In
game that was won 8-5 by the
New Yorkers.
Ralph Klner hit homer No. t
and George Metkovlch also hit
for the circuit as the Pirates
snapped a six-game losing streak
with an easy 10-1 verdict over
the Cubs. Murry Blckson pitch-
ed a strong five-hitter to win hla
sixth game.
Connie Ryan's grand slam
homer gave the Reds a 5-1 tri-
umph over the Cardinals in ele-
ven innings and earned Ken Raf-
fensberger his second victory.
The Reds took a 1-0 lead be-
hind Ewell Blackwell in the third
inning but the tall righthander
needed help from Smith and Raf-
fensberger when the Cardinal*
tied the score in the seventh.
National League
Boston at Brooklyn.
New York at Philadelphia (N).
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'
Pittsburgh 010 115 020-li 14 0
Chicago 010 ttt 0001 S 1
Dlckson (6-3) and McCullough.
American League
Teams Won Lost Pet. Teams Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn .... 21 13 .618 New York .... 24 .727
St. Louis .... 18 16 .529 t .689
Chicago.....17 16 .515 Boston.....18 It .581
Boston.....18 18 .560 Detroit.....16 14 .533
New York .... 18 1 .416 Washington ... 15 It .414
Cincinnati .... 16 19 .457 Cleveland .... 15 16 .4*4
Philadelphia It 19 .467 Philadelphia 9 24 .273
Pittsburgh .... 16 19 E8 .441 St. Louis .... 9 25 ES .965
TODAY'S GAV TODAY'S GAJ
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St. Louis at Detroit.
Philadelphia at New York.'
Washington at Boston.
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Luke Easter works out on a
bicycle at Cleveland's Municipal
Stadium in an effort to
strengthen the pulled muscle in
his leg. The injury, suffered on
the training trip, had the huge
first baseman on sideliie. (NEA)
Table Tennis Tuneup
Drill Scheduled For
Tuesday at Cristobal
As a tuneup drill for the coming
Isthmian Table Tennis Cham-
pionship opening on June 4. a
group of Istmeo Tennis Club
players will travel to the Atlantic
Side next Tuesday evening to
play an exhibition at the Cris-
tobal Armed Forces YMCA.
Heading the team is Arthur
Joseph, forme rchampion of Ja-
maica, Barclay Bynoe, George
Grannum. William Stephenson,
Wesley Jones, Fabilian Valentina
and Alfred Hamilton, all of whom
will be taking part in the com-
ing series for the CIA. ALFARO
trophy.
Atlantic Side followers of tha
game are invited to witness tha
exhibition which is scheduled to
get underway at 7:30 o'clock.
DAVIS CUP PLAY
Louisville'NEA)The United
8tates meets Japan in DavU
Cup competition at the Louis-
ville Boat Club, July 20-22.


fATCRDAY. MAT M, 1H1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
PAGE PTT1
^Atlantic Society
& 195, QtmA 3,Lpko*, (Jmtm* 37$
. .ENTT-F1R8T GRADUATION
*T USARCARIB SCHOOL
TU, tUt graduating class of the USARCARIR S**"*
Port Gullck receired their *. ^^KSS^ Th5
E. Porter In exercises at tht *,Th*tr *?. r7* raba
mimkt. of the class were from> Cetombla. Cost..Rica, Cub.
Nicaragua. Peru. El Salvador and the tnlted *MB
Orrllle Shaw serred ai translator for the oecaslon.
Chaplain (Captain) John H. .ocate MMOot^yMi,^.
van gave the Invocation and Charity Hazel GriffIth Hop M
Benediction. Colonel James Pum-
pelly. commanding officer of the
School, made the introductory
tmarlca. and presented Col.
.forth L. Kindred. Chief of in-
formation USA CARIB. wheo was
She guest sppaker.
Music for the exerclaes and the
reception, which followed In the
main academic building of the
Ischool. was furnished by the 60th
JXrmv Band, under the baton of
ICWO Daniel Miller.
Invited to the exerciser and re-
Iceptlon were: from Colombia. Dr.
Leopoldo Borda Roledan. Charge
d'affaires of the Colombian Em-
Ibassy. Mr. and Mrs. Patino Hal-
lares, Consul Oeneral In Colon:
Ifrom Costa Rica. Ambassador
Guzman Leon and the Consul
General Mr. Gerardo Jimenez
land Mrs. Jimenez and Consul
land Mrs. Enrique Puccl: from El
Salvador, the Ambassador. Col.
Joaqulm Valdes and Cnsul and
Mrs. Isaac M. Oaorlo; from Ni-
caragua; Ambassador and Mrs.
Elov Sanchez; Consul and Mrs.
Lula JA. Ducruet; from Peru,
I the Ambassador and Mrs. Emilio
Ortiz de Zevallos and Mr. and
Mrs. Legla Rosa: from the lim-
ited States, the Charge d'Affaires
land Mrs. Murray M. Wise: and
I vice-consul and Mrs. Charles
IWhitaker.
Birthday Dinner Party
CWO and Mrs. George Poole.
I Jr.. of Fort Davis, entertained
I with a dinner party Thursday
evening, at their quarters fo
Mrs. George Poole. Sr.. on the
occasion of her birthday anniver-
laarv.
The other guests were Miss
[Marjorle Price and Lt. Gordon
I Green with Mr. George Poole. Sr
and Chris and Kate Poole.
dis Wllloughby. Faith, Carol
Harvey, Chaplain. Martha Gra-
ham, brill Leader, Gwendolyn
Karlger Love. Nancy Karlger.
Religion. Mildred Marquard, Na-
ture Lois Scheldegg. Immortali-
ty Mary B. Sherry. Fidelity, Kath-
rvn Daniels, Patriotism. Barbara
Egolf. Service, Katherlne Argo.
Confidential Observer. Karen
Stroop, Outer Observer. Joan Hol-
gerson, Choir Director, Arlene
vandergrlft, Musician, Marlon
Didrlckson and Members of the
Choir, Henrietta FerrI, June
Rowley Diane McLaren. Carol
George.' Donna Geyer. Roberta
Williams, Marie Fraser. Pamela
Hawthorne. Maydelle Gardner.
Virginia Worley, Diane Schel-
deg and Sylvia Mann.
Over a hundred friends attend-
ed the meeting and enjoyed re-
freshments in the banquet room.
Farewell Shower
Mrs. Michael Barsosky. of Fort
Gullck. had a group of friends in
Wednesday evening to honor
Mrs. Lorraine Lambert, of Pedro
Miguel who Is leaving by plane
Saturday for a vacation In Blue-
field. West Virginia.
The other guests who gave a
shower of handkerchiefs to Mrs.
Lambert were: Mrs. Frank Hot-
tal Mrs. Fritz Frey. Mrs. Norman
McLaren and Mrs. E. E. Stern.
Mrs. Starke Guest
at Dinner and Shower
Mrs. Leonard Starke,
who Is
leaving with Mr. Starke on June
2 to make their home in Denver,
Colorado, was honored with a
dinner given at the Cristobal
Gun Club by a group of friends.
The ladies were seated at a
lone; table which was centered
with red bougalnvllla. In front
of the honoree was a large cake
appropriately inscribed. Mrs.
Starke was given an orchid cor-
sage and a chest of silver dollars
by Mrs. Samuel Roe. from her
friends.
Those who were present in-
cluded: Mrs. Claernce Brown.
Mrs. Peter Coles. Mrs. Ernest
Angermuller. Mrs. Louis Souder
Mrs. Frank Souder. Mrs. Albert
McKeown. Mr. Minerva Black.
Mrs. John McLain. Mrs.# E. J.
Frederich, Mrs. George Carn-
wrlght Mrs. Howard ClarKe,
Mrs. W. T. Hoffman. Mrs. Mar-
tin Nichols, Mrs. David Fltchett,
Mrs. Roy Rhlnehart and Mrs. A.
Sogandares.
Mrs. Floyd Robinson, Mrs. Ted
Ennlebright.Mrs. C. H. Stewart,
Mrs John Dove1. Mrs. Frank
Sweek and Mrs. Jr participated In the gift but
could not attend the dinner.
Special Memorial Service
A special Memorial Service will
be conducted at the American
Episcopal Church of Our Saviour
at 11:00a.m.Sunday. The pastor.
Rev. Milton Cookson will P**
on "A lesson In. living and Dying.
Kipling's famous recessional, in
a setting by De Koven will be
sung by the Senior Choir, with
Mrs. Charles E. Cheek, soloist
Mrs. Rafael de Boyrie. organist
and Mrs. George N. EiTgelke,
choir director.
Memorial Communion Service
will be celebrated at 7:30 a.m.
Probe Virus As Canear Cause
Investigators are studying vir-
uses as a possible cause of can-
cer. No proof yet exista 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 1851 Cancer
Crusade.
HARVEY" TO BE PRESENTED BY GATIJN CIVIC THEATRE
Wilson iC. Reynolds manhandles Elwood P. Dow
(J B. Coman. Jr.) as Dr. Chumley (Curtis George > urges
a iess rugged method of treatment. In the comedy 'Har-
vey'' which is to be presented at the Gatun Clubhouse
at 7:30 p.m. May 31. _______________________
HOLLYWOOD
Miss Marquard Installed In
Ton Office of Rainbow Assembly
An open Installation cerenrtmy
Was held bv the Cristobal Assem-
bly of the Order of the Rainbow
for Girls. Thursday evening at
the Cristobal Masonic Temnle.
Miss Nellie Holgerson. retiring
Worthv Advisor served as Install-
ing officer for Miss Jeannette
Marquard who assumed this of-
fice.
Miss Marquard had her sister.
Miss Mildred Marquard as her in-
stalling Marshall. She was es-
corted to the East through a rib-
bon aisle. As she clipped the rib-
bons, they, with attached flow-
ers, were presented to form a
bouquet far the new Wprthy Ad-
visor. X arel was" given Miss
Marquard from her father.
Miss Holgerson received her
past Advisor's pin as the first of-
ficial act of the Incoming Advis-
or. She was presented a gift from
I her officers In a Rainbow cere-
mony. As she was escorted to the
stations, bouquets of flowers. In
, the appropriate shades, were glv-
|-en her with multicolored ribbons
to form a rainbow bouquet. At
the station of Charity. Miss Ha-
zel Griffith comDleted the bou-
quet by handing her a symbol of
a pot of gold, the highest award
in the order.
The rostrum in the East was
banked with fern and a large J
was formed In the greenery of
carnations. Seated In the east
were Mrs. V. H. May. Mrs. J. H.
Fahnestock. Worthy Matrons of
Roval Palm and Coral Chapters
O.E.S..Mr. CarlH. Starke, mas-
ter of Sojourners. Mrs. J. C. Mar-
quard. mother of the Incoming
Worthy Advisor. Mrs. B. D. Hum-
phrey. Mother Advisor. Mrs. Ken-
neth L. Forrest, Chairman of the
Rainbow Board, and Mr. Forrest
the Rainbow Daddy.
The installing officers were:
Worthv Advisor. Nellie Holger-
son, Chaplain. Joyce Hawchorne.
Marshall Colletta Stlebritz, Re-
corder. Patricia Rud er. Patricia Hvr, Organist,
Mrs. Durwood Stringer.
The Incoming officers with
Miss Marquard were: Worthy As-
Lightning Joe Tells
Mac Ignored Orders
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
Under questioning to' Sen..Brl
en McMahon. D.. Conn., Collins
said MacArthur then marched to
the YarTRlver. "rejecting' the
Joint Chiefs "advice.
Collins' testimony was the first
Indication that MacArthur actu-
ally had Issued orders to his
troops that ran counter to the
policies laid down by the Joint
Chiefs. Both Defense Secretary
George C. Marshall and Gen.
Omar N. Bradley, chairman of
the Joint Chiefs, who preceded
Collins to the stand, said MfWx-
thur violated no military direc-
tives.
Collins stressed that he did
net regard MacArthur's actions
as a "blatant disregard of or-
ders" but rather as an indica-
tion of the general's reluctance
to carry out "basic policies
laid down In Washington.
Thus, he said, the general had
to be recalled.
Republican Sens. William F.
Knowland. Calif., and Harry P.
Cain, Wash., questioned Collins
at length about the two incidents.
Knowland Insisted that the
Joint Chiefs merely "hoped" a
majority ot the troops on the Ya-
lu would be South Koreans. He
read from what he said was an
official document to back up his
statement.
Under questioning by Cain,
Collins said MacArthur. last Oct.
24, notified his field commanders
that he was lifting restrictions
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By JOHN L. STEELE
told Senators Investigating Macero American
gas ns !. ps a ns... hta ss..
frontier, without djlslngus^je^o^^ necessity."
reasons for which he was set down.
which kept American forces beck
from the Manchurlan border ana
told them to replace South Ko-
rean troops with other UN forces
as soon as possible .
Collins ssid the Joint chiefs In-
formed MacArthur immediately
that his orders "not inconson-
ance" with Instructions which
had been sent to him on Sept.
27. He said MacArthur cou'.d
"easily'' have requested clearance
for use of UJS. troops, but "that
was not done."
Collins said MacArthur replied
that he had the "necessary lati-
tude" to modify the Sept. 27 di-
rective because of previous or-
ders to cross the 38th parallel.
He added that MacArthur also
said the Issue was discussed at his
October conference with Presi-
dent Truman at Wake Island.
Collins said that while the Uni-
ted Nations may not be effective,
"by God. until it is proven com-
pletely ineffective. I think we
ought to do everything In our
power to make lt work."
( ) The Joint Chiefs believe
there should be no expansion of
the Korean war. as proposed by
MacArthur. without "the full a-
greement of the nations partici-
pating." To follow MacArthur's
recommendations, he said, would
cost the United States some of its
allies, and it needs all it can get.
2.) He believed, even before
President Truman fired MacAr-
thur that "cumulative differen-
ces" might force a change In the
Far East command. He said he
passed his thoughts "on to no
one."
3.) The latest Chinese Commu-
nist offensive in Korea has been
reversed and the enemy Is in
"pretty complete retreat" after
suffering "a tremendous number
of casualties."
4.) The Joint Chiefs are pre-
Kring a new policy directive
r Gen. Matthew B. Rldgway.
MacArthur's inccessor. Among
other things, it will caU for kill-
ing as many of the enemy as
possible.
6.) He is convinced that Rus-
sian fliers are operating Chinese
Communist planes, but that the
planes have not yet been commit-
ted to the Korean front.
6\) MacArthur had to be recall-
ed because he was not in sympa-
thy with the "broad policies of
the President" on conduct of the
Korean war and "particularly on
the business of whether we would
'go it alone' in the Far East."
Collins repeatedly told the
Senators that MacArthur's pro-
posals risked a world war and
that the United States was not
ready for it.
He said this country has enough
forces to hold the line in Alaska
and the Far East, but not In
Western Europe.
He also said that Chiang Kai-
shek's campaign against the
Communists in China's civil war
was "not properly fought." He
recalled that the United States
"fully equipped 10 Chinese (Na-
tionalist divisions with Ameri-
can equipment and all o It was
lost."
HOLLYWOOD. (NBA)Exclu-
sively Yours. Columbia and Rita
Hayworth have decided that her
come-back picture will be a
straight drama not a song-
and-dance jamboree. Drama of
Tier life with Aly? Once zip-
lipped about the breach with his
wife, Jeff Chandler now admits
that all attempts to bait the
bird of marital peace have failed.

Wanda Hendrix is making no
bones about telling people that
she scooted to New York for
"heartache" reasons when Audle
Murphy married Pamela Archer.
. Debbie Reynolds and Carle-
ton Carpenter are embarrassed
over the whispers of a coming
altar trek. Not true, they say.
. "Quo Vadls" has been snip-
ped down to three hours run-
ning time.

Frances Ramsden, whose only
film appearance was In Harold
Lloyd's "Mad Wednesday," is in
the throes of a divorce. Preston
Sturges, with whom she was once
linked. Is Introducing Sandy Mel-
len, his newest acting discovery,
as "the next Mrs. Sturges."
It's hus-hush, but MUM has
been negotiating for the movie
rights to "South Pacific." The
outcome may determine wheth-
er Eslo Pinsa's contract is re-
newed. Now that MGM has
decided to use her voice In
"Showboat," Ava Gardner Is
making no secret of who planted
the melody In her vocal chords
__composer-coach Phil Moore.
Ellen Drew, after starring In
"Crossroads," a half hour TV
film: "It gave me more chance
to emote in 30 minutes that I've
had In many a full-length feat-
ure."
Vic Mature, hailing the fact
that Hollywood has never had a
social 400: "It's wonderful. You
never hear anyone say, She
comes from a very nice family.'"
Grandma Marlene Dietrich's
TROPICAL TODAY
ffiARDENHlLYKvWlRSISrWttL
br Mil mu 'r^ssSEsessrssssir
2l-years-of-stardom luncheon at
the Ambassador Hotel brought
out the Hollywood press who at-
tended a 1930 bread-breaking in |
the same room when she was
first Introduced to movietown.
d'Hotel, who supervise dthe 1930
Rouben, the Ambassador's maitre
luncheon, paid Marlene a com-
pliment shared by everyone pre-
sent: "She wasn't the glamor
girl 21 years ago that she Is to-
day."

The picture that will co-star
James Mason and Lena Home is
moving closer to the it-can-hap-
pen stage as a Mason independ-
ent to be filmed in Europe. .
Johnny Mack Brown's the latest
cowboy to merchandise articles
under his nameat $25,000 a
year.

Sophie Tucker, who told her
ajents to skip TV after her-de-
but with Jimmy Durante, has
changed her mind. A mountain
of letters from dyed-in-the-wool
Tucker fans who rarely get
around to night clubs turned the
trick. "TV," she old me, "Is an-
other milestone in my life. I'm
thrilled."

Margaret O'Brien snipped those
long braids six inches and has
promised her mother that she'll
consider more shearing. .. Elsa
Lanchester heads east this fall
for her second nightclub tour.
. Gig Young, making a per-
sonal appearance at a drive-in
theater. "It's so n'ce to look Into
your bright and shiny wind-
shields."

Theme song of a movie queen
in the $200.000 per picture brack-
et:
"Can't help loving that manna
of mine."
Cy Howard Is denying that his
romance with Paulette Goddard
is over.... There's a current buzz
that a small army of directors
and producers will follow him if
and when Louis B. Mayer leaves
the MGM fold. Clark Gable
answering reports that he'll set-
tle half a million on Sylvia as a
divorce settlement:
"Well, Isn't that nice?"

Short Takes. Clara Bow's biog-
raphy, "This Is It," is slated for
spring publication in 1952. .
Buster Grabbe, Hollywood's ma-
tinee idol of the '30s, is putting
New York housewives through a
dally calisthenics drill on TV. ...
Joe E. Brown Is still knocking
himself out for the GI's. He flew
to Seattle to greet a troopship of
Korea vets.

It's Audle Murphy and Beverly
Hyler in the "Cimarrn Kid" at
US. .Hollywood is wondering
about Jack Carson's promised
altar trek with Lola Albright now
that his divorce Is final... Esther
Williams, on a goodwill tour
around the country, will model
bathing salts. That's one way to
insure goodwill.
From
Scotland
every
precious
drop

BUCHANAN'S
BLACKsWHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
Distilled, Blended end Bottled In Scotland
By Apeomimeni
M.M. K.niGeoni VI

Sc.iU Whlikr Diitiiu.
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IAMES BUCHANAN AND CO. LTD.. GLASGOW. SCOTLAND
Distributors: AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S.A.
No. 14 Central Ave. Tel. 2-2766
It's Mike Connolly's story about
a temperamental doll who phon-
ed a studio and said she couldn't
report for work. "Fine," was the
reply, "We'll put a blonde wig on
an ape and he'll look just as good
as you do."
Panama Canyl Cluhhouses-
Snowing Tonight
Air Conditioned
BALBOA 5cTr?5o
Faltering Philip! Philip's life Is filled with braises.
Well-worn steps and rugs he ases.
Repairs woald leave his home like new..
P. A. Classifieds, just the right clue!
ontfie%(/#]
BELLA VITA
AN ENTERTAINMENT DREAM
COME TRUE!
. In -
LET'S
DANCE"
IriTechniCQlor!
CECILIA THE ATM
The drama of two brother! at diifartnt
at water and oil...!
Loula HAYWARD Loo BOWMAN. In
"HOUSE BY THE RIVER"
Also: Robert Rockwell, in
BI.ONDK .BANDIT^_____
TROPICAL THEATRE =
Delirious1 Marvelous!... It will make
you live the htopieat moment
of your Ufa... I
Doris DAY Gordon MACRAE. In
'TEA FOR TWO"
(In Technicolor i
ENCANTO THfATRE
~Cvj ORA NT Jeee EEBRFK
. In -
"CRISIS"
. Also: -
Lana TURNER Bay MHXAND
"A Life of Her Own"
_T/VOL/ THEATRE^
Merle AntanlcU Pont
- In -
"LA REINA DEL MAMBO"
Also:
Pedro Armendrli Susana
Freyra. in
"LA LOCA DE LA CASA"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
Charlea Korvln Evelyn
Reyes, m
FRIGHTENED CITY'
. AlJO
Glenn Jord Broderlek
Crawford. In
"CONVICTED
VICTORIA THEATRE
Continuation of The Sartal:
"PURPLE MONSTER
STRIKES"
(-> Also:
"THOROUGHBREDS"
"HOMESTEADERS OF
PARADISE \i


*T3VE SIX
THE PANAMA AMFRICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MAT M. lMll
The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell!
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
.jtAinmum tor
IS words
3* each additional
.word.
?OR SALE
Household
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Mo. t; "H" u.i raauaa 1
Na. 11.171 Ctalrai Ava. Col*
fOB SALE: Leovino. 25-cycle
" "Wastinghouse, 9 Ft. refrigerator,
25-cycl, G. E. woshing machina,
liuiS" x 8'' Balgion rug. Desk, di-
sertad Fiesta Dishes. Witt. 8045-
a A. Margarita.'opposite com:-^sory.
FOR SALE:EUnd modern RCA ra-
...tlio-phonogroph console; Maytag
'washer, 6 months old; "Telechron"
clock, oil 25 cycle, excellent con-
dition. G. E. Waffle iron, ply
pen; horse, saddle ond bridle.
Miscellaneous household items.
"Phone 3440 INovy) Apt. 220-B,
"Noval Station, West Bank.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1940 Four Doot Pock-
*rd, cheep. 513-D, Code.
Do you kave a rmkinj araalam?
Write AUtholic Anonym*
o 2031 Ancor.. C. Z.
FOR SALE:1941 Chevrolet Club
Coupe. Excellent condition. Radio
heater, perfect tires, leaving lith-
mui. Phone Ft. Cloyton 4281,
8:00 o. m. 5:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:1950 Ford, Four Door
V-8, overdrive, seat covers, per-
fect condition, 4,900 miles
to best reasonable offer. 117-B.
Pedro Miguel.
FO* SALE:Washing machine $50,
7 pc. mahogany livingroom suite
-.$75, drapes $15, Qtrs. 62-A, Al-
b-rook, 86-7284.
*OR SALE:Used office furniture. 2
did wooden tobies with 2 drawerj
eoch, 2 old steel desks. Best offer
tckes the lot. All American Cobles
*' and Radio Inc., Cristobol, C. Z^
FOR SALE: Eight Venetian blinds
~ 52" x 64" type house 217. Akee
street 1519, Apt. D. Vary good
condition.
SOR SALE: Seven foot. 60-cycle
,'_'. Hotpoint refrigerator $75. Large
... havily built woodworking bench
with lethe. circular saw, plener-
jointer ond vise. $140. With 60-
-. cycle motor. $150. 126 Fifteenth
St.. Poitilla. Phone Ponema 3r
'' 2.931._______________________________
FOR SALE:Frigidaire 9' with free-
.f, zer compartment, automatic De-
froster, all porcelain, less thon 4
, months old. excellent condition, 5
year guarantee transferable. Cost
$490.00. Must sell, moving to Ca-
nal Zone, $400.00. 3 burner gas
hot plate $10.00. Modern style
dressing table, 7 drawers, with
-bench, good condition, $15.00.
Abt. No. 18. Tivoli Ave.
fOR. SALE:5 pi':e mople Irving-
. oom suite ora. g, $100; 4 piece
"tttdroom suite with coil springs
ond mattress $100; drop-leof ex-
tension dinmgroom tob'e with six
choirs $50; baby crib $30; play
pen $7; chest of drawers $20;
" Kenmore tank-type vacuum clean-
er $70; Kenmore washer $98; S-
" "vertone rodio-phono combo $165;
all 60 cycles. Cleaner and wisher
' 6 months old; radio-phono new.
Miscellaneous household items.
?jarters 51C-B, Curundu Heights,
elephone PAD 3217.
FOR SALE:BARGAIN! Must sell in
o week. Plymouth 49 ond Kaiser
49, both, immaculate. Also Koher-
ing Daudie, concrete mixer. Pan-
ami 2-2064.
FOR SALE: '38 Studebeker four
Door Sedan. Perfect condition.
$200. Phone McClain, Far Fan 25-
3720.
FOR SALE:194b Nash Ambassa-
dor, sedan. Good condition. Phone
Ba.boo 2916. 0904. Amador Rd.
FOR SALE:Late 1950 Chevrolet 4
Dr. Styleline De Luxe Sedan plas-
tic sect covers, underrating 4,-
800 miles, like new. Call Afbrook
2106.
FOR SALE:1950 Hillmon Sedan,
block, low mileage, excellent con-
dition, $975. Phone 25-3400.
FOR SALE: Recently overhauled
1942 Cushmon motor scooter, mo-
del 52, $100. Call 86-3197 or
moy be seen Qtrs. 146-A, Albrook
AF8.
.:
fW
SALE: Bomboo livingroom
suite, diningroom ond bedroom
....suite; sewing machine, refriger-
ator, woshing machine, end-tables
..flnd rugs. Telephone 4-109 or vi-
"sit at house 607-B, Cocoh on Ta-
marind Street.
FO* SALE:1947 Che..old. Fleet-
line Sedan, radio, heater, good
condition, mutt sail, highest bid
aver $700.00. Sea at S083-A.
Diablo Hftt. behind Diablo Club-
house. Friday.
FOR SALE: 1949 block two-door
Ford V-8. 20.000 careful miles.
Excellent sect covers. Duty paid.
$1,300. cosh only. 126 Fifteenth
St., Paitillo. Phone Panamo 3-
2931.
FOR SALE: 1936 Ford Converted
Truck, $100.00. 752-C, Balboa
Rd. 2-3401.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford Tudor Se-
don. Good condition. Clean, no
reasonable offer refused. 5627-
D Meeker Ploce. Diablo.
WANTED
Automobiles
-
LESSONS
Learn poise, grace, balance ond self
''confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, oddress. phone ot
desk Balboa YMCA or Box 106.
,.3olboi. Hornett & Dunn.
Casey Jones Exhibit
On Display In Lobby
Of Civil Building
Casey Jones, the famous rail-
roader. Is the subject of the cur-
rent display of the Panama Ca-
nil Library In the exhibit case
Jr. the lobby of the Civil Affairs
Building; In Ancon.
\ Photostatlc copies of the rec-
ords of the werck in which Casey
Dones was killed Include his per-
sonal record, details of his sus-
pension from duty for earlier
'Instances of bad judgment or
firoken regulations and the
-tettlement of claims in the fa-
\ mous wreck.
The records were loaned to the
Library for the display by'E. N.
Stokes. Director of the Railroad
and Terminals Bureau.
The exhibit also Includes
copies, with music, or two ver-
sions of the well known song,
jCasey Jones." and books from
pe Library showing pictures of
We Have Just Received:
Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles, in
mirror-flnlsh. with 3-speed
automatic record changer
and 9-band radio.
. V.M and "ADMIRAL"
3 speed record changen
for modernizing your con-
soles.
Fresh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers Also, three speed
needles
We also have table-modef
radio phonoaraph combi-
; nations.
.-CASH CREDIT CLUB..
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
s^-__ Central 223
Entrance to Encanto Theatre.
I wont to buy a good car. not more
thon 3 yeors old. Quote price, year,
make etc. Post Box 1056 Balboa,
C. Z.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE.High gloss Oil paints
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE: Aquarium supplies.
Aquarium fish and plants. No. 1 1
Vio Espaa, opposite Juan Fran-
co stobles. Phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE:One Sioux Valve Re-
facing Machine, one battery charg-
er, 60 cycle. 4th of July Avenue
No. 7 1. 8 a, m. to 7 p. m.
FOR SALE:40 Ft. boot, Diesel en-
gine. Perfect condition. Propellers.
various siies. Cyprus lumber ond
building material. Dodge V* ton
pick-up, good condition. Ford V-
8 '37. Four wheel trailer ond 2
wheel troiler. Philco rodio, 11 tuba.
Phone 4-329. House 330-H, Pe-
dro Miguel.
FOR SALE:Torpoulins ond can-
vas. 2 sheets "" 4 x 12 feet ma-
sonite. 2 pieces I -4 inch 3x4
feet. Plexiglass, new. 60 ft. heavy
anchor ehlin. 4-329. House 330-
H. Pedro Miguel. Afternoons or
evenings.
FOR SALE: Custom console with
V-M 3 speed changer, amplifier,
radio, 25 cycle. Automatic toaster,
12" electric fan. I 6 mm projector,
outo radio, work bench, cabinet.
Radio ports, over 400 tubes. Vo-
lume controls, transformers, chokes,
resistors, condensers. speokers,
nook, upwire. test equipment. Sell
out prices! 474-B, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Piano, small upright,
refrigerator, 9 ft. guarantee, good
miscellaneous household goods.
476-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: AKC registered Boxer,
15 months old, $200.00. 1947
Cushmon Scooter. $125.00. Phone
86-4243 or see at 54-A, Albrook,
ofter 3:30.
FOR SALE: Zenith record rodio
player, table model. Ford two Door
sedan 1941. good condition. Call
3-3179 Na. 1, Jos G. Duque, Lo
Cresto.
LOST & FOUND
WANTED: Cosh paid for used
postage stomps of the world. Any
quantity. Box 2862, Cristobol.
DID YOU FIND IT?
If not. you did net try us. We carry
the laraart and most complete line
of MOTOROLA Custom Built car
radios, radie parti and tubes. We
alto carry choice assortment af
automobile accessories. Den't watte
precious time shopping. We have
under ona root what you are leokina
for.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
Homo of Matarais Radios
Ave. Jos* Francisco de la Ossa 38.
Small industrial business seeks Ita-
lian partner, Spaniard or anyone in-
terested in good prospect for in-
vestment. Inform 3-0471, Box
1045, Panoma.
WANTED TO B/JV:Boot troiler or
two-wheel flotbed trailer and hitch
suitable for ca-rving 12 ft boat.
Call Albrook 2224.
Help Wonted
WANTED:Good cook with experi-
ence. Must do the shopping. Pre-
ferable sleep in. Apply No. 81
Aeropuerto.
Paul Friedman
To Spend Month
In Washington
Paul H. Friedman. Administra-
tive Assistant in the Supplv and
Service Bureau, will leave Friday
by air for Washington, D. C.
where he will be on duty In the
Washington office of The Pana-
ma Canal for about a month.
He has been assigned to work
with the Washington Office in
connection with a revision of
purchasing procedures in that
office, through which most pur-
chases for the Division of Store-
houses are made.
THE WHOLt
WORLD OVtl
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALEOne HP 25 Cycle motor
Skillman, 2-6435, 7 a. m. to 4
p. m. Saturday and Sunday 2-
3195.______________________
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Two duplexes I Four
Furnished Aportments) neor beach
at Seacliff Acres, with 3500 me-
ters of high, level lond; water ond
electricity. Only $6,500. Will pay
for itself in five yeors. Phone
Posey. Balboa 2698.
Mrs. Ida Larson
Dies In Corgas
Mrs. Ida Larson, the mother
of Mrs V'llllam C. Hearon uf
Balboa di d Friday afternoon
at Oorgas Hospital where she
had been a patient since De-
cember of last year.
Mrs. Larson, who was 71 years
old had been a resident of New
York for many years before
coming to the Canal Zon*. in
August 1950 to make her home
with her daughter and son-in-
law who Is a Panama Canal
pilot.
Funeral service: and burial
will be in the Ocean View
Cemetery oft Staten Island,
New York
Besides Mrs. Hearon, Mrs.
Larson Is survived by a son.
| Alfred H. Larson, and three
. grandchildren. Alyn and Marie
' Larson, and Chris Hearon.
RESORTS
Willioms Sonta Clora Beoch Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigero-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillip. Beach cottoges, Santo Clara
Box number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Panomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Qromlich's Sonta Clara bcoch-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Houses
cOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meters of
town ond garden. Three bedrooms
. with twe bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servants bathroom,
torga.kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, dinmgroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern ond in first
class condition. Located between
Poitilla ond Panoma Golf Club.
Availoble for one yeor. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom concrete
house, Son Francisco. Call 25-
2259, $60.00.
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: Apartments of one
lorge one smoll bedrooms, sitting
diningroom, kitchen, bath, $70.-
00, also apartments of one bed-
room, kitchen, both, $55.00, d
Bella Vista, 44th Street East. to.
9, see De Costro. "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 oth'r apart-
ments of one bedroom, same build-
ing. See De Castro, "B" Avenue
No. 24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:_Completed furnished
two bedroom apartment, very cool,
quiet location, facing ocean. Tel.
3-0916.
:OR RENT:Completely furnished,
attroctive, cool, two bedroom
apartment, located in Bella Vista.
Coll Panoma 3-4038 or Balboa
2461.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We carry tho largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
'or NEVAMAR table, sink
or bar tops, C0RALITE
wall board and NATC0R
tore fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Are. Tel 3-014S
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
For CUSHIONS SI.IP-l OVKKS and
RE-UPHOLSTERING call in ar vl.lt
our ihou-roora Custom built furnl-
rator'a Fabrln. Free Esrrautat. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. Here.) J
. de la Ona No. 77 (Ante Row)
New Telephone 3-4*18.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IMF Synchronised
LENSES t ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment!
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plata S de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
RADI0EAR
Trouble Free Hearing Aids
with a lifetime
guaranteed microphone!
Ask for a Free
Demonstration at your
FULLER BRUSH-
ELECTROLUX
Distributor
18 "J" St. (near Ancon P.O.)
Tel. Panam, 2-Z3S6 2-325
rut nnvm CORP
Pboo* 2-3333
LOTS FOR SALS
Down rrm SIM.
Manthl* Pararen! SIS
LOTS on PavoS Street from ti 00
a Meter
For Rant. Hear eaalaaaaat ror|
round leveling
*t Rent l*r* or oona Term
Lai lino at S3 ana il *mi)
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished apart-
ment, porch, parlor- diningroom,
kitchen, sanitary conveniences,
bedroom. All screened. Tiled. $50.
00. Apply 112 Via Belisorio Porros
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished, 2 bed-
room apartment, diningroom and
parlor, servant-room, all screened,
hot-water installation, garage,
$125.00 Street 41 No. 37, Bella
Vista. Camilo A. Porras. Tel. i-
0434. ^___________ "
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE:1948 Harley Davidson
"45" excellent condition. $350,
spare parts included. Coll Panama
3 0738. Duty free._________________
Florida Governor's
Friend Wants Probe
Of Miami Herald
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. May 26
'UP)A close legislative friend
' of Florida's Governor asked
i the Senate yesterday to ln-
j vestlgate the Pulitzer prize-
winning Miami Herald and its
publisher, John S. Knight.
Sen. Newman Brackln of
Crestvlew, 800 miles from
Miami In northwest Florida,
called for the Inquiry to de-
termine if the Herald's news
ar.d editorial policies are "aid-
ing the communist conspiracy
to sabotage representative gov-
ernment" and If Knight is
"trying to attain political- con-
trol of Florida through' his
newspaper."
Knight, in Chicago, com-
mented: Why not? the M1ml
Herald inves1
and we don't mind being in-
vestigated "
The resolution was the
seventh newspaper "smear" bill
Introduced during this session
of the legislature.
The Herald has been a strong
critic of Gov. Fuller Warren's
administration, particularly af-
ter the Governor reinstated
Kefauver chastised Sheriff
James i Smiling Jimmy) Sulli-
van to office In Dsde (Miami
County.
AH but three of th antl-
newspai:er measures so far o-
ft
Just Received
CROSMAN
CO2 RIFLES AND
PISTOLS
OfiLfiG
sth ot May Plaza
Ernest W. Zelnick
To Be Responsible
for Water Supply

ERNEST W. ZELNICK
Ernest W. Zelnick has been
named to succeed A. H. Hatch as
Chief of the Water and Labora-
tories Branch of the Municipal
Division upon the latter's retire-
ment at the end of this month, It
was announced Friday at Balboa
Heights. Permanent appoint-
mentment to the position will not
be made until the conclusion of
Hatch's leave, in accordance with
existing regulations.
Zelnick has served as Assistant
Chief of the Water and Labora-
tories Branch since last February
of last year, although he has been
employed as Assistant, to Mr.
Hatch since he Joined the Muni-
cipal Division In July 1948.
A native of Chicago, Illinois,
Zelnick Is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Illinois in civil engin-
eering He had been employed by
the City of Champalen. Illinois,
and the Tennessee Valley Au-
thority for about two years be-
fore joining the Canal organiza-
tion In Mav 1939 as Junior hy-
draulics engineer In the Special
Enslneerinir Division.
He left the service In 1942 af-
ter the Third Locks project was
suspended and was employed for
the next two years with the U.8.
Engineer Corps in Wilmington,
North Carolina. He was reem-
ployed in the Office Engineering
Division In August 1944 and con-
tinued with that division until
his transfer to the Municipal Di-
vision.
During the past few years,
much of Zelnick's time has been
snent as technical assistant to
the Joint Sewage Disnosal Com-
mission and as consultant for the
Canal, the Army. Navy and Re-
public of Panama on hydraulic,
drainage and sanitary engineer-
ing problems. Ona of the major
projects of the permanent Joint
Sewage Disposal Commission has
been the formulation and prose-
cution of plans for the proposed
$10.000.000 sewage disposal sys-
tem to serve the permanent com-
munities of the Canal Zone as
well as the cities of Panama and
Colon.
In addition to his official duties
with the Canal. Zelnick has tak-
en an active part In civic affairs
in the Canal Zone and has serv-
ed on the Ancon-Balboa Civic
Council. He was married In 1940
to Miss Ruth Wright, well known
Canal Zone girl, and they have
three children, Carol Ann. John
and Paul.
Green Coaled Girls
Of Trieste Disnel
Gl Dreams of Home
THE TEN HIGHEST RANKING Intermediate Girl Scouts
on the Canal Zone are all from Curundu Trooo 28. They
have recently completed their "Curved Bar" requirements.
Badges were awarded in a Court of Awards which broke all
Canal Zore records for a single troop. It produced four
curved bar scouts, and seven first class scouts.
Left to right, back row, are: Curved Bar Scouts 8ylvla
Haborg, Ambassador-Major Field: Carroll Adams Entertainer-
Major Field, Judy Rogers and Mary Patrick. Voyager Majors.
Second row: Lynn Mecaskey. Hope Baxter, Kay Frangloni,
Margaret Tewlnkel. Rose Mary Bowker, and Annie Hlckman.
' Not shown is another first class scout. Janls Cathern.
Florida's Racing
Commission Draws
Probers' Fire
TALLAHASSEE, Flo., May 16
(UP>The Haley "Little Ke-
fauver" committee criticized
Florida's State Racing Com-
mission strongly yesterday but
reported it had found "no evi-
dence... to establish Improper
conduct in office of any State
official.
The committee referred to
Gov; Fuller Warren only once
in its official report after sev-
eral weeks of Investigating
crime and corruption in Florida.
Chairman James A. Haley
said the committee found the
racing commission affairs were
"conducted in an atmosphere
of Jealousy, deceit, indecision
and total lack of unity." The
committee said it "deplores
this unhealthy and unfortunate
state of t fairs'.." .
fered the legislature were kill-
ed in committee. Three of them
were directed against the Tam-
pa Tribune, two Including
yesterday's against the Her-
ald and two were general "gag"
bills.
Legislative concensus was
that the anti-Herald proposal,
as the others, was offered In
order to "clutter up" the cal-
endar and stall off the threat-
ened impeachment proceedings
against Warren. The legisla-
ture la scheduled to adjourn
after six mare working days.
Earlier this month, the Her-
ald won a Pulitzer prize for
the "most disinterested meri-
torious public service" of a
dally newspaper.
TRIESTE, May 26 (UP).This
Halo Slav-Austrian-American-
English city has some of the most
beautiful women In the world.
And they all wear green rain-
coats.
Trieste's women are celebrated
over all Europe for their classic
beauty. Some seasoned European
travelers insist that Budapest
tops them all or Vienna now-
aways. with itsjnflux of refugees
from the Iron Curtain countries.
But a walk down the wide
streets of this "free cltv" would
open any mnn's eyes. The gals
really have It.
The mixture between Italian-
Slav and Austrian has produced
a high-cheekboned. creamy-skin-
ned, almond eyed tall and lithe-
some species of girls that Is
sliehtly terrific.
The green raincoats are a local
addition. All the girls wear them,
plus floppy green rain hats that
look like a New England fisher-
men's oilskin head covering.
American and British troops
here seem quite happy with the
local female popplatlon.
Showmen, who know beauty
skin deep and otherwise hire
quite a few chorus girls from the
local population.
"They don't need any experi-
ence," one local night club man-
ager said, "all they have to do is
to get out there and stand still."
Trieste girls sign with road
shows that tour European and
Near East night clubsgoing as
far east as Bagdad.
With a background of Italian,
Austrian. Slav and a good knowl-
edge of English gained In five
years of "occupation" by Anglo-
American forces here, they have
Court Of Awards
For Girl Scouts
Held In Curundu >
The Tenth Annual Court of
Awards of Girl Scout Troop
28, was held In the Curundu
Community Building on Thurs-
day. This Court of Awards
marked a year of hard work
for Girl Scouts and was their
reward for untiring toll.
The largest number of Curv-
ed Bar Badges ever to be pre-
sented to girls from one troop
In Canal Zone scouting his-
tory, were presented to four
Curundu girls. This Is the high
test award given to Interme-
diate Girl Scouts. The out-
standing scouts receiving this
badge were Mary Patrick, who
majored in Voyager; Judy Rod-
gt-'rs, also a Voyager major;
Carroll Adams, an Entertainer
major; and Sylvia Hagborg,
who majored in Ambassador.
Each of these girls was pre-
sented their badge by her mo-
ther; Mrs. Justine Patrick, Mrs.
John Rodgers, Mrs. Mallie
Adams, and Mrs. John Hag-
berg, respectively.
Another record broken by
the Curundu troop was the
large number of First Class
Badges awarded. Never before
have so many first class badges
been presented to scouts from
one troop. The oustanding
scouts receiving this badge
were; Lynn Macaskey, Hope
Baxter, Kay Frangloni, Mar-
garet Tewinkle, Rose Mary
Bowker, Annie Hlckman, and
Janls Cothern.
Brownie Scouts from' Curun-
du Troop 42, tinder the leader-
ship of Mrs. K. B. Roche held
a short ceremony and received
their year's membership pins.
Also at this time a Brownie
Fly-Up was held.
I The Second Class Scouts un-
der the leadership of Miss Joan
Baron, gave a short play of
second class requirements. The
play "Specialties" included a
cast of sixteen scouts and gave
a comical and musical outlook
of the scouting requirements.
Mrs. M. D. Monagan, chair-
man of the Neighborhood
Committee called the names of
the girls while Miss Baron
awarded the Second Class
Badges ar.d Mrs. Hagborg pre-
sented the Proficiency, First
Class, ant' Curved Bar Badges.
Mrs. M. A. Tewinkle presented
two scouts. Kay Frangloni and
Margaret Tewinkle. with their
five year membership pins.
Julia Gilman's
Funeral Service -
Was Yesterday
Funeral services for the late
Julia Gillman were held last
night at the Corozal Chapel.
Conducted by the Rev. Cyril
Dorsett of the Panama Wesley
Church, also present were the
Revs. F. H. Linton and T. T.
Yearwood.
C K. Cooper. R. F. Mc-
Orlnson. Belfleld Gllkes, V*-
non and Lionel Gllkes and C.
E. Barter were the pallbearers.
CZ Credit Union
Voles Confidence
In Its Officers
Over 250 members of the Ca-
nal Zone Credit Union expressed
their satisfaction with the past|
Insurance operations last night
at a meeting held In the Anconi
Theater. A vote of confidence lnl
the officers was carried unani|
mously.
George Herman, Canal Zoni
Police Chief, and President of
the Credit Union, told the Pa-I
nama-American that the purpose!
and object of the Credit Union,!
with particular reference to lt|
Insurance operations since thei
were taken over by W. J. Liet>|
man, was discussed.
Llerman, the Secretary, ex-
plained his operation of an in-l
surance agency, and answered I
questions by the members. Hl
itemized various operating ex-l
penses, explaining that thai
agents working for him were paldl
a commission. Other office ex-l
penses were rent and paid em-1
ployes. He stated that he paid I
the Credit Union 15 per cent of I
the business brought to him byl
them.
The motion carried called forl
the "appointment of a committee
to look into the method of
operations of the Credit Union,
and make a study of Insurance
operations." A report by
committee was to be submitt
tb the president at a later dat]
Members for the committee ha]
not as yet been named.
Present at the meeting wd
eight members of the Board, ti
members of theSupervlsory CoiL
mittee and the Treasure!
Charles S. Hollander, who had
been previously reported 111 at]
Oorgas.
Tne meeting was called by thi
president upon the presentation |
of a written petition of 10 mem-
bers, which is required under I
Article IV, Section V of the By-
Laws.
RECORDS
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R. P. M.
LA POSTAL
68 Central Avenu
no linguistic trouble.
American and English wives of
the 10,000 Anglo-American care-
taker force admit Anglo-Saxon
girls have tough competition
with the local beauties. Quite a
few G.I.'s and Tommies have
married in Trieste but exact fig-
ures are not available Within the
limits of usual military red tape,
it's not difficult to get permis-
sion to marry.
US Still Does
Not Have H-Bomb
WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP)
The United States still does
not have the hydrogen bomo,
and according to a Congres-
sional source "we still don't)
know whether we ever will hav*
one."
Yesterday's official announce-
ment on the recent Enlwetoic
tests said "they Included ex*
perlments contributing to ther-
monuclear weapons (hydrogen
bomb) research."
The announcement did no
even hint an H-bomb had been
exploded.
One expert here says not
only was no H-bomb exploded
"but the Enlwetok experi-
ments did not even prove
whether we could or could not
build the hydrogen bomb."
Cmdr. Newcomb
Reports For Duty
With 15th N.D.
Commander A. H. NewcomB,
USN. has reported for duty on
the Staff of the Commandant,
Fifteenth Naval District, as War
Plans Officer, relieving Comman-
der D. C. Lyndon. U8N. who sail-
ed with his family todav for the
United States aboard the USS
Ballou.
Prior to reporting for duty here.
Commander Newcomb served at
the Officer-in-Charge of th
Bremerton Annex. Naval Ord-
nance Depot. Puget Sound. Brem-
erton. Washington.
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Walter Winchell
In New York
MEMOS TO THE EDITOR
We recently noted this coincidence: The best-selling expose,
-The Communist Trail ini America" (Macmillan), disclosed that
X Zor"dWaJlltheRed leaders master-minded a Vian-
da attack against Your N. Y. Correspondent In an ""**
?Uence him^AtthatUme Senators Burton^ Whee. *n
lundeen and Blbo and Rps. Rankin and Cla,| *W *? |;
miter aims..The Congressional Record U crow,dedJcit*"
flaming remarks about these colyums %*\T?untX
demanded (In wartime) that "he be stripped ofhisunijorm-a
disgrace to the Nav\\' I sTeadJhe"commanto-'n-Chie/ (fioow-
Sr/commenaid "promotion, and Secnav oommendedou,> efforts.
We ore ittU in tfce Varal Keerre and nave never been out of u.
We enrolled in the Naval Reserve in May. 1934. .Our InljWe-
Lambern. H-fto never quits picking on *>"*""" Ufa*fil-
velt boys, has just become the father of a slacker arrested for araji
dodging"..It drove Papa Punk into oblivion.
Then there is this not-so-coincldence.... We recently encounter-J
ed B aitlowVbook 'T^ie Whole of Their Lives" (Scrlbner's). and
learned whit ^suspected all along-when Lundeen raved and
"Teda$ntus lottlow charges that SenatorLundeen was a
secret Communist agent!.. (Lundeen was also a hero to the Naa
Bundtots)...Aft*r his death we continued our ^* j_\.^S.
terfelting on the floor ol Congress ...His wife beat.her breast fu
riously-demanding radio time to expose this terrible man, wno
keeps kicking my husband's grave!
loser. ______
Commentator Hans Von Kaltenborn stated the united States
to the national interest-
One of the fundamental tenets of democracy is to\enect lor
xndMd'Jdignity. Dictator shin always ^ffi^ffljj1/,,
if be had been in a Communist prison?
MacArthur's detractors have revived this one: When he was
rhUf of Staff he commanded the soldiers that dispersed the bo-
""ttSSnUIU. tl>. book. -Tho mol. "^s0ssirs2
was arrested. _____
VartoMf oraaniiafton, worked feverishlv ana!/'" %*
vearsinan effort to have Congress pass a law that wouU mrte
vet hospital Result: Congress passed the law in 2 hours.
Labor New
And
Comment
_. i i i -
By Victor Riesel
This truly Is an atomic agt.
for there's intense radi activity
deep Inside Labor these day*.
Only In an area of hew, tra-
dition-shattering concepts could
the oldest labor leaders of them
all be discovered secretly seek-
ing $25,000,000 to attempt to
purchase the sprawling Amer-
ican Broadcasting Co. with Its
291 affiliates ana many tele-
vision outlets.
It's this concession to modern-
ity that proves the agility of
the old labor giants wnen they
believe they're in a tough light.
For, behind this startling man-
euver to throw the voice of labor
into 25,883,720 homes In the na-
tion's biggest cities, is the Team-
sters' boss, Dan Tqbln, whose
own voice when angered, can
sound like the horrliied shriek
of a rural fire horn.
It all began recently, not
too long before the AFL
high command met last week
in Chicago, tunen a nation-
ally syndicated political co-
lumnist out of Washington
approached some labor
chiefs with a plan for a
labor-New Deal combine to
raise the millions for the
radio chain purchase.
"We Storted Digging a Trench for Shelter"
weeping about her mommy-cverybody's heart melts.
Columnist Ruth Montgomery again credits Mrs. Ato Room-
velt LoSpwrth with the famed crack descHbing Presidential
candidate Oov Dewey as "the little man on the wedding cake
w\ are red of seeing that one credited to Alice and the other
characters in her Wonderland. It to originated here.
"Dear Mr. W.: / am handlina a /"-k"^010*^0'/^
rthhnns written by his brother Ed. So tar only two publishers have
SSSSitS btS both seem to think 'it would be awully hard to
CtZ a sa'tifactori marM for a book on Gibbons.' Is this what
Spent to'ace relorts-a decade ^hevpassonrpo *""' thMe
Flovd is dead'-Fred Reinstein. Washington D C.
Fioyajs aeaa^ ^^ Woollcott or Runyon?
John Maragon, the White House pal finally went to ML...
One more convlctlcm-nnd they will have to hold the next Demo-
cratic Convention at Alcatraz. __________(_______________
The columnist, a Sunday night
radio commentator himself,
thought the time had come for
this combine of unions, farm-
ers, and- even Mrs. Roosevelt's
Americans For Democratic Ac-
tion, to pick up Its own radio
chain. Uncle Dan, who raised
his own union of teamsters
from a few beer wagon drivers
to an outfit so powerful that
it's the hub of American indus-
try and could pick up the $25,-
000,000 tab by itself, thought it
a good idea.
Actually, these figures don't
frighten U. S. labor chiefs any
more than they would a U. S.
budget clerk. Few persons are
aware that unions today are
spending over $2,000,000 a year
on radio and are getting lit-
tle out of it. The AFL's nightly
coast-to-coast hook-up runs up
an $800,000 annual tab. And
David Dublnsky's thoroughly
brilliant little FM network,
coupled with Walter Reuther's
equally sparkling stations, run
up a $500,000 deficit each year
for the AFL Ladles Garment
Workers and the CIO Auto
Unionists. They have what they
unhappily call "a selected .au-
dience."
At election time the tab for
other broadcasts easily runs
into hundreds of thousands of
additional union dollars and
election time 1952 Is what's con-
cerning the labor leaders in
their private councils right
now. So the Tobln "combine"
thought, very, very secretly, that
if all that was needed was a $5,-
000,000 down payment, that
wasn't tough folding money to
get.
The thought that this was
the most daring labor pro-
paganda concept in their
100-year history didn't faze
the boys. Nor did the fact
that they would be operating
an intricate network of AM
radio and television stations
doing a $50,000,000 annual
business.
qiie WASHINGTON
I. ., t '. VC .
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DIIW HAaSON >
I '1.-V3
Pay The Game
By BOB RUARK
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THE MAIL BOX
h.ndlid 111 -hllv eenfUtntwl
ft dmn'l rk*
Lettttt n received r>uliy *
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ij'tlt. lHii riten r*M I itrkte.t cwMiiki
.u* r. limn r" r.W.n.
N*mr vork There are a number of cliches for the services of tough-thewed young coal
mentaUt/ was six cuts lower than a hog's eti-
Uin defying the athlete we have built a false
god. morally, for our young to worship. Atn-
letics, as we know them today, are a manifesta-
tion of force, with the emphasis on result. Even
Lable tennis can be vicious, and the most com-
pletely unsporting, vindictive game I know is
croquet. The heroes of the young are more apt
to be the mugs than the nice ones, because, as
Leo Durocher once remarked, nice guys dont
More dirty work goes on on a football field
than in the average political hotel room deal
- and. dirty as It is. It's a lot dirtier In the
offices of the bland alumni and educators who
run It. Nor is it any less filthy by association
with the gamblers who have long "?" re-
cognized the importance of winning, to the peo-
ule, and who have keyed their grimy livelihood
'"sports are great fun and are exciting, but
they have been largely spoiled for me through
Missouri has gone straight athletically. Mis-
souri has announced an Intention to pay its
"amateur" athletes openly. The aim la alto-
gether commendable. .
We flung high the hands In horror at the
basketball bribe scandals and we have noted a
deplorable tendency toward double-dealing by
this generation. They hypocrisy of the colleges,
and of sports In general. I firmly belleye to
have been a heavy nail In the coffin of our
national character. .
Most of our major universities are in tne
bribe-and-corruptlon business, and have been
since I can remember. The manly art of selt-
defente Is rotten from the top down. There are
lew nastier businesses than off-field baseball.
Amateur tennis players are generally called
bums. Amateur athletics broadly are ridden
with politics and are redolent of chicanery.
There is literally no such thing as good,
clean sport" In the old Dick Merriwell sense
yet our vouth Is raised to worship sports and
pattern its adult Ufe on the early example of
sport, especially the professional and major
league college aspects of it. It is almost like
sending a
philosophy
Drtw Pearson says: Defense boss reneges on promise Co
Johnston; Top mobiliztrs clash over executive oyder;
Wilson hints Commie smear throat.
WASHINGTON.It's been pretty well concealed except *to
their close friends, but a smoldering, sometimes bitter feud has
been raging between the two top mobilization executives of fine
nationCharles E. Wilson and Eric Johnston.
Both men have been in the electrical businessWilson as
head of the giant General Electric Corp.. Johnston as owner of
nla own appliance factory In Spokane. Wash. Wilson has Wme-
times had rough sledding with his labor relations; Johnston has
an employe profit-sharing plan which makes his factory a model
for the nation.
Wilson did a good job as government production executive
during World War II; Johnston for years was a farslghted chair- i
man of the U.8. Chamber of Commerce. Wilson was chairman -of
Truman's Committee on Civil Liberties and Tolerance; Johnston
served as czar of the motion picture industry.
But, despite their yast and varied experience, the twormen
just don't seem to like each other.
The feud really began last winter shortly after Johnstoa was
asked by Wilson to leave the motion picture industry to take-on
the headache-inspiring Job of Economic Stabilizer. Johnston-con-
sented, provided he was given an executive order by the White
House entrusting him with power to regulate prices, wages,--cre-
dit, and other causes of inflation.
JOHNSTON ON LIMB
Wilson agreed. And on the strength of his agreement, John-
ston went out on a limb at a press conference and stated"that
the President would soon Issue this executive order, In effect
taking a big slice out of Wilson's mobilization empire.
Immediately thereafter, Johnston's legal staff drew u$ the
executive order, but nothing happened.
Curious, Johnston found that the order was held up by Wil-
son himself, the man who had promised it. Wilson's alibi for
the road-block was that his counsel Herbert Bergson, and Pey-
ton Ford, Deputy Attorney General, were opposed.
Johnston was burned up. However, he didn't go over Wilson's
head to the President. Instead, he kept his mouth shut- and
piayed ball.
Meanwhile. Wilson had surrounded himself with the same
type of idolaters as Harry Truman, some of them about as use-
ful. The General Harry Vaughan of the Wilson Idolaters Is Sid-
ney Weinberg, head of the giant Goldmann-Sachs Investment
Banking Company, who In Washington has been nicknamed head
cf the "Department of Devious Planning."/
Weinberg is a suspicious gentleman who has been In cnarga
of security, and one of his operators, apparently shadowing roly-
poly Mike DISalle, the ex-mayor of Toledo now Price stabilizer,
saw him lunching with Eddie Cheyfltz. former motion plctur
assistant to Eric Johnston. M___
EX-COMMIE
So, out of the clear blue. Wilson called Johnston In. Tap-
ping a sheaf of papers in his hand. Wilson glared at Johnston
as if he were a witness before the House Un-American Activities
Cm'mtitc,"' he asked, "what about this friend of yours. .Eddie
Cheyfltz? Do you know that he was a member of the Communist
Partv^"
"Certainly," replied Johnston, getting his dander up.~"rv
known Eddie Cheyfltz for years. And I know that 11 years ago.
as a relative youngster, he was a member of the communist
Party I also know that ever since then he's been most helpful to
tne FBI In exposing the Communists.
PRECIOUS DOLLARS
The Mail Box
S1The Local Rate Community of
La Boca cannot fail to e dis
.atlsiied over the so-called Eco-
nomy Program established by tne
Management of La Boca Club-
hCaterlhg to the public U an
. undertaking for a dellca*tn^"^
In which the accommodation oi
the customers to synonymous
with profit-making also it to an
undertaking In which the pro-
tection of the health of tne pub-
lic cannot be overemphasized.
You may economize so mucn.
but not to the point where the
public Is called upon to suffer
undue hardships^ in apendlng
their ever-decreasing yet preci-
ous dollars. I say the present set-
up at the La Boca Clubhouse Is
far from accommodating to tne
average customer who must
stand in a line (especially at six
in the morning I and wait on one
person, the cashier, who is
moving at top speed serving cof-
fee, pastries, etc .and oscaslon-
ily having to serve also at the
soda fountain while one or two
are apparently on part-time.
These conditions are unpardon-
able, and despite the wailing on
the part of the Clubhouse Ad-
ministration tending to Justify
the drastic economy measures
adopted by this profiteering-Di-
vision, it Is indicative of an al-
most criminal lack of considera-
tion toward the welfare of the
Community on a whole. It. be-
comes even more Irreconcilable
when it is a known fact that
these conditions definitely do
not prevail In the U. S. Rate
Clubhouses. ,
The conditions now existent in
the Clubhouse Division seem to
be almost parallel to that which
prevailed in another now almost
defunct Division the Mechanical
Division now known as the In-
dustrial Bureau in which there
were just too many seemingly
Important highly paid indi-
viduals strutting around doing
nothing; hi short It appears to
be part and parcel of an old Pa-
nama Canal practice of pinching
the pennies and dumping the
d0lUrS- A CUSTOMER.
How far this will go no one
knows, 'mere to opposition in-
side labor, I'm tola py some of
those in the high commanu
who gathered last wee* hr the
Windy City wii Jnmie Petril-
lo m an unoificlai host. There
were 'significantly bitter woios
said too:
"We'd head right for a class
stratification if anything like
this over came ol,' on* ob-
server said. "Certainly there is
a labor viewpoint, but there is
no labor viewpoint on all things,
at all times different from tne
rest of the nation."
But whether or not the secret
plans come off to not really im-
portant. Odds are they won't,
lor ABC's chairman, Ed Noble,
has more complex ideas on a
sale. Point Is that this to the
direction in which Influential
labor leaders are heading.
Even at this is being
pounded out, a group of
labor leaders are meeting
quietly in Pittsburgh to
complete plans for a nation-
al labor dally, operated by
the American Newspaper
Guild's intense Executive
Vice president, Sam Bu-
banks.
Roughly thought of as "The
National Reporter," the sheet
will need about half a million
dollars before publication date,
now set for Oct. 1. Eubanks, who
to quitting as national Guild
leader, has lined up financial
support, with his own union
holding about a third of the
stock. Walter Reuther's militant
Auto Workers Union to the sec-
ond largest shareholder; the
CIO OU Workers are third, with
the powerful AFL Machinists
running them all a close fourth.
The plant will be somewhere
In Ohio, with the editorial of-
iices probably in Washington
for this "Wall Street Journal of
Labor." Eubanks has said he
sees It only as a newspaper for
union executives about 50.-
000 of them. But they .won't
keep it in the family.
Apparently the propaganda
era to fully upon as.
cara, i, th. cuoh, .p i, -....!?iz hsr,Vmr'fff..'.p!h-
barred. I remember an Instance of two years
ago when a tiny kid In a soapbox was disqual-
ified for winning with a souped-up finger man-
ufacture of which had been superintended by
his father.
The colleges have shopped openly for talent
for years, and have paid some players more,
than their full professors. They paid them
under the table and In dark corners, and creat-
ed phonv lobs for the musclemen. They Pro-
mised evervthlne from blondes to Bulekai as
bribes, and competed bitterly with one anothei
n averaRe stray cur when the chips were rea 1-
lv scatteicd. and I do not recall any startling
-haracterlstlcs of decency, honesty or generosity
that could be directly traced to the playing
" And so I greatly admire the university of
Missouri for a little honestv of action In hiring
the plavers openly and for dough instead of
deceit. There to nothing morally wrong with
paving a Player for his service, but the way
we have been skirting it for yeari.has certaln-
lv not contributed to the moral health of the
nation. ________
"I know for example," continued Johnston, getting warmer,
that he's fought Commies in Hollywood and in the labo un-
ions He has such an excellent record In this respect that he s
addressed the Army War College on the subject of CommuWsm.
He has also outlined the dangers of Communism in speeches be-
fore the US. Chamber of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Manu-
taCtTatooStlthat in IN!.' when Cheyfltz was under^tack
Archbishop Karl Alter of Ohio came to his defense. That s, what
I know about Eddie Cheyfltz." L
"Well Eric," said Wilson, "I Just didn't want to see you hurl
by your association with Eddie Cheyfltz." '-,.
Johnston told Wilson that ha didn't desert his friends when
he knew they were right and left the room. He .hftd..th^ Im-
pression, however, that Wilson was trying to frighten him .with
in indirect Commie smear.
To this date the executive order promised to Johnston, last
J%aOTKheytfUzeewa.iiaemember of the labor management
committee of Toledo organized by Mike DISalle, which has done
m much to bring harmonious labor-management relations In
Sncf strlke-rldden Toledo. In recent years, Cheyfltz has been
working for Eric Johnston In the morion picture producers Office
in Washington and was instrumental In Introducing Johnston to
D18alle PASTRY INFLATION
Congressman John Taber of New York, who has made many
a cut in Government spending, recently was asked to cut a blrth-
rtav rake for a young lady on his office stall. s
dayHoweverasy the New York Republican a^ved for thecew-
mony. he found the honored guest In great distress. ^Jftqdy
had loaded the cake with 45 candles, considerably In excess of
h" "rd' like to know who put those extra 16 candles on'this
^4fttena? M% If. the work oteme Democratic.ipy-
guessed Taber. "This Is a clear case of Truman Inflation.
(Copyright, ltsr. by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
WHERE THE ROT BEGAN
LONDON. After observing the appalling ef-
fects of the MacArthur controversy on this side
of the Atlantic (where our allies are half-con
vinced that America has gone mad) any sen
sible man must hesitate to contribute to the
clamor. None the less, it to really Importan
2.hSsa 8 rSMffSie? rra
Eaih.fn4oSS?S?hi. first inkling-of the ugh
while talking to a high official of the Labor
wvernnent who is notable both for proven per-
sonal courage and sound oolitical J^udgment The
posslbllltv of a war this year, touched off by
a Soviet attack on Yugoslavia, was under dis-
cussion. Suddenly the official ceased to speak
eaztng for a while through the window at
WhUehall rain sodden but bravely cheerful with
festival decorations. Then he burst our witn
unexpected vehemence:
"If war must come this year. It must come
this yew- I for one want no Munich.. But you
must realize that if war breaks out as soon as
that, it will be the end of these Islands the
end of Eurone as we know it. the end of almost
everything that to precious to us ^""u
one hopes, it can be at least staved off untll
a minimum defense to ready. a.hate
These grim facts touched off a "ave debate
within the British Cabinet when a more ade
quate defense program was first prepared las
summer At that time, the more lowing
Ministers actually advocated neglecting Britalr
Atlantic pact obligations In favor of s. huge in
vestment In civil defense, aimed to "anorm
the British toles Into one large bomoproof
shelter. More recently the same facts have
caused the British Chiefs of Staff toa* Wasn
ineton fjr loans of aircraft and other eouip-
SenL In o'rdeTto orovlde Britain with a strong-
er air defense without further delav.
But since the whole Western air Program to
w far behind, there to no t'ulcJthl.,lut'onv.anr
sight for Britain's air defense vroDltm. K year
to eighteen months more must Pj^*',0/*
reasonable level of securitv to attained. Mean
while Britain's vulnerability to atomic attack
will remain a cardinal Influence on British, pol-
sldered. a great manv puzzling questions become
much easier to answer. For example, most
Americans have failed to understand why the
British did not change their policy towards
Peking Immediately after the Chinese Commu-
nist aggression in Korea, which finally proved
Peking's ill will towards the West. Again very
few American, have been able to explain tne
almost Insane apprehension aroused even In tne
highest circles In London bv the more grandilo-
quent and belligerent gestures of Gen. Douglas
MacArthur.
The real clew to these puzzle, lies, of course,
In the above-set-forth, and In the resulting; de-
sire of the British to gain time to rebuild their
defenses at almost anv cost. Because they do
not think the American government has the
same reasons for caution, even British Cabinet
ministers and top military leaders have occa-
sionally succumbed to the Idea that the Unit-
ed SUtes was courting a world war. meht sud-
denly begin to scatter atomic bombs like nep-
""it may be said, and with some justice, that
even partial appeasement never nays, and mat
in any case the British ought to have aeen to
their own defenses long ago. But this spnere
of defense is one In which American leadership
has long been acknowledged. President Tru-
man himself gave the lead In the wrong direc-
tion when he decided to forget about the whole
Western defense problem after the 19 elec-
tion. Former Secretary of Defense Louis John-
son made matters much worse bv carefull.. dis-
mantling the Ion* established machinery o: An-
elo-American collaboration, and thus opening
the wav for everv sort of misunderstanding.
This was when t*e rot began.
A stronger government here would have stop-
oed the rot long ago. as would a tronger gov-
ernment in Washington As it Is. a cure may
be in slaht at last. Meanwhile before they
judge our allies. It will be well tewpte
home to remember that the British are actual-
ly on the firing Une. and that their *readful
vulnerability in Dart reoresenU an American
failure.
lCPVsTc?te! SS HaU %^^i^WtnWy?S con- (Copyright ttta. New f o* Herald Tribune Ine.)
M0NTEZUMA


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPEB
SATU8DAT, MAT M, 1951
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Salvation Army
Panama Char. Call 15 de Heorero
Services at 1 a.m. and 7:S0 p.m (Mal-
ar Wilson i; Sundiy School at 3 p-m.
La Boca: Services at 11 a.m. and 7 30
mm, Sunday School st 3;3U p.m
Had Tank: Service at 7 JO p.m. Sunday
School at 3 00 p.m
Colon. Uth Street
Service* at ........ ll a tn 7 JO p m
Sunday School at.......... J:00 o.m
Colon. 3rd Street
Service at ...... 11 a.m. 7:30 o.m
Silver City
Service at ................. I: P"
Sunday School t........... 3:30 pm
Seventh Day
Adventist
r*cit:c Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City. No. 1 J. A.
Maynard, Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall {Sabbath Services only);
Adolphu* Lawes. Chorrillo. P. A Henry:
Rio Abajo. C. D. Abrahams: Gamboa. A.
A. Briirle. and Spanish City Church. I-
duardo Rullnba
Atlantic Side
Cotoh Third Street. Joseph Bryan; Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Cruck.
shank: Cristobal Spanish Church. B J.
Mason. (No Sunday night service al
present >
Sabbath school each church Saturday
9-30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
nlfht service at all churches exoept
olherwise Indicated
Churches of the many faiths in the Canal Zana, anal tha
terminal cities of Panamo n' Colon, Republic of Panama, ex-
tend a welcome at all timei to men and woman of the armed
(Orvlcoi, and to civilian neighbors, friends and strangers.
As a public service, the Panama American lists below, by
deneminations, notices of hours, of worship and other regular ac-
tivities.
Listings of largar denominations are In alphabeticol order,
which is rotated from tima to tima. Denominations having only
one or two congregations aro Hitad under "Other Churches And
Services." A special listing it included far services at Army posts,
Air Force bales and Naval stations.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains are asked to in-
form the news desk by Wadnosday neon at tha latest of any
changes for the coming Saturday's church poge.
Union Churches
Where all Protestants cooperate with
amity in essential, liberty In non-
essentials and charity In all things
THE ATLANTIC SID1
Cristobal
The Rev Philllo Havenei Pastor
Phone 3-1463. __
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
6:00 Young People Meeting
The Rev J William L Graham Pastoi
8:00 :30 Broadcast on HOK: HP5K
and HON
9:45 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Chrltlan Endeavor
Margarita
The Rev Henrv Bell Pastor
Phone 3-1498.
9:30 Bible School
10:t!> Worship service and Church-tim
6:30 Youth Fellowship.
rHS PACIFIC SIDE
albos
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev Alexander Shaw. Psstor
Phone 2-1486. Ofc. Phone 2-3236
:3U Church School Free bus service
10:30 Worship service and Churrh-llme
oursery.
10:30 Youth Congregation
5 00 Chi Bho Senior Hi Fellowship
6:00 Post HI Fellowship
7:30 Service "Centered On Song
Cocoll
Brilla Roao and Si fhoma Ave.
9:00 am. Sunday School Free bus, In
Rousseau and Cocoll.
All services in Gamboa Civic Cetitei
Tha Rev Raymond A. Gray, Minister
Phone 6-130
00 Sunday School.
7 30 Worship ervlca.
Pedro Miguel
9:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship
7:30 Evenln Vesper ______
ST MARC'S CHURCH
Balboa, C.Z.
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 8:00. 9:00, 10:00
and 11:00 a.m.
Benediction Sunday: 5:00 p.m.
SACKED HEART CHAPEL, Ancn, C.E
Ancon Boulevard, Phone 2-6343
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 7:30 A 9:30 am
Daily Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holyday Masses: 6:00. 7:30 a.m and
12:10 o in
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m
Confessions- Thursdays before tha 1st
Friday. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Every Saturday: 3 JO to 5:00 pjn.: 7:00
lo 8:00 pm.
Cathechlsm Class: Grade School Child
ren: Friday 3:15 p.m.
Study Club High School Student
Wednesday 6:30 pjn. __
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 6:30 p.m.
Canal Zone Council of Catholic Nuri
every 2nd and 4th Thursday 7 JO p.m
Episcopal
Unitarian
THE
UNITARIAN
SOCIETY
10:30 a.m
JWB Armed
-orce Service
enter Librsrv
rt.ilu.ui C.Z
ran inviintior
lo liberal
ellglon
Baptist
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St.
Pastor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses. 7. 8 and 10:30 a.m
Weekday Mass 6:30 a.m
Sunday School after the 8 o'clock Mas
Miraculous Medal Novena services
Holiday Masses: 6 and 8 am
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 o.m
Monday 5 and 7 tvm
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway Gatun
Paatoi Rev John Tumelly C M
Miraculous Medal Novena service
First Fridays Confession Communion
Sunday Mass 8:00 am
Weekday Masses. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 am.
Holiday Mass 1:00 a.m
Monday 7:00 pm
Sunday Mass 7:00 a.m.
Confessions Saturday 6 JO to 7:00 o.m
CHURCH Of ST. VINL'ENl DI PAUl
(Vlncentlan Fathers)
R," Street, Panama City
Masses. Sunday 8 a.m (high maaa): A
4:30 a.m Sunday school conducted by
viaivknoll Sister, after the second Mas;
Weekday 6 a.m.: Holiday 6 and 8:36
s.m
Confessions Saturday. 3:30 to 6 p.m
st 7 pin
Evening Devotions. Rosary each day
at 7 p.m.; Miraculous Medal Novena al
I p.m. Friday; convert classes 7:30 o m
Monday and Thursday
Catheclsm Class 10:45 to 11:4 a.m
Sunday
Benediction .00 p.m
Holy Day Mas 6:00 a.m
ANCON, C.Z
THE CATHEDRAL OF SI LUKE
Tha Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden. Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
9:30 a.m. Cathedral School.
10:45 Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 p.mEvening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL, R.P.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. near G, Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7 JO a in
Church School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11.-00 a.m.
H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
oung People's Vesper Service 4 JO
o.m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8 JO p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery.
Rev M. A. Cookson. Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(H.C first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening
it 6:30 p.m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th rhur
days al 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayei and Fellowship toi all
people
COROZAL
Good Shepherd
The Ven A F Nightengale
7:30 a.m. Every Friday. Morning Pray
or.
(H.C 1st Trlday.)
Jewish
n,wn Wlr Bo,rd- Bld' <*-* **
5m. RaZd- B">oo. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Wlilcln director.
Service on Friday, 7:30 prrni
,1s"'1 listings of Jewish sehvlce
under Posta, Basse and Stallone.)
.SonJFt"tlon Ro1 Shearlth Israel. Ave-
Panam City. Rabbi Harry A. Merfeld.
Service on Friday. 6 pjn
Lutheran
DA. Osborne
Sunday Holy
COCO SLITO PLAVSHK.D
Pastor, Rev Wm J rinn CM
Sunday Mass .. 7:45 a m
Holy Day Mass ... 6:00 iiii
Sunday School ----- ........ 8:45 a.m
Services Thursday night .. 7:45 i; II,
Confessions before Mass
CHURCH OF THE ROL* FAMILY
Margarita. C.Z.
Rev William J. Finn C M
Mas..................... :!
I It I: 1 lo >
NATIONAL SJAlMU! CHUKCHt*
Panama Baptist. Prayei Meeting J:3<
e-m Divine Service. 9:30 a.m Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 pm and Serving ol The Lord's
Supper at both Service Sunday School
3 no o.m
Boya Baptist.
vice
La Boca. C C Divine
Services 11:00 a m and 7 JO p.m Serving
the Lord s Suppei st both Service Sun
dav School si 1:00 p.m
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva, ti. Divine
Services 11:00 a.m Sunday School el
1:00 Dm
Gamboa. C.Z. Divine Services al 11:01)
a.m and 7:30 p.m with Sunday School
at 3 00 urn
Rio Abaio
8-on u in
R.P. Sunday School al
((HIM I BAPTISI I IK 111 II
Building JO* Bruja Road
Rev Paul C Uell PaMor
Service.- Every Sunday
Sunday School...... :45 a.m
Preaching Service ....... 10:45 am
Training Union .......... 6:00 p.m
Prenching Services ........ 7:00 pm
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m every Monday
Midweek Prayei Servlc 00 everv
Mnndav even'n
ilWvM.
-^acini y-i.L, .na
UK", I ISlfMIM I III III ll
Balboa rlejahis. C i.
627 Ancon Boulev.ua
Drawer B Biluoa Height
Phone Balboa 1727
Yeni Church away from no
With welcome iusl a friendly'
81 JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon, mili and Broadway
Pastoi. Rev. J Raymon Machete CM
Assistant, Rev George Browne, CM
Sunday Masses .... 5:45 A 9:00 am
Weekly Masses ..... 5:43 6:30 am
First Friday Masse .. 5:45 A 8:00 am
Baptisms Sunday ........... 4 no p m
Miraculous Medal Novena service every
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart. Fridays
7:15 pm
Confessions Saturday
048)
Sunday School .'. m p m
InsiriicMim.- loi adult' seeking know
edge ol the Catholic Church, every Mon
lav ana Thursday at 7:15 pm
Sunday 9:30 a.m Church School with
classes for all Ages
10:45 a.m -Regular Morning vvorsnii
Sermon Topic "You Can't Uve With-
out It Special Music bv the Junior
Choir
8:00 pm.-Youth Fellowship Subject
tor consideration: "The Captain of The
Game.'' Installation of Newly Selected
Officer
SI VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City C.Z
Pastoi Kev Raymond Lewis, C M
Sunday Masses 5:45 and 8:00 an.
Weekday Mass ......... 6:00 am
Holy Day Masse .. 5:30 ana 6:30 a m
Sunday School ........ 11:00 am
Miraculous Medal Novena ervlce -
Tuesday 7:00 pm
Baptisms Sunday.......... 4:0(1 p.m
Confession Salurdav 3:30 to 5:00: 7:00
u> 8:00 pm
Instruction lot adult ruesdavs Fn
dav 7-30 D.m
OUR LADY 1)1 GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.Z
Pastui Kev Charles Jacobs. CM
Sunday Masse 7:00 and 8.30 a.m
Weekday Masses Wednesday etc 6:00
i in
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Church. Rev
10:30 a.m 2nd and 4lh
Communion or Sermon.
10:30 a.in 1st. and 3rd Sunday Mom-
Prayer 81 address.
00 p.m Sunday School
5:00 and 6:00 p.m Youlh Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
2:00 p.m. Service at Penitentiary Every
Ith Sunday
7:30 p.m Tuesday Girl Friendly So-
ciety
7:30 p.m 2nd and 4th. Thursday
Woman'* Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 240 p.m
LA BOCA
SI. Peter's Church
Rev. Lemuel B Shirley, Priest
6 a.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
School.
5 p.m Holy Baptism.
7:30 pmvespers and Sermon.
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays
7 a.m Wednesdays and Fridays 9 a.m.;
Girls Friendly 6 and 7 p.m. Monday. 6
p.m. Tuesday: Vespers nightly at 7, ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7'30 p.m.
MAROARITA
St. Margaret Chapel,
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School 9 a-m Evening Prayei
f:00 D.m.
PALO SECO
Charch of The Holy Comforter
The Ven A F Nightengale
Every Mondap 8:30 a.m. Holy Com.
-nunlon
PARASO
Rev D A Osborne
8 00 a.m Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
9:30 am Sunday School
5:30 p.m Evening Prever 2nd and 4th
Sunday
Monday: 1:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6:30 o.m. Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev D.A Osborne A Rev C.A Cragwell
11:00 a.m Holy Communion and Ser
-non lt and 3rd Sundays
1100 am Morning Prayei snd add
'ess 2nd snd 4th Sundays
3:00 p.m Sunday School ana Baptism
7 34 pin Evening Prayer snd address
ind and 4th Sundays
PANAMA CITY
SI PAUL'S CHURCH
A F Nightengale. BD M BE.
snd The Rev Rltr Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m Holy Communion 9:00 rr
7:00 D.m Evensong and Sermon
SP,!3,t* LUTHERAN CHURCH
i7he. ""h of the Lutheran Hour"
H. T. Bernthal, Pastor
830 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class 9 a.m.,
2KrVp "rw,f I0:I5 m., "Come Thou
ill. ..V* 4n? W Wil1 Do Tq* Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
>'.2i pm"_"" "I**', fourth Sunday
.30 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
"??* through Sunday, extend a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
H.T.B^u^Pa.io00,^
A Cordial Welcome To AM.
Methodist .
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
a Mml,tT.,teT' Q Herbert Moon
00 ajn. Morning Prayer and Sermon
. 5 Pim Sun 4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 asa. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7lh Street and Melendei Avenue
Coln. R.p
Rev Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m. and 7:1
p.m.; Sunday School for all age at 3
m Monda, 7:30 p.m.. Waekly Praya,
EBF-NEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Slver City, C.Z.
Rev Norman Pratt Minister
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Minday School for all ages at 8:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:30 p.m Prayer Meeting
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
. 1 "rotestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship................
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg. 154 ..,
Morning Worship ...............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship...............
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship ...............
Youth Group ...................
Servicemen's Hour...........
US NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Morning Worship............... 10:45
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship............... 9:00
Catholic
F',r"f C AYTON
Dally Masa .................,
. 5:45 A 6:30 a m
Novena service -
Holy Day Masse
Miraculous Medal
Tuesday 7:00 p.m
Sacrel Heart Novena service. Friday
7:00 pm
Confession Saturday 6:00 o.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (neai Locks 1
Pastiu Rev John rumeltv CM
Sunday Mas 6:45 a.m
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Trlday
8:00 am.
Holy Day Mas 6:00 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri*
day 7:15 pm
Confessions Saturday i (o rom
William H Beeby
Sunday Schuol ......
Morning Worship.....
Baptist Training Union .
Evangelistic Service
W.MS Bible Study
(Every Wedne*dayi ..
'Men' Brotherhood
{Last Mondsv In month 1
Paslai
9:30 a m
... 10:45 a.m
1:30 Dm
7-30 o.m
I Jo o m
I-SO o.m
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev Fred L. Jones. Pastor
"Your Invllalloe To Worship-
Bible School ....... 9:45 a.m
Worship .. ........ 11:00 am
Training Union ........... 5:30 pm
Worship .............. 6:30 Dm
Prayer Meeting (Thur 1 7:30 pm
CHURCH Ot THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C-Z
Sunday Mas ........... s:uo a.m
Catechism Class .......... 10:00 a m
Red Tank Catechism Class 11:00 a m
Benediction .......... 7-00 o.m
PARASO CZ (Lodge Hall)
Sunday Mas ....... 6:13 a m
Catechim Cla Sunday 10:30 a.m
Catholic
Lisieo os-1,,' me catholic Chun-he
11 the Canal Zone ana those In the ter-
minal cities ol Panamo and Colon who
congregation are primarily English
apeak) lg Belo*s ihe.f the Cathedral r
Panama Cily (he Ceihe.irai ol the Im
maclale Conception in Cnloi ,nr1 num
real psrlsh .-burches nnth i-io wei
"1,-HL'h
best rongreg-ilion are orimerily Span
"-.Ilig.) ^^
SI THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoll, C.Z.
Sunday Mas ............ a 00 a.m
Holy Day Mas ......... 6:30 am
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Caranda. C.Z
Sunday Mass .. \....... 8:00 a.m
Catechism Class Thursday 1:30 om.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo. Panama
Sunday Mas -------......... 6:3b a.m
Holy Day Maaa ........... 7:30 a.m
Benediction Sunday........ 7 00 p m
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN S1IIMI CHURCHES
*lrl Church ot Christ. Sciential Ancor
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11 I Wednesday 8 00 o m
Sunday Schuol 9:30 a.m
irsi Chorrh at Christ. Scientist. Cristobal
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sundav 11 :00 a m Wednesday 7 :m om
Sunday School 9JO am
Christian Science Society l.aatho
Civic Center Bulldlne
Sunday 11 -SO m rirt A Third Wed-
. 7 in pm
unuay ochool 16.1. _________
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
S T.B Rector
iUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 am Church School
7:34 om Solemn Evensong A Sermon
VEDNESDAYS:
6 a.m Holy Communion.
7:30 om Evensong and Sermon,
8:30 o m Adult Confirmation Clas
THURSDAYS
5 D.m. Praver Guild
e'RIDAYS:
8 p.m Children 1 Eucharist
7:30 om Choir Practice
yATURDAYS:
10 a.m Children's Confirmation Clas
7 JO D.m. Compline and Meditation
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gatun. C.Z
Rev Solomon N. Jacob.
Sundays:
8:4 a m Church School.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
10:00 a.m Holv Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays.
7:00 am Holy Communion (Also Holy
Oay and Saints Days 1
Wednesdays:
7:00 p.m Evening Prayer.
8:00 Dm St- Vincent Guild
Thursday:
7:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal
Church ol St. Mary The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:43 am Morning Prayer.
7 00 am Holy Eucharist and Sermon
340 pan. Church School.
6.00 pm. Evening Song. Thursdays
7:00 am Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saint Days.)
7:30 pm Evening Prayer. Fridays
3:006:00 pm Prayer Guild
7JO pm Choir Rehearsal
6:30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:45 am on the
/JO p.m Solemn Evensong
RIO ABAJO
St. Chrlatepher's
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a m Choral Eucharist
10:00 am Church School
6 00 p m Solemn Evensong
Thuodav and Holv Dev H.C 7:00
1 m
Wednesday and Holv Days 8:30 a.m
Holv Communion
li'11 si Sunday al every monta.) ..
12TH' STATION HOSPITAL......
Sunday Masa ..,,,,........ 7:48
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass ................... laja
FORT KOBBE
Dally Masa ........,.......,..
Sunday Massea.......... t 00 A
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass .................
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mas ............, .....
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass .....................
Sunday Massea ..........7:45 A
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Saturday .....1................. 6:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday...................... 4:00
FORT KOBBE
Thursday.................... 7:00
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday........................ 7:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Prelestant
FORT DAVIS -
Episcopal Holy Communion .... 9:00
Sunday School ................. 9:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................. 9:15
Morning Worship............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ..1...........
jlornlng Worship.........
CatheTle
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Masa ...
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mas ..,
COCO SOLO
Sunday Maaa.................... t:00
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FORT GULICK
Tuesday .....
Jewk.1.
7:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panami Monday; Lectura and Dl-
cussions 8:00 D.m.
Church ol Jesus Christ at Lattes Day
Saint (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z
Sunday School 10:6S a.Bs
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases for all ages .... 10:00 am
Preaching and Communion ... 16:45 a.m
Preaching and Communion 7:00 pm
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 p.m
Ladles' Bible Claae Thursday 1:46 p.m
CHURCH OF CHRISTOM Crtetabe)
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legloo Hall
in front of the Clubhouse -
Morning Worship 10:46 am
Visitors welcome
Ladle Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gatun 416 or it Gullck 309
CURUNDU PROTESTANT.
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blah-
Sunday School ................
Morning Worship...........
Young People's Service.........
Evening Worship...............
Prayer Meeting Thursday .......
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p.m. and Saturday >J0 am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
SL Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No I
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at (30
Tuesday. Wednesdays and
8:30 a.m. ,
Sacrament of Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday ot each month at
7:30 om
Mount Halibeth Cwrtetlaa Caxsreb
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D. D. Btebop
offlclanllna.
Morning Worship at .......
Holy Communion at........
Fellowship Worship at......
Bible Reading at ..........
Divine Service at .........
Sermon al..............
Holy Communion at .....
BaIhM-Amadas Read USO Oak
Non-1 >eni.maoste*
Veapei Service at 60 pjm. Sundays.
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que presenta:
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PANAMA, R. P., SBADO, MATO 26, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Gabinete acordar el lunes la
convocatoria de la Asamblea Nal
Sern rebajadas todas las
partidas globales para que
el Presupuesto se ajuste
Un Consejo de Gabinete Extraordinario decidir el
Lunes sobre la Convocatoria de la Asamblea Nacional a
sesiones extraordinarias, segn datos obtenidos esta ma-
ana en fuentes oficiales.
Al ser preguntado esta maana el Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia sobre la posibilidad de que el rgano
Ejecutivo convoque a sesiones extraordinarias a la Asam-
blea Nacional para los fines especficos de solucionar el
problema fiscal de la Repblica, el Ministro Ordoez dijo
a un redactor de "El Panam-Amrica" que "existe el pro-
psito de convocar a la Asamblea a sesiones extraordina-
rias, si acaso se llega a un acuerdo en relacin con las
conveniencias de esa convocatoria".
El Ministro Ordftez dijo al
referirse al Presupuesto de su
Ministerio que est estudiando
y discutiendo la rebaja de par-
tidas globales para ajustar el
Presupuesto del Ministerio a las
realidades fiscales de la Rep-
blica. Dijo el Ministro Ord-
ez que en caso de que se a-
pruebe una ley de facultades
dearse a los Honorables Dipu-
tados en sus trascendentales
deliberaciones.
de servicios.
Sobre esta poltica a*, eco-
nomas el Ministro Orde, a-
greg que en la reorganlzatvri
de la Polica Secreta, el Minis--'
terlo habla Iniciado la poltica
de reducir los empleados In-
necesarios y que solo se ha-
blan hecho nombramientos del
personal Indispensable .
En lo relacionado con la jor-
nada ,** ayer, nos hizo lajfl-
RulentT declaraciones:
"Me encuentro profundamen-
te satisfecho, como funciona-
rlo y ciudadano, por el glorio -
o episodio de ayer. Permanec
en la Comandancia de la Po-
lica, dispuesto a acatar las or-
denes de la Asamblea Nacional,
le fueron cumplidas estricta-
mente. En todo momento la
polica nacional, sin excepcin
de unidades, es tu to presta a
cumplir can su deber y lo hizo
con noblesa, en la conciencia
de que el pueblo sabra ser hi-
dalgo, como lo comprob cuan-
do el doctor Arnulfo Arias fue
trasudado al recinto de la C-
mara.
Slo se registr la detencin
del seor Guillermo McKay, a
quien se acusaba de repartir
hojas sueltas que podan sem-
brar inquietud. Enterado de su
declaracin ante la Polica Se-
creta Nacional, orden su liber-
tad inmediatamente hacindole
presente qae su arresto se pro-
dujo para prevenir todo lo que
eudiese perturbar la absoluta
-anquilldad de que deba ro-
Premio consecutivo
de-seguridad gana
INSTANTES DRAMTICOS DE LA AUDIENCIA DE AYER
extraordinarias, se proceder. -d-r* J" .. V*
la eliminacin de emjjJados Irt PailOQra
Innecesarios y a la reAfndlcln
En reconocimiento a su per-
f eoto record de seguridad du-
rante el ao 1950, se ha otor-
gado nuevamente a Panagra el
premio del Consejo Interamerl-
ano de Seguridad de Aviacin.
La prwehtacin-^del premio
fue hecha al seor- Andrew
B. Shea presidente de la l-
nea area y al seor Douglas
Campbell,, vjoe-presidenle y ge-
rente general de Finara, por
los seores Leroy Wilson, pre-
sidente de la Comisin de Pre-
mios, y R. J. Fado,*, presidente
del Conseje nter-Americano de
Seguridad, en las oficinas eje-
cutivas de la compaa ubi-
cadas en el Edificio Chryaley
en Nueva York.
Durante el ao pasado, la
Panagra acumul un total de
113,838,000 de pasajeros-millas
sin registrar ningn accidente o
fatalidad a los pasajeros o tri-
pulaciones, mientras que opera-
ba 8,048,458 millas de vuelo so-
bre una red de 7,488 millas de
rutas, que unen a ocho pases
latinoamericanos con los Esta-
dos Unidos.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
24,300
La crisis nos castiga a todos y
todos debemos contribuir a darle
solucin" Alcibades Arosemena
El Estado Mayor estuvo muy
preocupado por la forma cmo
MacArthur diriga la guerra
He aqu dos grficas que nos dan una Idea de los instan-
tes do intenso dramatismo que tuvieron lagar en la audiencia
o ayer, cuando la -Asamblea Nacional juagaba al Dr. Arnul-
fo Arlas por extralimitaron de funciones.
La primera grfica recete el Instante en que l Dr. Felipa
lun Escobar analizaba la situacin del Dr. Arlas, frente a la
derogatoria de la Constitucin, mientras ste lea atentamen-
te, las aventuras del libro Kon-Tiki.
La otra, capta el instante en qua el Presidente de la C-
mara manifestaba al Dr. Arias que era conveniente que se
trasladara a otro saln del edificio, para evitar que las ba-
rras fueran a hacerle algn dao. El Dr. Arias, respondi
que no tema a las muras.
DON ALCIBADES AROSEMENA se dirige desde su telfono
particular a los habitantes de la Repblica, despus que la
Asamblea lo declar Presidente Titular de la Repblica, al
destituir al Dr. Arnulfo Arias. El telfono haba sido conec-
tado con una Red Nacional de emisoras. Aparecen all el
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia, Dr. Miguel ngel Ordeos,
el de Previsin Social, Ing. Juan de Arco Galindo, y el de
Obras Pblicas, Ing. Norberto Navarro.
*

un milln de bajas han
sufrido los comunistas en Corea
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 28 (UP)
El Embajador de Argentina,
Jernimo Remorlno, descubri
la estatua del General Jos de
San Martin, obseaulo de la
Municipalidad de Buenos Arles
a la ciudad de Nueva York, en
un vistoso acto al que asistie-
ron destacadas personalidades
diplomticas, militares y ecle-
sisticas Latino-Americanas y
norte-americanas.
Se calcula que alrededor de
tree mil personas presenciaron
las ceremonias-culminacin del
di dedicado al libertador ar-
gentlno-que tuvieron lugar en
uno de loa "principales sitios de
la ciudad en -el extremo sep-
tentrional de la Avenida de las
Americas y a la entrada del
Parque Central.
E1 Secretarlo de Estados Ad-
nta, a cargo de las relaciones
ter-amerioanas, Edward Ml-
r Jr., asisti a las ceremo-
nias y deposit una ofrenda flo-
ral ante la estatua del General
despus de haber sido bendeci-
da sta por el Cardenal apell-
inan.
m c*r,enl Spellman pro-
nunci una Invocacin en el
curso de la cual cit la paz y
buenas relaciones existentes en-
tre los pases Americanos como
ejemplo quo debfa lmltlr el
mundo.
Acontlnuacln, el Embaja-
dor Remorlno pronunci un
discurso y descubri la estatua
del Libertador argentino mien-
tras los Granaderos de San
Martin y unidades de marinos
de Argentina, Chile y per se
paraban en atencin. i
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El General Omar Bradley,
Presidente de la Junta de los
Jefes de Estado Mayor, dijo en
su declaracin ante el Comit
del senado que la Junta que
el preside recomend la desti-
tucin del General MacArthur
porque dicha junta consider
que la actitud de ste pona
en peligro el control tradicional
civilista sobre la autoridad mi-
litar.
(NEA Telefoto)
Detenidos en Roma
37 miembros do
entidad lacisla
HOMA Mayo 26 (UP) Han
sino detenidos 37 miembros ae
una organizacin revolucionario,
fascista, como consecuencia de
las bombas "terroristas" colocfi-
d;i en la Embajada de Estados
Unidos y otros edificios segn
anuncio de la Polica que dice
que "la larga investigacin ha
confirmado el origen neofascis-
ta de los atentados. Elementos
extremistas pertenecientes al
movimiento revolucionario
"FAR" son los responsable".
"FAR" es una organizacin de
"fascistas de accin' revolucio-
naria.
La Polica, dijo que las de-
Unciones se efectuaron en Ro-
ma, aples, Genova, Venecia.
Chietl, Brescia, Rovlgo y Arezzc.
Los nombres de los detenidos
no se hicieron pblicos, pero la
ioicia. dijo que el lder de la
organizacin se halla entre los
detenidos.
Las bajas norteamericanas
en lo que va de la guerra
se han tal cu I ado en 66.876
WASHINGTON, mayo 26
(UP). Las autoridades mul-
tares informaron que los co-
munistas han jufrldo en Co-
rea bajas calajjidas en 1,024-
404, desde que tall la gue-
rra all hasta mircoles pa-
sado.
La cifra muestra un aumen-
to de 109,616 obre el nmero
de bajas anunciado anterior-
mente, que abarcaba desde el
estallido de la guerra hasta el
7 de mayo ltimo.
Por primera vez, las autori-
dades no dividieron las bajas
en nor-coreanos y comunistas
chinos. Segn un portavoz mili-
tar las bajas comunistas se des-
componen as:
Bajas de guerra, 736,440. A-
i pt < ai i,
jLa audiencia del Dr.
Arnulfo Arias en el
Teatro Central
Maana se presentar en el
Teatro Central el noticiero que
recoge todos los detalles de la
histrica audiencia en la cual
e Juzg al Dr. Arnulfo Arias.
La huelga de estudiantes de
Honduras entra en su dcimo
da sin que haya solucin
TEGUCIGALPA, Mayo 26 -
(UP) La huelga general re
estudiantes palo hoy del do.i.o
ca, sin que te vislumbre ui.a
soiucin inmediata.
La huelga afecta a todo el
cuerpo estudiantil de pre-r.-
c: acin de la Universidad Cen-
tral de Honduras, compuesto oe
813 alumnos de las facultades
de erecho, medicina, ingeniera,
farmacia y economa.
Al principio, los huelguistas
exigan la destitucin de los or-
enos de las facultades de uc-

recho y farmacia, basndose
simplemente en que no les epa-
taban- Ms tarde, ainembargo,
exigieron que las autoridades u-
aiversltarlaa sean elegidas por
los profesionales de todo el puis
con la posible participacin el
cuerpo estudiantil.
Las autoridades gubernamen-
tales observan una actitud de
expectativa con precauciones y
el Ministerio de Educacin pi-
llo a los huelguistas que pre-
senten un pliego oficial de *m
aspiraciones firmado por un isi-
njno de 500 estudiantes.
En el Parque Lefevre
habr feria hoy para
construir un saln
Todo, est arreglado para dar
comienzo el sbado a las 7
f'.m. a la feria que se efec-
uar en el Parque Infantil del
Parque- Lefevre a beneficio del
Saln Martin de Porras de la
Iglesia San Juan Bautista de
La Salle.
En esta feria habr muchas
atracciones, msica y comida,
abajo publicamos los nombres
de las personas y casas comer-
ciales, quienes galantemente
han respondido a la llamada
del comit para cooperar al
buen xito de esta feria que es
a beneficio de una obra comu-
nal. Las casas comerciales son:
Rodelag. Almacn 25 Centavos,
la 5a. Avenida, aPnam Coca-
Cola Botling Co., Cervecera
Nacional, 8. A.. Imprenta Her-
nndez. Casa Fastllch, Produc-
tos Nestl, Comisariato S.A.8.
Conciudadanos:
La decisin aprobada hoy por
la Asamblea Nacional como re-
presentante de la soberana po-
pular y en ejercicio de supre-
ma funcin judicial, pone tr-
mino a la perturbacin poltica
surgida el 7 de mayo y perfec-
ciona el titulo jurdico del go-
bierno a mi cargo. Reparada por
los representantes del pueblo
la lesin Inferida al rgimen
jurdico, estimo necesario ha-
blar por segunda vez a la Na-
cin para expresar mi pensa-
miento y mis propsitos sobre
algunas cuestiones de especial
importancia. Considero que, sal-
dada la crisis institucional y
vuelta la estabilidad de las ins-
tituciones democrticas, mi pri-
mera palabra debe ser una in-
vitacin a extinguir el rescoldo
de las pasiones caldeadas por
la lucha y a la restauracin
del equilUa-io espiritual- iietM
dos los habitantes del patria
solar. Una larga y aguerrida
polmica pohtlca ha sacudido
recientemente la conciencia na-
cional y repartido a los pana-
meos en parcialidades que so
combaten con acritud. Exami-
nadas a fondo sus discrepancias
se descubre que en su mayora
tienen un fuerte acento perso-
nal y que en sos prdicas apa-
recen puntos de coincidencia
sobre los cuales pueden lograr-
se acuerdos que las pongan a
todas a trabajar en beneficio
de la Repblica. Quizs por ello
ha sido factible el gabinete de
concordia nacional con cuyo
concurso me he iniciado en la
direccin de los negocios pbli-
cos, funcin excepcionalmente
difcil en las actuales clrcuns-
(Pasa a la pgina S. col. 1)
Sigue incontenible el avance
de los aliados en todos los
frentes de Corea del Norte
TOKIO, Mayo 26 (UP) Las fuerzas aliadas, in-
cluyendo infantes de marina, cruzaron el Paralelo 38 en
varios puntos del frente central oriental, mientras quf
una poderosa fuerza de patrulla se acercaba a Inje, a sell
millas dentro de territorio de Corea del Norte. Las fuerzas
Sur-Coreanas en la costa oriental ocuparon a Yangyang,
tambin a seis millas dentro del territorio de Corea del
Norte.
Los infantes de marina norte-americanos tomaron uri
gran nmero de prisioneros quienes rehusaron pelear, y
no ofrecieron -resistencia alguna.
Un oficial de las Naciones Unidas dijo que los alia-
dos "estn capturando hoy ms prisioneros que nunca".
Cumpli aos ayer
el HD. Csar Guillen
Ayer celebr tu cumpleaos el
U. D- Don Csar Guillen, quien
llev sobre sus hombros la res-
ponsabilidad histrica de la au-
diencia de ayer. El H D. Guiil-n
ha sido mujr felicitado our su
actuacin.
Slnembargo, dos cuerpos de
ejrcito chinos cerca de 60,000
hambres los cuales no fucion
u'ilizados en la reciente ofensi-
va de primavera, se cree que se
encuentran frente a las poscio-
iu> de los Infantes de marina y
se cree que pueden contra-a'a-
tacar si los rojos lo deciden.
Las tropas que capturaron a
Lije arrasaron con una posicin
enemiga para liberar a 12 pri-
sioneros norteamericanos
Otra fuerza aliada avanz a
unas millas de Hwachon, luta
principal de escape de los co-
munistas en el frente central.
Hwachon. a siete millas ai
norte del Paralelo 38, fu una
de las principales fuentes de
concentracin comunista para
la ofensiva de primavera.
A todo lo largo del frente co-
reano de 120 millas, las fueizas
principales de las Naciones. U-
nidas se acercaban al Parale-
lo 38. en medio de una torren-
cial lluvia.
Se ha reportado muy poco
contacto con el enemigo, p:ro
ua grupo d Infantera reporto
haber encontrado una tenaz re-
sistencia mientras se encontra-
ban buscando grupos de chiir.S
que podan haber quedado dis-
persos y eludan la red aliaUa.
Se cree que muchos rojos lin
librado escabullirse a travs da
las posiciones aliadas por lea
pasos de las montaas.
Un grupo de comunistas qua
eaiuvo combatiendo a las futr-
ios aliadas fu barrido por la
aviacin y la artillera. Un aci-
dado dijo que "hay tantos muer
ios en los i cerros que debemos
caminar con dudado para vo
pisarlos'.
La fuerte lluvia impidi que
la Fuerza Area llevara a cabo
rondes Incursiones, logrndose
hacer slo 88 salidas contra ios
objetivos comunistas al norte da
U linea de batalla de Corel,
siendo ste l menor nmero
-taques areos desde el 28 >e
Atril.
Los tanques destruyeron uu
tanque del Upo T-34 que partee
sei de manufactura rusa, pe:
uc imposible acercarse al vf^H
ujja pgj-8 identificarlo.
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BENJAMIN CONSTANT
Defensor de la libertad de imprenta
Por Jean Bloch Michel
EL MOMENTO POLTICO
Al cerrarse el captulo histrico que culmin
ayer en la Asamblea Nacional cabe hacer algunas
consideraciones sobre el presente y el futuro poltico
del pueblo panameo. De ninguna manera sera con-
veniente que el pas pensara que definitivamente
est garantizado el porvenir a base de libertades.
Por supuesto que no se puede negar que el pronun-
ciamiento colectivo de ndole absolutamente popular
de los ltimos das constituye un buen estmulo para
que nuestro pueblo se sienta con nimo suficiente
para defender su soberana poltica.
Entre los apasionantes pensamientos del gran
Libertador se encuentra uno que encarna una llama-
da, de atencin para los pueblos: Es ms difcil man-
tener la libertad que conquistarla. Esa idea debe
servir de brjula a la Nacin panamea para no
dormirse sobre sus laureles, sino que, por el contra-
rio, debe asumir una actitud de vigilante patriotis-
mo a fin de que aqu no se viva al margen de la
doctrina democrtica y de la forma republicana de
gobierno. Es urgente que no se crea que todas las
dictaduras asoman con las mismas aractersticas,
y, precisamente, esto es lo que motiva la confusin
que puede existir en Panam y que ha existido y
existe en otros pases del continente. Con habilidad
las dictaduras se pueden ir encubando con cierta
reciedumbre peligrosa sin que todos lo adviertan
hasta que ya ha hechado hondas races ese terri-
ble mal.
El optimismo en cierto modo justificado que
actualmente anima a Panam debe servirnos como
acicate para la lucha del porvenir, una lucha que si
se sabe orientar y mantener jams podra llegar a
etapas de sacrificio, porque cuando el civismo se
practica metdicamente y en todas sus facetas es
bastante difcil que las circunstancias lleguen a obli-
gar a una campaa violenta.
Como es sabido, en una fecha ms o menos pr-
xima el pueblo panameo tendr que ejercer el su-
fragio en los comicios de 1952. Para que este pas
vuelva a los senderos del-orden se necesita que todo
ese proceso se realice dentro de la mayor imparcia-
lidad de parte del gobierno para que no se traicione
de nmguna manera la voluntad nacional.
I Las declaraciones de anoche del Sr. Presidente
Arosemena indican que l tiene el propsito de ga-
rantizar unas elecciones libres. Eso lo manifest el
Jefe del Estado en trminos claros. Esa promesa
que responde al anhelo y a la obligacin fundamen-
tal del Presidente de la Repblica debe ser respetada
por todos los ramos de la Administracin. Ojal esto
se logre en forma integral sin que los jefes de los
departamentos o secciones del gobierno se salgan
de sus funciones por accin o por omisin, para cam-
paas proselitistas porque ello implicara una indis-
cutible violacin a la libertad electoral.
El pueblo panameo que ha conquistado hasta
con sangre sus derechos polticos debe permanecer
alerta para mantener esta posicin exclusivamente
a base de un gobierno civil y democrtico para que
Panam sea una verdadera Repblica en la ms
elevada concepcin del trmino.
LA LIBERTAD de pensamiento fu. la ruta del proreso cient-
fico v cultural. El camino para el ejercicio autentico de una
democracia universal fundada en el mutuo ranoclmiento de '?*
hombres y de los pueblos, no es otro que el de la libertad de
informacin y de prensa. ...,..
En Enero y Febrero ltimos. la Comisin para la Lioeriaa
de Informacin de las Naciones Unidas, reunida en Lake Success
v compuesta por la Arabia Saudita. Cuba, Ecuador UW. os-
ladas Unidos, Filipinas, Francia, Oran Bretaa, Holanda, inaia,
.Lbano, -Mxico. Pakistn, URSS, y Yugoslavia, ha preP"a-
do una Convencin de 19 artculos y un prembulos que, una vez
sometida a los Gobiernos de loa Estados Miembros, pasara a
estudio del Consejo -Econmico y Social durante su reunion del
prximo Julio. ._.-i.
El artculo que ofrecemos a continuacin evoca la apasio-
nante finura de un pensador francs. Benjamn Constant, que
hace ms de un siajlo se constituy en paladn de la libertad de
prensa.
Mi vida no esta sino en mi
mismo", escriba Benjamn
Constant en su diarlo ntimo,
all por marzo de 1805. Pero
el 7 de Julio de 1914 escriba
tambin: "Es preciso que yo
sea algo". Asi era aquel sona-
dor, que deseaba ser hombre
de accin y que se balancea-
ba perpetuamente entre el gus-
to de los trabajos solitarios y
una extraa comezn de fama.
Fundada sobre una contradic-
cin tan grave, su existencia
tenia forzosamente que ser ca-
tica. Pero, bajo esa capa ex-
terna de versatilidad, detras de
lo que aparenta no ser ms que
una serie de palinodias, su vi-
da, de Benjamin Constant, esa
de la sociedad feudal. SI, por
el contrario, .se serva a una
poltica, el rgimen, que la apli-
case era diferente. Talleyrand
fue un ejemplo de esa actitud.
Y otros muchos, aunqu menos
brillantes que l, la siguieron
tambin.
Benjamin Constant, por su
fiarte, habla sufrido una gran
nluencla de las doctrinas de
Benthan, quien pensaba que los
regmenes y las constituciones
no eran sino marcos vacos. Una
monarqua, poda en su opi-
nin ser liberal, y una de-
mocracia poda ser desptica.
Todo esfuerzo haca la liber-
tad debe pues hacerse en el
Interior del Estado, cualesquie-
en la Cmara, lo hace para
deefnder con energa el dere-
cho de la prensa a expresarse
con libertad. El lo. y el 5 de
mayo dr ese ao, .vuelve a ha-
blar, pidiendo al Parlamento
que rechace la ley sobre fian-
zas de garanta. "Se ha esta-
blecido declar que la pren-
sa era un Instrumento y que
deba de continuar sometida al
derecho comn. El Derecho co-
mn establece que el que abu-
sa de un instrumento para co-
meter un delito o un crimen,
sea castigado; pero el derecho
comn no ha pretendido nun-
ca que el que abuse de un Ins-
trumento tenga que dar una
fianza garantizando que no a-
busar de l".
A pesar de su oposicin se
vot la ley y se restingi la
libertad de prensa. Al ano si-
guiente Benjamin Constant, to-
ma otra vez la palabra sobre
el mismo tema. Se trataba so-
bre el mismo tema Se (trataba
de establecer penas por "ultra-
jes a la religin del Estado".
Constant seala la dificultad
para distinguir entre esos ul-
trajas y la simple crtica ejer-
cida contra ciertos cuerpos o
ciertas Instituciones eclesisti-
cas. Hablando de los jesutas
E regona sto: "Si Pascal escri-
lera hoy lo que escribi an-
tao contra esas asociaciones,
no hay la menor duda de que
seria condenado en virtud de
la ley a la que me opongo".
ICON QUE GUSTO PRESTO SIEMPRE LA PALA
A MI VECINO!
vida que 'no encontraba sino
en si mismo", mantena, a pe-
sar de todo, una unidad pro-
funda en su pensamiento.
Bajo el directorio, afirma, p-
blicamente y con brillantez, su
amor por la libertad. P.ero
cuando el Primer Cnsul crea
el Tribunado para asentar su
rgimen autoritario, Benjamn
Constant reclama y obtiene en
l un puesto. Es una traicin?
El primer discurso que pronun-
cia ante esa asamblea es de
tal manera opuesto a la pol-
tica de Bpnaparte que. por de
pronto, lo echan del Tribuna-
do y se v a continuacin for-
zado a acompaar en su des-
tierro a Madame Stael tambin
cada en desgracia.
Cuando Napolen desembarca
en Oolfe-Juan Benjamin Cons-
tant escribe un articul celebre
que desgraciadamente para
l sus contemporneos no ha-
brn de olvidar. En ese ar-
ticulo declara altivamente que
no ir a ofrecer sus servicios al
tirano. Pero llamado algunos
das despus a las Tullenas por
el Emperador, acepta encargar-
se de la redaccin del Acta adi-
cional. Otra traicin? No en
realidad aprovecha lo que. en
su diarlo del 30 de marzo de
1815. designa como "una oca-
sin de libertad". Por eso se
explica que al trmino de los
cien dias escriba con gran a-
margura: "Miserables! le han
servido con entusiasmo cuan-
do aplastaba la ll^ady
abandonan cuando la eatable-
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Calle B No. 38 (frente al Parque de los Bomberos)
La Casa de los CUADERNOS FORRADOS
ofrece:
Todos los libros de Textos Adoptados en las
escuelas de la Repblica.
Surtido completo en tiles escolares y artcu-
los de oficina.
VISTENOS Y SE CONVENCER
"semejante comportamiento no
podemos Juzgarlo atra-a Je
los hbitos que un siglo de de
moc r a c 1 a par amentai la ha
creado. En aquella poca se ser-
via a un dueo o a una pol-
tica. Al monrquico le impor-
taba poco que el Emperno
sobemase de un modo extra
ordinariamente P"cldo al de
tjils XIV. Lo Importante era
Se el Emperador haba usur-
pado el trono y entre sus sub-
titru v l ya no existan ios
fazos de nene.-dencla heredados
ra que sean sus formas y sin
preocuparse de ellas. V eso es
lo que hizo sin cansancio du-
rante toda su vida Benjamn
Constant. Era liberal, partida-
rio de todas las libertades, y
su batalla ms tenaz fue la que
mantuvo para obtener la de la
prensa.
Cuando despus de haberse
comprado una casa con el di-
nero que haba ganado en el.
juego, pudo hacerse elegir di-
putado por l Departamento de
la Sarth.e, en 1819, emprendi
esa lucha en el plano' parla-
mentario. Por fin haba llega-
do a ser "algo". Desde hacia
bastante tiempo era ya "al-
guien".
Que se pensaba en aquel
tiempo de la libertad de la
prensa? A decir verdad, no se
sabia demasiado bien de qu
se trataba. Pasquler escribe en
sus memorias qu durante el
largo silencio impuesto por el
rgimen Imperial, las opiniones
favorables a una plena y en-
tera libertad haban desapa-
recido por completo y el deba-
te se cea nicamente a la
mayor o menor extensin de
las medidas represivas". Algu-
nos pedan que fueron medi-
das extremas. "La naturaleza
ha sometido al hombre a una
dependencia deca Duplessls
de Grenedan y la libertad no
es la finalidad de los gobier-
nos". V Beugnot repite la opi-
nin que a ese propsito expre-
s Fontanes en su presencia:
"En cuanto a mi, deca el Can-
celario de 'la Universidad Im-
perial, no me considerar jams
como ser libre ms que all
en donde la prensa lo sea".
Benjamn Constant toma una
actitud totalmente opuesta. Y el
14 de abril de 1819, cuando por
vez primera Joma la palabra
Todos los aos, con motivo
de la votacin de la ley de pre-
supuesto, de la renovacin o de
las modificaciones aportadas a
la ley de prensa, vuelve a la
carga. No slo habla ante la
Cmara, sino que hace al pu-
blico juez de una causa que le
es cara, publicando su obra:
"De la Libertad de los folle-
tos, panfletos y peridicos, con-
siderada desde el punto de vis-
ta del inters del Gobierno .
De ese esfuerzo largo y per-
severante conviene retener al-
gunos de sus propsitos, en los
que supo expresar el fondo de
su pensamiento. El 7 de marzo
de 1820: "Siempre he mirado
como digna de envidia la suer-
te de los amigos de la libertad
que, desde el comienzo de los
furores revolucionarlos, recibie-
ron los primeros golpes. Ese
destino les ha evitado ser tes-
tigos de actos todava mas ver-
gonzosos". Porque Benjamn
Constant no es un revoluciona-
rlo. Cualquier atentado a la li-
bertad, le horroriza, sea el que
fuere 1 principio en el cual
se fundamente ese atentado. Y
si niega a un partido el dere-
cho de oprimir a nadie, se lo
niega al suyo con igual vigor:
"Nosotros luchamos contra to-
da clase de censura, dice en
la tribuna de la Cmara, el .
de Julio de 1821; no como pre-#
tendientes vidos que rompen
lo rfue no pueden conseguir si-
no "como hombres que no quie-
ren ni sufrir ni poseer medios
de opresin, como hombres que
quieren para los dems, come
para si mismos, la libertad, la
seguridad y la Justicia..."
En unas cuantas palabras
Benjamn Constant defina as
no una actitud poltica circuns-
tancial sino una posicin mo-
ral. Las circunstancias podrn
ser distintas, la sociedad podr
tomar otra faz: las fuerzas eco-
nmicas, las fronteras, los mo-
dos de vida o las civilizacio-
nes podrn cambiar, pero las
palabras d Benjamin Constant
no sern nunca desmentidas.
Los defensores de la libertad
quieren "ni sufrir ni poseer
sern siempre aquellos que no
medios de opresin": los que
se nieguen, como ms tarde
hubo de decirse, a ser tanto
verdugos como vctimas.
El diez de diciembre de 1830
mora Benjamn Constant a la

DEL DIARIO "THE WASHINGTON POST", D WASHINGTON, D.C.
"CON QUE GUSTO PRESTO SIEMPRE fcA PALA A MI VECI-
NO" exclam Stalin (a la taquierda) en momentos en quei ve
a su socio el Jefe comunista chino Mao Tse Tung alentan-
do los caones de guerra con tropas chinas MWinlataa. Et
caricatura apareci recientemente en el Washington Feat, une
de los principales diarios de los Estados Unidos.
edad de 63 aos. Pocos dias
antes habla tenido el ltimo
gesto de su vida parlamenta-
ria, Iniciada el 14 de abril de
lf,19 con su discurso sobre la,
libertad de prensa y termina-
da depositando sobre la mesa
de la Cmara un proyecto de.
ley que fue rechazado so-
bre la libertad de la profesin
de Impresor.
Todos los honores que en
vida se le haban negado, fue-
ron concedidos a su cadver.
Escoltado por la Guardia Na-
cional, seguido de Ministros, de
parlamentarios y de una enor-
me multitud, la carroza fne-
bre en la que reposaba su atad
fue hasta el cementerio del
Pre Lachaise. Ante su tum-
ba abierta, el testigo perma-
nente y frgido de todas las re-
.ojuciones, Lafayette, quiso de-
cirle adis; y lo que no hablan
loerad'Aantos trastornos y des-
rdenes. ^ consigui el recuer-
do o> un hombre por el que
no aba tenido el menor a-
io: mudo por la emocin.
Lafayette se desvaneci en los-
'I brazos de los que le rodeaban.
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SBADO. MATO 28. 151
El- PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIRNTI
PAGINA rK7!
Se inici la huelga en Madrid
en tanto que el ejrcito y la
polica patrullan las calles
MADRID. Mayo 22 (UP) rados a comer en sus oflcluks.
Los soldados y la Polica arma- -y* que los desconocidos organ:-
da patrullan las principaba I dores de la huelga le han ^e-
piazas y los distritos comercia-
les de Madrid a fin de coa tro-
la r cualquier violencia que sur-
ja con motivo de la huelga de
protesta contra el alto costo de
la vida, la cual ha comenzado
tn silencio.
Miles de personas tuvieron
que caminar a sus trabajos, con
piqueos pequetes de comiuas
debajo de sus brazos. Todo p.i-
rece indicar que estn prepa-
ido a los obreros que "tomen
las cosas con suavidad' hoy.
Una inspeccin demostr que
Ui mayora de los talleres y al-
macenes abrieron a la hora a-
costumbrada, pero los tranvtr.s
v buses, que a sa hora deban
C3tar repletos, estaban casi va-
cos. En las calles haban ae-
nos carros de alquiler que de,
cri.itumbre. En da estaba claro,
y se espera que contine asi.
En todos los frentes de Corea huyen los
comunistas rojos bajo la presin aliada
"Encontrar y matar al enemigo"
es la orden que ha dictado el
Gral. Val Fleet a sus hombres
Estados Unidos pide que se unan
las Comisiones de Control de
Armamentos y Energa Atmica
Se enviarn a Estados Unidos
500 estudiantes japoneses
la Universidad de Tokio.
Un tercer curso suministra
Por
Tokio l'etsuhar
(NANA)
TOKIO, mayo 26 (EPS).
Las damas norteamericanas re-
sidentes aqui han estado dedi-
cando mucho de su tiempo y
energas a la tarea de orientar Dart.et del pedente programa
a los estudiantes japonenses
que ingresarn este ao a di-
ferentes universidades norte-
americanas, gracias al fondo
especial para becas establecido
por el Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos.
La necesidad de orientar a
estos estudiantes ha sido in-
tensamente sentida y para lle-
narla se adoptaron dos pro-
gramas, uno conducido por
hombres de negocios norteame-
ricanos, otro por las esposas y
familiares de funcionarios de
ocupacin norteamericanos tam-
bin.
El curso de orientacin de las
damas es patrocinado por la
Asociacin de Jvenes Cristia-
nos y lo dirige la seora Nan-
cy Echols, esposa del coronel
Marlon Echols, ex-Jefe de la
oficina de publicidad de las
fuerzas de ocupacin. Los estu-
diantes se renen de noche en
la, mencionada organizacin, re-
cibiendo amplia informacin no
solo sobre la historia y la geo-
grafa de los Estados Unidos si-
no tambin sobre los hbitos
de sus habitantes. Uno de los
objetos principales de estas le'c-
ciones es el de dar a los es-
tudiantes, adems de conoci-
mientos generales, fluidez en el
Idioma ingls. Para ayudar en
esta tarea, las damas norte-
americanas invitan a comer en
u casa a grupos de estudian-
tes de ambos sexos.
Es Interesante anotar que al
principio los estudiantes encon-
traron excesivos los requeri-
mientos de la etiqueta norte-
americana. Y esto, a pesar de
que el mundo entero cree que
es todo lo contrario, que asi
como son de simples las cos-
tumbres norteamericanas, soft
de complicada las japonesas!
Una revelacin sobre las cos-
tumbres norteamericanas que
ha causado honda impresin en
los estudiantes del sexo mas-
culino, a la vez que mucha
complacencia en las mujeres, es
que en los Estados Unidos, co-
mo en todo el occidente, se su-
pone que las damas deben ser i
servidas y atendidas primero
que los hombres. Ceder el sitio
a una mujer, saludarla, qui-
tarse el sombrero en un as- j
censor si hay mujeres en l.
etc.. son Innovaciones para los
japoneses. En cambio, las mu-
:hachas japonesas que van a
ir a los Estados Unidos sonren
satisfechas al pensar que all
tern Iguales a los hombres en
nuchos aspectos.
Otro curso familiariza a los
sstudiantes con la vida y nor-
nas de las universidades y co-
eglos norteamericanos. Est a
:argo de la seorita Helen
a/ood, jefe de la oficina de in-
ormacln norteamericana en
NACIONES UNIDAS, N. Y
Mayo 25 (USIS) Los Estados
Unidos han propuesto formal-
mente que las Naciones Unidas
amalgamen las funciones de las
Comisiones de Armamento y E-
nergia Atmica a fin de for;r.ar
una nueva Comisin Integrada
por representantes de doce na-
ciones para el control interna-
cional de todos ios armamentos
y fuerzas armadas.
Al anunciar el lunes la pro-
posicin de EE. UU., la Bec.e-
tara de la ONU dijo que e^te
plan ser abordado el viernes
Informacin acerca de la vida \ por ei comit de 12, establecido
comercial e Industrial de lospor Ia Asamblea General p-ra
Estados Unidos.
Las becas en cuestin son
de Intercambio cultural ameri-
cano-japons. Se espera que po-
drn enviarse a los Estados U-
nidos quinientos estudiantes, de
ambos sexos, que son seleccio-
nados entre un total de diez
mil. Partirn para California en
julio prximo.
La lista incluye a los hijos
de muchos funcionarlos pbli-
cos japoneses. Uno de los es-
tudiantes es hijo de un prin-
cipe. El ms viejo de los estu-
diantes es un doctor en me-
dicina, de treinta y nueve aos
de edad, especializado en tu-
berculosis, quien desea ampliar
sus cooncimlentos en esta ma-
teria.
estudiar la cuestin de acuerdo
con la sugestlon hecha en oc-
tubre por el Presidente Truman
de que la labor de las dos co-
misiones "podra vitalizarse si
se lleva a cabo" en el futuro por
medio de una nueva comisin
consolidada de desarme"-
La Comisin de Energa At-
mica, creada en 1946. suspenui
sus labores debido a diferencia1:
RED PANAMERICANA
firrelos
meiores. orooiw*
Grave escasez de dlares que
provocar un caos econmico
puede producirse en Europa
fundamentales entre las propo-
siciones soviticas y el plan de
control aprobado por la majo-
ra. La Comisin de la ONU w
bre Armamentos Convenciona-
les qued sin efecto cuando la
Unin Sovitica vet su prime:a
proposicin concreta: n plan
sobre un censo mundial de fuer-
zas armadas.
En su poslein formal, los Es-
tados Unidos sugieren que !<
nueva Comisin, al hacerse car
go de las funciones de los Jos
organismos existentes "constru-
ya sobre la obra ya realiza?."
por las dos comisiones. Esta
nueva comisin consistira d*
los once miembros del Consejo
de Seguridad y el Canad.
NUEVA YORK. Mayo 23 (UP<
Nelson Rockefeller, presiden-
te de la Oficina de Fomento in-
ternacional, advirti que purria
producirse de nuevo una esetuez
de dlares en Europa y regis-
trarse un caos econmico en las
zonas poco desarrolladas des-
pus de la actual emergencia, a
menos que se comience a po.;er
ni vigor ahora el programa de
fomento internacional.
Rockefeller,, en Un discurro
ante''1.50 personas asistem.:*
al a lmuerso celebrado con. mo-
tivo de la semana del comercio
internaaJonal, dijo que para e.-
vitar los peligros mencionadlos
ueben tomarse medidas para
mantener la produccin Inter-
nacional a un nivel proporcio-
nado con la proyectada expan-
sin de la produccin en Esta-
dos Unidos.
I Advirti que de otro modo la
economa internacional queja-
ra ms desequilibrada que nun-
ca, despus de la terminacin
del actual periodo de emer-
gencia.
i
Rockefeller advirti que "la
mano de obra barata en el inun
do ya no constituye una ame-
naza al obrero de los pases in-
dustrializados. Es el este, con el
uso de maquinarias moderns.'
%ue amenaza a la mano de ooia
Jarata extranjera'
Seal que India perdi su
mercado de cobre en Estados
Unidos porque los trabajadores
que solan recibir dos centavos
por hora comenzaron a recibir
posteriormente 60 centavos por
dia y "el precio de aquel pro-
ducto resultaba excesivo para el
mercado norteamericano".
ERA HIJA DEL MAL, Y A SU PASO LAS MAS BAJAS
PASIONES Y LOS MAS CRUELES INSTINTOS SE DES-
BORDABAN EN TORMENTOSOS ESPASMOS...
FLOR DE SANGRE
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En el Balboa habr
festival Argentino-
Panameo el sbado
La Asociacin Fraternidad In-
teramericana de Panam y su
filial, la Asociacin Fraternidad
Interamericana Femenina, han
invitado cordialmente .a todos
los miembros del Sindicato de
Periodistas de Panam, del Club
Ondas y del Sindicato de Ra-
dloperlodistas, Locutores y Si-
milares para que asistan al
Festival A r g e ntino-Panameo
que ofrece este sbado 26 de
mayo de 7 p.m. hasta las 5
a.m. en el Jardin Balboa como
justo homenaje al pueblo ar-
gentino.
Esa noche ser presentada al
pblico la Seorita Fraternidad
de 1951, la encantadora y gen-
til seorita Cordelia Urriola,
Reina de los Fraternizados Pa-
nameos, quien estar rodea-
da de todos sus subditos de las
provincias de Chirlqui, Bocas
del Toro, Veragua y Panam,
lugares donde la FIA y la FIAF
tienen captulos.
Un programa cultural se pre-
sentar esa noche y como a?
traccin se presentarn Ger-
mn Vergara, Tito Campbell y
Normlta Sinclair. La orquesta
de Pit Rlfkogel y la de Pabllto
Acosla, amenizarn continua-
mente de 7 p.m. 5 a.m. Va-
liosos premios sern otorga-
dos al pblico y esa noche del
28 el Jardn Balboa vestir sus
mejores galas para recibir la
enorme concurrencia que asis-
tir, ya que han sido solicita-
dos a la Fraternidad Interame-
ricana 340 tiquetes y 00 in-
vitaciones.
Ayud0aJUnorranas
1 tien almorranas mi eaaaaa
eomein. hemorragia, almomnat la-
terna o externa, no aura nn da maa
I "."tlf,*1 chln"l- n Jqco ""mi-
toa al Chm.ro,d principia a combatir
ju almorrana! S traa manera:
i. calma al dolor y la rometSn. Ayu-
encoger loa te t do adolorido* a
inflamado, t. Ayuda a clcatriiar Ua
"'"rana Irritad. Solicit al
Shinarvl* an va botica hoy mUma.
TOKIO, mayo 25. (UP). *-
Las tropas norteamericanas, en-
cabezadas por tanques, avan-
zaron a travs del rio Soyang,
tres millas dentro de territorio
de nor-Corea en una contra-
ofensiva general del 8o. Ejr-
cito.
Los refuerzos norteamerica-
nos continuaron pasando a
travs del Paralelo 38, abrien-
do ms y ms la brecha que
ha dividido a los ejrcitos co-
munistas en el frente central
oriental de Corea.
Se espera que los norteame-
ricanos capturen a Inje a .dos
millas al noreste de Soyang en
cuestin de horas. Inje fue a-
bandonado en manos comu-
nistas durante la segunda fase
de la ofensiva comunista la
semana pasada.
En todo el resto del frente
a travs de Corea, desde el
Mar Amarillo en el oeste al
Mar del Japn en el Este, las
fuerzas de las Naciones. Unidas
estaban persiguiendo a las tro-
pas comunistas bajo las rde-
nes del General Van Fleet de
"encontrar y matar al enemi-
go".
Las patrullas sur-coreanas
cruzaron el Paralelo 38 al nor-
oeste de Sel y otras unidades
aliadas se acercaban rpida-
mente a la frontera de antes
de la guerra que separa a Co-
rea del Sur de la Corea comu-
nista.
El General Van Fleet advir-
ti a sus tropas que no ce
detengan en el Paralelo para
darle oportunidad a los comu-
nistas de negociar una paz. Di-
jo Van Fleet: "El Paralelo 38
no tiene significado alguno en
la presente situacin tctica.
No significa nada para mi. El
Octavo Ejrcito avanzar hasta
donde pueda para perseguir al
enemigo. Tenemos intenciones
de explotar cualquier ventaja
para llevar a cabo nuestro ob-
jetivo: encontrar y matar al
enemigo".
He aqui el panorama de la
situacin en Corea, frente por
frente:
Frente Occidental: Las tropas
surcoreanaa cruzaron el'ro Im--
Jin al nor-oeste de Eel y en-
viaron patrullas a travs del
i Paralelo 38. Las fuerzas que a-
vanzaban a lo largo del cami-
no Uijongbu-Kumhwa, al nor-
este de Sel fueron demorados
en su avance por los campos
de minas.
Frente Central-Occidental:
Una poderosa fuerza blindada
y de infantera ocup a Chun-
chon esta maana sin oposi-
cl ny se dirigi hacia el Pa-
ralelo 38, ocho millas al Nor-
te. Las retaguardias comunis-
tas emboscaron al General C.
B. Ferenbaugh, comandante de
la 7a. Divisin norteamericana,
pero logr escapar ileso aunque
dos soldados que lo acompa-
aban fueron muertos.
Frente Central-Oriental: La
Segunda Divisin avanz por el
rio Soyang, tres millas al Nor-
te del Paralelo y avanzaron ha-
cia Inje a otras dos millas al
nor-este.
Frente Oriental: Las tropas
sur-coreanas y norte-america-
nas barrieron con los comunis-
tas que se encontraban en re-
tirada y que fueron atrapados
en un bolsn alrededor de Sok-
sa.
Estudiantes de escuela secun-
darias procedentes de diverjas
partes de lo- Estados Unidos en
su deseo de comprender el fun-
cionamiento de la Organizacin
de las Naciones Unidas, vi.suar.
con frecuencia los edificios de
esta lnstltuc.on en la ciudad de
Nueva York. Los estudiantes sa-
len particu.rmente impresio-
nados con .a presencia de ele-
mentos de d.stlntas razas y na-
cionalidades que integran la
Organizacin.
Vemos en esta fotografa a
un grupo de estudiantes de
Dayton, Ohio, en momentos en
banderas de los pases mlcnv
bro de la UNESCO.
DISCOS
45
R. P. M.
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Levantadas
Nocturnas
SI infra l*d. da levantada or-
turna*, dolor da espalda, dolor da
pierna*, perdida do vljor. nervlo!-
dad o debilidad, deba ayudar Innie-
diatament a la (landula Prstata
eon ROGRNA. Eata maravillo
medicina l haca aentlr ma Joven,
m fuerte y dormir. !n Interrup-
cin. Compra ROOKKA an au botica.
PREGUNTE
, Iff
i
EL RON MONTEZUMA
Sigue pagando B/. 100 00 Semanales
Para quitar
manchas, es
pini/hs barros
upecas?

jal*. AfUGcatia
&
Si e cierto que nuestro clima tropical exige una dieta pobre en grasas
de origen animal; y que para mantener nuestro cuerpo en mejor estado
de salud se debe cocinar con grasas vegetales?
StflnoUiTfl
ES PURA GRASA VEGETAL


t
J
El Sr. VINCENT SHERWOOD, recibe un cheque por B/ 100.00 que le entrega I
Adam Plicet al ganar con el nmero 3907 el 20 de Mayo el concurto MONTE- '
ZUMA. Aparece en la fotografa el Sr. Sal Villarreal O., Agente de renta del
RON MONTEZL'MA. La botella de MONTEZUMA favorecida con el premio fu
comprada en el Almacn Angelini.
EN CADA BOTELLA HAY UN BOLETO QUE JUEGA
DURANTE DIEZ SEMANA

.


AGINA CTTATRO
._
ft PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPE1WIENT1
SBADO, MATO M, 1*51
r-TTT-i i ni ,
EL JUZGAMIENTO DEL DOCTOR ARNULFO ARIAS M.
EL DR. ARIAS ENTRA A LA CMARA. La foto capt el Instante en que el Dr. Arnulfo
Arias, entraba al recinto de la Cmara escoltado por la oficialidad de la Polica Nacional, en
un momento de ran dramatismo, entre el rug ido de las barras.
LA MUJER PANAM
Plaia de Francia, a
de labor la Asamblea

El desfile de las mujeres panameas ruando se dirigan hacia la
[ntar guardia en espera del veredicto que dict despus de dies horas
letona!.
Libros puestos en circulacin
por la Biblioteca Nacional
La siguiente lidia de libros ha
Ido puesta en circulacin por
la Biolioteca Nacional:
Alain. Elias Canto a la tie-
rra chirican. e.4
Andreve, Guillermo Una
punta del velo, e.7
Andreve. Guillermo La
sombra del arco, e.6.7.
Aristteles La poltica, e.3
ayard, Emilio Los grandes
maestros del arte, e.l
Benedetti, Catalina G. de
Apuntes de religin: desarrollo
del programa de religin en las
escuelas secundarlas del Go-
bierno. e.4
Cano. Miguel, e.l
Castillero R. Ernesto J.
Parnaso escolar, e.6
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel
de Novelas ejemplares, e.l,
2. 3. 4. i
- Crommelynck. Femad El
estupendo cornudo; farsa en 3
actos, e.6
Darquea. Ricardo Eloy Al-
faro; estudio biogrfico pre-
miado. e.2
De Kruif. Paul Los caza-
dores de microbios. 2 ej.
Goldwater. Robert Comp.
Artists on art, e.l
Goyta, Vctor Florencio El
liberalismo y la constitucin,
UO
Guia comercial, industrial,
profesional, clasificada de Pa-
nam. e.5, 6. 7, 8.
Lefevre, Jos E. Sobre pa-
tologa del genio, e.ll
Malet. Alberto La poca
contempornea, e.2
Mallea. Eduardo Historia
de una pasin argentina, e.3
Maquiavelo. N1 c o 1 s El
principe
Martnez Sierra, Gregorio
Cartas a las mujeres de Espa-
a, e.l
McColvln. Lionel R. El ser-
?llco de extensin bibliotecaria
en la biblioteca Dblica. e.3
Mira y Lpez Emilio Ma-
nual de orientacin profesional.
M
Morales. Eusebio A. Ensa-
yos, documentos y discursos, ti.
e.7
Moscote. Rafael Aspectos
de la civilizacin occidental, e.ll
Nadal, Santiago Las cua-
tro mujeres de Felipe n. e.l
Ors y Rovlra. Eugenio D.
Poussin y el Greco, e.2
Palacio Valds, Armando
La aldea perdida, e.l
Panam. Biblioteca Naciona
La biblioteca nacional de
Panam: su origen, su Inau-
guracin y su futuro, e.8
Panam. Constitucin La
reforma constitucional, e.5
Panam. Cultura v Publica-
ciones. Punto 'e Llanto y Ar-
eolris. e.4
Panam. Instruccin Pblica
la escuela profesional, e.10
Panam. Leyes, Estatutos, etc.
Ley 39 (de 19 de Sep. de
19461. e.5
Panam. Leyes, Estatutos, etc.
Ley 89 i de lo. de julio de
1941) orgnica de educacin, e.6
Panam. Universidad Nacio-
nal Sobre la retoma tribu-
taria (del Informe Lelandi, e.7
Perelra. Bonifacio Historia
general de Panam, e.4
Quijano y Hernndez, edits.
Antologa panamea; verso
y prosa, e.5
Rada y Delgado, Juan de Dios
de la Mujeres clebres de
Espaa y Portugal, e.4
Rangel M. Carlos Historia
del Cuerpo de Bomberos de Pa-
nam, e.6
Regli. Adolfo Log Mayo,
pioneers de la medicina, e.l
Ricci. Francisco Derecho
civil terico y prctico, 2.20, e.l
Sarmiento. Domingo Fausti-
no Facundo, e.l
Speed, Harold La prcti-
ca y la ciencia del dibujo, e.l
Stendhal, seud Armrtela o
algunas escenas de saln en
Paris en 1827. e.2
Stevenson, Roberto Luis La
isla del tesoro, e.3
Stone, Enriqueta Beecher
La cabana del to Tom, e.l
Tejeira. Otilia Arosemena de
Aritmtica del nio; IV gra-
do. e.7
Unamuno. Migue^ Nleblo. e.3
Villalaz, Nicanor La Real
Academia Espaola v sus ad-
vertencias; crtica, e.7, ft. 9.
Biblioteca Nacional
Nuevo horario al pblico
Lunes a viernes: 10 a.m.
1 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 p.m.
Sbado: 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
Domingos: No hay servicio
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
Panam, mayo 28 de 1951.
Sr. Director:
El aeor Mario Cont Fer-
nndez declar ante la Comi-
sin Investigadora de la Asam-
blea Nacional, que yo era uno
de sus colectores del 5 por cien-
to en el Ministerio de Gobierno
y Justicia. Ello es absolutamen-
te falso, pues jams he sido
colector de la cuota poltica.
Los empleados del Ministerio
son los mejores testigos de que
yo no he sido recaudador de
tal cuota, ni como comisiona-
do especial ni como agente del
seor Mario Cont o de otra
persona.
El seor Cont deberla tener
la suficiente entereza de carc-
ter para afrontar su situacin
sin tratar de echar lodo sobre
personas que como yo, hemos
vivido pobremente, pero con la
mayor honestidad.
Tengo un apellido que defen-
der y por ello siempre me he
cuidado de no delinquir ni co-
meter actos Indecorosos. Que el
seor Mario Cont Fernndez
asuma su propia responsabili-
dad como hombre.
Del seor Director muy aten-
tamente,
Antonio Donato M..
Comisionado de Correccin.
AVISO
Aviso al comercio y al p-
blico en general que por Es-
critura Publica No. 892. de 17
de Mayo de 1951, adquir por
compra del seor Jos de la
Cruz Zarate, el estableci-
miento comercial de abarro-
tera y refresquera "COMI-
SARIATO ATLA8". situado
en Calle Jernimo de la Ossa,
casa No. 10, de esta ciudad.
Panam, Mayo 17 de 1951.
Rosa Maria Denis Herrera
Od. 47-62963
LA MUCHEDUMBRE EN LA PLAZA DE FRANCIA. He aqu un aspecto de les millares de
personas que permanecieron por ms de die horas en la Plaza de Francia en espera del ve-
redicto de la Asamblea Nacional.
EL DR. ARNULFO ARIAS ESCUCHA LA SENTENCIA.. Con
Arias strue la lectura del texto de la sentencia que dict la
el recinto legislativo se encuentra lleno de pblico. _____
gran atencin l Dr. Arnulfo
Asamblea Nacional, mientras
Terroristas Trataron De
Incendiar El Parlamento
En La Capital De Israel
TEL AVIV. Mayo 19 (SE). Un del da de hoy la polieja ha rea-
grupo de terroristas de la secta | lizado una "activa Investigacin
"Hermanos del Islam" y de la y procedi a la detencin de va-
secta "Nature Kara" trat de in-
cendiar el parlamento de Israel.
Los terroristas lograron pren-
der fuego al edificio por varios
puntos, pero las llamas fueron
dominadas por la rpida Inter-
vencin de los bomberos y poli-
ciales. Los daos son poco im-
portantes.
Durante toda la noche y parte
rias decenas de personas consi-
deradas como sospechosas.
Fu descubierto igualmente un
depsito clandestino de armas y
abundante material de propa-
ganda para incitar a la revuel-
ta, as como hojas volantes con
amenazas a los miembros del go-
bierno.
CRUEL, SANGUINARIA, SENSUAL Y FASCINADORA...
FLOR DE SANGRE
(PROHIBIDA PARA MENORES)
PRONTO VARIEDADES
Los Gigantes bajan
al negro A. Wilson
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 28. (8
E. Los Gigantes de Nueva
York anunciaron hoy que haban
comprado al Jardinero negro
Willie Mays al Mneapolls de la
Asociacin Americana, y hablan
mandado a Artie Wilson al Ota-
wa, de la Liga Internacional.
Mays tiene 20 aos de edad y
estaba bateando hasta el mo-
mento de su compra un "avera-
Et" de .477 en 35 Juegos en que
abia aparecido con el Minea-
polis. Habla pegado 18 dobles. S
triples y 8 cuadranglares, em-
pujando 31 carreras. El manager
de los Gigantes, Leo Durocher,
manifest que Mays ser puesto
en accin en seguida patrullando
el bosque central en Philadelfla
esta noche.
&r>
- con -
CHARLES BOYER
LINDA DARNELL
MICHAEL RENNIE
CONSTANCE SMITH
"Cartas
Venenosas"
(THE UTH LETTER)
La Calumnia en letras ponzoosas..", as-
truy vidas y honor:... El drama de In-
trigas ms desconcertante y original...!
JUEVES EN EL TEATRO LUX
A un rolonenge desean
de Gobernador en Coln
COLON. Mayo 26. (Corres-
ponsal D. R. Tello). La ciuda-
dana coloriense desea que, para
el bienestar y progreso de esta
provincia, se escoja para Gober-
nador a un colonense o a una
persona que se haya preocupado
por el adelanto de esta comuni-
dad.
Adems de sto, se exige que
para tal cargo se escoja a una
persona de principios Ideolgi-
cos y no a un apoltico que bai-
le al son de la pandereta.
"EL PUEBLO ME JUZGARA". Se recoge aqu el Instante
dramtico en que el Dr. Arnulfo Arlas hizo uso de la palabra,
y manifest que se le haba jusgado por un tribunal poltico
y que el pueblo lo Juzgara.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Preposicin.
4Ajustado, exacto, Inv.
9Nosotros.
12Altar.
13Moral.
14Afresis de ahora.
15Plantas hortenses.
17Ro de Asturias.
19Hijo de Adn y Eva.
20 Del verbo citar.
21Toma medidas.
23Llevar a cabo.
27Deidad pagana.
29Adis.
ONota musical.
31Nmero.
32Inventor de la dinamita.
34Dios de lps rebaos.
35Contraccin.
36Cabello.
37Brbaro Invasor de Europa.
39 Que tiene soberana.
42Ala sin plumas.
43Palo de la baraja espaola.
44Espacio breve de tiempo.
46Rimeros.
48Cajones de ciertos muebles.
51Adverbio de lugar.
52Deja fuera.
54Autillo.
55Nota musical.
56Del verbo salir.
57Cloruro de sodio.
VERTICALES:
1Una pareja.
2Reza.
3Das de la semana.
4Suave, dulce.
5Atol.
6 Indica repeticin.
7Accin Catlica, Inic.
BNombre de la estrella Sirio
en el Can mayor. ,
9Parte anterior del pie
10Metal .precioso.
11Apcope de santo,
16Personaje bblico.
18 Camino o va, Inv.
20Alimente o engorde
animales.
21Rey de Frigia.
22Igual al 27 horizontal.
24Materia para limpiar
25Del verbo arai.
26Famoso historiador francg,
2VGravosos.
33En el mar, Pl.
34Conductor.
36Conjuncio.i. ,
38Exclamacin.
40Frenillo que se pone a lot
perros para que no muer-
dan.
41Demente.
45Animales con plumas
46 Adverbio de cantidad.
47rbol leguminoso.
48Nombre de varn.
4BAmarra.
50Nota musical.
53Repetido, ser querido.
in itiiim nr \TT.
'.lia [! JNH1 aiif.)
iH'iisiMinfaf^Riaiisisira
acia!] un a
UUJ&11J iJLl.l'l'inri
LiPiJ ajan -i?.i>i:-
!i>j.:j!;ii;.'jn-l *J i>lt-
HdLliJU'JlUtf'.iJ!JkJ'.ll
j isijaaj jlij
El "Aviso Oportuno'
"El Mercado Sin faua!"
RECUERDE. Slo hay un
Embotellado per
DIERS & ULLRICH, S. A.
(Estableados en 1903)
La Etiqueta de Diers & Ullrich et Su Mejor Garanta de Calidad.
PANAMA COLON
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de Bl 583,000,000.00
Transacciones Sanearas en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOIAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
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SBADO, MATO 26, 1951
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDIPBNDIBNTt
PAU1NA CIRCO
.o.
Informes par* esta seccin te reciben en la
Redaccin Social
laccin ^Jocia
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono S-Sl HORAS: I:** II:H a..
Aoartsdo 114
Recibo en te Embajada da
Espaa
Maana domingo a las 3:50
pm. 8. E. el Embajador de E-
p-fta y la Oondaia de Rbugo
tendrn el placer de recibir en
00*-........
l(*"Los grasos ceden
y el cueis se repone
con ti tratamiento del
JABN Y UNGENTO
la sede de te Embajada a 1j
r.Uembros de la colonia svt>
/iol Que deseen saludarlos.
Buffet
El Secretario de te Embaja-
da de los Estados Unidos, seor
*t
Wtada
Prote VapoRub en el
cuello y cbralo coa
1 franela caliente. Su doble
accin de cataplasma y
vaporn, ayuda a calmar
le membranas Irritadas.
ADQUIERA TODO LO QUE NECESITE
PARA SU HOGAR EN
CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
Juegos de CUBIERTOS.
LAMPARAS de pie y de
mesa.
OLLAS de prisin
"Ttmpo".
y muchos artculos ms!

r
Avnida Cmtral 91
U CAfDA DEL PELO
N SECURA PRONTO /SEGURO
DSfRIJYF LA CASPA -
- HACE CRECER L CABELLO
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
NACI N 1820-
S/GUE TAN CAMfANTl
J*h> Wdw tt Sene Ud., Seek* Wkiiky
DittUr,, KtWrnee*. 5eettend.
Visite el CANADA
**PARASO NORTEAMERICANO
EN DONDE- PASAR SUS VACACIONES
C* star ea *n pontee, de vacaciones, con mil cota* que ver y
acor! Eso es el Cnida! En los cmodos coches del tren Canadisn
Pacic, usted pasa por algunos de los mas extraordinarios paisajes del
mundo .. visita dos de los mis famosos balnearios del mundo en Banff
y en el Lago Louise, en las Rocosas Canadienses. Y al llegar a la costa
del Pacifico, usted puede tomar uno de los lujosos vaporea de la Canadian
Pacific y dirigirse a Alaska por U admirable ruta del Pasaje Interior.
?*** c*" fmtM* mantiene balnearios y hoteles en donde
usted puede pasar sus vacaciones en los ms conocidos centros de recreo
asedo el Canad. En el fantstico y anticuado Quebec usted puede
hospedarse en el famoso Chateau Frontenac. lugar rodeado de parajes
historeos y famosos santuarios religiosos. En Victoria, B. C. los jardines
del Hotel Empresa son maravillas que vale la pena ver. Adondequiera
que vaya, el servicio del Canadian Pacific se distingue por su extremada
solicitud y coitesii. |No deje de venir!
ta*a(Sia\jafa
st> tm mjtMt efe rti/H, a
rarrts a/ foWr Trmffic
I riiinijj)...... HWu
| MMMwroKMi
Albert E. Carter y Sra. ofre-
cieron el viernes un buffet e.1
su residencia. Un grupo de sus
amistades fu Invitado a este a-
gasajo.
Cocktail y Buffet Bailable
Maana como todos los do-
mingos, tendr lugar en el ho-
tel El Panama desde tes 4 pm.
un cocktail bailable, y luego
isdf! las 7 p.m. ser servido el
buffet.
Par Europa
Deshelamos atentamenLe a 8.
L\ el Ministro de Oran Bretaa,
tenor Eric Arthur Cleugh, quien
oigue hoy para Londres en don-
de pasar una temporada visi-
tando a tus familiares.
Despus de haber residido du-'
rante varios anos en Panam,
.egresan hoy a Inglaterra el
Consul General de Oran B:t>
Laa en Panam, Sr. A. H. Ash-
ton y Sra. Los despedimos cor-
dialmente.
Para Sur Amrica
Despedlms al seor Jorce
Garcs, quien regres hoy a Ca-
li, despus de haber pasado va-
rios das en nuestra capital, en
viaje de negocios
Para Nicaragua
Sigui ayer para Nicaragua
por la va area el Lie. Eduaido
V aids. Lo despedimos.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos al joven Federico
Humbert Jr. quien sigue kv
para los Estaods Unidos, con el
fia de continuar sus estudios
superiores.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
3aludamoa atentamente al Sr.
tancLs E. Escoffery y Sra. EI na V. de Escoffery, quienes cun
olen hoy aos de casados.
Celebran en esta fecha el -
reversarlo do su matrimonio el
br. Alejandro Duque y Seora
Carmen Amlnta V. de Duque.
Lo* saludamos.
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos ai
8>vior luis Estenoz. quien sufre
quebrantos de Salud en la Cl-
nica San Fernando.
Restablecido
Anotamos complacidos 1 res-
tablecimiento de la Seora A-
nuJida O. de Thayer quien *s-
tuvo durante varios las reclui-
da en su residencia por mclvo
de salud.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Ana 1. de Bilonlcit
Sra- Teodolinda B. de Lpr/,
Sra. Teresa H. de Mndez
Srta. Yolanda Daz
Doctor Gilberto Arias
Seor Osvaldo E, Maduro
Seor Octavio Garete Fbreg?
Nia Marlbel Foncesa Lope,.
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Luz O. de Mndez
Sra, Fina V. de Tart '
Srta. Mar lain Pbrega V.n
tier Hans
Dr. Luis Carlos Alemn
Sr. Francisco Lpez Fbreja
Seor Alfonso H- Brid
Nio Antonio Ignacio Pare-
des Villegas.
Red Panamericana
llnelos
mefores programas
La Tos del Asma
y Ahogo.Aliviados
En pono tiempo la nueva prescrlpciftn
Miniase comlensa a elreular an la
aangr* aliviando lee Hpumoi y aho-
(oa dal Aema y Bronquitis. En poca
3o Jff Poae dormir Men respi-
rando libre y Jellsasnts. Mendaeo
deba aliviarlo, On euande eu mal sea,
antiguo porque disuelva y remueva
l flema y raeeea que enrenanabaa
ni omitame, mlaaWn su eaercta.
arruinaban en Balad y lo hartan Tarea
t sentirse prematuramente viejo,
ndaco tiene, Unto alto que d
loa pacientes respiracin Ubre y fcil
i hora, di Mandase aa cual-
quier (erauela Soy rol,mo y
bien que dormir ata noche y
Mendaeo
vea lo
cunto
mejor ae
estira
mafiaaa,
Cs-ial I "
Per qu Rusia no atacar
e.to ao
Avateref; ftutie empoz yo a atoviliser;
'ociano pea, es*6 disporsoaela sus **-
brice*, preperaode la) f uerra Haches:
lusie est preparada, m liar ea
>m solStso, m rasar le patencia
nertoeesencona en beaobot olmicos.
Iluiia teadr patrese pera invadir
Europa eotldoaral, aero asa tendra
pitile* y cewnnieaslonoe pole obte-
ner ) eeataja del felpe lele*), Par
qe le feharlare eeeta eeasa eewctw,
Im, eeeae y e'rea aleaseases, aa
fluerro ce* leledss Ualdei O laelata-
rro? Per o, si Stella es kitellfeata,
desistir da aieaaw ae I MI. Wtm
SELECCIONES da hiaie, que wli ye,
y leer de 29 nisalea de actua-
lidad e nteres y al rasvatea de dee
jenioeonolei libros recin puMIessdas:
"Vida da se obrara aarteaeierkono'
y "H criase* de le Reta 117."
GACETILLAS
Universitarias
a R 2). m
En nuestra columna apareci-
da ayer en eate diarlo, cometi-
mos un error, Involuntario de
nuestra parte, sin querer herir
susceptibilidades, pues nuestra
columna que est abierta para
todos los profesionales de 1a
enseanza, nunca ser encausa-
da por senderos torcidos. Nues-
tra crnica de ayer fue dedi-
cada al galeno y maestro dis-
tinguido, Dr. Juan M. Herrera,
catedrtico de histologa de la
Facultad de Medicina. AJ pre-
sentarlo cometimos un error y
gustoso lo rectificamos.
El doctor Herrera na enviado
te rectificacin redactada en
los siguientes trminos:
Panam, 25 de mayo de 1951
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Muy distinguido seor mi:
Ruego a usted se sirva dar
cabida en el diario de su dlc;-
qa direccin a 1a siguiente rec-
tlflcacln de noticia1 apareci-
da el dia 28 de mayo de 1951,
en la seccin "Gacetillas Uni-
versitarias" por R.D.M., en la
qua se me haca aparecer como
Catedrtico de Histologa de te
Universidad de Madrid.
En dicha Facultad y por un
periodo de cinco aos he Im-
partido enseanzas como Pro-
fesor Auxiliar en la citada C-
tedra de la que era profesor
titular mi maestro el profesor
Dr. J. Francisco Tello.
Mi puesto como catedrtico
por oposicin de Histologa Nor-
mal y Anatoma Patolgica co-
rresponde a te Facultad de Me-
dicina de Cdiz, dependiente de
te universidad de Sevilla, pues-
to del qua fui separado por
la Urania que aherroja a Es-
paa, en virtud de mi afeccin
y lealtad al Legitimo Gobierno
de la Repblica Espaola.
Enemigo ds vestir cqn galas
que no me corresponden y cre-
yndome bastante honrado con
las que legtimamente me per-
tenecen, le suplico se sirva dar
acogida satisfactoria a esta rec-
tificacin.
Dndole las gracias anticipa-
das, queda de Ud. Atto. y a-
fectslmo S. 9..
q. e. s. di.
Dr. Juan Miguel Herrera
CTTMPLEAftOS
l/\Jo h gustaran mejor las sabrosas
habichuelas timas BIRDS EYE?
N* haxy deepardicla. f^K^Z
Usted sin solamente
por lo que conaiuna.
Sopa
UPTON
i'pTON

Pollo y Fideos y Tmale y Vegetales
Sabrosa Econmica Nutritiva
PRODUCTO NUEVO
Helados Concentrados "Upton Frostee"
:*' '--j
en Sopa de Vegetales a^MU
Hay ms do una docena de vegetales diferentes en te
Sopa de Vegetales Campbell's: jugosos tomates, dora-
do maix, tiernos guisantes, habichuelas verdes, habas,
papas, apio, quimbomb, batatas y otras legumbres,
cada una de las cuales contribuye a darle buen sabor.
Combinados todos ellos con esldo de carne hscen
de esta nutritiva sopa "casi una comida completa."
Compre hoy mismo ..
OPA DI VIGITALIS
VIGITAeUI SOUP
CONOENSADA, SINBE DOSIE IXIJA IA ITIOUITA SOJA V SIANCA
HERMINIA LOPEZ BLANCO
Encantadora chiquitna, hija
de nuestros apreciado, amigos
don Alvar Leos' y doa Her-
minia B. do Lpos, quienes con
motivo del cumpleaos io so
primognita ofrecern el da
de maana nn "piata" en sn
residencia ds "El Cangrejo'' a
te cual han sido invitados nn
numeroso trapo de las amista-
des de la pequea agasajada.
Para Hrminita nuestras cor-
diales felicitaciones y nuestros
votos per qne sus vida este
siempre llena de toda clase de
feUcidades.
RadTO
PANAMERICANA
IIO Y SBADO
P.M.
3: SO Ritmos norteamericanos
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Myrta Silva
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Rumbas variadas
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Msica variada
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos bailables
6:30 Canciones favoritas
7:00 La Orquesta de Hoy
7:15 Cantares de Espaa
7:30 El Dlcdromo del Aire
7:45 Solos de piano
8.00 Msica Latinoamericana
8:30 Bailables panamericanos
9:00 La Corte de Faran
zarzuela
9:45 El Favorito de Hoy
10:00 El Radio Teatro
de Amrica
10:30 Variedad musical
11:00 Msica sin palabras
11:80 Cancionero nocturnal
12:00 Buenas noches
"Flor de Sangre," extraordinaria
produccin que se presenta el
Jueves prximo en el Variedades
/
A.M.
DOMINGO
8:00 Buenos das
8:08 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
8:30 Msica de saln
1:45 Ritmos nortsamtricanoj
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 Concierto Matinal
10:00 Mslea venezolana
10:15 Cantares de Mxico
10:30 Cancionero de la maana
11:00 Sorteo de Hoy
Lotera Nacional
11:15 Favorito. Rosa Marta
11:30 Aires colombianos
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de saln
P.M.
12:11 Boleros variados
12:30 Intermedio musical
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Por Eduardo Molino
1:00 Espaoleras
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Estampas mexicanas
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera
Esther Fernndez, Vctor Jun-
co y Domingo Soler interpreta-
ron los estelares de esta cinta
estrictamente prohibida para
menores.
El cine francs siempre ha
sobresalido por la absoluta sin-
ceridad y realismo d mas, por la audacia en la rea-
lizacin de los mismos y por
la absoluta fidelidad en la in-
terpretacin de los artistas. A-
hora, el cine mexicano nos o-
rece una obra por el estilo, que
Inaugura una nueva poca...
"Flor de Sangre", pelcula atre-
vida, profunda, humana, sin
falsos velos ni pudores...
"Flor de Sangre" es un gi-
rn de la vida misma... Un
girn doliente y sangriento;
una pgina pasional en donde
la casualidad, los vicios y tes
virtudes se amalgaman en som-
bras tonalidades, en donde el
bien y el mal pierden su va-
lor para hacer resaltar la fuer-
za de la carne y de los ba.o*
Instintos que predominan en el
mundo actual.
Flor de Sangre lo har vi-
brar con su poderoso impac-
to dramtico, porque su drama
reside en te simplicidad de su
audacia... Flor de Sangre lo
har vivir horas de angustiosos
deleites, porque el placer co-
mienza donde termina te con-
ciencia... Flor de Sangre lo
har pensar y meditar, porque
contemplar el mal sin revol-
carse en l aquilata el inte-
lecto.
Flor de Sangre, electrizante
y dinmica, no debe ser vista
por las almas timoratas, ni pbr
los puritanos ni por aquellos
que evaden las emociones fuer-
tes. Esta pelcula Interpretada
magistralmente por Esther Fer-
nndez, Vctor Junco y Domin-
go Soler ha sido estrictamente
prohibida para menores por la
Censura Oficial.
CREL^AoUWARLAJWssUA^f^A^^
FLOR DE SANGRE
(PROHIBIDA PARA MENORES)
PRONTO VARIEDADES
polvos "HICRONIZ AD0S
oe COTY
Alta Prisin Sangu ne a
SI la Alta. Presin Sanrulneo le
eaviea mareos, dolorea en el eoraada,
oleres de cbese, Stflcultae para
respirar, tnalaestloa. pslpltaxienee y
tsbitlea Inflamadas. Ud. puede loarar
alivia aael tMtaaUnao de atee sn-
tomas petlaToaoa een HTNOX. Pida
HTNOX en eii farmacia farorita hoy
Hoses y a* aentlr aJIee rada Joree
teatro da peeoe dlaa.
Distribuidores:
CA. CYRNOS, S. A.
Tels. 2-1791 2-1792
rV JABOHMSAUIDUmW(SALVA\rtM)
Al lavaree con Jabn de Salud Lifebuoy (Salvavida)
su cuerpo se sentir fresco durante la totalidad del
da. Su profundamente limpiadora espuma en
realidad hace clesaparecer el agotamiento y con-
serva su frescor por espacio de ms tiempo. No se
olvide de guardar una pastilla de Jabn de Salud
Lifebuoy (Salvavida) a manopara conservarse
fresca durante todo el dia.
PARA FRESCOR PERSONAL CONSTANTE
auar e;s-iuo-ss


ACilNA SUM
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDKFENIENTE
SBADO. MATO 26, 1951
I !
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:

Mnimo por
J5 palabras.
3* por rodo .
palabra adiciono
SE VENDE
Miscelnea!
SERVICIO LEWIS
4. Tlvell Me. 4
KM)SKU DE LESSEPi
rir^ar Se
Pana mi
NOVEDADES MORRISON
A. de Ian*
TeL l-*MI
BOTICA CAKLTON
Ate MeltlUei ll.Ue
Tel 1 Chlo*.
SALN DB BELLEZA AMaWlCANO
CaU* u oif Re. H
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calk "" Na II rnaau
Caaual 12-17* Calar
7-------Ti,
APROVECHE:Pintura! V ettuiltas
extro brillantes o pruebo de mcho.
B 3.25 goln. Almocenei Tropidu-
SI VENDEN:CarM. tubera ara.
acara acanalada, Fi-Tas (cartea
atloder a aro dalas ratas) made-
ras, lavemaees. eacusastaa. ate. a
las precie* mas baja* en lesa.
AQINCIAS GLOBALE5. Via Isee-
a. Hateada a Jaaa Franca. Tai
3-1503________________________
StTvENCE: Incubodor tactnco
Tel 3-C255.______________
Vendemos sacos usodos de henequn.
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N.
S. A. Fabrico de Mosaicos, Ave
Cubo No. 8.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
SE VENDE:Aborroterio "Lo Buga-
bea" -No. 2. Colle 19 Oeste No.
7, buena clientela. Informes Ave.
Ancn No. 50 (Aborroter Bugo-
berW'J.
Ver.demos y cortamos vidrios d* to-
dos tomnos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N S. A. Fbrica de
Mosoicos, Ave. Cubo No. 8._____
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plistico. pego de todo contra to-
cto. CA DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fbrica de Mosoicos.
Ave. Cubo No. 8._____________
SE VENDE:Suministro poro acua-
rio, pececitos y plontos. Vio Es-
paa No. I I frente estoblos Juon
Franco. Tel. 3-4132.___________
SE VENDE:Meso grande modero.
14 pies por 5. poro toller, eba-
nistera, sastrera, colchonera, lo-
picero. B.35.00. Patterson, 36
Erte No. M.____________________
Acabamos de recibir cemento blan-
co paro la venta. Ca. D. Noriega
. S. A. Pasadena, No. 15, Tel. 3-
0260.___________________________
SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje: Re-
frigeradora 7 pies, en marcha, B.
40. radio consola RCA, 9 tubos B.
40. mesa y 3 sillas comedor, B.10.
dos lmparos pie B.5. mesa escri-
torio v lmpara B.10, gabinete de
cocina. B.10, vanos linleos coda
uno B.4, batera, cocina aluminio
y otros artculos. 2 springs Sim-
mons con sus colchones cada uno
B 1 2 00. Vista Hermoso "LA MA-
SA."
SE VENDE:Almacn en la Aveni-
do Central con muy bueno eosl-
ein. Se aceptan depsitos del Bon-
co Fiduciario. Llame al Tel. 2-
3817.____________________
SE VENDE: Por motivo de vio je.
cantina Los Aliados, colle H No.
12. Informes en lo mismo.
SE VENDE: Cuotro aportomentos
moblados cerco playo en Seaclitt
Acres, con 3,500 metros de terre
no, alto y a nivel, cguo y electri-
cidad. NADA MAS 1.6.500. PA-
GARA POR SI SOLA DENTRO DE
5 ANOS. Llame POSEY, Balboa,
2698.
SE NECESITA
Domestico*
SE NECESITA:Niero con expe-
riencia y recomendacin. Buen
sueldo. Para informes, olmocn de
v calzados La Aurora, Avenido Cen-
tral 66. Tel. 2-2379. Ponam.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera y
buenas recomendaciones. Que viva
en la casa. Buen sueldo. Ocrrase
colle 31 No. 38.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Pick-up morco Lo Salle
y Packard Sedan modelo 1938.
Taller Sabanas. Buen precio.
Si est interesado en un turn carra
yte-o. vena* n. AGENCIA NASH
y WILLYS.
Varia modelos y mercas diferentes
d* ,l*i cual** icoaer.
PAGO INICIAL BAJO
FACILIDADES DE PAGO
Antas de esmerar v*a la que ofr*c-
mei.
CIA. CYRNOS S. A.
Una cuadre del cruce TiveK
SE VENDE: Por motivo de vioje
Oldsmcbile 1939, 4 puertas, 6
cilindros. En perfectas condiciones.
Llantas nuevas. Valo y haga su
oferto. Tel. 3-3756. Aquilino de
la Guardia No. 27,
SE NECESITA:Muchacho 12 a 14
aos pora ayudar oficios dotns-
ticos. Colle 50 No. 10.__________
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
cocinar. Calle 50 (Jos de San
Martn) No, 10.
SE VENDE: Motivo viole. Dodge
49 "Kmgswoy" coupe, color ne-
gro, excelentes condiciones cor
llontas blancos, 12.000 millas.
Para informes Calle H, No. 33,
Apto. No. 3, bajos. Domingo de
1 :00 p. m. o 4:00 p. m.
GANGA! Motivo viaj. vendo Ply-
mouth 49 y Kaiser 49, ambos en
perfectas condiciones. Tambin
concretera Kohenng Dandi*. Tel.
2-2064.
SE NECESITA:Una empleodo. De-
be dormir en el empleo. Colle Do-
rin 4, Apto. 1 (frente Jardn Bal-
boa,/.
MISCELANEAc;
Radie *xart*. arUienede: A|usto
receptores con precisin. Sin asar
instrumente!." Enve $1.00 erv
corto certificado a Agencia Gis-
come. Aportado 3124 Ponom.
Tal 2-0856.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Espaciosa residencia,
completomente amoblado, en lote
de 1.600 metros, alrededor da I,
00 metros de csped y jordin. 3
recmaras con dos baos. 2 ha-
bitaciones para el servicio, con su
correspondiente bao; cocino
grande, desayunador; vestbulo;
comedor, sala, oficina; garage y
dos terrozas, situado entre Paitillo
y el Club de Golf. Pueda ocupar-
se por un ao o ms tiempo y es-
tar listo al lo. da Junio. Tel. 3-
0255.
SE ALQUILA: Chalet completa-
mente amoblado. B. 150.00. Lla-
mar al Tel. 3-2541.
Noticiero sobre
el juicio del Dr.
Arias habr hoy
Como un servicio especial del
"Noticiero Panam", se presen-
tar esta noche en el Teatro
Preaidente junto con la tanda
regular un noticiero que reco-
ge los momentos ms intere-
santes de la audiencia que la
Asamblea Nacional constituida
en rgano judicial realiz para
Juzgar al doctor Arnulfo Arlas,
por extralimitacin de funcio-
nes y que culmin con su con-
tara. Ksta noticia ha suscitado
Ema Inters en el pblico, va
#t*a ss Tin suceso de suma im-
portancia en nuestra historia y
que despert grandsimo nteres
en toda la Amrica.
MAS DE
fladi que de ellas, un 25 por
ciento son muertos en accio-
nes de guerra.
Bajas no debidas a accione
de guerra, incluvendo enfermos
y heridos. 138,880.
Prisioneros de guerra, 150 -
075
Bajas norteamericanas desde
el comienzo de la guerra has-
ta el 18 de mavo ltimo. 66,816.
Todas fueron de combate.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo competen-
te paro oficios domsticos. Debe
dormir *n coso. Aplique despus
de 6 p. m. edificio Charles, Calle
Ricardo Arios, apartamento 2,
Campo Alegre.
SE VENDE:Mercury 1951, 4 puer-
tos, llontas blancas, 5,000 millas,
recin pintado, cubre-asientos y
porte interior de Nylon. 2.600.00.
Navy 31 21.______________
SE VENDE:2 chivos Dodge 1941.
B.400.00, Chevrolet 1940, B.325.
00. Ave. A o. 119, cuarto 5. Pre-
gunte Checa.
SE NECESITA: Empleod para el
servicio. Debe traer recomenda-
cin. Ave. Federico Boyd No. 29.
S NECESITAEmpleod competent*
que sepa planchar y cocinar, pora
dos personos, si no sabe que no se
prsente, buen sueldo, hay qu*
dormir en el empleo. Call* A-6
No. 22.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS moi- amarillo o 9.4.-
00 qq. El Molino Criollo, Panom.
SE COMPRA:Al contodo. Estompi-
llas postales de cualquier pas.
Cualquier cantidad. Escriba al
apartado 2862, Cristbal.
iE ALQUILAN:Exclusivamente pa-
ro Oftcinoi tocles cntrico* en tos
altos d* Avenido Central 44 o
precio* mdico* Solicitan inter-
nao on en Almacenas 5 10 con-
tuvo*.
SE ALQUILA:O Venda. Letal es-
aacie** can bancas da primare
para mercede. Si la interese haae
su ereaaeste e la* telefonee 3-
0331 a 2-3333.
SE ALQUIL/a:Local para oficina,
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Planto bojo, entera
o en portes, pora depsito, ofici-
nas. Informes Calle' Carlos A.
Mendozo No. 66.
f.\OJ\%ADA
/HABANA
Circulan en Coln
monedas y chances
falsificados
8e nos ha enviado para su
publicacin el siguiente comu-
nicado:
Seores eferentes:
Les rogamos se sirvan hacer
llegas a conocimiento del p-
blico en general el siguiente co-
municado:
"La Jefatura de la Segunda
Seccin del Cuerpo de Polica
Nacional, por este medio hace
llegar a cpnoelmiento del co-
mercio y del pblico en gene-
ral que estn circulando en la
ciudad de Coln monedas pa-
nameas falsas, de las deno-
minadas "Balboa" de la lti-
ma emisin. Tambin estn cir-
culando chances oficiales falsi-
ficados en la forma de costum-
bre o sea agregndole un n-
mero al chance para formar un
nmero premiado. Esto se evi-
ta mirando el pedazo de chan-
ce a travs de la luz antes de
hacerlo efectivo.
Coln, mayo 24 de 1951.
Mayor Pastor Ramos Jr..
Jefe d la 2a. Seccin de Policia
LA PAZ. Mayo 14 (SE). Loa
escrutinios oficiales a las once de
la maana arrojan los siguien-
tes resultados:
Votos
Paz Estensoro > 48.629
donzlvez 35.048
, Bilbao 12420
Gutierrez 5.735
Ello 5.052
Arze 4.810
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto a persono
responsable y de buenas costum-
bres en calle 45 No. 22. Solicite
llaves planta baja o Home a 2-
0483. Sr. Brown.
SF ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado
con entrado independiente, pora
soltero, calle Estudime No. 73
Apt. 5.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto, omcblado.
entrada Independiente. garage.
Avenida 4 de Julio, coso 49. Te-
lefono 2-1107.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto persons
responsable. Ocurra 12 Oeste No.
43 altos.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles,
8.6.00 por semono, poia hombre
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Parque
Lefevre. casa 32.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
frente ol mar. Servicie sanitario
independiente, excelente vecinda-
rio, o. 5, primera escalera. Ploro
2 de Enero.
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto en colle
primera El Carmen, No. 91. Pido
informes en lo misma eos.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto independien-
te. Acuda Via Espaa No. 36,
Apto. K.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento en
Averido Mxico final y calle 43
Este, Kama 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: En caso privodo.
apartamentos modernos, apropia-
dos para oficinas de Embajadas o
Consulados. Ave. Per 89.
SE ALQUILA:Un apartamento en
Rio Abajo, cosa No. 2274. Sirvas
llamar Tel. 2-3054.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento com-
pletamente omoblado, dos recma-
ros, muy fresco, quieto vecinda-
rio, frente al mor. Llomar telfo-
no 3-0916. _________^^^
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento peque-
o, cocino, tres cuartos, servicios
independientes. B.35.00. Avenido
5o. No. 10, esquina rete; o Pa-
nom Viejo; informes Ave. A No.
16.
Se ALQUILA: Magnficos aparta-
mentos de dos recmaras en cosa
de lujo, calle 2o. No. 13 Perry
Hill. Para Verlos preguntar en lo
aportomentos 3 y 4 de lo coso;
para alquilar Vio Espaa 36 upar-
tamento A. de 7 o 9 de la tarde
Moriano Ortega
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en San
Francisco, en caso de madera.
Planta bojo B.35.00. Tel. 3-
2127.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento sin
muebles de 2 recmaras, comedor
y sala, cuarto para empleada, ga-
rage, oguo callente, B. 125.00.
Colle 41 o. 37 Panama, Camilo
A. Porros. Tel. 3-0434.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento do-;
cuartos, servicio, cocina. Calle "G
No. 16 Parque Lefevre. Pregunte
por ngel Lmelo. Calle 16 Oeste
No.37. Tel. 2-0064.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no de una recmara y servicio po-
ra pareja, por B.35.00. Entrada
por Vi Espoa. Calle segundo
Carrasquilla 48. Tel. 3-0471.
SE VENDE
Artculo de Caa
SF. VENDE:Gongo! Estufo gas Ro-
per de 4 fogones, 2 hornos, per-
fectas condiciones. B.35.00. Pat-
terson 36 Este No. 11 altos.
SE NECESITA
General
Excelente oportunidod vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rlo. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bozor Americano, Central
No. 25. Ponam. .
SE NECESITA: Empleada de re-
fresqueria y obarrotero, Comisa-
riato Endara Riba, Avenida Control
158 y Calle 26.
SE NECESITAN Agentes vende-
dores, hombres y mujeres, trabajo
bien remunerado, y de porvenir. "El
Aguilo Imperiol" Compalo d
Seguros de Vida, S. A. Av. Cen-
tral No. 39, Oficinas 403 y 404.
Solamente de 8 a.m. a 9 .m.
SE NECESITA:Do! hombres jve-
nes de buena presentacin, con
experiencia en ventos. Americort
Protections, Av. Balboa, eolio
6o. Arena Coln.
Negocio pequeo industrial solicita so-
cio italiano, espaol o cualquiera
persona Interesado. Lindos pes-
pectivas poca inversin. Informes
3047' apartado 1045 Panom.
PERDIDO
PERDIDA: Perra de cacara caler
negra can chocolate en el vientre
y les patas, par Panam Vieja.
Avisar Tal. 3-3120. Gratificacin.
Los rateros vuelven hacer
de las suyas en Chiriqu
Con audacia Inaudita han
reanudado sus fechoras los a-
mlgos de lo ajeno, alendo el al-
macn "La Bala", el registrado
anoche con el correspondiente
saqueo.
Parece ser que primero In-
tentaron por el techo, pues se
ve palpablemente por donde hi-
cieron el intento y por las te-
Jas que apartaron, pero lueo
optaron por habilitarse de una
barra de hierro que las permiti
forzar la entrada.
Inmediatamente descerrajaron
el candado que pona en segu-
ridad un archivador de metal
y de all y de la caja registra-
dora se llevaron ms de CO
balboas en efectivo.
Luego, del mismo almacn,
bajaron cinco maletas y las a-
barrotaron de cuanto les dio la
gana y pudlendo escoger a su
gusto.
Nos dice el dueo que un
eleulo superficial hace subir el
monto de lo robado a suma
aproximada a los trescientos
balboas.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
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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, UVC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
'MAQUINAS DE CARPIN-
TERA
TORNOS MECNICOS
CARRETILLAS DE HIE-
RRO para construccin
de S Va Pies cbicos
TRAPICHES "CHATTA-
N00GA" y "BUFFALO"
de a y 3 oos
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.4.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2SO0
PARA REBAJAR
EXISTENCIA
tenemos precios especiales en
los siguientes artculos:
Cucharones de cocina de
13 pulgadas
o Tinta para escolares
o Peinillas en todos los ta-
maos
Bombillos "Eveready"
2.5 y 3.8
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITB BERTONCIN1
Tel 32 Aptdo IM-4
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
o La ms antigua,
o La ms acreditada.
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SU ORDENES
Rie Abajo #2154 TeL 1-0524
Almacn Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
Agasajo de despedida
Maana domingo al medio dia
un grupo de amigos personales
del seor don Camilo de la
Ouardia le ofrecen un agasai
Jo en los salones del Hotel Im-
perial.
Don Camilo de la Guardia,
fijar su residencia en la ciu-
dad capital y por ese motivo
sera agasajado.
Cumpleaos de boy
Hasta la ciudad de Panama
extendemos nuestro saludo de
cumpleaos a la seora doa
Carmen Torree de Jan, quien
hoy festeja sus natales.
A las muchas felicitaciones
que reciba hoy la seora Hilda
Ayarza, con motivo de su ono-
mstico, agregamos las nuestras
muy cordiales.
La nia Betty Jarman, hija
del hogar Jarman-Orlsolla, su-
ma hoy sbado un ao mas de
vida. Le deseamos que los pase
muy oontenta.
Baile en honor de
Gioconda la.
Esta noche es el grandioso
baile que en honor de Su Ma-
jestad Gioconda la., se ofrece
en los amplios salones del Jar-
din Monaco. La entrada costar
solamente un balboa para ca-
balleros.
Cumpleaos de maana
Queremos ser los primeros
en felicitar a la seora Rosa
Ayarza, quien en el dia de ma-
ana se ver muy felicitada con
motivo de celebrar su cumple-
aos. .
Baile de disfraces del Club
interamerirano de Mujeres
El Club Interamerlcane de
Mujeres, Captulo de Coln, o-
frece esta noche en el Club de
Extranjeros, un baile de disfraz
o etiqueta para las sodas y sus
invitados, comenzando a las 9
txm. La entrada costar un bal-
boa por persona
Jaqu Unido se
rene maana
La Asociacin Cvica "Jaqu
Unido" Invita por este medio, a
todos, sus miembros y simpa-
tizadores a una Importante re-
unin, que tendr lugar el deo-
mingo 37 de los corrientes a las
2 de la tarde en la escuela Ni-
cols Pacheeo.
Se encarece puntual asisten-
cias dada la imjapxtancia de loa
SANA AL FIN.La pequea nifiita Brett Downes no
sos tapatos especiales que gracias a la Sociedad contra
ya podr guardar como un recuerdo de su enfermedad.
muestra
el poli*
REPARACIONES!
TENEMOS TODA CLASE
DE
MADERA
CONSLTENOS I
Ave. Norte 13 Tel. 2-O10
Calle Martn Sosa No. I
Tel. 3-1424
l'n soldado de las Naciones Unidas (a la tiquierda) vigila loe
prisioneros de guerra en Cgrea. Cerca de 140,000 norcereanos r
cbino comn!t*N han-sido capturados por las fuerzas de las
Narlone Unidas desde jnnio de 1950 cuando el pas fue invadid*
por lot comunistas v estn detenidos de acuerdo con las condi
clones ejue oaMMece la Convencin de Genova.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
i de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2" x 6 v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
PAQUETE PARA STALIN__Un comerciante de Nueva YorH
bace pesar un paquete en la oficina de correos de Frankfurt e
Alemania, el cual contiene un radio para Stalin, para que escu-
che los programas de "La Vos do Amrica". ___
EL NUEVO "OTTER"Este es el nuevo anlibio del ejercite
norteamericano "Otter". Este vehculo puede ser manejado por
dos personas ? lleva su propio armamento. Desarrolla 30 millas
por hora en tierra y no hay agua que lo detenga.
El "Aviso Oportuno'
Es Barato y Efectivo
Es Barato y Efectivo


SBADO. MAYO it, 1951
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
La Temporada De Basketball Se Inaugura Hoy
Mauricio vs Lord Chesterfield
La Apertura Del Campeonato
Masculino De la. Divisin
El Seor Presidente de la Repblica lanzar la pri-
mera bola en el juego de esta noche
El Gimnasio Nacional vestir
asta che sos mejores (alas en
; la inauguracin de la Tempora-
da de Basketball de la Uga Pro-
vincial de Panam.
El encuentro de hoy estar a
cargo de los quintetos. Lord
Chesterfield, campeen del pasa-
do ai y Mauricio sub-campcn,
'con el cnal se iniciarn Isa hos-
tilidades del Campeonato nns-
[culino de la divisin mayor.
El Excelentsimo Seor Pr-
ndente de la Repblica, Dan Al-
ibiades Arosemena lanzar la
primera bola, para declarar o-
iclatmente i n a u i u r ado el
torneo.
El acto de esta noche comen-
tar a las 7 y 45 con el tradi-
tional desfile de todos loa equi-
pos debidamente uniformados
ton sos respectivas madrinas,
estandartes y mascotas; un
nlembro de la Liga hablar so-
tre el motivo del acto; se pa-
tentar a los quintetos; El seof
presidente lansar la primera
ola y luego se desarrollar I
omentado e interesante part-
o. La Banda de la Polica Na-
ion al amenissr la funcin
Los comandantes Jefes de la
ollca Nacional, Coronel Josc A.
emon, Mayor Bolvar Vallarlno
Mayor Saturnino Flores, han
do invitados de manera espe-
al a este acto deportivo.
Cinco equipos de fuerzas na-
nceadas se disputarn este s-
el titulo de Campen, y son
auriclo y Lord Chesterfield
e Juegan hoy, Mauricio, Bam
Cyrnos que debutars el
nes.
Los equipos que juegan hoy
encuentran bien acondicio-
sdos y con sus nminas com-
etas e Iniciarn la contienda
in el siguiente cuadro: Chts-
rfield. Alonso Fraier, Villo
Peres, Ricardo 'Santos, Fernan-
do Tom y Tommy Armuelles;
Mauricio: Cumberbacht, Henry
Phillips, Hasket Minnot, Emulo
Sonell y Rubn Berrera- Adems
cada equipo tendr listo a los
siguientes jugadores, Cigarrilk-
ros: Luis Ortega, Cecilio Wl.
Iliam, Alfonso Smith, Pedro
Zapata, Patricio Harrison, Ma-
rio Garcern y Percival Quinti-
ne; Augusto R. Kam, Director y
Estela Alvarado. Madrina. Mau-
ricio: Alex Newman, Cesar Ee
rrio, Mingo Turner, Papltn Met
quita y James Brady; Martn
Rodrigues, Director.
El entusiasmo e inters que
i>e ha levantado por la apertura
y Juego de esta noche es enor-
me y se considera que el Gim-
nasio tendr hoy un lleno com-
pleto.
Para facilitar la entrada, Us
puertas del Gimnasio estarn a-
biertas desde las :30 pjn. y se
ha estipulado que la puerta
Central de la Avenida "A" ser
para el pblico en general; la
puerta de los Palcos estar al
lado de la Estacin de Gasolina,
v la puerta de calle 23 Oeste,
frente al Deposito de Inflama-
bles, ser exclusivamente para
Jugadores, locutores, periodistas
y redactores deportivos y perso-
nas que tengan pases de corte-
sa.
Los. arbitros, sern. Ricardo
Bula y Felipe Perdomo como
principales y Roy Naylor como
suplente; Anotadores, Cristbal
Sarmiento y Alejandro Yuil co-
mo principales y Antonio Gor-
don Jr. como suplente; Crono-
metrista, Santiago Rivera y Ro-
lando Hurtado como Principa-
les y Jos Crelo como suplente
Los precios de entrada para
esta noche son: Palcos B. a.75
Entrada General B- 0.35 y Nios
B. 15.
En Desigual Combate Jim
Carter Arrebat El Ttulo
Liviano a Ike Williams
UN VUELO SALVADOR. Miguel Rugilo, el guardameta bigotudo de los Argentinos, que
aunque no posee Ucencia para volar, efectu un vuelo salvador s baja altura en su portera
para salvar a su equipo de un tonto frente a los Ingleses en el gran Festival Britnico en
juego Internacional en el Estadio de Wembley.
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 26 (U*-)
James W. Carter, dejo at 3-
r.ilos a todos los expertos del
boxeo al arrebatarle el campe j,-
nato mundial de las 135 luas
a Ike Williams anoche y abri
negociaciones para su primera
aefensa contra el mismo Wi-
lliams o Del Flannagan en el
Wadlson Square Garden en A-
gJStO.
El boxeador de color, Carter,
it Nueva York quien haba per
dluo dos de sus tres peleas de
-ote ao tumb al campen
cuatro veces y gan por K. O
.cnlco a los dos minutos y 43
cegundos del dcimo cuarto a-
alto.
Williams, debilitado por for-
zarse mucho al hacer el pe-c.
p-rdlo el titulo que haba ga-
nado sin disputa al noqueai a
Bob Montgomery el 4 de Agosto
ce 1847.
Era le sexta defensa de ni
corona y Williams de 27 anca
lu tumbado dos veces por ful-
minantes derechas a la quijada
t.i el quinto asalto por cnico?
respectivos de S y 6.
El retador un poco ms bu jo
que Williams, sigui incesaule-
ii.ente al campen y lo apocuil
icr todo el cuadriltero hata
3ue el arbitro tuvo que parar el
desigual encuentro en el pe-
nltimo asalto.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA


Maana Se Ver Si Pheobus
Apollo Es Mejor Q' M. Road
Diversas apuestas se hacen con motivo del resul-
tado de esta gran carrera
(Pacfico e Hispano Se Mielen
Categor
I h r*
Los equipos de ftbol de (os
abes locales Pacficos e His-
no se medirn maana en fcfl
irtantes compromisos de la
lmera y Segunda categora,
respondientes a los Campeo-
tos de la Liga Provincial de
itbol de Panam.
En las horas de la maana
cfico de 2a. e Hispano J"
menzaran su partido a las 8
45 a.m. a las 10:15 a.m. ta-
drn la cancha los oncenos
nbato y Ancn Jr.
I Por la tarde, los oncenos His-
pano'y Pacifico chocarn s >as
i para finalizar la primera
vuelta del Campeonato mayor:
el primer juego correr a carBx)
ox los equipos Ancn e Ibrico;
con. lo cual tenemos que los an-
conlstas cumplirn tambin dos
compromisos maana.
Todos estos equipos se han
acondicionados' satlsfactorlameri
te.y se pronostican atractl/os
partidos, todos los cuales se de-
sarrollarn en el cuadro del Es-
tadio Olmpico-
Maana se ver en accin, clerido de todas clases de apues
en la vieja pista sabanera a tas, pues consideran que el
los campeones de franconla so- triunfo de Phoebus Apollo en
ore una distancia de 1600 me- el clsico se debi nicamente
i y por un premio de B. a la gran monta del Jinete
1.000.00.
Reaparece aqu los mejores
caballos de Juan Franco, entre
ellos el potro Ingls Phoebus
Apollo, ganador del clsico
"Presldtnte de la Repblica",
que debido a su ltima pero-
mance debe ser el gran favori-
to para ganar esta carrera. Ten
dr como rival plncipal al pu-.
pilo del Stud Cantagallo Main
Road. St tejen las ma diversas
conjeturas en relacin con la
presentacin de estos equinos
en esta carrera. Los fanticos
que han comentado que Phoe-
bus Apollo es mejor que Main
Road podrn apreciarlo maa-
na. Los simpatizadores de Main
Road no obstante estn ha-
Agulrre y que en esta ocasin,
que 1 pupilo de Too Arfgui-
zola. Main Road llevar sobre
sus lomos un jinete de cate-
gora, debe conquistar fcil
triunfo. Se comenta tambin
que los propietarios de ambos
equinos cruzarn una apuesta
en este match-race.
En la carrera tambin parti-
ciparn y con bastante opcin
la entrada formada por Dicta-
dor y Plnard, Welsh Loch y
Camar.
Esta ser una carrera pre-
paratoria del Clsico "Hipdro-
mo Nacional" que se correr la
prxima semana en Juan Fran-
co.
rariado programa deportivo tiene
el Distrito Capital para maana
Variado y atractivo es el pro-
ama deportivo que se ofrece-
maana en el distrito capi-
con partidos de ftbol, bae-
11 softball, tenis, golf y la
-tills hpica en Juan Fraaio.
II balompi es el que prasen-
mayor nmero de eventos.
iai tenemos que en las hcas
la maana en el Bstaalo
acaran los oncenos de 2a.
ipano Jr. vs. Pacfico de Ca.
Imbato vs. Ancn Jr. en Li-
za continuar la contienda
Chorrillo con los juegos Ke-
lt) vs. Pern y PRI vs. Men-
sa; en la tarde terminar la
mera vuelta del Campeonato
la. con los partidos Ancn
Ibricos y Pacifico va, His-
io en el Estadio Olmpico; el
glorio Festivo tendr Bvls
e duelo dos figuras
stinguidas del
porte colonense
OLON. Mayo 26 iB.Q.) -
i nota de verdadero talo
a el deporte conolense h.i
strtudo la inesperada muoi-
de Aura Rodrguez de Cut-
gran deportista y miembro
in* familia de verdadero e-
tista. era hermana de uca
as glorias del baloncesto na-
tal, Gil Rodrguez y espo.*
otro atleta que defendi Va
res patrios en varias ocs-
es en canchas lnternaeioiij-
el recordado futbo.3ta
idlo "Cuyo" Cuevas.
preparaban los esporos
vas para recibir por vez pr-
a la visita de un futuro ut-
lsta de 9 aos de cascos
> el destino no dej que la
a fuera completa, fallecien-
tura de Cuevas, dejando u-
lermosa nia que llevara el
bre de Mercedes del Carmn
registrar este doloroso he-
estas planas deportivas ha-
llegar a la familia Rodn-
. particularmente a Oil y a
o" Cuevas, su ms senil le
me y ruega a) todouoder.-
ue recoja en su santo seo
que en vida se llam A ora
iguez de Cuevas.
partidos de la categora 5a y ta.
En baseball tenemos los jae-
gc-s ptica Sosa vs. Santo i>>-
rr.ingo y Veteranos vs. Fuerte
Cliiriqui de la Liga d San Fe-
lipe, y en Juan Diaz una serle
ti Pinocho y el Cftrta Vieja.
En el cuadro de la Barriada
jugarn Chiriqui y Los Duques
Cc'i circuito mayor de la Liga
tc California. El baseball In-
fantil de Santa Rita anuncia
Tambin un juego en cada cate-
gora.
El softball de los bomberos
presentar por primera vez tres
partidos en un da, y estarn a
eargo de los equipos Compa.u
No. 6 vs. Ca No- 5. Banda vs
Comandlancla y Ca No. 4 vs,
Ca N. 2.
En las canchas de la Piscis
Olmpica se presentarn vanos
juegos amistosos de tenis, en
preparacin al prxlm torneo a-
:i;rto.
En el hipdromo, se ofrecer
un programa de once carre.a3
conde las clases "A" y "B." de
de importados tendr a su car-
go los principales eventos de ia
funcin hpica.
Los punteros de las Ligas Nacional
y Americana conservaron sos puestos
partidos de ayer
El Vista Hermosa
derrot al Nicols
Ayarza en base, 3-2
En el da de hoy continuar
su contienda la liga de Base-
ball de Calidonla con dos par-
tidos en el Estadio Olmpico y
uno en el campo de Juegos de
la Barriada.
En el coliseo olmpico se en-
frentarn los equipos:
Vermouth Carpo vs V. Hermosa
Nicols Arana vs Cabo Verde
Mientras tanto en el campo
de la Barriada se medirn los
equipos:
Chiriqui va San Francisco
Maana domingo proseguir
Comienza Mna. La 2a. Vuelta
Del Baseball De La Chorrera
Por S. H. IVALDI J_ '
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
BasebaU de La Chorrera
Unin ...... ....... S 1.M0
Dep. Chin .. .......2 1 .5Si
Dep. Balboa s 9 Z iwOO
El Puerto .. ........... s .too
O. P. PJe.
este circuito pelotero
partido entre Chiriqui vs Los
Duques.
En el ltimo juego celebrado
el equipo vista Hermosa derro-
t si Nicols Ayarza en un
gran Juego por anotacin de 3
carreras a2.
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Jonrones de Rolph Kiner y
George Metkovich y una gran
actuacin del lanzador Murray
Dickson que solo permiti cinco
incogibles dieron a los Piratas
del Pithburgh la victoria por
10 a 1 sobre los Cachorros de
Uilcago en el juego diurno de
la Liga Nacional.
La nica carrera de los Ca-
horros se debi a un jonrn ae
Andlc Pafko en la segunda en-
trada. El mayor dao lo li,/.o
-.letkovlCii que empuj cinco
carreras con un Jonrn, un do-
ole y dos sencillos.
En los Juegos nocturnos de a
Liga Nacional, El Brooklyn m-i-
ior su puntuacin en el primer
puesto al imponerse al Boston
por 4 a 3. Los Gigantes del New
York le ganaron a los Fillies del
Fiadelfia por 8 a 5; y en el
oartldo ms largo y reido de
la pomada de ayer, el Cinclna-
ui vesci al San Luis por 5 ca-
rreras a 1 en once episodios
Con estos resultados, el Broo-
klyn. San Xuis y Chicago con-
servaron sus- respectiva coloca-
ciones en el primero, segundo y
tercer lugar respectivamente.
En la Liga Americana todon
los partidos fueron nocturnos
rcslstrndose los siguientes re-
sultados:
Los Yankees del Nueva York
siguieron obteniendo triunfoj e.:
(.1 comando del circuito al im-
ponerse al Fiadelfia por 7 a 5'
Kl Chicago aument tambin su
puntuacin en el segundo lugar
con su victoria sobre el Clev*-
iand por 6 a 4; Igualmente los
Cravos del Boston mejoraron u
puntuacin en el tercer puesto
con la voctorio sobre los Sena-
dores del Washington por 14
"?; y en el otro juego los Carme-
litas del San Luis dieron on
nuevo paso en un propsito do
salir de la retaguardia al derro-
tar a los Tigres del Detroit por
* a 3.
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Los AcWos
3 cuerpo humano m 4hIiici *|
reo de cido y deeperdlcto* ni.
nexo da la nuicr*, por medio de lo
nuevo mlllono do diminuto* tubo* o
Nitros do loo rlfloree, ai eitoe veneno*
o loa rlflone* o la vejiga lo hacen
ifrlr con leventad nocturna*, ner-
vloaldad, doloree de pierna*, ojera*,
lumbaao, doloree de la. coyuntura
eflde o ardor *n lo* conducto*, de-
bido a la aeceeldad da eellmulante
iurette*, pro** Cyetox.
D****** d*l mo Oria* r toa
veneno* con la receta medica llamad
Cy*t*x, auo ee un <"
lantede loa rlflone*
1a
Mc^r^^irs:^,^
--a* orinarla* en catado i* aelSe
Ita. Pa, Oystax
Los Indios no han
lamentado la venia
de Oresles Mioso
CLEVELAND, Mayo 24 (UP)
Hank Greenberg, Gerente
General de los Indios neg las
noticias propagandas en el sen-
tido de que lamentara haber
cambiado al cubano Orester
Mioso que pas a los Medias
Blancas en un triple cambio
entre ambos novenas y los
Atltlcos.
Algunos diarlos publicaron
que Greenberg no deseaba ce-
der a Mioso a los Medias Blan
cas y les haba ofrecido a Ha-
rry Simpson. Dijo que no ha-
ba ofrecido a Simpson a na-
die y que Paul Richards mana-
ger de los Medias Blancas de-
seaba a Mioso y los Indios al
lanzador de los Atltlcos Lou
Brissle.
Segn la noticia Frank Lane.
Gerente General de los Medias
Blancas declar que Greenbrg
le ofreci a Simpson en vez de
Mioso. Greenberg dijo que
"Mioso no encajaba en nues-
tros planes y Simpson si. Estoy
ierfectamente satisfecho con
os cambios. Conoca mejor que
nadie a Mioso y lo que po-
dra hacer .Pero deseaba a Bris-
sle y retener a Simpson'^.
r
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
La contienda de la Liga In-
vernal de Baseball de La Cho-
rrera que se esta desarrollan-
do con todo xito, presentar
maana dos interesantes par-
tidos en el Campo de Matuna.
A las O.so a.m. saldrn a bus-
car mejor colocacin los equl-
. pos Dep. Balboa y El Puerto,
Vi t1*. -ulene* marcha nen el stano
de la Liga sin triunfos, el ga-
nador finalizar en tercera po-
sicin ya que este juego dar
por terminada la primera vuel-
ta de la Liga.
En el segundo encuentro el
cual dar comienzo a la segun-
da vuelta de la justa Chtrre-
rana, lucharn para conservar
su Invicto los muchachos del
Unin, frente a los chinltos
Junio
3Dep. Chin vs El Puerto
Dep. Balboa vs Unin
10Unin vs Dep. Chin
El Puerto vs Dep. Balboa
1"Dep. Balboa vs Dep. Chin
El Puerto vs Unin
La Directiva de la Liga In-
forma que los primeros juegos
comienzan a las 0.30 a.m. y los
segundos 15 mlnutosd espus
de finalizado el anterior.
Todo parece indicar que es-
te ao el Basketball Femenino '
volver a revivir sus buenos
tiempos, ya que se nota un en- .
tuslasmo nico entre los cuatro) I
equipos que lograron Inscribir-
se. El conjunto "EVA PERN",
que logr en el ltimo torneo...'
adjudicarse el ttulo con el
nombre de "Daar" ,es uno de
los favoritos, desde luego que
cuando ganaron el ttulo tenan
en su nmina a la inmensa
Judith Caballero. .-,*
SASTRERA CARDENAS, un
equipo que cuenta con valiosa,
unidades como las Hermanas
Ortiz, Rite McCalllster y otras,
ha sufrido la baja de sus dos
estrellas, siendo ellas Judith
Caballero y la pequea Isaura
Beleo, vindose un poco d-
bil, pero luce parejo con las
gauchas". LA COLMENA, a-
quel glorioso conjunto que- pu-
siera en el sitial que ahora de-
biera tener el basketball Feme-
nlno, actuar este ao, y aun-
que esta integrado en su. ma-
yora por lo que llamamos no-
sotros "veteranas" les damos m
mayor opcin de adjudicarse el
titulo hasta tanto conozcamos
la nmina del conjunto de Co-
ln. En la Colmena tenemos
que actuarn Judith Caballero,
Elvia Matilde Boza, Judith
Elliot Pinzn,. Elosa Ortega,
Pina Tejada de Torres y la di-
minuta Isaura Beleo. El Che- I
vrolet. tiene en su nmina a
destacadas canasteras del cir-
cuito Atlntico, que forman la
flor y nata del basketball de
all.
Equipo de ftbol
brasileo venci
ayer al sueco, 1-0
SUECIA, Mayo 26 (UP' El
equipo brasileo venci al sue-
co Joenkoeplng por 1 a 0 en un
partido celebrado ayer aqu.
Quince mil espectadores pre-
senciaron este gran Juego que
u parejo en el primer tiempo
- en que los locales lograron de-
2,UL2Ti^ner.Ja &,u"rld* rner el ataque de los pases cor-
cuadr adel Dep. Chin.
Ambos partidos debern re-
sultar interesantes por el inte-
rs que prestarn los Jugadores
para lograr el triunfo.
de la
Chorre-
Los prximos juegos
Liga de Baseball de La
r son:
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de an Servicio
Sanitaria en el Campo d*
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
El Royal mejor su
opcin al ganar en
el boliche anoche
El Royal venci anoefte al
Carta Vieja por inasistencia c
el torneo de bolos "Caf Duran"
para seguir asi con oportunluud
de ocupar el tercer puesto.. A
Tropical que se encuentra en el
tercer lugar jugar el lunes su
ltimo uego del torneo contra
el Club Martiz, juego de mucha
importancia para los "teatreros'
ya que de l depende mantener-
se en esa colocacin y acredi-
tarse un trofeo. /
ESTADO DE LOS EQUQIPOS
Torneo de Bolos
tos de los brasileos.
Al comenzar el segundo tiem-
po estos iniciaron on ataque
mis violento en el cual se dis-
tingui el medio derecho 8ani.or.
Faltando cuatro minutos el in-
terior derecho Renato recibi
un pase despus de un comer y
lo convirti en el nico tanto
del Juego-
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para el Domingo:
laCASABLAtsCA... por cla-
se se impone.. .Raymond.. .por
jinete puede: 2aDOMINO...
los arropa fcil... Pajarito...
enemigo de cuidado; 3aCON-
TRABANDO.. .se colar con el
Tanque... Pon la Olla.. .parece
coslnarn a alguien; 5aMAIN
ROAD...los asesina a todos...
Phoebus Apollo...ahora su ri-
val tiene monta; 6aSILVER
DOMliJO.. .crimen este potro..
Riding East (el...para place
eit a bueno; 7aWIL WIRE...
aqui est nuestra carta... Mimo
potro de carreraje; 8aVEN-
TRE A TORRE...de salida loa
afeita...Dark Dellte...su place
lo adquiere fcil; aSUAVO
mucho potro... Paragon por
jinete pueda que s; 10FULL
el fijo de la tarde.. .Newmlns-
ter.. .no pueden con el Tanque
HaRANCHOPAJA...sali y
cobrar.. .Salcedo.. .culdadito.
LE PICA."
La cabezat JO eutrpof En loe eiaa? Be-
norroidtar Pue* ai le cica o 1* arde, en
load* en, anteee PIOJfNA. Rojiaa calma
neaionea, araorea y crnpcieaaa; deatrnye
eranloe en la cabria jr etrea pene* del
uerpo; ncerria mpolla. y rajadura ,
sida. Compre WOJINA o*. -,-
8 io^^$& NkgfFWSSP]
FLOR DE SANGRE
(PROHIBIDA PARA MENORES)
PRONTO ~ VARIEDADES
Selecta ...... 3921 b.O
Mike ....... .. 325 .'.on
Tropical .... .. 3424 -5-7
Royal ...... 32g 5PS
Entrometidos 30M .0*1
Mariis ...... 3921 AU
Pinocho .... 24Sfi 409
Balboa ..... 24M .44*
Curta Vieja 21-39 S59
"Carias ^R
Venenosas'
- con -
CHARLES BOYER
LINDA DARNELL
MICHAEL RENNIE
CONSTANCE SMITH
1
(THE 13TH LETTER)
La Calumnia en letras ponzoosas... des.
truye vidas y honor!... El drama de in*
trigas ms desconcertante y original...!
Jnego para el Lunes:
Club Mariis vs. Tropical
------^y vriu aoy mlim*
eCysttx ^cia's-'
- Se decidir hoy
el campeonato
de golf britnico
PORTCAWL, Gales Mayo 28
(UP)-Los norteamericanos Dick
Chapman y Charles Coe pasa-
ron a los finales del campeo-
nato Nacional de Golf Amateur
de la Oran Bretaa y hoy se
decidir el campeonato en un
encuentro a 36 hoyos.
Chapman elimin por 4 a 3
al Irlands Joe Carr ltima es-
peranza britnica para que el
trofeo quedar en las Islas Bri-
tnicas y Coe venci al galea
Albert Evans por 4 a 2. La vic-
toria que hizo que Coe se roba-
ra el corazn de los espectado-
res fu la nue obtuvo Dor la
maana por 3 a 7 sobre el cara-
nen amateur de los Estados
Unidos Sam Urzet>. En las par-
tidas matutinas Chaoman ven-
ci dot 4 a 3 Cecil Beamish cV
Inglaterra.
COGNAC
COURVOISIER
THE BRANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V.8.O.P. NAPOLEON
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas de
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVHHD
Depsito semanales de B.0.25; B/.0.50; B/.1.00
y B .5.00. por un periodo de cuarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "I"
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina eoa Calle la.
HURAS:
4 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
G. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sute-Administrador
Sucursal en Coln
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SBADO, MATO H, 151


L. Ci.-.iJ blwJ CeI.GA
tani ~s. _. 1.11 ^...^-.at.^.i ...
vait. iid, iiEua ...ptuiia qu
Nunca ha sido el pueblo tan
exigente con sus gooernames
', l.l ms justas las demandas
. Ve: que lormula a los mismos. Pue-
iSic^ f e r nP!e s man- decirse 1ue las 'aciones
tille, r cores ypu.ti.it .os un- "an estad dafn p' f,>rhe:
cam in., oe ia lec^.u,,.. -^^/"coSK
b .i-udimlento de esta in- ia.,enun* ln'aal,* fo",0,,0
& S, nu^:;- a mT i Scarlc^s SBKTo.'S
Uptac?nUdear.ra8"utc.oncs .A"*.!.""? ciuda"
mmisfricr1 po^r'V, I constitucional product,
de Jas que existen na u
.h^.u^Tms V m&j0msea apenas de lisuras, sino de
na letauva some sus iies gj sobrevenldo la rcsp0nsabl-
gacln obrera que me entrg de inmediato el renacimiento
un pliego de aspiraciones rea- de la confianza pblica y que
En na u f.wi cambio en el ^oietno de la na-
' c.oh. rtra que el carneo no lo
cons.derados aisladamente, los
gobiernos que se nan suceaido
lidad de la administracin p-
dica, nos mantengamos inspl-
en los ulUmos aos 1Ueron go- en e bn comn v oe-
iF^JESrJPTSSSi que paia haceise de un apoyo I particulares obstaculi-
ce certa amplitud nacional tu- | ,,..------,,,,,., a. ..
ceri la laDor coordinada de los
Uvas a las calamidades econ-
micas que padece el pueblo. Re-
conozco la Justicia de sus de-
mandas. El alza en el costo de
la vida, que es la mayor preo-
cupacin del pueblo, es un he-
cho determinado por tactores
varios. La experiencia ensea
que las soluciones unilaterales
pueden producir alivio transi-
torio en ciertos aspectos de la
economa y.para ciertos grupos
sociales, pero que tambin en-
gendran repercusiones que *on
el tiempo anulan las ventajas
primera* y concluyen compli-
cando el problema en su con-
junto.
No obstante las deficiencias
de nuestra legislacin econmi-
co-social, existen disposiciones
que el. gobierno puede Invocar
con el fin de aminorar el cos-
to de los artculos de primera
necesidad. Me propongo promo-
ver consultas con representan-
tes de las actividades econ-
micas y los diferentes sectores
sociales, para acordar medi-
das prcticas que tengan efec-
to inmediato en el mejora-
miento de la condicin de las
grandes mayoras de nuestra
poblacin. Considero que este
camino puede conducir a resul-
tados satisfactorios. Pero si tal
procedimiento fuere ineficaz,
pecios oe la gestin gubernu- al nuevo goWe,0. Much0 es_
menial.
pera de los hombres que lo
objetivos del gomerno que pre
sido. 1 entendimiento en que
ste se basa no constituye uno
Hago mencin de estos ante-1 .orman y 8l alos poseen cabal
cedemes para precisar mi con- lnieligenUa de las necesidades
cepto ce Ja naturaleza y los uei pais de las aspiraciones
objetivos del gooierno qw pre- populares, sabrn disponer de
ia energa requerida para su-
perarse en el empeo pon co-
de sos tiadlcionales arreglos i rresponder a los anhelos ciu-
hechos con la vista puesta en dadanos. sl no pueden hacer
los cmputos electorales. Ese lC<0 cinnt0 es deseablei estn
entendimiento surgi ae un mo- obligados a realizar cuanto sea
memo excepcional de la vida ,ulC
f0J?*Lqi?,.se caracteriza ,c0 I" Es"Innegable la magnitud y
mo el le.antamienu) unnime. comc
de la nacin panamea frente, que alrontamos. Quizs uno de
al pe.lgro de la extincin de las l08 de mavor importancia con-
m^Vf8 .pubJ*ca,s y d?' des- siste en la crisis de organiza-
qulciamiento de las lnstitucio- cn que suire el Estado. El
nes democrticas. La conjun- desarrollo natural de la nacin
cion de las parcialidades poli-: le na planteado a ste tareas
ticas en el gobierno fu lmpues-, para Jas cuales estaba desprs-
ta por la solidaridad del pueoio vtnldo. De all la necesidad
panameo en la reciente lucha de una reforma de la admlnis-
en defensa del rgimen consti- tracln pblica que tiene base
tucionai. Distinto por su origen! juridica en la constitucin,
de las combinaciones usuales, nuestra carta lundamental re-
del pasado, este gobierno est quiere desarrollo mediante le-
obligado a transitar tambin yes que faciliten Ja aplicacin
rumbos distintos. La designa- de sus preceptos. La Constitu-
cin de un miembro distinto de cin se ha adelantado a las le-
SSi qaUebase0"a8er|Susio0nes Z! ff des"ach< <*> *
Sntr:. yp. F'.^'h'. No tengo razn para suponer
S,.l ^LrM i C Que los ciudadana, asociaaos a
posible el ejercicio del goo.crno ^ en cl desernpcn0 de ,as un.
causo umoien desorientacin cones eje,utlv^ dientan de
en sus actividades y lalla ev.- mi$ ldea propsitos. La bre-
?n?0^nde C.0n^VP aom0,nla *pero intensa relacin ofi-
inteinas, ya que ta.es comoi-: cial"que a ellos me ha unido
?aBCreSnonannC,nnHPde ZJnT i e" dla' htetriCOS, me de-
grama conjunto de aommis- ja armar que comparten mis..
tracion A tal hecno deoe atri- conceptos y que actuarn con-1 mi responsabilidad de gober-
bU,r5L^ imposioiimad en que secuentemente. Y no puede ser nante no se detendr ante la
eniJ5 S u/i?10. Qe distinto modo. La nacin adopcin de otras medidas pa-
UL1"!. i...J re!."" ^ ha" en expectativa frente I ra las que dan base suficiente
la Constitucin y la Ley. Ten-
go la esperanza de que ello no
ser necesario. La crisis econ-
mica presente nos castiga a to-
dos y del emos contribuir a su
solucin, ya que loa efectos de
una mejora general serian sa-
ludables a todos los habitantes
del pais.
Claro est que las medidas
para influir directamente en el
costo de las subsistencias ca-
recern de efecto mientras no
aumente la capacidad adquisiti-
va de las clases trabajadoras.
Lo que contribuir firmemente
a mejorar la situacin de mi-
les de lugares, es la provisin
de ocupacin remuenrada a los
miles de personas que hoy ca-
recen de ella. Aqu radica una
de las ms serlas preocupa-
ciones de mi gobierno. El Es-
tado tiene la obligacin de su-
plir en este aspecto a las Ini-
ciativas privadas. Infortunada-
mente atravesamos dificulta-
des fiscales que han reducido
en grado considerable la activi-
dad constructora del gobierno.
Para reanudarla en forma que
pueda aliviar la situacin de la
clase trabajadora, habr que
mover recursos fiscales extra-
ordinarios. Pero esto no ser
posible sl no cuando el presu-
puesto del Estado haya sido
definitivamente adoptado. Los
esfuerzos de mis colaboradores
estn ahora mismo concentra-
dos en esta tarea y creo que
antes de muchos das la ha-
brn concluido satisfactoria-
mente. Tenemos en mientes
medidas nue permitan ampliar
el nmero de personas que de-
vengan su sustento de las obras
pblicas de modo que los dine-
ros del Estado se distribuyan
con la mayor extensin dable.
Sufrimos una paralizacin o
un estancamiento de las Inver-
siones en empresas comercia-
les e industriales, acompaada
de cierta inseguridad en los
mecanismos del crdito priva-
do y pblico. Espero que la es- I
cada Partido para una cartera
determinada no puede enten-
derse como la entrega de una
Sarte de la administracin p-
lica al usufructo de los co-
partldarios de cada agrupacin.
Es comprensible que los Parti-
dos procuren asumir las res-
ponsabilidades ministeriales con
sus propios adeptos. Pero no
debe desatenderse el criterio de Constitucin.
Idoneidad en la distribucin de
cargos ni olvidar que los cam-
bios en el personal no han de
redundar en perjuicio del ser-
vicio pblico. Y ha he recor-
darse, muy especialmente, que
la Constitucin establece la uni-
dad del poder pblico de modo
que el ejercicio de ste por los
yes que rigen importantes as-
pectos de la vida colectiva. Este
desajuste origina muchas de las
deficiencias que se han com-
probado en la gestin adminis-
trativa. El gobierno a mi cargo
comprende este problema y
prestar atencin a la prepara-
cin de los cdigos y leyes fun-
damentales en desarroilo de la
Pero esos problemas de gran
calado retroceden ante la ur-
gencia de otros que requieren
tratamiento perentorio. La rea-
lidad cruda es que la difcil si-
tuacin presente agobia a las
mayoras populares de priva-
ciones que el Estado no puede
rganos del Estado hace impres- contemplar indiferente El en-
cindible su colaboracin, asi carecimiento de la vida, la al-
como la de todos los funciona-' ta de trabajo, la parlisis de
ros pblicos, para que se cum- las actividades econmicas son,
pa el fin supremo de proteger' entre otras, cuestiones que so-
la vida, honra y bienes de los licitan pronta intervencin d-l
asociados y asegurar el bjenes- gobierno. Hace pocos das re-
tar general. 'clbi en mi Despacho una dele-
ERA HIJA DEL MAL, Y A SU PASO LAS MAS BAJAS
PASIONES Y LOS MAS CRUELES INSTINTOS SE DES-
BORDABAN EN TORMENTOSOS ESPASMOS...
FLOR DE SANGRE
PRONTO VARIEDADES
los capitales ahora remisos se
decidan a movilizarse. El go-
bierno considera la viabilidad
de gestiones para acrecentar
los recursos del crdito al for-
talecimiento de las Institucio-
nes de esta ndole. La delica-
oeza de estos asuntos y ml de-
cision de no hacer promesas,
sino de ofrecerle al pas hechos,
no me permiten ms largas
manllestaclones al respecto.
Voy a terminar refirindome
a un problema que concentra
mis preocupaciones de ciuda-
oano y de presidente: el deba-
te electoral Inminente. He pro-
metido a la nacin elecciones
libres y veraces y estoy dis-
puesto a realizarlas. Para e.lo
comienzo por declarar que aun-
que poseo convicciones polticas
afirmadas en m a lo largo rte
los aos y pertenezco a una de
las agrupaciones militantes, al
asumir la presidencia de la Re-
puoilca he dejado de ser pol-
tico en actividad. No me en-
cuentro en el poder para ase-
gurar ni realizar desde el mis-
mo y a travs del mismo, in-
tereses de bandera. Estoy aqu
para garantizar a todos ios
partidos Iguales derechos en la
justa cvica venidera. Com-
prendo que los miembros de mi
gabinete son polticos activos,
pero considero que debe cesar
la prctica de utilizar las po-
siciones del Estado para pro-
rr.over los intereses de grupo
en detrimento del bien comn
y que los despachos oiiciales
no deben convertirse en ofici-
nas partidistas. Como gober-
nante tomar, pues, medidas
eficaces, para/ que la adminis-
tracin pblica permanezca al
margen de la actividad polti-
ca. Debo agregar que la reali-
zacin de unas elecciones li-
bres y honradas no depende
tan slo del gobierno, sino tam-
bin del ?rado de cultura cvica
de los ciudadanos y de la n-
dole de los partidos en que s-
tos se agrupan. El fraude elec-
toral no se engendra slo en
los despacho: de la administra-
cin, sino tambin en las des-
viaciones de los funcionarios
electorales. No descuidar nin-
guna de las medidas de pre-
caucin que pueden adoptarse
para evitar en este aspecto las
prcticas deshonestas del pasa-
do. Aunque los vicios e lecto-
raies 'tienen largo arraigo y
es difcil extrpanos de inme-
diato, no hay duda de la efica-
cia que pueden tener medidas
de moralizacin respaldadas
por la autoridad del gobierno.
Contribuir a ello la circuns-
tancia de que la fuerza pblica
ha sabido elevarse a su funcin
de guardiana del orden cons-
titucional y las Instituciones
que lo Informan, como lo ha
demostrado en las recientes
Jornadas cvicas, ganndose asi
el respeto del pueblo y la ple-
na confianza de mi gobierno.
Debo repetir los' conceptos
que expres en das pasados al
asumir la Primera Magistratu-
ra de la Repblica, en relacin
con la poltica internacional
que se propone seguir mi go-
bierno. Dije entonces y me ra-
tifico hoy, que mi gobierno
pondr especial Inters y cui-
dado en hacer cada vez ms
estrechas y cordiales las bue-
nas relaciones que felizmente
cultivamos hoy con los pueblos
amigos y de manera muy espe-
cial con los pases de nuestro
Los Mejores Toreros De Mxico
Intervienen En "Tarde De Toros''
tabillzacin poltica produzca I continente americano. Aslmis-
if*>
- con -
CHARLES BOYER
LINDA DARNELL
MICHAEL RENNIE
CONSTANCE SMITH
"Cartas pk
Venenosas"
(THE 13TH LETTER)
La Calumnia en letras ponzoosas... des-
truye vidas y honor!... El drama de in-
trigas ms desconcertante y original...!
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MUSICAL EN COLORES!
QUE RICO BRINDIS DE AMOR!... UNA INTERESANTE
HISTORIA QUE LLENA LOS CORAZONES,
UNA LAGRIMA AL FINAL I
DORIS
GORDON
DAY- MACRAE
I.SS.S.A&IU mSSftr .J7r,. .!.-. ....
NELSON WYMORE AROEN DE WOLFE SAKAI1
ATENCIN.'
A todas las personas que asistan a esta magnifica
pelcula les ser obsequiado un sobredio que con-
tiene el exquisito 'TE TENDER LEAF."
ATRACCIN ESPECIAL, para aquellos que no la vieron
y todos los que quieran verla otra vez, presentamos
41
COOD OLD CORN"
La formidable comedia de Mack Sennctt que tan elogiosos
comentarios mereci en la noche de la inauguracin!
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
En la (ot especial arriba
publicada, aparecen los mas c-
lebres toreros de Mxico retra-
tados con el actor norteameri-
cano Robert Stack, en un re-
ceso durante la filmacin de
la aclamada cinta "Tarde de
Toros", qvie causa actualmente
gran revuelo en Nueva York y
la capital mexicana.
Entre los retratados podemos
distinguir a Luis Brlones, Luis
Castro (El Soldado), Ricardo
Torres, Alfonso Ramrez (Ca-
lesero!, Antonio Velsquez (el
nico), Andrs Blando, Robert
Stack (el astro del film), Juan
Estrada y Arturo Alvarez (El
Chicjrelin).
mo, mi gobierno respetar los
compromisos Internacionales
adquiridos por la. Repblica,
haciendo siempre Duea su pa-
labra.
Estas son, ciudadanos pana-
meos, habitantes 'todos de la
Repblica, las consideraciones
que en este momento he creido
conveniente exponer ante vos-
otros. Ya tendr oportunidad en
los dias venideros de llegar an-
te la opinin pblica por ios
distintos canales de la publi-
cidad para debatir los proble-
mas de la administracin, y
exponer el pensamiento de la
misma. Soy demcrata y tengo j
la ms honda conviccin en la I
capacidad de raciocinio de
nuestro pueblo. Creo que no se
puede gobernar sin la colabora-
cin de las diferentes corrien-
tes de opinin y que el gober-
nante debo or, antes que todo,
las voces que discrepan de su
propio criterio. La critica es
una forma de colaboracin con
el gobernante y yo sabr escu-
charla y aprovecharla. He di-
cho antes que son grandes la
dificultades para una accin
eficaz del gobierno y ahora de-
bo terminar diciendo que no
sabr superar essas dificulta-
des, sl no cuento con la cola-
boracin decidida del pueblo
panameo. Ayudadme todos a
construir una patria pobre,
magnifica y generosa".
MAANA CENTRAL
SENSACIONAL
MATINAL con
TARZAN
El Rey de la Selva
% en -
TARZAN AL
RESCATE

adems:
4 Cortos en Colores
-de-
DISN EY
*
GRAN RIFA
EXTRAORDINARIA
ENTRE TODOS LOS
QUE ASISTAN!
No se pierdan
el mejor
MATINAL
del ao!
PRECIO
NICO
25<
HOY!
La comedia de un Veterano
con Corazn Primaveral...!
ELDORADO
TARA QUE LA
CUA APRIETE''
- con -
LILIA DEL VALLE
DOMINGO SOLER
Ra con los apuros de un
Tenorio Otoal, a quien le
clavaron una cua en el
mismsimo corazn!...
Una historia que ensea a muchos algo que no deben
olvidar: "Que en Amor Siempre Gana la Juventud"...!
MIRCOLES
PRE-ESTRENO
Con la Sensacional Presentacin
de la Estrella de 1951
LETICIA PALMA
En la Pelcula
de su Consagracin
Definitiva...
4mmm
ULTIMO MINUTO!
EL
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
CON EL DESEO DE SERVIR
A SU PUBLICO. .
MAANA
PRESENTA
DESDE
CONDENADO!!
RELATO GRFICO DE LA SENSA-
CIONAL AUDIENCIA SEGUIDA AL
EX-PRESIDENTE
drARNULFO arias m.
Filmada por el
NOTICIERO PANAMA
Gran exclusiva del Teatro "PRESIDENTE"
Distribuida por "PEL1-MEX"
Ann SHERIDAN Dermis O'KEEFE
"AMOR QUE VUELVE"
Un drama repleto de violentas emociones!
CENTRAL
DANNV KAYE DINAH SHORE
y b BELLEZAS GOI.DWYN
- en -
"SOANDO
despierto:*
j (en colores)
El buen humor
Relevado a la
L ^mxima poten-
cia!...
BELLA VISTA
hm mil dulce co-
med muicl en
Tecnicolor I
Bettv
BUTTON
Fred
. ASTAIRE
'BAILEMOS. MI AMOR'
t^
TEATRO CECILIA =
Do hermanos Un distlntca como 1 agua
...y ti aceite... I
Loul HAYWARD Lea BOWMAN, en
"AGUAS QUE REGRESAN"
Adems: Robert Rockwell, an
"LA NOVIA DEL CRIMEN"
TEATRO TROPICAL
DELICIOSA I... EMBRIAGANTE!
MARAVILLOSA!...
_ V
Doria DAY Gordon MACRAE, ea
"TE PARA DOS'
EN TECNICOLOR!
TEATRO ENCANTO
Car? GRANT Joae FERRER
an -
"CRISIS"
- Adamia: -
Lana TURNER Ray MILLAND
- an -
"Pginas de Mi Vida"
2
TEATRO TIVOU_
Mara Antonlela Pons. en
"LA REINA DEL MAMBO"
Adems: Pedro Armendiriz
Susana Freyre, en
"LA LOCA DE LA CASA**
TEATRO IRIS
Prai Prado Dolly Sisters
Martha Roth Oacar Pulido, en
"Serenata en Acapulco"
Adems: Pedro Armendrlr. en
"ROSAURO CASTRO"
HISPANO
Tin Tan, en
"Msico, Foeta j Loco"
Arturo de Cordova, en
"BARRIO de PERDICIN"
VARIEDADES
ENRIQUE MUIO
El gran actor
argentino en
una pelcula
humana, dra-
mtica, plena
de suspenso!...
DE HOMBRE
A HOMBRE"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Criarlas Korvln Evelyn
Keyee, en
"MENSAJE DE LA
MUERTE"
- Adems: -
Glenn Ford Broderick
Crawford* en
"EL DESTINO MANDA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Continuacin de la Serie:
"Marte Invade La Tierra"
(4-51 Adems:
"SANGRE HPICA"
"LA FURIA DEL VALLE"
TEATRO EDISON
Harold Lloyd, en
"Semana Sis Mircoles"
- Adems: -
"LA CENICIENTA"
v/srgfi/viosA
"LA ESPADA FATAL"
(12-13) Adems:
"LA TRAMPA"
"EL MATN DE SEDAS"
PACIFICO
"Vuelve B Beeabrt
Mretelas*" >>
Adems:
"MISTERIO DE
ORIENTE"
"Justicia da Cawhey"
IDEAL
Brbara Stanwyck
Preston roster, en
TIRO RRXHJRO"
Adems:
"SALUDOS AMIGOS"
APOLO
Grandioso Doble I
"RINCN CRIOLLO"
Adems;
"LOS AMORES DE
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