The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SUNDAY, MAT 27, 151
TEN CEN
(U .8. Army photo by NEA Telephoto)
THROUGH THE VALLEY A tank-infantry team of the 25th Division moves thrown a
rn valley on "reconnaissance patrol, as counter-attacking UN troops cut the main sup-
ply route for Communists fighting in the south and east.
** (NEATelephoto>
S*nc power Clouds of smoke cover thhot gun barrels of tanks attached to the 2nd
ftri^Vi a? teeriiammTr at enemy troops sSme 2000 yards away. Action like this near the
Korean vUe of Sl"mal reversed the direction of Communist troops turning their attack
tato aneB retreat. (NEA Telephoto)
GLOBEMASTER CRASHES A trail of scattered wreckage
leads from this tree to the broken tall of the plane In
center background after the big Army transport crashed at
New Lisbon. Ind. The three-foot-thick tree was uprooted
and dragged 200 feet bv the plane. Five of the 12 aboard
were killed.
ONCE, NOT NOWBest-sell-
ing novelist Budd Schuherg,
testifying before the Houae-
Un American Activities
Committee, admitted that
he belonged to the Com-
munist Party in 18S7. He
said he broke wRh the Reds
in 1939.
i NEA Telephoto
HIGH WATER IN A HURRY Victims of the flash flood
whteh hlfc Hays. Kans.. in a metier o minutes, are taken to
safe eraynd in a rescue boat. A third of tlie town was cov-
*re rive oersons were killed and 2000 homeless in the area.
MEATY MOMENTClear in
hand, Price Stabilizer
Michael DiSalle makes a
point in his testimony be-
fore the House Agriculture
Committee in Washington.
The Committee is consider-
ing the controversial beef
price rollback dispute.
Peace Rumors Rampant In
Korea As Reds In Flight
'Lightning9 Joe Collins Tells
M'Arthur Ignored Directives
WASHINGTON. May 26. (Up)
General J. Lawton (Lightning)
Collins, Army Chief of Staff, said
today that General Douglas Mac-
Arthur once failed to abide by
the policy laid down on Korea,
and the Joint Chiefs of Staff
were afraid of his doing so a-
gain "In some' case of more se-
rious importance."
Testifying before the Senate
Committee investigating MacAr-
thur'g ouster. Collins repeated his
earlier charge that MacArthur
acted contrary to a Joint Chiefs
recommendation when he sent
American troops along with
South Koreans to the Manchur-
lan border last December.
A month after receiving this
recommendation. Collins said,
MacArthur sent Americans to the
Manchurian frontier. There they
were attacked by the Chinese
Reds.
Collins said MacArthur had the
power to make such a decision at
his own discretion, but as he had
plenty of time to do so he should
have consulted the Joint Chiefs
before acting contrary to their
recommendation.
Collins insisted he was not
charging MacArthur with insu-
bordination. But this border de-
cision was an Indication, "amone
many others, that MacArthur
did not agree with the Joint
Chiefs' basic policy of limiting
the fight.
When Senator Harry P. Cain,
'Good Neighbor Day'
Brings Colon Fair
To (lose Sunday
COLON, May 26.Sunday the
Colon Fair will be closing its
doors. The ceremony will take
place at. 5 p. m. and will be
presided over by ex-Minister
of Agriculture, Commerce and
Industry Ricardo Arlas I.
A varied and Interesting pro-
gram has been prepared by the
Fair committee with the co-
operation of the Canal Zone
authorities.
The day has been declared
Good Neighbor Day. The Unit-
ed States armed Forces will
be honored.
The program:
1.00 p. m. Model aircraft
contest, with prizes to the
winners.
2:30 p. m. Native dances by
the San Bias Indians.
3:00 p. m. Speech by the di-
rector general of the Fair, An-
tonio Tagaropulos, expressing
the gratitude of the Fair com-
mittee for the cooperation by
the Canal Zone, in general,
and the Fort Gullck Military
School and its students In
particular.
The Latin American students
from the Fort Gullck Military
-School will parade through
the Fair grounds.
At 4 p. m. there will be bicy-
cle races.
At 10 p. m. a grand ball will
be held at the 8trangers Club
In honor of her majesty, Queen
Gioconda I, and her court.
Two music concerts will be
offered lr. the afternoon, one
by the Fort Gullck Military
band, the other by the Banda
Republicana de Panam.
Concert Benefits
All Souls' Chopel
Professor Frans Manfredi will
present a concert of organ
music this evening at the
Cathedral of. St. Luke at 7 p. m.
He will play numbers by
Frescobaldi. Bach, Marcello,
Manfred. Franck and Dubols.
Mr. Manfredi will be assisted
by Mrs. Harry Loeffler -
prano.
so-
The public Is codlally Invited
to attend the concert.
A collection will be taken
and turned over to The All
Souls' Chapel and the Colum-
barium Fund.
R., Wash, recalled MacArthur
had testified that these acts were
military necessities. Collins de-
clared he was forced to say "it
wasn't necessary for the security
of the general's command to use
American troops at the Yalu Riv-
er."
He said MacArthur also disa-
greed with a Joint Chiefs' recom-
mendation that he should halt
Armilfo No Longer
Held Incomunicado
Al Crcel Modelo
Dr. Arnulfo Arlas, convicted
by the National Assembly and
barred from ever again holding
public office in Panama, today
was no longer being held Inco-
municado at the Crcel Modelo.
The announcement was made
yesterday by District Attorney
Carlos A. Lopez, of the Superior
Court.
The former president is pre-
sently being held under Lopez'
orders for possible filing of cri-
minal charges in connection with
the deaths of two police officers
In the recent Presidencia shoot-
ing.,,
Kon-Tiki
Seems some punlement
among the Yankees round
about why Arnelfo should have
spent his trial reading a book
about Kentucky.
It hat not been disclosed if the
criminal charges will be definite-
ly placed against Arias but since
his overthrow and subsequent
arrest investigations have been
conducted to determine the guilt
In the shootings of Lt. Col. Lez-
cano Gomez and Capt. Juan Flo-
res (both promoted posthumous-
ly) who were found dead inside
the'Presidencia after the surren-
der to the police of the Arnulfls-
tas.
A total of 16 others, most of
them Arnulflstas, also were killed
in the days of violence which cul-
minated in the Assembly dismiss-
al of Arnulfo and the installation
of Alclblades Arosemena as Pres-
ident to finish out the present
term.
Registration Day
Set For Summer
Jr. College Classes
Registration for the Canal
Zone Junior college Summer
Sesin of 1951 will be held In the
morning, afternoon and evening
(6:30-8:30) of Friday, June 8. in
the Junior ColUfce building
(third floor.)
Tuition must be paid in full at
the time of registration.
Classes will begin the follow-
ing Monday but only courses for
which there are at least 10 stu-
dents enrolled will be started. All
others will be cancelled. The
Summer Session will last eight
weeks with classes meeting on
Mondays. Tuesdays, Wednesdays
and Thursdays. Morning class
hours are 8. 10 and 11; evening
ones 5:30. 6:30 and 7:30.
Junior College Summer Ses-
sion classes will also be held In
the evenings on the Atlantic Side
in Crisctobal High School. An an-
nouncement of the courses to be
offered there will be made short-
ly.
\uto Workers
On Strike: They
Won't Wear Smocks
DETROIT. May .X. (UP)
Some M final assembly work-
ers at the Dodge main plant of
the Chrysler Corporation re-
fused to wear smocks at work
tedav and it.ate ether workers
had to be sent home.
The smocks were issued In
place of coveralls, which the
workers had requested.
The men said: "Nest It will
be eereU" and walked off.
his advance before reaching the
Yalu River.
Collins said pollcital conside-
rations had plenty to do with this
recommendation. "I am sure the
other members of the United
Nations thought we should use
South Koreans near the border."
Collins said MacArthur did not
make any specific request to
bomb the Red bases In Manchu-
ria, but repeatedly indicated that
he thought American air power
should be unleashed against the
Reds' privileged sanctuary.
He added that MacArthur at
first stated his air power could
stop Chinese relnforceme n t s
crossing the Manchurian frontier
Into Korea, then later reported
the terrain helped the Chinese
and reduced the air forces ef-
ficiency.
He said the unification of Ko-
rea, even if desirable, Is Imprac-
tical from all military points of
view.
But a ceasefire at the 38th Pa-
rallel would at least restore the
conditions prevailing at the out-
break of war, and the United
Nations would have succeeded In
"throwing back the aggressor."
He approved MacArthur's dis-
missal not for any one Incident,
but for the accumulated In-
stances of his "simply not agree-
ing" with Washington rulings.
Big Four Meeting
Chance Fades With
Soviet Ultimatum
PARIS, May 26 (UP(-Prospects
Of a Big Four Foreign Ministers
conference dropped almost to
zero today after a Soviet ulti-
matum that there would be no
point in such a meeting unless
it could discuss the Atlantic Pact
and United States bases in
Europe and the Middle East.
The West refuses to place these
topics on the conference agenda,
though there Is no objection to
the Foreign Ministers talking on
these subjects if they want to.
The foreign ministers' deputies
have been here since March 5
seeking agreement on an agenda.
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA, May 26 (UP) Peac.
rumors are as rampant on the battlefield here as in Wash-
ington, London and the United Nations.
But the infantrymen, tankers, artillerymen and en-
gineers are too busy chasing Communists into North Ko-
rea to do more than hope the rumors are true.
In Berlin the United States ambassador to Moscow.
Admiral Alan G. Kirk, said the Soviet Government had
made no direct or indirect approach to him on a possiblt
Korean settlement.
In Stockholm official Swed-
ish quarters are silent on re-
ports that millionaire Swedish
banker-sportsman Marcus Wal-
lenberg Jr. passed on a Russian
peace feeler to the Western
powers.
Kirk also said he knew of
no approach in Moscow to
either the United States or
Britain concerning the Ira-
nian crisis.
However, he noted that Rus-
sian planes had arrived In
Iran to combat a locust plague,
while American planes sched-
uled to do the same work had
not yet arrived.
South Korea meanwhile has
Issued an official declaration
that It will not accept any
ceasefire order that falls to
Italian Catholics
Gel Church Order To
Vole Against Reds
ROME, May 26 (UP) Italy's
municipal election campaign
closed today with final church
order to Catholics to vote
against the Communists In to-
morrow's balloting.
The election is supposed to be
a question of local Issues for
the 2,735 Communists voting, but
both sides have made the major
issue a flat choice between the
East and the West, Commun-
ism or Catholicism.
Three Cardinals. 20 archbi-
shops and bishops, and the Va-
tican newspaper Ossarvntore
Romano have told Catholics
they must vote against Com-
munism tomorrow and by im-
plication warned that support-
ing the Communists at the
polls means excommunication.
It will be the first major
electoral test In Italy since the
defeat of the Communists in the
April 1948 general elections.
unify the nation.. This met
mixed reaction.
In a virtual ultimatum both
to Its United Nations Alllei
and to its Communist enemies
the South Korean Government
said lt would continue the war
alone If necessary till the Deda
are decisively defeated and
North and South Korea united
under one flag.
This announcement seemed
certain to arouse the ire of
American and British state-
men who are reported to M
preparing a new peace pro-
posal, based on an Immediate
ceasefire and a later negotia-
tion of the unification pro-
blem.
A United Nations advUer
said he wished the South Ko-
rean Government would stop
Issuing public statements in
conflict with the declared poli-
cies of its allies, but added
with a shrug:
"We can't shut up the South
Koreans any more than Presi-
dent Truman could gag Gen-
eral MacArthur."
70 Red Divisions
Hurled Into Last
Korean Offensive
UNITED NATIONS, May
(UP) United NaUons Cos
mandlng General Matthew
Rldgway reported todav that
Communist forces in Korea
panded to more than 70 divlsic
for the start of their Ill-fat
spring offensive,
Rldgway has submitted the
20th report on Korean milita!
operations to the United Natlqp
Security Council.
Spanning with the period Apia
16-22 lt covers the start of
massive Communist offens]
which began April 23 and
turned back In a rout-like retreat
before American-led United Na-
tions might this week-
*ps
Science Takes a Look At Breakfasts m
And Discovers a Bun Can Be Crucial
By RICHARD KLEINER
NEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, May 26 (NBA).
A cinnamon bun with raisins has
reared its doughy head in scien-
tific circles. The result may
change breakfast habits from
toast to toast.
The Journal of the American
Dietetic Association has pub-
lished a cklorlc little piece called
'Effects of Breakfasts of Differ-
ent Sise and Content on Phy-
siologic Response o Men," or the
adventures of Willie, a cinnamon
bun with raisins.
The article la the result of a
research project at the State
University of Iowa, where they
take their breakfasts cereally.
The scientists decided to see if
a big breakfast was more health-
ful and more productive than an
average breakfast.
Before you lose your mind
waiting for the decision, the an-
swer Is no, lt Isn't. In fact, there
was some evidence that a normal
breakfast gave you more energy
than a big, sloppy breakfast.

The bill of fare for the Iowa
students who guinea-pigged the
experiment was pretty standard
stuff. The average-breakfast bat-
AFTER BREAKFAST like this,
he might as wef stay home.
was 1200 calories.
All the guinea
pigs went
ble to tell If you've had a decent
breakfast.
Choice reaction time means tha
time it takes you to make deci-
sions and act on them. Somehow,
the amount of toast and jam
you've had at 7:30 in the morn-
ing affects your mental alertness
at 11.
Blood sugar level Is the level
of sugar in the blood, or did you
know? That, too, is affected by
your breakfast egg Intake. So If
the amount of work you do dur-
ing the day.

Statistically, the results ara
rather involved. But they soft-
boil down to this: there was n
significant difference In the first
three tests. But In the work-
output department, 75 per oeaj
of the subjects did mosa W
with a smaller breakfast.
With typical scientific reserve,
no conclusions are reached. But
they are pretty obvious. If you
Insist on wolfing down seven
fried eggs, four strips of bacon,
a bowl of mush, a loaf of toast
and generous quantities of but-
ter, Jam, sugar, and creamyod
might as well stay home. You'll
be a total loss at the office.
While they were at the busi-
ness of dishing out breakfasts,
talion ate fruit, cereal, toast, and through four tests, to see which the Iowa scientists tried to ftf-
outfit did the best and, conse-
quently, which breakfast was
best. Thev were tested for neuro-
muscular tremor, choice reaction
time, blood sugar level and maxi-
mum work output.

Neu rom utcu lar tremor is a
measurement of how much your
muscles tremble after exercise
The scientists apparently feel
milk. Some had the equivalent
amount of bacon and eggs In-
stead of cereal, with a blob of
grape Jelly to make the two
breakfasts equal In calories.
But the heavy breakfast boys
had the cinnamon bun with rais-
ins, plus a Uttle more cereal 'or
bacon and eggs and grape Jelly i.
Calorlcally speaking, the basic
breakfast was 750 calories and
the large tcenomy-slze breakfast there's nothing like a good trem-
ure out if the cereal-easters were
better off than the bacon-and-
egg- eaters. They concluded that
there was no difference whatso-
ever. Eat whatever you like, Just
not too much.
Remember all this tomorrow
morning. Of course. If you ovet
sleep, forget it. At a time like
that. Just grab a cup of coffee,
and the devil with neuromuscuiar
tremor.


MOB tiro
ins SUNDAY AMERICA*
tJNDAY. MAT 17, 1MI
Yankees Win Sixth Straight 7-5 Behind Raschi
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JOE
by
WILLIAMS
Our new welterweight champion, Kid Gaviln, the black
;3pearl of the Antilles, features what Is known as the bolo punch,
pin-wheel which he starts from the floor. It gets Its name from
cutlass-like weapon used by workers in mowing down sugar
ine.
Actually It's an amateurish maneuver, depending upon speed
id surprise for effect. Against a smart opponent with a straight
left It Is useless. To boxing purists It Is a laugh. When you see
It you are reminded of an expression you used to hear as a boy...
''Ho fights like a washerwoman."
It isn. even original with the olly-halred Cuban. Ceierlno
Sarcia, who came out of the Philippines, was using It around
lere some 10 years ago. Chances are nobody would have paid any
sttentlon to It if the late Hypo Igoe hadn't dressed It up in the
catching title It now bears.
Gaviln threw It only three or four times In winning against
the disabled Johnny Bratton the other night, with results more
itcoratlve than destructive. Much more effective were Gavlln's
xrthodox rights and lefts. There Is no such thing as a new or
different punch In the prize ring. Punching is a fixed science
bused on speed, power and timing. Variations diminish rather
than heighten the effect.

I
AH, YESTHE OCCIPITAL PUNCH, TOO
Most famous of these, of course, was the solar plexus punch,
fancy pants name invented by Bob Edgren for Bob Fltzslm-
ions' solid smash to the stomach which shook Jim Corbett loose
rom the heavyweight championship. That's all it was, a clean,
ierce wallop to the midsectlon. But it caught on and became an
urlng part of ring language.
Corbett never liked it. For some odd reason he seemed to
resent the Edgren description more than the man who threw the
punch. First time I ever Interviewed Corbett was back home In
Memphis when he was doing a single in vaudeville at the old
Orpheum Theater on Main St. He spent most of the time putting
the zing on Edgren... "He was a hammer -thrower In college
arid is still a hammer thrower." he growled... He seemed to
:hjnk that being knocked out by a solar plexus punch Instead
of-a punch to the "bread basket" was a bellttlement.
It mav also have been Edgren who hung the "occipital
punch" i/ Gunboat Smith who liked to get In close and bang
away at the back of his opponent's neck. This one failed to
achieve lasting favor. It was much easier to say "rabbit punch,"
tijeugh the latter carries less meaning than the former. Appar-
ently you can go only so far In the high-brow league with box-
ing addicts.
* Kid McCoy had something which he called the "cork screw
punch."-1 never got to see It. Old-timers still salt their reminisces
win the cork screw. Seems he'd twlet his wrist just as the blow
loaded and supposedly the effect was similar to a bullet spread-
ing when It hits a target. Just how this would make a punch
more effective and what it would produce beyond added annoy-
ance Is hard to tell. Good way to sprain or break a wrist, I'd say.
.
:
AND KILBANK'S PATELLA PUNCH, OF COURSE
m I came up with one of these ostentatious things myself, the
"patella punch." Only mine was, conceived in satire. Nevertheless,
It "decided a world's championship.'Johnny Kllbane. over the
hiu and not In the best, of shape, was losing his featherweight
tiste to Danny Frush when, in desperation, he pulled the Eng-
lt^man into him and kneed him In the groin.
- The boys didn't wear the heavy machinery that Is standard
ec*(Cpment today, so when Kllbane gave Frush the knee, holding
orCIo his opponent's shoulders at the same time, he was prob-
Ik'aff able to put more force into the aetion than If he had hit
fist. Frush was badly hurt, never' did recover corn-
stopped, him in the seventh. The "patella
punch" was all that saved the Irishman's championship that
stbrmy daythat and a most tolerant referee, also Irish, who
pooceeded to view the distress of the stlcken Englishman with
poorly concealed delight.
i Georges Carpentler did his training in privacy or his fight
wfth Jack Dempsey. He was working on a secret punch. Even
trien the Frenchman was a veteran. But all of a sudden he had
discovered a new way to throw a punch. Pure hog-wash, of
ccfljrse. This was subterfuge to foil prying reporters. It was one
oSTex Rlckard's shrewdest ballyhoos. Result: The first mllllon-
cuUar gate.
! That's all these freak punches ever amount to. Ballyhoo. Pay
ni* attention to them. And the prize fighter who wants to go
pAces and do things pays less. The left hook, the ri').t cross
ami the heft jab remain the game's basic punches, just as the
fast ball, the curve and the change-of-pace are the rock bed of
pitching, for all you hear of the slider, the flutter ball and the
what not.
Indians Move With Easter, To They
Are As Strong As His Weak Knees
lQf with a
-llily and Kilbane
Things to do
before your trip..,
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK. May 26. (NEA)
The Indians' best friends will tell
you they wouldn't go too far
without Luscious Luke Easter.
The gigantic first baseman is
the Cleveland club's big thump
and natural leader.
Knee Injuries have retarded
Easter, or rather he has progress-
ed despire them.
The last one. suffered in St.
Louis, Apr. 28. kept him out of six
series.
The fear Is that It may be re-
current, and with all the pitch-
ing, that could be fatal to the
ambitious Tribe's chances.
Easter is that important.
Easter is no Eddie Waltkus in
the field, but he's considerably
more adequate.
Orestes Mioso at first played
first base acceptably when Eas-
ter was sidelined, but shortly af-
ter the Havana Special was swap-
ped to the White Sox. Al Lopez
replaced Second Baseman Rober-
to Avila with Snuffy Stlrinweiss
to stabilize the infield.
Suitcase Simpson, the young
outfielder up from thei>aclfic
Coast League, had never played
first base, you see. and Manager
Lopez felt he required the steady-
ing influence of the old Yankee.
Easier fractured his right
kneecap in a collision with Latry
Doby In an exhibition game In the
spring of 1949. yet tore down
fences in 80 games with the San
Diego Coasters.
At the end of that run. and on
the advice of surgeons, he retired
to drydock for repairs, was able
to get In 21 games with the In-
dians at the finish.
Easter was- as sound as the
Chase National Bank last trip,
when he proved himself a major
leaguer and then some with
28 home runs and 107 runs-bat-
ted-in.
But Big Luke found himself
knee deep In trouble again this
.P'-lng this time on the other
leg.
First, in an lntra-squad game
In Tucson, he suffered two chip-
ped bones and a jammed elbow
when a runner ran into him as
he reached for a thrown ball.
Next, reaching for a thrown
ball on a wet field In an exhibi-
tion with the Giants, his front.
or left, leg gave way.
A pulled muscle in the bark of
the leg but him In the dugout lor
a week.
Easter favored this division of
his spindly underpinning from
then on, and the toughest break
of all came in the Indians' first
appearance at Sportsman's Park.
Returning to the bag and tum-
ing preparatory to taking a
throw from Avila, he turned the
left knee nnd fell flat on his face
just as though he had been shot.
The knee puffed up like a poi-
soned pup.
A pulled cartilage kept him out
until he asked to play against the
Yankees. May 18. did so against
the admonition of Trainer Wal-
ly Bock.
Luke Easter's knees have the
Indians on theirs fervently
hoping that all six feet four and
35 pounds of him remains in one
piece.
K.C. Trophy To Be Awarded
To 200 Meter Event Winner
SWIMMING ACES Left to right are Marilyn Ford, Arlene
Schmidt, Elaine Kelly and Helen Edwards. Standing behind
the girls Is Coach John Pettlngill. These girls are all aspirants
for the Knights of Columbus Trophy to be offered the win-
ner of the 200-meter free style event on Memorial Day at the
Balboa Swimming Pool.
THE BEAUTIFUL Knights of Columbus award will be pre-
sented to the. winner of the women's free style 200-meter
event on Memorial Day at the Balboa Pool.
The 200 meter free style is only one event of a thirty-one
event swim card which also features swimming for novices,
juniors. Intermediates and senior boys and girls.
This event the 200 will be a hard fought close one
with many swim experts predicting Marny Dryden's record
for this event will be broken this year.
Swimming this event will be last year's popular title
holder, Arline Schmidt, also Elaine Kelly. Helen Edwards,
Merry Mullen and Marilyn Ford.
On the other hand the. Republic of Panama's members
in the 200 meter can upset the apple-cart and romp off with
the Knights of Columbus Trophy.
. Incidentally, no entries of any kind are required In the
Memorial Swim meet,
at
mortal Swim meet Those Interested should simply report
the Balboa Pool at 2:00 pjn. ahd Indicate the events you
wish to participate in.
you

luluel Dividends
'uan Franco
FIRST RACE
!Golden Babe $5, $2.40, $2.20.
'!Pesadilla $5, $2.40.
.:- Bijagual $2.20.
SECOND RACE
! Riomar $3.60, $2.60, $2.20.
- Bfalo $4, $3.60.
- Juan Hulncho $2.60.
First Doubles:
(Golden Babe-Riomnr) $.20.
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THIRD RACE
Marsellesa $2.60, $2.20.
Hortensia $2.20.
One-Two:
(Marsellesa-Hortensla)
$6.80.

FOURTH RACE
' Luck Ahead $27.80, $14, $7.
-Don Joaqun $3.60, $2.40.
Fonseca $3.20.
Quiniela: (Lock Ahead-Don
Joaqun $46.84.
FIFTH RACE
Gorsewcod $5.80, $4.20.
Montlellto $6.40.
SIXTH RACE
1 Mllros $8.20, $3.60. $2.80
- -Gran Dla $2.80, $2.40.
-Alfonslto $2.40.
SEVENTH RACK
1Betun $8, $2.40.
2 Silver Fox (e) $2.40.
Second Doubles :
(Milros-Betun) $37.69.
EIGHTTtACE
1Golden Tip $3.80, $2.60.
~ Batan $2.60.
Quiniela:
iolden Tip-Batsn) $7.40.
Isthmian Branches:
Balboa
Panam
Cristbal
NINTH RACE
1 Sand wood $2.60, $2 20, $2 20
2Atason $3.80, $2.20.
3Lacey $2.20.
One-Two :
(Sandwood-Atason) $1.
TENTH RACE
1Embustero $11.20. $5.80 $2 2P
2-Peggy $5.60, $2.20.
3Politico $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Baby Rol $3.40, $2.20.
2Helen B. $2.20.
Bill Would Lei
Bald Eagle Scream
WASHINGTON. May 26 (NEA)
Rep. Homer Angel (R. Ore.)
Introduced a bill In Congress to
extend federal protection of the
bald eagle to Alaska.
The c o n B r essman's action
points up a farcical situation
which subjects a hunter to a $50
tine for killing aii eagle in the
United States proper, but pays
him a two-dollar bounty for the
same act in Alaska.
Some 4320 bounties were paid
in 1950, mostly to fishermen, who
regard the eagle as a predator of
unspawned salmon.
There is no evidence to support
such a belief.
Carrasquel Helps
Fight Commies
CHICAGO, May 36 (UP)
(NEA i -When White Sox fans
decided to give Chico Carrasquel
a "Day," everybody got into the
act including the Venezuelan
government "and the United
States Department of State.
Tuna Moves Like
An Express Train
ST. ANN BAY, N.S. May 26,
(NEA) Many have experienced
the thrill of hooking- a tuna.
One of the best descriptions
came from Cmdr. Duncan Hodg-
son, world bluefln angling cham-
pion.
After breaking the world rec-
ord with a capture of a 977-
pounder off St. Ann Bay last
September, the Montreal naval
officer had this to say:
"All hell broke loose when the
tuna struck.
"It was like tying on to the tail
end of a high-balling express
train!"
The sizzling young shortstop
was given $5,000 in cash, a sta-
tion wagon and other gifts.
The governments took Interest
in the occasion In an effort to
combat communism and juve-
nile delinquency In Venezuela
by pointing to the success of an
underprivileged Caracas youth
In a free country.
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1st Race"D" Natives1 Mile
Purse: $300.00Pool Closes: 11:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Mr. Espinosa G. Sanchez 109
2Romntico V. Castillo 112
3Raymond J. Contreras 114
4Proton A. Valdivia ISO
5Hoy es 1 Dla J. Phillips 114
6Casablanca J. Avila 116
2nd Race"F-i" Natives1 Mile
Second Race of the Doubles
1Resorte V. Castillo 114
2Eclipse H. Reyes 102x
3Pajarito J. Contreras 115
4El Mono J. Baeza Jr. 117x
5Domino B. Agulrre 12ft
6Don CatallnoM. Guerre. 120
Vic Chalks Up Eighth;
White Sox Blank Indians
By United Press
NEW YORK, Miry 26 The Yankees today racked
up their sixth consecutive victory behind Vic Raschi who
turned in a nine-hitter while winning his eighth game
against one defeat. The Athletics were the victims and
went down to a 7-5 loss. i
3rd Racfe-'F-Z' Natives4*4 Fr*.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes: 1:4$
One-Two
1Dandy) R. Ycaza lOOx
2Jota) R. Oomes 108
3Con Dinero C. Iglesias 109
4Contrabando B. Agulrre 110
5Pon la Olla C. Rui 115
6Mene Chavez lOOx
7Campesino V. Ortega 117
4th Race"I" Imported4', j Fgs.
Purse: SS76.00 Pool Closes: 2:20
Quiniela
1Hanna
2Isjero
3Reasoning
4Haste Star)
5Tetravera)
6Costina
7Beach Sun
8Celaje II
9Certa H
10Valeblza
C. Ruis 110
B. Agulrre 110
A. Phillips 117
J. Contre. 117
E. Silvera 120
E. Darlo 101
V. Castillo 114
F. Caballero 106x
H. Reyes 99x
A. Enrique lOSx
Raschi struck out three batters
to increase his total strikeouts to
41. Two of the throe strikeouts
were against Ous Zernlal. Carl
Schelb, who relieved losing pitch-
er Dick Fowler in the second in-
ning turned in a good relief job
holding the Yanks to four hits
in slx-and-two-thirds Innings.
Yankee first baseman Joe Col-
lins had to. leave the game with
a muscle Injury. The AAA's
catcher Ray Murray was injured
on his right hand.
The Brawns knocked the Tig-
ers another game further out of
first place by edging them 3-2.
Kennedy was the winning pitch-
er while Dizzy Trout was the los-
er. The Browns' Mat Batts clout-
ed a homer in the first inning.
The Red Sox continued their
onslaught on the Benators pitch-
ing. This time they blasted San-
dallo Consuegra and Joe Haynes
for 12 hits and an 11-1 victory.
Wlllard Nixon scattered eight
hits for his third triumph with-
out a loss.
Ken Holcombe tossed a neat
five-hitter for a 5-0 victory over
the dlssapolntlng Indians. Mike
Garcia was the losing hurles. The
win for Holcombe was his fourth
against one setback.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Johnny Sain ended the Braves
four-game losing streak by win-
ning a 12-10 victory over the
Dodgers. However, the Dodger
pitchers' lack of control more
aided the Brave cause than
Saln's effectiveness.
The Dodgers unleashed a se-
ven-hit attack with two out in
the ninth and almost pulled the
fame out of the fire. There were
wo men on bases when the final
batter Cal Abran lined
out.
The Braves scored six runs off
inning and never lost command
thereafter.
Included among the seven hits
were two homers by Dulce
Snider and Roy Campanellai
Snider also hit another round
tripper earlier in the contest-
Earl Torgeson and Slbby Sistl
homered for the Braves.
In the only other daytime Nat
tlonal League game the Cub
edged the Pirates 5-4 in ten in-
nings. Burgess hit his first hornet
Of the season. Johnny Schmlts
was the winning pitcher and
the loser.
The Giants and Phillies and
the Reds and Cardinals were
scheduled to play night games, J
Bad Ankle
Is Bugaboo At
Notre Dame
NOTRE DAME. Ind.. (NEA)
Injured ankles have proved the
biggest bugaboo to Notre Dame
athletic success this year.
Billy Barrett, outstanding half-
back, was sidelined for mosO
of the season. In basketball. Don,
Strasser. veteran playmaker, wae
in only three games.
Now, Id baseball, Dick Gledllnj
All-America choice at first base
last year, and hard-hitting Jim
Gibbons have been put on the
bench for the season, each with!
a bad ankle.
DRAWING CARD
Cleveland (NEA) The
Browns of the National Foot-
ball League expect the largest)
crowd of the season to attend
the game with the Chicago
three Dodger hurlers in the first Bears, Nov. 2.
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5th Race"A" Imported1 Mile
Purse: $1,000Pool Closes: 1:55
1Main Road J. Contreras 108
2Welsh Loch B. Pulido 111
3Camaru F. Jaramillo 104
4Dictador) J. Rodriguez 110
5Pinard) A. Phillips 119
6P. Apollo B. Aguinre 111
6th Race'D' Imported6'. i Fgs.
Purse: $500.00Pool Closes: 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1Riding East) J, Contre. 112
2Fanglo)
3 Tip Top
4Walrus
5Delhi
6Paques
7S. Domino
8Dancscourt
R. Gomez 112
V. Castillo 112
B. Pulido 116
E. Silvera 105
A. Enrique lOlx
B. Agulrre 112
H. Reyes lOlx
7th Race"D" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Espartano B. Moreno 114
2Gaywood V. Ortega 120
3Mimo A. Phillips 120
4Daiquiri J. Contreras 113
5Wild Wire B. Agulrre 11
8th Race"I" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse; $375.00Pool Closes: 4:4
Quiniela
1LJm Lass J. Baeza Jr. I03x
2Tltom M. Hurley 110
3Count Wesslyn E. Darlo 102
4Antecede b. Pulido 112
5Gold Cylle) h. Reyes lOOx
6Tartufo) j. rU|Z 115
7Ventre a Terre R. Gom. 120
8Identificada A. Vasques 103x
9DarkDelite E. Silvera 100
9th Race'F' ImportedV/% Fgs.
Purse: $500.00Pool Close.: 5:15
One-Two
1Paragon B. Agulrre 114
2Cantaclaro V. Castillo 114
3Suavo v. Ortega 120
4Galante II J. Contreras 110
5Carmela II M. Arosem. 112
6Miss Fairfax B. Moreno 112
10th Race"B" Imp.K Fgs.
Purse: $750.00Pool Closes: 5:40
1Newmlnster J. Contre. 112
2Avenue Road J. Phillips 111
3Rathln Light J. Avila 122
4Full b. Agulrre 112
11th Race"I" Imp.H Fgs.
Purse: $375.00-Poo| Closes: xxx
1Armeno b. Pulido 112
. anchopaja B. Agulrre 120
3Salcedo v. Ortega 112
Don Toto J. Contreras 108
Juan Franco Tips
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i~ roton Raymond
JDon CaUlino Domino
3Dandy () Contrabando
4lulero Haate Star (e)
f*!,oebu Apollo Main Road
4 Riding East (e) Silver Domino
7Mimo lid Wire
8Ventre a Terre Dark Dellte
9Cantaclaro Paragon
ItFell Newmlnster
11Ranchopaja Armeno
ONE Best Full
National League
Teams Won Lost Fet.
Brooklyn XI 14 .600
St. Louis .... 18 18 .529
Chicago.....It 1$ -529
Boston.....19 IS .514
New York ... 18 It .486
Cincinnati ... It 19 .457
Philadelphia It It .457
Pittsburgh .... 15 20 .429
Nirht games not included.
YESTERDAY'S. RESULTS
Boston 620 040 000-12 14 1
Brooklyn 120 0C0 005-10 IS t
Sain (2-5), Estoca. (9) and St.
Claire. King (4-2), Van Cuy (1-),
Krsklne (1-3, Hatten ($), Hauf-
stad ($), Branca (7), Bankhead
(9) and Campanella.
(Ten Innings)
Pittsburgh til ttt 10104 X X
Chicago 402 100 10015 S t
Law, Werle (7), Walsh (0-2)
(9) and McCullough, Fitzgerald
(7). Klippatein, Leonard (9),
Srhmltz (2-2) (It) and Burgess.
New York at Philadelphia.
(Night Game).
Cincinnati at St. Louis.
(Night Game).
American League
Teams
New York X5
Chicago ... XI
Boston.....19
Detroit It
Washington ... 15
Cleveland 1$
St. Leels .... 19
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and Berra.
St. Louis 100 000 0113 5 0,
Detroit 900 100 001X t,
Kennedy (1-1) and Batts*.
Trout (2-4i, Cain (9) and Gins-
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minute mile, harness racing's
home run with the bases load-
ed, has been made 456 times,
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Count Turf, No Longer Neglected,
To Go After Ritzy Belmont Triple
. By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK. May 2fl (NEA)
For reasons best known to Jack .J.
Amlel and 8ol Rutchlck. Count
Turl wasn't entered in The
Preakness at Plmllco, May 19,
not even as a supplementary.
That goes for the first four in
the Kentucky Derby, as a matter
of fact, the others being, in order
gf finish, Royal Mustang, Ruhe
and Phil D.
It wasn't because Owner Amlel
dldnt consider Count Turf good
enough, for the Derby winner is
eligible for five stakes, every-
thing Trainer Rutchlck might
care to have the bay colt tackle
at Belmont Park's spring meeting.
Re's nominated for the Rose-
ben Handicap at six furlongs,
June 6; the Peter Pan Handicap,
June 9, and, of course, the $100,-
000 Belmont Stakes at a mile and
a half, the true Derby distance,
June 16.
No longer grossly neglected, as
he was at Churchill Downs,
Count Turf, provided he remains
sound, is to be sent after the fa-
shionable Belmont Stakes and
the Lawrence Realisation at a
mile and five-eighths in the fall.
The Behnont Triple is vastly
more demanding than the Triple
Crown, which was never thought
of until racing writers started
writing about It in mor* recent
years.
You dont even have to be a
young old-timer to know that
sore Sir Barton launched the Tri-
ple Crown vogue in 1919.
Yet eight horses have wrapped
up the Derby, Preakness id Bel-
mont Stakes, the' others belrig
Oallant Fox in 1980, Omaha In
35, War Admiral in "37, WMrl-
away In '41, Count Fleet in '43,
Assault in '46 and Citation In '48.
This sprjng will see the 76th
running of the Withers and the
83rd edition of the Belmont
Stakes, first run in 1867. The
59th galloping of the Lawrence
Realization takes place in Sep-
tember.
These classics go way back
there,- brother.
Yet only two horses have
wrapped them upthe lmmorUl
Man o' War in 1920 and hooded
Zev three years later. ____
Even unbeaten Colin didn't do
Kin 1908.
A number of horses have cap-
tured two legs, but only the two
all three. Colin bagged two, for
example. Fair Play, the sire of
Man o\War, placing behind him
on each occasion. Fair Play cop-
Hd the Laurence Realisation
The Belmont Triple follows the
English pattern, the Withers be-
ing the equivalent of the 2000
Oulneaa, the Belmont Stakes
matching the Epsom Derby, the
Lawrence Realization the St. Le-
ger.
There you have a spread of
three-fourths of a mile. A horse
has to be mighty adaptable, stand
training from spring to fall.
There Is only three-eighths of
a mile difference between The
Preakness at a mile and three-
sixteenths and the Belmont
Stakes and the races for the
Triple Crown are closely bunch-
ed.
A come-from-behlnd horse can
get hot and win them.
He has to stay that way and be
able to win from a mile to a mile
and five-eighths to win the Bel-
mont Triple.
Brush-Back Pitch Is Hard To Detect;
Vance Threw At Batter's Tender Shins
Bill Holland
By CHESTER L. SMITH
NEA Special Correspondent.
NEW YORK, May 26 (NEA)
Ford Frlck was talking about the
brush-back pitch.
"In one way," said the presi-
dent of the National League, "it's
a perfectly legitimate part ol a
pitcher's stock In trade to
throw close to a batter and force
him to give ground.
"But It's still a dangerous bit
of strategy.
'No man can have perfect con-
trol of a baseball.
"If that were possible, we'd
know every time a batter was hit
that It was Intentional, and we
could hand out the punishment
to fit the offense."
Some one said: "Remember
Dazzy Vance? He was right up
there with Walter Johnson, Lefty
Grove and the rest of the flre-
ballers.
"Well, or Dax had the only
foolproof brush-back I've ever
seen. At least It wouldn't bang
you on the head, which Is the
danger spot. Dai threw at the
batter's shins. He called It mak-
ing them jump the rope.
"It was mighty effective, too,
because that's a tender part of
fellah's anatomy. He'll get out of
the way in a hurry.
"Daz said he felt better about
handling the situation that way
because he knew If he conked a
batter on the head the guy
wouldn't get up.
"I have often wondered why
other pitchers didn't copy him."
The Giant and the Dodgers
have a long-accumulated rivalry,
and In this Instance, they had
the stlng of a long losing streak
plaguing the Giants, and tending
to make them cantankerous.
It may or may not have been a
coincidence that Jackie Robinson
became the key figure. Leo Du-
rocher took out after Robbie last
summer, never let up.
Robinson retaliated by doing
more to wreck the Giants than
any other single player they
faoed.
Which was an ideal setup for
the renewal of the spatting this
spring. ...
Robinson used the long-fami-
liar bunt ruse to even the score
with Sal MagUe.
This is the bunt along the first-
base line that the pitcher has to
field, thus, putting himself in
position to be run down by the
batter.
It is a hard charge to pin on a
man unless the situation calls
for anything but a bunt.
That happened in the Ameri-
can League some, years ago. A
long-standing ruckus between a
pitcher and one of his victims
came to a head when the latter
laid down a perfect bunt, trapped
his quarry on the baseline and
hit him with all the vigor of a
tackle on the charge. There was
only one catch.
The pitcher held the ball.
The runner was out.
And it was the final putout of
the game.
And the runner's team hadthe
bases full and was trailing by one
run.
The league president didn't
have toactln this caae.
The losing manager took com-
plete control. ___________
Barred By AAA,
Holland Turns
To Stock Cars
LANOHORNE, Pa. (NEA)
Suspended for a year by the
American Automobile Association
for competing in an unsanctloned
meet last fall. BUI Holland has
taken up stock-
car piloting on
a serious basis.
The Reading,
Pa., driver, who
hasn't finished
lower than sec-
ond In the 500-
mile Indianap-
olis Speed way
classic since
1947 and won
the event in '49.
transferred his
i speed activities
to stock cars
when the AAA
ban become effective. He has
signed to drive special racing cars
in International Motors Contest
Association events in the mid-
west next fall.
In five events sponsored by the
National Association for Stock
Car Auto Racing prior to the
Langhorne race, Holland did well
enough to hold down 13th rank-
ing nationally.
Four Teams Ready
To Go In Pacific
Hoop Championship
Four teams are raring to go In
the Pacific Side Basketball
League, and expectations are
that there wjll be a fifth team
and possibly a sixth by opening
night, which has been tentatively
set for June 10, 1951 at the Bal-
boa Gymnasium.
Such stars as Wally Trout, No.
1 Canal Zone Scholastic ace, Jim
Brady, mainstay of the Balboa
High School quintet, Albrook
Field's Karl Parcell, one of the
greatest players the Pacific Side
Basketball Loop fans have ever
had the privilege of seeing per-
form, the old mainstay from the
Gold Coast Fernando Tom, Ray
Simmons, and Max Welch will all
be seen in action during the
coming season.
A meeting has been called by
Prexy Bob Berger for Monday
evening, May 28 at 6:00 p.m., at
the Balboa Gymnasium with
final plans to be Ironed out for
the forthcoming basketball sea-
son. All interested participants
of the league are urged to be on
hand for this Important meet-
ing.
Youngest Tennis Queen At Sweet 16,
Coast Predicts For Its Nifty Maureen
By JAMES A. BCRCHARD
NEA Special Correspondent
NEW YORK. (NEA) A sure-
fire tennis queen in the making,
perhaps destined to become the
youngest national w o m e n's
hamplon in history.
This latest prodigy from Cali-
fornia's bounteous racket cradle
is Maureen Connolly, chunky San
Diego ball buster, who won't be
17 until Sept. 17.
She's already cracked the first
10, bringing up the foot of that
sacred circle.
All the higher-ranking gals aay
he can't miss going all the way.
Just the other day. Maureen
came from behind to whip Nancy
Chaf fee for the Southern Califor-
nia crown, 3-6. 6-3, 6-4. It was
her fourth straight victory over
Miss Chaffee. sixth ranking and
holder of the national indoor ti-
tle.

Fly To Rescue
Of Duck Factory
By NEA Service
HANNA. Alberta, May 26 (NEA)
Ducks Unlimited fleldmen and
air prews saved a pintail duck
factory near Hanna from possi-
ble flood damage.
Run-off water created by the
heavy snowfall of the late winter
months washed away a part of
the 2100-foot-long earthflll dam
at Willowbend.
Rising water and mud pre-
cluded the possibility of bringing
in sandbags by ground. Flying a
small single-engine ship at an
extremely low altitude. Al James
of Brooks headed for the dam
loaded with sandbags and Fred
Sharp, southern Alberta project
manager at Ttlley, as official
bombardier.
As the plane made its first pass
at an altitude more suited to
landing and barely enough speed
to prevent stalling. Ted Burkell,
Ducks Unlimited district mana-
ger at Hanna. watched Jairas
bank his ship slightly and Sharp
lean out the dt\r to release the
first sandbag.
It was a necessary added risk
In order for the bag to clear the
tall assembly and post struts.
Burkell tossed the bag* into
8lace to halt the flow through
le break, while the plane circled
.to come over for another pass.
Several plane loads and 140
pa: ; later the break was en-
tlr:'v repaired, and Willowbend ] underway at 4:45 p.m. at the Pc-
i headed for a bumper crop dro Miguel Post Office, thirty -
i.nall. 'five competitors have entered.
Maureen grabbed her first
championship at 10. a few
months after taking up the game.
Two years back, at 14. she cap-
tured the U.S. girls' diadem with-
out dropping a set.
No younger girl ever had won
it, not even Helen Wills.
FOURTH GIRLS' TITLE
Maureen can do better than
that. If she grabs the women's
championship at Forest Hills this
year, she'll be the youngest play-
er in history to attain that goal.
In 1923, when she upset Molla
Mallory. Miss Wills was 17.
Maureen won't reach that age
until 14 days after the national
solo battles are concluded In Sep-
tember.
Nobody In the men's division
lia equalled that 17-year-old
record set by Miss Wills. Nearest
to It were Oliver Campbell, Rich-
ard Sears. Robert Wrenn and
Ellsworth Vines, all 19 vVien they
first speared the national title.
Maureen figures to take the
girls' ermine four times before
graduating Into the women's
ranks for good.
That would wipe out the three-
time mark now held by Sarah
Palfrey.
Maureen grew up around the
corner from a playground where
Wilbur Folson reigned as pro. He
gave Maureen her Inaugural les-
sons. Today her mentor Is Elea-
nor Tennant. famed as Alice Mar-
ble's tutor.
NOT QUITE TALL ENOUGH
Blond, brown-eyed Maureen
has about all the equipment a
tennis champ needs, including
concentration, a dependable back
hand and fine footwork. She at-
tributes her footwork to ballet
dancing-
Miss Connolly's one weakness,
if any is her service. She stands
only five feet, four inches, not
Suite tall enough for a blasting
ellvery.
Now a senior at Cathedral High
In San Diego with UCLA next on
her educational program, Mau-
reen is backed by a wealthy Cal-
ifornia sportsman.
She hoped to compete at Wim-
bledon next month, but her
home association feels she's a bit
on the youthful side for foreign
play.
Next year, however, she'll get
her chance.
Maureen will compete in the
eastern turf court campaign in
July, a prime Wightman Cup
candidate as well as a national
threat.
Last year, at 15. Maureen Con-
nolly almost dumped Bev Baker
in the Maidstone final, carried
Doris Hart to 7-5 at Forest Hill*.
Miss Hart went all the way to
the final against the reigning
champion, Mrs. Margaret duPont.
Cleveland Prefers
A. L. Hockey
CLEVELAND. (NEA) The
Cleveland Hockey Club has a
farm system as good as most of
the National League teams.
But the Barons don't want to
get In the big leagues. Expense
would be higher, salaries more,
and yet they wouldn't be able to
lure many more fans. Most of
their fans prefer a winner In the
American League to a loser In
the National. And Cleveland pro-
bably would be a loser the first
few years In the National.
Dick Chapman Wins
British Amateur
PORTHCAWL, Wales, May 28
(UP). Dick Chapman ef the
United SUte* today beat his
countryman Charles Coe five
and four after their 36-hole
match for the British Amateur
Golf Championship.
The methodical Chapman,
who twice before had been
beaten in the finals of the
British Amateur Golf Tourna-
ment, reached the halfway
mark with a two-up lead over
his Oklahoma City rival.
What One Man
Can Do Shown
By Carrasquel
Bq HARRY QRAYSON
NBA Sports Editor
NEW YORK May 26 (NEA)
With Mickey Mantle.. and Gil
McDougald, the new kids, the
Yankees fly.
The Indians were no closer to
the Yankees than seven runs In
their first three meetings this
season, yet Al Lopei believes the
revitalized White Sox have
more over-all speed.
"Jim Busby, the new center
fielder, will lead the league In
stolen bases," predicts Manag-
er Lopez.
"He perhaps has not yet earn-
ed the reputation, but we dealt
the Chicago club a remarkable
ball player in Orestes Minoso.
I doubt that even the extra-
ordinary Mantle boy in any
swifter.
"Bob Dllllnger undoubtedly
will play third base. His pur-
chase from the Pirates frees Mi-
noso for the outfield, and gives
Paul Richards another threat
on the bases.
"Carrasquel, Lehner, Baker,
Zarllla and Fox have above-
average speed. Gus Niarhos and
Phil Masl get around for catch-
ers."
Awakening the White Sqx
Frank Lane did a tremendous
Job for the American League.
Had the potential giant conti-
nued to slumber, the 50th an-
niversary of the Junior circuit
harly would have been golden,
the Browns and Athletics being
In the shape they are, and hav-
ing nothing much at which to
look forward.
The Indiana played to 65,406
paid admissions in three days
at Comlskey Park, terrific In the
face of the previous figures, 37,-
707 for a Sunday double-header.
If there ever was a spot lor
a Negro player It was Chicago's
south side, and the agile Mi-
noso and his .375 batting aver-
age immediately caught on like
a prairie fire.
Much credit for the White
Sox' resurgence goes to Chico
Carrasquel, who so well Illus-
trates what one man can do
for a side.
Here Is the one case where
someone put something over on
Branch Rickey.
The Mahatma, then speaking
for the Dodgers, was trying to
peddle Sam Jethroe and Dan
Bankhead, or both, to General
Manager Lane a year ago last
winter. Lane wasn't Interested.
Going Into his best sales
pitch, Rickey rattled off the
names of a number of Brook-
lyn farm hands, told Lane he
could have any one of them for
$35.000.
Lane stopped him when his
tongue slipped, and he said Car-
rasquel.
White Sox scouts had seen
the Venezuelan play shortstop
for Fort Worth, too.
Only three members of the
White Sox Floyd Baker, Ran-
dy Gumpert and Howie Judson
boast of more than two years'
experience with the party.
Frank Lane hasn't sat still.
And In Paul Rapier Richards
he brought In a resourceful
manager well seasoned In' the
minors.
Sweeping the two-game set
In Boston, Richards sent in Bil-
ly Pierce to pitch to the left-
hand hitting Ted Williams in
the ninth, moved Harry Dorlsh
to third base while the south-
paw helped big boy pop to the
shortstop.
Dorlsh then returned to the
mound to finish the chore.
So for the first time In the
memory of the oldest Inhabit-
ant a pitcher played another
position while another looked
after a certain hitter.
Those who know Paul Rich-
ards best will tell you that the
White Sox will continue to run
and do the unexpected.
Ambulance To Be
At Disposal Of
Athletes May 30
Major General George Rice.
Health Director. Panama Canal
Health Bureau has placed at the
disposal of the La Boca Play-
ground an ambulance which will
accompany the competitors dur-
ing the running of the Unlsport
Memorial Day Marathon from
Pedro Miguel to La Boca.
Dr. H. Deerlng. School Phyel-
rlan. will be the good Samaritan
on the highway to administer to
the weak of heart during the
gruelling 7-mile endurande teet.
For the marathon, which gets
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blending.
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41 races at Florida tracks the
past winter.
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Banana Split Is Solid Eating
HY GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Staff Writer
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OLD-FASHIONED BANANA SPLITloaded with nutrition.
Good fun can be Rood nutrition,
too. Banana splits are an exam-
ple.
The combination of ripe bana-
nas with their vitamin A and
high calorie count and ice cream,
actually a dairy food, with its
cream, milk and milk solids, con-
taining calctum, phosphorus and
tirotein, carries quite a food wal-
op.
80 enjoy yourself. Let the
youngsters come In on the fun,
too. Go down to the store and buy
various ice cream flavors in bulk,
assemble the splits and garnish
with nuts, fruit and sauces and
whipped cream.
Banana Split Supreme
(Serves 1)
One medium-sized banana. 1
scoop vanilla ice cream. 1 scoop
chocolate ice cream, 1 scoop
strawberry ice cream (all bulk),
2 tablespoons chopped nuts, 2 ta-
blespoons fruit cocktail. 4 table-
spoons chocholate sauce. '. cup
whipped cream, shredded cocoa-
nut, 1 maraschino cherry.
Split banana In half length-
wise, with the peel on. This will
prevent the banana from break-
ing. Remove peel and place
halves on each side of an oval
dish. Place scoops of vanilla,
chocolate and strawberry Ice
cream on top of banana. Sprin-
kle chopped nuts over vanilla ice
cream, fruit cocktail over straw-
berry. Pour chocolate sauce over
chocolate Ice cream. Top with
whipped cream, cocoanut and
cherry.
Sugar Plum Special
(Serves 1)
One medluns sized banana. 1
scoop raspberry -vanilla ice
cream. 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
1 all bulk), 5 tablespoons raspber-
ry preserve. V* cup whipped
cream, 2 tablespoons chopped
nuts.
Prepore banana as for Banana
Split Supreme. Place scoops of
ice cream on top, and cover with
raspberry preserve, reserving one
tablespoon for garnish. Top with
whipped cream and chopped nuts.
Oarnish with remainder of rasp-
berry preserve.
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I^ ITS ALMOST MIRACULU8 WHAT TINDER, GOLDEN CORN
MUFFINS CAN DO to a meal 8erved piping hot and fragrant,
they overshadow even a remnant supper. Fresh from the oven
they work wonders with the simplest fare, take the monotony out
of Just meat-and-potatoes eating.
The secret of mixing muffins is to add the liquid and stir only
until the flour Is dampened. Don't worry if the batter is lumpy
and "b^eaks,' easily. Its supposed to be that way. Overmixine
makes tunnels Inside and peaked, dull tops. And remember tho
most Important "little secret" of baking when you make them
Calumet Baking Powder. It's so important, it can make or mar
your baking! For Calumet raises the batter up to glortpus, even
lightness. lit Double-Action Is carefully timed; the first action
tarts in the mixing bowl when liquid is added the second ac-
tlon is held in reserve, waiting for oven heat. In spite of delays
and Interruptions, your Calumet-fluffed muffins will be tender.
light, delicious.
Feather-light Corn Muffin
2 cups si/ted flour
4 teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder
IVj teaspoons talt
6 tablespoons tugar
IV4 cups corn meal
2 eggs, well beaten
1 2/3 cups milk
1/3 cup melted shortening
Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder, salt, and sugar, ana
sift together into bowl. Add corn meal and mix well. Combine
eggs and milk. Add to flour mixture, add shortening, then mix
lonly enough to dampen flour, Bake in greased muffin pans in hot
oven (425'F.) 25 minutes, or until done. Makes 18 large mutflns.
To keep her complexion dewy 11 a spring
tarden, film actress Jeanne Crain uses
eauty routine that includes cucumber
facial (lower center) which she prepares
herself (left) from fresh, green cucumbers.
She uses witch haiel compresses (right)
to brighten her eye* while the facial is
drying. Final step is smoothing on of
baking soda solution (upper center) to
neutralise skin acidity while she sleeps.
WRITES a wife: "I've gained quite a lot of weight in the last
year and several times lately my husband has .commented on It.
Se far. 'I've just laughed off his remarks. BuV'they burn me up.
because I'm not as much overweight as he is. Don't you think
he is being unreasonable and unfair?"
No. I think he is lust being a man. It never occurs to most
men that they ever grow less attractive through age, or getting
fat. or growing bald, or getting careless about their grooming;
Their own looks just don't bother them.
: But thev are usually very critical about a woman's looks
ajnd especially so of a wife's looks. A man will assume that he
ls> making a good impression wherever he goes, yet he doesn't
afaurne tpat about his vylfe unless she is obviously an attractive
looking or charming woman .
', IF he thinks she Is slipping in any way. It disturbs him. And
UVyour husband has already made several cracks about the weight
yu have gained, you had better stop laughing it off or resent-
ing It and get busv losing that extra, weight.
I It wouldn't hurt, of course, to let your husband know you also
think he looked better before he put on those surplus pounds,
. Get out an old snapshot of him and comment on how well he
looked when he weighed such and much. Then mention that you
are going on a diet and doesn't he want to go on it, too.
1 If he doesn't you've at least made your point. You are willing
to try to change yourself to be more attractive to him. If he isn't
wjlling to do the same for you. okaj.
And the fact of the matter is. if vou do lose the welaht you
should you'll be as pleased with yourself as vour husband it For
..woman can't really laugh off the thought that she is letting
herself go.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Any worn-
an who's conscious of her ap-
pearance feels she's In the
spotlight every time she goes
amone friends or In public.
How about women who face a'
tougher spotlight the klieg
lights on movie sets all the
time? Winsome Jeanne Crain,
currently starred in 20th Cen-
tury-Fox's "Take Care of My
Little Girl." tells In this exclu-
sive article how she takes care
of her skin.
BY JEANNE CRAIN
Written for NEA Service
The clear, flawless skin that
every woman strives for Is a
matter not of vanity but of pro-
fessional necessity for a film ac-
tress. Movie cameras, it seems,
have an unfortunate way of fo-
cusing upon the slightest facial
Imperfection.
Because of this. I have worked
out a method for meeting com-
plexion problems head-on. com-
batting them before they have a
thin coating of cream before you
begin. Warmth of your bathcloth
will enhance the lubricating ef-
fect of the cream, thereby coun-
teracting drying action .of the
soap.
It isn't necessary, I've learned,
to rely wholly upon expensive
beauty preparations. Ingredients
from your pantry shelf or vege-
table bin are often Just as effec-
tive.
Here's my recipe for a soothing
kitchen facial. I cut a cucumber
into slices and soak the pieces in
water for several minutes. I then
add the Juice of a lemon and mix
well.
After my face is thoroughly
clean. I dampen cotton squares
with this liquid and pat them
over my face and neck. While this
is drying. I recline upon my bed
or chaise lounge. I feel this re-
To make double use of my
time, I give my eyes a fresh-up
too. After working all day under
the bright lights on the set. my
eyes often feel tired and look
dull. Cotton squares, saturated
with chilled witch hazel, serve as
excellent compresses to brighten
eyes.
I place one of these cooling
pads over each closed eyelid for
several minutes the length of
time required for my cucumber
facial to dry and then remove
them to find my eyes clear and
sparkling again.
By thus freeing my eyes of
strain, I have discovered I don't
have to worry about the tiny
squint lines that are likely to
frame overworked, uncared-for
eyes.
To conclude my kitchen facial,
splash the cucumber liquid
special danger spots like nose,
cheeks and chin. If your skin is
marred by enlarged pores or
blemishes, you might try another
of my pantry beauty hints.
Mix one teaspoon of baking
soda In one cup of warm water
Ihen. after your nightly face
cleansing, dampen cotton squares
with this solution and pat over
troubled areas. Leave it on over-
night to neutralize skin acids and
soothe the skin.
Helpful Hints
laxatlon is an important part of'from my face with cold water,
the treatment, sfnee rest is an aid ( In caring for my complexion I
In smoothing fatigue lines. always save a few minutes for
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my skin.
My routine is a simple one
largely preventive measures. I've
learned from experience the
price of neglect.
Dry skin, is for me. a major
complexion problem. To keep my
face soft and smooth. I use quan-
tities of lubricating creams and
lotions.
I don't depend entirely upon
cream for cleansing, however. I
like that slick-as-a-whlstle feel-
ing you get from a good soap-
and-water face washing. I've
found I get best results from a
combination of cleansing meth-
ods. One night I scrub with la-
ther; the next night I remove
soli and make-up with a rich
cleansing cream.
Here's another trick fbr over-
coming the unwelcome results of
a sudsy cleaning. Smooth on a
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Limits Charm
Age accounts for much when It
comes to diminishing loveliness,
but sometimes a woman's years
are blamed wrongly for her lack
of beauty.
Often disposition and outlook
on the-world count more in shap-
ing a mature woman's facial ap-
pearance than the number of
birthdays she's passed.
Particularly Is this true of the
mouth. A woman who's1 whined
her way through life Is almost
certain to have a down-drooping
mouth that signals attention to
Itself, to the exclusion of more
attractive features.
A woman who's cracked the
whip over her family or employes
for years Is likely to show her
lack of natural warmth In the
stern set of her mouth.
If you wish to reach maturity
without having all the rough
spots of your experience mirror-
ed on your face, make a practice
now of relaxing the muscles a-
round your mouth. Think, when-
ever vour face is in recose, how i
your lips must look to others.
If they are taut, let vour
mouth go slack a moment, ihen
reshape itthis time consciously
Into a more pleasing expression.
Leave your lips full and soft,
with the corners upturned the
slightest bit.
You'll find this results not on-
ly In a youthful-looking mouth,
but what's more important, a
pleasant-appearing one.
BY GAILE DUGAS, NEA Staff Writer
If steady traffic over a cer-
tain area of your rug has crush-
ed the pile, or if small pressed-
down spots show where you've
shifted lurniture, try this me-
thod for fluffing the wool again-
Cover the crushed sections with
a damp cloth, and then go over
the cloth with a hot iron. Be
certain not to apply too much
pressure to the iron. The next
step is a brisk whisking with a
stiff bristled brush. Repeat
the process if the first treat-
ment doesn't yield satisfactory
results.
It's easier to wash socks than
to clean the upholstery of your
car, so try this trick next time
you take the children traveling
Pull on a pair of clean socks
over their shoes. Their feet will
stay warr; and the seat covers
will remain unsolled.
Heed warning signs that tin-
ned foods have spoiled. Be sus-
picious of bulging cans, leak-
ing cans or cans with split
seams. It's best not to risk even
a tiny taste, since very small
amounts of ruined foods can
cause dire results. Make certain,
when you discard such a can,
that you make permanent dis-
posal. Casual throwing out
might result in accidental eat-
ing by pets or small children.
When choosing a mattress,
You solve two problems at once
when you serve Baker's Breakfast
Cocoa. The question of nourish-
ment a big one at breakfast
time, because all too frequently
the average breakfast falls short
on this point and the question
of serving an enjoyable hot bev-
erage. Baker's Breakfast Cocoa is
a richer cocoa rich in proteins,
fats, carbohydrates, minerals.
You make it with milk, which
adds still further nourishment
and you regulate the sweetening
to your own taste. It contains no
sugar, so you add as much or as
little as you want. Because It
contains a greater-than-usual a-
mount of cocoa butter. Baker's
Breakfast Cocoa has a better-
than-usual flavor. A smoother,
deeper chocolate flavor that's sa-
tisfying, truly superior. You can
make milk shakes, egg nog and
frosting with It. too. Look for di-
rections on the package.
How many ways can you vary
a breakfast menu? It's a prob-
lem, especially when each mem-
ber of the family has his own
idea about what's best for break-
fast. The easiest solution to this
Is to let each have his own way!
And it can be done with a
Post Tens breakfast carton. Ten
packages in all. seven kinds of
cereal. What's mote, it's a splen-
did way to discover new favorites
you haven't tried before. The
Post Tens carton includes Post
Toasties, 40' Bran Flakes. Rice
Toastles. Sugar Crisp, Grape-
Nuts Flakes, Grape-Nuts and
Shredded Wheat. There's just the
right amount in each package for
an individual serving. Be prepar-
ed for the next argument at the
breakfast table with a special
package for everybody I
Breakfast waffles taste delight-
fully different when you sprinkle
bits of partially cooked bacon in
the batter. You can dree the ba-
con or leave it whole.'If you like
merely put the partially-cooked
bacon strip on top of the batter
before you close the waffle iron.
Bake the waffle, and serve It
with Log Cabin Syrup. Log Cab-
in's magnificent maple flavor
blends deliciously with the bacon
and waffle taste. Log Cabin
makes an ideal Ice cream sauce,
too; and of course, no serving of
French Toast or pancakes would
be complete without its maple-
sweet flavor. You can always
count on Log Cabin's perfect
blend of real maple syrup and
pure cane sugar to give you it)*
satisfaction you look for in sy-
rup for whatever purpose yon
want to use it.
Puddings and pie from the
same package! That's one of th ,
nice features of Jell-O Puddings.
You don't have to fret over a re-
cipe book when you want to make
a smooth vanilla, chocolate or
butterscotch pie. You just -cook
the pudding as directed on the
package, cool-It, and put it in a
baked 8-lnch pie shell. It "cooks"
In-the refrigeratorl YOttcem add
any kind of topping you want
nuts, whipped cream, marshmal-
lows. fruit. You couldn't ask for
an easier way to make pie! And
for puddings, any of the trio of
flavors makes a quick, fuscloua
dessert. Add milk gradually to "
Jell-O pudding powder in a
saucepan (see directions), stir
over heat until the mixture comea
to a boll and la thickened. TUat'a
all! So simple and its flavor is
out of this world.
NEW YORK. (NEA) The
complete costume appears for all
hours of the day in the new col-
lections of St. Louis designers.
These designers are always con-
scious of trends in youthful fash-
ions. Thev watch St. Louis cam-
puses carefully and from what
they see. the youthful St. Louis
fashion look is born.
There are coordinated separ-
ates in both casual and party
wear. The emphasis, in this new
group of separates, is on weara-
billty rather than novelty.
St. Louis designers, highly suc-
cessful in their handling of cot-
ton, use delicate fabricsvoile,
tissue gingham, eyelet batiste,
organdy and" tissue chambray
with great skill.
A dance frock, for Instance. Is
done in embroidered organdy,
cut with full skirt and low bodice.
A cover-up bolero In cotton satin
bt added, eliminating necessity
for an evening wrap. Sheer dress-
es with full skirts appear below
slim, bare-arm bodices. Some-
times a mask of sheer organdy in
Jacket shape lends an airy look
to a straight sheath.
The complete costume (left) Is
done by Paula Brooks in cotton
satin pique and velveteen. The
short dress has a full skirt, a
nlpped-ln bodice and wide, tap-
ered shoulder straps of the velvet
to convert It for late-ln-the-day
wear. Velveteen trims the revers
and cuffs of the jacket.
Another example of the com-
plete costume a Daryl design. This is the check-
ed gingham sheath with an over-
dress of sheer white organdy.
The dress Is wearable with Jack-
ets and dusters. The organdy
overdress is collared and belted
in the gingham of the sheath.
Proper Care
For Perfume
Perfume Is to most women too
precious a thing to be treated
carelessly. Yet many perfume
owners manage, oulte unknow-
ingly, to maltreat their fragranc-
es.
If you wish to derive the best
that your scents have to offer,
follow these rules of caution.
First, keep your perfumes a-
wav from heat. This applies to
hot radiators or heaters as well
as direct sunlight. Possible dam-
age is two-fold. Heat speeds the
evaporation of alcohol in the per-
fumes, thus soollin? the balance
of the bouquet. And strong sun-
light sometimes produces a
chemical change.
There are tricks for preserving
the beauty of vour perfume bot-
tle, too. Too often. beauUful glass
containers are shattered bv Im-
patient hands or awkward tech-
niques when the stopper gets
stuck.
The proper procedure is to a-
vold banging the stopper against
the edge of your vanltv or prying
at it with your nail file. Tap It
gentlv with another glass bottle.
Tap the under side of the stop-
per, turning the bottle as you
work so that the loosening will
be even all around. A few gentle
blows should suffice to open the
bottle.
make certain the ticking is
strong enough to resist stretch-
ing with use. Drills, sateens,
damasks and print cloths
weighing eight ounces to the
yard, are considered best by
bedding experts.
If there's a handyman in
your house, prevail upon him
to make this convenient rack
for your shoes. A slanting shelf
attached to the lower part of
your Inside closet door, the rack
is simple and Inexpensive to
construct. Needed are a pieco
of board 26 by 12 inches; enough '
one-inch lumber to cut a couple
of triangles 12 by 12 by 14. and
a strip of half-round molding.
The last is nailed on as a heel-
catcher, to prevent your shoes
from sliding, down into the
trough-of the rack.
For best reflection of-light*
choose. lampshade that's lined
In white or near-white. Dark
linings tend to absorb light
rather than bouncing it out
Into the room.
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Old Company Plata made and guaran-
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Maridan, Conn. With spoons, you
gat complata p. turn list and ariosa.
Sand today for this beautiful value.
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SUNDAY. MAY 17. 1951

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAG* mi
pacific Society
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i admiral and mrs. rledsoe to entertain ,
Ivor mr. and mrs. martin arnold
The Commandant of the Fifteenth Naval Dbtrlet And
Mn. Albert M. Rledioe hare Issued Invitations for a*
buffet whleh thev will give Tueeday evenln* at tne l-om-
mandanVe Quarters In honor of their house ,i,.
Mn. Martin Arnold of 8an Antonio. Texas. Mrs. fenoM la
Mrs. Rledsoc's aunt. She and her husband are arriving mn-
day on the SB Chlrkrui for a vWt of two weeks.
Smith-Walker Wedding
Wednesday Afternoon
The marriage of Miss Ellen
I Joan Walker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack E. Walker of Bal-
boa to Hugh Smith son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas E, Smith of
Balboa, will be solemnized Wed-
nesday afternoon at four o'clock
In the Cathedral of St. Luke, An-
cn. No Invitations have been la-
sued and all friends of both fam-
ilies are Invited to the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker have In-
vited the bridal party, relatives
and* a few close friends to a re-
ception to be held In the Fern
Room of the Hotel Tlvoll after
the ceremony.
Miss Lyons' Tea Honors
Mrs. Marian!
Entertaining for Mrs. Lulgl
Marlanl before her departure for
the United States, Miss Beatrice
Lyons gave a tea for thirty guaau
yesterday afternoon at El Pana-
ma Hotel.
Mr. and Mn. Alfaro
To Visit In Ecuador
Mr. and Mrs. Olmedo Alfaro
left yesterday for Ecuador where
they will spend several weeks
vacation.
Mrs. Hewitt to Visit
In Puerto Rico
Mrs. L. H. Hewitt of Fort Clay-
ton plans to leave by airplane
Monday for a short visit In San
Juan, Puerto Rico.
Arrivals 'Monday
On S.S. Panama
Mrs. Virginia Christian of An-
cn Is returning tomorrow on the
8.8. Ancon from a vacation trip
to the United States.
Also arriving on the Ancon is
Miss Kathleen Capwell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Capwell
of Bella Vista, who nas spent
the past month visiting relatives
and friends in the Eastern
States.
Miss Hicks Returning
This Week
Miss Dorothy Anne Hicks, who
has completed her freshman year
at Bom Jones University, Green-
ville. South Carolina, will arrive
Thursday by airplane to spend
the summer with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hicks.
Mr. and Mrs. Eggleston
Hosts at Supper Party
Mr. and Mrs. D. Maurice Eg-
gleston gave a buffet supper last
evening at their home in Bal-
boa honoring his sister, Mrs.
Robert D. Glassburn of Diablo
Heights, and his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Beall of Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs.
Glassburn and her children are
sailing June 1 to spend the sum-
mer at Nahtucket, Rhode Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Beall have spent
the past several weeks here and
are leaving on the same ship to
return to their home. Mrs, Beall,
(Irene Eggleston) is a former re-
sident of Cristobal.
With the honor guests Mr. and
Mrs. Eggleston entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert E. Hele. Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin H. Bennett, Mr.
and Mrs. George Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Hele, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert M. Hele and Robert
Jones.
Returns to Panana
From Lima
The Secretary of the Peruvian
Embassy In Panama, Jose Alva-
rado Sanchez, returned last week
from a short leave spent In Li-
ma.
Mr. and Mr. Shaw
Leaving for Arkansas
After a residence of many
years at Pedro Miguel Mr. and
Mrs. Nevell N. Shaw are leaving
Monday to make their home in
Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Miss Burns Arriving
From Caracas
Miss Elizabeth Burns, a for-
mer teacher in the Canal Zone
Schools who has taught the past
year In Caracas, Venezuela ,is
expected to arrive from Caracas
Monday. She will visit several
friends here before going to the
United States for the summer.
Miss Morgan's Paintings
To be Shown
Miss Lois Morgan ,a teacher in
the Canal Zone Schools who is
leaving early In June on a year's
leave of absence, will have a pri-
vate showing of her water colors
Thursday evening at her home in
Balboa.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gilbert
of Balboa announce the birth of
a son, John William Gilbert,
Thursday May 24 at Gorgas Hos-
pital.
Tea Dance Today
At J. W. B.
Service personnel and their
wives are cordially invited to the
tea dance which the Jewish Wel-
fare Board Armed Forces Service
Center is giving this afternoon
from 4 to 6. An Orchestra will
play for dancing and refresh-
ments will be served. U. S. O.
hostesses have been sent invita-
tion cards and will be required
to present them at the door this
afternoon.
Social Held
At Fort Kobbe
The NCO Wives Club of Fort
Kobbee held Its monthly social
Thursday evening. It was a
"tacky party" and the prize for
the best costume went to Mrs.
Anderson. Miss Lydla Santiago,
a guest at the party, won the
door prize and the prize for
games. Mrs. Raw's was given the
consolation prize.
Hostesses for1 the affair were
Mrs. E. J. Anderson, Mrs. Al
Perry, Mrs. Harry Snyder and
Mrs. Joe Shirley.
Hostesses at Little Galley
Hostesses at the Pen women's
Little Gallery In the Hotel Tlvoll
for the next few days will be:
Anny Krikl on Monday; Tues-
day, Gladys Barnard; and
Thursday, Evelyn Moore. The
hostesses are on duty from 11:30
to 2:30 dally Monday through
Saturday. The public is invited to
Infantry Training Unit Drops
To Two Officers Per Company
By BERNARD BRENNER
FORT JACKSON, B.C.. May 26,
(UP) The Army gets long mile-
age out of Its officers at this ex-
panding training center.
Recalled World War n veter-
ans and youths fresh from col-
lege ROTC courses carry most of
the load, produclnu Infantry re-
placements for Korea and "fill-
ers" for new divisions.
Lieutenants and captains are
scarce enough to ration in the
8th Infantry (training) division
here. Companies which should
have six officers find themselves
lucky to count two. Some compa-
nies of more than 200 men found
themselves in recent weeks with
one second lieutenant.
The Division and Post com-
mander. Ma]. Gen. Harry J. Col-
lins, stripped his thin staff far-
ther, temporarily, because many
officers recalled from civil life
were too rusty for effective train-
ing. Collins shipped them in ro-
tation to a brush-up school at
Fort Bennihg. Oa.
They are older men.on the av-
erage, than the green lieutenants
who flooded training camps in
World Wat II. In most cases,
these are the same green lieu-
tenants grawn upbetter equip-
ped to handle and lead men.
Trainees naturally pay more
attention to combat talk from an
officer seasoned in combat. But
surprisingly, perhaps, combat-
hardened officers do not always
make the best Instructors for
rookies.
Regimental committees of one
or two-subject specialists handle
almost all training.
"We pick committee officers
for their ability as teachers, not
necessarily for their general all-
around ability." said Lt. Col. Vic-
tor Comley, division training of-
ficer.
Conley. a trim West Point grad-
uate from Glendale, Cal., also
keeps a team of officers busy
checking on the dally work of all
his training crew. Reports go to
Collins dally, and If an instruct-
ing officer slacks off. Conley said,
"the general wants to know why
right now."
Reserve officers, many filling
jobs normally held by officers of
higher rank, complain that pro-
motion Is too slow under the cur-
rent army program. A few. like a
few older non-coms, gripe that
the army's drive to make Itself
more democratic has stripped of-
ficers of much authority without
cutting their responsibility. Most,
however, accept the challenge to
lead by ability rather than iron
force.
DOROTHY CHASE
Former Ballerina, Radio City Rockette & Active Member
of the Dancing Masters of America
ANNOUNCES THE NEW LOCATION OF HER DANCE STUDIO
Starting Jane 4th All classes wiU be taught at the
BALBOA "Y.M C A."
Register NOW and make the most of your Summer
Vacation by joining the classes most suited to you
TAP BALLET TOE
BEGINNERS INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED
Special Baby Classes for 3 to 9 year Ms.
Call 2-1751 for all Information arid interviews.
visit the gallery where new pic-
tures by Pen Women were hung
recently.
Cocktail and Supper Dance
Tonight at El Panama Hotel
El Panama Hotel Is holding its
weekly cocktail and buffet supper
dance this evening on the ter-
race. The> cocktail hour is from
5 to 6 and the buffet is served
from 8 to 8 pjn.
Church To Hold
Procesin Today In
La Boca Streets
The St. Therese church will
stage Its annual procession to-
day In honor of the Blessed
Mother at 2:30 p. m.
The Community Band will
head this procession around
the streets of La Boca.
Queen Yvonne 1st and her
court will take part in this
procession. Also tajrlne p- '
will be 40 children who will
receive first Holy Communion
at 7:00 a. m.
Long Parking Motorist '
Changes The Charge
SALT LAKE CITY, May 2
The motorist watched the po-
lice officer start to write a
ticket for overtime parking.
He approached the officer and
asked quickly: "Say officer, do
you have two nickels for a
dime?"
The officer stopped his writ-
ing, searched his pockets and
produced the two nickels.
As the officer watched, the
motorist quickly-dropped a nick-
el in the parking meter slot
and turned the handle.
The officer shrugged and tore
up the half written ticket.
POWER O FSUGGESnON
SEATTLE, Wash. May 28 (UP)
Emll Sick, local brewer and
owner of the Seattle Rainier
baseball team of the Pacific
Coast League, was ordered by
his physician to stop smoking
cigars. So now Sick chews a
rubber cigar.
SACRIFICE REWARDED
WESTON, Mass, May 28 (UP)
A veterinary and his wfle
proved their love for animals by
risking their lives to rescue 10
dogs trapped by fire in the pet
hospital at the rear of their
home. The flames scorched the
hands and singed the hair and
eyebrows of Dr. Paul R. Gran-
holm, 41, but his wife and the
dogs escaped uninjured.
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By United Preis
And the Stars Shall Fall by
True Bowen (Wyn); In her first
novel, Miss Bowen presents a
phase of the life of the Empress
Alexandra, last tsaritsa of Rus-
sia. It is the story of a woman
whose royal blood forced her
Into a marriage for power, when
she would have chosen love. As
a German (she was born Prin-
cess Allx of Hesse) she was dis-
liked by the Russian populace
and suffered the hatred of her
mother-in-law. Her husband,
Nicholas, loved her sincerely,
but' his weakness of character
led her eventually to become
the victim of the sinister Ras-
putin..
A former newspaperman, St.
Clalr McKelway, has 12 excel-
lent Jobs of reporting In True
Tales rom the annals of Crime
ft Rascality Random House).
The twelve chapters of the book
are based on articles which
have appeared in the New
Yorker magazine. They cover
such diverse personalities as
Ralph Marshall Wilby, one of
the greatest embezzlers of all
time; Mock Duck, a fabulous
long leader; Mister 880. a coun-
terfeiter who baffled the secret
service for ten years, and the
labor leader Harry Bridges in
his dealings with the telephone-
tapping FBI..
Richard Halliburton loved to
knock about the world getting
himself into all kinds of ad-
ventures. Upon graduating from
Princeton at 21 he took a trip
around the world as a vaga-
bond,, although his parents had
offered him a de luxe Junket.
From then on hep acked a good
deal of travel, adventure and
writing into the- 18 years re-
maining to him. He was lost at
sea In 1939 on a Chinese Junk
during a typhoon. Three of his
highly readable and enthusi-
astic books telling of his trav-
els have been published by
Grosset ti Dunlap: The Royal
Road to Romance, The Glorious
Adventure, and New Worlds to
Conquer..
Frank Yerby's new novel is A
Woman Called Fancy I Dial).
Fancy fled her poor home in
the Carolina hills In quest of
better things. 8he had a sharp
wit, plenty of courage and
striking beauty. When she met
and married Courtland Brant-
ley, son of a former great south-
ern family, she thought she
would be happy, but lt was only
the beginning of her troubles
In which many men figured. It
Is the kind of turbulent roman-
tic story that Yerby handles
well, and Fancy becomes a fig-
ure not easily forgotten...
Mules Not Stubborn,
Jusl Smart Prof
LINCOLN, Neb.. May 8fl (UP*.
A mule isn't as stubborn as
some people think.
That's the opinion of William
J. Loeffel, professor of animal
husbandry at the University of
Nebraska.
"A mule is not necessarily stub-
born," Loeffel. said, "he's so
smart he Just doesn't let himself
be maneuvered into a dangerous
position."
Loeffel said you can't "ttam-
nede" a mule Into doing some-
thing he doesn't want to.
A mule," Loeffel said, "is fool-
proof."
By United Press
The "Spring Fantasia" of the
Artists Equity was, as usual, the
top masquerade of the season.
What is the secret of its suc-
cess? Is lt good salesmanship?
Is lt expert organization? Or Is
the public flocking every year
into the ballroom of the Hotel
Astor for some other, secret rea-
son?
Modern psychology teaches
that actions are motivated by
secret repressed wishes for po-
wer and lust. When spring ap-
proaches and nature is prepar-
ing Itself to be reborn again,
these forgotten dreams become
restive.
This is the season for an age
old custom: the masquerade. It
is derived from magic rituals
grounded In the belief that cer-
tain formulas pronounced while
wearing a mask extend the
masker's power over the man or
animal represented by the mask.
We do not share these be-
liefs anymore. We go to mas-
querades solely for the fun of
lt. Yet artists, masquerades are
somewhat different. Artists are
curious beings. They are able to
conjure at will the most fantas-
tic visions simply by spreading
on a canvas some colored pow-
der mixed with egg yolk.
The artist, we feel, is differ-
ent from us. And though we do
not think that he really Is the
prince of love and power Into
which he masquerades himself,
we are no; completely sure that
he might not be lt, In a way.
And it is perhaps because even
the most matter of fact Philis-
tines among us pay this quasi
unconscious tribute to the ar-
tist, that the masquerades of
the Artists Equity exert such an
attraction to most of us.
Paul Mocsanyi.
(Best Selh
en
Compiled by Publishers Weekly
FICTION
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
James Jones.
JOY STREET
Frances Parkinson Keyes.
THE DISENCHANTED
Budd Schulberg.
NEW YORK 22
Ilka Chase.
MORNING JOURNEY.
James Hilton.
NON FICTION
WASHINGTON CONFIDENTIAL
Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer.
KON-TIKI
Thor Heyerdahl.
HI8 EYE IS ON THE SPARROW
Ethel Waters and Charles
Samuels.____
ROMMEL THE DESERT FOX
Brigadier Desmond Young.
THE FAR SIDE OF PARADISE
Arthur Mizener.
NEW ZfALANP PRODUCT
STOMACH
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Thousands of unfortunate people luf-
fer frucn to-called dyspepsia, add indi-
gestion, food fermentation, sour stomach,
add stomach, flatulence, ga* and other
stomach distress brought on by excess
acid.
If the** people would try drinking
slowly after each meal half a glass of
hot water containing a spoonful of
Neutracld. they might in a vary short
time be able to eat good substantial
meals without undergoing the disturb-
ing symptoms of acid Indigestin.
Perhaps the greatest cause of distress-
ing stomach-upset* la excess stomach
acidity.
Half a glass of hot water to whleh a
teaspoonful of Neutracld has been add-
ed will quickly help to neutralize this
excess acid, soften the food and thus
help more rspld digestion. You get quick
relief from the acute distraes and dis-
comfort in the stomach.
Neuartcld at not a laxative. It I* vary
agreeable to uk* and can be obtained
at any drug store.
Dance For Defense
Counsels Governor's
Wife In Connecticut
By JOE ALEX MORRIS. JR.
HARTFORD. Conn.. (UP)
Connecticut's first lady may be-
come known as the governors
wife who danced for defense.
Civil defense work and tripping
the light fantastic are two major
objectives of Franceses Braggl-
ottl Lodge during the next four
years. '.
The wife of Gov. John Davis
Lodge plans to plunge Into de-
fense work as soon as the state's
mobilization plan materializes.
She wants to play an important
role and feels the distaff side will
have more to do than ever before
in keeping America prepared.
This Is where the dancing
her favorite avocation and for-
mer profession enters the pic-
ture. The vivacious blonde Is con-
vinced that physical fitness Is ne-
cessary for maximum effort for
defense.
When she was In Washington
as the wife of Rep. Lodge. Fran-
cesca conducted health and
. dancing classes for congressional
I wives and capitol secretaries.
She says she may do the same
thing in Connecticut.
Mrs. Lodge comes from an un-
orthodox and musical family and
grew up with seven sisters and
brothers in a 34-room Italian vie
11a In Venice.
When her family moved to
Boston. Francesca raised eye-
brows on Beacon Hill by giving
bare-leg dancing performances.
But Boston's social eyebrows
really hit the stratosphere when
her marriage Into one of Massa-
chusetts first families was an-
nounced. Society predicted the
marriage of John Davis to a wo-
man who has been described as
Bostons first glamor girl could
not last.
But lt has, and If Francesca's
beauty has been tempered by the
years, it has not diminished.
Sometimes she Is mistaken for
her eldest daughter. Lily.
Expert politicians cons 1 d e r
Francesca a definite asset. In
the gubernatorial campaign, as
in past congressional races, she
campaigned by the side of her
husband.
She regularly appeared on po-
litical platforms in Italian folk
costume, and twirled out a num-
ber or two for an appreciative
crowd.
Atlantic *J)ocieti

MRS. HUNTER HONORED WITH LUNCHEON
Mrs. L. C. Hunter, of Savannah, Georgia, who has been
visiting her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Theriault,
of Margarita, was honored with a luncheon at the Hotel
Washington yesterday, given by her hostess.
nu mhon J~ Yl~k
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Invited to meet Mrs. Hunter
were: Mrs. Stanley Kidd, Mrs.
John Kernlck, Mrs. Hector
Grant. Mrs. Roy Fort, Mrs. Will-
lam Grady, Mrs. Theodore Aans-
toos. Mrs. John M. Brown. Mrs.
Beverly Halliday and Mrs. Gilbert
Lee.
Mrs. Hunter Is the art and lit-
erary critic for the morning pa-
per In Savannah, and Is a well-
known artist In her own right,
having exhibited in her home
town and in New York. She
leaves by plane today to return
to her home.
Mrs. Dear Hostess
for Morning Coffee
Mrs. Frederick Bear entertain-
ed yesterday with a morning cof-
fee at her Colon Beach residence
for a large group of friends a-
mong the faculties of the Atlan-
tic Side schools, who will leave
soon for their summer vacations.
The guests called during the
hours of 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 m.
Miss Lenore Smith and Mrs. R.
W. Rubelll presided at the coffee
services. Also assisting the hos-
tess were:' Mrs. Philip Havener,
Mrs. Edward Levl with Marie
Bleakley and Catherine Havener.
Morning Coffee and Card Party
Mrs. Lee Nash, of Gatun, was
hostess for a coffee and morning
of cards at her residence yester-
day to> compliment several
friends who are leaving soon for
the States and for Mrs. Wallace
E. Rushing, whose recent wed-
ding was of interest to friends on
both sides of the Isthmus.
, The guests Included: Mrs.
Frank Rowley, Mrs. H. H. Keepers.
Mrs. Edward Eckhoff. Mrs. Carl
Maedl Mrs. H. L. Smith, Mrs.
Paul Beck, Mrs. Paul Stewart,
Mrs. Richard Carter, Mrs. Fred
Newhard. Mrs. Vestal Morris,
Miss Mary Worrell. Miss Eleanor
Farstveet, Miss Sophie McLl-
mans. Miss Mary Jeanne Wiesen
and Mrs. Frank A. Anderson. Jr.
Each guest brought a copy of
her favorite recipe for Mrs. Rush-
ing to add to her cookbook.
Mrs. Eckhoff and Mrs. Newhard
assisted the hostess.
Party closes Year for Brownies
Mrs. F. Harvey Smith enter-
tained with a party at the Scout
rooms in Margarita for the mem-
bers of Brownie Troop 38 at the
close of their year's activities. It
was also a farewell for two girls
Beverly Hall and Ella Mae Mora-
les, who will be flylng-up into
Scouts next fall.
Colleen Lawson was invested as
a Brownie.
The other girls present were:
Emily Hearn, Patricia Lawson,
Patsy Sheddon. Georgia Smith,
Marion Smith. Dolores Wheeler,
Edna Morales, Jean Dockery.
Lonnle Smith. Sandy Eckhoff
and Marlon Leach.
Mrs. Colin Lawson assisted the
hostess.
Evening Circle Meeting
The Evening Circle of the Cris-
tobal Union Church will meet to-
morrow at the home of Mrs. W.
T. Jefferies. House 1002 Old Cris-
tobal, next to the fire station, at
7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Philip H. Havener will re-
view Roland H. Balnton's "Here I
Stand," a portrayal of the Ufe of
Martin Luther.
Mrs. Lesleigh Davis will assist
the hostess.
Anyone desiring transportation
may call Mrs. Timothy Ladd at
3-2589. All ladles of the church
and of the community, who are
interested, are invited to attend.
Captain Dumbauld
Returns to Isthmus
Captain C. M. Dumbauld. of the
Coco Solo Naval Hospital return-
ed to the Isthmus Friday from a
short vacation spent li> Chile.
Party Planned
to Honor Mrs. Dear
A group of friends In the Cris-
tobal Woman's Club, with whom
Mrs. Frederick Dear has worked
for a number of years, are plan-
ning a morning coffee and hand-
kerchief shower to be given Tues-
day, May 26. at the Gilbert House.
All club members and friends
of Mrs. Dear, are cordially invit-
ed to the party. It is not neces-
sary to make a reservation.
Captain and Mrs. Dear will
leave In the near future to make
their home in California.
Little Motta's Champions
Honored with Party
The Little Mottas. Atlantic Side
Champions of the Little League
Baseball games were feted with
a party given by Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Chase and Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Dockery at the Chase resi-
dence in Cristobal Friday after-
noon.
A large cake, appropriately in-
scribed centered the refreshment
table.
The players and substitutes
who attended were: Terry Sears.
Wayne Bath. Wendy Sasso, Sam
Newhard. Owen Sutherland. Ed-
die and Johnnie Marshall, Frank
Corrigan. Charles Chase. George
Mercler, Joe White and Pat Dock-
ery.
Lt. and Mrs. Gaddls Wall and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newhard were
also present.
Recent Departures
"Mrs. John T. Donahue and
daughter. Betty of Fort Davis,
left Friday for a vacation to b
spent In Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Asbt
and daughters. Kathle, Elrli
and Diane left on the Ancon "1*3
a three-month visit in P
burgh. Pa..and Raton and Ccrli
bad. New Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McCullou..
of Margarita, left for a visit wit'
relatives In Zanesvllle. Oh!
They were accompanied by th
children. Don. Judy. Tommy a
Joan. They also plan to drive
the west coast.
Miss Virginia Keenan ri
Saturday for a visit In Washir
ton, Baltimore and Phlladelphl
She will be joined by Mrs. Sur
Taylor and they will enter
Women's Western Open I
Tournament on June 18 in PhH
delphla. After the tournar
she will meet MI < Adamary An*
derson for an automobile trip to^
the west coast. |
BRIDE RETURNS
TO MOTHER
Rhummage Sale Planned
The Lydla Link of the Gatun
Union Church Auxiliary will con-k
duct a rhummage sale Tuesday,;-
May 29, at the Chagres Scout
Shack. Anyone desiring to con-
tribute please call Mrs. Ralph,"
Graham, 5459 or Mrs. Fred New-
hard 5-472.
Later In the day the group will,
meet at the home of Mrs. Fred '
Newhard for their regular meet-
ing.
Arriving ?"~
Mrs. Dowe R. Walker, a former
resident of Gatun, will arrive?"*;
from Ashevllle. N.C., tonight by
plane from Miami, for an lnde- "
finite visit on the Isthmus. Mrs.
Walker Is the founder of the
Etude School of Music In Panama
City and on the Atlantic Slide.
She will visit Miss Jane Holcomb .
next week In New Cristobal.
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Mr .and Mrs. Carl Serger, the.,,
former Miss Harriett Keenan of."
Gatun, are arriving Wednesday..',
for a visit with Mrs. Serger's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Kee-
nan of Santa Clara.
Mr. afKMrs. Serger have been
Instructing in Gering, Nebraska.
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iftsVUE SIX
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY. MAY 27. 1151
The More You Tell.., The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum tor
IS words
3 each additional
word.
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No. 4 Tlvoll Ail.
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No. 4 faurln ef Jaly Aa.
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lies Mcliadaa Ave.
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SAXON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Ne. H West lltk Itrcct
THE PANAMA AMEB1CAN
M. f "H" Strtl Panama
Ha. 12.17 Caolral Av. Cele
* FOR SALE
Ho ugehold_______
?OR SALE:Washinfl machine $50,
7 pc. mahogany livingroom suite
$75. drapes $15. Qtrs. 62-A, Al-
brook. 86-7284._________________
tOR SALE: Eight Venetian blinds
52" x 64" type house 217. Akee
street 1519. Apt. D Very good
condition.
fOR SALE:-Frigidoire 9' with free-
zer compartment, automatic De-
froster, all porcelain, less than 4
months old. excellent condition. 5
year guarantee transferable. Cost
$490.00. Must sell, moving to Ca-
nal Zone, $400.00 3 burner gos
hot plate $10.00. Modem style
dressing table. "7 drawers, with
bench, good condition, $15.00.
*Apt. 4 No. 18, Tivoli Ave.
fOR SALE:5 piece maple living-
room suite and rug, $100; 4 piece
bedroom suite with coil springs
ond mattress $100; drop-leaf ex-
tension diningroom table with six
choirs $50; baby crib $30; ploy
pen $7; chest of drowers $20;
Kenmore tank-type vacuum cleon-
r $70; Konmore washer $98; Sil-
vertone radio-phono combo $165;
all 60 cycles. Cleoner and washer
6 months old; radio-phono new.
Miscellaneous household items.
Quarters 516-B, Curundu Heights.
Telephone PAD 3217.
FOR SALE: Bamboo livingroom
suite, diningroom ond bedroom
suite; sewing machine, refriger-
ator, washing machine, end-tables
ond rugs. Telephone 4-109 or vi-
sjt at house 607-B, Cocoli on Ta-
marind Street.
FOR SALE:7 piece sectionol liv-
ingroom set, excellent condition;
mohogany drop-leaf table with
four chairs; Simmons crib; Thay-
lor stroller, 2 chests of drawers;
mohogany night stond; work bench
with chair; Ithica shut gun 16
gauge pump; Prestolite tonk used
less than 2 minutes; complete Gem
cutting and polishing equipment
with instructions. All reasonable.
House 77-A, 3 1-2 St., New Cris-
tobal.
TOR SALE: 8 cu. ft. Frigidaire
coidwall De Luxe refrigerator. New
unit, recently installed, $100.00.
De Luxe Bendix, automatic wosher.
$100.00. Both 60 cycle. Col.
Bearly. Albrook. 2298.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:BARGAIN! Must sell In
o week. Plymouth 49 and Kaiser
49, both, immaculate. Also Koher-
ing Daudie, concrete mixer, Pan-
ama 2-2064.
FOR SALE:1950 Hillman Sedan,
block, low mileage, excellent con-
dition, $975. Phone 25-3400.
D* you heve a drinkina problem?
Writ. AkeheUcs Anonmii
ox 2031 Aeeee, C. X.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Recently overhouled
1942 Cushman motor scooter, mo-
del 52. $100. Call 86-3197 or
moy be seen Qtrs. 146-A, Albrook
AFB.
FOR SALE: 1936 Ford Converted
Truck, $100.00. 752-C, Balboa
Rd. 2-3401.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford Tudor Se-
dan. Good condition. Clean, no
reasonable offer refused. 5627-
D Hecker Place, Diablo.
FOR SALE:Ford Coupe 1941, $100
down payment, balance to conform
with buyer's pocketbook. New
tires, good motor, duty paid, in-
surance paid, excellent buy. Tel.
Pon 3-1565 after 4 p. ni.
FOR SALE:Buick Sedonette, 1946.
Excellent condition. Good tires.
Radio, heater. Defroster. Sun Vi-
sor. Asking $1,000. Col. Beorly.
Albrook 2298.
CANASTA FANS!! Get your new
kits, covers, scorers while they
last, at rockbottom prices. Hosmo.
Vie Esporta.
Mothers, child specialists recommend
JUMNNG-JACK Shoes for xorrect
woiking hobits from the cradle to
4 years. Sold exclusively of 1AIY-
LANDIA. No. 39 43rd Street.
"If it's for the Baby, we have it!")
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BAJY:Boot trailer or
two-wheel flatbed trailer ond hitch
suitable for carrying 12 ft boot.
Coll Albrook 2224.
WANTED:Couples tor the Couples
Class, Balboa Heights Baptist
Church, meeting ot 9:30 Sunday
morning for Christian fellowship.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Simmons, sofa bed, pia-
no, upright, three 8 ft green porch
shades. Four Guatemalan choirs
ond end tables. Gross rugs. 7-D,
Summit 4-163.
La Boca Church
Makes Final Plans
For May 30 Fele
With the contest for election
of a royal couple ended, the
Parish Welfare Council of St.
Peter's church, La Boca, has
made final plana fo the com-
ing May fete In aid of the
church.
It will take place In the
parish hall on May SO from
1 p. m. to 10 p. m. Refresh-
ments and fancy things will
be on sale. Attractions include
games, fishing wells and for-
tune telling. Coronation of the
monarchs will highlight the
Jete.
Lloyd Bell won the title of
king, followed by Marcus Gran-
num, Jr., Victor Smith, Jr.,
William Myrle, Jr., Ernesto
Robertson and Christopher
Greaves, Jr.
Queen-elect Is Marcla Bus-
hell, the ultimate order of her
rivals being Bette Davis, Don-
rella Clunis, Llnneth Hinds,
Sybil Best and Loma Mitchell.
Confirmation
The Rt. Rev. Reginald H.
Oooden, S.T.D., will confirm a
class of candidates to be pre-
sented to him at St. Peter's
church Sunday night, June 3,
bj the Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley,
palest in charge.
FOR SALEOne HP 25 Cycle motor
Skillman. 2-6435. 7 o. m. to 4
p. m. Saturdoy and Sundoy 2-
3195.
FOR SALE: Two duplexes (Four
Furnished Apartments) near beach
at Seacliff Acres, with 3500 me-
ters of high, level land; water ond
electricity. Only $6,500. Will pay
for itself in five years. Phone
Posey, Balboa 2698.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE:1948 Horley Davidson
"45" excellent condition, $350,
spare parts included. Coll Panama
3-0738. Duty free.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motion
Army Engineers
Send Out Call For
Old Newspapers
Army Engineers are In need
of old ewspapers to meet
unsually heavy packing and
crating demands.
They have appealed to re-
sidents of Pacific area posts to
retain old newspapers until
called for by Engineer trash-
collection crews.
It Is requested that the
newspapers not be placed out-
side quarters, because of dam-
age caused by the elements
and because of the likelihood
that they will be scattered over
the premises.
Anyone who already has a
stockpile of old papers and
wishes it picked up is asked to
telephone 83-4218.
; REFRIGERATORS
FOR 75 cts.
In spite of the present short-
ges and the rising prices, we
are still offering
ADMIRAL
j refrigerators for as low as
75 cts. a DAY*

*nd you take home your box
fight away!
it will not hurt you to drop In
|nd inquire.
MUEBLERA
! CASA SPARTON
Central 223.
I next to Encanto Theatre
?AI*o available in Club Plan.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
ond enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidure Stores.
FOR SALE: Aquarium supplies.
Aquarium fish and plants. No. 1 1
Via 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 Juh/ Avenue
No. 71. 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
FOR SALE:Torpaulins and con-
vas. 2 sheets Yi" 4 x 12 feet mo-
sonite. 2 pieces 1-4 inch 3x4
feet. Plexigloss, new. 60 ft. heavy
onchor chain. 4-329. House 330-
H, Pedro Miguel. Afternoons or
evenings.
FOR SALE: Zenith record rodlo
ployer, table model, Ford two Door
sedan 1941, good condition. Call
3-3179 No, 1, Jos G. Duque, La
Cresta.
FORS ALE:Seamless Plastic Lamp-
shades ideal for the Tropics
washable ond durable wide as-
sortment of shades and sizes
sacrifice prices. Hosmo-Frigidolre,
Vio Espaa.
FOR SALE: AKC Boxer Puppies
$100. 342.
FOR SALE:Meot Slicer 60 cycle.
$25.00; 3 HP 1 HP 25 cycle mo-
tor $60.00; 7.5 HP, 3 PH 60
cycle motor $90.00; outomotive
wheel aligning equipment, $25.00.
1445-A Owen St. 2-3630, Bolboe.
MOTHERS, for children's wear
infants to 4 years visit A1Y-
LANDIA, No. 39 43rd Street.
("If It's fer the Baby, we have
FOR SALE: Turpiol bugle bird,
with large cage. $15.00. 8125-
A, 4th St. Margorito.
LOST & FOUND
DID YOU FIND IT?
If net. yea did net try es. We carry
the lerjest end meet complete line
of MOTOROLA Custom Built cer
radies, radie eart and tubes. We
also carry choice assortment ef
automobile accessories. Don't weste
precious time shappwg. We heve
under one roof whet you ere looking
fer.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
Heine ef Motorola Radias
Ave. Jot* Francisco dm le Osee 31.
C.Z. Girl Seoul
Council To Sponsor
Four Day Camps
The Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council will sponsor four Day
Camps this summer.
The CalrC Building at Albrook
Field will be the site for two of
the Day Camps, namely. Camp
Trefoil for Intermediate Scouts
and the new Brownie Day Camp.
Both these camps are for Pacific
Side Girl Scouts and Brownies.
Camp Harriett for Brownie Gin
Scouts of the Atlantic Area will
be held at the Gatun Gymn-
asium.
Camp Morrow for Intermediate
Girl Scouts. Atlantic Sector will
be held at Trefoil House in Ga-
The Atlantic Side Camps will
operate for eight weeks on Wed-
nesday and Friday from 9 a.m.
until 3 p.m. from June 20 to
August 1.
Camp Trefoil will operate for
seven weeks, June 25 through the
week of August 10 on Wednes-
days and Thursday (except the
"Fourth of July.")
The new Brownie Day Camp
will operate) on a trial basis for
four weeks from the week of
July 9 through the week ending
August 3 on Mondays and Tues-
days.
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa Clare
Box number 435. Balboo. Phone
Panomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gromlich's Sonta Clara beach-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Villloms Sonte Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Spacious, completely
furnished residence built on 1600
meter lot, with 1000 meter* of
lown and (orden. Three bedrooms
with two bathrooms, two servants
quarters with servonts bathroom,
large kitchen with breakfast nook,
vestibule, diningroom, parlor, of-
fice, garage, two terraces. Furni-
ture is muted modern and In first
date condition. Located between
Paitilla ond Panama Golf Club.
Available for one year. Telephone
3-0255.
FOR RENT:Tiny, clean "Honey-
moon Cottage" in wonderful cli-
mate. Three people. Country-style
comforts!. For vocation or retired
employes. Privacy. Write or send
telegram to Fritz Marti, El Volcan,
Chiriqui, Panama.
FOR RENT:Three-bedroom house
ot 32, 50th St. (Son Martin),
partly air conditioned, completely
furnished ond equipped, ample
closet ond storage space, hot wa-
ter for four months from June
4th, Telephone 3-0444.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnished-unfurnished opart-
men t. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St., New Cristobal. Phone 1386.,Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:-Quiet, well ventilated
2 bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-dlnjngroom, servant's
quarters, hot water installation.
Good location. Bello Visto, No. 32,
44fh Street. Telephone 3-0815.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVAMAR table, .ink
or bar top, C0RALITE
wall board and NATC0R
store fronts.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
279 Central Aye. TeL 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
rer CUSHIONS, 8LIF-COVUM and
KE-UTHOLSTEINO aI TeT vtoh
our how-room. Custom built fuml-
&W tUSLTHS:
New Telephone 3-4*28.
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LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
lrrir.iedia.te
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#32 E. 29th St.
FOR RENT:- Apartment for rent.
43rd Street East ond Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 3-0140.
:OR RENT:Completely furnished,
ottractive, cool, two bedroom
opartment, located in Bella Visto.
Call Panama 3-4038 or Balboa
2461.
FOR RENT:Smoll aportmenf, rea--
sonoble rent, oil conveniences, with
or without furniture, apartments
Britania, Mexico Ave. end 43rd
Street. Tel. 3-0568, 10 to 12 ond
4 to 5.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room, inde-
pendent, cool, nice view, with or
without board, suitable for couple
or consulate office, Bella Vista,
48th Street No. 7.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model II1F Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plasm 5 de Mayo
Panam. Ft. P.
RADI0EAR
Trouble Free Hearing/Aids
with a lifetime
guaranteed microphone!
Ask for a Free
Demonstration at your
FULLER BRUSH-
ELECTROLUX
Distributor
11 "J" St (near Ancon P.O.)
Tel. Panam, 2-2386 2-3265
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
roa UCTEVRI COB
Phase I-3JM
lots roa SALS
Dawn rarssesst SIM.
Monthly Pajrajsasrl SIS
lots on Paved Street tram f I 00
q Meter.
e f'oi Rent: Hmvj Cesslpaseat tor
(round leveling,
We Real tees on Lone renna
| Lot Cluee at $3 and SJ WeeHJj
ft
FOR RENT: Office space ideally
suited for Doctors. Lawyers, Di-
plomats, Sales Agencies. Maid
Service, Private both, 24 hour
telephone answering and message
service in beautiful Hotel EL
PANAMA. Inquire Asst. Manager
3-1661.
*'
STUDY CAUSES OF CANCER
Researchers at a world-wide
cancer conference in Paris theo-
rized that cancer results from
many rather than a single cause.
Such factors as degenerative
changes In tissue are believed to
combine with outside agents of
this modern industrial era to
cause cancer. Research into can-
cer's causes is supported by funds
from the American Cancer So-
ciety. Give to the 1851 Cancer
Crusade.
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Phone 3-312 Panam
P.O Son 15. Panaaia
TAGAROPULOS
INDUSTRIES, S.A.
#4041 Feo. Boyd Ate
Coln R. P.
Phones:
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HOLLYWOOD
BI ERSK1NK JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Guys
iiiu dolls:
Hollywood's found the answ-
er to TVs south-bound neck-
line.
It's called he Nightgown
Look, men.
Black lace on flesh-colored
crepe, satin or silk and the
only thing that plunges Is the
Adam's apple of the male who
gets an eyeful of It.
Designer Bill Thomas Intro-
duces the fashion eyebrow-
raiser on Linda Darnell In
"The Lady Pays Oft."
Whispers Bill: "The night-
gown look started with Rita
Hay worth in 'Gllda' and disap-
peared. Now it's back and Its
going to be Big. Even house
dresses will have The Night-
gown Look. It keeps the boys
guessing. They won't be sure
whether it's material or flesh
under that lace."
James Mason was photogra-
phed for one of those TV com-
mercials saying. "8ee me at
my best on a-------------- tele-
vision set."
"I should have re-written the
line," he's grinning. "All of my
pictures playing on television
are 10 years old. 1 should have
said, 'See me at my best In
my youth --------on a;-------
televeslon set."'
Mason Is winding up his role
as Nazi Field Marshal Krwln
Rommel in "The Desert Fox.
The fact that Rommel was one
of the chief plotters In the
Hitler assassination attempt
will, the studio figure, make
him a sympathetic character
to U. S. moviegoers in a plot
about a plot.
SOPHIE TUCKER'S still
bristling because Hollywood
labeled her "another Marie
Dressier" when she made
"Thoroughbreds Don't Cry
way back in 1937. That's the
reason,1 eophle snorted, that
she's avoided movie cameras.
She says: ~a
"I don't want to be anybody
but Sophie Tucker. I>e knock-
ed myself out for 45 years. Why
should I be another Marie
Dressier? Or another anybody?
I'm Sophie Tucker, honey."
Don't call him Babyhe's six
feet tall, 18, and his name is
Ronald. LeRoy Overacker. But
at the age of nine months, he
was Baby LeRoy, the only actor
who ever stole a scene from
W. C: Fields.
Now a Los Angeles Junior col-
lege student, handsome RonaW
LeRoy blushes when the kids
toss "Baby" at him. He told
"I kept it quiet all through
high school but I'm stuck with
It now." No, he has no acting
ssolratlons. He "retired" at the
age of a year and a half and
says. "I don't even remember
working In the movies."
Hebrew University
Lecturer To Give
Series In Panam
Dr. Frederick R. Lachmann,
wellknown research scholar and
genealogist Is expected to arrive
in Panama Wednesday, for a
series of lectures which will be
given in English and Spanish.
Dr. Lachmann has travelled
extensively throughout Latin
America and other parts of the
world as special delegate of the
Hebrew University of Jerusa-
lem, and as representative of
the Institute of Technology in
Haifa, and the Wettzmann Insti-
tute of Science in Rehovath.
Besides having conducted
classes In philology and history
for several radio classes, Dr.
Lachmann was editor for many
years of one of the largest news-
papers in Europe.
During his trips, he has or-
ganized the first cultural in-
terchange between Israel and
the Latin Americas. He has or-
ganized and directed the Latin
American section of the Hebrew.
University, editing the magazine
"Scopus' and other Spanish pub-
lications.
Announcements of the aaie
and time of his proposed leer
tures will be made after his ar-
rival.
Small Fire Aboard
Santa Maria Doused
Welding operations on the 280
ton banana ship Santa Maria
caused a small fire aboard as she
approached Balboa yesterday.
The was sailing loaded from
Limones, Ecuador.
The tug Oatun and the port
fire chief went out. The smould-
ering was believed soon under
control.
The 8anta Maria is of Panama-
nian registry, and carried a crew
of 21.
SPEAKING FROM HIS private phone to the people of Pa-
nama. President Alclblades Arosemena Is shown shortly after
Dn Arnulfo Arias' dismissal when the National Assembly de-
clared him as Constitutional President of Panama. The tele-
phone was connected to a National Chain of Stations. Ap-
pearing In the photograph are Engineer Juan de Arco Oalin-
do, Minister of Public Health, Engineer Norberto Navarro,
Minister of Public Works, and the Minister of Government,
Miguel A. Ordonez.
Local Veteran Groups Plan
Memorial Day Observances
The Republic of Panama, The
Canal Zone and all Armed Serv-
ices installations are cooperating
Wednesday in a program of Me-
morial Day observances, under
the auspices of Ideal Veterans or-
ganizations.
Boy Scouts will take part in the
first service of the day. Later
veterans from local groups, re-
presentatives of the Armed Serv-
ices, Panamanian Government
officials and diplomats will be
active in the program.
A parade will pass In review by
Corozal Railroad Station at 9:30
a.m. followed immediately by
Memorial Day Services In Coro-
zal Cemetery. Should Tain inter-
fere, there will be no parade, but
the Memorial Day Services will be
held In the Corozal motion pic-
ture theater at 9:45.
While Boy Scouts are decorat-
ing veterans' graves in the cem-
etery at 7 a.m.. members of other
organizations will be leaving
flowers on graves of veterans In
Amador Cemetery, Panama.
Flag raising ceremonies at
7:30 a.m., will be observed by the
Boy Scouts at Balboa Heights*
Diablo Heights, Pedro Miguel,
Cocoli and Gamboa. Boy and Girl
Scouts, at the Balboa Heights
Memorial tablet.' will honor those
from the Canal Zone who lost
their lives In World War I. Gam-
boa. Memorial Plaque, will be the
scene of a third ceremony at-
tended by Scouts and ex-service
men. in memory of World War II
veterans.
Col. Clifford G. Blltch. Supt.
Gorgas Hospital, will make a
brief speech during the 8 a.m.
services- honoring the founder of
Gorgas Hospital. Members of the
hospital staff, Boy and Girl
Scouts, Brownies and Cubs will
be present. .
Transportation from the Bal-
boa Heights Rallraod station to
Corozal will be provided by the
Panama Railroad Company for
Papal Delegate
Accused By Reds
HONG KONG, May 26 (UP)
Chinese Communists have ac-
cused Monsignor Anthony Rl-
oeri. representative of the Holy
See in Nanking, of attempting
to block a Red-sponsored move-
ment to sever Chinese Catho-
lics from all connections with
the Vatican.
These accusations ara ex-
pected to be followed soon by
the expulsion of the prelate,
who is the Pope's only official
representative in Chic*
Czechs In Moravia
Sentenced Ta Die
Far Revolt Plan
PRAGUE,' May 28 (UP)
Three Czechoslovaklans were
sentenced to death to Moravia
today, and 24 to heavy prison
terms, on charges of murder,
robbery, treason and attempt-
ing to overthrow the Commun-
ist regime.
The defendants were accused
of collecting large stores of
arms and ammunition in the
forests near Gottwaldov and
supporting themselves by raid-
ing nearbr village* and farms.
British Stand
Snarls US Drive
For Jap treaty
WASHINGTON. May 28 (UP).
Great Britain has refused to
sign any Japanese peace treaty
that is signed by Nationalist Chi-
na. .
This strong British stand has
narled the United States drive
to complete the Japanese treaty
this year.
British Ambassador Sir Oliver
Franks has told the United States
Government that neither the
Chinese Nationalists nor the
Chinese Communists should sign
the Japanese treaty now.
Britain feels a general settle-
ment of the China question be-
fore any government signs the
treaty ou China's txhale
both the public and participating
units. Trains will leave Balboa as
9:15 a.m. with rear coaches re-
served for parade units of the va-
rious organizations.
Beginning at 9:30 a.m.. the pa-
rade will pass before a reviewing
party consisting In part of the
Honorabl) Ledo. Ignacio Molino,
Jr. and Honorable Dr. Miguel A.
Ordonez representing the Repub-
lic of Panama. Brigadier General'
Francis K. Newcomer, Governor .
of the Panama Canal, will be ac-
companied by top ranking offi-
cers of the Armed Services, with
other distinguished guests of the
diplomatic corps, governments.
Canal Zone and Armed Services.
Parading units will be led by
the Grand Marshal E. J. Eglln-
ton, Dept. Commander, VFW of
US and his aide M-Sgt. Joe How-
ard. Post 3222 VFW of US. Re-
presentation from the Republic
of Panama will consist of the
Cuerpo de Bomberos de Panama
Band lead by Raul A ran go.
Comandante Primer Jete and hi>
aides.
Memorial Services at Corozal
Cemetery will begin immediat-
ely following the parade. David
Albrltton, of Balboa High
School; will give Lincoln's Get-
tysburg address, a signal honor
earned by his excellent school
efforts. Major address of the
local Memorial Day Services will
be given here by Major Gen-
eral Ray E. Porter, Command-
ing Oeneral, US Army Carib-
bean followed by prayers In that
Catholic Jewish, and Protestan*
faiths.
Final service for the day wlQ
be for those who lost their lives)
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Last Confederate Vets Will
See Ironclads Fight Again
RICHMOND, Va., May 2
(UP)The Hrst 'battle of tne
Iionclkds" will be reenacted
In the Lafayette River off Nor-
folk June 2 for the benefit of
the lew surviving Confederate
veterans able to answer the
roll call at their forthcoming
ilnal reunion mere. '
Just 12 wearers of the gray
are ieft 10 recall the days mey
spent In conflict with the
Union. Not more than lour
plan to attend the convention,
sorting May 30.
The Navy, although busy ex-
panding its modern day fleet,
pausea to pay tribute to the
grandparents of the battle-
wagon by building full size re-
productions of the Monitor and
the Merrlmac for the mock
battle.
Plans, furnished by the Mar-
iners Museum at Morrison, Va.,
Included original drawings ul
the ships. The wavy is using
landing crafts for the hulls.
Manned by Navy crews using
blank .75 millimeter shells at
reduced charge, the mock bat-
tle will be a highlight of the
61st reunion. v
The battle of the Merrlmac
and Monitor, was a running en-
gagement fought In Hampton
rtoads on March 8, 1862. The
Merrlmac sailed out, Intent on
breaking the Yankee blockade
of this Important seaport, and
was attacking the wooden
frigate Minnesota when the
monitor, the 'Yankee Cheese-
box,'' appeared.
The battle, seen by crowds
at Norfolk, Newport News and
Old Point Comfort, was a draw
because the guns had no effect
on either of the Ironclads. But
the Merrlmac, trying to reach
the Minnesota, was rammed by
the Monitor and had to retire.
For the reunion the scene
was shifted to the Lafayette
River so the battle may oe
viewed from a downtown park.
The reunionto be attended
by three and possibly four of
the 12 surviving confederate
veteranswill be closed June
3 with a 48-gun salute on the
cannon Stonewall Jackson used
In the Valley Campaign and
with the blowing of retreat on
a bugle uesd at Second Manas-
sas.
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Franco Spain Jumps
On Black Marketeers
BV HAYNES THOMPSON
MADRID, Spain. (UP) A
crackdown on black marketeers
has been started in a government
effort to halt a mounting wave
of resentment over high living
costs.
Acting on cabinet orders, top
police officials were reported
weeding out Kraft suspects and
double checking food supply
channels for irregulpritirs.
If he has an average size fami-
ly, most of his salary goes for
food, the way prices are now.
Despite the usual Increase In
prices brought on by national
and world inflation, many basic
food items in Spain have remain-
ed costly and above all scarce to
an extent unjustified by the na-
Ion's supply and demand.
Ordered personan hv the-Span-
lsh chief of state, Generalissimo
The government action c?mc ; Francisco Franco, a meat inves-
af ter unrest over high living costs ligation was begun early In
and low wages flared Into vio- I March and Is still going on.
lence in Barcelona. There were The scandal involved the shlp-
GOVERNOR NEWCOMER received the thanks of the Cuna
Indian visitors to the Pacific side in the Cuna language from
the voung woman in the above picture. She was one of sev-
eral "who called at the Governor's Offlee with Chief Iguatlin-
Kl Plpelele, of Tigre Island (facing the Governor) and Felix
Oiler, Intendente of the San Bias, shown standing back of
Samuel Morris, English interpreter, who translated the
thank you" speech of the voung woman and the Governor's
reply. The ceremony took place Just before the Indians
danced on the lawn below the Administration Building.
Some 3,000 people came to see the Cunas.
Unofficial answers to some of the most common ques-
tions asked about the Indians were supplied by the inter-
preters and Americans who accompanied the visitors. The
necklaces which the women wear ordinarily Include about
$100 worth of coins. United States. Panamanian, English and
Colombian. The gold ornaments which make up separate
necklaces apart from the coins are gold plated with designs
worked In the metal bv a Jeweler In Panama. The designs
in the heavy gold pieces which comprise the necklaces and
earrings, the m special religious or tribal significance.
The large ruund earrings are valued at about $50 each.
The gold rings which tne women wear through their noses
do not clip on. but actually pierce their nostrils. The wo-
men's heavy makeup, bright spots of red on their cheeks
and a black stripe down the bridge of the nose, are made
from plants and trees on the islands.____________________
unruly student demonstrations In
Madrid and crossed-arm work
stoppages in three textile fac-
tories in the San Sebastian area.
The cost of living, according to
the Spanish chamber of com-
merce, has risen about seven
times over 1935 as aRPhT-t in In-
ment of huge quantities of live-
stock and slaughtered meat acros8
the Portuguese and French bor-
ders through illegal channels,
thus creating a shortage In Span-
ish butcher shops.
Details of the investigation
have been kept secret. Informed
crease In wages of only about 3i quarters said several hundred
times over 1935. I breeders and government off 1-
Baslc food prices here do not clals, some In top posts, were in-
appear excessively high to for-
eigners when calculated on the
tourist exchange rate of 40 pese-
tas to the dollar.
It's another matter for Span-
lards. A better than average wage
volved.
With housewives still smarting
from the meat scandal, they re-
ceived another blow last week
when Madrid's mayor. Jose Mo-
reno Torres, calmlv told a puollc
Eager Recruit Is
Dodged By Draft
KALISPELU Mont. May 26
(UP) Aaron Thompson says
he's healthy, strong and has
square shoulders but the Army
recruiters don't want him.
Thompson has volunteered
four timesduring the Spanish-
American and both World Wars
and now the Korean War. The
first two times he was turned
down because he was a farmer;
the third and fourth times be-
cause of his age. He's 72.
earner here makes onlv 3,000 pe- meeting of the municipal coun-
setas ($75i a month for a two- I ell that 40 per cent of the capi-
Job, 12-hour day. I tal's milk Is "pure water at best."
Farm Tenants Are Close
Under Landlord's Eye
CHAMPAIGN. HI. (UP) A
University of Illinois study of
farm leases srnws that about
70 ppr cent of the landords live
within 20 miles of their farms.
Colleges Have Learned
Something Since 1899
STARKVILLE. Miss May 26,
(UP)Life in a college dormi-
tory Is a bed of roses nowadays,
says Ma]. I. D. Sessums, class of
1899 at Mississippi State College.
Sessums says that when he
moved Into his dormitory back
in 1895, all the school furnish
ed was an iron bedstead.
"Mattress, bedding, chairs,
table, washstand and other
Items were supplied by the stu-
dent," he recalled.
And a school bus didn't run
von to the college grounds,
either.
Another 13 per cent live within
60 miles, and only 13 per cent
Uve more than 100 miles away.
The study also showed that
about 30 per cent of the land-
lords are related to their ten-
ants.
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THE Sl'NDAT AMERICAN
SUNDAY. MAT 27. l51
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r naj if
Breathtaking Action, Thrills Mark
Tripoli' Due Thursday At Central
[When motion picture directo-
nil Price called -aetlen" on the
Mof Paramouni's outdoor an
?mure drama. -Trpoli," whleh
sens Thursday at the Central
heater, he used the right word.
! >r according to preview reports,
:s Technicolor film Is a hlgh-
:u.ered thriller from the oprv
.1? scene to the final facieoi.t.
Starring gorgeous Maureen O'-
! Hara. John Payne and Howard do
| Silva. "Tripoli." rr-oieates one of
he most exciting episodes in Ma-
A TAToF TWO MICKEY S Which one is Mickey Rooney?
The one on the right is the kid movie star who played a cl-
- gar-smoking midRet at five alter making his stage debut
before he was a year old. The one on the left is Mickey
, Rooney, Jr.. age 5. who proved on a Hollywood radio quiz
show recently that he's more than a reasonable facsimile of
5his famous dad who's now 30 years old. Mickey. Jr.. Is
the son of Rooney. St.. and the former Bettv Jane Rase of
Birmingham. Ala. The parents are divorced.
I : "m-ps history, the story of
1 .. ley O'Bannon won a per-
[j.r e^.i niche In the Leatherneck
i hall of fame when he organized
; r.nd led an army against the infa-
mous Barbary pirates of Tripoli
who were seeking to exact tribute
from the United States.
In portraying the adventurous
O'Bannon. John Payne has his
fourth consecutive action role.
Most recently he was seen as a
i Texas Ranger In "The Eagle and
' 'he Hawk." and prior to that as a
hard-bitten sea skipper In "Cap-
tain China." Yet. not too long a-
go the versatile star was singing
and dancing in musicals.
One of the most beautiful ac-
tresses in Hollywood, Maureen
O'Hara, is teamed for the fourth
time with Payne in "Tripoli."
which probably Is some sort of
casting record. They were last
seen together in "Miracle on 34th
Street." Miss O'Hara had the
unique distinction of being di-
rected bv her husband. Will
Price. In "Tripoli." the first time
the two ever pooled their talents
on the same picture.
In order to get authentic back-
grounds for the film, producers
William Pine and William Tho-
mas moved a troupe of 354 people
to a location site near Palm1
Springs. California, where desert
areas abound. A menagerie of
horses, dogs, sheep, goats, cam-
els, oxen and burros also was
transported to the scene.
One of the most exciting epi-
sodes in "Tripoli," according to
advance reports, is a spectacular
sand and wind storm for which
Mother Nature supplied the in-
gredients. Director Price had
planned to simulate the storm
with wind machines, but. on the
scheduled day the elements took
a hand and gave ace cameramen
James Wong Howe what he called
the most thrilling scene he had
ever filmed.
Philip Reed and Grant Withers
head the featured cast of "Tripo-
li." which was will ten for the
screen by Winston Miller.
Chris Pin Martin,
Character Actor
Feeds 20 a Day
HOLLYWODO. May 28. (UP)
Chris Pin Martin, one of Holly-
wood's veteran character actors,
has worked continuously for 40
years. He said it is because he
has 20 dependents praying con-
tinuously.
If Martin doesn't work the de-
pendents don't eat. That keeps
his family constantly on their
knees.
"I came to Hollywood in 1911
| and I have always worked steadi-
ly since." Martin said. "My fami-
ly prays most earnestly to the
saints for my economic welfare.
"So after I finish each picture.
I throw a big party for 400 or 500
of my relatives and friends. I go
broke, but I am sure that I will
soon get another part and have
more money."
Martin celebrated his 40th an-
niversary in films while he was
working In support of Josephine
Hull and Howard Duff In Univer-
sal-International's "Fine Day." It
was the old Universal studio
which first brought Martin to
Hollywood from Arizona with
other Yaqul Indians to work in
I westerns for $5 a day and a meat
ration.
Martin led California's last In-
dian uprising when he discovered
the meat ration was horse meat.
A year after he started his
movie career, Martin married
and he and his wife have four
children, all of them married
and living with the Martins in
their 14-room house, one of Los
Angeles' oldest residences. Nine
grandchildren, his grandmother
and various permanent house
guests also make their home
there.
Ruth Roman Would
Step In As Queen
Of Sarong Line
HOLLYWOOD. May 28 (UP) _
Ruth Roman Is back from a va-
cation in Hawaii and says she
wants to become Hollywood's
next queen of the sarong.
Dorothy Lamour has stopped
wearing sarongs and Miss Roman
who up to now has specialized In
more dramatic assignments, is
ready to start.
"It's all part of what Honolulu
did to me." she said. "I'm full of
fresh air and sunshine and sight-
seeing and I have a whole new
outlook on life and my career.
"An actress who doesn't travel
once in a while might as well be
dead."
Miss Roman took off for three
weeks of Hawaiian enchantment
after two full years at Warner
Bros., working "like a auper-
r-harged thing."
"I didn't realize how badly I
needed a change of scenery until
I sailed from San Francisco," she
said.
13th Letter9 Brings
Unusual Cast To Lux
vi
Golfers Story Follow The Sun' Mixes Love
And Sports For Good Drama: Now At Balboa
Linda Darnell. Charles Boyer,
Michael Rennie and Constance
Smith form the luminous quartet
of stars which spins out the dra-
ma of "The 13th Letter" on the
Lux Theater screen starting
Thursday. One of the most unu-
sual stories that has reached the
screen. "The 13th Letter" con-
cerns Itself with a set of the
strangest and most fascinating
characters on dramatic record.
Crux of the plot of "The 13th
Letter" is the effect on a small
French-Canadian town of a se-
ries of malicious, poison-pen let-
ters. Until the scarlet-pen author
of this dissemination of evil Is
unmasked, a town Is terrorized
and the complexities of human
relationships explored and ex-
posed. The picture aims to reveal
the guilt that Is shared by the
victims no less than the writer,
by the accused as well as the ac-
cuser.
To enact the leading roles, a
variety of performers was enroll-
ed. Linda Darnell, whose devel-
opment from a Hollywood beauty
queen to an actress of considera-
ble stature In "No Way Out" was
one of the highlights of the past
film year, is cast as a love-hungry
lame girl, whose affllotlon is re-
presentative of the flaw in per-
fection which touches all hu-'
mans.
Charles Boyer, the screen lov-
er who has been partnered with
all of the greats Oarbo, Dietrich,
Bergman, Lamarr, Bette Davis,
Irene Dunne, Loretta Young.
Jean Arthur in his famous ro-
mantic characterization, turns
up In a new phase of his career
as the aging, jealousy-plagued
doctor of "Tn 13th Letter."
Bearded and balding, the "new"
Boyer joins the ranks of matur-
ing actors who have taken on new
prominent* as players of charac-
ter roles. It was his recent tri-
umph as a legitimate actor on the
New York stageIn "Red Gloves"
that set Boyer on his new
course.
In Michael Rennie and Con-
stance Smith the American
screen Inherits two fresh stars
who have come to prominence
via the filming by American mo-
tion picture companies of Impor-
tant projects abroad. Miss Smith
won attention in "The Mudlark"
and Mr. Rennie came to the fore
In "Trio" and "The Black Rose."
Both are now under contract to
Twentieth Century-Fox, produc-
ers of "The 13th Letter."
Supporting players In the ln-
ternatlonally-mlnded new melo-
drama are Francoise Rosay, dis-
tinguished star of the French
screen whose foreign-language
film, "Portrait of a Woman," in
which she played a multiple role,
won wide showing and high
praisahere; Judith Evelyn. New
York stage star who has won re-
nown from her appearances In
"Angel Street" and "A Streetcar
Named Desire"; Guy Sorel and
June Hedln.
Production of "The 13th Letter"
was concentrated on location
shooting in two Canadian towns
which fulfilled the requirements
of the screen play, written by
Howard Koch and based on a
story by Louis Chavance. Some
700 extras, aside from a score of
localities with speaking roles,
were enlisted In the cause. Di-
rector-Producer Otto Premlnger,
whose major effort since the A-
cademy Award winning direction
of "Laura" this Is, took his cues
from a previous version, "Le Cor-
beau" (The Raven), produced In
France and directed by Henri-
Georges Clouaot. Premlnger was
recently' represented on Broad-
way, which shares his time with
Hollywood, by the new play,
"Four Twelves Are 48" and will
shortly stage "The Moon Is Blue."
Like the hero of Its story. "Fol-
low The Sun" turns out to be a
champion at the Balboa Theater.
It provides one of the most sa-
tisfying screen entertainments
seen here In a long time and
while it is essentially a film pro-
file of Ben Hogan. -one of Amer-
ica's greatest golfers, it is much
more than a picture about golf.
It la a moving story of great love
with action, courage and accom-
plishment underllr.Vg the story
fabric. Film fans who don't know
what a golf links looks like will
find as much pleasure in this
Twentieth Century-Fox splen-
didly produced picture as the
most ardent golf addicts; even
the golf widows will be compen-
sated by "Follow The Sun."
Glenn Ford as the sly. soft-
spoken Hogan. whose life moti-
vates every minute of tl pic-
ture from the time he and his
wife Valerie, played superbly by
Anne Baxter, start on the swing
of tournaments until he stages
the most dramatic comeback in
the annals of sport, gives one of
his finest screen performances.
His successful characterization
was a triumph of physical as
well as acting ability for Ford
had to play golf with the same
perfection the real-Ufe Hogan
displayed in being the only golf-
er to win the U.S. Open twice.
Hogan's Ufe was filled with so
much drama of heart break,
courage and pluck that Producer
Samuel G. Engel and Director
Sidney Lanfleld had a plethora
of material with which to fash-
Ion a photoplay of tingling action
and homely philosophy. "Follow
The Sun" proved once again that
love and devotion between hus-
band and wife can conquer al-
most insurmountable obstacles.
Ben Hogan never knew frustra-
tion; he fought for perfection and
attained it hut not without the
support and encouragement from
his wife. In this type of role,
Miss Baxter excels and she
brought to the story a leavening
Influence that gave It much
warmth.
Dennis OTCeefe. who shares
starring honors with Miss Baxter
and Mr. Ford, plays the role of
Chuck Williams, a breezy extro-
vert who tmpora rllv occupies
high rank among the pros, and
June Havoc has the part of a so-
cialite who falls for Chuck and
finally snares him. Both add to
the lighter moments of the sto-
ry. For those who like to hobnob
with the pros, the picture boasts
such golf threats as Sammy
Snead. Jimmy Demaret. Dr. Ca-
ry Middlecoff. Ralph Gudahl. Al
Demaret, Mortl Dutra and Jimmy
Thompson, among others. Of
course, one of the big scenes In
the picture Is the famous match
between Hogan and Snead for the
Los Angeles Open title in which
Hogan becomes the hero of the
golfing world although he lose
the match.
On The Records
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent

HOLLYWOOD, (NBA).On the
Record: Veteran actor H. B.
Warner on Hollywood's current
crop of new faces: "Most of them
don't know Friday from Philadel-
phia about acting."
Rita Hayworth's agent. Abe
Lastfogel: -Rita has never look-
ed more beautiful. She's learned
about the realities and the good
things of life worth holding."
Gary Cooper, on autograph col-
lectors: "I like 'em as long as
they bring their own pencils and
don't push.*'
Varga, creator of the leggy
Varga girl, on how long he's been
fascinated by feminine legs:
"When I was eight years old
and In school I dropped my pen-
cil all the time so I could get a
better look at my teacher's legs."
8ophle Tucker, about TV cen-
sorship. "I won't let them blue-
pencil me. I've never gotten along
In the movies and radio because
they won't let me be Sophie
Tucker. Listen, I'm not a 16-year-
old girl. I know what to do and
how far to go."
Linda Darnell, about romance:
"I've got a year to wait before I
can marry again. Once I had
three dates in a row with a very
nice guy. Everybody said 'Oops!'
so we stopped seeing each other."
*
Scotty Beckett, whose divorce
from Beverly Baker is final May
31, has been rejected for military
service because of an asthmatic
condition.... Hollywood's animal
cycle'Is still Cycling. Now It's a
bull named Saturn due for a
glamour buildup In "Ring Around
Saturn."

Jazz has replaced Schmaltz In
Germany for the first time In
history, with Louis Armstrong
and Duke Ellington leading the
record sales there-----Paul Hen-
reld's return to the stage, In "The
Merry Widow" In San Francisco,
has Hollywood buzzing, "Another
Pinza?" The Frisco critics are
still raving.
Inside on the rumor that Oar-
bo would make a comeback film
at MGM Is that Dore Schary out-
lined a story Idea to her and pro-
mised to develop it if she seemed
enthusiastic. A few days later
Oarbo cooled on the project and
It withered on the vine.

l'nited Artiste will release "The
River," as a road show special. It
was filmed entirely 1b India. .
Michele Morgan, whose Bolly-
wood luck never equalled her
European success, may light
down in plaster city again. Her
French movie-profile hubby,
Henri Vidal, is being wooed by
the studios. Note to wolves:
Dorothy Shay is taking judo les-
sons, training for her movie-role
in the fall as a lady pirate.
Let other actresses scream
about being typed in floozy parts.
Not Adele Jergens, who want it
known that "they pay off."
Adele's "witching up" Dinah
Shore's life in "Aaron Slick From
Punkin Crick" and she told me
Just what she thinks about It all:
"Listen .these parts give me a lot
of work," she shrugs. "There's
always a 'witch' in a picture and
I'm the champ at playing them."
Eye-opener: Errol Flynn's ex-
mother-in-law, Marge Eddlngton,
is writing a book, "My Life With
Errol Flynn." She continued to
manage his home after his di-
vorce from daughter Nora.

Gloria Swanson has notified
Wald-Krasna that she'll do the
Paris buyer role In "Exclusive
Model" if the picture rolls and
winds up during the month of
July-----They've Issued the shed-
weight order to Mario Lanza at
MGM. Nina Foch is denying
rumors that she'll be the next
Mrs. Artie Shaw or that her heart
is even going pit-pat.
"I know Artie," she told me,
' but not that well."
There's a deal spinning for
Margaret Truman and Vaughn
Monroe to team up for an album
of semi-classical records.

Irene Ryan's satirical take-off
on (iussie Aloran is titled, "How
Green Was My Volley."
Short Takes. Lota Moran, the
0?e,\,m? star' wUl teaeh acting
at Stanford University this sum-
mer.
wS0*rt ,Ryan ta bucking Bob
Mlwhurn for top fan mail honors
at ix KO.

There are nine film titles based
pn Gen. MacArthur's congress-
ional speech tag line. "Old sol-
diers never die. they Just fade
away." A camera hasn't turned
pn any of them, however. .
Lloyd Bacon's comment after
seeing one of those swashbuck-
ling pictures:
"It buckled when it should have
swashed."

Inside on MGM's "The Ply-
mouth Adventure": Spencer
Tracy as skipper m a Mayflower
loaded with star.
NEW YORK, May 28 (UP)
Decca has Issued three new al-
bums featuring three of its top
bands.
For You," showcasing the
orchestra of Missouri-born Gor-i
don Jenkins, has eight well-
I played fox trots Including "For
I You," "On the Painted Desert,"
"Dark Eyes," and "My Funny
Valentine." Various men vocal-
ists and a chorus appear on the
sides, which might better have
been kept all-instrumental.
"Moongloio," is an all-ins-
trumental album with Lion-
el Hampton and his sextet.
The tunes, all popular swing
classics, include "Moon-
glow." "Penthouse Serenade,"
"The Man I Love," "You Go
To My Head," and Til Re-
member April."
Jerry Gray's Orchestra plays
eight songs In the Glen Miller
style in the album. "In The
Mood." Gray, who was one of
Miller's arrangers, has picked
eight gcod instrumental fox
trots such as "In The Mood,"
"Night And Day," "Dancing In
The Dark," and 'Smoke Gets In
Your Eyes."
New Singles:
Vaughn Monroe has taken
"Sound Off," a count-off chant
by Willie Lee Duckworth which
has been kicking around since
World War II and has made an
arrangement which Is pushing
It up on the hit parade because
of Its pep and Imagination
(RCA Victor).The Mills Bro-
thers with Tommy Dorsey's Or-
chestra have a pair of excellent
sides in 'You Know You Belong
To Somebody Else" and "Please
Don't Talk About Me When I'm
Gone" (Decca).
Arthur Godfrey and Janette
Davis have a fine duet In the
nostalgic mood with "When You
And T Were Young Maggie
Blues" (Columbia) and Marga-
ret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely
alos have a good duet of the
number for Capitol... Another
such duet about the old days
Is Carson Roblson and Renee
Arena singing "Our Silver An-
niversary" (M-G-M).
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Hoy a las liete de la noche:
El Concierto del Domingo
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de Rimskv-Korsakov.
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nica de Flladelfla.
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PANAMA, K. P., DOMINGO, MATO 17. MM
DIEZ CENTESIMO*
o se harn cambios en
le Consejo de Economa
----------
Je tendrn muy en cuenta los
[proyectos preparados por sus
miembros, dice el Presidente
Este organismo es el que orienta la poltica
econmica de la repblica
Se aceleran los trabajos
de la Casa del Periodista
El Presidente de h Repbli-
ca, don Alclbiades Aroseme-
na. declar en > maana de
Ihov noe no habra cambios
en el Consejo Nacional de
BU. nomia y que esta seria
ana entidad que ae tendra
muv en cuenta para tot pro-
recto* que desarrollar el Es-
tado. _
Los miembros principales
le Consejo de Economa Na-
cional son: Lie. Galileo Soils,
Manuel Everardo Duque, Al-
berto Lindo, Roberto F. Cnla-
ri y Rubn Daro Caries Jr.
Acta como secretarlo, el H*
renciado Carlos Rangel.
Este organismo tiene como
funcin fundamental la -
rientacin de la poltica eco-
nmica del pas y estudiar to-
dos los proyecto! sobre ma-
teria hacendarla que prepare
el rgano Ejecutivo.
Apela Gran Bretaa ante el
Tribunal de Justicia Ae La
Haya sobre el caso de Irn
Asgnanse cuotas
de papel para 8
pases europeos
WASHINGTON. Mayo 28 (.
pjLa Comisin de la Pulpa
y Papel, de la Conferencia In-
ternacional da Materiales, ha
acordado segn se tiene enten-
dido, recomendar una asigna-
cin de emergencia de dies mil
toneladas de papel de peridico
para Gran Bretaa, Alemania
Occidental, India, irn, Indo-
china, Indonesia, Birmania y
Yugoeslava.
Todava no se ha hecho el
anuncio oficial del resultado,
aunque so entiende que se re-
comend la asignacin de tres
mil toneladas de papel a Fran-
cia, en vista de las necesidades
especiales que ae sienten all
durante la campaa previa a
las elecciones del 16 de Junio.
No hay detalles, de momento
respecto a as cantidades de pa-
pel propuestas para los dems
aises, ni se ha confirmado de-
nitivamente oi total para ellos.
Las trabajos de la Casa del Periodista sern '"*""'-
cados, segn declar ayer el Presidente de la Repblica Don
Alclbiades Arosemena. Agreg que haba >"?" al res-
pecto con el Ministro de Obras Publicas, Ing. Norberto_Na-
varro. a fin de tomar las medidas que sean necesarias para
acelerar estos trabajos. w.vi..
Tambin manifest el Presidente Aroaemena qne.nabian
llegado los materiales que sern usados en la c*r62*n
del edificio de oficinas, bibliotecas y departamento de haes-
p.des. Este edificio tendr tres pisos v quedara al lado.JWi
auditorium, el cual se construye actualmente.
Se desarrollar en EL UU.
plan de desarme atmico
! atjot
ndia
Acusa al Gobierno de Irn de 'anulacin o
alteracin unilateral" de su convenio con la
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
!
LONDRES, Maj<> 27 (UP)
Gobierno Britnico apelo al
ounal Internacional de Just-
pldlendo que se declara a
'an violador del derecho ui-
rnaclonal si persiste en na-
gualizar las propiedades de la
uglo Iranian Oil Co. sin o-
ater la disputa a arbitraje.
(El reirse* oficial britnico,
i: enviado al registro del Til-
mal Internacional ds La Haya
loche y lo hizo publicar en
[Adres a inedia noche l
|Mo se encuentra
ncomunicado el
)r. Arnulfo Arlas
La Fiscala Segunda del Tri-
inal Superior Inform ayer
lie el doctor Arnulfo Arias no
encuentra Incomunicado.
Una vez que termin el Jui-
o que la Asamblea Nacional
sigui al doctor Arnulfo A-
as por extralimitacin de fu-
ones, se anunci que el Dr.
.las permanecera tncomuni-
ido a rdenes de la Fiscala
igunda.
niiterio de Relaciones Exterio-
res. } ,
El Gobierno britnico acusa al
ti-hnio de "anulacin o altera-
cin unilateral" de su conve-
nio de concesin petrolera ion
la Anglo-Iranian, rechazar, la
peticin de arbitraje hecha pvi
la compaa y tambin de dlr
poneraa', aparentemente, a
chazar la Invitacin a negocia*
gam hecha por el Gobierna bil-
fanico-
Se Incendia buque
brasileo en E. U.
NUEVA ORLEAJ8, Mayo 25
(UP)Se desarrollo un Incen-
di relmpago en la bodega de
proa del buque brasileo "Gua-
rantinga", el cual est siendo
transformado en los astilleros
"Higglns", de barco de desem-
barco en navio de carga.
El fuego dur menos de un
minuto y caus daos lnslgnl-
ficantes en el, buque, pero el
obrero de 21 aos, Frank Or-1
leans sufri quemaduras gravea.
Otaemna se>" encontraba pin-,
tando la bodega cuando se pro-
du]o repentinamente el fuego,
Oran Bretaa pide al-Triui- r -on fuerza de explosin.
nal que declare que es "el de- a Polica cree que la causa
b*T" del Gobierno de Irn se- e\ fuego fu la inflamacin
meterse a arbitraje y aceptar violenta dal vapor desprend
cualquier laudo dictado por" el do por la ofeitura.
tribunal de arbitraje.
Pide al Tribunal que si Irn
te niega al arbitraje, declare lo
s'gulente:
I) La nacionalizacin por t-
rn de las propiedades de la
Anglo-Iranian Oil Co.. consti-
tuira una violacin grave del
derecho Internacional.
2 La negativa. de Irn de
aceptar el arbitraje de la dispu-
ta lo hace culpable de "nega-
cin de Justicia" contraria al
duec'no internacional.
3) El acuerdo de 1933 en'.re
lian y 1 a compaa no puede
anularse o alterarse unllatea'-
Doa Max Arosemena. en momenta en que temaba hettsien
del cargo de Gerente del Banco de Urbanizacin y Rehabili-
tacin, puesto para el cual fu recientemente nombrado por
Excnao. Sr. Presidente de la Repblica. Don Alclbiades
I profesor Arosemena recibe las llaves de esa
de manos del ex-Gerente seor Edrep Bricenn.
igUnna. mnrxta
Bt ttoV^f f ArtS "irn debe dar "satisfacer.
s de esa Fiscala, pero no ln- dos los actos cometidos'con,ra
municado. Ha compaa. ____________
'
trescientos mil rojos
te concentran frente a
lis costas de Formosa
is patrullas navales nacionalistas mantienen una
estrecha vigilancia listas para entrar en accin
Con la' participacin de las
Agasajadoi en E.U. fuerzas armadas de los E.U.
el Director de
"ET tiempo"
ser clausurada hoy la Feria
Un variado programa se ha preparado para este
ltimo da de actividades de esta magnfica
exposicin agrcola y comercial
COLON, Mayo 27 (BPF) Hay tendr lugar la solemne claa-
sura de la Feria de Coln. El acto se efectuar de 5 a 6 de la
tarde y lo presidir el Ministro de Agricultura, Comercio e
Industrias, Ing. David Samadlo, quien pronunoiar el discurso de
clausura.
Un Interesantsimo y variado programa ha preparado el Co-
mit de la Feria para este ltimo da de sus actividades, que ha
sido declarado da del buen vecino y de las fuerzas armadas de
MldlO por el Mayor General '* Estad??, nMoa. La Zona del Can-I participar "resunta
Julius OehsAdler. Gerente Ge- ult,mo .d,a_dfJi! 'erU- H rot*m* "w tom*r p*r"
PAIPEI, Mayo 26 (UP) Des-
eos nacionalistas pronosll-
1 un ataque inminente de 'os
nunlstaa a la Iala Quemoy o
limnam al lado de Amcy,
nte a la costa de Fuklen.
1 peridico Unin China atrl-
re a una fuente del conc-
ite la noticia de que ha fca-
o un evidente aumento le
pas rojas en la costa de sur
China en las recientes se-
nas-
In la provincia de Fuklen. al
-este, los comunistas ya cen-
draron 150 mil hombres nn
linea de 125 kilmetros des-
el extremo mas meridional
Chlaoan en la frontera dt
angtung subiendo por la coe-
haata cerca de Amoy.
is Informes de concentracio-
de fuerzas comunistas cnl-
na* a lo largo de las reglocej
costeras frente a Formosa se
consderan generalmente acerta-
dos. Los despachos previos, tan-
to oficiales como extra-ofician s
decan que los comunistas han
acumulado 300 mil hombres en
Cheklang, Fuklen y al este de
Kwangtung.
Las autoridades en Formosa
vaticinan que loa ropos chinos
hostilizarn con ataques a -.s
puestos nacionalistas cerca del
continente.
Se dice que las guarniciones
nacionalistas de Quemoy y l-.a
patrullas navales mantienen u-
na estrecha vigilancia. Entre-
tanto, los despachos de la pre.i-
aa China dicen que las guerri
lias nacionalistas en la Isla ae
Hainan vienen aumentando tn
i.n intensidad sus operaciones.
NUEVA YORK, Mayo M (U.
P.)Los directores y principa-
les redactores del "New York
Tunes" ofrecieron hoy un al-
muerzo al director de "El Tiem-
po" de Bogot, Roberto Garca
Pea.
El almuerzo fu servido en
los comedores del propio "New
Vork Times" y la mesa estuvo
presidida por el Mayor General
Julius Ochs Adler. Gerente Ge-
neral y Viee-Presidente del
"New Vork Times". Charles
Merz. editoriallsta. Edwin Ja-
mes, Director, Turner Catledge.
Sub-Director, Anne Ohara Me
Cormlck, columnista del diario.
Herbert Matthews, editoriallsta
de asuntos Latino-Americanos.
Durante al almuerzo Garca
Pea inform a loa directores
y redactores del "Times" sobre
la situacin colombiana, espe-
cialmente en cuanto ae rela-
ciona a los problemas que ac-
tualmente afrontan los peridi-
cos en su pais.
Los periodistas norte-ameri-
canos expresaron su solarldad
con la tesis de libertad de In-
formacin y de expresin y es-
pecialmente con las causas que
en ese sentido defienden los
diarios Latino-Americanos, co-
mo "El Tiempo"
_________-u----------------------
Los universitarios
pedirn revisin
de un decreto
En reunin celebrada en la
Universidad de Panam, el 24
de Mayo de 1951, entre gradan
dos de loa cursos de profesles
y los miembros de la Federacin
de Profesores Graduadoe, ios
primeros declararon su adhe-
sin firme y su cooperacin u-
nnime al movimiento Iniciado
por esta federacin para obte-
ner la revisin del Decreto 2C10
del 1 de Abril de 1948 que, *
gn han manifestado algunos a-
bogados de la localidad, viola
disposiciones claras y terminan-
tes de la Ley Orgnica (de JI-
ducacln.
Graduandos y graduados as-
piran a que los profesores con
ttulos universitarios puedan
prestar servicios en las escue-
las secundarlas oficiales, en las
cuales hay actualmente uuos
trescientos profesores sin grado
Participan en los
juegos de la feria
menores de edad
COLON, Mayo 25 (RCS) La
uellncuencia Infantil llega a su
iiis alto nivel en esta ciudad,
londe nios entre de 8 y 15 a-
Jlos de edad, toman participa-
ciones en las mesas de Juegos
que ae hallan instaladas en los
torreaos de la Feria.
Est corresponsal a seguido
de cer^a todos los aconteclmlun
tos de < la feria y a podido pal-
par que los mismos padres, .>on
en parte, responsables que .. s
iiftos lleguen hasta el extremo
de pedir dirwro para acercarse
n esas mesas donde se hallan
mis auperiores. Claro est cuan-
do pierden el dinero conseguido
por conducto de persona extra-
fia no lee queda otro recurso
que conseguirlo de la manera
cu ellos lo crean ms fcil,
dando por resultado que esta 1-
aoa del juego los lleva hasta la
crcel. Hay padres que ci'.ndo
vtn esta anomala se preguntan
que hace la Polica, pero la ver-
dad es, que qu hara la Poli-
ca con coartar a estos menores,
Miando muchos de ellos, apadrinados por sus padres sin
saber sto esl perjuicio que les
,'caslonan.
Rusia anunci su oposicin
a este plan que califica de
farsa para evadir el desarme
"Esto no nos sacar del atolladero en que noa )
encontramos" dice su delegado
NUEVA YORK, Moyo~26 (UP) Con lo urgancio de)
control de energa atmica acentuada por al anuncio da
Estados Unidos del xito de las pruebas de experimenta'
cin de la bomba de hidrgeno, Estados Unidos present
un plan para la fusin de gestiones de las Naciones Uni-
das sobre el desarme atmico y no atmico.
Rusia anunci inmediatamente su oposicin al plan, cali-
ficndolo de una farsa encaminadq "a hacer al mundo pen-
sar que se hoce algo con el objeto de ocultar la folta da
deseo de Estados Unidos de
El delegado norteamericano,
Frank Nash, present un plan
al grupo preparatorio de doce
naciones, como paso destinado
a "desarrollar un enfoque nue-
vo y fortalaeldo del problema".
El delegada sovitico Semyon
Tharapkin, aludiendo a la es-
tipulacin de que las convera-
c iones deben basarte en an
plan de control atmico apoya-
do por la mayora hasta que se
eneuentre algo mejor, dijo qv
esto significa que la prepuesta
ograr el desarme."
de Estados Unidos "s# bo k-
car del atolladero en que no*
encontramos hoy".
Se opuso tambin a la pre-
puesta norteamericana de qia
las Naciones Unidas resuman
los esfuersos de desarme de la
Sociedad de Naciones, alegando
que esos esfuersos resultaron
cien por ciento negativos pero
sobre sto, el ruso fu derrotado
en votacin de once contra uno.
ic la Zona es el siguiente:
A la una y media de la tarde miot ,M Mmtdores.
concurso de avionetas modelo, A Ug dier de la noche ce_
con premios a los ganadores. brar un gran baile de des-
Alas dos y media: Bailes por pedia en honor de su Majes-
tad GIOCONDA I, Reina de la
Feria, y de sus Damas de Ho-
nor, en los salones del Club de
Extranjeros.
Dursnte el da darn sendos
conciertos Us Bandas de Fort
Gullck y la Republicana de .ra-
los indios de San Blas.
A las S de la tarde, Palabras
del Director General agrade-
ciendo a la Escuela MiUtar de
Fort Gullck y sus alumnos la
cooperacin prestada a la fe-
ria.
A las 4 palabras del Coronel
Bourn y ofrenda de una corona
a la bandera de Panam.
Rehusan apoyar a Gran
Bretaa varios pases
en problema petrolero
Pero Inglaterra atWerte al Irn que est
dispuesta a defender sus derechos
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Exhbese en honor
Los cadetes de la Escuela
Militar de Fort Gullck, inclu-
yendo varias naciones Latine-1 <
americanas, formaran un des- Q ||ff1 61110318001
.. i file en uniforme de gala. La' s
-^^^^XSSSLT&^Kwriit de Toros"
- no Nacional de Panam. |
Club de Esposas de Periodistas se
visf con la Sra. de Arosemena
[yer en la tarde la Excelen-
la 8ra. Doa Hellodora de
jmena recibi a las seftorr
forman el Club de las Es-
da los periodistas. En m;
hora de agradable char-
espoaas de loa perloJ.--
expusieron a la Sra de A-
imena el proyecto del C >-
lor para loa nios vendeco-
de peridicos en la cual c-
trahajando activamente y
citaron a la Sra Preside-, a
cooperacin para nevar a
'ciiz trmino el menclonaio
proyecto tan pronto se encuen-
tre lista la Casa del Periodista
La Sra. de Arosemena acogi u
dea con entusiasmo manifes-
tando que siempre le han preo-
upado los problemas de nues-
tra niea desvalida.
El Club de Esposas de perio-
distas brind a la Sra. Prtal-
.lenta su decidid" apoyo en 1:<
actividades de t:. ;n social Que
tila emprendiera.
mente, el problem
nlstros de papel para diarlos
de Latino-Amrica, lo cual dijo,
constituye un factor agravante
en las dificultades que ya afron
tan los diarlos Latino-America-
nos.
El caso de la Junta
Militar de Bolivia
se llevar a la OEA
BUENOS- AIRES, mayo 27.
(UP>. El dirigente del Mo-
vimiento Nacional Revoluciona-
rio de Bolivia. Victor Paz Ea-
tenssoro, anunci que pregun-
tar "oportunamente" a la Or-
ganizacin de Estados Ameri-
canos en qu medida puede
concillarse la fidelidad a la de-
mocracia con la existencia de
una Junta Militar que ha des-
conocido la voluntad popular
de Bolivia.
En una declaracin escrita
entregada a la prensa, Es-
tenssoro se refiere a las re-
Tientes declaraciones del ex-
Presldente Mamerto Urrioia-
goitla en Santiago, manifes-
tando que ellas exhiben un
evidente trastorno pslcolalco".
oue produjeron los resultados
de las elecciones bolivianas.
Otras actividades del dea de' >& maana del Domtayo
hoy, incluirn la entrega de 27 de Mayo aera exhibida en
premios y diplomas a los gana-1 funcin privada en el Tea-ro
dore sde concursos y exhibicio-
nes. Los premio sern entrega-
dos por el ex-Ministro Arias.
A las cuatro de la tarde se
celebrarn carreras de bicicle-
tas organizadas por la Ca. do
Aumentacin (Nestle), con pre-
Galo Plaza pide
una autorizacin
para ir a los E.U.
QUITO. Mayo 36 (P) El
Presidente Galo Plaza pidi a!
Consejo de Estado que lo auto-
rice aceptar la Invitacin del
rresldente Truman para vialUr
Petados Unidos.
El Presidente Alemn tambin
hi Invitado a Plaza para que
visite Mxico y el Embajador
Romeo Ortega entreg la caita
de Invitacin boy.
Cecilia a las 10:00 a.m. y en
nonor de Su Excelencia el lag
Eduardo Morrillo Safa Emba-
jador de la RepDllca de Mxico
en Panam, la comentada pe-
lcula TARDE DE TOROS pra-
ciuclda por John Wayne y dis-
tribuida por la Republic. En u
ta pelcula participa el actor
norteamericano Robert Stack O
el papel principal e intervienen
los siguientes toreros profesio-
nales Luis Brlones, Luis Castro
"El Soldado". Ricardo Torres,
Alonso Ramrez. "Calesero",
Andrs Blando. Antonio Velas-
quez, Arturo Alvare, "Vlzcair.j'
Jr.an Estrada. Manuel Jimnez
hlcuelln". Flix Brlones; y lia
slclo filmada totalmente en ciudad de Mxico La exhibicin
dtdlcada en honor al Sr. Ei-
tajador Morrillo Safa ser cjn
la asistencia de los miembros
c*e la prensa.
"TARDE DE TOROS" se a
hecho acreedora a muchos co-
mentarlos elocuentes tanto en
los Estado* Unidos como es 1j
avinoamerlcanos.
No pagar E.U.
gastos de reos
nazis de guerra
BONN, Alemania, Mayo 29
(UPDEl Gobierno de Alemar
na Occidental ha gastado de
diez, a doce mil dlares desde
Febrero, en que se confirmaron
las sentencias de muerte de
siete criminales de guerra na-
zis, en apelaciones de stos en
loi tribunales de Estados Uni-
dos, segn dos altos funciona-
rlos.
Con fondos, del Gobierno, que
se decidieron gastar cuando se
vio que no habla otras fuentes
de cunero, se pagan los gastos
y honorarios del abogado norte
americano Warren Magee.
El Alto Comisarlo de Esta-
dos Unidos, McCloy, dijo que
su Gobierno no pagara los gas-
tos de apelacin, y las fami-
lias de los reos que se hallan
en la crcel de Landsberg no
tenan medios.
Anoche, dos horas antes de
la sealada para la ejecucin
de los reos, se aplaz esta por
segunda vez por orden del Juez
Federal de Washington para
considerar la apelacin de Ma-
gee, sealando que la pena ca-
pital es ilegal en la Constitu-
cin de la Repblica de Ale-
mania.
Noticiero sobre
el luido del Dr.
Arias habr hoy
Como nn servicio especial del
"Noticiero Panam", se presen-
tar esta noche en el Teatro
Presidente 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 Arias.
por extralimitacin de funcio-
nes y que culmin con su con-
dena. Esta noticia ha suscitado
gran Inters en el pblico, ya
que es un suceso de suma Im-
portancia en nuestra historia y
que despert grandsimo Inters
en toda la Amrica.
LCKTJRES, Mayo 2 (UP)-,
Esferas bien informadas creen,
que varios pal**. cuy *yud
haba solicitado el Gobierno
Britnico para la cuestin pe-j
trolera de Irn, no haban a-|
cogido con gran entusiasmo |
esa solicitud.
Circularon rumores no con-
firmados que India haba re-
husado intervenir en la cues-
tin y en algunas esferas se
expres la creencia de que
Francia tampoco tena muchas
deseos de hacerlo.
Mientras tanto, Shinwell, en,
un discurso pronunciado en
Gales advirti Implcitamente.
a Irn que Oran Bretaa est,
dispuesta a defenderse.
Shinwell dijo que "sera una1
equivocacin por parte de cual-
quier otra nacin, grande o
pequea, Imaginarse que por-
que nosotros no comentemos
actos de agresin y hacemos
ofertas de paz, no somos capa-
ces de defendernos".
Mientras tanto se inform:
1)__Que se estn haciendo
preparativos para evacuar al-
rededor de ocho mil ciudadanos
britnicos que se encuentran
en Irn, en caso que estallen
disturbios.
2)Los funcionarios britni-
cos dijeron que estn preocu-
pados por la posibilidad out
caiga el
Gobierno de Mossa-
degh y estalle una rebelln en
Irn.
3)El Gabinete Britnico can-
cel la sesin que habla anun-
ciado para hoy, pero los Minis-
tros estaban preparados par
reunirse en cualquier momen-
to.
Una brigada de paracaidistas
britnicos ha estado en situa-
cin de "alerta" desde hace
ms de una semana y ayer st
les dl a sus integrantes licen-
cia de 72 horas, que suele pre-
ceder al embarque hacia el ex-
terior. La brigada, que cuenta
entre cuatro y cinco mil hom-
bres saja enviad "a un lugar
del MeU rlesete".
Tcnicos norteamericanos
salen hoy para Chile para
recomendar Plan Agrcola
El grupo es patrocinado por la Orf anizacin
de Alimentos y Agricultura de la "ONU"
WASHINGTON, Mayo 2 (U.,
P.> Un grupo de especialistas,
1 saldr el Domingo para Chile.
' respondiendo a la Invitacin
! de aquel Gobierno para estu-
diar y recomendar un plan de:
| fomento agrcola.
Se anunci que el grupo ser i
I patrocinado por la Organiza-
cin de Alimentacin y Agricul-
I tura de las Naciones Unidas
(FAO) y el Banco Internacio-
nal en colaboracin con el Go-
bierno de Chile.
El grupo prestar atencin
especial a las necesidades de
inversiones extranjeras y na-
cionales, tanto pblicas como
privadas que puedan requerirse
para desarrollar un plan agr-
cola y asi mismo a la relacin
de la inversin agrcola con
otros sectores de la economa,
segn anunciaron conjunta-
mente el Banco y la PAO.
El anuncio dice que "tas
decisiones respecto a las cues-
tiones particulares que se es-
tudiarn, sern hechas por el
grupo en consulta con el Go-
bierno de Chile.
Los Indicios presentes son
que se harn estudios de los
problemas y normas econmicos
con referencia particular la
Inversin en las siguientes es-
feras: produccin y consumo
de principales productos agr-
colas, pesqueras y productos
lcteos y forestales; fomento y
aprovechamiento de loa recur-
sos hidrulicos, Incluso la irri-
gacin y desage: aprovecha-
miento de tierras, Incluso la
conservacin del terreno y bos-
ques: y el movimiento, almace-
namiento y precios de los pro-
ductos agrcolas".
Ser reconocida
por Chie Junta
Militar boliviana
santiago, Chile Mayo 3
(UP) Una fuente autoriaa-i
ur unci que Chile reconocer a
la Junta Multar de Bolivia al
Iones a ms tardar.
El Canciller Horado Walker,
y el Sub-Secretarlo de Retaco-
nes Garca Oldinl, sostuvieron
una prolongada conferencta coa
Gonzles Vldela para tratar el
reconocimiento, el cual at ba-
se en acuerdos de lo Conferen-
cia nter-Americana de Bogot,
y 1 declaracin de que la Ju.i-
ta respetar los pactos inter
narlnnali

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DOMINICAL
DOMINGO. MAYO ft, IS!
COMO SE VIVE EN RUSIA
EDITORA PANAMA AMERICA. S. A.
TELEFONO 1-074 CENTRAL P>RIVDA> APARTADO PORTAL NO. 1)4
N U* TALLERES SITUADOS EN ESTA CIUDAD. CALLS H. NO. 5T
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EL CRECIDO NUMERO DE BAJAS EN
COREA ES ALARMANTE
Los ltimos informes sobre la guerra del Leja-
no Oriente revelan una extraordinaria cantidad de
muertes sumamente alarmantes. Se ha dicho que
el ejrcito de los Estados Unidos de Amrica ha
perdido ms de sesentiocho mil hombres y que los
comunistas han tenido bajas por nmero que pasa
del milln.
El problema poltico-militar de Corea tiene que
dirigirse en forma prctica hacia una solucin ms
o menos aceptable. Tmese en cuenta que tal como
est planteado el asunto Rusia no est perdiendo
elemento humano en la campaa y ella es la res-
ponsable de esta guerra imperialista provocada, co-
mo es sabido, por el comunismo internacional.
La cuestin del Lejano Oriente, es sumamen-
te seria y todo parece indicar que si las cosas si-
guen como hasta hoy esa guerra continuara casi
indefinidamente con el grave perjuicio para los Es-
tados Unidos de Amrica, pas que simboliza la de-
fensa de la democracia mundial.
Si la guerra actual se prolongara por mucho
tiempo al cabo de otro ao, por ejemplo, las bajas
del ejrcito que est cumpliendo el mandato de las
Naciones Unidas llegaran a cifras muy crecidas.
Asimismo, las fuerzas de los Estados Unidos de
Amrica necesariamente tendran que sufrir un pe-
ligroso debilitamiento, mientras el enemigo funda-
mentalel rgimen sovitico de Mosccontinua-
ra en su posicin ventajosa de estar alentando la
guerra sin sacrificios mayores de su parte.
Seguramente los estadistas de las Naciones Oc-
cidentales que dirigen el movimiento en favor de
la democracia deben estar contemplando este caso
de la guerra coreana con un criterio basado en la
realidad. Ellos tienen que comprender que estas co-
sas no pueden continuar en la misma forma por
mucho tiempo. Lo difcil est en encontrarle una
solucin polticamente adecuada al problema. En
eso radica la gravedad y la trascendencia futura
del asunto. Una paz inconveniente serviran al co-
munismo de tregua para llevar adelante su campa-
a imperialista cada vez ms peligrosa.
Sera un grave error creer que, p aseando por cualquier calle de Mos-
c, capital del paraso del proletariado, sera de buen tono llevar boina,
hoy de hecho, no slo los intelectuales y funcionario, sino tambin los tra-
bajadores, prefieren a la boina el sombrero de fieltro. Ocurre lo mismo con
los vestidos los rusos tienden gradualmente a seguir la moda "capitalista".
Un traje comprado en Mosc en 1950 no tiene nada que envidiar al corte
burgus y conservador de un completo comprado en cualquier almacn de
Miln. Tambin en la moda femenina, y no por casualidad, la moda de la
ropa larga fue introducida al cabo de algn tiempo de que los costureros
burgueses la lanzaran en Pars

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Muchas feces causa insomnio, dolores de cabeza,
malestares y neurastenia.
Las Pildoras del Dr. Oate
se lian usado con gran exile Ju-
rante ms de tres generaciones
para corregir el estreimiento y
los desarreglos de los rones y el
hgado. Purifican la sangre y co-
rrigen las funciones de los princi-
pales rganos.
De venia en loda la farmacia.
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ofrece:
Todos los libros de Textos Adoptados en las
escuelas de la Repblica.
8urtldo completo en tiles escolares y artcu-
los de oficina.
vistenos y se convencer
Como hace 50 aos
Si observan ustedes a los ofi-
ciales del ejrcito sovitico (a
los que ya no se llama como
en un tiempo, del "ejrcito ro-
jo"), vern en sus uniformes,
con las hombreras, Ir botona-
dura hasta debajo de la toar-
billa, los botones -negros, los
pantalones azules holgados, la
entera reproduccin de los que
llevaban los oficiales del Zar,
y hasta en los colores emplea-
dos para insignias de las ms
altas condecoraciones, el negro
y el naranja (colores de la
cruz de San Jorge, uno de los
ms altos honores en tiempo
del imperio zarista), se observa
que no ha habido cambio. SI
se le ocurre adems visitar los
museos y escuelas o leer ms
recientes manuales de historia,
Junto al Mariscal Stalin y los
mariscales que se distinguieron
ms en la ltima guerra, son
citados y glorificados los ge-
nerales Kutusov y Suvorov, es-
trategas Insignes de los siglos
XVIII y XIX que llevaron a
la victoria los ejrcitos del Zar.
Verdaderamente la Rusia de
Stalin no es muy diversa de
la anterior a 1917, si se hace
excepcin de ciertas costum-
bres nuevas. Yendo al teatro o
al restaurant, podrn observar
con qu refinamiento de mane-
ras el hombre sovitico ofrece
el brazo a su compaera, le
compra dulces y flores, la con-
sulta sobre lo que le gusta y
no deja de hacerle cumplidos
por el buen gusto del vestido.
Hojead a Tolstoi, Dostoyewsky
o Chekov; encontrarn ustedes
a los rusos empeados en dis-
cusiones Interminables, que du-
ran una noche entera, acom-
paadas de cantos y de voakt
La misma escena, sin variantes
notables, se repite en la URSS
de 1051. A medio siglo de la
desaparicin de Tolstoi y de
Chekov, el ruso que empren-
de un viaje usa todava el lle-
var consigo la botella para el
t, que llena de agua hlrviente
en cada estacin de trnsito.
Tambin notarn los mismos
cambios repentinos de humor,
tpicamente eslavos; el paso re-
pentino de la alegra ms des-
enfrenada a la ms abismada
melancola; estado de nimo
que est perfectamente repre-
sentado por las canciones ru-
sas y que no cambi en nada.
El pueblo ruso vive desde ha-
ce miles de aos en un clima
ingrato y cruel, en llanuras sin
trmino, en que el hombre se
encuentra en lucha, desarmado
y solo, contra una naturaleza
Indomable. El Invierno 'es lar-
go; los dias transcurren unos
tras otro sin que sea posible
cambiar el orden de las cosas.
En este ambiente, los rusos han
llegad* a dar al tiempo un va-
lor que no guarda medida con
el que normalmente le es atri-
buido por los otros pueblos.
Por esta razn no sirve para
nada rabiar contra la "lentitud
rusa", y no sera para otra co-
sa que para hacerse mala san-
gre el pretender un servicio
solcito de un mozo de hotel,
o el querer ser servido en un
restaurant con un intervalo In-
ferior a una media hora en-
tre plato y plato. Por la mis-
ma razn, no se fien de las pro-
mesas de los funcionarlos so-
viticos en cuanto a los plazos.
Para l "dentro de dos o tres
das" quiere decir: "dentro de
dos o tres semanas". I?e todos
modos, tnganse por conten-
tos si lo prometido se cumple.
Por el contrario, si le dan a
usted une, cita, sea puntual co-
mo un reloj. Los rusos saben
CLUB
DE
50 SEMANAS
. RADIOS PYE
LAMPARAS
OLLAS
BICICLETAS "VIKING"
OLLAS DE PRESIN
"TEMPO"
COMPRE SU ACCIN
HOY MISMO !
ELACUIl A
Avenida Central 91
que los extranjeros toman a
pecho la puntualidad, y por
eso harn todos los esfuerzos
para no faltar a la palabra
dada. -
El rgimen de las propinas
No hay nada entonces cam-
biado del tiempo de la vieja y
santa Rusia? Al contrario. Es-
pontneamente viene la res-
puesta de que todo ha cam-
biado, 'asPPsar de la conllnul"
dad e inmutabilidad del carc-
ter y las tradiciones de aquel
Inmenso Pars: La disciplina f-
rrea que ha sido instaurada en
las oficinas, en la. circulacin
de los peatones y los coches,
da la medida del empeo con
el cual se busca 1 desemba-
razarse de las viejas costum-
bres de desorden, de anarqua-
y de descuido. Las severas san-
ciones que se aplican a quie-
nes se presentan con retraso al"
trabajo, las multas infinitas a
los peatones que no observan
las reglas del trfico o a los
pasajeros que Intentan saltar al
Metro en el momento en que
se pone en marcha, las cuales
pueden parecer a los ojos de un
europeo medidas exagerada-
mente severas, forman en rea-
lidad parte de un gigantesco
esfuerzo que tiende a hacer
cambiar radicalmente la vieja
mentalidad. De hecho, se veri-
fic ya una rvolucln psico-
lgica verdadera que fuerza a
los rusos a respetar los mi-
nutos y los segundos, a aceptar
el culto fantico del ritmo pro-
ductivo impuesto por los va-
rios planes quinquenales.
Los rusos de hoy son mas
fros, ms realistas, mucho ms
Interesados por las cuestiones
tcnicas y por su propio bien-
estar que no lo eran los de
hace veinticinco aos. El culto
de la mquina, de la produc-
cin a tiempo determinado, ha
sustituido al inters que enton-
ces se pona en las cosas del
espritu. Pero todo esto no ex-
cluye que sobrevivan muchas
cosas del pasado, en, curiosa
mezcolanza en la nuevas. Algu-
nos consejos prcticos sobre el
modo de comportarse con los
rusos les aclararn mejor en
qu consiste esta mezcolanza.
Los rusos se tratan general-
mente entre ellos jamndose
"tovarich". compaero. La mis-
ma palabra emplean dirigin-
dose a un extranjero que sa-
ben que es comunista. A un ex-
tranjero no comunista le lla-
man, en cambio segn un ter-
mino usado bajo el rgimen
zarista, "Rospcdin", seor, for
eso, cuando se dirijan a un
ruso llmenlo "gospodin o
"gosrusa, digan mejor 'pala-
cios muy altos", fingiendo g-
norar que el modelo de estos
palacios muy altos fue dado por
Amrica. Hace vtate aos la
palabra de orden de Stalin era
la "poja" si se trata de una
m u j e r; encontrar perfecta-
mente normal que lo llamis de
tal modo y no desear real-
mente que usen el trmino de
"compaero" si no son ustedes
comunistas. Kn el restaurant o
en el caf llamen a la cama-
rera (aunque sea ya mayor de
edad) con la palabra "dlevush-
ka" (joven mujer), y al ca-
marero "offizlanf (hombre de
servicio); son gentilezas que to-
dava se aprendan mucho.
Otro ejemplo de las conlia-
ulcelones delactual carcter ru-
e- ofrecido por la supervl7en-
.a de las propinas. En el res-
taurant deben ser superiores en
un 10 por ciento a las que se
dan al taxi, a quien no deun
jfrecer nunca menos de un ru-
lo. Estos, los taxis no convl-
ue negarlo, usan los mismos
tnicos y habilidades de sus co-
legas del mundo capitalista- En
las estaciones, los mozos tlesicn
una tarifa fija muy elevada,
que les limpien el calzado u oi-
denan a la camarera que lc3
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haga un servicio cualquiera, no
se olviden de darle una propi.ia
ae dos o tres rublos. Nunca le
solicitarn la propina, pero si
dejara de darla.no slo deja-
ran de tenerle atenciones, sino
que habrn contribuido a dis-
minuir notablemente el presti-
gio (incontestable, no obstante
la propaganda gubernativa) del
extranjero.
No digan "prisin"
No olviden que las rusas en
sus relaciones sentimentales son
muy reservadas y pdicas. El
periodo del "amor libre" y de
los abortos autorizados es ya
muy lejano. No le ocurrir que
que vea a una pareja de Jve-
nes rusos besarse por la calle
o a un hombre .permitirse un
gesto audaz o algo familiar ha-
cia una muchacha en un lugar
pblico. Los "flirt" en Rusia
son ms bien romnticos, lec-
tura de poesa, canciones, pa-
seos a la tuz de la luna. Les
aconsejo que ho se enamoren
de una muchacha rusa porque
la ley sovitica prohibe a los
ciudadanos rusos casarse con
extranjeros. Los extranjeros que
antes de 1950, en el cual fue,
dada esa ley, casaron con mu-
jeres rusas, fueron obligadas al
terminar su permiso de resi-
dencia, a retornar a su patria
sin poder llevar con ellos a su
esposa y a los hijos nacidos
en territorio sovitico. Para un
ruso, es de hecho imposible sa-
lir de la URSS, a menos que
no se trate de diplomticos,
funcionarios o periodistas en
misin. Por ello, repito, pin-
senlo bien antes de enamorar-
se de una rusa.
No obstante que la situacin
moral se haya normalizado en
estos ltimos aos, las uniones
Ubres son todava muy frecuen-
tes, puesto que hay respecto de
ellas una gran tolerancia: de
hecho dos personas que viven
marltalmente son considerados
como esposos. No le ocurra, por
tanto, en una conversacin, de-
cir "su amigo" o "su amiga",
sino siempre "su mujer" o "su
marido". Otras palabras hay
tambin que se deben supri-
mir: no llamen rascaoielos a
los edificios aun gigantescos
que encuentren en Mosc o en
otra gran ciudad de "alcanzar
o superar a los Estados Uni-
dos"; hoy la meta no ha cam-
biado, pero-- se omite citar el
nombre del adversarlo que hay
que superar o vencer. Tampo-
co digan "prisin" sino "pri-
vacin de libertad". Oficialmen-
te, en Rusia las prisiones fue- j
ron abolidas para dejar plaza
a los "campos de reeducacin".
Sobre esta materia, aunque
tengan ganas de saber muchas
cosas, procuren no hablar, por-
que no recibirn sino respues-
tas evasivas.
Por otra parte, desde el co-
mienzo de la guerra fra, ios
soviticos se guardan bien de
hablar con un extranjero de
i aso en su pais. Durante toa
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que luego ser ofrecida, cual tributo pagano, pa ra que sea devorada por las fauces poderosas de
insaciable trapiche.
mi reciente estancia de os me-
ses en Rusia no pude nunca nu-
blar libremente con un solo
ciudadano sovitico. Les deseo,
si aparecen algn da por all,
que tengan ms fortuna que yo.
M. O.
(Tomado de Sbado).
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DOMINGO, MAYO 27, 1951
n nM-'aaaainii- afaum
DOMINICAL
..... "
.......
PAGINA
Nin Sevilla hace una creacin de La
Cocaleca" en la gran pelcula "Vctimas
Del Pecado" prximo estreno
del "Presidente"
Para el Jueves anuncia el
I Teatro Presiden te como estre-
llo de "fin de semana" la ex-
Itraordlnaria pelcula dramtl-
lea-musical, "Victimas del Pe-
leado" (La Cocaleca) de la que
len sus principales protagonls-
Itas, la ciclnica Nin Sevilla,
I Tito Junco, Hita Montaer, Pe-
Idro Vargas y el revolucionario
[de la msica Prez Prado y su
|amosa orquesta. "Vctimas del
?ecado" cuenta adems con
otros factores que la hacen ve-
Inlr precedida de grandes m-
Irltos en lo que respecta 'a lo
artstico, ha sido dirigida y fo-
Itogralada por los ms carac-
terizados exponentes con que
Tcuenta el cine mexicano, los
laureados lnternaclonalmente, el
director Emilio Fernndez y ca-
margrafo Gabriel Figueroa;
por otro lado algo muy espe-
clalsimo para nuestro pblico,
la participacin de nuestra m-
sica folklrica, pues en "Vcti-
mas del Pecado" (La Cocaleca)
las productores mexicanos se-
leccionaron una de las compo-
siciones nacionales que actual-
mente est causando sensacin
en ms de un pais de nuestro
Continente, "La Cocaleca" del
inspirado compositor nacional
Vctor Cavalli, tamborera que
enerva y apasiona con sus ale-
gres notas y que est magls-
tralmente cantada y bailada
por Nin Sevilla que hace de
ella una creacin insospecha-
da.
Hasta luego
A Deba Garuz, REINA DE PANAMA
Cuando vuelvas a Panam, tu tierra;
No la del Canal
Que es obra de gigantes, colosal;
Sino aquella que encierra
La Belleza, el Amor y la Ternura.
La de la lus ms pura;
La de la alegre risa
Que en la tarde, en la noche, en la maana
Besa con dulce brisa,
Y alegra con su risa de gitana.
Cuando vuelvas all, donde los mares
Arrullan con sus mgicos cantares
Los sueos de las vrgenes amadas;
Donde los abanicos sus palmera
Y la salada espuma de las olas
Preludian barcarolas.
Parasos, ensueos y quimeras,
i
Recuerda que en la tierra colombiana,
La bella tierra hermana,
quedan corazones a miles
Que recuerdan tus gracias tan gentiles
Y aoran tu magnfica visita;
Tu figura de fina porcelana
De Sevres, enmarcada en la estela
De amor que dejas, como luz bendita...
ENVI:
Encarnas un perfecto simbolismo
Encerrado en tu gracia y gentileza.
Eres REINA, no slo en la Belleza:
Eres risueo amanecer del Istmo'
Yo, que en el Istmo deshoj las flores
Del amor, de la vida y las quimeras,
Te envi en estas pginas sinceras
TJn pedaso de todos mi amores.
Marco TULIO COLLAZOS.
Cali, Febrero 12 de 1950.
Ofrecemos.
CAMISAS PERFECTAS-,
blanca* de poplin;
diferentes tamaos
a B/.3.50
GUAYABERAS
manga corta. .B/. 2.50 manga larga. .B/. 2.75
CAMISETAS ......... 60c.
CALZONCILLOS....... 60c.
MEDIAS ............. 35c.
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
Plaza Santa Ana Panam
Compre Calidad a Precios Reducidos
LINLEOS
con dibujos modernistas y
en coleras muy atractivos
de 6 x 9 pies
" 7ix 9 "
"9x9 "
" 9 x10J "
" 9 x12 "
.. 9 x15
Tambin LINLEO POR YARDAS
para pisos y escaleras.
(ORAN SURTIDO DE ALFOMBRAS DE LANA)
-
CASA SPORT, S. A.
MUEBLERA FERRETERA ARTCULOS DB CASA
Ave. Central No. 20 (Antigua Ferretera Duque)

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I ENORME ESCULTURA. El escultor Willie Boukap coloca
as enormes espigas de trigo en las enormes manos que el
Icre para el Festival de Gran Bretaa en Landres. La obra,
demostrando el esfuerzo humano en la agricultura, ser exhi-
bida en el pabelln de escena naturales v del campo.
Usted
puede ganarse
En toda botella da RON
MONTEZUMA que compre en-
contrar un boleto. Ud. tiene
la oportunidad de ganarse
B/100.00 semanales sl su bo-
leto de Montezuma correspon-
de eon Its cifras del Primar
Premio da la Lotera Nacional.
VERIFIQUE BU BOLETO
de MONTEZUMA semanal!
COMPRE RON MONTEZU-
MA HOY MISMO!
Un Producto
de la Destilera Central 5.A.
^ MODELO 39-J
A ir Iff or Kectplor del Ifunci'
"El mejor Receptor del
mundo" es la exclama-
cin de todos!
Pues habiendo pues,j
a prueba este modelo,
podemos decir honra-
damente, QUE NO
HEMOS ENCONTRA-
DO OTRO RECEPTOR
QUE LE SUPERE!
Hecho en Cam-
bridge, centro de
Invest lgacln
cientfica.
CARACTERSTICAS:
e El Mejor Receptor del
mundo.
e Todas las bandas de
onda corta extendidas.
e Enchufles para Toca-
discos y alto parlante
adicional.
e Control de tono para la
variacin deseada.
e Gabinete bien propor-
cionado, acabado de
nogal.
a Hecho espedalm ente
para el clima tropical.
e Alto valor a bajo costo.
Distribuidores i
Aviso al Pblica
Nios delincuentes bey muchos porque se les
niega los padres el derecho a ganarse la vida
honradamente para atenderlos.
Coopere coa los padres y madres empleados
de comercio para que se emplee ms personal en
vez de eliminarlo.
El cierre a las 6 significa eliminacin de
empleados y en consecuencia agravar la crisis
existente.
Los que cerramos ms tarde de las 6 P.M.
estamos dentro del marco de la ley y del Cdigo
de Trabajo.
Nosotros queremos ms trabajo, ms emplea-
dos, ms vida en las ciudades terminales canale-
ras, ms circulacin de dinero para beneficio de
todos, y sin perjuicio de nadie.
MUEBLERA viena
Avenida Bolivar 6.092
Colea.
CA. EL GUILA
Avenida Central 91
Panam.
VENTAS AL CONTADO y por SISTEMA DE CLUB
De una Belleza
Seductora.
son los nuevos modelos ea
' trajes de Vestir
que acabamos de recibir.
ltimos colores de moda.
* Trajes de Algodn
Preciosos y practices
modelos de calle
MADURITO
I. L. Maduro Jr.
Ave. Central 100
cabillo i cotot
tncantador
No se preocupe. .
Comience a teir
su cabello!
No se alarme por ess pri-
mer cabello blanco que In-
discretamente asoma en su
cabeza. l ROUX OIL
SHAMPOO le devolver a
su cabello el color perdido
con un tratamiento muy
fcil de seguir. Ya vara
cmo su cabello rscupera el
color primitivo, ms uns
belleza y lustrosidad In-
comparable ... su preo-
cupacin ee convertir en
deleite a la primera apli-
cacin.
EL TINTE ROUX
OIL SHAMPOO
Limpia ... Colorea ...
Es perfecto!
Distribuidor en la Repblica
de Panama y Zona del Canal
JULIO VOS
Calle "A" Mo. l
Tel. 2-2871
Encanto que Fascina...
En la realidad casi intangible de

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La Ropa Interior que hoy y siempre seri
preferids por las damas de buen gusto.
... Y como ltima novedad ds moda
los "Brassieres Peticotes"
en nylon y encaje, con zipper en la parte
delantera. Diseados para dar realce
a cualquier tipo de figura.
DISTRIBUIDORES
PANAMA COMERCIAL S.A.
Apartado 3358
De venta en los almacenes:
TITA
Calle 33 Este No. 19
VILAN0VA
Avs. Csntral No. 115
LA PARISIN
Ave. Central No. 113
LA CREACIN
Ave. Central No. 67
EN COLON:
ALMACN LA FAMILIA y SIMON COHEN
T"S-
m


PMNA CUATRO
outnica,
DOMINGO, MAYO 17, 1151
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
\n Social
eaaccion
de EL PANAMA-AMER1CA
Telefono 3-Sltt HORAS: 8:00 a 11:80 a.m.
Apartado 114
Matrimonio llueca Morales
El Presidente
a los Diplomticos
I Aparecen en la primera fotografa el seor Juan Jos Mueca y seora Lux Margarita Morales
de Mueca, momentos en que abandonaban la Iglesia de Cristo Rey en donde contrajeron ma-
trimonio el jueves. En la segunda los vemos rodeados de sa corte, la seorita Aura Elisa
Morales Quijano v el Dr. Eneas Quintero P-, las nias Alina Margarita Morales Quijano, Ali-
cia Morrice Jimnez. Aida Quijano Jimnes y Sonia Kowalchik Guardia y el nlfio Jos Ma-
nuel Sosa.
Cocktail
i Agregado a la Embajaaa
co ios Estados Unidos seor Ro-
bert J. Bryant y Sra. Dale Pe-
ters Bryant ofrecieron ayer un
cocktail en tu residencia en Ca-
irascjullla. al cual fu Invitado
Uii numeroso grupo de sus a-
mistades.
T en El Panam
La Seorita Beatriz Lyons o-
Ter.i ayer un t en el Hotel El
Panam, para agasajar a la Se-
ora Edith de Mariani. Un gu-
po de sus amigas fu invitado a
este agasajo.
Para Mxico
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos al
Seor Leopoldo Arosemena y
Si a. Graciela G. de Arosemtna
tjuienes acompaados de su hi-
, siguen 'noy para Mxico.
De Sur Amrica
Despus de varios aos de au-
sencia, se encuentra de nuevo
entra nosotros la 8rta. Mana
G:lma de Obaldla La saludamos
cordialmente.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordialmente al
Lr. Gilberto Arias y Seora Hu-
c P. de Arias quienes cumplen
hoy siete aos de casados.
Los miembros del Cuerpo Diplomtico Visitaron aver al seor Presidente de la Repblica
ralelo de la Cancillera. La foto capta nn momento del acto en el que aparece el Fres
en el
_ Presiden-
te acompaado del Encargado de Negocio* de los Estados Unidos. Murray Wise, el Ministro de
Guatemala, S.E. Ooear Benites Bone, el Ministro de Gobierno v Justicia Dr. Miguel ngel
Ordees, el MinUtre de Chile S.E. Miguel Hidalgo Plaza y el Ministro de Honduras Prof. Mar-
eo A. Raudales Plana. .....
DarUso
En la Iglesia de Cristo Rey,
fu bautizado ayer el Nio Tho-
mas Glen Johnston, el primo-
gnito del Dr. Thomas O. Jol.s
tun y Sra. Nina Velarde de
Jonhston. Fueron .sus padrino*
l. Sra- Edna A. de Altara y el
Sr. Fabin Velarde Jr. Formu-
lamos votos por la' felicidad del
nuevo cristiano.
Restablecidos
Acompaada de su recin ns-
cido abandon la Clnica San
Fernando la Sra. Raquel de Me-,
drano..
El BIBEROV AS INDICADO
Agregue Cebada patentada
Robinson s la leche y no se
preocupe por el bibern. El
beb ls digerir fcilmente
y dormir tranquilo
despus de cada
- comida.
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del Dr. Benjamin F. Boyd,
quien durante varios das guar-
do cama en su residencia.
Campleaos de hoy
Sra. Lux G. de Mendos
Sra, Fina V de Tart
Brf. Marlsln Fibrega Van
der Hans
Doctor Lus Carlos Alemn
Sr. Francisco Lopes Fbretfa
Seor Alfonso H. Brid
Nio Antonio Ignacio Pare-
des Villegas
Cumpleaos do maana
Sra. Delta O. de P. d Mottv
8r. Enrique de la Guardia Jr.
OLDCIO 01 ATE
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nntiPi
juna i aauifj'jfj.
Lia'J >JtJ>fl1 A4:-1\
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MCW
Haca la eche de vaca apta para tu beba.
TEATRO LUX
\ Ann SHERIDAN Dennis O'KEEFE
"AMOR QUE VUELVE"
Un drama repleto de violentas emociones 1
CENTRAL
DANNY KAYE DINAH SHORE
jr las BELLEZAS GOLDWYN
-en-
"SOANDO
DESPIERTO"
i (en colores)
El buen humor
elevado a la
mxima poten-
cia!...______
BELLA VISTA
La mis dulce co-
media musical en
Tecnicolor I
o Betty
HUTTON
o Fred
ASTAIRE
'BAILEMOS. MI AMOR'
\ A D U L Poro las canas!
de venia en todas las farmacias!
Distribuido por FARMACIA RUIZ
Ave. Central No. 49 Panam
ELDORADO
HOY!
LILIA DEL VALLE
DOMINGO SOLER
EN LA COMEDIA DE UN VETERANO DE CORAZN
PRIMAVERAL!
TARA QUE LA
CUA APRIETE''
Un leccttt p*r* saber
rturarse tiempo y etttsr
un desengao...
nwA V APRENDER A NO DEJARSE CLAVAR
UNA CURA EN SU MISMO CORAZN...
- MIRCOLES
PRE-ESTRENO SENSACIONAL!
LETICIA PALMA
LA ESTRELLA DE 1951
En la Pelcula
que Consagra u Gran
AetrM.J
CAMINO
gWlRNO
TEATRO CECILIA =
Dos hermanos Un distintos como el agua
...y el aceite... 1
Louis HAVWARD Lee BOWMAN, en
"AGUAS QUE REGRESAN"
Adems: Robert Rockwell, en
"LA NOVIA DEL CRIMEN"
TEATRO TROPICAL
DELICIOSA!... EMBRIAGANTE!
MARAVILLOSA'..
Doris DA* (.otdon MACRAE, en
'TE PARA DOS"
TECNICOLOR'
TEATRO ENCANTO
' Cary GRANT Joe FERRER
- en -
"CRISIS"
- Adems: .
Una TURNER Ray MILLAND
- en -
"Pginas de Mi Vieja"
TEATRO TIVOLI _
Mina Antonleta Pon, en
"LA REINA DEL MAMBO"
Adems: Pedro Armendrls
Susana Freyre. en
. "LA LOCA DE LA CASA'*

TEATRO IRIS
Prez Prado Dolly Sisters
Martha Roth Oscar Pulido, en
"Serenata en Acapuleo"
Ademas- Pedro Axmendrit. en
"ROSAURO CASTRO"
HISPANO
Tin Tan. en
"Msico, Poeta y Loco"
Arturo de Crdova. 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^
Charles Korvln Evelyn'
Keyes. en
"MENSAJE DE LA
MUERTE"
Adema*:
Glenn Tord Broderlek
Crawford, en
"EL DESTINO MANDA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
"PORTENTOSA AVENTURA!"
John Wayne Maureen
O'Hara, en
"RIO GRANDE"
Adems: Rod Cameron, en
___"LLAMAS DE ODIO"____
TEATRO EDISON
Harold Lloyd, en
"Semana Sin Mircoles"
- Adems: -
"LA CENICIENTA"
VISTERMOSA
Cantlnflas, en
"ROMEO Y JULIETA"
- y -
Otra Soberbia Pelcula!
PACIFICO
Ray Millsnd. en
'El. PLACER DI
LA VENGANZA"
Gary Cooper, en
'"1 General Mari*
" .Anveaecer;;____
IDEAL
Richard Wldmsrk. en
HASTA EL ULTIMO
HOMBRE"
Joseph Cotten. en
LA FURIA DE LOS
VALIENTES"
APOLO
Grandioso Doble!
'RINCN CRIOLLO"
Adems:
"LOS AMORES DE
L'N TORERO"____
ARTISTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
FLAVIO GARCIA, el mejor cancionero panameo, reaparecer
ante los micrfonos de la Red Panamericana el dia lo. da
Junio a las seis y media de la noche en el programa: "SUS
CANCIONES PREFERIDAS", que patrocina LA FLORISTERA
BAI.VAN, del "Hotel Panam".
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
o Aire Acondicionado o
r* JUEVES -
SU TEATRO FAVORITO INICIA UNA TEMPORADA
POPULARA #50 CENTAVOS LA ENTRADA!
SU CARNE JOVEN ERA EL CEBO QUE
FASCINABA A LOS HOMBRES... SUS
SONRISAS INCITABAN AL MAL Y AL
CRIMEN, POR ESO LA LLAMABAN
FLOR de SANGRE
con
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
VICTOR JUNCO DOMINGO SOLER
Por su audacia inusitada, por su crudo realismo y por
la sugestin de su aspecto pasional, esta pelcula est'
ESTRICTAMENTE PROHIBIDA para MENORES!


DOMINGO, MAYO 27, 1951
i lii i
DOMINICAL
PAGINA CINCO
Finaliza Hoy La Ia Vuelta Del Ftbol Mayor
ti*------------------------------------------------'------------------------------------------ ;-------------------------------------------1--------'------------------------------------------------------------------------------__________________,__________i *^
Phoebus Apollo y Main Road Chocan Esta Tarde Ancn vs ibrico y Pacfico
En El Evento Estelar Del Hipdromo Nacional ZtSZtL^
---------------- ____________~ ZL^^___ -- ___^_------"---------'-----------:--------------------'-----:-------'----------
El Pupilo Del Sfud Cantagallo
Es Nuestro Escogido Para Ganar
Se espera un reido duelo en esta carrera
Por RDEME-
LOS campeones de la pista
chocan esta tarde en uno de
los eventos ms comentados' en
la ltima semana, sobre una
distancia de una milla y por
un premio de mil balboas.
Seis ejemplares se enlrenta-
rn en esta carrera que ha lla-
mado la atencin de los burre-
ros por las incidencias que se
esperan durante el curso de la
prueba. Reaparecen asi los cam
rn Welsh Loch. Camar, y la
entrada del Stud Blue it White,
que se disponen a vender muy
cara su derrota.
Como es de entrever la carre-
ra debe resultar muy lucida y
como la dejamos dicho arriba
escogemos para ganar al ingls
de Don Antonio Anguizola Main
Road.
En otra de las pruebas prin-
cipales de la funcin dominical
peones entre ellos el magnileo i se estrecharon los equinos de
Ingls PHEOBUS APOLLO, ga-
nador del clsico "Presidente
da la Repblica", que guiado
por el Tanque Aguirre se pre-
senta como el favorito de la
carrera. En esta ocasin todos
los aficionados estn de acuer-
do en pronosticar que Pheobus
'Apollo tendr que desempearse
,a fondo, pues su contendor ms
I'serio es el engerido del Stud
'Cantagallo MAIN ROAD que
'esta vez llevar sus lomos al
llgran jinete chileno Jorge Con-
Irtreras. Main Road que ocup
re segundo lugar en el Clsico
["Presidente de la Repblica" se
jpresenta como el lgico ejem-
plar a vencer y es nuestro es-
cogido para ganar fcilmente
esta prueba. Tambin competl-
la clase "B". Aqui competirn
cuatro ejemplares entre los
cuales tenemos a Newminster,
Avenue Road. Rathllng Light y
Full.
He aqui nuestros pronsticos:
la. carrera ProtnRaymond
2a. carrera DominPajarito
3a. carrera CampesirioCon-
trazando.
4a. carrera Hasta StarHan-
na.
5a. carrera MAIN ROAD
Dictador .
6a. carrera DaiquiriMimo
8a. carrera IdentificadaTl-
tm.
9a carrera CantaclaroSuavo
10a. carrera FullA. Road
lia. carrera Armeno Ran-
chopaja.
Los Cubanos y Portorriqueos
Estn Jugando Una Gran Pelota
En La Liga Clase C Del Canad
MONTREAL, Mayo 26 (UP)
cubanos y puertorriqueos
le la Liga Provincial class "C"
stn demostrando sus magn-
[as condiciones.
El puertorriqueo Jos Miguel
lora-es' con el St. Hjacinthe
comentando a darle a la
ilota, 'En el doble Juego re-
nte contra el Quebec, Mora-
dl tres hits anot dos ca-
rreras y defendi admirable-
mente la tercera base.
Domingo Rosillo puertorri-
jueo de IS aos, lanzador de-
echo de la misma novena gan
s juegos esta semana y aho-
fa tiene cuatro triunfos contra
ana derrota. El cubano Conra-
Prez, jardinero del Drum-
ondville, estuvo un tanto fio- hombres ms peligrosos en ba-
al principio de la tempora-
ia ha vuelto a batear bien.
Sherbroke tiene ocho cuba-
ios despus de dejar en llber-
a Manuel Martnez que re-
gres a La Habana y a Quesada
Bonilla. Este firm con la no-
semiprofesional y ha pro-
metido volver pronto al Sner-
brooke. Manuel Mantaras re-
leptor regular del club esta ba-
leando .324. Lauro Pascual otro
lubano tambin receptor regu-
ar lleg tarde en esta tempo-
a y no anda bien de salida.
ln cuando Pascual es muy
popular le ser difcil recuperar
posicin dada la forma en
|ue Mantaras* esta jugando.
El veterano Silvio Oarcia no
Egres en su magnifica forma
Icostumbrada debido a un ac-
cidente que sufri el ao pasa-
9. Silvio esta nuevamente ad-
irlendo forma y Roland Qla-
manager del Sherbrooke ha
leclarado "segn est Garca
mucho el fro pero segn va
entrando el tiempo en calor
va demostrando mejores con
dlciones.
An cuando Armando Roche
tiene el record de uno y uno
perdido ha participado en cua-
tro Juegos la mayor parte co*
roo relevo. Hace varias noche*
entr con dos hombres en ba-
ses y ponch a los dos batea-
dores para dar el triunfo a su
novena. El Shelbroke que siem-
pre ha tenido dificultades con
los jardineros con buen brazo
trajo a Hirn Gonzlez. El cu-
bano no solo esta bateando y
fildeando bien sino que tiene
asombrado a todos con su bra-
zo. Pedro Pages es uno de los
El Ancn Jr. Busca Hcf Subir
Al Comando Del^bol Menor
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de la. Cat .
Provincia de Panam
O. K. P. Pje.
ESTADO DE LOS.EQUIPO
Ftbol de 2a. Categoim
Provincia de Panuda
G. E. P. Pje.
Alemn ........-.2 1 5
Ancn ir. ..*._ I
Santander ......... 1
Amrica .......A... 1
Ambato.........
Hispano Jr.......
Pacifico de 2a. ... t 2
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i e
o 2
i i
i i
4
S
2
1
1

Los dos partidos', que tiene
hoy el Campeonato de ftbol
de segunda Categora de la
Liga Provincial de Panam, co-
rren a cargo de los equipos:
Pacfico de 2a. vs Hispano Jr.
8.45 a.m.y
Ambato vs Ancn Jr.
10.15 a.m.
Estos dos encuentros- tienen
lugar en el Estadio Olmpico y
prometen resultar muy intere-
santes, ya que los ancontstas
menor-es buscaran pasar al pri-
mer lugar, mientras que Am-
bato y pacifistas e Hispanos
menores lucharn < para salir
del grupo de retaguardia y me-
jorar su opcin al titulo.
Ditrani ..........J
Ancn ............... I
Hispano ........... J
Huracn ..._____ 1
Pacfico ......... 1
Ibrico ............ 1
I
6
5
3
2
2
La primera vuelta del Cam-
peonato de Ftbol de la Di-
visin Mayor de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam finaliza es-
ta tarde en el Estadio Nacional
con los dos partidos entre los
conjuntos:
ANCN vs IBRICO
2.15 p.m.v
PACIFICO vi HISPANO
4 p.m.
i El actual estado de la con-
tienda indica la importancl
! para cada uno de los onceno.
' por obtener el triunfo hoy, por
lo que se esperan dos cotejo
reidos y. movidos.
En el primer encuentro tene-
mos que el Ancn buscar pof
todos los medios posibles trlun
far para empatar el prlmef
puesto, y despus de sus ltl-
, mas victorias bien podr lo-
; grar ese honor. El Ibrico, pof
: su parte luchar para mejorar
puntuacin y dejar el stano.
El segundo encuentro que
presenta caractersticas pava
resultar el ms Interesante, el
Hispano se empear en con-
tinuar n el grupo del comando
mientras que el Pacifico Juga-
r con todos sus fuerzas para
salir de la retaguardia.
Con Tres Juegos Contina
Maana El Basket Local
DOS DOS ES IGUAL A DOS. El pequeo Chris Durocher
portando el nmero dos en la espalda, corre al lado de tu pa-
dre el plmentoeo Lee Durocher, Director de los Gigantes de
New York, quienes se dirigen al Clubhouse del equipo despus
de un partido.
ses y adems "esta bateando y
fildeando muy bien.
Terry McDuffie y Raymond
Brown, norteamericanos que
jugaran en Cuba estn con el
Sherbrooke.
La novena Farnham est re-
sultando la ms sensacional de
la Liga. Su manager es Sammy
Bankheal nico manager de
color en el baseball Organiza-
do. Bankhead que defiende el
campo corto Archie Ware en
primera Les Cockett en el Jar-
din central y Brathwalte en la
segunda han jugado en Cuba
Venezuela y Panam.
Lorenzo Cabrera el cubano
primera base del Ottawa no ha
dado mucho resultado a la de-
fensiva y esta siendo utilizan-
do como bateador emergente.
Hctor Rodrguez, otro cubano
tercera base del Montreal tie-
ne .333 al bate, ha empujado
28 carreras y ha anotado 24.
De sus 44 hits, nueve han sl-
. to dobles, dos triples y uno un
estar el Sherbroke". 8HvioNnrn- Boc Alexander del Mon-

La Semana
en Deportes
mo trolla """*""""""
por y
Cu
Maana harn su debut en
el Basketball Provincial, en la
categora mayor masculina, 3
equipos de fuerza parejas.
Los Juegos* anunciados para
maana son los siguientes:
Lord Chesterfield vs Madurlto
7.00 p.m. Gimnasio Nal.
Este primer choque es de
gran importancia, en el cual
el Madurlto har su debut en
el presente torneo. El Madurl-
to es un fuerte conjunto que
e na temporada pasada milit
co nel nombre de Polica Na-
cional, reuniendo en su nmi-
na a estrellas como Arosemena,
Castorina. Blades, Trowtt. Ml-
colta, Gmez y dems que se
la vern con Santos, Toq, Fra-
zer. Williams q dems .
Deportivo Bacn vs Dep. Cyrnos
.30 p.m.
Este segundo juego, corres-
ponde a dos conjuntos debu-
tantes, como lo son los "lupu-
losos" y los "licoreros", que pa-
ra esta temporada han hecho
un refuerzo en sus nminas
presentando una gran batalla
en este torneo. Por el Bam ve-
remos a Jan, Echeverra, Celis
Ros, Magdaleno pewi v dems
que se medirn con Twer, Dl-
nolis, Alleyne. Carlos Magdale-
no, Alexander, Hooper y de-
ms.
Es esperada para esta noche
en la cual se ofrece el primer
doble juego de la temporada
una gran cantidad de fanti-
cos.
El Campeonato de Ftbol de Vista
Hermosa se inaugurar el 17 de Junio
El Campeonato de Ftbol de
la Liga de Vista Hermosa se
inaugurar el domingo 17 de
Junio, de acuerdo con decisin
que toni dicha entidad en su
pasada reunion.
Dies equipos han enviado ins
cripcin para el torneo y son:
Juventud, Ibrico Jr. Atlntico
Chileno, Sporting, Vista Hermo-
sa. Parque Lefevre, Deportivo
Llaurad. Atltico Peruano
Lord Chesterfield, Barriada y
Cervecera.
La sinscripclones se cerrarn
definitivamente el prximo
mircoles en la reunin de la
Liga.
La nueva Directiva tomar
tambin posesin el mircoles
y est formada por Pedro Se-
gura como Presidente, Cirilo
Cumberbatch, Vicepresidente;
Leopoldo Arrocha, Tesorero;
Humberto Alzamora, Fiscal;
Manuel Atonaidan, Secretario;
Leovigildo Canto y Amador Es-
cobar como Vocales.
Entre los proyectos que tienen
los nuevos directores se en-
cuentran la Nivelacin del te-
rreno, para lo cual confan en
la cooperacin del seor Minis-
tro de Obras Pblicas, Ing. Nor-
berto Navarro; graderas, case-
tas para desvestirse, etc.
. JKUXBOI. -T-Esta tarde finaliza Ha la- vueita.del Campaona-
' de primera de la Liga Provincial de Panama con los Juegos
Ancn vs. Ibrico v Pacifico vs. Hispano... El Ditrani viajar al
viernes a San Jos de Costa Rica para Jugar el 3 de Junio...
Dos comentados Dartidos ofrecelioy la justa mayor del Chorri-
lo... En Coln estn redoblando los esfuerzos para presentar la
Temporada de este ao...- Con gran entusiasmo contina la con-
tienda infantil de Barraza,... El Campeonato de Vista Hermosa
comenzar el 17 de Junio con la participacin de 10 equipos...
La segunda categora de U capital ofrece hoy los Juegos Pacifi-
co de 2a. vs. Hispano Jr. v Ambato vs. Ancn Jr.... Ditrani y
Huracn empataron a un tanto en juego nocturno... El Ancn
'.ermin con el invicto ;t'l Hispano y el Huracn logr su primer
triunlo en los otros juAos de la divisin mayor... Destacados
untadores suspendidos pdr la Liga Provincial... La Federacin
lleva tres meses que no se rene... Francisco Ditrani nombrado
en la Federacin por la Liga dt Chiriqui... El David se impuso
al San Jos en la apertura del torneo Invernal de Chiriqui...
El Deportivo Ditrani termin invicto la primera vuelta del circui-
to mavor... La Delegacin que viajar a Costa Rica constar de
26 personas...
Triple juego presentar hoy el
Softball del Cuerpo de Bomberos
EQUIPOS
G. P. Pje.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
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2M
jugando la tercera base
dejar a su compatriota
iro Ballester a que defienda
campo corto. Ballester es un
jen defensor y al bate hace
astante dao.
[Esta semana gan un juego
pn un Jonrn. El zurdo Jos
lloto gan otro juego esta se-
(ana y ya tiene dos ganados
derrotas. A Piloto lo afecta
<&
uPlQlCv
Para guitar
manchas, es
pnulasbarros
apecasf
nemu'i'iPlak
PECAS"-"
jduut AfUeccMna
treal tiene cinco triunfos con-
tra dos derrotas. Anteriormente
lugo con el Cargas de la Liga
Venezolana.
El cubano Victor Pellot del
Syracuse ha aldo el primer ju-
gador que este ao ha logrado
meter la bola de Jonrn en lt
glorieta del jardn Izquierdo de
Montreal, lo que logr en la
reciente serle en estos termos
Pellott es muy popular n Ca-
nad en donde se le conoc des-
de sus tiemooa de jugador del
Drummodvllle.
BASKETBALL. Anoche se Inauguraba la Temporada de la
Liga Provincial de Panam, e iniciaron el Campeonato mayor
masculino Lord Chester y Mauricio... Est confrontando dificul-
tades Coln para organizar su Temporada... El sbado se inau-
purar el Campeonato de sesrunda categora con el Juego Cela
Gonzalez vs. Fuerte 15... El Mauricio venci al Mike de Coln
por un punto... Dos juegos ofrecer mapana el Campeonato de
la. entre Madurlto vs. Chester v Bam vs. Cyrnos... El torneo fe-
menino de la. comenzara el sbado con el partido Pern vs.
Chevrolet. Las Inscripciones en Coln cerrarn el prximo
mircoles...
BASEBALL. Inician serie hov en Juan Diaz Pinocho y Car-
ta Vieja... La Liga de Arraljn anunci el final del Campeona-
to... Triple empale en el comando de la Justa de San Felipe con
el triunfo del Fuerte Chiriuui sobre el Santo Domingo v hoy jue-
gan Veteranos vs. Chiriqui v Sosa vs. Santo Domingo. Scantle-
burv sigue llamando la atencin de la aficin en Mxico... Rea-
nud sus actividades la Liga Invernal de Coln... Por oposicin
ser escogido el Director v Asistente de la Preseleccln Nacio-
nal... 8e pospuso para maana el cierre de las inscripciones de
ia Justa de Santa Rita... A. Urea lanz un Juego sin hits ni
carreras en la contienda de La Chorrera donde el Unin le gan
al Puerto, en el otro luego el Chin se impuso al Balboa y hoy
sigue el torneo con dos Dartidos... El Dep. Agua Lluvia venci
al Mambo en la apertura del Campeonato de Antn... Con en-
tusiasmo prosigue su justa la Liga de Calidonia v hov se miden
Chiriqui y los Duques... Serafn Ivaldi recibe designacin de la
Liga de Bocas del Toro...
Peralta y Thompson
pelearn el prximo
domingo a 10 vueltas
El prximo domingo se me-
dirn en un comentado encuen-
tro los pgiles LEONEL PE-
RALTA y LUIS THOMPSON a
un limite de diez vueltas y con
un peso de 139 libras.
Ambos gladiadores se encuen-
tran en su corta campaa en el
profesionalismo, y ademas se-
r la primera vez que ambos
participen en un encuentro es-
telar a diez vueltas.
En el semifinal medirn fuer
zas Baby Valentine y Vicente
Werrell a seis vueltas y en 128
libras.
En los dos preliminares a
cuatro rounds cada uno pelea-
rn Marti Pier vs Franklin Me
Gree de 12S libras; y Melanio
Pacheco vs Desle Green en
111 libras.
SOFTBALL. La contienda de los Bomberos contina hoy
con los iueRos Ca. No. 4vs Ca. No. 2. Banda vs. Comandancia
v Ca. No. 6 vs. Ca. No. 5... Siguen los arreglos para la Organi-
zacin de la Federacin... El eauiDO de los redactores v locuto-
tes deoortlvos venci al conjunto de los profesores del Abel Bra-
vo en Coln...
ESTADO DE LOS
Compaa No. 1
Compaa No.
Compaa No. 2
Compaa No. 3
Com pais No. 5
Banda Cornet*
Comandancia '
! Electricidad
1 Permanente
I Compaa No. 6
El torneo de softball del Cuer
po de Bomberos de Panam
continuar en el da de hoy con
un triple juego dominical que
se llevar a cabo en la Plaza
Amador Ouerrero.
Este juego sern protagoni-
zados por los equipos;
B. de Cmela vs Comandancia
Compaa No. ys Compaa 5
Compaa 4 vs Compaa t
Como es de notar estos Jue-
gos deben resultar sumamente
reidos ya que todos ellos se
juegan Importantes cartas en
el estado actual de los equipos.
Donarn una faja
de oro al campen
mundial Gaviln
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 26 La empresa que se encarga
de hacer los trofeos de boxeo
que dona a los campeones la
revista 'El Ring" se ha hecho
cargo de hacer una hebilla de
de oro de faja que donar la
revista "Bohemia" de La Haba-
na al cubano Kld Gaviln, nue
vo campen peso welter.
Kld Gaviln que ir por avin
a La Habana el sbado 2 de
Junio al homenaje nacional que
se le prepara en la capital cu-
bana, estar solo un da ausen-
te y regresar inmediatamente
a Nueva York para comenzar
ap repararse para su encuen-
tro por la discusin de su ttu-
lo contra Billy Graham.
Dos comentados partidos tiene hoy el
Circuito Mayor del Ftbol del Chorrillo
5 1 3 11
S 1 4 10
(Mil
3 Z S
3 14
6
los
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol Mayor del Chorrillo
PR, ................ O.K. P. Pje.
Dep. Remon ......
Dep. Pern .....
Nacional........
Mendos. ........
Con los partidos entre
equipos:
REMON vs PERN
y
PRI vs MENDOZA
Contina hoy el Campeonato
de Ftbol del Circuito Mayor de
la Liga del Chorrillo en el cua-
dro de Barraza.
Los pupilos del Ing .Norberto
Navarro defendern hoy su co-
locacin en el primer puesto de
la contienda, ya que el Depor-
tivo Remn y el Deportivo Pe-
rn que marchan a un punto
de diferencia en el segundo lu-
gar, tratarn de pasar al co-
mando El Mendoza por su par
te buscar mejorar su puntua-
cin para tratar de salir del
stano.
Los directores de los oncenos
han manifestado que sus Juga-
dores estn en satisfactoria n
condiciones y confian en que 1
victoria les corresponder ple-
namente.
Social Deportiva
SERAFN IVALDI ES
PADRE DESDE AYER
Nuestras felicitaciones para
el entusiasta deportiva y co-
lumnlsta de esta seccin depor-
tiva. Serafn Ivaldi. y seora
Beatriz Muoz de Ivaldi por el
feliz advenimiento de su pri-
mognita que les alegra su ho-
gar desde ayer y cuyo nombre
es Carmen Lucia Ivaldi M.
FLASH! ULTIMO MINUTO
i
La RED PAIN AMERICANA se complace en anunciar a aus distinguidos
oyentes que ha contratado con carcter exclusivo, a la MEJOR ACTRIZ
panamea: *
ANITA VILLALAZ
BOXEO. El campen pluma F. Plummer venci amplia-
mente por decision al portorriqueo F. Coln Garca en diez
vueltas... L. Peralta derrot por K.O. en el segundo asalto a
Baby Garcia... Se informa que el campen tico Julio Fahara de
118 libras debutar el 10 en esta ciudad .. TuncirrTimateur en-
tre pgiles de Coln y Panam se efectu en la ciudad atlnti-
ca... Anderson v Asprilla perdieron en David... El prximo do-
mingo pelearn en el Gimnasio Leonel Peralta v Luis Thompson
a diez asaltos... Coln Garca regresa a Puerto Rico v volver
en dos meses por la revancha. .. Plummer pelear con el Italia-
no Ermano Bonettl el 17 de Junio,..
HPICA Laa-Clases ','? v "B" tienen a su carao los prin-
cipales eventos del programa de hoy en el Hipdromo... Baby
Rol se impuso de punta a punta en el Clsico Ral Espinosa...
Blas Aguirre sigue en el comando de la Estadstica de los Jine-
tes. 2o. Paco Bravo y 3o. Jorge Contreras... El Jinete C. Mendo-
za rehabilitado nara aeguL montando... Cinco caballos inscritos
pira el Clsico Hipdromo Nacional el Droximo domingo...
VARIOS. Result un completo xito el Congreso de Redac-
dores Deportivos oue lugar el pasado domingo en Coln, tratn-
dose v acordando importantes resoluciones... Se comenz a re-
parar el Gimnasio de Antn... Numerosos atletas panameos
participarn en el torneo de Pista y Campo y Ciclismo del 30 en
La Boca... Prximamente comenzar el nuevo torneo de tenis .
Esta semana finaliza el t-irneo de boliche... Importantes asun-
tos trataron en su reunin los Presidentes de las Federaciones y
Comisiones nacionales deportivas v solicitarn al gobierno apo-
vo ms decidido v efectivo... Se aprob Declogo de Etica para
ti redactor v comentarista radial deportivo en el pasado Congre-
go ... Se comenta sobre cambios en el Departamento de Educa-
cin Fsica .. Se informa aue ofrece excelentes oportunidades
el curso de Educacin Fsica de la Universidad... m
*<>4
i
que debutar el prximo VIERNES 1 de
JUNIO por primera vez ante estos micr-
fonos a las tres menos cuarto de la tarde
en "SU NOVELA FAVORITA".
Escrita especialmente para Anita Villalaz,
por Emilio Das
f
fit programa estelar en la radio favorita'
la (Red m
anamericaaa
71 UMinuos
Dme lulamente ente breve \
tiempo y le probar que
lo puedo hacer
UN HOMBRE NUEVO
lEitof tmhini* t*t*pt ttit 0r KMtfl$\
Estoy tornando baio mi targo a homnre conven* '
odoi por si raiwnos que las condicione* de nal
i a/us, liombroi pethos y piernas y que la loas**
lea j rfir.iencii de
tu cuerpo no alianza
el 100 por umio. Y
Joi Citov ha-lindo
HOMBRES
NUEVOS.
Lt iimcJ TODO
UN HOMBRE, de
lueir.es mu tun* si-
empre dupueiio a
v-n.rr a tualaucr
' matn'' que lo
quiera emo-
pear.'-O qui-
ere uited que
le prntc m -
ayuda pare
ello, laj>u-
da que fu
oewribuiJo
e realiajei
maravillas
a otros mu-
:hos en to-
Ui panes?
Tomismo
fui' WIO
vei un
ALHWOUI
tm44ksto
pero, ahora te i ib*
que be esnado el ti-
Mo de "SI Hombre
Mi Perfectamente De-
sarrollado del Mundo".
Como hue este mi la-
fio? Como me Iss
(umpongo paia realizar
milagro! en los cuerpos
de otros hombrea en tan
poco tiempo.'1 a respuesta
es. "Ttmiin Dinamit?',
el maravilllo mtodo que
yo descubr y aue rae con-
virti, de un 'slfeique"
de 44 lnlos, en el campen
que usted ve abofa.
Fvtof depuesto e .
probarle que en sola- *P
mente is minutos al ^*"
du- *n I* intimidad de su propio bogar, "Teo-
aio. Dinmica' puede rehacerte una estructura
nueva, de slidos msculos, en cada centmetro
de su cuerpo. IWjerae provale de una fueria
nueva, aplastante j duradera, a sus brazo* y
hombrosrevestirlo de una (uerte coraza en sua
msculos abdomioalei. capaz de 'burlarse" da)
los golpes mis formidables< on vertir sus piernas
en verdaderas "Columnas de Hercules, bt la
'*!f* .d* *iercic* u" rgimen equivocado ae
?ida lo ha debilitado intttiormmtt, yo le hart,
tambin, cambiar estas condiciones y le ensenar
como se nemtt LA V'tDA.
GHATIS -rVospecto Ilustrado
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tas, llantas blancas, 5,000 millas,
recin pintado, cubre-asientos y
parte interior de Nylon. 2.600.00.
Navy 31 21.
SE VENDE.Buick Sedonette 1946
en excelentes condiciones. Buenas
llantos, radio, calentador. "Sun
Visor". B. 1.000. Col. Beorly. Tel.
Albrook 2298.
SE NECESITA:Muchacha 12 a 14
aos poro ayudar oficios doms-
ticos. Calle 50 No. 10.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
cocinar. Calla 50 (Jos de Son
Martin) No. IO.
SE NECESITA: Empleoda pora el
servicio. Deba traer recomenda-
cin. Ave. Federico Boyd No. 29.
SE ALQUILA
locales
SE ALQUILAN.Exelwiyomenle pa-
ro ot i tinos lcalas cntricos en los
altos te Avenido Control 44 o
precio medicos, Solicitan mto-
mocin en Almacenas 5 V 10 can-
rovos.
SI ALQUILA:O Vneto. Loe.I ai-
aaciese can nancea 4a primera
para marcada. Si l interesa Haga
iu prepuesta a lee telefonee I-
0331 a 2-1331.
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS maiz amarillo a B.4.-
00 qq. El Molino Criollo. Panam.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Frigidaire
Coldwall De Luxe 8 pies cbicos,
unidad nueva, recientemente ins-
talada, 6.100. Levadora Bendix
Da Luxe, automtica, B.100. Am-
bos 60 ciclos. Col Bearly. Tal. Al-
brook 2298.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento en
Averido Mxico final y call 43
Esta, Home 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
cada una, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleado, instolacin ogua calien-
te, en buena vecindad, Bella Vista,
Calle 44 No. 32, Apto. 4. Telfo-
no 3-0815.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no da una recmaro, sala-comedor,
cocina y servicio con balcn hacia
la calle. B.55 mensuoles, Avenido
Cuba No. 38. "Famacia Van".
SE ALQUILA:Amplio apartamento
con garage. Ave. Mxico No. 69
de 10 a I 1 o, m. y de o o 5 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o, alquiler rozonable, todos con-
veniencias, con muebles o sin ellos,
apartamentos Britania. Avenido
Mxico y Calle 43. Tel. 3-0568.
10 a 12 y 4 a 5.
SE NECESITA
General
Excelante oportunidad vendedor entra
21 y 30 de edad que habla ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
ria. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25. Panam.
SE NECESITA:Dos hombres jve-
nes de buena presentacin, con
experiencia en ventas. American
Protections. Ave. Balboa, calle
6a. Areno Coln.
H0A -1090 HOW 1230
Radio Panamericana
PANAMA COLON
SE ALQUIL/v.Local para oficina,
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA: Locales pora ofici-
nas. Ideales para mdicos, diplo-
mticos, abogados, comisionistas.
Sin amueblar. Aseo de oficina, ba-
os privados, servicio de telfono
y menso jes las 24 horas del da.
En el bello Hotel EL PANAMA. O-
curra al Sub-Gerente 3-1661.
I
t
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
pros-cebe esta oportunidad!
Central 223 < alidonia
Tel. 2-1081
Sto. Domingo y Sosa
el juego de hoy eo el
baseball de S. Felipe
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de San Felipe
g r Pti.
ptica Soso ..... i 1 .590
Veteranos .... 2 1 r.nn
Fie. ('biriqu ..2 1 .500
Sto. Dominio .. S .Ht
En la continuacin del Base
Ball de san Felipe, chocan en
la maana de hoy las novenas
de santo Domingo y los punte-
ros del ptica Sosa..
Los dominicanos tratarn de
ganar este juego para reivin-
dicarse ante sus simpatizadores
borrando el forfeit del domingo
pasado frente a los Chirlcanos,
por la cual practicaron con-
ciu.izuaamente toda la sema:..
Por su parte, los pticos han
esperado el dia de hoy para
romper el triple empate sus-
citado en el primer puesto,
venciendo a sus contrarios; J.
Altafulla director de los pticos
colocar su escuadra ms fuer-
te para asegurar el juego desde
el comienzo de las hostilidades
El director dominicano tiene
eran inters en el triunfo de
hoy y ha fincado su esperanzas
en el lanzador derecho E. Rico
para lograr su primera victorlo.
R. Meron el formidable tolete-
ro y lanzador de los pticos se-
r el encargado de las serpen-
tinas de su equipo.
Por lo interesante del match
se esper auna gran concurren-
cia en el cuadro de base entre
el Teatro Pacifico y la Meto-
dista.
DOMINGO
3:30 Ritmos norteamericanos
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Delicias tropicales
4:16 Carrera
4:30 Msica variada
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Lupita Palomera
5:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos bailables
6:15 La Hora Luterana
6:30 Boleros favoritos
7:N Concierto Dominical
"Suite Schereraiade"
R, Kosakor
8:30 Msica ligera
9:00 El Hit Parade
8:30 Cancionero nocturnal
10:00 Buena Noches
MAftANA LUNES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero (lo.)
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero (2o.)
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
Con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del dia
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero (3o.)
11:00 El Mundo del Vals
11:15 La novela matinal
El Molino Silencioso
11:30 Cuba su msica sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrprete
del mundo
12:00 Msica variada
PJW.
AVISO
Aviso al comercio y al p-
blico en general que por Es-
critura Pblica No. 892. de 17
de Mayo de 1951. adquir por
compra del seor Jos de la
Cruz Zarate, el estableci-
miento comercial de abarro-
feria y fresquera "COMI-
SARIATO ATLAS", situado
en Calle Jernimo de la Ossa,
casa No. 10, de esta ciudad.
Panam. Mayo 17 de 1851.
Rosa Maria Denla Herrera
Cd. 47-62863
12:15
12:30
1:00
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:05
2:15
2:30
2:45
3:00
3:15
Noticiero (4o.)
Solos d rgano
Lucho Azcrraga
Pinturas Pabco
Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
Msica variada
Acordes porteos
Espaoleras
Noticias Lotera Nacional
Intermedio selecto
Selecciones populares
Sendas musicales.
Cortesa de "El guila
Imperial"
Msica de saln
Canta Bing Crosby
Delicias tropicales
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1MR, ESPINOSA Casablanca
2RESORTE Domin
3CAMPESINO Con Dinero
4HASTA STAR (e) B. Sun
5MAIN ROAD Dictador (e)
6DELHI Silver Domin
7OAYWOOD Wild Wire
8TTTOM Lim Lass
8SUAVO Cantaclaro
10AVENUE ROAD Full
11RANCHOPAJA Don Toto
flm
V*
\m
CLNICA Y HOSPITAL
Via Porra 41
Karrada San rraadaca
Or. J V ternaria U.. Veterinario
iinriv 4 m It aa 1 a. *>
Ariada 414. Paaaeai. >
Tel. Panam Ml
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T x 6 y 2 x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Fspaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
fODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
Tenemos I surtido mis
grande y ms fino de Mol-
duras de Metal para el
NEVAMAR para uso sobre
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
des y NACTOR para el
frente de las tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
MAQUINAS DE CARPIN-
TERIA
TORNOS MECNICOS
CARRETILLAS DE HIE-
RRO para construccin
de 2'2 pies cbicos
TRAPICHES "CHATTA-
NOOGA" y "BUFFALO"
de 2 y 3 bolos
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
PARA REBAJAR
EXISTENCIA
tenemos precios especiales en
los siguientes artculos:
Cucharones de cocina de
13 pulgadas
Tinta para escolares
Peinillas en todos los ta-
maos
Bombillos "Eveready"
2.5 y 3.8
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
La Liga de Ftbol
de Vista Hermosa
nombr directiva
Per EDMUNDO VARGAS
El mircoles pasado celebr
una Importante reunin la Liga
de Ftbol de Vista Hermosa, en
la que se trataron Importantes
asuntos para la buena marcha
del prximo campeonato.
Se procedi en esta reunin,
a escoger la directiva que regi-
r en el nuevo perodo y des-
pus de la votacin en la que
participaron los 10 representan
tes presentes. La Directiva que-
d formada asi:
Presidente, Pedro Segura;
Vlce-Presldente Ilrllo Cura-
berbatch;
Secretario, Manuel Atanaiden
Tesorero: Leopoldo Arrocha;
Vocales, Leovlglldo Canto y
Amado Ecosbar.
Fiscal Humberto Alzamora.
, Estos directores, escogidos en
aquella eleccin, laborarn con
el mismo Inters que los ante-
riores para llevar por un buen
camino, el desarrollo del pr-
ximo torneo.
Se nos honr en esa reunin
con el cargo de Secretario de
Prensa y Propaganda, honor
Sue recibimos con sumo agra-
o, y que haremos lo posible
pord esempear, a satisfac-
cin de los directores.
Se acord, cerrar las inscrip-
ciones el prximo mircoles,
por encontrarse Inscritos 10
equipos, siendo sta una canti-
dad suficiente, pero es posible
que todava el mircoles se Ins-
criban algunos otros equipos
que tienen Inters.
El prximo Campeonato de
balompi de Vista Hermosa,
que se inaugura a mediados de
Junio, contar con la partici-
pacin de los conjuntos Lord
Chesterfield, Atltlco Peruano,
Juventud, Deportivo Barriada,
Deportivo Llaurad. Deportivo
Ibrico Jr. Atltico Chileno. Cer
vecera Nacional. Parque Lefe-
vre y Sporting Vista Hermosa.
Resultados de
los juegos de las
Grandes Ligas
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
En los juegos celebrados ayer
e.i las Grandes Ligas, En la Li-
ga Nacional El Boston der.-jt
a los Mentirosos de Brooklyn
por anotacin de 12 carperas a
10- El Chicago se Impuso -U
Pittsburgh por 5 carreras a 4 en
;ez entradas.
Los otros juegos eran noc-
turnos.
En la Liga Americana Lu.s
Carmelitas vencieron al Detroit
per 3 a 2, mientras que los Me-
dias Rojas de Boston vencan
a os Senadores por 11 carre.es
a 1 y el Chicago al Clevela.ic
per 6 a 0.
Se inscribieron
23 tenistas en el
torneo 'Dunlop'
Un total de 23 participantes
se Inscribieron en el torneo de
tenis organizado por la Comi-
sin Nacional de Tennis y en
el cual estar en disputa dos
bellos trofeos.
Este torneo 'Dunlop" se inau-
gurar el domingo 3 de Junio
y en l tomarn parte desta-
cados tenistas de Coln: Zona
del Canal y de Panam.
Dentro de algunos das dare-
mos a conocer los nombres de
los jugadores Inscritos en dicho
campeonato.
PRFCIOSA ENTRENADORA. Shirley Stanley, ana de las ^
ms preciosas entrenado! as de eqoinos, lleva de las riendas a
Ed. V. Sullivan, caballo de 2 aos al establo del State Park. !
...
Todas las ganancias que se obtengan
de la pelcula "Manantial Eterno"
sern para los nios de Israel
Todas las ganancias que reci-
ba la productora de la pelcula
documental titulada: "El ma-
nantial Eterno", Irn a las ar-
cas de la Sociedad Protectora
de los Nios Refugiados en Is-
rael, que responde al nombre de
"Children to Palestine, inc."
Esta Sociedad Benfica fu
fundada por el doctor Samuel
A. Eliot, hijo del Presidente de
la Universidad de Harvard en
el ao de 1945, ao crucial cuan-
do Hitler llevaba a cabo su te-
rrible programa de odio y de
exterminacin contra la raza ju-
dia.
Su objetivo era doble: Resca-
tar a los hurfanos resulttantes
os a Israel, y juntar los es-
fuerzos de grupos cristianos y
judos qus haca tiempo traba-
jaban tratando de alcanzar 4
mismo objetivo.
Unindose a otras organiza-
ciones ya establecidas, la nueva
agrupacin lanz llamados al
mundo entero; y muy pronto,
maestros ministros, sacerdotes
y padres de familia respondie-
ron, con generosidad y entusias-
mo, viendo en esta fusin de va-
rios grupos un esfuerzo ms
digno de aplauso, encaminado
a lograr la mejor comprensin
entre los hombres de buena vo-
luntad, justamente y esto e-
ra lo ms elocuente ante el
espectculo desastrozo d e las
consecuencias a que pueden lle-
var los prejuicios inhumanos.
Los nios de razas diversas
tambin cooperaron. Diferentes
clubes de Jvenes de ambos se-
xos, agrupaciones escolares y
otras agrupaciones de nios hi-
cieron intensa propaganda y
ayudaron con todo entusiasmo
al logro de tan hermosa em-
presa. .
Uno de los miebros de la or-
ganizacin a la que nos veni-
Dot juegos de ftbol
menor se ofrecen hoy
en San Francisco
Dos atractivos partidos amis-
tosos del ftbol menor se ofre-
cen hoy en la maana en el
cuadro adyacente a la planta
de la Fuerza y Luz en San
Francisco de la Caleta, entre
los equipos:
SANTA FE vs. S. FANCISCO
3a. Cat. 9:30 a.m.
S. FRANCISCO vs. AMERICA
2a. Cat. 11 a.m.
Estos conjuntos han practi-
cado satisfactoriamente y se
pronoslcan dos cotejos movidos
e Interesantes.
La distisujida dama neoyor-
quina doa Dorothy Silverstone,
quien en asocio de sus tres hi-'
jas han producido la magistral
pelcula "El Manantial Eterno",
pelcula destinada a socorrer a
los hurfanos junios y que nos,
brinda el espectculo magistral
y siempre interesante de la Tie-
rra Santa.
mos refiriendo y acaso la que I
con ms eficiencia ha-traba-
Jado, es el formado por la dia-]
tlngulda dama doa Dorothy (
Silverstone. productora de laj
magistral pelcula "El Manan-j
tial Eterno."
La seora Dorothy Silverstone |
es la Vice-Presidente en la re-
gln de Scarsdale y fu el ve-
rano pasado, especialmente ai
la Tierra Santa con el fin dej
filmar la pelcula que hoy cons-|
tituye el motivo de mayor y!
ms grande admiracin de to-'j
dos los pblicos del mundo.
'El Manantial Eterno" esta I
siendo distribuida por la "20th|
Centlry Fox."
llama n El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua.
La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES
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in...
Lo que Uds. tanto esperaban. .
LOS PATRONES
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Los ltimos estilos de la moda. En todos los tamaos.""*",
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ZIG-ZAG
Avenida Central 108
Telfono 2-3418


MEMORIAL DAY, 1951 -
By ELSIE KAKI.IN
REST in peace, brave men who died for me;
8ad men who left the lives you loved m well;
Kind men who fought to keep me strong and
free;
Rest beneath the ground on which you fell.
The drum of battle have not yet been stilled.
And horror rides astride an aeroplane;
Each day more early graves are being filled.
But rest, your sacrifice waa not in vain.
Ton shielded me from blackness of despair
And kept abroad the threat of foreign ways;
Because of you I breathe In freedom's air
And can make plans for future happy days.

Rest in peace, brave men; your memory
Will not grow dim as long as I am fre.
(Picture of Corozal Cemetery
by Ralph K. Skinner)
American
Supplement
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*

*mH
PANAMA, K. P., SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1951
' aj,.


Review Of The Week
WORLD-WiDE
ISTHMIAN
SPORTS
MICE DOOM-THICK billows of oil smoke from a
tricen wan hip or a era. h-*d bomber the Iranian oil
disputo billowed round th; world.
Westerners who liad come to look on tlie Koren
War as a matter of course were Jerked bac'.c to the
relentless realities of the cold war, and the warm cur-
rents swirling; through It.
And once again the men in the Kremlin were
i, wateh'ng things work out their way, without one
Ku :im soldier being haiarded in the game.
' Iran decided s.m weeks ago to nationalize her vast
oil oilfields, wr.ica make this country of dirt-poor
peasants one of the richest of the world's small coun-
tries.
The mighty Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, which had
done little to meet a popular move it should have seen
coming for years, responded by flapping treaties, con-
tracts, and other items that peasants cannot eat.
But the legalistic rights and wrongs of the case
amount to nothing In the fundamental argument.
Oreat Britain and the United States would have no
great objecin to the Iranian fields being owned and
worked by Iranians, or by Watussl tribesmen from the
Congo, or Eskimos, provided there was absolute cer-
tainty of the oil being fed to the fleets, armies and
aid forces of Western Europe in peace or war.
But Oreat Britain and the United States would tear
up quite a few treaties and conventions themselves
to prevent this oil being channeled, by however peace-
ful means, to the Red Army and Air Focce.
As British paratroopers, at the peak of full combat
training, are moved out to Cyprus,, the Iranians are
becoming more fiercely nationalistic than ever.
Such national pride doesn't need boosting from
Joe Stalin. He can Just sit. await its blossoming,
and happily teU his Kremlin friends about the one
big costumer the Iranians will have to turn to
when they feel too proud and cussed to sell to
the British and Americans who tried to pressure
them out of the nationalisation Idea.
Oeneral opinion Is Britain will use force only to
protect her nationals In the oilfields.
But the Iranian oil problem Is as tricky and power-
ful at the beginning of this week as an open can of
aircraft gasoline.
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The 8th Army Is hunting again, after the Reds who
hnve broken and run.
The second round of the Reds' spring offensive has
been well and truly coped with on all fronts. It does
not appear to have been as strong as the first round.
Again the Reds found thnt their human sea of in-
fantry could not, despite occasional successes, wash
over the massed, well-ammunitioned artillery and
bomb power of the Allies.
Yet still they send their men forward to die, with-
out giving them all available reinforcements, without
offering them the increased firepower of heavy guns
they are believed to have, and without giving them
the air support they are known to have.
As long as the Reds keep feeding themselves
into the mincing machine. 8th Army gunners will
be happy to turn the hard'-.
' But the Red generals no fools must have other
plays lined up. Why don't they try them?
_ Rumors of Korean pea^e talks are flying. The
Swedish ambassador to Pelning left there on a mis-
sion to Europe Thursday.
"Hiere was even talk of an American team flying to
Moscow
^-.ough some of the versions are fantastic, the gen-
eral direction of the rumo' gave it some credibility.
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The MacArthur ouster inoulry got back to the Ko-
rean front again. Increasing, though. It Is dedicat-
ing Itself to the practice of tactics on today's Wash-
ington front, rather than the consideration of tactics
MacArthur once used on the Korean front.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Oeneral Omar
B'adley he'd the witness st-'nd for the greater nart
of the week. He was followed by Army Chief of Staff
General J. Lawton Collins.
?he two generals said, in five days, that Mae-
Arthur did net actually df obey a direct order, bat
like many disagreeable orders received by old sol-
diers, from nrivates upwr-'K he mnseed to see
thst the snirit of them ha-1 orettv well faded away
when he had finished putting them into action.
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Tn Madrid Spaniards, who are aot to find their
more lively demonstrations pgalnst the sUte of the
nation discouraged by a close view down the muszle
o' s Franco gendarme's rif- tamed a cost-of-llvinsr
protest which consisted of Rilentlv refraining from
us'ni the streetcars, whose '<"-es had Just gone up.
Th. demonstration, about the wildest possible un-
der Franco, lasted a day.
The H-bomb was not exo'oded In the snrlnr ntomic
tests at Eniwetok. nor Is it Hkh to He exploded any-
where for quite a tlm. rprt.s hl"t.
The Enjwetok tests, about which a fnir amount
hod leaked out officially be'ore, were officially de-
clared Friday to have included work heloful to re-
search on the H-bomb. % study of the effect of atom
bombing on various buildings and tryout of other
atomic weapons besides the b'". botrb.
The building studios aiH further stndles on the
rffects of radiation wHI't released shortly as an
aid to civil defense planning.
------O-----
'resident Truman. In a message to Congress Thurs-
ripv. poked for S3.250.000.800 for foreign economic aid
*nrt is 250,000.00 for foreign military aid in the next
yr-r.
Of these sums, he asked $22.000,000 economic, aid
NO MATTER WHERE one Isthmian met another
last week the top questions ran the same. What will
be the outcome of the Panama Political situation?
What will the National Assembly do Friday?
While they waited, Zonlans had plenty to think
about. There was Interesting news out of Washington.
Most of It was good, thougn inconclusive.
Civil Service Commission Chairman Robert P. Rams-
peck led off with a recommendation lor 6.97 per cent
iederal pay raises for classified US workers. Ine Cen-
tral Labor Union and Metal Trades Council along
with most other federal employe unions had soughc
a 17 per cent raise, and Dacked their demands by
claims of a corresponding rise in living costs. They
had little doubt that with Ramspeck's admission that
living costs had gone up 9.7 per cent between January
19o0 and March 1951 tney would get at least a 10 per
cent raise the full limit permitted by the national
salary and wage stabilization program.
But this was not-all. Ramspeck's Report which
had the approval of the President and the Bureau
of the Budget contained another significant figure.
Consumers Price- Index statistics revealed that lin-
ing costs had risen 87 per cent since August 1939. To
bring federal salaries up to parity would require a
raise, of 21 per cent. Tne CSC did not recommend
this.
But the labor men raised their sights. In testimony
rebutting Ramspeck's claims that the 8.97 per cent
raise would be equitable, CLU-MTC legislative repre-
sentative Walter Wagner called for the full 21 per
cent. Few federal employes expected to have their
pay upper by that amount. But It Is a target to shoot
for. and one that makes the original 17 per cent
figure seem within reason, If not within reach.
The powerful House Ways and Means Committee
agreed that It did seem unfair to tax US citizen fe-
deral employes in the Canal Zone and US posessions
for a full year in 1950 when the law was not passed
until September. The Reed bill one of five measures
seeking to knock out the retroactive tax seemed to
have the best chance. Labor leaders hoped that wltn
pushing it would pass in time to Joe Zonian the pain
of actually going down In his jeans to ante up on
the due date June 15, 1951. Everybody rapidly agreed
it would be a lot easier not to pay it, than to pay it
and get It back later.
Wholesale price boosts were blamed for a two-cent
rise In gasoline and kerosene In the Zone. Oas went
to 17 cents, effective Tuesday, kerosene to 16 cents.
Punch-drunk from rising prices and threats of still-
higher costs, many Zonlans expect still another rise
after July 1.
Whatever the state of that intangible italue known
as his morale, Joe Zonian lost no time In offering his
hand and hide as a guine a pig for the Army-clvlllan
anti-aircraft defense program. He and his household
stepped right up before the board of military officers
appointed to conduct the test could determine what
would be asked of them.
On Wednesday. ex-President Arnulfo Arias changed
his mind about his announced decision to defend him-
self before the National Assembly on grounds of
misuse of power In connection with his recent decree
to set aside the 1946 constitution and replace It with
that of 1941. His decision not to appear, he said was
based on his belief that he would not receive a fair
trial before an Assembly "composed of my political
and personal enemies." Friday morning, when the
trial got under way the Assembly voted to order his
appearance. From his Jail cell, he was reported too
111 to come. But the Assembly took another vote, ap-
pointed a commission of three doctors to re-examine
him and report on his condition. The physicians re-
ported he was able to appear and at 4:16 he arrived,
nattily dressed and carrying a copy of "Kon-Tlkl"
which he calmly read while the Deputies pondered his
fate. He spoke twice during the proceedings, after
which the 40 Assemblymen Dresent voted unanimously
for conviction, and to ban him from public office for
the rest of his lifetime.
And for quick reading: 250 members of the Canal
Zone Credit Union tallied a vote of confidence for
their officers on the latters handling of credit bodv's
Insurance affairs. A committee was appointed to look
Into the insurance Droblems. The Coln Fair drew
well. Cuna Indians from the San Bias called to see
the Governor, and some 3.000 Pacific Siders gathered
to watch the Indians dance in front of the Adminis-
tration Building. Three destroyers paid a brief visit
to the Pacific Side. Two 111 Panamanians were flown
to Panam by the U.S. Air Force In mercy missions.
One was Luis Estenoz. Superintendent of the Chirioui
Railroad. Four Zonlans shinned aboard a yacht for
Tahiti. It was announced that Marian Anderson will
sing here next month. Senator Olln Johnston will visit
the Zone. The Brazilian Minister of War. Mai. Gen.
Newton Estillas Leal, stopoed off for a brief visit.
and $40 000.000 military aid for Latin America.
He did "o* r,reaK (jown thw amounts specifically
for each nation.
A De Ha vil land Comet operated by British Over-
seas Airways Corporation made "the first let Dassener
airliner scheduled flight from London to Cairo, with
a stop at Rome.
Average speed for the trip was about 430 m.p.h., or
about 100 m.p.h. better than ordinary airliners at
present on the route.
The Cairo alroort customs doubtless contrived to
counter this reckless speed of travel by taking an
extra hour to clear the f-omefs passengers.
THE FIRST PACIFIC Side Little League champion-
ship came to a successful ending as the Curundu
Councilman, defeated the Sears Cataloog Kids In two
of the three final playoff games.
Curundu took the first game 2-0. The Sears players
evened up the series with a 2-1 victory in the second
game. However, Curundu edged Sears 6-5 to take the
third game and the championship.
Federico Plummer Sunday night gave Francisco Co-
ln Garcia of Puerto Rico the drubbing of his life.
Plummer, 127, featherweight champion of Panama,
wo.i eight of the ten rounds by wide margins.
Coln Garcia, 126, took only the seventh round and
managed to get an even score In the fourth. He was
a badiy beaten man at the end of the bout.
Plummer dropped Garcia for a nine-count Just be-
fore the bell ended the eighth round. However, Gar-
cia was still on his feet at the end.
Garcia absorbed such a beating that he will be
forced into at least two months activity. He suf-
fered a br >ken nose and deep cuts above and be-
low both eyes.
Leonel Peralta continued his unbeaten streak
among the pros by knocking out Baby Garcia in two
rounds.
Some 2.000 fans paid $2,400 to witness the pro-
gram at the Panam Olympic Stadium.
Brazos Brook retained the Cervecera Naclonai's
"Beef Mug" trophy at Summit Hills last Sunday by
outplaying Summit 48 to 33 over two days.
A Marine Barracks pistol team which has been
threatening all year last Sunday won the annual .45
caliber pistol match sponsored by the Canal Zone
Shooting Association. The match was held on the Bal-
boa Gun Club's Far Fan Range and was over the 30
shot Camp Perry Course, all at 25 yards.
The Marine team scored 982 points In winning from
their closest competitors, the dark horse Albrook-
Curundu Gun Club team. The latter landed In second
Slace with 950 points, far out in front of the favored
alboa Gun Club aggregation, whose 818 was only
good enough for third.
Champion and a challenger are tuning up for their
title bout .next Wednesday night.
Both Heavyweight Champ Ezzard Charles and Light
Heavy Kingpin Joey Maxim report they are in excel-
lent shape. Both are confident of victory in the 15-
round go at Chicago. Charles shrugs off Maxim's boast
of winning by a knockout.
"Joey couldn't knock me out," says the Champ, "If
I dropped my hands and stuck my chin out."
Maxim thinks differently. He says he will work on
Ezzard's body, then try and land rights to the head to
score the kayo.
Promoter Jack Solomons says he has a complete
sell-out of $50,000 seats for his June 5th "Festival of
Champions" in London.
Tne main event will send Argentina Heavyweight
Cesar Brlon against Jack Gardner of England. Also on
the card Is is a bout between middleweight Nick Bar-
rone of Syracuse and Don Cockell of England.
Solomons returned from Paris yesterday and said
he is trying to arrange a July 10th title bout between
Middleweight Champ Ray Robinson and Randy Turpin.
The Dodgers may be short on front line pitch-
ing, but it's easy to see why they are leading the
national League. Its on a terrific batting per-
formance. Before Thursday games, the Dodgers
had the one-two-three hitters in the League. Cat ,
Abrams was leading with a .452 average. Jackie
Robinson was second with a .487 mark and Fee-
Wee Reese was hittiirg (388.
Gil Hodges led with 13 home runs and was tops
with 29 runs scored. Duke Snider, the Dodger
center fielder was the pace setter with 32 runs
batted in while Robinson had the most hits48.
The Chicago White Sox continue to be the surprise
of the American League. They've won five in a row
on the swing through the East.
"This is something new to me," says Road Secretary
Frank McMahon, "and I've been around since 1922.
Why, we never swept a series In Boston in the last 20
years alone and we always ran into trouble In New
Yor: "
ost of the credit Is being given to Manager Paul
Richards and his players, but General Manager Frank
Lane comes in for a good share of It. Lane is proving
himself one of the shrewdest traders In baseball. Take,
for example, the recent trade In which the White Sox
wound up with Orestes Mlnoso from Cleveland. The
A's wanted Chicago outfielder Gus Zernial. Cleveland
wanted Leity Lou Brissie and the A's and- Chicago
wanted Minoso. Just before the deal was completed,
Cleveland officials asked Lane "Why not take Har-
ry Simpson instead of Minoso? Simpson is a more
polished ball player, anyway."
The dickering kept on until Lane finally told Cleve-
land "You want Brissie from the A's. But, if you
keep trying to give us Simpson, we won't give up Zer-
nial and the deal Is through. Besides, you said Simp-
son is a more polished player, didn't you?"
Cleveland gave in. The White Sox got Minoso and
the way he is hitting the Cuban seems headed for the
first five.
Back in 1949, Lane talked Branch Rickey, then with
Brooklyn, into selling shortstop Chico Carrasquel for
$30,000. It ranks as one of the biggest "steals" of base-
bail and another victory for Lane.
The White Sox got Lefty Billy Pierce from Detroit
in 1948 in exchange for Aaron Robinson. After the
swap Lane, probably more for effect than anything
else, wondered aloud whether he had made a good
move. Detroit General Manager Billy Evans heard Of
it. He telephoned Lane and offered to give up a good
piece of change to get Pierce back.
"No," replied Lane, "thanks for the offer, bat I'll
sink or swim on Pierce's future."
Today Pierce is rated one of the best southpaws in
the Amerl-nn League. Robinson Is second string catch-
er for Detroit.
PAGE TWO
SmUy AsMfifjn Supplement
SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1961


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^weW^ng"-. lone sentry-silhouetted against the
sky symbolize America's growing preparedness for defense. The
. rene is the joint range proving ground at Cocoa, Fia.
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be placed on sale first in Norfolk, Va., on May 30, the opening day
of the reunion. The/ gray stamp depicts Confederate veteran as
1 he Is today and as he appeared as a youth 85 years ago. There are
. ._ teven known surviving Confederate veterans.
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Of girls and boys at play.
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Playing Jacks or skipping rope.
Tell me, Where's the bird can
sing
A song more full of hope!
Violet Alleyn Storey.
BENEX RUMINATUR HISTO-
RICUS
(From The Atlantic Monthly)
Framed by the ivied arch, they
pause and pa
Beyond my ken across the cam-
put grass.
O tmpora! How unabashed,
how free.
Young love has come to be.)
If order now to chaos must re-
turn,
And value sink Mo vulgarity,
And culture like a lamp turned
low should burn
With futile clarity,
(Or say, perhaps, the heat of
blood has dwindled.
And stairways have become more
steep since youth.
And delicacy that quick desire
once kindled
Seems somewhow grown un-
couth)
Doubt not, in Its own way, the
earth will yet
Repeat the roistering blade and
the coquette.
Depart with confidence that
some new lore
Walts at Time's open door.
Donald C. Babcock.
The International Pastime
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LUSTRE
(From The Prairie Schooner)
Aid silence seems to echo with
my tread:
Sun glints on lustre: there
through a glass door
Pink tea cups shine as through
they smiled and said
We welcome you from days that
. axe no more,
When wistful maidens came and
carefully
Placed us on grandma's tray of
lacquered gold.
Sipped tea and peeped in almost
prayerfully
For leaves by which their for-
tunes might be told.
The beam of life was on them,
burnished hair.
Heart quick for love, a Cinderella
spell
That conjured up the prince,
the coach and pair
Till all must vanish with the
midnight bell!
Now they are gone they leave
you a last token,
The shine of things, the lustre
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Faltering Philip!
Philip's Ufe is filled with braises
Well-worn steps and rugs he ases
Repairs would leave his home like nen
f. A. Classifieds. Just the right clue-
Drew Pearson says: Another Truman letter up-
sets White House aides; Chinese Common,
ists may soon face terrifying new weapons;
Interior Department's solicitor is uneasy.
WASHINGTON. President Truman Is being
ultra-careful about writing letters these days
so much so that some of his assistants almost get
him Into worse trouble trying to protect him.
The other day word was noised around the
Capitol that the President had written a letter to
Congressman John McGulre of Connecticut jok-
ingly offering him the "rosary concession at the
Vatican" when and if the United States sent a
new ambassador to his Holiness the Pope.
There was an Immediate furor in Capitol lob-
bies. The President, it was rumored, had put his
foot in it again.
Careful checking by this column, however,
revealed that though the President had written
a letter, it was only a protective letter. Perhaps
even more interesting, checking revealed trie
sklttlshness of some White House aides regard-
tog any letter signed "Harry S. Truman."
What actually happened was that Congress-
man r-'.cGuire, a Democrat, called at the White
House with other members of the House Com-
merce Committee, and afterward stayed behind
to talk to the President about sending an am-
bassador to the Vatican. Mr. Truman has had
this under consideration for some time but has
been under vigorous political pressure from pso-
testants on one side and catholics on the other.
The President listened carel ully to McGuire,
then Jokingly remarked that when he did ap-
point an ambassador to the Vatican he would
give McGuire the rosary concession.
McGulre was amused and repeated the remark
to several people, among the Journalist Al Stein-
berg, who was doing a series of magazine articles
on the White House. While at the White House
preparing his series, Steinberg mentioned the
remark to a presidential assistant who both
pooh-poohed the story and almost hit the cell-
ing.
It was after.this, and apparently to cover up
any misinterpretation that might be given to his
remark, that the President was urged by his
aides to write a letter to Congressman McGulre,
which read:
"Dear John: Your suggestion about a repre-
sentative at the Vatican and a good business in
rosaries gave me a good laugh."
NOTEPresident Truman, a Baptist, has been
criticized by some protestanta for appointing
more catholics to the Cabinet than any other
President in history Attorney General Ho-
ward McGrath. Secretary of Labor Maurice To-
bln, and Secretary of Navy Francis Matthews.
By appointing a committee on religious and
racial tolerance, he worked against intolerance
toward all faiths.
NEW KOREAN WEAPONS
The army is preparing to throw some terrify-
ing new weapons Into the Korean war if we
finally decide to shoot the work' in Korea. Here
is what the Chinese Communists may soon be
facing:
1.) It is up to the President to order the use
of atomic weapons in Korea, but the army is
now training atomic artillery crews Just in
case. These crews are learning to operate two
field artillery pieces, capable of firing atomic
shells which would wipe out an entire regliient
with one shot. One atomic gun Is a giant how-
itzer, the other a long-range artillery piece. Both
aie so large that they must be towed by locomo-
tives.
2.) If the Communist air force Joins the Korean
war, the army will unleash a spectacular, new
antiaircraft gun that is fired by remote control.
In other words, several guns can be planted
close to enemy lines, yet operated by remote
control without any gun cVws anywhere near
the guns. The first of these 60-mm, air-cooled,
antiaircraft guns are already being tested in
Korea.
3.) The army's new, light supertank Is already
being put through the paces In Korea. The first
two tanks off the production line were rushed
overseas immediately and are now being tested
under combat conditions. This aggressive little
tank Is capable of outfighting anything of its
kind in the Russian arsenal.
In addition, it is no military secret to report
that the Government Is rushing research on a
variety of new weapons, including guided mis-
siles, atomic submarines, supersonic planes, and
nerve gas.
RADIOACTIVE NO-MAN'S LAND
Most revolutionary of these Is radiological war-
fare, or the use of radioactive rays. By conta-
minating military objectives with radioactive
rays, it would be possible to conquer an objective
without killing. single person or destroying a
single building. The radioactive dose could be
marie as* deadly as desired. In other words, the
dose could be made light enough so that it would
have to be absorbed by the civilian population
for three of four days before causing death.
This would give enemy civilians plenty of time
to clear out, and the advancing army could move
In as soon as the radioactivity wore off.
Radioactive contamination could also be used
to halt a ground attack down 'a narrow neck of
land, such as Korea. This could be accomplished
by spreading a stronger dose and creating a ra-
dioactive no-man's land into which no soldier
could advance without certain death.
Processes have already been developed to pro-
duce these radioactive rays Independent of the
atomic bomb. However, the same effect could also
be achieved by exploding an atomic bomb under-
ground. This would contaminate the ground, and
create a radioactive no-man's land. The effect
would be that of an atomic mine which, If ex-
ploded In the face of an advancing army, should
be able to halt the advance cold.
To test this principle, underground atomic ex-
plosions are already scheduled on the barren
Aleutian Islands.
PAGE FOUR
Sunday American Supplement
SUNDAY, .MAY 27, 1951


Labor News
By
And Comment
Victor Riesel
Walter Winchel] In New York
SPRING
HEARD ON THIS BEAT:
mmmgm
Irom Its^ecret agent' activity lnslde_labor everywhere...
by ^^zt^J^. ^^^^a-
^XTil^0^tTXTc^n^on tb a maneuver by
BrldgeTLMat crippung the business life ."tall* g coun-
IStitaHSsS
mwMwmm
Hi
came from the French and Dutch.^
ah o little besrjectaciecT blond haired, ex-Ladles' Garment
fflt-sffjass sura.'&sw: Sffi
ir^tances thev lose face Inside European labor on which they re
ESkv?ss asara arasasw
battles are won In the cold war...
In all this, our governnwtls supported by American labor
v,irh frifluentlv bralntrusti our labor operations abroad. The
o^fdlffinTli^ohn L.^wls. who to a Mine Worker, Journal
eS Soria? has just bitterly attacked Mr -Truman's foreign policy.
(Copyright I'. Post-Hall Syndicate. Inc.)
The symphonic rhythms of time have reached
another thrilling crescendo. Jaunty zephyrs hum
thir fraelle melodies. Ballets of clonas were
nJver kwfe RTaceful. The music of serenity plays
u^on the soul Hke a virtuoso The spirit dances
-and the mysterious telegraphy o oy is trans-
mitted from heart to heart... A f uU chorus of
nature's wonder-workers are chanting their love
songs. The radiant benediction of bright aays
lights up the world. And the exhilarating tingle
in the air Is in tune with pulsebeats.
Spring is an awelon^enatural phenomenon as
well as an inspiring personal miracle. Tempor
arilv the world is a toy and all of us are child-
ren y". There 'is an"Inevitable resurgence o Me
beneath the soil and within humanity, rooks
en able to survive past tragedies and It
instills the courage to face new ones.
The myriad meanings0 of Spring are as diver-
wmmm
-=''S '
launching an offensive.
-^^r,c^
prisons and mansions. IU beams do.not require
passports to reach the mud huts of Africa or the
skyscrapers of New York. And no ron curtain
car prevent people from gazing at the stars.
The great democracy of nature Is a fusion of
symbol&m and realism. Its overpowering reality
Is applicable to Individual and international Pro-
Menu How can anyone view the mlghty red-
woods"(that have outlived a hundred tyrants)
ind nohive deep faith in humanity's eventual
triuiiph over the current despots? How can any-
one^xperience the miraculous grandeur of the
SS as much in alleviating anxieties and
fears as the loving caress of a beautiful Spring
day. ____0____
Rnrlnetlme at Its best offers a profound spirl-
contrasted with the Ingenious and complex na-
tural machinery that makes grass green... ThO
SaneTslmPl7a poor_ Imitation of an eagle.
The trreatest works or art merely reflect nature
It to weU known that the masters In ever,> artlstta
fled are those who best mirror ature Every
Sculptors cannot hope to mateji the majesc
contours of mountains carved by the snow nu
rains. ____
vou can measure the extent on a man's ignor-
ance by hiT lack of humility. In his whlrltaf
-? ni q star It must constantly be re-
belongs to eternity.___________,__.------_^_
mooniiB'"- """"- ______^_--------------------------
Peter Edson In Washington
NEA Staff Correspondent
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CONGRESS PASSES THE BUCK
nasos* sszsMSmB
rSr^r^wrth^aTth^
conWrelufaTion, the don't^ stoo price Tl.es.
congressmen can always out theblame cmOffice
of Price Stablll7atlon for wrlttaK r^*I?n!
which didn't work. This reasoning what made
many congressmen shy was-from themeat lob-
by's suggestion that price control authority r*
killed.
DANGER! GAS MAY EXPLODE
Politicians have to be awfully careful on what
they say. Some careless remark that would be re-
garded as Just a wisecrack when uttered by an
ordinal"citizen can be picked up and used ith
damaging effect against a polltlcUn. Sen. Wll-
iinm Benton of Connecticut ran Into this at a
K^Saffiml^^^toJg'g^a
Like all the guests. Benton had to pay nis *iu
^^ho^you'won't decide that every time I
open rnTmouth you've got to charge me $100 to
make me enioy it and to make me realize that
i| ?RaviJ? & sssrrsn
itaRenubUean National Committee promptly plck-
edS this gag and broadcast it with the query,
Has it come to this?"
FOREIGN FRIEND; DOMESTIC DETRACTOR
Rep James P. Richards, of .South Carolina,
new chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Corn-
in itteV has a consistent voting record in favor
of most turnan administration foreign policy
measures. In the 80th Congress, he voted for full
Marshall Plan appropriations, extension of re-
cioroca! trade act and maximum admission of
disoUced persons. In 81st Congress he voted for
Point WOK, Korean aid and Far S***
the oresent Congress, with the lat* Cha*rman
KM m much of the time. Rep. Richards took the
toad in supporting Truman foreign policy pro-
DMals But on domestic Issues Mr. Richards has
voted almost as consistently against the Truman
proposals.
OPERATING ON CREDIT
Newest lobby"to put in an appearance against
renewal of stabilization controls Is an outfit call-
ea American Finance Conference It's.made up
of credit organizations who want to repeal Re-
gulation "W" This is the Federal Reserve Board
regulation which limits time payments on autos
and other consumer purchases aa onei measure to
check Inflation. Lebor union officials, who raise
S Cain against what dilation does to the
working people, have been lined up to rapport
The American Finance Conference^position to
Regulation "W." And ex-New Deal Sen. Scott
S of Illinois has been retained as one of the
conference attorneys and Washington represen-
taos.
/
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V
Little League Baseball Hits The CZ
By WILLIAM HAMMA
President, Pacific Little League
Something new has been added to the local baseball
.scene, and, from all indications, it will be with us for a
long time.
Little League Baseball, so popular in the States, was
launched locally for the first time this year.
Started twelve years ago in Williamsport, Pa. by Carl
E. Stotz, it has more than doubled the number of partici-
pating teams each year since the late war ended, until
this year finds more than 2,500 teams in forty states furi-
ously bottling for the chance to appear in the Little World
Series held annually in Williamsport.
The idea of organized baseball for youngsters of
twelve ond under, complete with uniforms and first class
equipment, is so appealing to the overage odult that its
present wide acceptance was almost a foregone conclusion.
That the appeal is universal is evidenced by the fact
thot it has spilled beyond the borders of the United States
and is presently being played in Canada, Hawaii, Puerto
Rico, Cuba, and our own back yard, the Canal Zone.
On the Pacific Side, six teams For Instance, in a recent game
fought it out right down to the in the Pacific League, the tying
wire and in the playoff series, run Is on second base, and, with
concluded Thursday night. Cu- two outs, the League's Ralph Ki-
rundu, sponsored by the Curundu ner strides to the plate. Wasting
Civic Council, edged out the no time, he sends the first pitch
Sears Catalog Kids, sponsored by on a line for the fence in right
you know whom. field, a sure double at least. But
The series wound up 2-1 in fa- wait! The knee high guy In right
vor of Curundu with the final field, his uniform several sizes
game ending in a 6-5 score... it too big for him. is making for the
was that close. ball. Can he make it? He does.
pnd to the amazement of every-
The other sponsor; In the Pa- one (including himself) hangs on
clflc lop were St. Mary's Church, to it. His face split from ear to
St. Mary's; Fire Department, by ear with a boyish grin, he makes
the Canalfeone Fire Department; for the dugout amid a thunder-
Dlablo-Hillman, by Hillman. Au- ous ovation from the fans. And
tos of Panama; Police, by Canal the fan who Is cheering as loud
Zone Police Department. as anyone Is the father of the
On the Atlantic Side four teams lad who had Just been robbed of
played to capacity crowds at the a hit. Of such stuff is the Little
Margarita ball park which was League,
converted to a regulation Little
League park with a 182-foot All Stars Picked
fence and all. The Little Mottas,
sponsored by Oil Morland. cop- As this Is written, both leagues
ped both halves. are polishing up for the play-off
series for the Canal Zone cham-
Powells was sponsored by How- pionrhlD and the Governor's Tro-
ardFinnegan of Powell's Garage: Ph.v Ri'ven by Governor F. K.
the Police Pals by the Canal Zone Newcomer of The Panama Canal.
Police of Cristobal and Margarita Inf, lrst ame of this series Is at
and the Margarita All Stars bv Balboa Stadium, the second at
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Connor Margarita on Memorial Day af-
of Margarita temoon and the third game, if
The Atlantic side loop finished necessary, at Balboa Saturday,
the season In the following or- June 2.
The Pacific side all-star team
Team w |, pct will be made up of Al Bruhn of
Little Mottas..... 15 3 -733 Sfars E^e Kirchmeir of the
Police Pals ....... 8 10 .444 Firen lck Ht?JR of Curun-
Po^lk g jo 444 du. Pedro Salas of Hillman. John
Margarita".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 5 13 .288 Hamma of the Firemen. Bill Win-
ford of Curundu. Ronnie Mead
Great Improvement Shown f Sears SanunyWinklowsky of
Sears. Bob Best of Curundu, Ro-
The improvement shown by **n, TsfelIu?y ofD?1uruInd,uKG,e,r'7i
the boys under these managers is f **? of Pol ce. Billy Hatchett of
remarkable. The snappv double ** Jlm* ft"""1" f,St
play is frequent, the ball comes Mapj\E'W00d Pn'11'I1of Police
in from the outfield with aitiDz- and RalPn L*'8* oi Hillman.
lng rapidity and, generally, to _. ... ,, ,, ,,,
the right base The Atlantic side all stars will
br made up of Owen Sutherland.
However, it is not the general g ., Newhard. Wayne Wall.
excellence of plav that resma to cJ,ar'le1 c**** and Wendy Sasso
appeal most to the fans instead f L't,le Mottas/ Bob Hamilton
It is the totally unexpected play ?m 0,nso 'ULl Luke Palumbo of
that could hannen only in a tr/e plloe Pa'1: B|"v Rankin.
youngsters' ball game Charlie French. lewis Taber and
young* o* same. BQb wlmford of poweUs. Ray
... Croft. Joe Hannegan and George
Wetzel of the Margarita All
-** Slurs.
^ J^^^ May Go to U.S.
There are some hopes that the
.powtrs-that-be In Williamsport
will invite a Liitle League team
from the Isthmus to the States
this year.
Consideration is being r.: % i at
this time to a plan that will en-
able all of the Little Leagues op-
m erating outside of the continental
limits of the U.S. to send teams
to the annual classic at Williams-
port.
Needless to say. everyone Is go-
ing around with ids fingers cross-
ed, waiting for the final word
But be that as it may. the com-
ing series will provide all the
i thrills and excitement that, a
youngster can absorb, and local
fans are urged to come out to see
Tommy McKeown. also of the the series.
Saint. For those who have seen a Lit-
Marjarita Ball Park, Home of Atlantic Little Leafue.
Dickie Duran, all-around
player for the Police.
tie League game, no urging is ne-
cessary.
For those who will be exposed
to Little League for the first time,
the writer guarantees that they
will forget, for a short time, the
Income tax, high Commissary
prices, the neighbor's loud radio,
or anything else that worries
them. They will. Instead, relive
their youth (as they would have
liked to have had it) In the ef-
forts of these knee-high guys.
Little League has met with the
approval of the Director of Phy-
sical Education, G. C. Lorkridge
of the Canal Zone Schools.
A new site has been made a-
vallable for the construction of a
Little League field In the area
between Gaillard Highway and
the Balboa railroad station. This
field is now being developed and
will be completed in time for the
season's opener next January.
Wayne Sutherland, leading pitcher, batter, home ran hitter
Alfred Bruhn. Sears pitcher.
Lewis Taber, catcher, runner-up for home run honors, Powells.
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Engalanada con los bellos atavo de nuestras razas aborgenes, Gioconda
Apolayo, la Reina de la Feria de Coln, exhibe majestuosa y magnfica la
gracia esplendorosa de su gentil donaire y la divina locura de su sonrisa
jnnto a los frutos lsanos y maduros de la tierra prdiga. En ella resurge
simblico el fruto inmaculado de la tierra istmea convertido en formas
de mujer. Por ser flor de esta tierra surge vigorosa como la fruta que
brota de la misma flor, con sus perfumes y la forma exhuberante de la
belleza fsica. No podra la naturaleza ser ms bondadosa y prdiga al
dar sus gracias y prodigar sus favores.
(Texto: R. A. L, Foto: Domy)
Suplemento
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El Ingenio "Santa
La mano y la inteligencia del hombre nter vienen para compensar cualquier deficiencia de la na turaleaa. Ea cates dos fotografas podemos ver la
represa de tierra que separa dos lagos artificiales eon truidos por el Ingenio Santa Rosa para acumular el agua de la estacin lluviosa, la cual ser llevada por
medio de canales de rrigacin (derecha) hacia los ca averales durante el verano. De esta manera se le proporciona el liquido de la vida a las sedientas raices
de los tallos de caa,a que ms tarde sern sacrifica dos para ser convertidos en rica y cristalina azcar de la mejor calidad.
Hace algunos aos pareca cosa de sueos. Hoy
da es una tangible realidad. El Ingenio Santa Rosa
produce anualmente unos diez millones de libras de
azcar refinada que puede competir en calidad con
'cua,r*uier azcar del mundo.
Un incentivo que alentar a nuestros agriculto-
rr"< sembrar ms y ms caa de azcar para bene-
ficio de nuestro interior.
La Azucarera Nacional. S. A.
e i una combinacin del Inge-
nio Santa Rosa, a pocas millas
e Aguadulce y otro ingenio
.r> Rovlra. Provincia de Chlrl-
o
El Ingenio de Revira tiene la
particularidad de ser la nica
empresa privada que usa la e-
ne-gia hidro-elctrica para mo-
>f-' sus maquinarias.
r~or su parte, el Ingenio San-
tp. Rosa es el ingenio ms anti-
cuo de Panam, y fue fundado
tu 1911.
La Azucarera Nacional. S. A.,
es propiedad de un grupo de ln-
cusrteles panameos, quienes
con clara visin pensaron que
la mejor manera de aumentar
'Ir. produccin de azcar v de
otros derivados de la caa de
azcar era aunando sus eafuer-
Se calcula que desde Enero
hasta los primeros dias de Mayo
ms de 2.000 hombres, estn in-
timamente ligados p.l Ingenio
Santa Rosa v su produccin, ya
sea en la cosecha, transporte,
molienda, etc., de la taa de
azcar.
De estos dos mil hombres slo
una nfima cantidad son ex-
tranjeros. Entre ellos solo hay
seis norteamericanos v unos
cuantos cubanos. El resto, orgu-
llo es decirlo, son todos pana-
meo?.
Importantsimo factor en la
vida u"l Ingenio Santa Rosa son
los colonos. Como quiera que el
Ingenio Santa Rosa slo produ-
ce el JO por ciento de U caa
que sus trapiches muelen, el res-
to es suministrado por los colo-
nos, los cuales suman a unos
Va comienzan a llegar, cumplida su misin de incursin por
loa caaverales, los enormes camiones cargados con el rico botn
que ofrendarn al trapiche que trabaja sin cesar, aguijoneado
por te continua demanda de los consumidores de asnear refinada.
- Como un verde monumento a te laboriosidad del hombre,
cienos de hectreas cubiertas de caa de azcar se extienden a
travs del Ingenio Santo Bosa. El "jeep" se abre paso tmida-
mente, cual pequeo bote en medio de un mar de caa.
maquinarlas v hacer las repa- i
raciones necesarias en las mis-'
mas.
El Ingenio Santa Rosa, con
sus campos sembrados de caa
de azcar y sus maquinarlas,
representa una Inversin de u-
nos dos millones de dlares.
Durante la '.cniporada de la
zafra el Ingenio emplea dlrec-
tamente unos 500 hombres. El |
resto del ao se mantiene una
cuadrilla bastante grande para
el trabajo de mantenimiento,
etc.. mientras llega la prxima
zafra. El ingenio provee aloja-
miento a muchos de sus emplea-
dos.
Debido a la caresta de bra-
zos en las cercanas del ingenio,
ste suministra transporte gra-
tuito para que traiga a los tra-
bajadores todos los dias v los
regrese a sus hogares, muchos
de los cuales quedan a distan-
cias considerables.
ios. De este Quijotesco plan sur-
gi la Azucarera Nacional. S. A.,
orgullo de nuestra Industria na-
cional.
La Azucarera Nacional, S. A.
er^u representada por los cono-
cidos Industriales don Max Del-
\alle. seor Bey Mario Arose-
irena. doctor Ramn E. Mora,
seor Plinto Vrela y seor Jus-
to Pastor Correa. El Gerente
General es el seor Alfonso Brld
y su director el seor Marcel
Pens.
La repercusin econmica de
de una empresa de tal enverga-
dura no puede ser pasada por
lto.
PAGINA DOS
\ 500, o por agricultores lndepen-
, dientes.
Estos hombres entregan el
fruto de su aoor al ingenio en
carretas tiradas por .bueyes
I o en camiones, o en la forma
(que consideren ms conveniente
' a sus Intereses. El Ingenio I03
ayuda a conseuuir los medios de
! transporte, si ellos as 'o desean,
de manera ou.; no sean explo-
tados con loi precios.
Durante unos cinco meses que
dura la zafra, el Ingenio Santa
Rosa trabaja 24 horas diarlas.
Una vez a la semana se para el
trabajo para poder limpiar
Durante la zafra e: Ingenio
paga semanalmente las entregas
de caa de azcar, y el resto del
ao hace las veces de un ban-
co, concediendo pi estamos sin
inters sobre las futuras cose-
chas.
Un inspector hace una avalua-
cin de la prxima cosecha de
un colono, y luego se le sumi-
nistra al colono ei dinero tara
que desmonte el campo v-siem-
bre la prxima cosecha.
Lo curioso es que estos prs-
tamos no son bonos de crdito
que tendrn que ser gastados en
alguna cooperrtiva del Ingenio.
Es dinero en efectivo que el co-
lono podr gastar tn donde me-
jor le convenga.
La Azucarera Nacional no tie-
ne almacenes ni tiendas, los
cuales serian una manera de o-
bllgar al colono a gastar sus prs
tamos para beneficio directo de
la misma empresa que se los
concedi.
La compaa si alquila trac-
tores y otro equipo a los colonos
para que stos puedan sacar
mejor ventaja de sus siembras.
Una visita al Ingenio Santa
Rosa durante la poca de la ra-
fra es algo sumamente Intere-
sante.
El Ingenio Santa Rosa tiene
unas 300 hectreas debidamente
irrigadas. El promedio de pro-
duccin por hectrea es de unas
cien toneladas deacaa. si el te-
rreno se encuentra debidamen-
te irrigado. Una hectrea de te-
rreno en donde haya poca agua
slo produce unas cuarenta to-
neladas de caa.
Para el prximo ao se habrn
Irrigado otras 150 hectreas ms,
lo cual aumentar la eos-echa
en unas 0.000 toneladas de ca-
a.
Aunque la Azucarera Nacional.
8. Ay est haciendo todo lo po-
sible por mejorar la cosecha de
caa de azcar, y se ha logrado
un gran adelanto en este sen-
tido, todava se tropieza con fac-
tores que entorpecen la produc-
cin.
Aqu en Panam hay un pro-
medio de siete meses de esta-
cin lluviosa y unos cinco mt-
tea de estacin seca. Sin Irriga-
cin adecuada, la caa de az-
car crece* durante los siete me-
ses de poca lluviosa, y debe ser
cortada antes que entre de lle-
no la estacin seca.
Con un sistema adecuado de
Irrigacin, la caa podra cre-
cer durante unos once o doce
meses, aumetando as la produc-
cin por hectrea y. por supues-
to, la calidad de la caa.
Sin embargo, la irrigacin es
algo ms complicada de lo que
parece a primera vista. Se ne-
cesitan conocimientos tcnicos,
ya que un sistema de Irrigacin
que no haya sido diseado cien-
tficamente puede causar ms
dao que bien. Si los canales de
irrigacin transportan el agua
demasiado rpido provocaran la
erosin del suelo. Se debe tener
en. consideracin el declive pre-
Su apetito an sin saciar, el trapiche contina clamando por
ms y ms caa. Los peones, obedientes servidores de este mons-
truosa mquina, no tienen otra alternativa que seguir vaciando
toneladas de caa en sus enormes fauces. Pero.an asi, la caa
no deja de tener un "dulce" fin.
(Texto de JORGE E. RAMIREZ Fotos de RALPH SKINNER)
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Dominico,
DOMINGO, MAYO 27, 1951


la Industria Azucarera
Toneladas de caa esperan su tarn*, impotentes para defen-
derse, para que el trapiche con sus poderosas mandbulas les ex-
prima hasta la ltima cota del dulce liquido que les dio vida, el
cual ser convertido en blancos cristales para deleite de miles de
consumidores.
, .... -lagos artificiales que recogen el
ciso de los canales, la velocidad agua dei invierno y luego la dis-
a que debe ser transportada el
agua, y la altura de cada parte
del terreno que se va a irrigar
Una inspeccin a los terrenos
del Ingenio Santa Rosa en la
seccin cercana al Rio Santa
Mara nos demostr lo qu puede
el ingenio y la voluntad del
hombre.
Encontramos cinco tractores
y un pequeo ejrcito de tra-
bajadores abriendo nuevos ca-
nales de irrigacin. El agua se
obtiene del ro por medio de
Koderosas bombas que la llevan
acia un enorme tanque, desde
el cual la ley de gravedad hace
que el agua corra a travs de
los canales de Irrigacin haca
las reas necesitadas del precio-
so liquido.
La irrigacin, como otras co-
sas que rinden beneficio, requie-
ren una inversin de capital que
no puede ser soportada por los
pequeos agricultores.
Adems de la irrigacin, el
Ingenio Santa Rosa tiene varios
tribuyen durante el verano a los
lugares en donde se necesita
durante el verano.
Atravesando en un "Jeep" los
Inmensos caaverales pudimos
apreciar en todo su valor este
monumento a la laboriosidad
del hombre.
Lagos artificiales, canales de
irrigacin y cientos de hect-
reas con Inmensos tallos de ca-
a de azcar esperando ser de-
rribados por el filos del mache-
te del colono para ulego ser
transportados al trapiche en
donde las dentadas ruedas del
mismo exprimirn hasta la l-
tima gota del precioso jugo que
ser convertido en azcar re-
finada y alcohol. El "Jeep" pa-
reca un pequeo bote pronto a
naufragar en un mar de caa.
Una vez cortada la caa de a-
zcar, sta es transportada al
Ingenio, en donde una enorme
gra la recoge para ponerla en
cTrea sin fin que la lleva a su
vez a la mquina moledora.
Primero, es cortada en pe-
dazos por un Juego de cuchi-
llas que se mueven a una velo-
cidad asombrosa, y luego es des-
menuzada por una especie de
martillos. La caa contina a-
vanzando por la correa sin fin,
para luego ser exprimida, a fin
de extraerle el Juego. Luego es
mojada para ser exprimida por
segunda y tercera vet.
Despus de esta operacin, la
caa queda convertida en baga-
zos, los cuales son transportados
por otra correa hacia ais calde-
ras en donde servirn de com-
bustible para producir el vapor
que mueve las bombas y maqui-
narlas del Ingenio, asi como pa-
ra cocinar la miel. Adems del
bagazo, el Ingenio Santa Rosa
consume unas seis mil toneladas
de lea durante la zafra.
Una vez obtenido el Jugo de
la caa ste es colado debida-
mente. Luego se le agrega cal
para coagular las impurezas y
mantener el debido porcentaje
de' alcalinidad. El lquido es va-,
ciado entonces en vasijas espe-
ciales para que se "asiente" y
separar las iropu/ezas (lode) del
lquido, filtrndolo a travs de
prensas. Las impurezas son usa-
das como fertilizante en los
campos, por ser muy ricas en
materias orgnicas.
Una vez que las impuerezas
han sido separadas del jugo, s-
te es filtrado una Tez mas a tra-
vs de un colador hecho de a-
lambre de monel.
Ya obtenida la pureza necesa-
ria del liQuido, se inicia entonces
un complicado proceso que eva-
porar el agua por medio de
calor y vacio, convlrtlndolo en
espesa miel virgen.
La miel virgen es pasada en-
tonces a unas mquinas al va-
cio hasta que se forman los cris-
tales de azcar. Los cristales, ti-
na vez formados, junto con la
melaza son pasados luego a una
centrifuga que separa las mela-
zas del azcar, dejando el az-
car en la centrifuga. Esta opera-
cin se repite tres veces hasta
obtener la mxima Dureza del
azcar. El azcar as obtenida,
es lo que conocemos por "azcar
morena".
A fin de obtener el azcar re-
finada, muchos otros paess en-
van el azcar morena" a los
Estados Unidos para ser refina-
da. Pero ne el Ingenio Santa
Rosa, el azcar es refinada all
mismo.
El azcar morena es pyesta
nuevamente en mquinas cen-
trifugas hasta que se obtiene a-
zcar ms blanca. Este azcar
se derrite luego en agua callen-
te y es filtrada dos veces a tra-
vs de prensas y carbn mineral
para separar todas las imDure-
zas del azcar derretida. El li-
quido sale de estos filtros con
una transparencia cristalina.
El lquido es entonces echado
nuevamente en las mquinas al
vaco en donde vuelven a for-
marse los cristales. Se pasa en-
tonces nuevamente a las centri-
fugas en donde se repite el pro-
ceso cuatro veces para obtener
el mximo de calidad.
El azcar refinada es luego
secada, dejndola caer en for-
ma de cascada en medio de aire
caliente en una mquina gra-
nuladora.
Una vez obtenida el azcar
refinada es enviada a travs de
un tubo al cuarto de empaque
en donde se vacia en sacos he-
nequn de a cien libras, los cua-
les estn forrados con papel es-
pecial que absorbe cualquier hu-
medad.
Cada saco es pesado en unaij
balanza de precisin, y lue.;o es
cosido en una moderna mqul-
Modernas mquinas son utilizadas en el proceso de transfor-
macin de la miel virgen en azcar. El precioso lquido es pasa-
do por ana centrifuga que separar la metasa cargada de asacar
del contenido liquido de la miel virgo*.
ed Panamericana
loe mejores
rogramas
Despus de una serie de complicados procedimientos, la cen-
trifuga va brindando, poco a poco, el fruto de su labor: ascar
refinada de la ms alta calidad, la cual pasa automticamente a
los cuartos de empaque.
na.
Ya cosidos los sacos, son en-
viados a los enormes depsitos
que tienen una capacidad de
30,000 sacos de a cien libras, en
donde no se quedan mucho
tiempo, pues los camiones lle-
gan todo el dia para llevar el
azcar a los mercados de Pana-
m, Coln y otros puntos de la
Repblica, asi como al extran-
jero.
El Ingenio Santa Rosa tam-
bin produce alcohol en una re-
finera que forma parte del in-
genio. Este alcohol es vendido a
los hospitales y los productores
de licores de la Repblica.
He aqui. pues, el proceso de
la produccin del azcar refi-
nada. Muchos de ustedes, al me-
ter la cuchara en la azucarera,
al comerse un dulce o un ca-
ramelo, no tienen la menor idea
del proceso que ha sido necesa-
rio para que la materia prima
de esas golosinas haya sido con-
vertida en azcar refinada de la
mejor calidad.
Tampoco se imaginan ustedes
que esa azcar refinada repre-
senta una inversin de vatios
millones de dlares, y que miles
de personas viven de ese pro-
ducto.
Hace varios aos el azcar
que consumamos tenia que ser
necesariamente Importada del
extranjero. Hoy, gracias al di-
namismo y visin de un gruo
de industriales panameos, la
Azucarera Nacional. S. A pro-
duce un alto porcentaje del a-
zcar que necesitamos para
nuestro consumo.
81 le continuamos dando el a-
poyo necesario a la industria
nacional: si nuestros capitalis-
tas Invierten su capital en in-
dustrias como sta, que benefi-
cian al agricultor y al paname-
o en general, no estar lejano
el dia en que podamos producir
lo que necesitamos v consiga-
mos nuestra estabilidad econ-
mica.
Nuestras felicitaciones al In-
genio Santa Rosa y a la Azuca-
rera Nacional, S. A.
Una ves empacada el ascar en sacos de a cien libras, stos
son cosidos en esta moderna mquina, dejndolos listos para ir
al mercado consumidor. Cada ao, la Azucarera Nacional, S. A.,
lleva a las masas del pueblo panameo dios millones de libras de
azcar refinada. i
DOMINGO, MAYO 27, 1951
Suplt**t PANAMA AMERICA Do-inic.
FAGINA TKES


Novelas de Misterio que escribi lo realidad
EL EXTRAO CASO SHAFFE
NUEVA YORK, abril 24.(EPS)Lafayette Shaffer acababn
de regresar a su granja en Bancroft, Estado de Virginia del Oeste
cuando recibi una visita Inesperada. El hombre que le buscaba
era un Joven alto y bien formado y el granjero no tard en reco-
nocerle: se trataba de Clifford Cauley. quien una vez fue emplea-
do de su hermano Patrick Shaffer.
Por una curiosa coincidencia, ese da era el segundo aniver-
sario de la muerte de Patrick, ocurrida el 24 de julio de 1932. Y
fue a esto a lo que aludi Caulev apenas cambiados los saludos
de rieor.
"Hay algo que hace tiempo deseaba decirle, seor Shaffer",
dijo. "Nc puedo resistir ms. Cada noche se me aparece Patrick:
no s si es una visin o una pesadilla. Algunas veces veo de re-
pente su cara dentro del agua, y veo tambin sus mano* que se
extienden hac'.a m como pidiendo socorro. Varias veces he in-
tentado alcanzarlas con las mias, pero entonces la figura de Pa-
trick se desvanece".
Shaffer guard silencio un
rato, no sabiendo qu decir. A-
Quella declaracin era tan Ines-
perada v extraa que le descon-
cert. Adems, el olor a whisky
que Impregn la habitacin in-
dicaba que Caulev haba bebido
en exceso y probablemente no
se daba cuenta exacta de lo que
hablaba. Por,fin exclam:
"Bien, n ohaga caso. Cauley.
Todos echamos de menos a Pa-
trick. Supongo que su muerte le
afect mucho a usted, va que
viva en la misma casa".
Cauley apenas le dej termi-
nar la frase, diciendo con voz
agitada:
"Pero es que usted no com-
prende. Shagger! Patrick fue
envenenado. Por Ruby y por
mi!"
o O o
Shaffer no habra dado el
menor crdito a esta inusitada
revelacin si no hubiera recor-
dado un Incidente ocurrido poco
antes de la muerte de su her-
mano.
Este sufra los efectos de una
Insolacin. Ruby, la esposa de
Patrick, le pregunt a su marido
si no deseara tomarse un poco
de whisky. Patrick contest a-
firmatlvamente v ella le ofreci
un vaso lleno de un licor, cuyo
colorido aleo oscuro llam la a-
tencin de Lafayette. Y no pudo
dejar de preguntarle a su cua-
da: "Qu licor es se. Ruby?"
"Un Donche de whisky", con-
test ella.
"Lafayette decidi probarlo, y
le encontr un sabor amargo.
Tan amargo qae pasaron mu-
chas horas antes de que la des-
agradable impresin desapare-
ciera.
"Sso no es un ponche de whis-
ky", manifest Shaffer a Ruby.
Pero ella le mir fijamente, al
tiempo que deca:
"Si lo es. Lo alie pasa es que
lo compuse en el vaso que tena
la medicina de Patrick". Y se a-
presur a tirar el contenido por
una ventana.
o O o
El recuerdo de este Incidente
dio nueva importancia a las de-
claraciones de Cauley v Shaffer
decidi Ir con ste a la oficina
del procurador del condado,
Bruce T. Clayton. All el joven
repiti lo que habla dicho a La-
fayette, explicando luego lo o-
currldo.
Trabajaba en la carretera en-
tre Plymouth y Bancroft cuan-
do vl por primera vez a Ruby
Shaffer, que se diriga con su es-
poso a su granja. Le pareci una
rrfujer agradable, pero nada
ms. Unos das despus cuando
se termino el trabajo en la ca-
rretera, se dirigi en busca de
Shaffer para pedirle ocupacin,
no con el deseo de ver a Ruby
otra vez, sino simplemente por-
que supo que el granjero nece-
sitaba una persona que pudiera
ayudarle en las tareas agrcolas.
Patrick lo contrat, dndole el
manejo de un tractor. Como la
granja estaba algo aislada, era
entendido que el contrato in-
clua su alojamiento en casa de
los Shaffer. Como Patrick tra-
bajaba a su vez en una mina si-
tuada en el mismo condado, de-
jaba a su esposa v Cauley solos
todo el da. Al principio Clifford
se mostr respetuoso, consagrn-
dose exclusivamente a sus labo-
res y rehuyendo en lo posible
la compaa de Ruby. En reali-
dad l tena novia v aunque su
patrona era una muler bastante
atractiva, no pens traicionar
ni su amor a s uprometlda ni
i
... hecho
a su
medida
desde
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Garantizamos Reparaciones
Aunque Ud. gane o pierda peso, nos liacemo;
responsables por las reparaciones al vestido
mientras dure la vida del mismo.
EL BAZAR AMERICANO
PANAMA
COLON
Patrick Shaffer (1), so esposa Ruby (2) y su
empleado Clifford Cauley (3) fueron los protago-
nistas de uno de los ms cariosos casos crimina-
les norteamericanos.
la confianza de Shaffer.
Pero una semana despus de
su llegada, a la hora del almuer-
zo, Ruby le pregunt de pronto
por qu no rompa sus relacio-
nes con su novia, ya que ahora
le era difcil visitarla y. adems,
"haba otras mujeres ms cer-
ca".
Aunque la alusin era muy
clara. Cauley no quiso seguir la
conversacin, porque senta gran
simpata por el seor Shaffer y
le apenaba realmente la idea de
engaarle con su esposa y en su
propia casa. Durante varios das
se mantuvo todo lo alejado que
pudo de Ruby. Pero sta no se
dio por vencida. Sin el menor
disimulo le mostraba que estaba
enamorada de l y finalmente,
una 'tarde en que regres a la
granja algo pasado de licor, ella
se le sent en las rodillas v co-
menz a besarle. Y desde esa
hora fueron amantes.
Sus relaciones se desarrolla-
ron sin el menor inconveniente,
porque Patrick, ajeno a toda
sospecha, segua trabajando en
la mina y ellos uodian entre-
garse a su amor sin testigos.
Ruby era una mujer apasiona-
da v haba concentrado en el
Joven todo el afecto de que era
capaz, sin importarle las conse-
cuencias. A duras penas poda
disimular ahora su desprecio por
Patrick v Cauley tema que en
cualquier momento ste se diese
cuenta de lo que ocurra.
Pero Shaffer era un hombre
simple. Incapaz de Imaginar la
duplicidad de carcter de su es-
posa.
Y cuando dos o tres meses des-
pus de la llegada de Cauley a
la granja Patrick comenz a
sentir intensos dolores de cabe-
za, no pens ni remotamente
que pudieran tener relacin al-
guna con la actitud algo desde-
osa que Ruby demostraba ha-
cia l. Estos dolores se intensi-
ficaron rpidamente. Y el 24 de
julio, como se ha dicho, muri.
o O o
Tras de escuchar el relato de
Cauley, el procurador Clayton
orden que se exhumara los res-
tos de Shaffer. Un detenido
examen mdico comprob que
ste haba muerto a cansa de
envenanamiento con estricnina.
Y entonces se procedi al arres-
to de Ruby y Cauley.
El proceso contra ambos se
inici el 8 de octubre de 1934.
Clifford repudi las declaracio-
nes que hlecra al procurador
Clayton, afirmando que su con-
ducta habia sido inspirada por
los celos.
Ruby produjo sensacin al ser
llamada a declarar. Vesta ele-
gantemente y su rostro no de-
mostraba ningn temor. Y su
vox era firme y clara mi prestar
el juramento de decir la verdad,
toda la verdad y slo la verdad.
Explic que se habia casado
cuando era apenas una adoles-
cente con un hombre llamado
Peter Young, con el cual tuvo
varios hijos. Pero este casa-
miento termin en divorcio y
ella dej a los nios con su pa-
dre, que era administrador de
una mina. All trabajaba Pa-
trick Shaffer, quien se enamor
de ella y le propuso matrimonio.
Lo acept, sin amarlo, porque l
le ofreca la ayuda y amparo
que necesitaba. Y se instalaron
en la granja, aunque Patrick no
abandon su puesto en la mina
Agreg que, contrario a lo que
se crea en general. Shaffer era
un hombre enfermizo, que du-
rante los dos aos anteriores a
su muerte sufri una serla do-
lencia nerviosa. Y ella le hizo
ver por un mdico muy conocido
en la regln, el doctor J. L. Dun-
lap, el cual le proscribi unas
pildoras para calmarle los ner-
vios. Esta era la nica medici-
na que ella habia suministrado
a su esposo.
En este punto de su relato fue
Interrumpida por el fiscal, quien
le pregunt: __
"No fue usted quien entrego
una pistola a Clifford Cauley.
co nel fin de que la vendiera y
comprara con el producto de la
venta cierta cantidad de vene-
no?"
La seora Shaffer no se inti-
mid, respondiendo con la ma-
yor calma: '.
"No es cierto. Jamas di objeto
ni dinero alguno al seor Cau-
ley, que era un simple pen en
nuestra granja".
"No entrego usted cierta su-
ma a Cauley para que compra-
ra estricnina?", volvi a pre-
guntar el fiscal.
"No", contest con la misma
calma la seora Shaffer.
"Es verdad que Cauley con-
tinu trabajando en su granja
y residiendo en su misma casa
durante ao y medio, despus de
la muerte de su esposo?"
"Es verdad", contest Ruby,
siempre calmosa. Y el fiscal no
se atrevi a hacer la pregunta
que ms deseaba formular, a-
cerca de las relaciones entre los
acusados.
ooO o
El jurado conoci primera del
caso de Cauley. Pero no pudo lle-
gar a un acuerdo acerca de la
culpabilidad de ste. Nueve de
los miembros consideraban que
deba ser condenado a prisin
perpetua; uno deseaba que se le
condenara a la pena de muer-
te: otros dos le absolvieron.
Como es de rigor en estos ca-
sos, no habiendo unanimidad en
el jurado fue necesario llevar a
cabo un nuevo proceso, que co-
menz en marzo siguiente. El
fiscal presento un nuevo dicta-
men, redactado por el patlogo
Dr. M. Giles, quien manifest
que a pesar de haber transcurri-
do ms de dos aos de la muer-
te de Shaffer, era posible toda-
va descubrir en sus rfstos tra-
zas del veneno que lo habia
matado.
Esta vez el jurado declar
Cauley culpable de complicidad
en el asesinato de Patrick, sien-
do sentenciado a prisin perpe-
tua.
o O o
La vista del proceso contra la
seora Shaffer se habia sea-
lado para el 24 de junio de 1935J
pero debido a la hostilidad p-
blica contra ella, hubo que apla-
zarlo hasta noviembre siguien-
te, y fue necesario tambin lle-
varlo a cabo en otra localidad\
Parkersburgo.
Cauley. ya condenado, fue lla-
mado como testigo y compa-
reci vistiendo el uniforme gris
de los reos. Y desde el primer
momento manifest categrica-
mente que habla sido el amante
de Ruby antes v despus de la
muerte de Patrick. Afirm que|
ella haba sugerido que mataran
a ste, suministrndole dos ve-|
ees el dinero necesario para
comprar n revlver. Pero l no
se atrevo a hacerlo.
Luego, en una visita a la ciu-l
dad de Charleston, Ruby le exl-J
gl que comprara una cantidad"
de estricnina, lo cual hizo. Tal,
era la verdad, aunque la seora
Shaffer la habia negado.
Pero Ruby no era fcil de des-
corazonar. Una y otra vez repiti
su negativa, calificando a su ex-
amante de mentiroso, y repi-
tiendo que su marido haba
muerto de causas naturales^
aunque los testimonios mdicos,
decan lo contrario.
Hablaba con tal aplomo, ha-
bia tal aparente sinceridad en
sus palabras, que los mlembrc
del jurado se sintieron Impre-
sionados por ellas. Y cuando el
abocado defensor recalc qu
nadie habia sido testigo de la
muerte de Patrick, ni nadie ha-I
bia visto estricnina en su casa.l
el jurado acept su argumento|
de que no habla pruebas sufi-
cientes para condenar a Ruby
Shaffer. Y sta fue absuelta.
Este veredicto dej a Cauley I
en la peculiar situacin de haberl
sido condenado a prisin perpe-l
tua como cmplice d un crimen I
cuya supuesta ejecutora queda-1
ba libre, porque a juicio del ju-l
rado no era culpable. Si no eral
culpable, no habia ocurrido nlr.-l
gn crimen. Y la sentencia con-1
tra Cauley era una monstruosa I
injusticia. Considerndolo asi,I
el tribunal supremo orden la I
revisten del caso y Cauley fue|
absuelto a su vez.
PAGINA CUATRO
Sflmento PANAMA AMEUCA Dimil
DOMINGO, MAYO 27, 1951


'Jo ce
Por Hue. GIYON y M. AUGER
TRAJE CON SOBREFALDA
(Modelo A)
Cuando las francesas van al
restaurante, o por la tarde a to-
mar el t. usan mucho los tra-
jes con sobrefaldas largas he-
chas en enero de algodn. Eat*
clase de vestidos son muv sen-
cillos respecto a su corte v muy
distinguidos. El cuerpo es muy
ceido, las mangas quedan por
encima del codo, y el cuello lle-
va grandes solapas. El cuerpo
est abrochado con tres botones
de color, haciendo juego con el
cinturn de piel de gamuza cue
marca bien la cintura. La sobre-
falda, estilo capa, comienza el
vuelo desde la cintura, v el bor-
de va adornado con dos breses
cortados en forma v un poco
ms subidos en la parte del fren-
te. Esta sobrefalda de un estilo
tan nuevo se usa sobre falda
estrecha del mismo gnero.
EL ULTIMO ESTILO EN TRAJE
SASTRE
(Modelo B)
El traje sastre es cada da ms
y ms sencillo en su corte. No
tiene ya vuelo sobre las caderas,
el faldn es corto y sencillo. Las
mangas son flexibles y cortas,
las solapas y los puos estn
delicadamente amoldados y las
puntas son redondeadas. La mo-
da que ms favorece es la de
dos piezas, segn muestra el di-
bujo. La chaqueta se abrocha
con tres o cuatro botones en do-
ble fila, la falda es Usa y tiene
en el frente y en la -arte de
atrs dos pliegues -encontrados.
Con frecuencia no se usan blu-
sas con estos trajes, pero si pie-
zas estilo corselete.
ACCESORIOS
(Modelos C-D-E-F)
C.En casa de todos los mo-
distos perisienses hay modelos
de paraguas que sirven de pro-
teccin tanto para la lluvia co-
mo para el sol, hechos ae seda!
fina, en cuadros escoceses o es-
tampados, con mangos largos y
de gran fantasia.
D.Las carteras vistas en las
casas de modas estn hechas en
terciopelo, seda o tafetn de se-
da y frecuentemente llevan un
volante plisado a todo alrcredor.
E.La ltima novedad en los
guantes es el puo plisado que
se pueda quitar y poner cuando
se desee, hecho en msinc g-
nero que el traje, v asegurado
' al puo del propio guante.
F.BALMAIN abrogaba los co-
llares de perlas- con un aro y
en l puede colocarse va bien
sea un pauelo de muselina o
una rosa.
CAMBIO EN EL TRAJE DE
TUNICA
(Modelo O)
Presentamos el xito del dfa.
La tnica confeccionada en ra-
so o jersey, va drapeada a un
lado y el drapeado est gracio-
samente sujeto con un ramille-
te de flores. Esta tnica tiene el
uueepo sin mangas v se usa so-
bre una falda plisada en gnero
vaporoso.
EL ABRIGO EN GENERO
DE HILO
(Modelo III
El abrigo con manga de corte
ragln en gnero de hilo blanco
o en colores vivos hace resaltar
el valor de los trajes obscuros^
o los trajes sastre que se usan
con esa clase de abrigos. Tienen
mangas cortas, con un cuello
grande abrochado con botones.
Generalmente esta clase de a-
brigos se forran con gnero es-
tampado.
DESCRIPCIN DE LOS
MODELOS
A.Traje de sobrefalda en
gnero beige. Los botones y el
cinturn son de gamuza color,
verde botella. La sombrilla es
del mismo color aue el cinturn.
B.Traje sastre en scur color
azul plido, con lunares negros.
El escote de corte cuadaado es-
t adornado con un cuello de
organd blanco, asi como tam-
bin los puos. La chalina- es
de muselina negra.
C.Sombrillas en seda color
verde con un puo de madera
natural esculpido. Tambin en
tafetn rojo con el puo forrra-
do con piel de cerdo.
D.Cartera de raso ne^ro a-
dornado con un volante plisado.
E.Guantes de cabritilla azul
marino, con un volante plisado
en seda roja para que haga jue-
go con el traje que se usa.
f,Collar de perlas que sle-
con un aro. en el cual se
coloca un pauelo de muselina
en color vivo o una rosa.
G.Tnica de gnero de jer-
sey de seda negro, usada sobre
una falda plisada de muselina
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le gusta ie cae bien .,
La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
en gran plido. En la cadera ee
Ueva como adorno una gran ro-
sa. Un cuello muy pequeo com-
pleta el traje. Botones de ncar
diminutos abrocha nel cuerpo.
H.Abrigo de pao blanco,
para usarlo en el verano sobra
un traje de color azul marino.
LO QUE HEMOS VISTO EN
PARIS ESTA SEMANA
En casa de DESSES. mangui-
tos hechos de pequeos voian-
tes de muselina en varios colo-
res. Grupos de frutas colocados
en la cintura, sobre azul v blan-
co, en trajes de gneros forman-
do "pata de gallo".
DOMINGO, MAYO 27, 1951
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Dominica
PAGINA CINCO


cJLa ^Jraaedia de it
%
(Suena Voluntad
Si ha de salvarse nuestra poca concluye el Autor, ello
se lograr mediante la accin de grupos que adopten por
meta el triunfo del bien.
Por JULES ROMAINS, Eminente
Escritor Franrs
Cada poca ha tenido su tra-
gedia. El hombre del siglo XVI
quiz se habr preguntado lle-
no de angustia: "Debo creer,
por lo que toca a Dios y a la
religin, cosas que, all en lo
ms hondo de mi conciencia,
considero errores? Tiene dere-
cho mi Reycuya autoridad po-
ltica no discutoa penetrar en
mi conciencia para dictarme le-
yes?"
.an real era esta tragedia
que su solucin cost millares
de vidas y el destierro de de-
cenas de millares de hombres.
Dos siglos ms tarde ya no
era slo la conciencia la afecta-
da, sino la persona entera. La
trgica pregunta se planeeaba
asi: "No tiene el hombre cier-
tos derechos que ningn poder
poltico puede dejar de respe-
tar? No es el Estado, antes que
Propiedad hereditaria del go-
ernante, una asociacin de
hombres Ubres con inalienables
derechos?"
til doctrina, la respuesta la
dieron la Declaracin de Dere-
chos Norteamericana, y despus,
en 1789. la Declaracin de los
Derechos del Hombre, de Fran-
cia Lo claro de dicha respuesta
no bast para detener la trage-
dia: hubo que derramar toda-
va mucha sangre para alcan-
zar una provisional solucin.
Nuestra propia pocalbre-
gamente privilegiadano se ha
contentado, a partir de princi-
pios del siglo, con el desgarra-
miento causado por un nico y
trgico conflicto. Pero, por el
momento, slo quiero aludir al
que quiz se destaca sobre todos
Jos dems, que yo he llamado la
tragedia de la buena voluntad.
Jams haba sido obligada la
humanidad a preguntarse con
tanta intensidad, ni tanta ur-
gencia, si la buena voluntad
desempea alguna funcin e-
fectiva en la historia, o si slo
es una especie de consuelo que
el hombre honrado encuentra
ante sucesos sobre los cuales se
siente impotente.
Por qu es esta tragedla pri-
!( "lmente de nuestro tiem-
So? Porque tal vez nunca se ha-
1a puesto en Juego suma tan
rrec"a de buena volunta dcotno
en el medio siglo que acaba de
vir. no obstante lo cual
Jos resultados son de tal natura-
leza que bien podran atribuirse
a una deliberada intencin per-
versa.
Cuando hablo de la buena vo-
luiuaa puesta en Juego pienso
particularmente en los dirigen-
tes de naciones y en quienes tie-
nen parte importante en la o-
rientacln de las mismas. He
conocido a muchos de ellos, de
Jos ms diversos tipos. Ms de
lina vez he podido observarlos de
cerca v leer sus ms ntimos
pensamientos. Con tal base es-
io' en aptitud de afirmar, sin
temor de equivocarme, que las
intenciones de la gran mayora
de ellos fueron buenas y que, en
contraste con tantos anteceso-
res suyos de otros siglos, no con-
sideraron como meta principal
suya satisfacer sus ambiciones
ni conquistar gloria. Y los no
egostas lograron con frecuencia
sobreponerse a las limitaciones
del egosmo nacional.
Dejando aparte ciertas repug-
nantes excepciones, apenas si
puede encontrarse en el pasa-
do medio siglo algn dirigente
de pueblos a quien hubiera re-
Kociajado honradamente con-
quistar alguna ventaja para su
patria o costa de ldolor v la des*
ventura del resto de la humani-
dad. Se trata de una postura
mental que en otras edades slo
ocasionalmente se encuentra en
algn gobernante o estadista
distinguido por su herosmo o su
santidad.
Con todo, nuestra poca es
quiz la que ha deparado ms
terribles catstrofes al gnero
humano, que sigue amenazado
an de desastres mayores.
Habr, pues, que llegar a la
eonclusln de que la buena vo-
luntad ha demostrado de mane-
ra decisiva su impotencia para
cambiar el curso de la histo-
ria?
Antes de resignarnos a ello me
parece necesario tener en consi-
deracin dos lactoits.
En primer lugar, es cierto que.
como resultado de la evolucin
de las ideas y de lo que. sin pe-
car de ingenuos, podramos lla-
mar el avance tic la consciencla
moral, la buena voluntadex-
presin con la one quiere lefe-
rlrme al deseo claro y delibera-
do de asegurar el triunfo del
bien-^ha conquistado mayor im-
p jrtancla en las ideas de nues-
tros dirigentes y de la gente que
piensa, excepcin hecha, lo re-
pito, de ciertos monstruosos e-
jemplos que tienen sus equiva-
lentes en po-aa pasadas.
Pero mientras asi avanzaba la
buena voluntad, otro movimien-
to mucho ms extendido y mu-
cho ms rpido se desarrollaba
tambin: el Je la fuerzas cie-
gas que se resuelven en trage-
dias. Llamo asi a todos esos fac-
tores que, an en casos en que
ponen a contribucin la sensibi-
lidad v el espritu creador del
hombre, tienden prlmordlalmen-
te a satisfacer sus propias am-
biciones. De ah que constante-
mente alcancen metas que ni la
razn ni el corazn humanos se
trazaron jams, ni merecieron
su aprobacin. De sta modo, es
muy frecuente que factores eco-
nmicos obren como fuerznr,
ciegas, por ms que las activi-
dades econmicas y sus ramifi-
caciones demanden un amplio
ejercicio intelectual. Otro tanto
Duede decirse de los sentimien-
tos patriticos, cuando no estn
eobernados por elementos Jui-
ciosos, sino que son instrumen-
to de agitadores para llevar a
las masas al fanatismo.
Hal algo todava ms grave:
en nuestros das la buena volun-
tad se ha visto minada por su
eterno enemigo, destruida nor
i temible microbio: el fatalismo
histrico.
El fatalismo histrico (o si el
lector lo prefiere, el pseudode-
terminismo histrico) consiste
en creer que el curso de los a-
contecimientos obedece a causas
Inflexibles sobre las cuales ni la
sabidura ni la voluntad huma-
nas tienen influencia. De ah
que las grandes transformacio-
nes en la vida de los pueblos,
las catstrofes, las revoluciones,
las guerras hayan de venir In-
evitablemente.
Los orgenes de este fatalismo
datan de pocas muy antiguis.
Pero el principal responsable de
l es Karl Marx. Lo que dl
fuerza al marxismo fue que en
sus albores se disfraz con la
apariencia y el prestigio de una
teora cientfica. Y al conver-
tirse, adems, en la doctrina de
un partido militante, lo circun-
d una adhesin casi religiosa
y. por lo que toca a los masas,
se vio protegido contra las ten-
tativas de refutacin o ompro-
bacl-Vn que normalmente reali-
za la crtica.
Ha llegado al punto de con-
taminar hasta a sus ms violen-
tos adversarios. Tanto 3n el
campo de la poltica como en el
de la Industria se encuentra uno
constantemente con personas
que afirman como algo absolu-
tamente cierto que "entre estos
intereses y aquellos existen con-
flictos econmicos tan hondos
que se hace imposible toda
transaccin e inevitable una
guerra". Quienes as hablan se
Indignaran al rojo blanco si se
les dijera que son doblemente
marxistas: por creer en el inevl-1
table desarrollo de los aconte-!
cimientos v por estar convenci-
dos de que tal desarrollo est
dirigido exclusivamente por el
factor econmico.
En resumen, tanto el hombre
comn r corriente, como los ms
elevados funcionarios pblicos,
estn imbuidos hoy, consciente
o inconscientemente, de fatalis-
mo histrico. La absurda con-
viccin de que. dada la existen-
cia de ciertas circunstancias,
tendran que producirse ciertas
catstrofes, anula todos los e-
fectos que la buena voluntad po-
dra determinar en ellas. Hablan
de buena voluntad, pero, bsi-
camente, no creen en ella ya.
En consecuencia, hay motivo
para sorprenderse de que no
realice milagros la buena volun-
tad, de que no mueva monta-
as?
Hay remedios aplicables a es-
ta situacin? Dos. en particular,
en mi concepto, dos remedios
que corresponden a los dos ma-
les o peligros principales que a-
cabamos de denunciar.
El primero es lo que yo llamo
movilizacin permanente de la
buena voluntad.
En materia de seguridad na-
cional la experiencia nos ha en-
seado que hasta un pas rico y
populoso, bien dotado de recur-
sos industriales, es susceptible
de ser conquistado en unas
cuantas horas si espera, para e-
rlgir sus defensas, hasta el mo-
mento en que ocurra la invasin.
Por ms que en ese momento
sean millones los que corran c
empuar las armas, su ardor pa-
tritico en tal instante de apu-
ro es ya Intil. Nada hay capaz
de reemplazar una organizacin
preliminar y una constante vi-
gilancia.
De igual modo, si la buena
voluntad se mantiene dispersa y
como cosa individual, dicha bue-
na voluntad es impotente. Si
ha de salvarse nuestra poca, tal
cosa habr de lograrse slo me-
diante la accin de grupos orga-
nizados y enrgicos que adop-
ten como meta asegurar al
mundo el triunfo del bien, tal
como lo han definido los cere-
bros ms elevados v ms desin-
teresados, por encima de toda
teora en particular.
En segundo lugar, es urgente
emprender una total destntoxi-
cacin de la opinin pblica en
lo relativo al fatalismo histrico.
Cuanto pueda hacerse para de-
mostrar a la humanidad de hoy
que su suerte est en sus pro-
pias manos, y que el rumbo que
tome su porvenir ser el que
quieran imprimirle sus propios
deseos .constituir una contri-
bucin de tremendo valor. Evi-
dentemente, la humanidad no
quiere la catstrofe, ni su final
destruccin: no se resignar a
ello y. por consiguiente, no se
dejar ararstrar al desastre a
menos que contine falsamente
convencida de que la cosa no
tiene reemdio.
Do ph m *-- fa t.ra""Ha de li
biioTio vol"nt<"i rm p" b"va per-
'"''i toda I P'"er,,n74>. Pto po*-
*" "omos en el nri"ciplo do'
'Mfno neto v no nos queda
tip'nno ">ie -er^^.r
P"roducldo de 'Revista Ro-
tnrtn").
ESPACIO TIEMPO
CONCLUSION:
'Aqu acabo y pronuncio mi
sentencia. Y conceno al Crls-
J tlanismo, formulo contra la I-
glesia cristiana las ms terri-
bles de las acusaciones que ha-
ya jamas formulado' acusador
alguno. Ella es -la mayor co-
rrupcin que pueda imaginarse.
La Iglesia cristiana no econo-
mizo en parte alguna su co-
rrupcin: ha hecho de todo va-
lor un no-valor; de cada ver-
dad, una mentira; de cada in-
tegridad, una bajeza de alma.
Que se atrevan todava a ha-
blarme de sus beneficios "hu-
manitarios"! Suprimir una mi-
seria era contrario a su pro-
fundsimo utilitarismo; cha vi-
vi de miseria; ella cre mi-
serlas para eternizarse...
Quiero inscribir en todos los
muros esta acusacin eterna
contra el Cristianismo, doquie-
ra que existan muros; tengo
cartas que hacen ver incluso a
los ciegos... Yo llamo al Cris-
tianismo la mayor calamidad
universal, la nica perversin
interior grande, el nico ins-
tinto grande de odio para el
que no existe medio bastante
venenoso, bastante subterrneo,
bastante vil; yo le llamo la -
nica e inmortal deshonra de la
Humanidad.
Y el tiempo se mide a partir
del nefasto da que fue el co-
mienzo de este destino, a par-
tir del primer da del Cristia-
nismo! Por qu no medirlo a
partir de su ultimo dia? A par-
tir de hoy. Transmutacin de
todos los valores!"
EPILOGO
Siempre encontraremos a
Nletzscne situado en el otro ex-
tremo de nuestars ideas. Sin
embargo, todos debemos reco-
nocer la genialidad del cantor
de Zaraiustra. Adn.lraremos
Siempre la obra de un filsofo
colocado 'rente a toda la hu-
manidad. Hombre sincero y va-
liente que muestra al ser hu-
mano una nueva moral, una
transmutacin de valores ti-
cos, ejemplo nico en el esce-
nario filosfico.
(1) Nietzsche, "El Antl-Cris-
to", Ed. Osiris. Santiago de
Chile, p. 64.
(2) Op. clt. p. 67.
(3) Romero. Filosofa de a-
yer y de hoy. Argos. Buenos
Aires, p. 88.
.gicsamoy.Fhranlscmfw h m m
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sonre con arrullo ante el trofeo que le fue otorgado por el Club
de Jvenes de Amrica, quienes lo premiaron eon l ltalo do
"Joven del ao" por sus servalos prestados a "su club", eccnela
y a la comunidad".
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Actualidad Universitaria invenidos:
: Owif** Armnd Diai W**f > Lcancl Farfusen
La Facultad de Medicina
La Universidad Nacioaal, horizonte amplio, abierto camino
de la Cultura, de la Ciencia, tiene un brazo ms. Un brazo que
ha de estender sus dedos benficos y de mltiples ramicaoiones
por toda la Repblica. Sus Tenas, nutridas con sangre de escuer-
zo, con savia de estudio, sern transfusin necesaria para la vital
existencia de la comunidad. La Escuela de Medicina, a sus pri-
meros pasos, peninos en el magno desenmaraamiento de la En-
fermedad, de la Epidemia, los ha sostenido otro ciclope: la Pre-
Medlca.
Para Panam, que ya ha sabido dar pasos decisivos en su
Historia, el hecho es significativo. Es ya. ahora, el buscar del
equilibrio que nuestra actual Cultura busca en la existencia coti-
diana. (}ui/a es prematuro hablar de Medicina en nuestro me-
dio, producida integramente en nuestro medio; pasarn aos,
dcadas, y an centurias en que nuestra Escuela de Medicina que
maana se inicia, puede merecer un nombre en el conglomerado
de Escuelas de Medicina del mundo, pero ya es un hecho y un
hecho de realidad presente, positiva, operante. Nada mejor en
nuestra condicin de pueblo, de nacin, de estado, quo una Escue-
la de Medicina para Identificarnos en si mismos. Es algo asi
como un Ingrediente ms en la composicin de la nacionalidad y
la constitucin de lo social Un ingrediente ms raro, ms pre-
ciado. Un rgano como la Escuela de Medicina en los elementos
constitutivos de la cultura del medio, es un auscultarse a s mis-
mos de los pueblos. Hemos mirado hacia dentro y en ese examen
anatmico ri> tos medios de progreso, hemos agregado a su ancho
espacio, una rMvntua jns.
La Escuela de Medicina es la llamada a traer al ambiente,
una conciencia de responsabilidad cientfica, escalinata para la
investigacin y para el descubrimiento de miras hasta ahora in-
sospechadas en la vitalidad de nuestro pueblo.
Todos los esfuerzos que ahora se hagan por mantener su
vida, su existencia, han de traer como corolario un futuro lleno
de consecuencias integradoras en el desarrollo cultural v social.
La Escuela de Medicina rebusca su historia en un lapso de sus
buenos largos aos de lucha por la consecucin de su actual rea-
lidad. El doctor Octavio Mndez Pereira ya durante el perodo
de su actuacin como Secretario de Educacin, an no se les de-
nominaba Ministerios de Estado, gest por que la Escuela de Me-
dicina fuera una Facultad ms en la Universidad.
Para el efecto de su realizacin se organiz el llamado Insti-
tuto Gorgas que no lleg ni siquiera a inaugurarse. Posterior-
mente estudiantes de Pre Medicina y personas que crean en el
futuro de un Colegio de Medicina en Panam, por medio de ma-
nifestaciones, charlas por la radio, crnicas, artculos periodsti-
cos, aportaron su esfuerzo para la consumacin de lo que hoy se
inicia.: La Facultad de Medicina.
La Escuela de Medicina one inicia sus labores con un nmero
modesto de estudiantes, ya tiene en su haber, el haber dado Im-
pulso al estudio consagrado de varios de ellos. Sabemos de estu-
diantes de Pre-Medicina que han prestado a la Patria su grano
de arena en el reciente conflicto poltico. Es ello un triunfo e-
fectuado en la salud de los heridos del hecho histrico a que nos
referimos, que se ha ganado aun antes de empezar su faena.
Tal augurio de buena fe y esperanza, le prestan un rostro de
ptrea fortaleza en el futuro.
A I) \V
NOTA.Este articulo nuestro apareci equivocadamente en el
Dominical con la firma de Rubn Mere.l. Lo reproducimos en esta
ocasin para aclarar este error.
La Sociedad "Los Galenos
s>.... a loa nuevos compane-
rOb i.uo noy vienen a convivir
con nosotros en la Facultad de
AieuiCiiiu y desea venemente-
mente qu todos vean corna-
nos con xito los esfuerzos que
rtali;an para negar a la mcia.
taludamos muy especiaimenic
a los companero, ael Vo. Ao
ue medicina en cuyas manos es-
tara el prestigio ae nuestra que-
rida lacultad y de quienes es-
peramos que den todo lo que
puedan parra dejar bien sema-
ao el vaior del medico egresado
ae la Escuela de Medicina de la
Universidad de Panam.
Ntese que hemos dicho Vo.
Ao Medicina y :io lo. Medici-
na. Esto se deoe a que nues-
tra lacaH id siempre pens en
continuar la enumeracin or-
denada de los aos de estudios,
sin Interrumpirla al terminar
la Pre-Medlcina. Sin embargo,
los mdicos que asesoraron ia
comisin elaboradora del plan
ae estudios se mostraron en de-
sacuerdo con la medida por ra-
zones que no podemos explicar-
nos. Pero a pesar de eso los
estudiantes tienen la Intencin
de continuar la enumeracin
ordenada, lo cual no puede ser
impedido, ya que dicha enume-
racin no perjudica a nadie y
ms bien es favorable a los es-
tudiantes de medicina por el e-
lccto psicolgico que produce.
Nos resta decir, despus de
la bienvenida que hemos tri-
butado a nuestros nuevos com-
paeros, que este peridico es-
ta dispuesto a recibir contri-
buciones de todos los miembros
de la r acuitad. El "TOMO" as-
pira a ser vocero fiel de los es-
tudiantes de Medicina y Farma-
cia para que, mediante la coo-
peracin reciproca, podamos
(aile a nuestra facultad todo
el prestigio que annelamus.
(Editorial d.> "TOMO", No.l
rgano de la Sociedad "Los ua-
lenos").
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
RECTORA
Apartado No. 3277
PANAMA. R. de P.
Panam, I de Mayo de I9S1
Seores estudiantes
Armando Daz Wong y Leonel Ferguson
Presente.
Estimado Diaz Wong y Ferguson:
Quiero felicitarlos por la pgina de Actualidad Univer-
sitaria que en plano digno del Alma Mater mantienen ustedes
en Dominical'.
En esta noble labor podrn contar siempre con mi
apoyo ms decidido como Rector y amigo.
Suyo afectsimo,
OCTAVIO MNDEZ PEREIRA,
Rector.
La Tragedia de los Egresados
de la Universidad
f^or J^aitliaao -Sendi no
'Aventura de las Ideas'
poi Moiss Chong M.
HEGEL Y LA HISTORIA:
En sus "Lecciones sobre la Fi-
losilia de la Historia Univer-
sal", Hegel nos presenta en p-
rrafos sucesivos y llenos de un
dramatismo filosfico, el cuadro
ingente del devenir histrico,
el esquema absolutista de una
concepcin del mundo para la
cual la realidad sensible est
subsumlda bajo el Imperio de
' la razn universal. Segn nues-
tro filsofo, la historia es el es-
cenario gigantesco en donde
"vemos sobrenadar el humano
hacer y oadecer, algo nuestro."
Como el oscuro Efesto, Hegel a-
firnia la perennidad del suce-'
der y del cambio, la eternidad
del movimiento en cuyo fondo
laten profundos motivos huma-
nos.
La visin hegellana de la his-
toria parte del principio de que
la Idea, la ms elevada nocin
del sistema hegelano, se des-
pliega a travs del tiempo y de
la Naturaleza en las formas ms
diversas, en forma de Institu-
ciones, religin, Derecho, Arte,
etc. Es decir, la idea o lo abso-
luto es por decirlo asi, el para-
digma supremo de la existencia,
el ms alto valor en la escala de
los posibles y de los reales. Por
un acto de enajenacin de su
propia esencia, el Espritu ab-
soluto, la Idea, ge despliega a
travs de los tiempos, viviendo
de este modo su propia Historia.
que es la Historia Universal, en
la que el hobre es slo actor su-
bordinado a las fuerzas superio-
res del Espritu.
El propsito fundamental de
Hegel en sus "Lecciones" es el
de encontrar la racionalidad de
la Historia, averiguar cul es la
"lgica" del curso de Ja histo-
ria, pero, en definitiva, consi-
derar filosficamente la histo-
ria, segn sus propias palabras.
De acuerdo con esto, la Filoso-
fa de la Historia de Hegel es
ms bien una consideracin
pensante de la historia, una re-
ilexln sobre el devenir de los
tiempos, do este modo, la histo-
ria ser para Hegel el elemen-
to, la materia gris del pensar
filosfico. Y si la Historia no os
otra cosa que el autodesplieguc
del Espritu de la Naturaleza,
tendremos que convenir en que
la Filosofa de la Historia en
Hegel es una reflexin del Es-
pritu sobre si mismo, una con-
sideracin racional de; absolu-
to sobre su propia obra.
La visin hegeliana de la
historia es una visin racional.
No pasa esto de ser un supues-
to, pero un supuesto necesario.
La necesidad de este supuesto
se hace m,s patente desde el
momento misnio en que reco-
nocemos que la Historia Uni-
versal se mueve por los cauces
racionales. No hay, entonces,
historia si no hay una razn
absoluta, divina que se objeti-
ve en forma de Historia, solo ex-
plicable por su naturaleza mis-
ma. Vinculada aesta idea de la
Historia, tenemos que para He-
gel la libertad es slo una rea-
lidad en aquellos pueblos que
tienen nocin concreta del Es-
pritu, una nocin de su propio
y cabal r'.estlno. Se explica, di-
ce, que el espritu de libertad
solamcn ,i> haya nacido entre los
griegos de la Anteguedad, ya en
que stos tuvieron conciencia
plena de lo que es la Libertad.
Hegel, movindose dentro de
los cauces dialcticos de Her-
cllto, ha concebido la historia
como un sucederse las cosas,
como un pasar los objetos gra-
das al impulso del Espritu ab-
soluto. Para l la Historia es
racional y slo es explicable ra-
cionalmente porque ella es un
producto de la razn universal.
Pero su Historia culmina en la
divntzacln del Estado, del Es-
tado prusiano. Y es de esta ma-
nera como su visin absolutis-
ta de la Historia parece dete-
nerse y contradecirse, porque
Eugenio Imaz
Acabamos de recibir la no-
I ticla de la desaparicin del pen-
; sador hispano UGENiO ImAZ.
Para los inquietos e lnvestl-
| uadores de la cultura, el nom-
; bre de este Ilustre profesor no
j es desconocido. Antes bien, de
i todos es conocido su amplia y
iprotunda obra de intelectual.
Del nmero 84 de la "REVIS-
TA NACIONAL D CULTURA"
1 del Ministerio de Educacin de
! Venezuela extraemos la slgulen-
' le nota:
"En Mxico acaba de morir,
en circunstancias dolorosamen-
te trgicas, el Ilustre pensador
' espaol Eugenio Imaz, quien re-
sidi largo tiempo en Venezuela,
donde realiz una fecunda labor
Intelectual a travs de sus c-
tedras en la Universidad y en el
Instituto Pedaggico Nacional.
Eugenio Imaz, uno de os va-
lores representativos de la cul-
tura hispnica, se doctor en
Derecho y Filosafla en la Uni-
versidad de Madrid, y ampli
sos estudios filosficos en las
Universidades de Frlburgo, Mu-
nich y Berln. Fu co-fundador
de "Espao Peregrina" y de
"Cuadernos Americanos'. En-
tre sus obras ms conocidas re-
cordamos TOPIA Y UTOPIA Y
ASEDIIO A DILTHEY. Realiz
una estupenda tarea de traduc-
cin y divulgacin de las obras
de grandes filsofos contempo-
rneos, tales como Dilhey, Ran-
ke, Weber y Burkiiardt."
Al igual que otros muchos ex-
pnentes de cultura, "ACTUA-
LIDAD UNIVERSITARIA" se
une hoy al dolor que embarga
a las letras universales. Paz en
su tumba!
ce acuerdo con su propia esen-
cia, la historia tiene que recha-
zar todos los absolutos y toda
Idea de reposo. Sin embargo, ve-
mos en Hegel al filsofo con-
vencido de la racionalidad del
mundo en el cual el espritu ob-
jetivo alcanza su plenitud y su,
realizacin total.
Todos sabemos ya que la Uni-
versidad empez sus tareas con
ms de mil alumnos, y ahora
nos preguntamos: para qu?
Cuntos de los alumnos eiiresa-
dos durante los dos aos ante-
riores estn trabajando? Muy
pocos; muchos permanecen ce-
santes y sin esperenzas. sobre
todo, los profesores. Es necesa-
rio ver y sentir la tragedla de
un profesor graduado que se a-
cerca dignamente al Ministerio
a solicitar ctedra v se le des-
pide con el argumento de siem-
pre: NO HAY PRESUPUES-
TO. En tanto que los que ad-
quirieron su posicin bajo la
ilegalidad "salamlnesca". siguen
muy campantes v protegidos por
la legalidad implantada despus
de la "batalla popular" del 10
de Mayo.
Todos los caminos estn ce-
rrados para el profesor gradua-
do: citaremos esas puertas ca-
rradas para ser ms objetivos.
Las empresas particulares dicen
necesitar tcnicos y no profeso-
res. La Universidad de prefe-
rencia a los Master o profesores
graduados en otra Universidad
que no sea la de Panam, pa-
rece que no tiene mucha con-
fianza e na preparacin de sus
propios egresados: las Escuelas i
Secundarlas estn asistidas en I
gran parte por profesores sin
grado que la lev de la estabili-
dad protege, estos seores se las
arreglan muy bien para man-
tenerse unidos en la lucha con-
tra quienes puedan desplazarlos
ya sea por cuestiones polticas o
de eficiencia: tienen su modus
vlvendl. los que no redondean
iugosos sueldos con ctedras en
Secundarla v en la Universidad
al mismo tiempo, lo redondear
en el Instituto Moderno. Ya pue-
de darse cuenta la ciudadana
consciente, la que expuso su,
"pellejo" el 10 de mayo, .que son
los que menos han disfrutado
la victoria", ya quede enterarse
por estos datos de la situacin
trgica de los profesores gra-
duados sin ctedra. No sabemos
hasta cundo se prolongar es-
ta situacin: cundo los profe-
sores universitarios dejan sus
ctedras en las escuelas secun-
darias: cundo van a dejar de
redondear sus sueldos los prof-<5
sores del Instituto Moderno, que,
dicho sea de paso, es Colegio
Privado dentro de Aulas Oficia-
les. SI las cosas continan den-
tro de esta anormalidad no ve-
mos el objeto de de seguir gra-
duando profesores. No vemos
taninoco el objeto de las luchas
populares en pro de la legalidad
y la justicia.
S. Andino.
Espacio Tiempo
EL ANTI-CRISTO.
...el evangelio ha muerto
en la cruz-----
Todos debemos estar de a-
cuerdo con Francisco Romero
cuando nos dice que Nietzsche
fue un ansioso y apasionado
perseguidor de la verdad.
Por ello Nietzsche enumera
una serle de equivocaciones
que, segn l, encierra el Cris-
tianismo. Entre ellas menciona
la equivocacin de Dios, y dice
que el hombre no supo tam-
poco divertirse como los ani-
males; r?in sobre ellos, no
quiso ser 'animal'. Entonces
Dios cre a la mujer y, en -.-
fecto, ces el aburrimiento y
otras muchas cosas tambin!
La otra equivocacin es la
mujer: toda mujer, por esen-,
ca, es una serpiente. Esto lo
saben los sacerdotes y por te-
ner conocimiento de este error,.
se han valido de l para hacer i
de la mujer una beata, una'
fantica a ultranza. Todas co-1
mulgan con Cristo y se sienten
inspirador, por el principio de'
la Inmaculada Concepcin.
"El sacerdote slo conoce un
gran peligro: la ciencia, la re-
lacin entre causa y efecto.
Pero la ciencia no prospera, en
general, sino bajo las buenas
condiciones, es preciso disponer
del tiempo, es precioso tener
inteligencia suficiente para co-
nocer! Por consiguiente, es
preciso hacer desgraciado al
hombre. Esta fue, en todo mo-
menTo; la lgica del sacerdote.
Con arreglo a esta lgica hizo
su entrada en el mundo la idea
del pecado. El pecado, esta for-
ma de degradacin de la hu-
manidad por excelencia, fue
enfrentado para hacer Imposi-
ble la ciencia, la cultura, toda
elevacin, toda nobleza, de la
humanidad: el sacerdote reina
por la Invencin del peca-
DOMINGO, MAYO 27, 1951
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Dominical
Por leonel Ferquson
do'., di
El. hombre, por lo general se
Inclina a creer qtie los juicios
ms falsos son para nosotros
los ms indispensables. El
hembre comn cree que el re-
nunciamiento a los juicios la.-
sos es un renunciamiento a .a
vida.
Dios en la cruz! No se com-
prende el terrible pensamlemo
interno que existe detrs de
este smbolo? Todo el. que su-
fre, todo lo que est colgado
en la cruz, es divino.. .Todos
nosotros estamos colgados c!a
a cruz... por consiguiente, sc-
n.os divinos... El Cristianismo
fue una victoria, una opinion
distinguida y pereci a cauia
de l; el cristinenlo fue has-
ta el presente, la mayor des-
gracia de la .umanldad. (2>
Todo el pensamiento nietzs-
chenao esta dirigido hacia 1a
vida, la historia y la moral, bu
pensamiento jegn Romero
es trascendente en sentido
horizontal, empujando la em-
pirla hacia lo infinito. La obra
ael padre de Zaiatuslra es una
especie de "suma" de su tiem-
po y una de las ms ricas can-
teras ideales que nos sea da la
aprovechar. (3)
En su uribundo ataque al
Crlslianlso, Nietzsche acusa a
las cruzadas de ser un mero
acto de rapia: el oriente era
rico... seamos Imparclales;
Las cruzadas... aiu piratera
nada ms!
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PAGINA ONCB


Luna Verde, una
novela de controversia
Po M 0. SISNETT
Para muchos panameos, La-
ma Vorde, novela de Joaqun
Beleo, premiada en el Concur-
no Literario Ricardo Mir del
ano 50 y laureada en los Juegos
Florales del 15 de septiembre de
1950 en la ciudad de Guatema-
la, ser una novela de contro-
versia. Esta es la novela que
crear bandos en' las letras na-
cionales. Las opiniones se dlvl-
, dirn, los pro y los contra- en
torno a ella se sucedern a lo
largo de la Historia de la Lite-
ratura Panamea.
Beleo proteico y contradic-
torio, ha querido trillar su.sen-
da slo. Be ha apartado de la
literatura "Chola" de. nuestro
medio, para ir a horadar el
campo virgen de la novela so-
cial en nuestro ambiente.
Decimos Beleo contradicto-
rio, guiados por la Idea que ha
suscitado la novela en nosotros.
Apartndose del camino trilla-
do por los novelistas nacionales,
ha dejado vislumbrar en cierto
modo en su novela Lana Verde
la influencia "chola", de la que
no se ha querido despojar cuan-
do por un momento mezcla los
personajes del campo con los
de la ciudad, y la contradiccin
se hace palpable cuando empe-
ado en presentar el problema
social del hombre panameo en
la Zona del Canal, presenta a su
lado el problema agoblador del
hombre del campo de nuestra
tierra, quedando en suspenso en
nosotros la fortaleza de los dos
aspectos de la novela; pero aun
asi. en ltima instancia, pre-
pondera sobre nuestro nimo
que la insicin hecha al amblen-
te de la Zona del Canal, es la
ms fuerte y subordina el cam-
po a la Zona.
Beleo, innovador, con Luna
Verde, ha integrado el panora-
ma de la literatura nacional,
ha trado a nuestro paisaje li-
terario, un elemento hasta en-
tonces ignorado: La Zona del
Canal.
Beleo, nacionalista, ha queri-
do Imprimir la nacionalidad pa-
namea a travs de su novela,
irgulndose contra la Intoleran-
cia racial en la Zona del Canal;
Beleo pinta al hombre paname-
o, como hombre y no como
una "cosa", ms en ese amblen-
te. No acepta la disolucin de
la nacionalidad en la Zona del
Canal.
Luna Verde es una critica al
panameo en la Zona del Canal,
a los norteamericanos como In-
dividuos, a los norteamericanos
como representantes de su go-
bierno, y en general a todos los
panameos que, en los aos de
la conflagracin mundial, aje-
nos al idealismo, slo pensaron
y hablaron en dlares.
Lana Verde es una novela de
composicin compleja y poli-
drica. Tres aspectos sobresalien-
tes propugnan en la novela por
salir a flote para predominar
sobre los otros, quedando el lec-
tor como nico juez Dar escoger
el aspecto que le guste; pero
no debemos olvidar que el au-
tor ha querido sealar como el
centro de su novela, la discrimi-
nacin racial en la Zona del
Canal.
En general sealamos estos as-
pectos, como al al problema so-
cial de la discriminacin racial;
b) muestra una poca bien de-
marcada de la vida panamea,
es decir, los aos de la heca-
tombe mundial y, subsiguientes,
y c) Tin sentimiento agnico de
la nacionalidad. Beleo siente
la disolucin de la nacionalidad
a orillas del canal.
o O o
"Al sealar la novela de Joa-
qun Beleo como una novela
de composicin compleja, lo he-
mos hecho bajo el concepto de
lo que es una novela. No nos de-
tendremos a sealarla aqu, pe-
ro si cabe afirmar que Beleo
por la amplitud del asunto no
estableci entre los temas que
Integran su novela, la debida Je-
rarqulzacln. apareciendo des-
orbitado y surgen en el Mbro en
ves de una definida y ordenada
temtica definidora, un montn
de "cosas" que a a manera de
planos superpuestos llegan a
confundir, produciendo la Im-
presin del deseo de no dejar
campo libre a los otros novelis-
tas.
Buscando mostrarnos un pro-
blema social que asfixia a loa
panameos en la Zona del Ca-
nal, Beleo rest universalidad
a sus personajes, limitndolos
en el espacio y el tiempo de una
poca vivida en nuestra tierra.
Y es feliz el autor cuando con-
sigue mostrarnos con todas sus
desnudeces la discriminacin ra-
cial en la Zona del Canal en a-
quellos aos. Beleo no se que-
da ah, no slo presenta esa dis-
criminacin en los panameos,
sino extendida a todos los indo-
americanos en general.
Luna Verde es un alarido de
reproche a la poltica antide-
mocrtica practicada por el go-
bierno de los Estados Unidos en
la Zona del Canal, como tambin
lo es a una poca, a un momento
histrico nue tiene todos los ras-
gos peculiares para dibujar el
perfil de ese momento.
Tal cual son descritos los ras-
gos distintivos de ese momento
en Lana Verde, podemos hacer
un cuadro real de la vertiginosa,
perdida y materialista vida de
la sociedad panamea en loe a-
os de la guerra. Aos en que el
dlar absorbi todo, la concien-
cia, la nacionalidad y el honor
de muchos hogares panameos.
Aos en que se consumieron y
se pens en sobretiempos.
Lana Verde es una protesta a
la patria erigida en un campa-
mento militar y una protesta al
saln que todo lo poluta con su
dlar verde y su democracia res-
tringida a unos cuantos.
La Inconsciencia de los pana-
meos en aquellos aos de codi-
cia y de avaricia lo refleja Be-
leo en una frase Inconclusa:
"Los estpidos quieren ser Tin-
gos: los intelectuales prefieren
hablar ingls".
No slo se queda ah. vislum-
bra los problemas sociales crea-
dos por la guerra, el de los hijos
sin padres, las esposas abando-
nadas y las mujeres envilecidas
por el dinero v el alcohol.
Siendo Beleo un nacionalis-
ta, no poda dejar escapar su
grito de protesta contra el In-
vasor pacifico que con su dlar
nos diluye, nos envilece y nos
compra.
o O o
En la novela de Beleo se nota
la mezcla del naturalismo v de
lo psicolgico; en la primera
presenta el ambiente tal cual es.
y otras veces se nota cierta sub-
jetividad, es decir, el autor se
Identifica completamente con el
personaje. Momentos hav en que
Luna Verde no es mas que la
expresin de ideas que el autor
tiene de su patria y de los nor-
teamericanos en general, v en
nuestro concepto, el autor ha
expuesto a travs de sus perso-
najes sus ideas intimas relacio-
nadas con el ambiente. Tenemos
la certeza de que dlflrer.tes in-
cidentes en la novela son pasa-
jes del diarlo de la vida del ua-
tor, que por ser pasajes de la
vida misma, llevan encerradas
en si tantas tristes verdades.
Llama la atencin en Lona
Verde el trato que BeleD da a
sus personajes; si son paname-
os es benigno con e!los v los
dota de una filosofa propia, ,
mientras que es despiadado con
los gringos y los desprecia.
Lona Verde esi escrita en
lenguaje violento, fuerte en los
vocablos y desaliado en el es-
tilo. Escrita descuidadamente,
el autor refleja su deseo de ex-
poner el tema, y la vertiginosi-
dad con que lo hace lo lleva por
completo a olvidar el estilo; v
ahi est la razn- del oor qu
Duna Verde no puede gastar, el
lenguaje a veces es tan desali-
ado que su lectura se hace di-
fcil.
Dos cosas no gustan n Lana
Verde: una es la mezcolanza del
campo y de la Zona del Canal,
y la otra es que el autor, en el
ltimo capitulo, llev a la novela
personajes reales con nombre
Sropio. lo que da mal sabor y
asta cierto punto demerita la
obra.
No dudamos que en cuanto a
estilo y forma. Lana Verde po-
dr ser superada, pero en cuan-
to a su fondo ella presenta p-
ginas trgicas del cotidiano vi-
vir panameo en la Zona del
Canal, y es en esto donde estriba
su verdadero valor, que por rer
pura realidad no podr ser su-
perada fcilmente.
Lana Verde no es una novela
para afeminados del pensa-
miento, para los conservadores
amantes de los caminos trUra-
Sntesis de Proyecto
Escuela de Bellas
El estudio de las bellas Artes
en Panam, desde hace muchos
aos se viene impartiendo, de
una manera deficiente,' sin un
resultado prctico que justifique
su existencia.
El tipo de "Academia", dnde
se Imparte una enseanza orien-
tada hada el llamado "Arte pa-
ro", de raz romntica, debe de-
saparecer y dar cabida; a las ne-
cesidades y modalidades' del mo-
mento actual, ordenando sus en-
seanzas, con el principio de do-
tar a tus egresados de conoci-
mientos terlco-prctlcos. que lo
capaciten para ejercer profesio-
nes y ser tiles en el medio so-
cial en que se desarrollan' sus ac-
tividades, en ves de prepararlos
para artistas o pintores simple-
mente, sin conocimientos tcni-
cos.
Hoy. cuando la nacin trata de
enderesar sus pasos, hacia el pro-
greso reconociendo sus errores.
La enseanza de las Bellas Ar-
tes, como fortaleza de la cultura
natural de todo pueblo, debe a-
ceptar la nueva orientacin,
aceptada ya por la mayora de
las Escuelas de Bellas Artes, de
Europa y Amrica del Sur. en los
ltimos veinte aos.
CONSIDERANDO:
1La falta de un programa es-
pecial de enseanza en toda la
Repblica. Que confronte las
necesidades Inmediatas de un
arte en nuestro medio. Obser-
vando que el panameo por su
posicin puramente internacio-
nal, necesita de una preparacin
intelectual elevada, tal vez. con
mayor urgencia que las dems
naciones de.1 continente, que e-
qulllbran el exceso de poblacin
a sus necesidades intelectuales.
Que el pueblo panameo, es
diariamente visitado por extra-
os que van modelando su cul-
tura.. Deben replbir una buena
impresin de nuestra cultura in-
telectual, y no slo el deslumbre
d.J nuestras bellezas panormi-
cas.
Se justifica 'de esta manera, la
existencia de una escuela de Be-
lles Artes, como un camino efec-
tivo, y seguro, hacia laobsten-
cln de ste Ideal, casi utpico,
de ser una nacin culta y mo-
derna. ,
2.La existencia en nuestro
medio de lugares Inadecuados,
para este tipo de enseanza y
disciplina.
Cuando la enseanza de las
Bellas Artes en estos pases tro-
picales, exigen una comunicacin
directa con la naturaleza. El co-
lorido y lo telrico, son el am-
biente. Las puertas de la Escue-
la deben estar abiertas a su In-
fluencia y no ser claustros cerra-
dos, de academismo extranjero,
propio de pases donde la espi-
ritualidad es puramente subje-
tiva.
3.La falta de un profesorado
complementario.
La experiencia en otros me-
dios, donde existen verdaderas
autoridades polifacticas y de un
desarrollo intelectual en muchas
ramas de la enseanza: su ina-
daptabllidad dentro de la ense-
anza artstica a un nmero plu-
ral de asignaturas prcticas y
tericas, exigen la existencia de
un nmero mayor de profesores
en las escuelas de Bellas Artes.
4.Por ltimo, la ausencia de
materiales de enseanza en
nuestro medio.
Una renovacin total del sis-
tema de enseanza es tal vez,
imposible de la noche a la ma-
ana, pero opino que desde ya,
se elabore un programa prepa-
ratorio, fcil, de cumplir, que
garantice la difusin y el inte-
rs por las Bellas Artes, en toda
la Repblica.
Por lo tanto. Importa prime-
oos. y menos ata para aquellos
que se ruborizan al conocer la
realidad de la patria.
Los crticos d la forma, los
estetas dirn que Beleo con su
novela se extendi demasiado
sobre le tema perdiendo fuer/a
en la exhaustiva extensin, pero
aun asi y aceptando lo Inmatu-
ro de la obra ea el estilo y la
forma, diremos eme Lana Verde
no es forma, ea fondo. Y, por
tanto, es novela social... Qu
ya es bastante.
Luna Verde: D*u verde.
Por -Ciro S. Oc/ui
ramente fijar las caractersticas
de los profesionales, que se for-
maran en la escuela, para llegar -
a dichos fines: Los que de acuer- actividades que abarcar, no b) CURSi
do al plan que a continuacin se puede llevar el nombr que des- DE DD3UJ(
B nme
ii< i .......... una escuel
debe ser to-
cia como e
seanza:
gora cuan
verdaderas
nales artsl
Artes, Ciencias y Letras se complace en reproducir ea
esta dicten ano. Sntesis de proyecto par na Escaela de
Bellas Artos, preparado por el profesor Ciro 8. Oduber, se-
gn ante-proyecto original elaborad* por Alfredo Galo*, Di-
rector de la Escaria Superior de Bellas Artos de la ciudad
de Buenos Aires, Repblica Argentina. Tiene el presento
trabajo la importancia de ue el plan de estadios mencio-
nado se fundamento en la realidad cuitara! del pas, con
miras a desarrollar en nuestro medto ana escaria de bellas
artes capas de resolver, no seto tos problemas de la teentea
en el campo de la plstica, sino los que ataen al profesio-
nal del arto desde el ponto de vista humano.J. M. S. R.
expone, pueden ser de dos tipos
diicrentes:
1.Artistas, pintores, esculto-
res y grabadores que por sus con-
diciones artsticas especiales,
puedan realizar obras de arte de
carcter esencialmente personal.
n.Profesores de dibujo y pin-
tura para las Escuelas primarlas,
secundarlas y especiales.
La escuela proyectada, por las
de su comienzo han mantenido,
los diferentes gobiernos, a sa-
"Escuela Nacional de Pintura",
por ello sugiere para tal fin, el
de "Escuela Nacional de Bellas
Artes.
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dos secciones relacionadas entre
si. a saber:
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mente necesarias, para qu el es-
tudiante pueda aplicar la ense-
anza de stas asignaturas a las
practicas tcnicas y comprender
que los conocimiento* tericos
que se le. imparten, son partes
activas en el aprendizaje o ejer-
cicio de sus profesiones artsti-
cas.
Al recomendar la enseanza de
las Bellas Artes a profesionales
especiales; pintores, escultores y
dibujantes diseadores, se abor-
da un punto lgido en nuestro
medio. Estas fuerzas vivas de la
cultura de tos pueblos son some-
tidos a una especie de encarcela-
miento dentro de las aulas de
clase. Las necesidades vitales
dentro de la economa de la Re-
pblica empuja hacia los claus-
tros escolares a estos profesio-
nales
Un programa de enseanza
que emancipe y de al arista pls-
tico una libertad que le permita
suplir sus necesidades econmi-
cas, a la vez que lo mantenga en
ejercicio y produccin de obras
para la comunidad es necesario.
Ante la demanda latente de un
personal capacitado para la en-
seanza de las artes plsticas en
las diferentes instituciones edu-
cativas de la Repblica exigen la
organizacin y el estudio de un
sistema prctico de enseanza
de las Bellas Artes, y es de rigor
que se encare este problema.
Nuestra corta historia como
pueblo universal lleva el ejemplo
de "verdaderos valores plsticos
perdidos en el anonimato, den-
tro del Universalismo pictrico,
por la Idiosincrasia de nuestro
pueblo y la deficiencia de nues-
tros viejos programas educacio-
nales.
Considerando, en estos trmi-
nos, el profesorado a cargo de la
Escuela de Bellas Artes, merece
una especial consideracin de las
autoridades administrativas del
ramo, igual como se estila en pa-
ses de mejores y mayores exi-
gencias artsticas, donde la a-
bundancia de un personal capa-
citado, podra orientar a un des-
conocimiento de esta regla. Mas,
siendo tan escasos los valores
plsticos reales, en las diferentes
reglones del orbe, es una labor
digna de todo gobierno, conser-
var y estimular, estas fuerzas vi-
vas de la cultura de todo pue-
blo.
Estos hombres que dicen hoy
lo que somos y queremos, como
no puede decirlo otra categora
de expresin, dirn maana y
pasado, lo que fuimos y quisimos,
como no habr otra forma de
decirlo mejor, deben ser conser-
vados, repito, y diferenciados'de
los dems educadores. "El arte es
inconmensurable v la vida bre-
ve".
Pero en realidad nada se ha
perdido, a pesar de ste triste
saldo, nos.queda una experiencia
constructiva, que dentro de nues-
tra Juventud como pueblo libre
es una base de Inestimable pro-
yecciones.
Es necesario que la Juvenud
que proyecta se libere de esas
trabas. La prueba de los planes
anteriores quede como ensayo y
se escuche a los artistas y pro-
fesores. Pueg son precisamente
los artistas y profesores los que
ms saben sobre estas cosas. Lo
aben por experiencia propia.
El presente plan hace'Justicia
a estas diferencias y considerar
el mximo de horas que puede
Imponerse a un profesor de Be-
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Marga nunca haba sospecha-
do que Nlcaslo, su marido, pu-
diera serle infiel. Por eso. sin
dejar de reconocer sus muchas
cualidades de hombre laborioso,
le despreciaba un poco. Y como
le despreciaba un pocoporque
sta es la principal razn de. ser
de las infidelidades femeninas
decidi- rceder a loe requeri-
mientos amorosos de Balbino.
Tanta insistencia y tanta de-
vocin recibieron, al fin, el pre-
mio codiciado. Desde hacia dos
meses era su amante. Pero aho-
ra, Marga acaba de descubrir
la verdad acerca de Nicaslo.
Todo sucedi por un vestido de
noche que Abraham Ibrahim tu-
vo la ocurrencia de exhibir un
da en la vidriera. Un vestido
de noche blanco; gasas, lente-
juelas y muselinas. Debajo del
vestido, al lado de un perfume
V de unos guantes, unos nme-
ros de metal que decan:
B 199.95.

Con su mejor sonrisa cuida-
dosamente preparada, y escol-
tada por su marido, que nunca
abandonaba el aire de aburri-
miento, Marga se acerc al gru-
po en que advirti a Balbino.
Momentos despus bailaba con
su amante \ entonces decidi
atacar el problema sin vacila-
ciones.
81 quieres que vaya a tu
fiesta, tienes que comprarme
el vestido de noche que tiene
Ibrahim en la vidriera.
Balbino se inmut un poco,
pues Marga resultaba muv cos-
tosa. Sin embargo, supo disimu-
lar. Mir al suelo y atribuy a
la aspereza del pavimento el ha-
ber Derdido el comps.
Si; claro. No faltaba ms...
Lo que t quieras... Cunto
cuesta?
Discientos.
A nunto de caer, Balbino hubo
de decir algo ms a propsito
de los empleados del Club que
no se preocupaban de poner
brax en la terreza. Y abando-
nado todo Intento de simular
indiferencia, repiti tontamen-
te:
Doscientos?...
S. Ciento noventa y nueve
con noventa v cinco. Lo de
siempre. Pero es un sueo: una
maravilla. Y es mi nmero exac-
to. Dieciocho.
Si. s.. .Ya veo... Pero... la
verdad... yo, ahora... con esto
del Fiduciario... no ando muy
bien... T crees que es indis-
pensable comprar ese vestido?..
No podras.,. ?
Lo dejo apartado. Y lo voy a
comprar. 81 no lo compro yo,
estoy segura de que se lo lleva...
otra (aqu. Marga aguant a
tiempo un nombre que estuvo a
eunto de soltar; pero su mirada
usc a la rival, que rea en una
mesa prxima) y me dara mu-
cha rabia. Vieras cmo me Que-
da! Y yo s que t quieres que
sea mo.
Ese verde que tienes, te
queda estupendamente. Y el ro-
jo tambin. Y el azul, v el ama-
rillo. Tienes muenos vestidos...
Balbino repasaba mentalmen-
te el vestuario de Marga bus-
cando en cada color un argu-
mento: pero ella le Interrumpi:
Muchos...? T crees que
yo voy a ponerme un vestido
a su labor con eficiencia y con-
sagracin.
() Proyecto en base a estudio*
presentado* por Alfredo Gui-
do, Director de la Escaria
Superior de Bellas Artes de
la ciudad de Bueno* Aires,
Argentina a la Direccin Ge-
neral de Cultura. Adaptacin
a nuestro medio y necesida-
des actuales por Ciro S. O-
duber, profesor .Superior de
Pintara.
por Renato Ozores
de noche dos veces...? Y para
esa fiesta tuya, menos. No, no."..
Ya comprendo...
Si no quieres, dllo claramen-
te.
Marga suaviz la pMskVn que
mantena sobre e! hombro de
su amante.
No es eso.. .no es eso... Ya
te dije que yo, ahora.. .Esto del
Banco...
Ella pens con rapidez.
Si no puedes drmelo todo,
al menos una parte. Y creo que
podra arreglarme...
Balbino se asi en seguida a
la oportunidad que le brinda-
ban y sinti un gran alivio.
La mitad ..cien balboas...
creo que podra...
Marga acentu ,1a sonrisa y
la presin del brazo. Se pleg a
Balbino procurando que l sin-
tiera el perfume del escote v el
contacto de sus piernas. -
O ciento cincuenta... As
seria mucho ms fcil.
Su voz no sali con la'firmeza
deseada. Acababa de acordarse
de que en la maana haba des-
cubierto dos pequeos barros que
se insinuaban al lado de la na-
riz, y se sinti insegura. Estaba
dispuesta a transigir con la can-
tidad que Balbino fijara, pero
los rizos operaron el milagro. La
verdad, fueron los rizos de Mar-
S:a, rozando mejilla de Balbino,
os que decidieron al amante.
Bueno... Cundo nos va-
mos?
Maana, si t quieres.
A las once, o por la tarde?
Por la tarde. Es mejor. A las
cuatro.
En el horizonte de Marga, un
horizonte sin barros, flotaba in-
grvido y brillante un vestido
blanco sobre el que se destacaba
la cifra "199.95". Mimosa, se ple-
g a Balbino poniendo en su mi-
rada las promesas ms ardien-
tes.
Cada da te quiero ms!...

Con los ciento cincuenta bal-
boas que le haba dado su a-
mante. Marga se apresur a ir
a la tienda de Ibrahim. El sa-
gaz hebreo comprendi en segui-
da el plan.
Muy bien, seora. Con mu-
cho gusto. Usted me deja aqu
este dinero, y luego, cuando
vuelva con su esposo, le mues-
tro el vestido y le digo que cues-
ta slo cuarenta y nueve con
noventa y cinco. Le va a sor-.
prender el precio, porque...
No se preocupe, Abraham.
Los hombres no entienden nada
de estas cosas. Vendremos ma-
ana por la maana.
Adis, seora. He tenido un
gran placer. Servidor de usted.
Qu tal su hermana...?
*
En Marga se mezclaba la in-
dignacin con la sorpresa.. No
era posible que Nicaslo hallara
caro aquel vestido en cuarenta
y nueve balboas. Sin embargo,
su actitud v sus palabras no
ofrecan duda alguna.
Es una locura .Marga. Cin-
cuenta dlares por este vestido.
Un disparate...! NI lo pien-
ses! Tienes el clesat Heno de ro-
pa...
Pero, Nicaslo! Cmo r,a-
des decir so,,.? Este vst lo
es una ganga. Cuarenta y nue-
ve dolares un vestido que vale
...mucho ms. Estoy' segura.
Fjate en la dase! El corte, el
modelo Algo exclusivo, nico.
Y es mi nmero. Mi nmero
exacto. No tendra que nacerle
nada: ni tocarlo. Nadie en Pa-
nam podra lucir un vestido co-
mo ste. No puedes negarte. Es
mi nmero...
Ya lo s, hijrta, ya lo s.
Me lo has dicho varias veces;
pero me niego. No es posible;
tienes que comprender... Hay
muchos gastos.,. Los nios...
- la vida est muy cara...
Nicaslo, por Dios!... No me
prives de este capricho...
Eso es. Un capricho. Nada
mas que un capricho. Y es hora
de que reflexiones .
Te prometo que...
Todas las tentativas de Mar-
ga fracasaron, y fue preciso re-
tirarse de la tienda de Ibrahim
sin el vestido. Nicaslo dej a su
esposa en el beauty parlor y, al
parecer, se dirigi a la oficina.

Poco despus del medio da,
Marga se present en la tienda
a pedir la devolucin de sus
ciento cincuenta dlares. La
choc un poco encontrar la fina
sonrisa de Ibrahim en lugar del
gesto compungido que esperaba.
Pero su estupor se defini cuan-
do el judio empez a hablar.
Estaba seguro, seora. Es-
taba seguro de que. al fin, us-
ted Iba a salirse con la suya.
Los hombres, somos asi. Mucha
discusin, mucha protesta, pero
siempre terminamos cediendo.
No puedo comprender...
Que dice usted...? Yo vengo a
buscar mi Dlata...
Su planta!
El asombro de Ibrahim no era
fingido, y hasta se perfilaba al-
go de alarma.
Si: mi plata. Puesto que mi
marido no quiso...
Pero, seora...SI su esposo
volvi despus, en seguida y...
Impaciente. Marga empez a
golpear el suelo con el pie.
Y qu...?
Pues... pag los cincuenta
dlares. ..es decir: cuarenta y
nueve con noventa y cinco, y
orden que se enviara el ves-
tido...
A dnde...?
A su casa, supongo.. .Es-
pere un momento... Aqui est
el recibo de la entrega. Hace
poco que regres el mensaje-
ro.
Marga arrebat el papel de las
manos del comerciante, y busc
la firma y la direccin vida-
mente. Un mundo insospechado
se le revel de pronto, mientras
la sangre le acudia al rostro en
galope tumultuoso.
Sin entender nada de lo que
pasaba, Ibrahim crey percibir
que Marga, con la paz enrojeci-
da, murmuraba una palabra ex- '
traa.
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