The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:01123

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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MAT 28, 1951
FIVE CENTS'
Rampaging Allies Pursue
Reds Into Reserve Area
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(NBA telcphoto)
RED PARADE This photo, obtained from a Soviet (ouice, shows a parade of Chinese "vol-
unteers" through the streets of Peking, capital of Communist China. An American Jeep, ob-
tained by the Soviet Union from the U.8. during World War IX, leads the line of U.S.-made
vehicles
De Pours Infantry Chorus
To Give Concert Here Friday
The most Important concert too remote for the singing ln-
attractlon to spring from World
War II, de Paur's Infantry
Chorus, will be heard here on
Friday and Saturday nights, at
the Bella Vista Theater, under
the ausplees of the Daniel So-
ciety.
The tunef al veterans, who sang
Jor American troops from Iwo
Jlma to Bad Nauhelm, remain-
ed together as a unit under Capt.
Leonard de Paur's direction and
are now making their fourth
civilian concert tour of more
than 180 concerts under the aus-
pices of F. C. Copplcus and, f. C
fcchang of Columbia Artists
Management.
Admission is $1. and the con-
cert will be presented between
Blowings of the film "Prelude_
The de Paur Chorus, organiz-
ed within the 372nd Infantry Re-
giment at Fort Dlx, N. J., in 1942,
gave more than 2,000 concerts
for American armed forces while
to the service, visiting every
theater of war during the course
of their three year travels No
island was too small, no outpost
Stray Shot Hits
Curundu Woman;
Hunters Blamed
Art American resident of Cu-
rundu, Mrs. Helen SJolund Boo-
strom was accidentally shot in
the buttock yesterday morning
while standing in the back yard
of her quarters. House 2318.
Mrs. Boostrom had gone into
the yard to bring her small son
Into the house when she heard
a gunshot In the Jungle nearby.
At the same time she felt a
harp pain and realised she had
been struck.
Doctor J. J. Casey who exam-
ined her at Gorgas Hospital,
where she was admitted, stated
that the wound had been made
by a .22 calibre bullet and that
the bullet had penetrated into
the buttock about four Inches.
Military authorities stated that
hunters frequent the Jungle in
the rear of Curundu, and It Is
believed that some hunter ac-
cidentally shot Mrs. Boostrom.
Investigation Is being continued
in an effort to identify the per-
son responsible for this shoot-
ing.
fantry men. Sometimes they gave
six performances a dayin hos-
pital wards, on the decks of bat-
tleships, at hidden bomber bases,
at drab supply stations other
groups had passed by.
To the men of the armed for-
ces this chorus of singing sol-
diers was a memorable attraction
and it was their enthusiasm that
inspired the singer's decision to
stay together as a concert unit
after the war.
Mr. de Paur, who enlisted in
the Army as a private and rose
to the rank of captain, has been
heard in New York as choral
conductor of the Virgil Thomson -
Gertrude Stein opera "Pourt
Saints in 3 Acts" and the Roark
Bradfor Jacques Wolfe play
"John Henry." Later he organiz-
ed and led the chorus which was
one of the features of Moaa
Hart's AAF stag eplay "Winged
Victory" In 1844. A native of
Summit. N. J., he first attracted
attention as an associate con-
ductor of the Hall Johnson choir.
The average member of the
chorus is 32 and a bachelor. He
went into the Army from Boston,
but was born in New York City
and was a crack rifleman In the
Infantry. Twenty members are
college graduates. Four are tak-
ing advanced courses at Colum-
bia, two at the Jullllard School
of Music and one at City College.
Among the singers Clarence
Jacobs, assistant to Mr. de Paur,
won five battle stars for service
at Guadalcanal and the Solo-
mons, Herbert Hayes was cited
for determining a new firing sys-
tem for cannon that the Army
adopted.
Tibet Accepts Status
As Chinese Province
Peiping Radios Says
TOKYO. May 28 (UP) An-
cient, isolated Tibet has signed
awav Its freedom and accepted
provincial status under the au-
thority of the Chinese Commu-
nist government, the Peiping ra-
dio announced last night.
China will take charge of Ti-
bet's foreign affairs, and Chin-
ese Red troops will occupy the
country thus Duttlng them-
selves on the borders of India.
Burma. Pakistan and Afghanis-
tan as well as of the Soviet Un-
ion.
CZ Cops Fight
New Threat To
40-Hour Week
The Canal Zone Police Asso-
ciation is marshaling forces .to
fight what appears to be a
threat to Its recently acquired
40-hour week and overtime
privileges, James L. Hatcher,
president of the group, told The
Panama American this morning.
The police have become aware
of Senate Resolution No. 1440,
introduced on May 7. 1951, and
a bill, similar in language, to
be Introduced in the House
which is titled:
"A bill to exclude certain
teachers, policemen and firemen
In the Service of the Panama
Canal from the Federal Em-
ployes Pay Act of 1945."
The pay act referred to pro-
vided certain working hours,
and wage compensation prac-
tices for federal service. It was
not at first applied to the Ca-
nal Zone rjollce. who employed
the firm of King & King to file
claim. The claim was upheld by
decision of July 10. 1950, which
brought the police under the
40-hour week, and assured spe-
cial holiday pay and overtime.
Exact language and Intent of
the new m .asures were not
available today, but Hatcher
said If the oblect was to take
awav the benefits the Police As-
sociation "will ask Its friends In
W8sb*p this bill.
"Correspondence has been re-
ceived." he added, from our
friends In the Senate. Congress
and Labor, both local and
Slates, as well as our lawyers.
King & King, and they have
promised their assistance on the
pending matter."
Australian Troop Work
Freighter Scabs Loaded
MELBOURNE. May 38 (UP)-
Troops began unloading the
freighter Port Halifax here af-
ter dockers had refused' to
handle the vessel because it was
loaded in New Zealand by vol-
untary labor.
The Australian dockers allied
themselves to the New Zealand
dock strike, now entering; Its
fourth month.
La Nacin s Incitement To
Murder Flayed In Editorial
The published call for the Pa-
namanian community at large to
murder Dr. Arnulfo Arias and
Dr. Harmodlo Arias was vigorous-
ly protested this morning In a
front page editorial of La Estre-
lla de Panam. Spanish language
lister publication of The Star
and Herald,
La Estrella deplored the "men-
tality" that prompted the editor-
ial of La Nacin, first run On Sa-
turday and then reprinted yes-
terday, openly inciting the people
of Panama to kill the two former
presidents of this Republic.
In reference to La Nacion's ac-
tion, Harmodlo called attention
to the fact that the paper respon-
sible for the Invitation to the
people to commit such murders.
Is published by Col. Jose A. Re-
mon. Panama's chief of poll V.
and. he added that anybody who
cared to heed the advice would
"run no risk because I do not
carry any weapon."
Pay Raise Decision
By Full Committee
Slated Next Week
The pay increase for classified
employee Is beginning to take a
definite trend following the Un-
ions' rebuttal to the testimony
given before the Post Office and
Civil Service Committee by Rob-
ert Ramspeck, Chairman of the
Civil Service Commission.
The Government Employes'
Council A.F. of L., and Its mem-
ber Unions originally asked for a
17% Increase. Wagner, along
with other Labor representatives
In the rebuttal hearings, asked
that this be Increased to 21%.
Samuel Edges. Chief Counsel
of the Wage Stabilization Board
testified that Congress could vote
any amount of pay increase de-
sired/ The Wage Stabilization
Board was subject to Congress-
ional action as it was created by
Congress. Their 10% wage policy
was only "one of its formulas."
He also stated that the Wage Sta-
bilization Board had approved
Increases in excess of the 10% fig-
ure where the individual cases
warranted it.
The Ramspeck proposal of 6.9%
was presented by the Civil Serv-
ice Commission when the Pay
sub-committee of the 8enate
Post Office and Civil Service
Committee proposed a fl.7% in-
crease.
Senator Pastore, Chairman of
the Pay sub-committee has now
endorsed an 8.8% average In-
crease.
Definite action by the full
committee la expected in about
one week. -
The full committee Is also ex-
pected to take favorable action
on Increasing the time ano: one-
half overtime rate to the first
$5080 of basic salary and that the
CPC servtee be transferred from
the Classification Act to Wage
Boards for wage fixing purposes.
Dr. Harmodlo Arias, who is i or brother, claims as the price of
publisher of The Panama Amer-
ican, gave his brief statement to
the editors today. It read:
"The editorial inciting all
members of the community to
murder me and my brother. Ar-
nulfo, was published by La Na-
cin, of which Colonel Jose A.
Remon, Chief of Police, is the
publisher. Dr. Arnulfo Arias Is
held in a Jail which is controlled
by said Chief of Police Remon,
and anybody who wishes to lis-
ten to such incitement to murder
me will run no risk because I do
not carry any weapon."
Harmodio's statement followed
the front-page protest of La Es-
trella to the "deplorable" conduct
of La Nacin.
The protest said. "Nobody has
the right to turn the pages of a
newspaper which at all times
should be In the service of the
good of the community and the
national Interests Into a me-
dium for inciting murder with in-
conceivable insanity___ to urge
the people In general to commit
unheard-of outrages and crimin-
al violence.
"This, and nothing else, can
come out of the (La Nacin arti-
cle) when the author, after writ-
ing an Inflamed diatribe against
Former Presidents of the Repub-
lic Drs. Harmodlo and Arnulfo
Arias, stated:
'"The suffering of each inva-
lid, the sorrow of each widow, son
POW's Held by Chinese Reds
Say Japs Were Much Tougher
By WILLIAM BURSON Kors last Nov. 30 when his mil- the hell I went through behind "I dont know why I should be
___ itary police post was overrun. Japanese barbed wire," Harrison so surprised that I'm finally free
CENTRAL FRONT, Korea, May "I think I know a little better said. and going home," he said. "Not
fts . Nineteen men who than most men how sweet free 'The Chinese never laid a hand a one of us ever gave up hope
never despaired during s 1 x air tastes," Harrison said at a on us. They fed and clothed us that we would get out. Our spi-
months as prisoners of the Chi- forward airstrip after his eva- as best they could. The only thing rlts got mighty low. but our mo-
usse wept for Joy when Lt. Gen. cuation from Chunchon. they did to bother us was a lit- rale and hope for something bet-
James A. Van Fleet told them "I don't say I'm yelling uncle, tie mental torture, holding out ter never gave out. But even at
that they were going home. but two times as a POW are too the lure of being released." that I saw quite a few tears in
The Americans were released many. I dont think I could take sgt. Morris Lee Estess, Jr. of quite a few eyes this morning."
In Chunchon Thursday night as a third." Amarillo, Tex., said the only phy- The men gladly surrendered
the U. S. Marines closed against Dunls, called "Pappy" by his ical suffering he saw any prl- the bundles of propaganda leaf-
the central Korean transport buddies, was the oldest Marine goners go through was from froz- lets they were told to bring back
center. .Eighteen of them were or soBier at any of the camps en feet and dysentery. and distribute among American
Marines, the other an Army man. where the 19 were interned. He "Those who had feet small troops.
The happiest of the lot were admits to being*2 years old. enough were given Chinese Those simple people actually
S/8gt. Charles L. Harrison of "I've been in the marines ever shoes," he said. The others who believe that we Americans are
Tulsa. Okla., and S/Sgt. Gus H. since I can remember." he said, lost or wore out their shoes had oppressed by what they call ca-
Dunls of Ban Diego, Calif. "I'm getting too old for this sort to go barefoot or tie their feet pltaliste and warmongers," said
Harrison has spent four years of thing." up \n rag,. And the chow, al- Pfc. Paul J. Phillips of Florence,
of his life as a prisoner of war. All the men agreed that the though by Chinese standards Ala.
>e was interned by the Japanese Chinese gave them the best there was nothing wrong with it,
lor three and a half years dur- treatment they could. made some of the fellows sick." "They would lecture us for
tag the World War. "There is no comparison be- Corp. Calvin W. Williams of hours on and about how they
He was captured by the Chi- tween the treatment I received at Baton Rouge La., had observed wanted peace and were at war
SkMs near Hagaru in northwest the hands ol the Chinese and his 22nd birthday as a prisoner, with capitalism, not Americans."
Taximan Charges
Soldiers Got $11
In Daylight Holdup
Two unidentified soldiers
forced a taxi-driver. Albert
Nathaniel Baynes to turn over
$11 to them after he had driven
them to their destination at
4:00 p. m. yesterday, about a
mile north of Borlnquen-Bruja
Road Intersection, a police re-
port said today.
The taxi driver was approach-
ed bv the two men on Central
Avenue, near Kelley's. They di-
rected him to drive them to
their position on Borlnquen
Highway. Upon nearlng their de-
stination, one soldier pulled
what appeared to be a pistol
with a shiny barrel on Baynes
and forced him out of the car
The other soldier removed the
$10 in currency from the driver's
billfold, and $1 In change from
his pocket.
After this, the soldiers forced
Baynes to precede them afoot
northward about 300 yards on
Borlnquen. At this point thev
allowed him to return to his ca:
while thev ran northward.
Baynes returned to Panama
Intending to advise his boss of
the robbery, but a fellow taxi
driver Influenced him to report
4t to the rjollce. He filed his re-
port at the Ancon Police Sta-
tion.
Army CID and policemen ar-
ranged for Baynes to view all
soldiers doing duty on each side
Of the Canal at Pedro- Miguel
locks with the exception of those
on weekend pass, but no identi-
fication was made. The inves-
tigation will be continued today.
Baynes feels he can identify
the two soldiers, both Ameri-
cans. In their middle twenties
and wearing overseas caps.
Price-Cutting May
Lead To Disaster
Businessmen Say
CHICAGO, May 28 (UP)
Business leaders warned today
that a price-cutting orgy under
the Supreme Court's "fair trade"
decision can lead to "disaster."
They took a sober view of
scattered reports of price slash-
ing in whiskey, razor blades, drug
Items and other fair-traded
goods.
In Albuquerque, N. M.. drug
stores embarked on a full-scale
price war, knocking a box of
Kleeenx down from 19 to nine
cents and Bayer aspirin from
59 to 35 cents.
The High Court ruled last
Monday that fair trade agree-
ments were not enforceable on
retailers who have not signed
up under them.
that blood___the immediate ex-
tinction, not only from public
life, but also from actual life, of
this vicious pair of men who have
created so much evil in the Re-
public.
" 'And thus, with the calm with
which the surgeon amputates a
gangrened limb of a patient
whose life is in danger, so does
the community demand that the
men who have dedicated them-
selves to exploit the country and
drown it in the most terrible of
catastrophes be eliminated.'
"The evident scorn lor the ....
rules of journalistic decency in
the editorial lead us to the belief
that lt Is not the work of a pro-
fessional vrlter, but of someone
who completely ignores the very
mission of a newspaper.
"If this be not so, lt Is most dis-
couraging and regretful because,
whoever expressed himself with
the mentality reflected in those
paragraphs should not have ac-
cess to a medium such as a news-
paper, which so many Journal-
ists, like ourselves, attempt to
keep on a plane of dignity and
respect In our dallv work."
The editorial In La Nacin cov-
ered four columns of large, bold
face type. It appeared on page
one of Saturday's paper and was
reproduced on page 5 of their ed-
ition yesterday.
Early Returns In
Italy Show Reds .
In Slight Lead
ROME, May 23 (UP)Trick-
ling early returns from 18 to
2,735 Italian communities vot-
ing In the country's municipal
elections today showed a close
fight between Premier Alcide
de Gasperl's Christian Demo-
crats and the Communist Party.
While the returns are still
too Incomplete to signify a
trend the Communists held a
slight lead over the Christian
Democrats by 27,730 votes to
20,295.
But with other parties count-
ed in, the total antl-Communlst
vote in all areas was well above
the Communist total.
All Indications were that close
to 90 per cent of the 10,000,000
electorate voted today.
This high vote satisfied the
Christian Democrats, who had
predicted a big turnout would
Insure a Communist defeat.
The municipal elections are
run In three sections.
In the first stage Saturday
Communist power appears to
have been substantially weaken-
ed in key. cities.
The final stage Is July 10.
Rainmaker Softens
Hailstones, Cuts
Down Destruction
DENVER. May 28 (UP).-One
of the nation's leading rain-
makers said today he had learn-
ed how to make softer hailstones.
Dr. Irving P. Krick of the Water
Resources Development Corp., of
Denver said he had learned that
the same silver Iodine crystals
which his ralnmaklng generators
send Into the air to "milk" cloud
formations of their water now
serve to minimize the destruc-
tlveness of hall.
Krlck said the hall-retarding
features of cloud-seeding were
demonstrated during a recent
thunderstorm In the Denver
area. As heavy black clouds ty-
pical of those which produce sud-
den fierce and destructive hall-
storms formed over the area,
Krlck's generators began sending
the silver iodine crystals Into the
atmosphere.
The generators were set up to
operate under a rain contract
with a group of farmers, ranch-
ers and the city of Denver. Hall
began railing along with the
rain but the hailstones were
mushy and soft and they fell
only for a brief time before the
precipitation changed entirely to
rain.
Krlck has a total of 300.000.000
acres of land under contract for
his "rain increasing" work (he
bates the term ralnmaklng).
TOKYO, Moy 28 (UP) Tht 8th Army pursued the
disorganized Communist army deeper into North Korea
today.
Lt. Gen. James A. Van Fleet said the rampaging Alli-
ed offensive will continue "until we finish them off."
A relentless Allied drive hitting, over-running and'
bypassing Communist pockets rolled up the east coast and,
along roads leading to the heart of the Reds' buildup'
area. \
An American armored column is pushing north from
Inje.
South Korean troops occupied Yangyang and pushed
on up the coast.
On the west central sector ers yesterday, bringing the
of the 100-mlle wide battlefront
Allied infantrymen ran into
the first organized resistance by
large Communist forces since
the Allies pushed back Into North
Korea.
Three Communist battalions
dug In astride the mountains
directly south of Kumhwa held
up the Allies.
Yanks who captured Kwach-
week's bag to about 5,000.
An 8th Army headquarter,
officer said the frontline Chi-,
nese and North Korean forces'
had lost the will to fight, and'
were throwing away their wea-1
pons and surrendering in whole-1
sale lots.
Van Fleet warned at the samo,
time that the end of the pre-
sent Chinese retreat does not.
NORTH AGAIN United States armored columns are push-
ing north from Inje (1) while South Koreans have advanced
past coastal Yangyang. Other task forces threaten to drive
the retreating Reds from what was once their strategic Iron
Triangle buildup area between Chorwon. Kumwha and Hwa-
chon (aireadv in Allied hands i. The round up of isolated
Red units around Soksa (2) Is about over.
on Sunday and sealed the major
Communist escape route drove
along another highway to
Kumnwa.
Other armored task forces are
striking towards Chorwon, ap-
parently against virtually no op-
position.
The 8th Army announced the
capture of a record 3,108 prison-
British Truck rivers
Strike Over Patrolmen
LONDON, May 28 (UP) An
unauthorized truckers' strike,
which claims the support of 20,-
000 drivers, began at midnight
and threatened to paralyze Bri-
tain's nationalize trucking de-
liveries', and cause serious delays
In the deliveries of meat and per-
ishable food.
The strikers protest that five
special government patrols on
the highways to check speeding
and other violations are "spies"
and "snoopers" and demand
their removal.
necessarily mean that the end
of the Korean war is in sight.'
He said:
"The enemy still has plenty
of reserves and great latent'
capabilities.
"He can smash us again if ho
wants to, but there's no denying!
his troops have low morale right
now, and they are very weary.
and 111 fed." .
Sov.ets Celebrate
Baiet And Opera's
175th Anniversary
MOSCOW, May 28 (UP) For,
the second successive day the,
bulk of the space in Soviet,
newspapers today was devoted i
to the 175th anniversary of tht
country's famous Bolshol Thea-
ter.
The Bolshol Is the home of
classic Russian ballet and opera.
More than 600 dancers, sing-
ers and musicians received hlgH
awards at the anniversary ce-
lebrations.
Gams Give Tipoff On Gal's
Disposition Sez Photog
By ALINE MOSBY
HOLLYWOOD, May 28 (UP) streamlined quality of a ract
A movie studio portrait photo- horse and show she has an elec-
grapher announced today you trie personality," whatever that
men can tell what a woman Is is
like by looking at her legs. Long-legged girls like Esther
Still cameraman Clarence Bull Williams are invariably sports-
said he has figured out the minded." he went on. "And the
character and inner thought of plump legs on Kathryn Orayson
Lana Turner, Ava Gardner, show she Is utterly feminine.
Elizabeth Taylor and other MOM She's the womanly woman who
beauties by thoughtfully gander- appeals to the man's protectlve-
Ing their gams. ness.
"A girl's legs provide a good "Elizabeth Taylor's small-bon-
clue to her character," he said, cd ankles show she wUl be a
"I believe slender legs accom- glamorous woman."
pany a nervous disposition. IT The ankle analyzer further be-
the rest of a girl's body is well- lleves that a girl with "atoppjr
formed and her legs thin, she or badly styled shoes and hose is
is unreliable and usually has bad a slip-shod housekeeper."
Judgement. But then, he added, the gal
"Girls with sturdy legs let their who worries about Just the right
heads rule their hearts. And girls shade of stockings and the exact
with legs of whlstle-balt quality comfort of her shoes might be a
are the romantics of the world." henpecker to her husband.
June Allyson, he reflected, has "The girl who is proud of her
"youthful legs that are typical beautiful -legs, who likes sheer
of the average American girl stockings and smart shoes. Is tht
When he did Vera-Ellen's pub- glamour type like Lana Turner,
llclty pictures for "Belle of New he decided. "So Is Ava Gardner
York." he noted that her "slim even when she. wears low-heelsa
dancing legs have the same shoes."


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Reds. Catholics Clash
In Italian Elections
By Norman J. Montellier
ROME, May 28, (UP). The
Italian government and the
Catholic Chuifch have made
Italy's May and June national
municipal elections a show-
down fight between Com-
munism and the West.
On May 27 and June 10, some
18, 181. 495 voters, two-thirds
o the nation's eligible elec-
tors, go to 'the polls for the
first large-scale electoral test
in three years.
They will be voting In 4,006
communes for mayors, provin-
cial officers, councllmen and
other officials In what were
supposed to be non-polltlcal
contests.
Communists injected an ear-
ly note of politics by calling
for votes to "defeat the Atlan-
tic Pact and war." Premier Al-
clde De Oasperi opened the
campaign for his Christian De-
mocrats at Trenton with a warn-
ing that voters must choose
for "an Italy that Is free, re-
juvenated In social Justice,
united In the defense of her
civilization and her frontiers."
He spoke vehemently against
"the Insidious force*, who plot
for the disintegration and be-
trayal of the motherland."
Catholic archbishops and
bishops of the "red Emilia
zone In North Italy warned
Catholics In a formal message
that a vote for Communism
would mean automatic excom-
munication because "one can
not be religious In church and
r Catholic in civil life."
Before the 1946 general elec-
tion, which threw out the mo-
narchy and set up the re-
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ute control of one lVuse ol
Parliament and a near-majo-
rity In the senate, Pope Pius
XII personally exhorted Catho-
lics to vote against Commu-
nist candidates.
For the Communists, the ad-
ministrative elections mean a
bitter fight to hold mayorshlps
In the big cities of Bologna,
Venice, Florence, Genoa and
Turin.
Since the last general admi-
nistrative elections in 1946 and
194 7, subsequent municipal
votes have thrown out Com-
munist mayors In more than
300 communes, more than a
50 per cent loss in local admi-
nistrative power.
The government hopes to
take control of at least some
of the big northern cities still
bossed by Communists. Victory
in any one of the five will be
a marked upset, since Com-
munist strength is centered in
those Industrial zones.
Communists and leftwlng soc-
ialists will stand together In
the "peoples bloc." The Chris-,
tfa'n T>emocrats,' "Ml flghtwlnir* '
socialist groups, and the Re-
publicans are creating the "de-
mocratic alliance." with libe-
rals joining them in many
places.
The bishop's letter In Emilia
was Issued alter a conference
at Moderna. It stressed the
duty o all Catholics to vote
because administrative organs
which are Intervening In moral
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIM NEWSPAPER
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Colombians Embark For UN War Frorit
MISS PRANCES FARREIX
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COLLEGE CLCB GIVES SCHOLARSHIP
MISS FRANCES FARRELL, daughter of Mrs. Eleanor G. Mc-
Queary of Curundu Heights, was awarded the Canal Zone
' College Club Scholarship of S400 Saturday. She was born and
educated in the Canal Zone and will be one of the honor
graduates this year of the Canal Zone Junior College where
she has been prominent in extra-curricular activities as well
as an outstanding student. She plans to attend either Vassar
or Swarthmore College.
The award was made at the
College Club's annual Spring
Luncheon which marked the
close of the club's 26th year. The
luncheon, held Saturday in the
Ballroom of the Hotel Tlvoll. hon-
ored both Miss Farrll and Miss
Florence Lao. Through the ef-
forts of the College Club. Miss
La" has been given tuition aid of
$610.00 by Mills College in Cali-
fornia which she will enter as a
freshman next fall. Miss Lao. a
daughter of Mrs. Mary Lee Lao of
Panama, will graduate from Bal-
boa High School next month.
These two young women are the
31st and 32nd who have received
scholarship aid through the Col-
lege Club. The club also gives
$100.00 annually to the La Boca
Teachers' Scholarship Fund to be
used for further education of col-
ored teachers In the Canal Zone.
Dr. Roger C. Hackett, Dean of
the Canil Zone Junior College,
was the guest speaker at the lun-
cheon.
Officers for the coming club
year were Installed by the presi-
dent, Mrs. W. Kenneth Newland.
They are: Mrs. Newland. re-elect-
ed president; Mrs. George V.
Daniels. 1st vice-president; Mrs.
Neil Branstetter. 2nd vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Harold A. Sosted. re-
cording secretary; Miss Monica
Farley, corresponding secretary;
and Mrs. Carl J. Browne, re-elect-
ecj treasurer. The president an-
nounced the appointment of the
following committee chairmen:
Mrs. Henry A. 8tarrett, program;
Mrs. Edward A. Levy, entertain-
ment; Mrs. George O. Lee. schol-
arship; Mrs. Carl J. Browne, fin-
ance; Mrs. John C; L. Adams,
yearbook; Mrs. Richard C Ser-
geant, membership; Mrs. E. M.
McGinnis, historian; and Mrs. I.
F. Mcllhenny, publicity, present
at the luncheon included:
Mrs. Francis K. Newcomer,
Mrs. Murray M. Wise. Mrs. John
C. L. Adams. Mrs. James Adams,
Mrs. William H. Allen. Mrs. D.
T. Baker. Mrs. Robert Boyd. Mrs.
Nell V. Branstetter, Mrs. Carl J.
Brown, Mrs. Edward M. Browder.
Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth Carrineton,
Mrs. Alberts. Carter.Mrs. E.W.
Colclasure, Mrs. Teresa Comber.
Mrs. Arthur Cotton, Mrs. Isabel
Daniels. Mrs. George V. Daniels,
Mrs. B. A. Darden. Mrs. George
Eugene Miss Monica Farley,
Miss Farrell and her mother,
Mrs. McQueary, Mrs. J. B. Fields,
Mrs. Kay Fisher. Mrs. Louis Fiske,
Mrs. Lawrence Gets. Mrs. Clara
Gonzalez de Behringer. Miss Na-
talie Goodspeed. Mrs. J. Wendell
Greene. Miss Julia Guenzi. Dr.
and Mrs. Hackett, Miss Bernadlne
Hanna. Mrs. William Hating,
Also Mrs. Fanny aHtten. Mrs,
T. J. Heidenrelch. Mrs. Robert
Herr Miss Ofelia Hooper. Mrs. F.
H. Irwin. Mrs. V. S. Jacobs. Mrs.
EC. Jones. Miss Lorraine Juvet.
Mrs. Beatrice Katter. Mrs. 8. K.
Kay. Mrs. Olive King. Mrs. Nan-
cy Lackbee. Mrs. George O. Lee,
Mrs. Edward A. Levy, Miss Flo-
rence Lao. Mrs. Marlon Lucas,
Mrs. John F. Lewis. Mrs. Eliza-
beth W. McNevln, Mrs. George
Matthews. Miss Eunice Milavetz,
Miss Eloise Monroe. Miss Doro-
thy Moodv. Mrs. Robert L. H.
oMtlon. Mrs. D. A. Mumma,
Mrs. Alice R. Nail, Miss Mary
Newland. Mrs. W. Kenneth New-
land. Mrs. Thomas Orr, Mrs.
Merle L. Piper.
Also Mrs. Louise Roblrron,
Mrs. J. E. Schriftpiesrer. Mrs.
Richard C. Serjeant. Mrs. Alex-
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Mrs. Subert Turbyflll. Mrs. Jen-
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Mrs. Horace Weltmer, Mrs. Har-
ry Willis, Mrs. George K. With-
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Colonel and Mrs. Leo F. Kelly
of Fort Clayton left Saturday to
be present at the graduation of
their elder son from the United
States Military Academy at West
Point on June 5. They were ac-
companied by their daughter,
Miss Mary Ellen Kelly an| by
their younger son. Denny.
Miss Cecil Russell, daughter of
Major and Mrs. Walter Russell
of Fort Clapton has left to Join
her mother in the United States.
They will be at West Point for
the graduation of the Russell's
son from the Military Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant
Entertain Informally
Robert Bryant. Attache of the
United States Embassy and Mrs.
Bryant, entertained a few of their
friends at a cocktail party given
Saturday evening at their home
In PaltlUa.
Miss Daly Honors
High School Seniors
, Miss Joyce Daly gave a barbe-
cue supper Saturday evening at
at the home of her parents. Col.
and Mrs. J. K. Daly, at Fort
Clayton. The party honored a
group of her friends who are
graduating this year from Balboa
High School.
Her guests included the Misses
Anne Morrill, Barbara Shaw,
Nancy Wells. Ann West and Ina
Russell, also the Messrs Carl Po-
sey. Kenneth Withers, Irwln
Frank, Edward Browder, Louis
Celerier. Mike McNevln. Richard
Abbott. Leland Brooks and Rich-
ard Aycock.
Parties Given for
Mrs. Nason's Guest
Mrs. Robert Nason gave a lun-
cheon of 16 covers Saturday at
the Hotel Tivoli in honor of her
sister-in-law. Mrs. Harry Moss,
of New York City, who is her
house guest.
Mrs. Moss has been honored at
a number of parties since her ar-
rival last week. On Tuesday
evening Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.
Levy gave a dinner for her at
their home on Curundu Heights.
Thursday evening she was the
guest of honor at a buffet supper
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(U.S. Army photo)
AN OFFICER Instructs sergeants (Including the first ser-
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The troop transport which
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ra, Colombia, one day last week
and pointed her prow Into the
Pacific carrying an Infantry bat-
talion of more than 1,000 officers
and men took with her a sense of
a turning point in world history.
The vessel was a United States
ship of the Military Sea Tran-
sport Service; the troops were
Colombian volunteers embarking
for Korea to fight alongside the
men of a half dozen other na-
tions battling aggression under
the United Nations /lag.
"Battalion Colombia No. 1" as
the unit is called, was the first
ground unit from Latin Amer-
ica to be accepted for service
with the UN. It Is composed of
crack Colombian troops who have
undergone a. three-month per-
iod ol intensive unit training.
Many of its officers relinquish-
ed hlgner rank "to fight on the
UN team."
Also of further interest, from
the U. a. taxpayer's viewpoint, is
the laudable iact that though
the great majority of arms and
equipment used by the battalion
is the same as that used by the
U. S. Army, the entire cost is be-
ing borne by the Colombian gov-
ernment.
Colombia offered the battalion
In December, and a week later
it was accepted on behalf of the
UN. On the same day, a note
from Secretary of State Acheson
to Ambass&lor Eduardo Zuleta
Angel expressed the gratitude of
the United States.
The selection of 40 officers was
announced Jan. 13, wltn Lt. Col.
Jaime Polania Puyo assuming
command. Shortly after this the
enlisted volunteers from other
Army units began to assembly in
Bogota, training center for the
organization.
Several of the 40 officers have
studied in the Canal Zone, and
two In the States: Maj. Luis E.
Lelva, Plans and Training Of-
ficer, at i-ort Sill, and Capt. Al-
varo Valencia, Intelligence Of-
ficer, at Fort Knox.
Officers of the S. Army Mis-
sion to Colombia assisted in the
training of the oattalion, and a
dozen selected non-commission-
ed officers were assigned to re-
main in tne field with the troops
throughout the training perioci.
Visiting officers from the Ca-
nal Zone voiced the hignest opin-
ions of the new unit. A typical
comment was, "I was highly
gratified to note their Une spirit,
aach had a strong f eeling ot per-
sonal pride and privilege in re-
presenting his country ..;" An-
other: "I nave never seen a group
of men so eager to learn as tne
soldados' forming this battalion.
I feel this Is largely due to the
fact they are all volunteers, and
secondly to the iact that they
know tne eyes o all Colombia
are upon."
Public response, in Colombia,
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solidly behind the iaea o the
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defeat of aggression. Many ma-
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Colombia by UN Secretary Gen-
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addition to the UN forces. Said
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, MAT M, 1151
White Sox, Red Sox Win Two To Gain On Yankees
New Yorkers Split With
Athletics; Cards Triumph
By United Press
NEW YORK, May 28 The Yankees split a double
header with the Athletics, winning the opener 9-0 and
losing the nightcap 7-4, while their closest rivals the
White Sox and Red Sox crept closer to threaten the
Yankees hold on the top rung of the American League
by sweeping respective doubleheaders.
At Cleveland the White Sox
completed their most triumphant
road trip of all time by toppling
the Indians 5-2 and 8-4 to make
it eleven victories in a row. Their
twin, victory put them only one
trim* behind the Yankees.
Meanwhile, at Boston the
third place Hed Sox bowled over
the Senators 9-3 and 7-1 io make
It seven in a row and nine wins
in their last ten.
The Yankees tapped the Ath-
letic 9-0 behind a seven-hit-
her by Frank "Spec" Shea then
aw their seven-game streak
Snapped by Little Bobby Shant/
Who won the night 7-4.
Toe Browns defeated the Ti-
gers 8-2 at Detroit after the Ti-
gers, had won the opener 3-2.
1 the National League two
games were rained out -- Boston
at Brooklyn and Pittsburgh at
Chicago. The Giants' Sal Mage
blanked the Phillies 2-0 at
Philadelphia and the Cardinals
defeated the Reds 6-1 at St. Louis.
The White Sox cashed In on
the seven-hit pitching of Joe
Dobson and the airtight relief
stint by Marv Rotblatt in their
two wins.
' Al Zarilla homered, doubled
and tingled (o drive In four
runs In the second game while
Orestes Mioso and Nelson rox
each collected three hits. Za-
rilla also drive in two runs in
the opener.
i Rotblatt pitched one-hit score-
leas relief oall for three innings
to save the second game lor j
flowie Judson.
' Steve Souchock homered as the
Tigers snapped a five-game los-
ing streak. Matt Batts homered
ijjr the Browns in the first game,
as Fred Marsh in the second.
Mickey McDermott pitched an
eight-hitter and Harry Taylor a
six-hitter as both won their third
straight games. In the opener
the Red Sox scored six runs in
the seventh inning as Bobby
DMf r tripled and Vern Stephens
hi fit two-nin homer.
-A grand slam homer by Ted
YTOliams and a three-run blast
by Bobby Doerr cave the Red
So all of their runs in the
third inning of the second
gafie.
-
The Yankees, who finished
tft/eiJ- home stand with a Stadium
I Jim Delsing hit a two-run
homer for Ned Qrver who won
his fifth game for the Browns
after Virgil Trucks, with relief
help from Hal White, won his
first victory since May 13 of last
season In the opener.
Sal Maglie, with a one-hit-
ter already to hi credit this
season, narrowly missed no-hit
acclaim again when be held
the skidding Phillies to two
hits for hi seventh straight
Giant triumph.
The Oiants broke a 0-0 tie
j against Russ Meyer in the eighth
wnen he doubled, moved to third
on Maglie's sacrifice and scored
on Eddie Stanley's single. A walk
to Wes Westrum and Alvln Dark's
double made It 2-0 In the ninth.
Stan Muslial hit his seventh
and eighth home runs and Gerry
gtaley pitched a seven-hitter to
win his seventh triumph for the
Cards.
Panama's Finest Entered For
Memorial Day 800 Mts. Swim
Battlefield Scores
Thrilling Victory
In Withers Mile
record of 17 wins and two losses
forjthe season, got the kind of
pitching out of Shea in the open-
er that made him the rookie star
in 1947. He also smacked a
three-run homer and Phil Rlz-
zuto got a two-run homer.
Cfjis Zernlal sparked the Ath-
letics In their rally In the second
fame, batting in four runs with
iro singles. Ferris Fain drove in
two getting a homer, a single
and two walks.
NEW YORK, May 28 'UP).
The 1950 Juvenile phamplon
George D. Widener's "Battlefield"
apparently has shaken the
slump which dogged him all this
year. Battlefield won his second
straight Saturday in the $25,0U0
Withers Mile at Belmont Park.
The win was sweet revenge for
Battlefield, because the three-
year-old colt whipped "Jumbo" in
the New York feature. It was
Jumbo which whipped him in the
Swift Stakes two weeks ago.
Jockey Eddie Arcarlo stayed
just off Jumbo's early pace In
this 76th running of the historic
Withers. All through that long
Belmont backstretch. Arcaro held
Battle! ield in second spot, finally
making his move'bn the stretch
turn. When the two straighten-
ed for home, it was Battlefield
and Jumbo racing head and head,
with the rest of the field strung
far out behind.
Battlefield had that extra burst
In the final strides to win by a
head. Jumbo finished five
lengths ahead of third-place
"Nullify."
The Win virtually guarantees
Battlefield a start in the Belmont
Stakes. June 16, where he'll
tangle with Kentucky Derby win-
ner "Count Turf" and Preakness
winner "Bold."
Battlefield covered the mile In
one-35 and four-fifths over a
fast track, and paid three-40,
two-50, and two-20, across the
board.
Two of the best swimming
coaches in the Republic of Pana-
ma, Adan Gordon and Napoleon
Franco, well known In the Ca-
nal one, report their main con-
tenders Carlos and' Ricardo
Beauregard and Alcides Bernal
will compete against the best
that the Canal Zone has to offer
in the Elks 800 meter Memorial
Day Swim meet at the Balboa
Pool. The Beauregard twins and
Bernal hold many records at the
beautiful Olympic Pool In Pana-
ma.
In addition to the 800 meter
entries, coaches Gordon and
Franco will enter a selection of
the cream of the crop from Pa-
nama who should take, a good
portion of the trophies and me-
dals across the border.
Iu regard to the Knights of
Columbus 200 meter contests for
women, Gcrdon and Franco re-
fuse to even hint who Ijhey ex-
pect to ente: In this event.
The winner of the 800 meter
will receive the beautiful Elks
Trophy while the 200 meter vic-
tor for women will get the Knight
of Columbus Trophy.
Both Trophies are Individual
trophies and will become the
Sersonal property of the winner,
tflcials from these fraternal
organizations will make the pre-
sentation to the winners on Me-
morial Day at the Balboa pool
immediately after the swim meet.
Muluel Dividends
Juan Franco
FIRST RACE
1- Proton $6.20, $2.8D, $2.20.
1Raymond $2.40.'$2.20.
3Romntico $2.40.
National League
Teams
Brooklyn ... II
Chicago .... 18
St. Louis ... VI
Boston.....It
New York
Cincinnati .
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh .
Won Lost
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17
18
19
20
II
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20
17
II
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TODAY'S GAMES
Beaton at New York.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh at St. Louis.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
SECOND RACE
1 Don ('alalino $8.40. $4, $2.60.
2 Domino $3,80. $2.60.
3 Pajarito $2.40.
First Doubles:
(Proton-Don Catalino) $44.80.
THIRD RACE '
1Contrabando $6. $3.60. $3.
-Jota Jota $2.80. $2.80.
3Pon La Olla $9.80.
One-Two: (Contrabando-
Jota Jota) $13.80.
FOl'RTH RACE
1 Haste Star $4, $3.20, $2.40.
Quiniela:
(Haste Star-Valebisa) $52.20.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 006 000 0112 7
Phlla. 000 000 00O0 2
Maglie (7-2) and Westrum.
Meyer (3-7) and Semlnlck.
Cincinnati 000 000 0101 7 t
St. Louis 103 110 OOx(I 11 0
Rams dell (3-5), Perkowski,
Byerlv and Pram esa, Howell.
Staley (7-3) and Garagiola.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
(Posponed Rain).
Boston at Brooklyn.
(Posponed Rain).
American League
Teams
New York .
Chicago .... 23
Boston.....21
Detroit.....17
Washington ... 15
Cleveland .... IS
St. Louis .... 11
Philadelphia .,10
Won Lost
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TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago (N.) "
Cleveland at Detroit (N.)
Philadelphia at Wash. (N.)
New York at Boston (N.)
Faces In
The Majors
FIFTH RACE
-Daiquiri $3.60, $2.60.
Wild Wire $2.60.
If you belong to the Armed Forces
r If you have a steady job come to
our Store and you can choose your
own terms to buy on credit.
iVe have the best M**tor/any Furniture.
M Central Ave. Tel. 2-2404.
SIXTH RACE
1Riding East $4.20, $2.20. $2.20.
2Silver Domino $2 20, $2 20, .
3Walrus $2.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Main Road $3.20, $2.20.
2Dictador $2.80.
Second Doubles: (Riding
East-Main Road) $5.60.
EIGHTH RACE
1Ventre a Terre $4. $2.80, $3.20.
2Antecede $5.60, $7.40.
3Llm Lass $22.20.
Quiniela: (Ventre a Terre.
Antecede) $12.80.
Vic Rascal
Larry B'-ra
NINTH RACE
1Carmela II $78.20. $14 20, $2.60
2Cantaclaro $2.60, $2.20.
3Paragon $2.20.-
One-Two: (Carmeu II-
Cantaclaro) $121.20.
TENTH RACE
1Avenue Road $5.20. $2.40
2Full $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Armeno $5.60.
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All Golfers Fly
Cycling One 01 Top
Attractions May 30
In C.Z. Track Meet
Cycling will be one of the main
attractions at the Canal Zone
Track, Field, and Cycle Cham-
pionships scheduled for the La
Boca Ball Park, Memorial Day.
Working together, the La Boca
Playground and the Cycle Com-
mission have brought together
the best pedal artists of the Isth-
mus and a host of newcomers in
the Class "B" Division, and a
swarm of happy-go-luckles In the
messenger events.
Registered for the American
Publishing Company 9-Mlle
Classic are Oscar Layne, one of
the fastest men in Central and
South American, Alfred Layne,
Chino Williams and his daredevil
sons. Harry Mclntosh. Roberto
Tejelra, and Charlie Thompson.
PAA
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
\
First Game
Chicago 002 #03 0005 I ,1
Cleveland 001 010 0002 7 (i
Debson (4-0) and Niarhos.
Wynn (3-5), Brlssie and Hegan.
Second Game
Chicago 201 100 2008 12 i
Cleveland 800 000 2004 7 0
Judson (1-0), Rotblatt and
Masl.
Gromek (0-2), Zuverlnk, Brls-
sie, Lemon and Tebbetts.
First Game
Phi*. 000 000 0000 7 2
New York 102 005 Olx9 7 0
Martin (1-1), Hooper, Burtschy
and Tipton.
Shea (2-1) and Berra.
Second Game
Phlla. 001 010 3207 10 0
New York 010 002 100__4 9 1
Shant (3-4), Hooper and As-
tro th.
Sanford (0-2), Morgan, Ostrow-
ski and Berra.
First Game
Wash. 000 .00 0023 8 1
Boston 000 201 60x9 10 0
Sima (1-3), Harris and Sacka.
McDermott (3-1) and Mesa.
Second Game
Wash. 000 000 1001 fi 0
Boston 007 000 OOx7 9 0
Moreno (1-S-), Ross, Brown and
Guerra.
Taylor (3-3) and Moss.
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First Game
St. Louis 000 100 1002 8 G
Detroit #11 00* Olx3 10 0
Overmire (0-4) and BattS.
Trucks U-t), White and Ro-
binson.
Second Game
St. Louis 100 042 0018 14 0
Detroit 021 000 0003 7 1
Garver (6-3) and Lellar.
Hutchlnson (2-2), Borowy,
Johnson, Bearden and Ginsberg.
CZ Track, Field And
Cycle Championships
Officials Announced
GAME8 COMMITTEE
Aston Parchment, Chairms
Reginal Matthews
Referee
Francisco Hurtado.
Physician
Dr. H. Deerlng.
Timers
Leon Eastmond.
Luther LaMotte.
Kellogg Whlttlck.
Dar ring ton Moss.
Property Clerks
George Headley.
Oscar Clarke.
Clarence Bostick.
High lump
Stanley Loney.
P. P. Daniel.
Theodore Jemmott.
Discus Shot Put
Jose French.
George Springer.
Arthur Smart.
Starter
R. W. Likins.
George MeArthur (Ass't.)
Finish Judges
Rudolph Pflnce.
Roy Best.
Chesley Jones.
Cris. Greaves.
Inspectors
Robert Pate.
Ashton Loney.
Cleveland Roberts.
Ira McBarnette.
Maurice Hay wood.
Carlos Diaz.
Stanley Puesey.
Broad Jump
Clinton Parrls.
George Knox. <
Luis Walker.
Clerk of Course
Larry Chance.
Scorers
Mrs. R. W. Llklns.
Gloria Holnes.
Ruth Trotman.
Marva Parchment.
Marshals
Kenneth Buchanan.
Members of L. B
Wt. Lifting Club.
' Announces
Carlyle Clark.
Eric Greene.
Herman Bayne.
Pole Vault
Fred Wason.
Clyde Laahley.
Elbert Belgrave.
MARATHON OFFICIALS
Starter
Aston Parchment.
Inspectors
Leroy Fergus.
Pat Mallonev.
P. P. Daniel.
Theodore Jemmott.
Timers
Charles Belisalre.
Stanley Loney.
Luther LaMotte.
Transportation
George Caesar.
Carlyle Clark.
Lesterio Ifill.
Gun Club Motes
JAFFRAY AGAIN TAKES DCM
MATCH; AL JOYCE SECOND
Bill Jaffray of Albrook-Curun-
du eked eut a skinny victory in
the 30 caliber DCM qualification
match held yesterday at the Bal-
boa Gun Club when he out-
counted Al Joyce of the Balboa
Gun Club on the slow fire stand-
ing stage of the match. Both vet-
erans fired 190 to set a hot pace
for the competition, and both
tied over the rapid fire stages of
the match.
Jaffray has set some sort of
record for consistency by win-
ning four of the last five DCM
matches, Including the one for
the Cervecera Nacional Trophy,
and he took second in the other
one. His average for the five
matches was over 190.
Clayton Breckon and Tod-
hunter, Todd both fired 189 to
finish close behind the winners,
but Todd, another ancient char-
acter,, took third place medal by
outcounting Breckon on rapid
fire. It was an old man's day, as
these three decrepit civilians took
the boys over to sweep the three
awards.
There will be another 30-06
match at the Balboa Gun Club
next Sunday. This will also be
fired over the DCM Course, but
using a new military target. The
new target penalizes wild shots,
as its overall area is less, and
there Is no 2 scoring ring. For
the boys that stay In the middle,
the new target should offer no
difficulties. A good turnout Is ex.
pected. as this will be the last
match before the annual C. Z. S.
A. team match over the N. R. A,
short course which will also be
fired at Balboa on June 10th and
17.
Yesterday's DCM scores follow:
Competitor 6.
Billy Jaffray ... 58
Al Joyce.....56
Toddy Todd .... 66
Clayton Breckon 68
Wm. Donaleskl 56
M. Counselman 83
Jos. Zembroskl 51
R. C. Springer 63
Wm. Way .... 81
Andy Pompura 58
Wayne Lucas ... 66
Fred Wells .... 51
Lt. Pratt......53
Bob Gorder ... 49
E. F. Schrunk 52
Bill Merrlman 47
Jack O'Connell 52
Jimmy Weeks 63
Ted Albrlton ... 45
Lew Ryan- .... 64
Boyd W. Ferry 51
R. M. Parker ... 49
C. O. Fore .... 39
C. Thamalis ... 44
W. R. Briggs 60
George Vleto i 34
R. T.
134 190
134 190
134 189
183 189
131 187
133 186
134 185
132 185
133 184
129 184
128 184
131 182
120 182
132 181
128 180
132 179
120 178
120 178
132 177
123 177
124 176
123 172
126 166
114 158
106 156
101 135
NOTICE!
Our great ANNUAL SALE
will start on FRIDAY, June 1st
MOTTA'S
4 COLON ONLY
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-Winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1681, Sunday, May 27, 1951
The whole ticket has .52 pieces divided In two series "A" Se "B" of 26 pieces each
All Golfers Will Enjoy The
M~/\/M Isthmian Invitational Tournament
GAMBOA GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
QUALIFYING ROUND JUNE 1st and 2nd
DINNER DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT 8 p.m. till ? ? ?
4 All Entrie$ and the Community of Gamboa Invited!

Your genial host,
HARVEY PARKER
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o KUO'S DELICIOUS STEAKS!

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize
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2277
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$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00
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Prla*-wlnnlnK numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold: first third In Chlrlqui; second In Panama.
The nine handred whole tickets ending In 6 and not Inctaded In the above list win Fifty-Two Dollar (S2.M) each.
The whole ticket has 52 Dieces which comprise the two series "A" and "B".
Slfned by: LEOPOLDO H. MAZOOLA. Governor of Panam Province.
MARIO H. CAL, Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.
WITNPCCFC* Hernn Isaacs CortsCd. No. 8-1014.
wuncascs. sinn ChaconCdula No. 19-532.
RICARDO FABREOA JR.
Notary Public. Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary


MONDAY, MAT 28. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INctEMCNDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE PIT!
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&, 195, (*\*n ULpkon. (j*\*m 378
FAREWELL PARTIES FOR MRS. KORMYLO
A number of affairs have beca liven to hener Mrs. Ja-
ph Kormvlo ef Fort Gulick who Is leaYlng tomarrow with
Lieutenant Kormylo and her daughter Jo-Ann. far another
station in the States.
A no-host luncheon and handkerchief shower was liven
at the Coco Salo Officers Club for Mrs. Kormylo by a group
of friends.
The ladies were seated at a lama table centered with
tropical flowers and crdenlas.
Those who partlelpated were:
Mrs. Maurice Webb Mrs. Robert
Hall. Mrs. Fred Stelner, Mrs. G.
B. Patton. Mrs. Denver Heath.
Mrs. Earl Scarborough. Mrs. Jack
Oakley. Mrs, Gordon Knight,
Mrs. Robert Nell. Mrs. W. G. Ro-
berts and Mrs. James Jess.
The teachers of the Fort Gulick
Sunday School gave a party for
Mrs. Kormylo at the home of
Mrs. A. A. Zllkle of Gulick.
The ladies, who had worked
with the honoree In the Sunday
School gave her a outwork lun-
cheon cloth. Signing the card
were: Mrs. George Miller, Mrs.
W. R Marvel. Mrs. Jack Oakley,
Mrs. Roy Wilkerson, Mrs. Ralph
Johnson. Mrs. Owen Tolbert,
Mrs. Denver Heath, Mrs. Carroll
Thompson. Mrs. Robert Hall.
Mrs. John Byrd and Mrs. Mau-
rice Towne.
Una Yap, Mary CHltrlt, Sonla
Clop. Muriel Taylor, Hena Gonza-
lez, Zenia Vllar, Blanca 8chet-
tina. Betty Chang, Gabby Mn-
dez. Renee Maloul, Delsilla Val-
verde. Ernestine Berrlo and Glo-
ria Castillo.
The hostesses of the Junior
Class were: Misses Dolly Apolayo,
Marline Arlstlzadal, Rose Marie
Benjamin. AUegra Beraha. Doro-
! thy de Castro. Estella Chin. Lima
Chang. Emilia Garcia, Sarah
Gonzalez. Maria A. Claus, Car-
men Lee, Raquel Lamm. Gloria
Miarachl, Judith Mndez, Angela
Mazza. Carolina Malea. Gioconda
Matos, Maria Muoz. Etllvla Iba-
ez. Norma Ibaez, Regina Kam,
! Carmen Salazar, Marlella Qulroz,
Helena Wong. Helen Tagaropu-
los. Mary Tagaropulos, Veyra
Vlllalaz and Agrepina Melendez.
dressed as a doll, won the prize
for the prettiest costume. Cap-
tain Sam Brown, as diamond
Jim Brady, won the beat-dress-
ed man's orlze. Miss Lolita Qui-
rost was the funniest lady and
Mr. George Massey the funniest
man. .
Mr. Alberto Alba. Mr. J. 3.
Ecker and Mrs. James. Pumpelly
served as judges.
The door orlze was won by
Major H. W. Hankel.
Mr. Trevor Simons served as
master of ceremonies and made
the introductions. Among the
attractions were the dances
done by the San Bias Indians
who are attending the Colon
Fair. Their dance was arranged
through the courtesy of Mr. An-
tonio Tagaropulos. chairman of
the dance committee.
Jo-Ann Kormyle was compli-
mented with a handkerchief
shower given by Ronald Heath at
the home of his parents. Lt. and
Mrs. Denver Heath, of Gulick
The party was given on the
ground floor of the residence
with the following young friends
present: Susan Scarborough. Pa-
tricia Ann Oakley. Shelley strike,
Jo> and Oayle Knight, James
Jess. Jr. and Paul Adamo.
Cocktail Party at Coco Solo
Mr, and Mrs. Robert E. Sig-
man. of the Coco Solo Naval Sta-
tion, entertained with a cocktail
party at their residence for their
weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Goodman of the 15th Na-
val District.
The other guests were: Lt.
Commander and Mrs. A. P. An-
derson, Lt. tjgi and Mrs. J. C.
Novak. Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Con-
nor. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Unzlck-
er. Miss Sophie Podosek and Mr.
E. E. Sides.
Mr. sigman returned Friday
from a trip to Guayaquil. Ecua-
dor; Lima. Peru; Santiago. Chile.
He piloted the plane which took
Rear-Admiral Albert L. Bledsoe
and a party of Navy Captains on
an official visit.
tigh; Year-Old Celebrates
Carlos Fernandez, young son
of Mr. and Mrs. Hiplito Fer-
; nandez, was honored with a
! party given at his home 8atur-
I day afternoon' to celebrate his
! 8th birthday anniversary.
A grouo of boys celebrated
! with Carlos and attended the
i matinee, returning to the Fer-
I nandez residence fot refresh-
! ments with members of the fa-
milv and other friends, ,
The guests included the sis-
ters of the honoree. Carmenclta
and Cecilia, with Junior San-
chez, Paul and Pierre Lelgna-
dler. Dickie Hlrschfeld. and Bob-
bv Walker.
Junior-Senior Banquet
for St. Mary's Academy
The annual banquet, at which
the Senior Class Is the guest of
the Junior Class of St. Mary's
Academy, was held Friday even-
ing at the Hotel Washington.
A large cake, appro*rMtri*-
scftbed with decoratrf/Tfostmg,
centered the head table. Each
Senior's place was ms-ked with a
doll dressed in cap / id gown
With a diploma In her hand.
Miss Emilia Garcia, president
of the JuniOr Class welcomed the
guests. Father Vincent Ryan,
CM.. Father Francis Lynch. CM.,
and Rev. J. R. Mchate. Jr., CM.
The Seniors who attended
were: Misses Cecilia Von Kirk.
Irene Garni. Lia Valle. Edna Lee,
Marstella Balfaceda. Dora He-
rrera. Pearl Kam. Grace Ho, Gor-
Camival Dance
Very Successful
The Carnival Dance which
was given at the Strangers Club
Saturdav evening bv the Colon
Unit of the Inter-American Wo-
man's Club was the outstand-
ing- social event of the weekend,
with over 500 members and
guesti attending.
Mrs. Robert Fahle and Mrs.
Henrv Townshend were general
chairmen for the affair. Mrs.
Albert Motta an* Mrs. L. L.
KoeDke had charge of the pub-
' licltv; Mrs. Samuel Puller. Mrs.
Stanley Hamilton. Mrs. Harry
Bllgray and Mrs. Eduardo Cas-
tillo handled the tickets. Mrs.
James Pumpelly was chairman
of the decorating committee and
was assisted by Mrs. Frank L.
Scott. Mrs. Bvron King, Mrs.
i Herbert Toledano. Mrs. Lino
Sanfellppe, Mrs. Marcelle Grin-
Igoire. Mrs- Enrico Calvantes,
! Mrs. Percival Alberga, Mrs. Fre-
derick Haselflfl. Mrs. *~E6rlco
Burlando. Mr. Mabel Thomson.
'Mrs. Dora Bell and Mrs. Darlo
I Gonzalez.
The decorating committee did
an excellent job. Multi-colored
streamers formed a canoov over
the ballroom and were entwined
around the columns with clever
clowns formed with cardboard
faces and vari-colored stream-
ers, suspended between the col-
umns. Balloons added a carnival
note.
Miss Shirley Van der Diji.
Ilia o u oL and i a
v
"If if /or the Baby, we have it'."
NOW LOCATED at No. 40 44th Street Bella Vista
(white house under construction, just around
the corner from previous address).
TELEPHONE 3-1239
Today s
WOVIPfS ABOUT M TO THf AVWA6 OAK/ FOOP HIQUIMMfNTE'
Deliciaos, nourishing GRAPE-
NUT8 make a hit with the
whole family! And GRAPE-
7 varietlee-
10 package!
NUTS is only one of the 7 dif-
ferent varieties of aingle-eerv-
ing packages in POST -TENS!
Dunllcate Games
The regular dunllcate games
will be held at the Margarita
Clubhouse this evening. The
winners of last week's games
were:.North and South Mrs
L. E. Cottrell and Mr. W. E. Gib-
son: Mr. L. E. Cottrell with Mr.
Julius Loeb; Miss Jeanne Doble
with Mr. Harrv Frledland. East
and West Mr. Sidney Pas-
saiiague and Mr. Herbert Del-
gado: tied for 2nd place Mrs.
Leslie W. Croft and Mrs. C. T.
Swearlngen: with Mrs. James
Scarborough and Mrs. Walter
Skellstaltls: 3rd Mrs. Henry
Hartwi- and Mts. H. F. Green.
Sororltv Meeting
The Beta Chanter of Beta 81k
ma Phi met Frldav evenina at
the Margarita Clubhouse. Plans
were discussed for the Ship-
wreck dance to be given Satur-
day. June 2 at the Elks Home
Tickets are a dollar per person
and may be purchased at the
door. .
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Arden Welch. The members
presen twere: Miss Jeanne Wle-
sen. Mrs. Evelyne Wade. Miss
Jean Dough, Mrs. Kathleen
Huffman. Mrs. Ann Maner. Mrs.
Mario Moscarltolo. Miss Jean
Lawson, Mrs. Violet Deakins.
Mrs. Jean Coffey. Mrs. Jacque-
line Stringer and Mrs. Beverly
Bereer.
Dav Training Course
The first meeting of the
Training Course for leaders and
councillors for the Brownie Dav
Camp to be held at Gatun, will
be held tonight at 7:00 p.m. In
the basement of the Cristobal
Union Church.
It Is most Important that all
camp workers attend this orien-
tation meeting. Mothers of
Brownies, and other leaders may
attend If thev desire, without
anv obligation to work In the
camp.
TROPICAL, Today!
It's Tea-licloust... Tea-llght-
ful!.... Tea-rriflc!...
Doris DAY Gordon MacREA
Gene NELSON
- In -
"TEA FOR TWO"
IN TECHNICOLOR!
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.1,1.1.
Jose Ferrer Counters Senator
In Heated 'Red9 Prob Stand
By HERBERT FOSTER
WASHINGTON, May 28
Stage and 8creen Actor Jos
Ferrer came oui fighting
against p. congressman's
charge that he must have been
aware of the Communist con-
nections of organizations he
Indorsed.
Appearing for the second
time before the House Un-
American Activities Committee,
the movledom Academy Award
winner Insisted that he "stu-
pidly" allowed his name to be
used by organizations without
Investigating them. He said he
was not aware that some were
Red fronts.
But Rep. Donald L. Jackson,
R., Cal., told Ferrer he could
not "place credence in some
of the statements you have
made." The congressman said,
however, that he did not be-
lieve Ferrer was a Communist.
"In other words, I have com-
mitted perjury?" asked Ferrer,
who swore repeatedly that he
never was a Communist, fel-
low-traveler or Party, sym-
pathizer. "I don't say that."
Jackson' ieplled. "As an In-
dividual I can't place credence
in you."
Ferrer, who won the 1950
Academy Award for his role in
"Cyrano de Bergerac," was
called back to clear up testi-
mony he gave Wednesday.
Some committee members were
not satisfied with his state-
ment that he was unaware of
the Communist connexions of
organizations he spported.
Jackson said Ferrer had re-
ceived favorable publicity in
the Communist Dally Worker
and asked whether the notices
"were put in because it was
felt you were lending aid and
comfort to the Communist
Party."
Ferrer said heatedly that he
knew nothing of the motives
of the Dally Worker and add-
ed that he also had received
"much unfavorable mention"
in the paper. He offered to
submit clippings to prove It.
The actor also testified that
Communist groups tried to
prevent him from accepting an
honorary degree from the Uni-
versity of Puerto Rico en 1949.
He said he received cable-
grams from his native Puerto
Rica and from Havana at-
tacking the University as a
"tool of American Imperial-
Ism."
"I have always done the very
best I could to promote better
relations between Puerto Rico
and the United States," he
said. "I am completely against
Puerto Rlcan-lndependence."
Acting Chairman Francis E.
Walter, D., Pa., said the move-
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Postman's Bag Will Be Streamlined Sooff
WASHINGTON, May 28 (UP)
After long years of hauling
heavy bags on his aching
shoulders, the postman is going
to get a break.
Assistant Postmaster General
J. J. Redding disclosed todav
that before long your mailman
may be equipped with a metal
carrier on wheelsmuch like a.
golf bag carrierto trundle a-
bout his mall saok.
Not only that, but some doii-
men -may even get motor scoot-
ers to haul their burden In areas
where houses are far apart.
ISTHMIAN DATA
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Sometimes the play of a hand
looks miraculous, almost as |
though declarer could see
through the backs of the cards.
The answer usually Is that there
Is no other hope, so that declarer
must assume that the cards will
lie favorably. For example, we
might take the hand shown to-
day, played In the Regency Club
recently by my friend, Alfred
Shelnwold, who seems to special-
ize on weird plays.
West's opening heart lead was
taken by dummy's ace. and a low
diamond was returned at once.
Shelnwold put up the Jack from
his own hand, and West won with
the ace.
The reason for this apparently
useless play was that declarer
wanted to find out who had the
ace of clubs. East surely had one
of the missing aces for his vul-
nerable overcall. When West
showed up with the ace of dia-
monds, Shelnwold could feel sure
that the ace of clubs was In the I
East hand.
West returned another heart, i
and 8outh ruffed. He then led a '
club and finessed dummy's Jack
This lost to East's qfleen and
South ruffed the heart continua-
tion.
Declarer now led another club.
West played the nine, and dum-
my played low. East had to take
his ace anyway, much to his dis-
gust.
This play was not, of course,
difficult. East was marked with
the ace of clubs, so it couldn't do
any good to put up dummy's king.
The only hope was that East
would have to play his ace on a
small club.
East returned a spade and de-
clarer drew only two rounds of
trumps. Then he led a. club to
dummy's king even though there
was a trump out and East was
known to be out of clubs.
Once again, the play looked
harder than it really was. Sheln-
wold could not make the hand
unless he could clear the clubs
and then get back to his hand
(with a trump as the only possi-
ble entry) to cash the remaining
clubs. The hand was impossible
unless West had the last trump.
Luck was with him, so he made
his contract.
THRALL. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Her-
bert Arthur, a son, May 21 at
Clayton Hospital.
WILSON, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
of Gamboa, a son. May 24 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
GILBERT, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Jr.. of Balboa, a son. May 2*
at Gorgas Hospital.
KING, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. of
Curundu. a daughter, May 24 at
Gorgas Hospital.
MOKRAY, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
of Curundu. a son. May 24 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
MORLETT. Lt. and Mrs. Zane
of Ft. Kobbe. a son. May 24 at
Gorgas Hospital.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAItY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, MAT 88,
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Minimum for
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word.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 7 "M" Sural ra*
No 111 Coalral Ava. Colon
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Frigidaire 9' with free-
zer compartment, automatic De-
froster. II porcelain, less thon 4
months old. excellent condition. 5
year guarantee transferable. Cost
$490.00. Must sell, moving to Ca-
nal Zone, $400.00. 3 burner gas
hot plote $10.00. Modern style
pressing table. 7 drawers, with
bench, good condition, $15.00.
Apt. 4 No. 18, Tivoli Ave. Alter
4:00 p. m._____________________
FOR SALE: 8 cu. ft. Frigidaire
coldwall De Luxe refrigerator. New
unit, recently installed, $100.00.
ZJ, Oe Luxe Bendix. automatic washer.
$100.00. Both 60 cycle. Col.
' Bearly. Albrook, 2298.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Ford Coupe 1941, $100
down payment, balonce to conform
with buyer's pocketbook. New
tires, good motor, duty paid, in-
surance paid, excellent buy. Tel.
Pan 3-1565 after 4 p. m.
FOR SALE:Buick Sedanette, 1946.
Excellent condition. Good tires.
Radio, heoter. Defroster. Sun Vi-
sor. Asking $1,000. Col. Bearly.
Albrook 2298.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove drinking problem?
- Writ* Alcoholics Anonymous
tea 2031 Anco. C. X.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR" SALE:Diningroom set, $140.-
00. Bedroom set $175.00 or se-
parately. Washing machine $35.-
Also 1942 Plymouth 2-door $450.
00. Coll 83-2187 or 2002-A, Cu-
'. rundu.
-FOR SALE:1941 Chevrolet Club
*." "Coupe. Excellent condition. Radio
'heater, perfect tires, leaving Isth-
'' mus. Phone Ft. Clayton 4281,
' "8:00 a. m. 5:00 p. m.______
FOR SALE:For the man who ap-
preciates a truly fine car. 1949
Buick Dynaflow Roadmoster Sedan-
ette with Radio and Air System.
Less than 9.000 actual miles,
maintained in perfect condition
This cor delivers in New York for
" "$3.265.00. Available here for $2.-
100.00. Telephone Panama 2-
0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684 even-
ings. Sturgill.
fOR SALE:Washing machine, Ken-
*"."'more fnewl 1950 model. Suds
aver attachable. Apply 11-A,
Margarita Street, New Cristobal.__
- fOR SALEReasonable, dark moho-
any diningroom set, double buf-
et, extension table, six choirs,
$100.00. steel globe-Wernicke of-
fice, desk $50 Wardrobe $12.50,
kitchen cabinet $7. Chairs, etc.
Tenth Street 8068 apartment 8,
'.."-I'Colon. ^^^_________
*OR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Coldspot-
" Porccloin inside ond out. Excellent
' condition. Phone Balboa 2-3088.
5330-C, Diablo. ^__^__
FOR SALE: 7 foot Frigidaire, 25
Cycle, $50.00. Record player, 25
"cycle. SIO.CO. boys 26 inch bike
$1000. Electric clocks and other
Items. House 509-A, Cocoli. Phone
4-143.
FOR SALE: Two duplexes (Four
Furnished Apartments) neor beach
at Seacliff Acres, with 3500 me-
ters of high, level land; woter and
electricity. Only $6,500. Will pay
for itself in five years. Phone
Posey. Balboo 2698.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE:1948 Harley Davidson
"45" excellent condition. $350,
spare parts included. Call Panamo
3-0738. Duty free.
FOR SALE: Recently overhauled
1942 Cushmon motor scooter, mo-
del 52. $100. Coll 86-3197 or
moy be seen Qtrs. 146-A, Albrook
' AFB.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Maid for housework and
care of child. References required.
826-D. Empire St., Balboa.
LOST & FOUND
DID YOU FIND IT?
f not. you did not try ui. We carry
the largeit and most complete line
of MOTOROLA Custom Built car
radios, radio parts and tubas. Wa
alto carry a choice assortment of
automobile ccanoriat. Don't waste
precious time shopping. Wa have
under one roof what you aro looking
for.
INVERSIONES GENERALES. S. A.
Home of Motorola Radioi
Ave. Jos Francisco do la Ojio 38.
World's Car Capital
Hilch-Htkes To Work
In Transit Strike
DETROIT. May 28 (UP).The
longest transit strike in the histo-
ry of any major city went into
its sixth week today with e-
trolters begging, borrowing and
In some cases stealing rides.
City-owned buses and street-
cars which normally carry 750.000
persons dally haven't moved
since April 21. Car pools, hitch-
hiking or cabs have kept strap-
hangers off their feet, however.
Drugstores report no boost In
ales of corn-plasters. And one
loot doctor says he's actually
had fewer patients since the tran-
sit strike began five weeks ago.
With the city and Its 3.800 ous
and streetcar operators still at
loggerheads over wages and the
controversial State Hutchlnson
Act forbidding public utility
strikes, used car dealers are do-
ing all right.
' Ijal&s of pre-war cars those
ailing for 125 to $493 are up
M per cent.
;^Some employers are renting
mall British cars for $19 a week
to get their hired hands to and
from work.
With more cars on the streets,
8e world's auto capital faced its
irst traffic jams. All police
leaves were cancelled to keep
downtown traffic moving.
Police wink at hitch-hiking
and overtime parking.
f But they have cracked down
oh mushrooming Jitney oper-
ators. The driver of one un-
licensed tax turned out to "
, ~..i.,.ing trolley operator who was
Austrian! Puzzled
By New President's
Political Alliance
VIENNA, May 28 (UP)Poli-
tical observers wondered today
how anti-Communist Is Socialist
Theodor Koerner, who rode into
the Austrian presidency yester-
day with the aid of the Com-
munist Party.
Koerner. 78, a former Imper-
ial Geneinl and sin.se 1945 Lord
Mayor of Vienna won a run-off
election by 168.000 votes over
the right-wing People's Party
candidate Heinrich Glelssner.
Embarrassing to the socialists
was the announced Communist
support for Koerner. It is esti-
mated the Reds had about 220,-
000 voters in the turnout.
It is not clear what price the
Communists will demand for
having contributed to Koerner's
victory. But with the 8ovlet ar-
my occupying the eastern pro-
vinces of Austria, and part of
the capital, it could be made
most difficult for the Social-
ists to refuse to pay.
FOR SALF:High gloss oil points
ond enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE: Aquarium supplios.
Aquarium fish and plants. No. 1 1
Via Espaa, opposite Juan Fran-
co stobles. Phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE: AKC Boxer
$100.,..il*42.
Puppies
The Panama Canal offers for sole
under sealed bids, to be opened
10:30 A- M.. June 7, 1951. Mo-
tor Vehicle Ports for Dodge and
Plymouth passenger cars and trucks,
located at Section K, Balboa Store-
house, telephone 2-1465, and at
. Cristobal Storehouse, telephone 3-
1256. Bid forms may be obtain-
ed from the above sources or from
the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, telephone 2-
2777. .
For the kids! The famous "Tinker
Toys" now at slashed prices
olso Doll; r-H 'images. Hosmo
Via Espaa 51.
Getting poor reception on your car
radio? Try a "Jet-booster" for
One Collar, and enjoy the games!
Hasmo Via Espaa.
RESORTS
Gromlich's Sonta Clara beach-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Villioms Santa Clora Beach Cottages.
Two' bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillip. Beach cottoges, Santo CldVa
Box number 435. Bolboo Phooo
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RE
Hou

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FOR RENT:For July and August,
comfortable well furnished home
neor Poitilla. Airport, hot-water-
Very reasonable to proper party.
Tel. 3-2045.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
spacious beoutlful residence, mod-
ern conveniences, No. 114, llth
street, Paitilla. For information
call telephone 2-1^56, Panama.
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FOR RENT
Apartment
ALHAMERA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnishea-unfurnished apart-
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St., New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
Trouble finding lampshades? Get the
seamless plastic last-for-ever kind
at Hosmo 51 Via spaa. Beau-
tiful colors, and prices below cost
while they last.
FOR SALEWirehoir Foxterrier Pup-
py. Call 3-0807- 49th. Street No.
15, apartment 2, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE:7 ft. refrigerator, 36
Plymouth Fordor truck, boys smoll
two wheeler bike- Child's pedal
car. All excellent condition. Coll
Balboa 2-2663 or 761 Barnebey
St.
FOR SALE:Singer sewing foot mo-
chine, typewriter, gas stove, youth
bed, stroller, baby crib- Phone 916,
Colon.
-*r-------------1----------o>-
John Jarvis, Son
Of Panama Missioner,
Dies In Gorgas
Joseph Jarvis, son of Elder
and Mrs. Conrad U. Jarvis, of
the Christian Mission of Pan-
ama, died early Sunday morn-
ing at Qorgas Hospital. He was
a resident of Gamboa for many
years.
Arrangements have been made
for the interment at .the Coro-
zal Chapel at 1:00 p. m. Tues-
day. Those wishing to attend i
are asked to be at the Corozal
Chapel at 12:45.
Besides his parents, Mr. Jar-
Ruth Adelaln and Hanna Jarvis
vis is survived by his sisters,
and Mrs. Lea Granes, and Mrs.
Esther Britto, and brothers
Conrad Jarvis, Jr. and Pallu
Jarvis.
Elder and Mrs. Jarvis are
well-known in religious circles
and condolences of numerous
friends are extended to them.
FOR RENT:- Aportment tor rent.
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Coll 3-0140.
FOR RENT:Small apartment, rea-
sonable rent, all conveniences, with
or without furniture, opartments
Britania, Mexico Ave. and 43rd
Street. Tel. 3-0568, 10 to 12 and
4 to 5.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
two bedroom apartment, beautiful
location, facing ocean. Apply Uru-
guay St. No. 2. telephone 3-0916.
FOR RENT:Small furnished apevot-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. folia
Vista No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT: In r:lla Visto, San
Martin Avenue No. 6. Upstairs
apartment, entire floor, completely
furnished: large porch with bar,
livingroom, diningroom, 3 bed-
rooms, office, large bothroom. For
information inquire bottom floor.
FOR RENT.-Furnished cool apart-
ments with porch, hot water, priv-
te telephone and completa Hotel
service. Hotel Roosevelt.
FOR RENT
Koomx
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, clean
cool room. Meals if desired, apart-
ment 3, Bella Vista. 46th Street
No. 18-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
bachelor, oil screened, private en-
trance, telephone, balcony, best
location- Tel. 3-1648.
_We Have Just Received:
Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles, in
mlrror-finlsh. with 3-speed
automatic record changer
and 9-band radio.
.V.M and "ADMIRAL"
3 speed record changers
fot modernizing your con-
soles.
I # Freeh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers. Also, three speed
needles.
We also have table-model
radio phonograph combi-
| nations.
..CASH CREDIT CLUB..
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223
Entrance to Encanto Theatre
New Mexican Decree
Censors Broadcasts
MEXICO CITY, May 28 (UP)
The Mexican government's com-
plete censorship of all radio sta-
tion broadcasts was received with
surprising calmness by most ra-
dio executives here.
The Government Imposed the
censorship in the form of a new
decree "to prevent immortality."
The decree however contnlned
clauses not only to prevent "poor
*aste" but also to "prevent of-
fensive material, religious or po-
litical."
While a limited type of moral
censorship has been In effect for
several years, major advertising
agencies have recently objected
to subtle criticisms of sponsored
programs by commentators on
unsponsored broadcasts.
making $15 a day bv passing the
hat at the end of each ride.
And one auto thief turned out
to be a taxicab driver who ex-
plained he didn't have a car of
his own to get to and from work.
CLUBS
from $1.00
LA POSTAL
68 Ave. Central
Dr. Lechmann Lectures
Thursday at JWB Center
Dr. Frederick Lachmann. emin-
ent scientist and scholar of the
Hebrew University Is scheduled to
give a lectiire Thursday at 8:00
p.m. in the auditorium of the
JWB on La Boca Road. The pub-
lic Is cordially Invited to attend.
Subject of the lecture will be an-
nounced.
FOR BRONCHITIS
COUGHS, CO'DS
Ifs Triple Strength
Loosens Things Up
It's differentIt's taster In action
it's compounded on superior medical
loci findings nevei before heard of
in this country.
-Suckley's ConodiOl Mixture strengthl Is the name of this omoi-
ing cough ond cold prescription that
"octs like o flash" yet Is so pura ond
free from harmful aruo> 'hat o child
con take it. .and stop coughing.
One little sip and the ordinary
cough is gone o few doses ond
that tough old hong on cough Is
heora no mora it's really won-
derful to watch hov. apaodily bod.
lingering colds ore put out of busi-
ness.
Right owoy that tightness loosens
up. .the bronchial passages clear.,
you're on your toes ogoin. happy and
breathing easier. Get o bottla t
Buck ley's Conodiol Mixture rodoy.
Forest Firemen
Dive Into Lake
To Dodge Flames
NORTH BAT, Ont. May 28
(UP)Ten firefighters dived In-
to a lake to escape encirclement
bv Canada's worst forest fire of
1951. which raced out of control
through 10,000 acres of parched
bush and tlmberland.
The 10.000 acre blaze, the
worst of 48 racing throughout
Ontario, steamrollered through
the rich forestlands within
sight of the 500 residents of
Cocama, Ont.
North Bay regional forester
E. L. Ward said the ten trapped
firefighters lumped into a lake
In the Goulals River- district
near Sault Ste. Marie to escape
the leaping flames. They threw
their pumps, hosellnea and
shovels into the water and sev-
eral hours later, when the
flames had swept oast, recover-
ed their equipment and fled to
safety.
The department ordered all
travel in the vast northern areas
of Temoskaming and Cochrene.
north of here, banned for two
weeks because of the fires.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVAMAR table, sink
or bar tops. C0RALITE
wall board and NATC0R
tore fronts. ,
GEO. F. NVEY INC.
279 QglrtnU Are. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
RE-UPHOLSTERING call ,",,
our show-room Custom belli furnl-
* "" Pecta< See out Deco.
ratera Fibrin. Free K^ilm.i ui
raJvApSs, S3! Little Girl Wants
Funny Letters
As She Lies Dying
BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Mav 28.
(UP)Stacks of mall arrived
todav for Jeannette Cameron.
9. who doctors believe mav die
soon of rheumatic fever and who
wants letters "to cheer me uo."
Telephoned Inquiries bout the
little girl also reached such
volume that nurses at Jeffer-
son-Hillman Hospital asked the
public to stoD calling so they
could get on with other work.
"Jeannette knows she may
live onlv a few more days," said
her mother. Mrs. Waits C*m-
"to". "She r-"s asked fo>- letters
to eh'-r br up. especially fun
nv letters.''
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IMF Synchroaiied
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct CX. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
RADI0EAR
Trouble Free Hearing Aids
with a lifetime
guaranteed microphone!
Ask for a Free
Demonstration at your
FULLER BRUSH-
ELECTROLUX
Distributor
18 "J" St. (near Ancon P.O.)
Tel. Panam, 2-2386 2-3285
K
Just Received
CROSMAN
CO* RIFLES AND
PISTOLS
OOLG
Sth of May Plata
R0LLEIFLEX
C0NTAX
POLAROID
Land CAMERA
Below U.S. Prices.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
TUB t.rrfcVK. COUP
Phone 2-3333
LOTS FOR SALS
Down Payment tloS.
Monthly Payment til
LOTS on Paved Street tram tie*
q Motor.
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given by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Vlolette at their home In Bella
Vista, and Saturday evening Mr.
and Mrs. John Towery entertain-
ed at dinner for her at their home
on Balboa Heights.
Many Attend Luncheon
for Mrs. Ellis
A no host luncheon held Satur-
day at the Hotel Tlvoll honored
Mrs. Arthur C. Ells before her
departure early in June to reside
in the United States. Among
those who attended the luncheon
and participated In giving Mrs.
Ellis a parting gift were: Mrs.
Robert Eaton, Mrs. E. 8. Baker.
Mrs. Anne Currier. Mrs. Jerome
F. Prager. Mrs. Estelle Atkinson,
Mrs. E. Ahlteen. Mrs. E. R. Bal-
tozer. Mrs. Dorothy Barbour,
Beeby. Mrs. Louise Blssell,
Mrs. Louise Barnes. Mrs. Jean
Mrs. Neva Brown. Mrs. Pe*ey
Brown.Mrs. Gracecurrows.Mrs.
Alice Bryan. Mrs. Doris Old-
well. Ml?s Alice Candee.Mrs. An-
na Kee Christy. Mrs. Maude Clin-
chard, Mrs. Grace Culp. Mrs.
Celia Currle. Mrs. May Cotton,
Mrs. Margaret Davis. Mrs. Ann
DeLaMater, Mrs. Elsie Dorsch,
Mrs. Ruth Daniel. Mrs.* Ruth
Egolf. Mre. Barbara Edalnton,
Mrs. Annie Emslle, Mrs. Lll1 Es-
ler. Mrs. Inez Evans. Mrs. Win-
nie Ewlne. Mrs. Mae Fahnestock,
Mrs. Fedde. Mre. Marlon Flem-.
mlng. Mrs. Mel Fox, Mre. Jesse
Getman, Mrs. Harriett Harvey.
Mrs. Mary Belle Hicks. Mrs. Ber-
tha Hllller, Mrs. Vera Hills. Mrs.
Mary Herman. Mrs. Viola Hol-
lond. Mre. Harv Holmer. Mrs.
Katherlne Hohmann, Mrs. M. B.
Huff. Mrs. Mabel Hutchrmls,
Mrs. Annie Laurie Jeter. Mrs.
Ann Jordan, Mrs. Edith Kleswet-
ter. Mre. Knox, Mrs. Beryl Levy.
Mrs. Cherlotte Llerman. Mrs.
Ella Lombrola. Mre. Lottie Luyk,
Mrs. Ronnie Martinez. Mrs. Oer-
aldine Magnuson, Mre. Sally Mc-
Keown. Mre. Verna Miller. Mrs.
Loulia Mae Murphy. Mrs. Lydia
Mvers. Mrs. Effle McGlade. Mrs.
Clara Neville. Mrs. Leonora No-
lan Mrs. Mary Nussbaum. Miss
Annie Nicolson. Miss Claire Og-
den Mlrs Mary Orr. Mrs. Marga-
ret Peterson, Mrs. Betsy Plttin-
per. Mrs. La vina Pierce. Mrs.
Grace Regan. Mrs. D. F.- Reeder.
Mre. Martha Regan. Mre. Fran-
cs eRussell. Mrs. Irt Sanders. Sr..
Mrs. E. W. Schnake. Mrs. Ka-
therine Sellens. Mre. Dorothy
Schnell. Mrs. Pauline Skinner.
Mrs. Blanche Shaw. Mrs. Louise
Sorrel!. Mrs. Mildred Smith. Mrs.
May H. Smith. Mrs. Mary Stacy,
Mrs. Lillian Thompson. Miss
Trlbble. Mre. Marie Van CUef,
Mrs. Marie Wolf, Mrs.H. B. Yard,
Miss Grace Williams. Mrs. Mary
Evelyn Yarbrough. Mrs. Emmett
Zemer and Mrs. Lorraine Zent.
Otilia de Tejeira Named
Panama Delegate to IACW
Returning from
Schools in the U.S.
Miss Shirley Carline /mlth,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
E. Smith of El Cangrejo, arrived
last night by airplane from Co-
lumbia, Missouri, ior_her summer
vacation. Sne is a student at
SteDhens College. Her brother.
Bruce Smith, a student at Oak
Ridge Military Institute. Oak
Ridge. North Carolina, will arrive
Friday night.
Ml* Van Evera Entertains
for Her Sister
Miss Jean Van Evera gave a
tea and gift shower for her sla-
ter. Mrs. Gerald P. Graham, who
arrived last week for a visit here.
The party was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Perce Graham
at Diablo Heights. The hostess
was assisted by Mrs. Graham,
Mrs. Dwl"ht' Van Evera and Mrs.
John Lewis.
The guest list also Included
Mrs. V. McLaren. Mre. Elizabeth
Field, Mrs. Betty Boyer. Mrs.
Gertrude Henry. Mrs. Betty Pe-
derson. Mrs. Pat Lenevllle, Miss
Gertrude Joustra, Mrs. Pauline
Downs, Mrs. Grace Culp, Mrs.
Lorraine Zent. Mrs. Pat Deta-
more. Mrs. Elsie Turner and Miss
Jean Kleswetter.
Gamma Chi Banquet
at Union Club ,.
The Gamma Chi Sorority held
a banquet Saturday evening at
the Union Club In honor of Its
new members.
Among the guests were: the
Dean of the Junior College. Dr.
Roger C. Hackett. and Mrs. Hac-
kett. the Dean of Women of the
College. Dr. Dorothy Moody. Mr.
and Mrs. Subert TurbyfUl and
She?perd Clarke of the Faculty
pnd Major and Mrs. R. P. Dlv-
ney.
btudents attending the ban-
quet Included the Misses Mary
Lee Azcarraga. Cora Ann Gomez.
Alicia Cordoba. Erna Belle Mo-
Carty. Naomi Padoca. Gerl 8nod-
grass. Isabel Tamayo. Pat Kelly.
Ann Howse. Catherine Manush.
Ann Divney, Ann Nicholson and
Jackie Blau and the Messrs Lar-
ry Parks; Tom Peterson, Manuel
Roy Jr., John J. Rellly. Ed Coe,
Douglas Suddaby. Fred Durling,
Fred Robinson. Henry Phillips,
Jack Corliss and Ramon Ramirez.
MRS. OTILIA DE TEJEIRA
Leaving tonight for Santiago.
Chile to attend the 8th Annual
Conference of the Inter-Ameri-
can Commission of Women is
Mrs. Otilia Arosemena de Tejei-
ra (Mre. Alfonso Tejeira). de-
signated late last week as the
new delegate from Panama.
. Another Panamanian woman,
Mre. Esther Neira de Calvo, is
executive secretary of the in-
ternational women'8 group
founded in 1828. and now em-
bodied into the Organization of
American States.
Mrs. Tejelra's appointment
was made by President Alclbla-
des Arosemena. A noted educa-
tor and author of textbooks, she
was a leader In the organiza-
tion of the new Isthmian Wo-
men's Union which took an ac-
night at 7:30 at the home of Miss
Dorothy Moody, 0435 A. Frangl-
Danl Street. Ancon. The program,
based on the symphonies of
Tschalkowsky. will be presented
by Mrs. Elizabeth W. McNevln.
Since the group chairmen for the
coming year will be elected at
this meeting, a full attendance la
desired. Other members of the
College Club are also cordially
Invited to enjoy this program.
Stamp Club
Meets Tonight
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
hold a regular meeting tonight
at 7:30 in the Library of the J. W.
B. After the bvlnesg meetlntr a
stamp auction 111 be held. Vis-
itors are welcome.
Bridge Tournament
at Diablo Heights
All bridge players are Invited
to take part In the weekly du-
plicate eontract bridge tourna-
ment to be played at 6:45 tonight
at the Diablo Heights Clubhouse.
tlve part In recent pollt
events In the Republic.
She was also the founder oJ
the University Women's Asso4
elation of Panama, and a memn
ber of the Pan American Round
Table of Women.
The object of the 10-dav
meeting in Chile Is to continua
Improving the status of women]
Other women who have re-l
presented Panama at its annuall
meetings are Mrs. Clara Gon-|
zalez de Behrlnger, who took
part before the group had of-l
ficial status, and Miss Manon
guita de Obaldla.
Memorial Services
Planned At Sea;
Corozal Cemlery
Plans for the Pacific Side Me-
morial Day Observances have
been completed, Chairman P. H.
Warner announced today. Pa-
cific Side veteran organizations
are Jointly sponsoring the an-
nual ceremony again this year.
Highlighting the main activ-
ities will be an address by Ma-
jor General Ray E. Porter,
Commanding General, U. S. Ar-
my Caribbean, at the Memorial
Day sendees to be held at Coro-
zal Cemetery. This service will
be preceded by a large parade
composed of veteran organiza-
tions, Boy and > Girl Scout or-
ganizations, provisional compa-
nies of the Army, Navy, liiarkies
and Air Force; cadets from the
Balboa R.O.T.O, the 71st Army
Band, a corps of "Bomberos*
from the Republic of Panam,
and the Fireman's Band from
the Repuullc of Panama.
In the afternoon the USS Re-
covery will leave from Pier IB,
Balboa to observe "Sea Ser-
vices." The main speaker for
this ceremony will be Colonel
H. J. Turton, Commanding Offi-
cer, Marine Barracks, Rodman,
Canal Zone. Music for this oc-
casion will be furnished by the
776th Air Force Band.
Gold Star mothers In the Ca- .
nal Zone and Panam are espe- I
daily invited to attend the |
services on Wednesday.
A special train will be provid-
ed by the Panam Railroad"
Company to transport parading
units to Corozal prior to the pa
rade. The train will leave Ba'
boa Heights Station at 9:15
m. The general public Is cc
dlally invited to utilize
courtesy. \
NOTICE!
Our great ANNUAL SALE
will start on FRIDAY, June 1st
MOTTA'S
COLON ONLY
Joceph Payne Leavlnr
for Texas
Mr. Joseph Payne plans I > leave
Saturday for Houston, Texas,
where he will study at the Uni-
versity of Houston. During his
absence Mrs. Payne and their
daughter will live with her par-
ents. Mr. and Mre. A. R. Lom-
brola, at Balboa Height*.
Gaud Meeting!
at St. Luke's
The Altar Guild will hold its
regular monthly meeting tonight
at 7:30 In the Guild Room of St.
Luke's Cathedral.
Tomorrow evening at 7:30 the
Evening Guild will hold Its last
meeting before the summer va-
cation. The meeting will be in
Bishop Morris Hall.
Music Group Meeting
This Evening
The Music Group or the Canal
Zone College Club will meet to-




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Labor Mew
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"Sit Tight-I'll See What I Can Do"
Celebs About Town: Faye Emerson in the Cubroom enjoying
utr skitchnsoda. .Dorothy Kirsten and her new groom Dr. E.
-"hapman [of San Antone, suhi pausing at GogPs before planey-
nooning to Bermuda. .Glorious De Haven embellishina the vten-
xese Room decor..Roz Russell, wearing a silver bracelet-like
htng around her chignon. At the Blue Angel. Breathtakingly
irrity Col Tony Story iMacArthur's pilot) who has snubbed
'abulous offers from airlines. To stick with The Boss.. Batoneer
les Brown {just back from touring QI camps in Yurrop) phoning
buddies over there to the toll of %430..Showstoppa BUI Callahan
iBho said he is quittina show biz for engineering. The Real Rea-
?on: Society debeaut Elinor Rao. They wed June 9..Jake Malik
of the Lefted-Pinky set) getting into a capitalistic droshky on
B. 43rd St...J. DiMaggio. the Cloutfielder.
. sallies in Out Alley: Ex-Ambassador to Argentina James Bruce
vas being interviewed ."Juan Pern." he said. "U one or the
nicest fellows I've ever met in my Ufe!".. "You've heard of snake
iharmers," mumbled a reporter to another, "but here s the first
fellow ever charmed by a snake"....Herb Stein asked Gene Fowler.
What's gonna happen to the picture business? ..... What,
mournfully said Gene, "happened to the blacksmith?
Golf Vignette: They'd have you believe it ackchelly happen-
ed. .A male twosome was held up by a female duo on a local
course.. Impatient with the constant delays, one of the men
walked towards the gals to plead with them to shoot through .
He stopped half way and ran back. ."Gee!" he breathlessly said.
"1 can't let them see me. One's my wifethe other's muy mistress!
..His pal went to execute the chore and he raced back red-faced
too .-Oh. brother!" he blurted. -Small world, isnt it.
Memos of a Mldnighter:.. Doris Brown, star of the "Lucky
Pup" show, will wed James Byerley, Jr. of Gov. Deweys home
burg Owosso, Mich....Defense director Wallander's p. r. o. Oouldi and her groom expect their image next month....Are the
Shuberts (or the baseball games) the reason why the recorded
Rudy VaUee deejay programs uren't heard in town any more.'..
Added proof why press agent* are necessary: Even though Jan
Terrand. young Boston actress (star of Brattle Theatre), played
Bin "Little Blue Light" most ol the time, the critics mentioned
Artene Francis, who played it only premiere night. Memo from
E mag editor: "I'm inclined to agree with you on the Pulitzer
Prizes. One of the best cracks came from Look's copy editor. Prank
Latham. He said this year's awards read more like the Good
Housekeeping Seal of Approval."
New YorkMtiami Novelette: Sam Schoychid drives Diamond.
i cab JVo. I9i in Miami. .Hi* daughter had rheumatic fever in 1944
The doctor prescribed sunshine. .Matter of life and death, they
said But in '44. a war year, the railroads from N. Y. had no bed-
room space for sick little girls, age Vh.The parents went right
to the top manto the president of the railroad. .But it was No
Dice "No spacer he said..'But look," pleaded Schoychid, "here
tare the medical certificates to support my plea!"..No space.
i was the frozen retort. "Sorry r ..Finally, the mother had an ins-
piration..'"Why go to the president of a railroad when there so.
I Wooer President?".. So the sat down and wrote to FDR.. In
I three days she had a response from Steve Earlyand soon after
' c call from the railroad. .-Any time the child was readytratis-
| variation would be available". That's heno Roberta rranetne
Schoychid was -moved to Miami, remained bedridden for W
ySars. recuperated and now is an Honor Student at (Get Tnts!).
The Roosevelt School for Exceptional Children Now enjoy a
delicious Punchline. .The train was: The Champion.
The Big Time: The way Mindy Carson toys with "Be Mine!"
(O Mindy!)....Ella Fitzgerald's Decca disc: "Because of *-
The new torch (the name of it eluded us) which contains this
crd-maglc: "If all the laughs could be worth all the. tears The
last line of the song Is: It isn't easy to forget, so I wonit even
tryV. April Stevens rendering "I'm In Love Again' .Mildred
Pratt's Haitian dancingthe beat of Jungle drums... Martha Lou
Harp's bluesey vocallure via ABC.XouI Sobol's new pocket-size
book. "Along the Broadway Beat."_____________________________
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KUDOS FOB LITTLE LEAGUE
Editor of Mailbox:
Generally this column Is utlltt-
ed to gripe and to let off a lot Of
steam. However this message is
i of different caliber, it Is to say
' thanks for a Job well done. Spe-
elfically I am referring to the
little league which was organized
in the Zone during the past two
months. I was one of the many
hundreds In the Balboa Stadium
to witness these twelve year and
younger bovs put on three of the
most thrilling ball games ever
seen In the Stadium.
However, the games as lmpor-
\tant as they were, actually were
secondary and merely the finali-
ty of the little league. Never on
the Isthmus has there been such
Ja well organized movement tor
the boys. It was quite evident
that the boys received good train-
Jng and coaching. It was quite
evident that thev received proper
declpllne and above all taught
how to conduct themselves as
' perfect gentlemen in a ponta-
manshlp manner.
Hats off to men behind the
movement, for taking so much
time with our boys. To Bill Ham-
ma the President, to Rufus Love-
lady the vice president, to John
Watson, the secretary and espe-
cially to the six managers who
devoted so much time to the boys.
To Andy Pia of the Curundu
team to Bobby and Lou Glud of
Sears' to the Mohl brothers of
the Diablo and Fire Department
teams. To Bill McKeown and Joe
Cicero of the Saint Mary's team
and to Herb Holmer of the Po-
lice team. All of you may be well
proud of the Job you did.
Also thanks to you umpires,
who for the love of tHe game went
out and did your best without
being repaid for your services
And thanks to the man who foot
the bill for the lights. And thanks
a lot to the Panama American
for the splendid publicity given
to the Little League
A Bunch Bf Fathers who
love Baseball
By Victor Riesel
At dinner the other night, Ru-
dy Halley, the man who gave te-
levision its most successful quiz
program, said he was glad to be
home. When he left for Washing-
ton a year ago to crack the coun-
try's crime combines, he thought
they might see to it mat he never
returned
And he should know. Long be-
fore Halley's crime comet lit up
the gory political skies over out
big cities, he alone of the Senate
crowd was aware of the strang-
ling power in the polished hands
of the nation's most successful
syndicates. For two hours before
dinner the other night, we talked
of this super-government of the
gangs. Utterly without drama-
tics, this dynamic, crime-crack-
ing chap revealed that the syn-
dictates could actually choke off
American industrial transporta-
tion over our roads, and across
the sea lanes to the rest of the
world, through their control of
certain waterfront and trucking
pnlons.
Quietly, In the same way he
projected his charges across
the airwaves with the certain-
ty of dawn. Halley revealed to
me that the national gangs
even had forced the U.S. Army
to back down during the last
war.
They thumbed their noses at
high Army officers and the mili-
tary's effort to drive gamblers,
extortionists and loading racket-
eers off the nation's piers repllv
our front line trenches, to get
speedier operations. But uie
wharf rats wouldn't run. Arro-
Santly, they threatened to tic up
le ports with a "strike" an
ersatz stoppage the mobs would
call. Not even the Army could
break such a "strike." No long-
shoreman would use a hook on a
single bale knowing full well that
he might be found with the same
curved spike in his heart the
next night. So the Army men
Just yielded. They were there to
move ammo, not bookie shacks.
Now. years later, mere hours
before Halley and I talked In his
skyscraper Jaw office overlooking
mid-town piers, gangster guns of
competing mobs had moved down
AFL Longshoremen's officials.
Some ar edead. More might soon
be dead as the rival hoods stalk
each other through waterfront
streets In Hatfleld-McCoy style.
For control of this crime front is
control of huge business which
uses loading machinery running
pward of $40,000 a pier.
"What the country need
most, fastest. Is a hard hitting
waterfront investigation," Hal-
ley said, Implying that this
would reach right Into the guts
cf the top crooked combines.
Certainly we can expect repris-
als, even.paralysis of our ports,
but It's time for a showdown.
Somebody's got to start fighting
back sometime.
"True, the (Kefauver) Commit-
tee found that hoodlum penetra-
tion of labor has decreased stea-
dily over the years. But the mobs,
using some longshoremen's un-
ions, have created one of the ug-
liest situations in labor history.
I can show you how high this
"use" of labor reaches Into the
blEgest mobs.
"Directors of the Eastern Crime
Syndicate are Meyer Lansky,
Frankle Costello and Joe Adonis.
In the fall of 1950, Joe and Ed
McOrath. a Longshoremen's Un-
ion official, shared a hotel suite
for three weeks down in Hot
Springs. Ark. Furthermore, our
Committee had proof that just
before that insensate killer,
Cock-Eyed Dunn, was picked up
for murder and his last mile, he
spent his vacation with Meyer
Lansky In Miami. And remember.
McOrath and Dunn, who also
was a waterfront union official,
were brothers-in-law.
"Albert (The Executioner) An-
astasia, who really runs the wa-
terfront for the mobs, built his
New Jersey mansion Just five
blocks from his Intimate family
and professional friend. Joe Ado-
nis. Thev vlsltefl socially several
times a week. All this reveals the
close relationship of this water-
front labor crowd and the top
crime syndicate, leader. Tony Ac-
cardo, has his bookie Joint in the
very same building used by AFL
Retail Clerks outfit. From the
treasury of one of these locals.
$90,000 disappeared and one of Its
old leaders. Pat Manno. still is In
the pollcv racket with Aecardo
and Jake Ouzlk."
I asked Halley how labor, now
95% clean, can rid itself ol the
multi-million dollar mobs. He
took his time. Then he punched
this out verbally:
"Our Senate Comm 111 e B
found the mobs Inching Inte
the big city labor circles by us-
ing terror on the edges. There-
fore, the first move mast be to
drive ont of all onions, even the
smallest, all of the officers wba
ara racketeers with prison rec-
ords. They, at least, can be bar-
red from all official ties to la-
bor.
"We exposed the infiltration ef
the syndicates into big bulsness
through union cover. We could
do no more. Now It's a problem
for the local crime commissions.
"There must be a series of
rand Jury investigations. Then,
If there Isn't sufficient evidence
to warrant indictments, at least
there should be a full presenta-
tion to the public In each city.
"The Senate Committee had a
national purpose. Oolng into
specific fields would dull our im-
pact. The time has come for lo-
cal authorities to shift from our
major exposures to efforts to get
specific results. And one of the
most Important results would be
to help labor clean house." .
Mi tanta, lit
Coming To Terms
91* WSHINGTON
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MERRY-GO- ROUND
y OftlW riARSON
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. In the conduct of our criminal
courts there always has been a tendency to
make a horse trade with a culprit, in order to
save time, lose a nagging political nuisance, and
ring up another score on the D.A.'s record of
runs-batted-ln. .
This sometimes amounts almost to collusion,
and certainly may be called eager cooperation.
The man In the dock pleads a non vult, tanta-
mount to a guilty plea, after his attorneys have
been assured that he'll draw down a minimum
rap with a chance for parole or. In some in-
stances a fine.
Then the crook is slapped on the wrist,
marche off to the clink, and is out and doing
business again before you know it. In the days
of Johnnv Spanish and Gyp the Blood, a sen-
tence of this sort was called "standing on the
head." That's about what this airy reprimand
of Joe Adonis and his four bowers amounts to.
Adonis Is referred to as "murder boss" and
racket chieftain, but for his sins he can be
sentenced to as little a%18 months, with a third
off for eood behavior. This .he can Wear on his
ear.
As a result of Joey A.'s deal with the Bergen
Countv Superior Court, any posslbl i opportunity
to trap him into more serlouslv implicating
testimony is lost. Thev have Just shot an ele-
phant with a rabbit gun, and with the ele-
Dhant's written permission.
A couple of years in the good, warm Jail is no
serious deterrent to a well-organized hood. He
can run his business from the Inside. You do
not reform his morals or teach him piety. All
you do is pay for his meals and relieve the cur-
rent court structure and the local polticos of
his painful public presence.
In a way. deal or no deal, the Indictment of
high-shot hoodlums on a gambling conspiracy
does the hood a favor. The penalty Is low. The
teat la taken off. Larger and more serious ac-
cusations are pigeon-holed. Business goes on as
usual. And the law's paltry pound of flesh still
leaves plenty meat on the criminal carcass.
I don't eee. anything wrong with sending over
an elusive crook on a secondary rap If you make
it tough enough, or bust up an empire, or even
strike fear into' the hearts of his fellows. But
It's a pitifully difficult feat. They Jugged Al
Capone on an Income-tax charge and his mob
continued profitable operation. Luciano was
knocked off on a prostitution rig, but was able
to operate and even to push his fingers into
governmental pies. True punishment is tough
enough to Inflict even when a dedicated prose-
cutor and a tough Judge work out on the boys.
This is why I dislike these mealy "dealt,"
where the bum in question sits down to settle
his own fate as if he were a misguided busi*-
nessman Instead of a murderous thug. It re-
flects on the honor of the legal system itself
when the powers are willing to talk turkey with
the object of their wrath. It is beneath the
dlgnltv of established law to barter with a bum.
In past I have seen police hang a whole flock
of murders on one likely suspect, just to clear
the unsolved crime list. Get 'em off the books
is the motto get 'em out of the hair. One
fries, and six gulltles go free, with the insoluble
corpses legally attached to the dead fall guy.
There Is a smldge of that sort of thing in
trying big-shot criminals on small charges and
then making a business deal with them to save
the state trouble and keep the DA.'s conviction
record high. ,
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE GRIM CHOICE
LONDON. As these words are written, the
betting appears to be about even that the Brit-
ish will move troop* to south Persia. At any
rate, they are Just about up against the grim
choice between taking all the heavy risks of this
step, or taking the consequences of outright ex-
propriation of their Iranian oil resource.
Furthermore, the British cannot easily move
troops without a minimum of American moral
support at least enough to see them through
a charge of aggression before the United Na-
tions The future of the Western alliance, which
America leads, also hangs upon the outcome in
Persia. Hence this British choice is, at the same
ime, inescapably an American choice.
Until now. even the hardier spirits in the For-
eign Office have only been talking about mov-
ing troops to "protect th Uves of British na-
tionals" in Persia. Now. however the veils are
dropping. It is almost certain that Sir Oliver
Franks has already been instructed to talk with
Secretarv of State Dean O. Acheson ahout the
more realistic problem of protecting the founda-
tions of the British economy and the strategic
balance In the Middle Eaat. \ --^...j,
A miracle mav of course rescue the British
and American policy makers from the dilemma
on whose horns they have been wriggling like
befuddleti tadpoles. But since little short of a
miracle can prevent the grim choice from being
made this week. It Is now wise to examine Its
real nature. ,
No one In his senses can find much that Is
attractive about the first alternative a move-
ment of British troops to south Persia. Britain
does not really have enough airborne forces for
the job. Even to secure control of the minimum
territory Abu dan Island with its vital refinery.
wUl be a dlrtv business, probably Involving
heavy losses of life on both sides. Such a crass
imperialist act will make, to say the least, ia bad
impression elsewhere ii the Middle and Far
RaUt
It may touch off a Russian Invasion of north
Persia. It will quite probably give the Commu-
nist Tudeh Dartv the desired chance to seize
oower at Teheran. It will nerhaps result in a
far more di-atrreeabte repetition of the Korean
pattern on Persian soil. It may. lust conceiv-
ably, lead tq a world war. The list of objec-
tions is formidable Indeed.
But as usual, the choice now is not between
bad and good, but between evil and more evil.
If American Influence or Indifference deters the
British government from protecting their oil re-
source, the following consequence will be al-
most unavoidable.
First, the British economy, which depends ex-
clusively upon Middle Eastern oil, will receive a
fatal blow. The huge American Investment In
maintaining the British as a great power ally
will be transformed into money down the drain.
What has previously been done for Britain will
be forgotten because America has not stood by
her ally In this hour of need: and the Anglo-
American partnership, the core of Western
strength, will dissolve In a tempest of mutual
recrimination.
Second, the economics of Western Europe and
India will also be disrupted. And a cessation of
the oil flow from Abadan will make It fantastic-
ally costly, and in wartime almost prohibitively
difficult, to supply the fleets In the Mediter-
ranean diid the vital strategic alrbases there.
Third. Persian success In expropriating Brit-
ish oil will set an example that will quickly be
Imitated in Egypt, in Iraq, and In every other
nation In a'remotely similar situation. There
will be no controlling the chain reaction. Fur-
thermore the strain imposed on these weak gov-
ernments bv biting off so much more than they
can chew, will equally Inevitably produce sec-
ondarv political results of great violence. Dr
Mossadegh and his followers think they are
keeping one lump ahead of the Tudeh party by
their handling of the oil Issue. But it is even
more llke.lv that the Tudeh will be the ultimate
beneficial v if Dr. Mossadegh now succeeds In
his plans, than If he Is frustrated by forcible
measures.
The price of a pollcv of Inaction, in short, is
a gigantfc change in the world balance of power,
altering the whole Middle Eastern pattern, shak-
ing the Western alliance to Its foundations, and
oerharji, destroying it. This is no Mexican oil
sauabble This is the terrible game of power
politics, rein" n'aved for the greatest stakes.
(Copyright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Ine.)
Drew Pearson says: Oil lobby wins first round in reversing
Supreme Court on tidelands oil; Henry Wallace's old
garden is neglected; Unrest grows in Communist China.
'WASHINGTON. One result of the MacArthur controversy
is a field day for the lobbyists. With the country absorbed with
the MacArthur dispute, the lobbyists are able to put across all
sorts of fancy deals without the public realizing It. One of the
latest Is a move to reverse the Supreme Court In regard to tide-
lands oil.
In 1938, when President Roosevelt tried to reverse the Supreme
Court by an act of Congress. It made headlines lor weeks. But
without benefit of headlines, the big oil lobbyists are now trying
to reverse the Supreme Court ruling that the submerged oil land
off the coast of the United States belong to all the 48 states, not
merely to California, Texas and Louisiana.
Last week the lobbyists quietly won out In their Initial move.
They finagled the Senate Interior Committee into voting 7 to
4 to return tidelands oil to these three states.
The vote was over the objection of Chairman Senator Joe
CMahoney of Wyoming, who tried to Mock the oU lobby with a
compromise bill, and who spent two hours privately trying to
persuade Senator Russell Long of Lulslana. spokesman for the
lobby, to compromise. But Long wouldn't budge.
CLpSED-DOOR VOTE
In the showdown voting behind clossd door, GOP Senator Hugh
Butler from the inland state of Nebraska, with no water boundary
other than the Missouri River, showed up with the proxies of two
other OOP Senators Ecton from the landlocked state of Mon-
tana, and Watklns from the desert state of Utah.
Joined by Senator Gordon of Oregon, this made four Repub-
lican votes for the oil companies.
Chairman CMahoney had counted on the vote of the Sen-
ate Majority Leader McFarland of Arizona, since the majority lead-
er is supposed to vote with the Administration on all major po-
licies. However, McFarland owes a debt to persuasive, potent Bob
Ken of Oklahoma, the man who really made him majority lead-
er, and McFarland joined two other Democrats Long of Louisi-
ana and Smathers of Florida In overruling the Supreme Court.
O'Mahoney was able to muster only three votes besides his own
Anderson of New Mexico, Murray of Montana and Lehman of
New York, all Democrats.
After the tidelands vote, McFrland rose to leave, sheepishly
offered his proxy to O'Mahoney on some minor votes.
"It's too late now," snorted O'Mahoney. "I could have .used
it a while ago."
WETBACK WALLACE
For many years the Minister of Switzerland, popular Charles
Bruggmann, had the benefit of a vegetable garden cultivated by
one of the capital's most famous gardeners a vice-president of
the United State.
Bruggmann's brother-in-law happen to be Henry Wallace;
__while Wallace waa vice president he couldn't resist the urg
to get his hands Into the soil. So every spring he was a regular
5:30 a.m. visitor at the Swiss Legation grounds.
The other day the Swiss Minister met an old friend at th
Slate Department who asked about the vegetable garden.
"Ah,'r replied the Minister with a twinkle, "We don't enjoy
any of that cheap labor any more."
CHINESE UNREST
It's always difficult to know exactly what Is happening In such
a vast country as China, but intelligence reports, plus news from
missionaries, all Indicate growing dissatisfaction with the Com-
munist regime. Though General MacArthur testified that1 th
Chinese Reds were consolidating their hold on China, Allied Intel-
ligence is pretty much the opposite. '
Here are some straws In the Chinese .wind: -
1.) Anti-Communist guerrilla bands are operating in South
China. In many sections, the Communists control only the cities,
ports and rail center. __ __,
2.) The famine this year has been worse than usual. Several
million have died, and the Communists get the blame.
S.) Mao Is torn between his rival, LI Ll-san, who is virtually
Russian regent of Manchuria, and Chinese moderates on the other
hand who claim Mao takes too many orders from Moscow.
4.) Chinese armies long have been considered the personal.pro-
perty of their commanders, and these commanders don't like to
*
see their troops decimated by casualties.
When this writer was In China some years ago, there wa
no central government, but regional rule by the commanders of
certain armies. That Is why the heavy casualties in Korea ar
likely to hurt. The Chinese are accustomed to selng death all
around them. But \ military commander is Jealous of his power
and doesn't like to see his personal army dwindle.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
Harassed Paul Hoffman, former head of the Marshall Plan,
Is leaving for Europe June 2 but not on a business trip. He's
been Invited to give commencement addresses at 73 schools and
colleges, and he Just had to get out of the chuntry... Some of
Moblllzer Charles E. Wilson's cracks against the President have
been getting back to the White House... Francis Matthews,_thB
quiet, hard-working Secretory of the Navy, can have the post of
Ambassador to Ireland, if he wants it... The President has al-
ready outlined his first speech for the proposed "whistle stop"
campaign. It will be aimed at the power and real-estate lobbies,
but many observers doubt he can repeat this effectively again,
(Copyright, 1951, by The Bell Syndicate, Ihe.)
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PANAMA, R. P., LUNES, MAYO *, H51
CHOCO CENTESIMOS
Los aliados cercan a cien mil chinos
Proporciones gigantescas ha
asumido la derrota roja en
todos los frentes de Corea
Un convenio comercial entre
Panam y EE. UU. se solicita
TOKIO, Mayo 38 (UP) La
fuerzas de las Naciones Unldis
le cerraron la va de escape a
eutre 60.000 y 100,000 comunis-
tas en retirada y los rojos co-
menzaron a rendirse por nil-
Hares.
Las columnas del Octavo E-
jrctlo se colocaron frente a ia
desorganizada retirada comunis-
, U y cortaron su principal ruta
de escape a travs de toca
C'. rea.
Las puntas de lanza aliabas
avanzaron a siete millas y ms
al norte del Paralelo 38. Los sol-
dados chinos arrojaron sus ar-
n:as y se entregaron en "lotea al
pormayor" por primera vea en
los once meses de guerra.
Un grupo de dos mil chinos se
rindi de una sola vez n el
frente central. Un oficial uel
Octavo Ejrcito dijo que "el e-
ncmlgo ha perdido su voluntad
tie luchar"-
El control del cuartel gene-
tal china sobre su* soldados ha
desaparecido. Pocos grupos dlo-
persos de rojos se han defendi-
do, pero la mayora se esta de.-
l.aclendo de sus armas y uni-
formes, vistindose de civiles en
un Intento de escapar hacia 3l
norte.
Las fuerzaa de "limpieza' a-
iiadas han capturado miles oe
municiones y cientos de armas
en lo depsitos comunistas a-
ba.idonados por los rojo ain
lucha alguna.
La suerte de los rojos fu s_-
liua por la rpida captura ayer
deYangyang, Inje, Hwachog,
Yongpong y Korangpo a lo ar-
go do las principales carreteras
desde la costa oriental hacia un
punto al nor-oeste de Sel en el
oeste.
Todas las poblaciones captu-
radas se encuentran al norte
del PaTalelo 38 con excepcin
de Korangpo. la cual se encuen-
tra a slo milla y media al sur
dol mismo.
Los avances relmpago de ios
aliados dej a unos cien mil
clilnos y nor-coreanos vagando
en los solitarios bolsones al sur
bajo el Intenso bombardeo de
aiiilleria y areo. A los chinos
no les queda otra alternate
que la rendicin o la muerte.
A medida que un grupo de
clilnos se rinde, los aliados ios
envan de vuelta a la monta-
bas para que traigan mas com-
paeros, lo cual hacen sin pro-
testar.
Los luchadores nocturno* a-
liadoa capturaron entre tres mil
.* la !* VI
EE.UU. advirti a Irn que
su conflicto con Inglaterra
debilita el mundo libre
Rindi indagatoria
esta maana el Dr.
Arnulfo Arias M.
En la Maana de hoy el
octor Arnulfo Arias M. rindi
idagatorla ante el Fiscal 2o.
del Tribunal Superior, Licen-
ciado Carlos Augusto Lpez, en
lo relacionado con los sucesos
ocurridos en la Presidencia de
la Repblica el da 10 de mayo,
en donde perdieron la vida va-
rias personas,
La Indagatoria del Dr. Arlas
tomo tres horas, y el Fiscal A.
Lpez manifest a un redactor
de este diarlo, que mantendra
la ms estricta reserva sobre
las declaraciones del Dr. Arlas
hasta tanto lo considere con-
veniente para la buena marcha
de las investigaciones que se
vienen adelantando.
El Edecn del doctor Arnulfo
Arla se retract ante el Fiscal
Segundo del Circuito, Licencia-
do Carlos Augusto Lpez, de
8 u s declaraciones formuladas
anteriormente en las cuales ma-
nifestaba que el>doctor Arias
haba dado muerte al Mayor
Lezcano Gmez, segn Inform
en la maana de hoy el men-
cionado fiscal.
Fuimos informados tambin
que la Fiscala ata actuando
con gran tesn en las invea-
Se pidi que se desarrolle mediarite
adecuada legislacin el precepto de
la Constitucin sobre el comercio
El Ministro de Agricultura,
Conjerclo e Industrias, Ingenie-
ro David Samudlo celebraba en
esta maana en su despacho
una importantsima reunion con
don Pablo Abad, secretarlo de
la Cmara de Comercio, quien
haba concurrido al Despacho
del Ministro Samudlo por Ini-
ciativa de ste y como repre-
sentante de la Cmara de Co-
mercio, para discutir los ms
Importante problemas del co-
mercio local.
El Ministro Samudlo Inform
que estudiar los proyectos y
proposiciones que presenten los
comerciantes y que estimen ne-
cesarias para mejorar la actual
situacin del comercio.
El seor Pablo Abad dijo que
someter a la consideracin del
Ministro Samudlo la convenien-
cia de desarrollar, mediante una
adecuada legislacin, el precep-
to constitucional sobre el ejer-
cicio comercial. Esta legislacin
comprendera todo lo relativo a
las patentes comerciales.
Otro de los pantos en estudio,
es el de la conveniencia de
celebrar un convenio comercial
entre Panam y los Estados
Unidos de Amrica con miras a
la proteccin de las Industrias
nacionales y con el propsito de
que puedan colocar sus produc-
irs la Pk 0 Col 4i
Estados'Unidos advlrtll a Iran
que su conflicto petrolero con
Gran Bratea amenaza soca-
var y debilitar al mundo libre
entero y lo exhort una vez ms
a que negocie una Oluciln
Cooperan catorce
pases a un plan
de ayuda tcnica
WASHINGTON, mayo 28.
(USIS). Catorce repblicas
americanas han ofrecido un to-
tal de $325,813 al Programa de
Cooperacin Tcnica de los Es-
tado Unidos para 1951, dice
un informe enviado al Consejo
Econmico y Social por la Co-
misin sobre Cooperacin Tc-
Blca.
El Informe dice que de Jas
tras seis repblicas latinoame-
ricanas, Costa Rica ha mani-
festado que aportar una con-
tribucin al programa, pero to-
dava no ha dicho la suma es-
Eclflca, mientras Chile, Cuba,
xlco y Paraguay no han he-
(Pasa a la nclna A columna 8)
Hvn
Unidos, Henry Grady, entoeg
un memorandum al Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores Ira-
nio, Bagher Kazeml, en el cual,
despus de hacer una adverten-
cia muy severa y la exhorta-
cin antedicha, niega que las
previas declaraclonts norte-
americanas acerca del conflicto
equivalgan a una Intervencin
en los asuntos de Irn.
El memorandum dice: "Exis-
te una erie controversia entre
Irn y Gran Bretaa. Contro-
versia que podra socavar la
unin del mundo Ubre y debi-
litarla gravemente".
"Estados Unidos est ligado
a ambos pases por fueres lazos
de amistad, y ha demostrado
su sincera preocupacin por el
bienestar de ambos".
"Por tanto, en vista de la lm-
portanclla del asunto,, lo ha
discutidlo con ambas partes y
.ha declarado pblicamente los
principios que considera lim-
floriantes para llegar a la so-
ucin de estas controversias".
"Estados Unidos mantiene su
firme creenlla de que un asun-
to de esta naturaleza puede
ser resuelto satisfactoriamente
slo si es negociado por las
pares interesadas".
El Gobierno de Irn sostiene que
La Haya no tiene competencia en
el problema de las petroleras
WASHINGTON, Mayo 28 (UV)
Un alto funcionarlo de la
Movilizacin Nacional de De-
fensa de Estados Unidos dijo
que ste tiene una fuerza pron-
ta para combatir, de casi tres
millones y medio de hombrs
mejor armados que en la guerra
pasada y apoyados por una gi-
gantesca produccin Industrie.'
que apenas ha comenzado a de-
sarrollarse.
El funcionarlo refut !i
cenca generalizada de que
Sitados Unidos no podr defen-
derse bien hasta que hayan al-
canzado en 1953 las metas ele
produccin a largo plazo fijadas
en el plan de movilizacin.
"Hemos adelantado mucho
ms que lo que piensa la gen-
te", dijo Hizo notar que el plan
e movilizacin que aspira a
superponer a la economa ci-
vil normal una industria de ar-
mamentos de 60,000 mllionss
por aoslo entr en vigor
hace cinco meses y e hayya to-
dava en la fase preparatoria.
Aadi que ce han fabrlcao
ya suficientes armamento y e-
quipo o se han retirado de la
reservas de la segunda guerra
mundial para poner a los tr-.s
servicios armados en mucho
mejore condicione de lucha
que en cualquier otro periodo
de la historia.
Los Estados Unidos
logran disminuir
un personal atmico
WASHINGTON, Mayo 28 (EPS)
Detrs de bastidores, los Es-
tados Unidos han logrado re-
ducir la produccin rusa de
bombas atmicas.
Lo que se ha hecho es una
de esas sorprendentes historias
de Intriga Internacional que hoy
agita a Europa. Lo que puede
decirse es que los norteameri-
canos han podido sacar, de la
zona sovitica de Alemania a
prcticamente todos los cient-
ficos especialistas en cuestiones
atmicas. El ltimo de ellos lle-
g a los Estados Unidos la se-
mana pasada.
Segn se sabe, el trabajo que
estos cientficos realizaron era
de primordial importancia pa-
ra la produccin de bombas
atmicas. Sin su cooperacin,
los rusos slo podrn fabricar
un nmero limitado de bom-
bas: de diez a quince en de-
terminado perodo de tiempo
que se conoce, pero se guarda
en secreto.
Repblica.
Tambin se nos inform que
los otros fiscales estn traba-
jando con gran actividad en a-
delantar las respectivas suma-
rias.
AL PAS
En editorial del 26 de este mes del peridico
"La Nacin", reproducido ayer por el mismo dia-
rio que publica ''La Nocin, S. A.", de la cual es
Presidente el Coronel Jos A. Remn, Comandante
Primer Jefe de la Polica Nacional, se incita akier-
tamente a la comunidad toda a que asesine a mi
hermano el Dr. Arnulfo Arias y a m.
El Dr, Arnulfo Arias se encuentra deHoido ea
:*&l $*4e*0Qu*A cqtno-m^okWftf^^
rdenes de- dicho Comandante Remn.
En cuanto a m, puedo asegurar que no corre
riesgo alguno quienquiera poner en prctica la
excitacin referida, pites no estoy armado.
HARMODIO ARIAS.
-,
No renunciarn a
los mil balboas
los diputados
Personas allegadas a lo circu-
ios parlamentarios Informaron
esta maana que los miembros
de Ja Asamblea Nacional, no
renunciarn a los gastos de re-
presentacin de B. 42,000.00, de
que habla la Ley para el caso
de las reuniones extraordinarias
de la Cmara.
Como habamos Informado,
exista la posibilidad de que al
reunirse la Cmara a sesiones
extraordinarias por un trmino
muy corto, lo diputados, en
vista de la precaria situacin
por- la que atraviesa el Erarlo
Pblico, renunciarn a lo B.
1,000.00 que le corresponden
por gastos de representacin.
Se encargar de
la Alcalda del
Bar un suplente
Pr getlone realizadas por
ti ejjnlstro de Gobierno y Just
tltjUr; Dr Miguel ngel Oreter,
se ha resuelto satisfactoriamen-
te la vieja y lenta disputa ei.-
t.-e los Alcaldes Mullno y GiM-
zlez, del Distrito del Bars.
La Sra. Matilde de Samanle;o,
Segunda Suplente de la Alcal-
da, de dicho Distrito, se ener-
ga* del Despacho hasta t
rlhun! di \a Conten
de Mulino.
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia agradeci y felicit a
los Seores Mullno y Gonzalez
por su patriota actitud de ceder
\a Alcaida a la Sra de Sma-
melo en bien de la paz y !a
tranquilidad de ese progresista
municipio chlrlcano.
El Gobierno Mexicano ha decretado
completa censura radial en el pas
Varios extranjeros
fueron puestos en
libertad el sbado
Por orden del Ministro de Go
blerno y Justicia, fueron pues-
tos en libertad el sbado los se-
ores Santos Victoriano Roque
Alonso, (ecuatoriano); Fernan-
do Sandoval (peruano); Jes
Aiarte (panameo); Slro de la
Victoria, (cubano); personas que
fueron detenidas a raz de le
sucesos polticos acaecidos el 10
e Mayo, acusados.por la Poli-
ca por Inmiscuirse en la poli-
ica del pals.
De acuerdo con informes lo-
riados en fuentes oficiales, tJ-
Jas estas personas fueron :.i-
vestlgadas y se comprob su I-
nocencla.
Otra protesta
El Licenciado Carlos Bangel
M., miembro del Tribunal .de
Honor del Sindicato de Perio-
distas, no ha trado la siguien-
te carta para su publicacin:
Panam, Mayo 28 de 1951
Seor
Presidente del Sindicato de
Periodistas de Panam,
Presente.
Seor Presidente:
En atenclin a solicitud
telefnica de hoy, me permito
informarle que no fu 1 am-
erito quien escribi el editorial
de "La Nacin", del da sbado
26 de lo corrientes, Intitulada
"DE .ARIAS A ARIAS- Dina-
sta Sangriena).
Para completar dicha solici-
tud, le manifiesto que, hasta
donde he podido averiguar, ese
editorial no fu escrito por
ningn miembro activo del Sin-
dicato de Periodistas de Pana-
ma.
De uster atento y seguro ser-
vidor,
Carlos Rangcl M.
La Radioemisoras recibieron
con sorprendente calma las
medidas dictadas por el Gno.
El decreto contiene clusulas para evitar el "ma-
terial ofensivo poltico o religioso"
MEXICO, D. F. Mayo 28 UK-
El Gobierno mexicano ha es-
tablecido una completa censura
Je todos las trasmisiones ra-
diales, y sta ha sido recibida
con calma sorprendente de pai-
te de lo propietario de e-
misoras.
El Gobierno impuso la cea-
jura, de las emisoras en foima
ue un nuevo decreto para, "evi-
tar la inmoralidad'.
El decreto, sinembargo, cor-
nene clusulas que no slo in-
tentan evitar el "mal gusto" de
las transmisiones, sino tambin
"evitar el material ofensivo, y*
,ca religioso o poltico"-
Hasta el momento, ninguna
emisora ni peridico ha protes-
tado por el decreto.
Aunque desde hace varios a-
ios ha existido una censura
moral de los programas, las a-
,:> nrias de propaganda propa-
ganda protestaron recientemen-
te por la critica que hacan de
las programas patrocinado los
comentadores de programa no
patrocinados.
A tal efecto, las agencias de
piopaganda calificaron tales
citicas como "Injustas y dai-
nas a la empresa privada', y
,c reunieron el ao pasado pa-
ra pedirle al Gobierno que Ve
ayudara a escribir un cdigo de
moral. El resultado fu el de-
teto del sbado.
A fin de poner en vigor el c-
cieto, se han asignado dos ce.i-
ooies para cada estacin racilo-
llnrosa del pas. Los eensoics
debern aprobar cada programa
antes de que ste vaya al air<
Aunque loa peridicos, en ge-
neral, no han comentado la
njeva ley, el director del d
uc mayor circulacin "El LMl-
veisal" dijo que "U situacin
no es muy seria". "Despus de
todo, las emosaras nO se meten
en ia poltica y si se quedan ex-
iladas no sufrirn dao alguuo'.
Rusia comenta el
golpe de estado
de Bolivia
MOSC, Mayo 28 (UP)El
rgano periodstico del Gobier-
no Sovitico seala que las
elecciones de Bolivia son una
ilustracin grfica de los m-
todos sin ceremonia del impe-
rialismo de Estados Unidos en
la Amrica Latina".
Olee que el ex-Prestdente
Mamerto Urrlolagaltia, agente
de Wall Street, anja las elec-
ciones, impidi prcticamente
las campanas electorales de
otros partidos y desterr al can-
didato progresista Vctor Paz
Estenssoro. -
Agrega, que a pesar d> tales
maquinaciones, las elecciones
trajeron una aplastante derro-
ta para la camarilla gobernan-
te pro-norte-amerlcana y el
candidato popular. Paz Estens-
soro, fu elegido, tra lo cual
"de modo tpicamente Latino
Americano, una Junta Militar
se adue del poder".
El peridico agrega que "na-
die duda en Latino-Amrica
que el golpe de estado de Boli-
via fu organizado de acutrdo
con rdenes directas de Wash-
ington".
Declara que a pesar del triun-
fo momentneo de la Junta
Militar pro-norte-amerlcana, el
pueblo Latino-Americano est
despertando y causando a los
Imperialistas norte-americanos
crecientes dificultades.
Se pedir el uso
de armas atmicas
para los coreanos
WASHINGTON;Mayo 28) (EPS)
En crculos autorizados de es-
ta capital se dice que no ser
extrao que algunos congresis-
tas piden el use de armas at-
micas contra Jos comunistas
coreanos.
Las comisiones de fuerzas
armadas del Congreso han re-
cibido un Informe secreto que
demuestra que es posible usar
proyectiles radioactivos para
"contaminar" una zona de com-
bate determinada. Este Infor-
me fu redactado por un ex-
perto atmico, quien llega a la
conclusin de que un paso
mona; oso, por ejemplo, puede
ser hecho una barrera Infran-
queable para los hombres satu-
rndolo de radioactividad.
Los congresistas que presen-
ciaron los experimentos atmi-
cos de Wenlwetok dicen que,
segn lo que vieron, los traba-
Jos de socorro pueden ser lle-
vados a cabo en una ciudad
sujeta a la radioactividad
cuando se trata de bombar-
deos areos. Pero no se dijo na-
da acerca del uso de materia-
les atmicos de superficie, como
los que ahora se proponen pa-
ra Corea.
Autorizado el Pdte.
Plaza a aceotar la
invitacin de E. U.
QUITO. Mayo 28 (UP) El
Consejo de Estado autoriz al
Presidente Galo Plaza acey.r
la Invitacin del Presidente
lrumaii para visitar Estajos
Unirlo.
Se le ha concedido HceueU
ue 30 das para partir el 18 de
-uni prximo, y en au ausen-
cia ocupar la Presidencia de !a
Le pblica el Vice -Pre Wen te
Aoel Gilbert.
SIN COMENTARIOS
Por tratarse do asunto que nos atae di-
rectamente nos abatanemos por ahora do
hacer comentario a la vibrante y razonada;
Proteata do "La Estrella do Panam" do hoy,
con motivo de la excitativa quo ha hecho "La
Nacin"do la cual es Presidente y Repre-
sentante Legal el Comandante J. A. Remn
para que so asesine a los seores Harmodio
y Arnulfo Arias. Eate valioso documento, no-
blemente inspirado en la tica periodstica,
dice asi:

NUESTRA PROTESTA
No es esta la primera vez que levantamos nuestra voz ad-
monitoria para protestar contra excesos de lenguaje en un pe-
ridico, o contra la actitud de algn colega encaminada a impedir
que la prensa nacional se pudiera expresar con libertad. Pero el
editorial de "La Nacin" del Sbado pasadoreproducido para
asombro de cualquier lector sensato en la edicin de ayeres
algo que rebasa n forma superlativamente lamentable cuanto
puede tolerarse sin una enrgica protesta.
No hay derecho a convertir las pginas de un peridico
que debe estar en todo caso al servicio de las causas justas y de
los intereses nacionalesen libelo procaz para incitar al asesi-
nato con vesana inconcebible, intentando arrastrar a nuestras
masas ciudadanasque tan alto ejemplo han dado al mundo
a inauditos atropellos y a violencias criminales.
Esto, y no otra cosa, se puede desprender del artculo cita-
do, cuando el autor, despus de lanzar enconadas diatribas con-
tra los Ex-Presidentes de la Repblica, Dres. Harmodio y Arnulfo
Arias, afirma lo siguiente:
"H sufrimiento de cada invlido, el dolor de cada
viuda, hijo o hermano reclaman el precie de esa sangre
inhumanamente derramada por lo sayo 7 *s*n *'
. conjuro de ee enorme pesar, la extincin inmediata no
sle de la vida peJMea. sino de la vida real, de ese fu-
r neste binomio de hombres que .les H>* rauado unto y
\ tan aersae msjw la KepVca". ^ ^
Y asi con la pasmeea serenidad en que el csrafc.
amputa un miembro cangrenado del cuerpo de un F
dente cuya vida peligra, igualmente la ciudadana erkt
hasU qae se cumpla, que se eliminen lo hombres ja-
slo se han dedicado a explotar al pas y a lucumesja
en la ms terribles de las catstrofes".
El evidente desprecio por las reglas del idioma y por lar
de la decencia periodstica que refleja el editorial a que hemos
hecho repetida referencia, nos induce a pensar que no es obra
de escritor profesional alguno, sino de alguien que ignora por
completo la misin indeclinable de un peridico. Lo contrario
sera harto desconsolador y lamentable, por cuanto que quien
es capaz de expresarse con la mentalidad que ha quedado refle-
jada en los prrafos transcritos, no debe tener acceso permanent
re a una tribunacomo es la de la prensaque tantos perio-
distas nos esforzamos cada da por hacer digna y respetable.
(Tod. de "L. B.rIU de am", Lu.- M d. My ') _____
"La presencia de tcnicos en
Salud Pblica demuestra que
existe criterio cientfico"
Dice el Director de Salud Pblica, quien proyecU
desarrolar una gran campaa contra A
flarelo de la tuberculosis
Al tomar posesin de su al- contrarrestada, por la_ falta do
to- cargo de Director General
del Departamento Nacional de
Salud Pblica, el doctor Alber-
to E. Calvo S. manifest a uno
de nuestros redactores, que su
principal Inters seria la lucha
contra la tuberculosis, a fin de
que esta dolencia disminuya) en
forma verdaderamente signifi-
cativa. Agreg el Director de
Salud Pblica, que la clase m-
dica panamea ha venido estu-
diando y siguiendo con cuidado
el curso de los distintos males
sanitarios del pais y que la
tuberculosis se mantiene sin
cambio significativo alguno,
mientras otras enfermedades se
se encuentran en franca dismi-
nucin y que espera contar con
el respaldo del pblico, los m-
dicos y todos los dems tc-
nicos y profesionales, asi como
instituciones cvicas y sociales
del pas, para ganar tambin
la cruzada contra la tuber-
culosis.
Preguntado e s p e ciflcamente
sobre el problema, nos mani-
fest que s es posible dominar
la tuberculosis entre nosolros
con una amplia cooperacin pu-
blics, con una campaa de va-
cunacin B.C.G. bien planeada
y otras medidas ya conocidas
y que ha encontrado al seor
Ministro Juan de Arco Gallndo.
vivamente Interesado en el mis-
mo problema.
Manifest que otro problema
que traUr de resolver urgen-
temente es la reorganizacin de
los servicio de acuerdo con
disposiciones del Cdigo Sani-
ario. Asreg que stos vienen
realizando un buen trabajo ge-
neral, pero u efectividad esU
una organizacin moderna, co-
mo la que manda el Cdigo
Sanitario. CosUr menos, nos
dijo, y rendir ms.
Panam no ha derivado mu-
cho de sus relaciones sanita-
rias Internacionales en los l-
timos aos, excepto quiz en la
emergencia contra la fiebre a-
marllla. y se ha debido, mal
que todo, a que nuestras au-
toridades no han tratado de
estrechar los lazos con la Ofi-
cina Sanitaria Panamericana y
la Organizacin Mundial de la
Salud. Agreg que se tratara
de estrechar tales lazos y traer
sus sanas recomendaciones e
influencias a nuestro propio te-
rritorio. Una ms intensa la-
bor epidemiolgica y preventi-
va seria el resultado de nues-
tras relaciones con la OSP, la
OMS y la UNICEF, se nos dijo.
Termin el director de Salud
Pblica diciendo que espera
dar todo cuanto puede por la
(Pasa a la Pag Cel si
Sigue la exhibicin
del juicio del Dr.
Arias en el Central
Desde hoy lunes y en tandas
regulares, se presentar en el
Teatro Central de esta ciudad
el Noticiero que recoge toda
las incidencias .del Juicio con.
tra el Dr. Arnulfo Arlas. La
escena presenUdas como lo
detalles recogidos en el Noticie-
ro deja ver con claridad, como
se desarroll este proceso tan
famoso en los anales de nues-
tra historia


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EL PROBLEMA FISCAL
El pblico ha sido informado que n breve el
rgano Ejecutivo convocar a sesiones extraordi-
narias a la Asamblea Nacional con el fin de soli-
citar las facultades que el Ejecutivo considere ne-
cesarias para resolver algunos problemas econmi-
cos y, sobre todo, de carcter fiscal.
Todo el pas sabe que actualmente Panam es-
t confrontando una crisis fiscal y que sta gravi-
ta mucho sobre la situacin econmica general de
la Nacin. Seguramente con las facultades extraor-
dinarias que se propone obtener el rgano Eje-
cutivo trutar de equilibrar el Presupuesto a fin
de ajusfarlo a la realidad nacional.
Es urgente que el gobierno realice esa labor
por cuanto es casi imposible que contine el desa-
rreglo fiscal imperante. Se necesita que esas fa-
cultades extraordinarias se empleen en forma ab-
solutamente tcnica y con un criterio eminentemen-
te sano y patritico.
Como es sabido, el Presupuesto de la Rep-
blica est sumamente crecido y ello se debe, indu-
dablemente, a la existencia de partidas innecesa-
rias y de centenares de empleos llamados en el len-
guaje popular "botellas."
Tambin es sabido que a la hora de revisarse
el Presupuesto entran en juego intereses diversos
y hasta corrientes encontradas que dificultan la
obra de las economas. En vista de esta triste rea-
lidad el gobierno actual debe proceder sin contem-
placiones de ninguna especie a dictar las medidas
pertinentes para eliminar los gastos innecesarios
que tiene que soportar el fisco.
El hecho, de que en administraciones anterio-
ra se hayan establecido partidas de la ndole men-
cionada no puede justificar que contine persistan-
dose en el error. La situacin econmica y fiscal
de Panam est llegando a condiciones que deman-
dan una intervencin rpida y bien orientada en
Ib que a la poltica presupuestaria se refiere.
Debe tenerse cuidado en no incurrir en el de-
fectuoso sistema de rebajas globales de sueldos por-
que con ello se comete una injusticia y se perjudica
hondamente la buena marcha de la Administracin.
Lo que se necesita es borrar del Presupuesto las,
'~c^?e.-tidas inconvenientes y eliminar los canros ima-
^l^krlos, por decirlo as. que solamente existen pa-
ctlos fines dd pago del sueldo.
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PJH.
1:3 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena 'Quaker
S:45 Coctel musical.
$:00 Noticiero i5o.)
4:15 Msica de saln
4:30 Dedicatorias
6:00 Vibraciones del Airt
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Melodas variadas
7:00 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano.
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
1:15 Mi Marido. Dramatizaron
"Camel"
1:3* El Molino Silencioso
Dramatizacln
7:45 Melodas sureas
8:00 111111108 populares
1:30 Cantares de Espaa
8:00 Delicias musicales
9:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Zea el Desterrado.
Programa BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
1S:00 Buenas noches
MASAXA MARTES
AM.
6:0o Buenos Dias
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
6:63 Almanaque de la
Pan ni e r i ca n a
t:M Noticiero de la Maana
Cuatro Hombres y una Mujar...
todo* cientfico. de renombre
realizan por fin una aventura
Increble...
Sorprndale Ud---- VEA
"De La Tierra a La Luna'
deade el Jueves en el
TE A TRO TROPICAL
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:36 Noticiero <2o.)
7:45 Sil meloda predilecta
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:30 Hablan los astros
Con Antinea
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8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
16:45 Noticiero <3o.)
11:00 El mundo de! Vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
El Molino Silencioso
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes Intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Intermedio variado
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero (4o.)
12:30 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Pinturas Pabco.
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Msica venezolana
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:45 Espaoleras
2:00 Noticias
Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Variados
2 :3u Sendas musicales
Cort. El guila Imperial
2:45 Selecciones variadas
3:00 Seleccionen italianas
3:15 Delicias tropicales
tora ti Dtitf U
Ulceras
Estomacales
Aquello* que llenen la Hpicll
de sufrir de olearas eetomecalea.
u-adla. indignation y otras Incon-
renlenclss del aparato digestir
lebleran hacer la siguiente arue-
i,...J.S.";*,r" un* curharadlta de
MCI TRAr-iD en medio vasa de
na callente deepuea da cada
comida. lagirltodose lentamente.
NIWTRArin ha aldo hecho para
eate use nicamente: contrarres-
tar y neutralUar el exceao de aci-
do en el estomago
Horca habr u.ted experimen-
tado tal alivio. Compre una cala
hoy mlamo Pida VEITTRAC1D aa
-ualquler farmacia.
Proyectiles csmicos y la investigacin
Por Maurke Goldsmith
reaction y de los transportes-
cohetes del futuro. La envoltu-
ra gaseosa de la tierra que has-
ta hace poco estuvo exclusiva-
mente reservada 'a la trayec-
toria de las estrellas fugaces,
se ba convertido en un nuevo
objetivo de la ambicin huma-
1851
na, no contenta en coronar-
se a la superficie de I tie-
rra y a la atmsfera lnnedla-
ta".
El hombre desea remontarse
ms cada da. Los aerolitos le
revelarn los medios me ne-
cesita para realizar su mhelo.
UNA misin radiofnica procedente de la gran Nebulosa de
Andrmeda ha sido captada recientemente en nuestro planeta.
Este hecho constituye un acontecimiento cientfico de enorme im-
portancia en la empresa secular del hombre por conocer mejor
el universo.
La prensa se ocup poco de este acontecimiento. Quizs di-
cha omisin tuvo una justificacin sencilla, pues los peridicos
estaban muy ocupados aquellos dias en seguir las evoluciones de
un astro desconocido, que te aproximaba a la tierra a gran velo-
cidad j se hablaba de la perspectiva de una peligrosa colisin.
Sin embargo, todo aquello fu pura patraa, y mejor hubiera sido
que la prensa informase de como dos astrnomos britnicos, uti-
lii.indo el mayor radio-telescopio del mundo, habian descubierto,
pocos meses antes, que Andrmeda "emita" en una onda larga
de 1,69 metros.
Hasta hace poco tiempo la
astronoma era una ciencia "vi-
sual": la simple vista y el te-
lescopio'servan para sus obser-
vaciones. Hoy. una moderna ra-
ma de la Ciencia, la radio-as-
tronoma nos abre otra venta-
na sobre el mundo y nos per-
mite utilizar nuevos instrumen- ximado a! de la luna llena,
res de personas que vivan en
la misma regin donde cay el
aerolito pudieron contemplar
neriectamente ese fenmeno ce-
leste. Destacndose en el azul
del firmamento, vieron una bo-
la de fuego, tan brillante como
p' rni y de un tamao apro-
tos para el estudio de los es-
pacios interplanetarios.
La gran Nebulosa de Andr-
meda es el vecino ms prximo
de nuestro universo. Por su
estructura, su magnitud, el n-
mero de estrellas, es semejan-
te a nuestra galaxia. De mo
do que cuando ms conozcamos
a Andrmeda, tanto mejor co-
noceremos nuestro propio fir-
mamento. En realidad cuando
observamos a Andrmeda, es-
tamos mirando hacia atrs, en
el espacio y en el tiempo, por-
que son alrededor de 800,000
aos luz los que separan a es-
ta Nebulosa de la Tierra. Lo
que significa que la vemos no
como es hoy, sino como fue
muchsimo antes de que exis-
tiese el hombre en nuestro pla-
neta.
Desde el da hacen ya unos
tres siglos y medio en que
Oallleo aplic su oto al Drimer
telescopio que construy l mis-
mo y comenz a comprobar en
el espacio las pruebas de la teo-
ra de Coprnlco, aquella teo-
ra que produjo una enorme
revolucin en los conocimientos
de la humanidad, hemos ade-
lantado mucho en el conoci-
miento de nuestro planeta.
Los hombres de ciencia se
han preocupado constantemen-
te por conocer lo que pasa en
l o s espacios interplanetarios.
Por esa razn acogieron con
enorme inters la noticia del
descubrimiento del mayor cra-
ter aerolitlco del mundo en los
eriales de Ungava. al Norte del
Estado de Quebec.
Un crter de este gnero nos
permite descubflr lo que tuce-
de en los inmeasos espacios del
Onivsrsa) Su orjfcen rio es otro
que el choque de un blido con-
tra la corteza terrestre. Cuan-
do esos proyectiles csmicos no
caen en la tierra se llaman
meteoritos. A esta categora se
asimilan los meteoros, blidos o
estrellas fugaces que se pier-
den en el espacio y que con-
templamos atravesar el cielo,
en las noches despejadas, co-
mo haces de luz. 8e estima en
alrededor de 5.000 millones el
nmero de estos blidos que
diariamente surcan la atmos-
fera terrestre: de ellos slo al-
gunos caen en la tierra, oca-
sionando grandes destrucciones.
Los nicos seres humanos que
han asistido a la colisin de
un aerolito con la tlera son
los habitantes de la aldea si-
beriana de Novopokrovra. a al-
gunos centenares de kilmetros
de Vladivostok.
Segn el relato del doctor
Olio Strove, catedrtico de As-
tronoma de la Universidad de
California, publicado en junio
de 1950. en la revista the
Scientific American": "Eran Jas
10 35 de la maana, hace unas
cuatro aos, cuando los nios
abandonaron Precipitadamente
la escuela, asustados por una
llamarada que pareca un gi-
gantesco relmpago. Centena-
Club a su gusto!
Suscrbate en la
joyera panamea
DORITA
(Ave. Central #>
Amplio surtido.
Regalos de Bodas.
Relojes CYMA y OMEGA.
4 ._ .j- diriga velozmente hacia
el sur, arrojando una lluvia de
chispas y dejando* tras si una
especie de estela fulgurante que
muy pronto se convirti en un
rastro negro. En el espacio de
cuatro o cinco segundos el b-
lido se haba perdido de vista
en direccin a las montaas
Sikhotaalln de la Siberia Orien-
tal". '
Una expedicin cien tfica
moscovita investig la regin
en donde el aerolito habla ca-
do. Se descubrieron ms de
100 hoyos, algunos de 9 y 12
metros de profundidad y de un
un dimetro de 25 metros, es-
parcidos en un sector de dos
cllmetros y medio. Era como
ESTE CRATER se produjo en la tierra de Arizona por un
meteorito que lay en tiempos prehistricos. Tiene cerca de
una milla de extensin v varios centenares de pies de
profundidad.
la atmsfera el metal de los peratura del. aire a esas alturas.
Avisamos al pblico en general que el
VIERNES I9 de Junio comenzar nuestro
GRAN Y NICO BARATILLO ANUAL
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
blidos de escaso tamao* "No
llegan, pugs, a la tierra sirio
aquellos cuya masa es lo bas-
tante considerable para no des-
integrarle con la friccin.
El estudio del paso de los
meteoritos por las capas supe-
riores de la atmsfera ha re-
velado, mediante la aplicacin
de nuevas tcnicas, entre- las
cuales se cuenta la radio-as-
tronoma, algunos hechos curio-
sos. Asi, por ejemplo, se ha
podido saber cul es la tem-
k
si se hubiese precipitado una
"lluvia de hierro". Las rocas
haban sido pulverizadas, los
rboles arrancados de cuajo y
proyectados a varios kilmetros
de altura; el suelo apareca
incrustado de fragmentos ae-
Foltlcos, pedazos de metal cu-
yo peso variaba desde unos po-
cos gramos hasta centenares de
kilos. Segn varios cientficos,
M -ol; i; e r'r^ contra la
tierra no pesaba menos de un
millar de toneladas y su di-
metro alcanzaba unos diez me-1
tros.
En general, los meteoritos pa-
san a una distancia de la su-
perficie terrestre que vara en-
tre los 65 y los 135 kilme-
tros. La luz y el calor que des-
prenden proviene de su friccin
con el aire. Su origen es si-
milar al de los cometas y de
las galaxias. Cuando el blido
entra en la atmsfera terrestre
su velocidad puede calcularse
en 40 kilmetros por segundo.
Pero, segn va aproximndose
a nuestra superficie, su velo-
cidad .disminuye a causa de la
VsslstAciar1 del /aire qfe a en
aumento.
El intenso calor que esto de-
termina funde y evapora en
a-,--------------------m
Un gran especialista quo }
nunca tuvo escuela
Freg sueles hses 40 aos an lo Cllni-
ca da Ojoi y Odos da Nueve York. j
Trabajaba 12 horai. 7 dial por urna- I
na, y sbtarvoba 1st que praparaban :
were, obtenan mueitroi dt ttjldsi i
orgnicos, disc-cabon crneo* ... Qus- :
te ser 'un hombro do ciencia. Can |
obras regaladas formo una biblioteca :
qua lo mostr lo quo ensean los li-
broi... Alentadora historia de una =
de las primaros autoridades sobro al i
ojo y al Ido, que no tiene diploma 1
ni do la escualo secundario, loa on |
SlECCtONES de junio, que circula
ya, el absorbente articulo y mas do
aires 23 trabajas da (ran inters y j
actualidad, y los resmenes completa* |
i de aloe libros rocenlos y aplaudidos :
: por la critical "Vida do un obrero
1 norteamericano" y "ti crimen de la :
! Ruta 117."
resultando que hace mucho ms
calor a 65. kilmetros de la
corteza terrestre que al borde
de sta, lo que no deja de ser
sorprendente si se tienen en
cuenta las bajisimas tempera-
turas de la estratosfera.
Como lo observa el doctor
Harlow Shapley, Director del
Observatorio de la Universidad
de Harvard, los aerolitos "sumi-
nistran referencias precisas so-
bre las altas reglones atmosf-
ricas, que nps sern de la ma-
yor utilidad en el desarollo de
los aviones estratosfricos de
'Como por arle de magia'
puede obtener
# Estufas de kerosene
Bicicletas "Viking"
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. Nios delincuentes hay muchos debido a la falta
de tiempo por parte de sus padres para poder
educarlos debidamente. Coopere con los padres
y madres empleados del comercio para que tengan
el tiempo necesario para atender sus hogares.-
Compre lo que necesite antes de las seis de la tarde.
) KLIM
VALOR NUTRITIVO
de los platos cocinados
La rref.rida CM Todo el Mundo
.i. un.. Oa. isas mm o..
Mas
No descuide
una ampolla!
La mes (avalasian m puede in-
fecur no se arriesgue!
USE ,
BAND-ITA
VfNMTAS ADHtSIVAS
Aclamada, sor la prasaaion medica
Con compreso de Sulfatiazol,
mercurocromo o Tiro-Tri-Cina.
Tenga siempre varia* a la mano.
USA OFICIAL DE LA 10T6RIA NACIONAL DE -BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordina rio No. 1681 del Domingo 27 de Mayo de 1951
El billete entero comprende 52 fracciones divididas en dos serles de 28 fracciones cada una denominadas "A" y "B".
Premio Mayor
Segundo Premio
Tercer Premio
2856
2277
99 1 6
B. 52,000.00
B. 15.600.00
B. 7.800.00
.... Premia. Ml Promt- <.< Praiellii' Ma* Premio- No* PrerHo- No* Prcmiii Nee Prsalo. Soa Pi Mao Premia.
1 8/ 8/ 8/ a/ B/ / 8/ 8/ oV
tOM IM.M loM IMM MM IM.M MM IM.M 4*5* 1M.M MM IM.M MM IM.M 7sM 1M.M MM IMM MM 1M.M
015 IM.M IIM IM.M 21M IM.M 31M IM.M 41M IMM SIM IM.M 1M IM.M TIM 1M.M IIM IM.M 1M 1M.M
256 1M.B* 125 IM.M 22M IM.M 32M IMM 4ZM IM.M 52M IM.M I2M IMM 7tM IM.N I2M IM.M MM IM.M
3 SB IM.MI 13M IM.M 2SM 1M.M 3356 IM.M 43M IM.M MM IMM MM IMM 7356 IMM MM 1M.M MM 1M.M
MM 1M.M use IM.M 24M IM.M 3456 IM.M MM IM.M MM 1M.M MM IM.M 74M IM.M MM IMM MM IMM
55* IM.M 15M IM.M 25M IMM 3556 IM.M 45M IM.M 55M IM.M MM IM.M 7SM IM.M MM IMM MM IM.M
MM IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M MM IMM 415* IM.M MM IM.M MM IMM 1M.M 7*5* IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M
MM IM.M 1TM IM.M 27M IM.M 3756 IMM 4TM IM.M STM 1M.M M 77M IM.M S7M IMM S7M IM.M
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MM 1M.M MM IM.M 1 2*M IM.M 3M6 IM.M 4tM IM.M MM 1M.M MS* 1M.M 7Mf IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M
APROXIMACIONES PREMIO MAYOR
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SEGUNOO PREMIO
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an 2771 IM.M 1M.M 2274 IM.M 2275 130.M 327* I3*.M 2278 130.M 227* IM.M 22M IM.M 2231 2212 1M.M 1M.M 23S3 32M IM.M IM.M 2285 23M IM.M IMM
1 TERCER PREMIO
MI6 1M.M IM.M IM.M ltlt MM Mlt 1M.M IM.M IM.M Mlt IMM Mlt 8/ IMM / 4tlt IMM aV Mlt IMM Mlt 1M.M Mat 8/ IM.M Hit 8/ IM.N
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Los premios del Sorteo del domingo fueron vendidos asi: primero y tercero en Chlrlqu: segundo en Panam.
Los novrcirnto* billetes enteros terminados en S y no comprendidos en la lista orecedente estn premiados esa
Cincuenta v Dos Balboas (B/52.00).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta v do* fracciones que componen las dos series "A" j "B".
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam. LEOPOLDO H. MAZZOLA.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro. MARIO H. CAL.
rEMTlUUS:
Hernn Isaacs CortsCed. No. 8-1014. El Notario Segundo del Circuito de Panam PABLO A. PINEL
Slnn ChacnCdula No. 19-532. RICARDO FABREOA JR. Secretario pro-tempore
NOTA ,M tllale prersla** coa aitlasa cltra i ca Its on ttlltlii
w c,,r" oetlesr OaleaJBatile del Presnlo Mayar.- El Premia
M.J..I io Premio. 2o r lo un riCTii.,niMH..
eaarsaaraeni: las
larests
rlo-
(pAnwn-Jjffvnton
aea e arrlvarap rlr loa Prtailae Mayor. Sfate Terrera En el ___
sor un hlllete resalte er.cl.d roo eWInle. orenlo, al aoaeedoi Se ase
hllletr llene aavrrhn a ase I* sean anta loa oretnsn. roa aae resallare
aerar laa
SORTF.O DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO 27 DE MATO DE 1951
Sorteo Numero Trescientos Ochenta y Dos (312)
rracclin Billete
8/ sV
Primer Premio. 56 11.00 220.00
Segundo Premio. 77 3.00 60.00
Tercer Premio. 16 2.00 40.00
law premio, se Datarla a la par sefOn la Usta Oficial ti* Paaaau a ia Oft,
else Se la Calera Nacional te BenefIrescl. simada a la AsoaMa r*1nl
Plan del Sortee Ordinario No. 168Z que se ba de
celebrar el 3 de Junio de 1951:
Bl alllet estar saipnati a trcelas** altidloe as aa arras a* as
fraccione* cata ase aaaaastaada. -A a -
r-BEMIO MAYOR
i Pr*mio Mayor, sana* A y 8, dB/.2*,uuti.uii cada aerte S H.MSM
1 Segundo Pi ralo, taris. A ti d.. 1J00.00 asa* tari* u,o
I Torear Premio tari*. A B. da.... 1*00 00 esas trie
II Aproximaciones arta* A y B de.. MO 00 esos orle
Premios arle. A y R de......... IJNJ cada arle
o Premio., tort** A B. de.......... 71.00 ese arla l4.SMt
Blas arlas A B da......... MM end* arle Utsatv
' .toser
IJM.M
SEGUNDO PREMIO
i> Aproximaciones, san** A B. Ba
t Premio, arla. A B de......
U.Mi cada ana
IM 00 cada arte
men pbcmjo
1* Aproximacin**, aortas A y B. da.. B/ e2.ua casa or. */ ijrHLsa,
t Promina aria A y B da......... Tt-M cada art* U
IJI4
rsasi
rrecia de un billete entero...........
Precio de un quincuagsimo segante
B'.m
BUM
_


ITNES. MATO M. 19S1
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIKNTB
rAGINA TBIi-
Inglaterra no acepta intervencin Nacionalista
ARTISTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
Kerbna, la Cancionera Sentimental
IXERIMA GALASTICA, cancionera de clida voz y exquisito
[temperamento, a ana de las valiosas adquisiciones que ha
hecho la Red Panamericana, para su nueva programacin
Idel da lo. de Junio. KERIMA, valor nuevo del cancionero
panameo, actuar en el programa de msica y poesa
la cargo de la declamadora ANITA VILLALAZ. Est al tanto
Ide su debut.
Il "AVIS OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL
Gott el objeto tie dar las mayores facili-
dades posible* a los patron*s moroso^
cou ata- Institucin, se cita a estas ofici-
nas a las personas que se encuentren en
estas condiciones con el objeto de llegar
a un arregl conveniente. A partir del
15 de Junio prximo la Gerencia aplica-
r SIN EXCEPCIN ALGUNA las dispo-
siciones legales en relacin con multas y
recargos por atrasos en el pago de las
cuotas de Seguro Social. >
Panam, Mayo de 1951.
MANUEL SOUS P.,
Gerente.
, .. ofrecemos
para un sueo agradable
ALMOHADAS PLAYTEX
- Para el hogar -
EN ALUMINIO
CACEROLAS
2 tamaos
OLLAS
varios tamaos
SARTENES
diferentes tamaos
para dlerentes usos
Loza Inglesa
tn juego*
marca "Wedgwood"
Adems .
Pastillas marca "Bunte"
Turrones "Perugina"
MOLDES
diferentes estilos
ARTCULOS
DE CAUCHO
Bandejitas Escurridoras
para fregadores
Platos para Perros
Escurridores de Platos
forrados en caucho
en 3 tamao
Quintes
diferentes colores
y tamaos.
Recogedores de Basura
~^ ACEITE DE OLIVA
de la famosa marca DURET
Bazar Frances
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
Plaza de Santa Ana
Advirti a los Estados Unidos
que no firmar ningn tratado
en el que participe Chiang
WASHINGTON, Mayo 28 (UP) El foblerno britnico advir-
ti a Estados Unidos que no firmar ningn tratado de pas con
rl Ja ion en que participe el Gobierno Nacionalista Chino de
< hianr Kai-shek. ;"
Esto lo revelaron fuentes autoriaadas que dijeron al mismo
lempo que Gran Bretaa ha abandonad* au insistencia en las
[ limitaciones en el Tratado a la Capacidad Japonesa de Cons-
truccin Martima.
Los informantes dijeron que
la representacin china ser
\ la cuestin principal a dlacu-
1 tlr cuando John Foster Dulles,
representante especial del Pre-
sidente Truman sobre el tra-
tado, vaya a Londres a prin-
cipios de Junio.
La actitud britnica fue co-
municada al Secretario de Es-
tado Auxilia., Dean Rusk y a
Dulles por el Embajador brit-
nico Sir Oliver Franks.
Este subray que los brit-
nicos han accedido a la de-
manda norteamericana de que
no se consulte a los rojos chi-
nos sobre el tratado, y a cam-
bio de ello, segn los infor-
mantes, los britnicos creen
Para
REVISTAS
Visite
Servicio de Lewis
Avenida Ti'voli No. 4
dentad*
Pata quitar
manchas, es-
pinillas barros
i/pecas/
.'ii i
IOS PECAS"'
AL S I
Panam
jaln Atfuacatitta
i C< < acute de apvxaUe
que tampoco deben intervenir
los nacionalistas.
Loa observadores subrayan
que la actitud orltnlca con-
Estado de. Caja
de la Contralora
Semana terminada el 25 de
mayo de 1961:
Saldo en Caja el 8 ,...
de mayo...........B.368,840.55
degrryode!.19.al.26 41o.823.03
nu*,w TOTAL: 788,763.58
Egresos del 19 al 26 .
de mayo............ 591,737.71
Saldo en Caja el 25
de mayo............ 187,od.b
Compromisos por
contratos............ !?,,
Panam, mayo 26 de 1951.
viene con el convenio de Lon-
dres que deja cor ahora en du-
das el destino de Fomosa.
CHAMBOWty
Cunta AVENIDA
estn desempacando
BLUSAS CMICAS... 1.65
Para seoras y nias.
Todas laa tallas.
PEDAL PUSHERS
Negro, azul, gris, verde.
Tallas 24 a 30.
Especial... 4.50
VESTIDOS DE ALGODN
Colores claros. Tallas 9 a 18.
Especial...7.95 y 10.95
COLLARES Y ARETES DE
CUENTAS BLANCAS
Especial... 0.95 a 1.50
VESTIDOS DE BAO JANTZEN
Tallas 32 a 44.
Negro, rojo, aqua, azul, blanco.
EsPecial...l0.95al7.95
VANITIES
a 1.50 y 2.50
Todos dorados, en
formas redondas y
cuadrados.
Tambin %bra<
en colores;
Hdoc
LLEGO MAGNOLIA BLANCA
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
COMPRE AHORA
QUINTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO de S a 12:30 y de 2 a 6.



FLASH...! FLASH! FLASH!
La Red Panamericana, presenta a partir del viernes I9 de Junio
el ms formidable bloque de espectculos vivos!
p.m.
2:30 Sendas Musicales
Canta Anoland Daz. ,
Patrocina: El guila Imperial.
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
con la mejor actriz panamea: Anita Villalaz.
Escribe: Emilio Daz. j.
3:00 Momento Romntico
Canciones en la voz de Ovidio Rodrguez.
Secundado por el Conjunto Rtmico.
3:15 Sucesos de la Humanidad
Programa dramatizado.
Comentarios panameos sobre hachos de la vida real.
3:30 Drama Avena Quaker
El Hijo Perdido
Escribe: Vera Fontanella.
3:45 La voz emocional de Betty Williamson
con el Conjunto Rtmico.
4:00 Noticiero de los almacenes de calzado Pereira
-l/w programa estelar en la radio favorita--------
la [Red Panamericana
Persianas Venecianas LUX
B'.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 28 G. 22
Tel 3-1713
Sabia Vi. qua ya at ha filmado un
viaja Inlarplanatario...?
Convenale... VEA
''De La Tierra a La Luna"
la aventura mis sorprndante qua
e ha filmado I
ESTRENO EL JUEVES EN EL
TEATRO TROPICAL
Avisamos al pblico en general que el
VIERNES I9 de Junio comenzar nuestro
GRAN Y NICO BARATILLO ANUAL.
MOTtA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
CIANI0 EL
ECZEMA
LE MAITIIIZA
Ohtaaaa ra.e a> Aaatta -
x'iiUa Macar. Alivia el eeae-
aaa, laa haraM y alaaaaa araa-
eloaea ae la attf amar araata.
Eeta. excelente raceta da un
mdico, conocida an todo el mundo
como el Aceita Eameralda Moone,
ea tan eflcar. en el tratamiento de
laa enfermedadea da la pial, que la
picazn del aclama caaa a laa pri-
mera, aplicacin*.. Continuando
atan, murhoa caaoa da eoiema aon
vencido, y muy rara vea .a repite.
En al tratamiento da lcaraa au -
purantaa, abaceaoa y dlvleaoa o
claeotea, au eficacia a. extraordi-
naria. El Acalle Eameralda Moone
e.ti do venta ea toda* la. far-
macia.
JKcabamos de (Recibir
una aran cantidad de
TRAJES
Personalmente escogido
en lindsimos modelos
de algodn y rayn
desde 7 50
LA PARISIN
Avenida Central 113 Panam
DE GRAN UTILIDAD Y CMODO
ASI ES NUESTRO CLUBtil, porque contamos coa un gran surtido de
muebles, artefactos elctricos y otros artculos para el ho|ar. Cmodo,
porque puede usar cuanto necesite desde el momento que se suscribe
y que adems del nmero que a usted le agrade, le regalamos otro
nmero, teniendo as dos probabilidades de ser favorecido.
Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOLAMENtF~MUEBLES Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.

SOCIOS QUE HAN SIDO FAVORECIDOS
EN MAYO 27 DE 1951:
Seor JORGE GORDAY LURANBarriada No. 45S-B
Una estufa marca Perfection, de dos fogones.
Ganada con lf semanas.
Seora MARIA GONZALEZ DE DIAZCalle It Este
No. 1Una cama cuna de caoba con su eolenon
y spring. Ganada con 17 semanas.
Seora ZOILA DE KANGPacoraUna cama doble
de caoba barnisada en Jaspe naranja ron su col-
chn y spring de resortes. Gan con 18 semanas.
Seora ANA ROSAS DE GUTIERREZ-Aye. Central-
TJn radio de batera marca Regal, de cuatro tu-
bos. Ganado con 28 semanas.
Seor ARTURO TEJADASantiago No. 52Un radie
marca Regal de batera y corriente, de cinco
tubos. Ganado con 30 semanas.
Seor RIGOBERTO RIVERACalle 18. Pueblo Nueo
No. 4678Una cama doble de caoba barnisada en
Jasne naranja, con u colchn y spring de re-
sortes. Ganada con 42 semanas.
Seora ZOILA DE KANGPacoraUna peinadora es-
tilo futurista con espejos y su banqueta. Ganada
con 54 semanas.
Seor SANTOS LAGO ORTEGACalle 18 Este bis.
No. 14Una cama doble de caoba barnisada en
Jaspe naranja con su colchn y spring de resor-
tes. Ganada con 58 semanas.
LOS FELICITAMOS
JUEGOS DE RJECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA SALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELTOS.
Con 45 Seminas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios. Refrigeradora. Lava*
doras. Mquinas de Coser.
Mquinas de escribir. Estufas
de Kerosene. Abanicos, Lm-
paras residenciales. Archiva-
dores. Estufas para gas. Col-
chones. Linleos. Alfombras.
Bioicletas de la* mejores
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes. Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyera y Platera
Juegos de Cubiertos Vajillas
Cristalera. Artculos para re-
galos.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
ARTCULOS DE JOYERA.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro artculo desde
diez balboas en adatante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
Reparamos Radios do
oualquier marca.
Entregamos la mercadera al momento de suscribirse, enviudla a su casa.
2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
Adems del nmero que elija REGALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENE
OPCIN A GANARSE. 1 Juego de Recmara o Comedor completos, que obsequia-
mos 6EMANALMENTE a nuestros suscriptores.
CASA SPORT, S. A.
Muebl.-na ferretera Articulo de Caaa
Jovf-ra Plaiifia Objetos pura Recalos
(Ave. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera (Antigua Ferretera Duque)
El mrito de nuestro Club es reconocido por milss de hogares en toda ta RapOblica.
FILIAL: La industrial Maderera. S A Depsitos de Mr" *rt.dPJJS^E''SS
Puertas Ventanas Marcos v Molduras para construcciones Vitrinas de mostrador para
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PAINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENT
LUNES. MATO 2*. 195!
Plaga de gusanos destruye los arrozales
En una sola plantacin de la
Provincia de Chiriqu acab
en una semana con ocho Has.
DAVID, Mayo 27Millones de gusanos conoci-
dos con el nombre de "Army Woord" invaden los
arrozales en toda la zona del Distrito de Alanje.
Tambin se tienen noticias de que la terrible plaga
ha llegado al Distrito de Gualaca. El daino animal
se come la hoja del arroz dejando solo el tronco. Se
hai reiri trado casos de destruccin de 8 a 10 hec-
treas de arroz en una semana.
Los ag cultores afectados se encuentran justa-
mefta alarmados y dada la situacin poltica por-
que .traviesa la Repblica, abandondos por las ins-
uiconea del Estado encargadas de protegerlos en
c.-jbs ca^os. e confa en que el Ministro Samudio
tome carta directamente en este asunto, dada su im-
poSii rcia y las especiales condiciones de inseguri-
dad en sus puestos de la mayora de los emplea-
do^ n# int.?'.van el fomento agrcola de Chiriqu.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Nota musical.
*Ciudad de Fenicia.
fNmero.
12Afresis de ahora.
13Planeta de nuestro sistema.
14Metal precioso.
15Que vive errante.
17Representacin de un
santo.
19.Clera.
20Parte del cuerpo humano.
21Cinturn pars portar balas
24Ro de Espaa.
21 alfo i'-' ocano Indico.
28Sacerdotes.
31 -. u. .os egipcios.
31adverbio de cantidad.
32Del verbo lamer.
33_ o a ;"--ile. Inv.
3'' verbal.
85Vaso sagrado.
3V. sobre la
< y enea de ios ojos.
37Sabio francs.
38Ofrendas, regalos.
41Que tiene alas.
43Terminacin de aumen-
tativo.
44Traspasado por el agua.
4oPatot.
49Autillo.
50Que tiene acidez.
5"omupvo la tierra.
83Hilo de seda poco torcido.
54Existirs.
55Apcope de santo.
VERTICALES:
1Baile tipleo cubano.
2Igual al 14 horizontal.
3Hojas.
4Regln de Africa.
5Marchar.
6Entrega.
7Piedra semlpreciosa.
r,Listas de empleados.
9Soga para ajusticiar.
10 Rece.
11Existen,
16Valle de Espaa.
18Extremidades de las aves.
20Tomado para si/
21Ingerir alimentos.
22Quisiere.
23Canoa mexicana.
25Pabelln de los odos.
26Aparatos de pesca.
29Recita oraciones.
32Que tienen lanas.
33Precipitaciones de nieve.
35Rada o baha pequea.
36Del verbo citar.
38 Rio de Espaa.
40Regalas.
42Una docena.
44Planta hortense.
45Amarre.
46 Nombre de mujer.
47poca.
48 Del verbo ser.
51Terminacin verbaL
JUEVES
ESTRENO!
TEATRO
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CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL
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esta Instituein, a partir del primero de
Junio prximo, no reconocer ningn
aviso ile propaganda de prensa o radial
que no est debidamente autorizado por
contris.o u otra autorizacin escrita.
En cuanlo a las cuentas correspon-
dientes al presente mes, se ruega a los
nteresados acercarse a estas oficinas.
Panam, 26 de Mayo de 1951.
MA1SUEL SOUS P.,
Gerente.
TROPICAL
HOY y
MAANA
Tandas: 1:00 3:15 5:20 7:30 9:10 p.m.
ROMNTICA COMEDIA MUSICAL EN COLORES!
Canciones!... Romance!... Bailes!... Diversin!...
"TE PARA DOS"
(TEA FOR TWO)
GENE NELSON MTRICE WYMORE
EVEARDEN BIUYDEVKHFE SXSMCAU. ^
I PUTICD SnW W. IH M.rry Oorli^
Ai RaCUUN ESPECIAL:
Relato grfico de la audiencia seguida al
Doctor ARNULFO ARIAS M.
y un relato completo de la ltima jornada cvica.
El Noticiario Especial pasar solamente en las
Funciones de 5:20 y 9:10 p.m.
El Ministro Navarro espera
tener lista la participacin
que debe suscribir Panam
El Ingeniero Norberto Navarro inform en la
maana de hoy que el quince de junio estar aqu
una comisin procedente de los Estados Unidos con
el objeto de ultimar los detalles para la continua-
cin de los trabajos de la Carretera Interamericana,
los cuales comenzarn desde David hasta Remedios,
en un tramo de 27 kilmetros.
El Ministro Navarro manifest que numerosas
personas ya estn traspasando gratuitamente al Es-
tado terrenos por donde pasar la Carretera Inter-
americana, ya que han comprendido que cualouier
obstculo que se presente a este respecto perjudica-
ra la obra.
El Ing. Navarro, agreg que l espera tener en
los primeros das del prximo mes, antes de que
lleguen los comisionados de la Carretera Interame-
ricana, todos los ttulos de cesin debidamente re-
gistrados, as como la participacin de Panam pa-
ra llevar a cabo la construccin.
CLUBES
desde B/1.00
LA POSTAL
Central 68
Un expedicin 1 espacio eon
resultado* Positivos... No lo
ere* Ud....
VIA
De La Tierra a Lo Luna"
la pelcula diferente y extra-
ordinariamente Interesante qua
estrenara el Jueves el
TEATRO TROPICAL
HOY!
EL
SUCESO
DEL DA!
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE- ACONDICIONADA
UN
ESTRENO
DE
ATRACTIVO
GENERAL!
La epopeya de un pueblo
que supo de sacrificios por
estabilizar su libertad!
AURORA BAUTISTA
"AGUSTINA
DE ARAGN"
ADEMAS
El relato grfico de la sen-
sacional audiencia segui-
da al Dr. Arnulfo Arias M.
filmada por el
'NOTICIERO PANAMA"
Distribuida por
'PELI-MEX"
COMIENZA EL
JUEVES
LA TRAGEDIA Y EL ROMANCE DE LOS QUE VIVEN
EN LAS SOMBRAS DEL BAJO MUNDO I
NINON SEVILLA
en su creacin cantando y bailando la inspirada tamborera
del compositor nacion|l Vctor Cavall.v:
"LA COCALECA" en
u
VICTIMAS DEL PECADO
con PEREZ PRADO y su Orquesta
Rita MONTANER Tito JUNCO Rodolfo ACOSTA
^m
f jfo9
HOY Ultimo Da!
ENRIQUE MUIO, en
"DE HOMBRE
A HOMBRE"
MAANA!
DA POPULAR!
MA. ELENA MARQUES
CARLOS CORES
CARLOS NAVARRO
- en -
"LA MALCASADA"
-------- ADEMAS: --------
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
RAMON ARMENGOD
- en -
"LA SANTA
DEL BARRIO"
PRECIOS: .40 .25 -.13
JUEVES!
Se Inicia Una Temporada
Popular a
_ 50 -
Centavos La Entrada!

La historia de una mujer
sin entraas que llevaba
a su paso la tragedia, el
mal y la desesperacin...
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
VICTOR JUNCO
DOMINGO SOLER, en
FLOR DE
SANGRE
Prohibida Pora Menores
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
HOY-CENTRAL- HOY
EN TANDA REGULAR
PRESENTAMOS EL
"Noticiero del
Juicio del Dr.
Arnulfo Arias"
Un noticiero que recoge to-
das las incidencias del Jui-
cio y deja ver el desarrollo
de este proceso tan impor-
tante.
Editada y Bajo la
Direccin de
JOHN A. HEYMANN
SAMUEL 66LDWVN
DANNY KAYE
DINAH SHORE
MM ANDREWS
CAHSTANCE LWffUNS
"SOANDO DESPIERTO"
I m p. TECHNICOLOR

1....... n, HO .-.
........ w "..* N^M*
"AMOR QUE VUELVE"
Un drama repleto de violentas emociones 1
CENTRAL
DANNY KATE DINAH SHORE
y las BELLEZAS GOLDWYN
- en -
SOANDO
DESPIERTO"
(en colores)
El buen humor
elevado a la
mxima poten-
cia!...
BELLA VISTA
La ma dulce co-
media musical en
Tecnicolor!
Betty
nimoN
Fred
ASTAIRE
'BAILEMOS. MI AMOR*
TEATRO CECILIA -=
Do hermanea tan dulimoa como el afua
.. .y el aceite,.. I
Louli HAYWARD Lee BOWMAN, en
"AGUAS QUE REGRESAN"
Adema: Robert Rockwell, en
"LA NOVIA DEL CRIMEN"
TEATRO TROPICAL
DELICIOSA!. EMBRIAGANTE I
MARAVILLOSA!..
^ ,L^ "ai */"*
DetVbA uuruon MACRAE. en
"TE PARA DOS"
^^^^NTECMCOLOR^^^
TEATRO ENCANTO
Carj GRANT Jee FERRER
"CRISIS"
Adems: -
Lana TURNER Ray MILI AND
an -
"Pginas de Mi Vida"
TEATRO 77VOL/_
Maria Antonleta Pona, en
"LA REINA DEL MAMBO"
Ademat: Pedro Armendrli
Susana Fray re, en
"LA LOCA DE LA CASA"
____TEATRO /A/S_
Prez Prado Dolly Sister*
Martha Roth Oscar Pulido.
"Serenata en Acapulco"
Ademtr Pedro Armencttriz. *
"ROSAURO CASTRO"
HISPANO
Tin Tan, en
"Msiro. Poeta y Lee**
Arturo de Cordova, en
"BARRIO de PERDICIN"
VARIEDADES
ENRIQUE MUIO
El gran actor
argentino en
una pelcula
humana, dra-
mtica, plena
de suspenso!...
'DE HOMBRE
A HOMBRE'
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Charles Korvln Evelyn
Keyes. an
"MENSAJE DE LA
MUERTE"
Ademas:
Glenn Ford Broderick
Crawford, en
"EL DESTINO MANDA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
PORTENTOSA AVENTURA l
John Wayne Maureen
O'Haru. ri
RIO GRANDE"
Adamas: Rod Cameron, en
LLAMAS DE ODIO"
_TEATROEDISON_
Harold Lloyd, en
"Semana Sin Mircoles"
- Ademas: -
"LA CENICIENTA"
.
^ISTERMOSA^
MOCHE DE BANCO I
David Niven. en
"LA INOLVIDABLE"
William Lundian. en
"SIGEME en SILENCIO"
PACIFICO
Rey Rosan, en
Codician lia Limites"
Adems:
Jane Frasee, en
-Se Pake Eaeasica-1
I0EAL
Margaret Lockwood.
- en -
"AMOR CIEGO"
Merle Oberon. en
TRNTACION"____
APOLO
Bla no, u ira Amaro, en
"RINCN CRtOLLO"
A dems:
Ansel Garasa. en
-LOS AMORES DE
IN TOBRr



LUNES, MAYO U, 1951.
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
r^eai
atetan
Social
Telfono S-SUt
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: :* a U:H Mi
Aportado 134
Recepcin en la Legacin do
Italia
S. E. el Ministro de Italia y
u Baronesa Franca Rosset Ue-
siandr, han enviado invitacio-
nes para una recepcin que, en
celebracin del aniversario de
la fundacin de la Repblica 1-
Uiiana, ofrecern el prximo
sbado 2 de Junio, en la sede
de la Legacin
Para Sur Amrica
Despedimos cordialmeate
Seor Enrique Mir Quesada y
Su. Pachis A. de Mir Quesaja,
(ienes acompaados de sus ni
as, regresaron anoche a Ui.'.z
despus de haber pasado rulas
semanas en Panam, visitando
a sus familiares.
?1
De Sur Amrica
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida a 8. E. ei S&i-
uistro de Suecla en Panai..,
Coiombla y Ecuador, Seor Bry-
of Eng y 3ra., quienes se en-
cuentran en -nuestra capital,
hospedados en el hotel El Pa-
iiaxn.
Despus d haber pasado u>)a
temporada en Buenos Aires, se
encuentran de nuevo entre no-
ootros el Primer Secretarlo de
la Embajada Argentina, Seor
Luis Cimedo Zurriarn y Zr&.
-Viara K. de Olmedo y su tljo
i-os saludamos cordialmente.
US a b u rJL an di a
v
ha sido trasladado a Calle 44 No. 40
frente ai edificio Souza, Parque Urraca.
Telfono 3-1259.
Siempre a sus rdenes
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y uas.
Consultas por previa cita solamente.
Va Espaa No. I Telfono 3-1073
ENFERMEDADES DE NIOS
Clnica San Fernando (Tel. 3-6040)
Dr. EDGARDO BURGOS
(de 9 a II a.m. y de 3 a 5 p.m., los das hbiles)
Telef. residencia: 3-1716
'(Pan (R
ega/os
Ave. Tvoli No. 16
1a cada del pelo
^secura pronto yseourc
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y 2-1833
Saludamos atentamente a la
Seora Berta A- de Boyd, quien
ileg ayer de Lima en donde
permaneci durante una te.n-
porada visitando a sus hijos
Comandante Fernando Lino y
ara.'Olga Boyd de Lino.
Oe loe Estadas Unidos
Regresa hoy de los Estaos
unidos, la Srta. Aida Nfiez A-
.nado. La saludamos.
"Camino del Infierno", ser
presentada en pre-estreno
el mircoles en "/ Dorado"
Advenimientos'
, Nuestra congratulaciones pa-
ra el Sr. Alberto Alemn Jr., y
Sa. Peggy z. de Alemn, poi ti
advenimiento de su primognito
ocurrido el sbado en el Hospi-
tal Santo Toms.
Una nia, nacida en la Cl-
nica San Fernando, alegra ti
nugar del Sr. Heraclio Barietta
y Sra Elega O. de Barietta. Los
felicitamos.
Enfermos
Completo restablecimiento le
eseamoa a la Sra. Sara M. de
Arce, quien se encuentra reclu-
ua en su residencia, a conse-
cuencia de un accidente sufri-
do en das pasados.
Guarda cama en la Clnica San
Fernando el Seor Alberto Va-
harlno. Ojal mejore pronto.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Delia O. de P. de Mctta
Sra. Berta Maria de Romn
Srta. Yolanda Urrlola
3r- Enrique de la Guardia Jr
Ilven Florencio Daz Tapia
8ra. Celina Vejas de Blssop
Sra. Emma V. de Martinez
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Isabel Y. de Arosemena,
Sra. Cecilia M. de Valdi
, Srta. Raquel Lefevre Chiari
Seor Ricardo Cucaln
Seor, Eugiev*Orath
*Nlu Olga Aria.Arla*
Nio Luis Carlos Mller PeJro
S sesin de solemne pre-
o ser presentada, el pr-
ximo mircoles en el Teatro
Eldorado, una pelcula extra-
ordinaria. "Camino del Infier-
no'' es su titulo, -y ton ella se
consagr definitivamente una
gran artista: Leticia Palma,
considerada por la crtica como
la revelacin de 1961.
Un tema Intenso, r la his-
toria de una vida en pecado
mortal, due ni un amor gran-
lloso pudo redimir, sirven de
lervlo en este film sensaclo-
2______________
Religiosos ,
MES DEL SAGRADO CORAZN
DE JESS
Estamos llegando al mes de-
dicado al Sagrado Corazn de
Jess y este ao con la parti-
cularidad especial que el da lo.
de Junio celebramos la gran
ctival del Sagrado Corazn de
Jess y es al mismo tiempo Pri-
mer Viernes.
Con el fin de desagraviar al
ator, el Apostolado de la Ora-
cin organiza en la Parroquia
Se San Francisco solemnsima
festividades durante el mes ac
Junio: por la maana a las 3.30
y por la noche a las 7:30.
Todos los das se obsequiar
a los asistentes con una her-
bossima imagen del Seor, Ci-
cla da una distinta-
*olemne Novena en honor de
.Nuestra Seora de la Consola-
tion en la Iglesia de San Jos
Desde el Jueves 24 se est ce-
ldDrando en la Iglesia de San
Jos la solemne Novena de
Nuestra Seora de la Consola-
cin que tantos devotos cuc.ta
cu nuestra ciudad capital. A >as
7:S0 p.m. se hace la Exposicin
Mayor de la Divina Majestad,
ba.ito Rosarlo, Ejercicio de ja
Novena, Salve y bendicin cou
el Santsimo. Los tres ltimos
das habr tambin pltica, o-
Xieclmlento de flores y recita-
cin de poesas por las nias.
La Directiva de la Archlcfrc-
dla de Nuestra Sra. de la Con-
solacin Invita cordialmente a
los cofrades y a todos los devo-
tos de la Santsima Virgen a
estos solemnes cultos que sern
digno remate del Mes de Maii.
<&,w
JUEVES!
UNA PELCULA
MARAVILLOSA!
Combina las Notas Vibrantes
y Acaraciadoras de las Mejo-
res Obras Musicales Junto
con Escenas del ms Intenso
Dramatismo!...
rmauot ro famti
aSajaaiUi m
GVY ROLFE KATHLEEN BYRON
MTRXEOttYAN-RKMYSraiSER
n k Nwm mai
UNNfcatTWOCmES
JMAk UMVOSal-MTBtNATIONAl
Avisamos al pblico en general que el
VIERNES I9 de Junio comenzar nuestro
GRAN Y NICO BARATILLO ANUAL.
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
Otra Oportunidad para Usted.
Ayer recibimos unos cuantos
JUEGOS DE DESAYUNO ARVIN
con tapas de FORMICA que
resisten al calor, a los cidos
v a los cigarrillos .
CMPRELO por 'CLUB
La Casa de los Vidrios y los Linleos
Facilidades de Pago Servicio a Domicilio
Avenida Central 8 CLUB Telfono 2-24M
PREPRESE PARA EL JUEVES 31
FENOMENAL BARATILLO SE INICIARA EN
CENTRAL Cl
Ser algo grande, digno de tomarse en cuenta
entre los acontecimientos de este mes
Red Panamericana
tiene ios
mejores programas
est mal
casada, todo
puede
ocurrir I
AH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. tambin!
.- Deudosos y f ortif kantof
HOJUELAS PEAVWA3-1WNUT0S
cm
En todo el mundo los nios prefieren las
Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutoi. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les guita su
sabor. Srvalas y veri.
Luego srvase mitd tambin un plato
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno.
na

CHARLES BOYER
LINDA DARNELL
Michael Constance
RENNIE SMITH
E8TRENOI
JUEVES*
en el
TEATRO LUX
Una caracterizacin extra-
ordinaria de Charles Boyer.
ELDORADO
HOY!
LILIA DEL VALLE
DOMINGO SOLER
EN LA DELICIOSA COMEDIA DEL VETERANO CON
CORAZN PRIMAVERAL...
PARA QUE LA
CUA APRIETE
Se divertir aprendiendo la leccin de retirarse a
tiempo, evitando una desilusin...
MIRCOLES PRE-ESTRENO SENSACIONAL!
LETICIA PALMA
LA ESTRELLA DE 1951
en
CMlVO
UWWM
!
La Pelcula que Consagra
una Gran Artista...
una vida en pecado mortal que ni un
amor Inmenso pudo redimir!
%tet/o a pAtWtodo ^(miMm
Uaa mota ea cada caja
4a Aatal rae.
TVne aa cotia auave .. a
bwhiearo juxai.
lUaa Aniel Face Se
ASE Y POLVOS JUNTOSngel Face, el maquillaje compiti
que viene en una bella cajita azul y oro. |E* un encanto lo
fcil que te aplica ... sin agua ... sin mancharse loa dedo!
DURA MUCHO MSMaquillaje admirable, uniforme
... todo en uno! Cl nuevo Angel Face de Pond's
imparte a la tes un color auave, losano y juvenil...
y duro en el rostro mucho raa que loa polvo!
Jaina ae reseca ni luce brilloso.
"LO INDICADO" PARA LLEVAR EN LA BOLSAngel
Face est hecho para su bolsa. jNo ee derrama!
Llvelo siempre consigo y podr darte, con la mota
que trae, un maquillaje completo, realzado* ... en
cualquier momento dondequiera que rt\


TT Tan
. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO rNDETOfDIKNTK
r....." ----------- ? --
LUNES, MATO M, 1951]
*
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc ,
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros .Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
75 palabras.
3 por cada
palabra adicione.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SERVICIO LEWIS
Are. Tivoll S. 4
TaL t-mi
BJOSKO DE LESSEN
rr*ue da
NOVEDADES MORRISON
A. 4 da Jarle
Tal M4U
BOTICA CARLTON
Am. Mln4 lt.Ma
Tel USColea.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla ut Oeate He. ss
EL PANAMA AMERICA
CaHa "H" Na ST l\..u
.*. Caaltal 12-17 Cala
aan
Cooperan catorce Colombianos hacia el Frente
Icho todava ofrecimiento de
i fondos.
Los EX. UU. prometieron en
el otoo pasado que contribui-
ran con un milln de dlares,
al programa de la OEA, siem-
pre que esta suma no excedie-
ra del 70 por ciento de la suma
total aportada. Se calcula el
costo total del programa en
1,400,000 dlares.
El Conselo ha informado que
se ha recibido hasta ahora la
suma de 1279,000, incluyendo en
ella $260,00 de los EE. UU.
APROVECHE:Pinturas y esr.ioltes
extra brillantes o pruebo da moho
B.3.25 ooln. Almacenas Tropidu-
SE VENOIN:Ciarte, tobarla aajra,
acara acanalado, Ita-Toa I carton
aislador para cielos rosos) made-
ras, lavamanos, eseusodos, etc. a
las precias mes bajos en plaaa.
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Va Espa-
a, lletondo a Juan Franca. Tal.
3-1503.___________
Vendemos sacos usados de henequn.
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N.,
S. A. Fabrica de Mosaicos, Ave.
Cubo No. 8. ^__________
Vendemos y cortamos vidrios de to-
dos tomnos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N., S. A. Fabrico tit
Mosoicos. Ave. Cubo No. 8.
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plistico. pego de todo contra to-
do. CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fbrica de Mosoicos,
Ave Cubo No. 8.
SE VENCE:Suministro poro acuo-
rto, pececitos y plantos. Vio Es-
paa No. 1 1 trente establos Juon
Franco. Tel. 3-4192.
El Conol de Ponom ofrece en vento
, bajo propuestos selladas que se
obrirn a los 10:30 de la maana
del da 7 de junio de 1951, re-
facciones de vehculos o motor
poro carros y camiones Dodge y
Plymouth, situados- en la Seccin
"K", Almacenes de Balboo. tel-
fono 2-1465, y en los Almocenes
de Cristbal telfono 3-1256.
Se podrin obtener los formularios
paro los propuestas de los lugares
antes referidos o del despocho del
Superintendente de Almacenes en
Balboo, telfono 2-2777.
Acabamos de recibir cemento blan-
co pora la vento. CIA. D. NORIE-
GA. S A. Posadeno. No. 15, Tel
3-026O_________________________
" SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Frigidoire
Colc'woll De Luxe 8 p|es cbicos,
unidad nueva, recientemente ins-
tolcd, B.100. Lavadora Bendix
De Luxe, automitlca, B.100. Am-
bos 60 odos. Col Beorly. Tel. Al-
brook 2298.___________^^
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje, todos
los muebles de un oportamento.
Dirigirse, calle 49 No. 13. Tel.
3-2378.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje,
cantina Lo Aliados, calle H No.
12. Informes en la misma.
Por motivo de viaje se vende un al-
macn acreditado en el mejor pun-
to de la Avenida Central. Infrmese
en el Boiar Washington, Central
122.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Pick-up marco La Solle
y Packord Sedan modelo 1938.
Taller Sobonas. Buen precio.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaja en
lo .Avenido Central No. 217 Cali-
donia, la Refresquera La Victoria.
SE VENDE:Chalet en Bella Vista,
de tres recimoras, con cuarto y ser-
vicio poro empleada, pora informes
llame a la oficina Baquerizo. Tel.
3-0699.
SE VENDE:Estante de caoba y es-
tufa "Mogic Chef" en perfectos
condiciones. Calle 34 No. 7. Te-
\ lfono 3-0899, Panam.
SE VENDE:Peinodora caobo; B.20.
00; ocuda Calle 37 No. 28, Bella
Viste, Tel. 3-0296.'
Los aliados
y cuatro mil rojos con 500 a-
nunales de carga tratando de
escapar hacia el norte do 1
represa de Hwachon.
Hacia el este, elementos de la
Tercera Divisin norteamerica-
na, conquistadores de Inje. se
encontraban capturando un n-
ti.ero ms crecido' de tropas
chinas y norcoreanas que qae-
curon atrapadas en los bolsones
h(rededor de Sok.sa.
Los oficiales de la Segunda
Divisin norteamericana dijeron
que uno de sus unidades erriooa-
Curon dos grupos de chinos de
quinientos y mil hombres caJu
uno, al sur de Inje y los mata-
ciaron con armas de peoueo
calibre y el fuego de artille: iu-
El Comandante del Octavo E-
Irrclto, Teniente General Ja-
rres A. Van Fleet, dijo que la
actual ofensiva de las Naciones
Unidas en Corea continuar
liasta "que los exterminemos",
c^regendo que el avance de las
fuerzas aliadas sigue con xUo.
El General Van Fleet hizo las
fltclaraclcnes durante una vis'-
!, al frente en donde condecor
a cinco miembros de la 25a. Di-
v .ion con Cruces por servi-iio
istin- uiclo.
Con.ino diciendo Van Fiett:
Eslas Perfection
a Tenemos un surtido com-
pleto de las Inigualables
e; tufas "Perfection"
Obtenibles en Club, desde
B'1.50.
a Siempre tambin tenemos
un amplio surtido de partes
de repuestos DaTa estufas
PERFECTION, tales como
mechas, cuellos, chimeneas,
micas, quemadores, porta-
mecheros, etc
Si cen kerosn tiene que coci-
nar, nna "Perfection"
debe usar.
MUEBLERA
CASA SPABTON
: Central 223. Calidoni.
Tel. 2-1081
S VENDE:Uno cosa de concreto
amoblada en Nuevo Arroijn, con
4 recmaras, sala, comedor, porch
amplio, motor de lu, gollinero,
con mis de 100 gallinas, pida mis
informes a GABRIL NOVOA. Ca-
lle "M" No. 26. Tel. 3-2161.
SE VENDE:
. Casas
SE VENDE: Cuatro apartamentos
amoblados cerca playa en Seacliff
Acras, con 3,500 metros de terre-
no, olto y o nivel, agua y electri-
cidad. NADA MAS B.6.500. PA-
GARA POR SI SOLA DENTRO DE
5 AOS. Llame POSEY, Balboa,
2698.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
< ALQUILAN:txclus.vomant. po-
ro otlclnos loclos cntrico* on los
altos da Avenido Control 44 o
precios mdicos. Solicitan Inter-
moc-n en Almacenas 5 y 10 con.
tuvos
SE ALQUILA:O Vende. Local es-
pecioso coq bancos de primera
para mercada. Si le interesa hafa
su propuesta a los telfonos 3-
0338 o 2-3333.
SE ALQUILA:Local pora oficina,
arriba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Local para depsito,
1.000 M2, bajo techo, ontiguo
Fbrica de Mosaicos- Ideal. Carre-
tera Transsfmc*, entroda Locera
Tel. 3-0698, lerW Nex-
PERDIDO
PERDIDA:Perra da cacara, entre
lo carretero de Rio Abajo y Pana-
mi Viejo, color negra en el lomo
y chocolata en las patas. Avisar
xTal. 3-3107. Gratificacin,
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS moiz amarillo a B.4.-
00 qq. El Molino Criolla, Panomi.
'Nuestra tarea aqu es acabar
con ellos hasta que consideren
^ue han recibido lo suficiente
Continuaremos avanzando dtt-
ante todo el tiempo y con co-
das las fuerzas posibles".
El General Van Fleet deo.r.
contestar si pensaba que los
cuinos planeaban abandonar la
lucha en Corea.
"La presencia
causa de la salud del pals, por-
que conoce sus necesidades des-
de hace muchos aos y desea
aprovechar la oportunidad que
esta Administracin le ha brin-
dado, de rendir una gran tarea.
Manifest una viva satisfaccin
por todas las labores que ha
venido realizando tanto el Ing.
Juan de Arco Gallndo, Ministro
de Salud Pblica, como su ase-
sor tcnico el conocido mala-
rilogo y parasitlogo nacional,
don Pedro Gallndo en los pro-
blemas sanitarios. El slo he-
cho de que se hayan eoloepdo
en las distintas, jefaturas tc-
nicas titulados en Sanidad, es
ya una demostracin significa-
tiva de que nuestro Panam es-
t dispuesto a resolver sus pro-
pios problemas sanitarios con
conocimiento cientfico y tc-
nico y con decisin. Termin
diciendo que se auegra mucho
dele haber tocado cooperar ba-
lo tan buenos influjos en la
tarea sanitaria urgente del pais.
/7)OAi/1aO/
/ HABANA
pin cisuiza 11 cseii.o i mtmuc
AVISO
Aviso al comercio y al p-
blico en general que por Es-
critura Publica No. 892. de 17
de Mayo de 1951. adquir por
compra del seor Jos de la
Cruz Zarate, el estableci-
miento comercial de abarro-
tena y refresauera "COMI-
SARIATO ATLAS", situado
en Calle Jernimo de la Ossa,
casa No. 10, de esta ciudad.
Panam. Mayo 17 de 1951.
Rosa Mara Denis Herrera
Cd. 47-8298S
SE VENDE:Buick Sedanette 1946
en excelentes condiciones. Buenas
llantas, rodio, calentador. "Sun
Visor". B. 1,000. Col. Beorly. Tel.
Albrook 2298.
Aproveche ganga busito GMC 1949,
17 pasajeros, $1,250.00 efectivC
y asumir 10 letras $17.50 cada
una- Telfono 2-4008.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:-Empleada serio que
sepa cocinar y limpiar aparta
ment Vio Espaa 106 Apto- 4,
frente Pasadena.
SE ALQUILA
____Apartamento
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento en
Avenida Mxico final y calla 43
Este, lime 3-0140.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
no, alquiler razonable, todos con-
veniencias, con muebles o sin ellos,
apartamentos Britonio, Avenida
Mxico y Colle 43. Tel. 3-0568,
10 o 12 y 4 a 5.
SE ALQUILA: Magnficos oporto-
mentos de dos recimoras en casa
de lujo, calle 2o. No. 13 Perry
Hill. Para verlos preguntar en los
apartamentos 3 y 4 de la cosa;
paro alquilar Va Espaa 36 apar-
tamento A, de 7 o 9 de lo tarde
Moriono Ortega.
SE NECESITAEmpleado. Debe dor-
mir en el empleo. 34 Este No.
17.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro lo-
vor y planchar. Los Quintuples,
farmocio Mora, Apto, No. S. Ca-
lle Estudiante No. 77.
SE NECESITA:Empleada competen-
te que sepa planchar y cocinar,
para dos personas, si no sobe que
no se presente, buen sueldo, hay
que dormir en el empleo. Calle 46
No. 22.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera y
una empleada para oficios genera-
les de caso, no tienen que dormir
en el empleo. Ocurra a la Ave.
Manuel Ycaza en Campo Alegre,
No. 26.
SE NECESITAN: Doe empleados.
cuidor nioi y olicioi etneralti
Caf Sittn, cerca Jardn Balboa.
SE NECESITA:Una empleado, colle
30 Este No. 21, altos, atris esqui-
na Justo Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:Muchocha de 14
15 oos, por medio da, para ofi-
cios domsticos. Informes Dulcera
Astoro. Coll P No. 3 de 4 7
p. m.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera de expe-
riencia pora que sirva a la vez co-
mo ama de .llaves, poro rhotrirrp-
nio sin hijos. Buen sueldo. Tiene
que dormir en cosa. Intil presen-
tarse sin recomendacin. Ocurra
Avenida Central No. 59, bajos.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para tro-
bajo de cosa en general en calle
46, presentorse en Tropical Elc-
trico. Calle 1 y Monteserin.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento com-
pletamente amoblado, dos rec-
moros, muy fresco, frente ol mar.
Colla Uruguay No. 2, Tel. 3-0916
SE ALQUILA:Departamento gran-
de de .concreto, de sala, tres reci-
moras, cocino-comedor y servicios,
B.S0.O0. Transporte frecuente. En-
trado por Va Espaa Carrasquilla
calle 2da- No. 48 Tel. 3-0471.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos fras
eos, amueblados, con agua calien-
ta, telfono privado y servicio com-
pleto de Hotel. Hotel Roosevelt.
SE NECESITA
General
Excalente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 y 30 de edad que hablo Ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
rlo. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25. Panam.
SE NECESITA:Muchacho poro ha-
cer mondados y limpieza. Central
87.
SE NECESITAN: Dos jvenas con
experiencia en ventas, y bueno
presencia.-AMERICAN PROTEC-
TION, Ave. Central No- 47, Apto.
23, altos, Ponomi, Avenido Bol-
boa y Calle 6, Areno de Coln.
SE NECESITA:Monicuristo de bue-
n# presencia y experiencia. Ocu-
rro Soln de lellezo Americano,
calle 12 Oeste No. 55.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE NECESITA: Empleada servicios
domsticos. Debe dormir en la ca-
sa- Calle 2a. Perejil, casa Argelis,
apartamento 8, Tel. 3-1343.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para cui-
dar nio de 3 oos. 'Dormir en
trobojo. Colle 44 No. 9, Apto. 12.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para cui-
dar dos nitos de 4 y 5 aos, que
duermo en el trabajo. Campo Ale-
gre, Avenido Manuel Icaza No.
18.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada para ofi-
cios d.omsticos. Ocurra a calle
Coln No- 9, altos, Panomi.
SE NECESITA: Bueno lovondero.
Calle 47 No. 3, Apto. 5.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia y buenos referencias- Buen
sueldo. Calle 41 No. 19.
SE NECESITA: Empleado para
Abarrotero "Popular". Calle Co-
ln y 14 E. Sr. Ramirez.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ofi-
cios de casa y cuidado de nio. Re-
ferencias. Calla Empire 826-D,
Balboa.
SE ALQUILA^Cuarto Independien-
te. Acudo Via Espaa No. 36,
Apto. K.
' t -
SE ALQUILACuorto omoblado, en-
trada independente, preferible
persono buenas costumbres. Colle
a. Central, 4047, Apto- 15, Coln.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con o sin
muebles, hombre solo de buenas
costumbres, responsable- Calle 6a.
19, ltimo piso.
Un
convenio
tos en la Zona del Canal.
Los comerciantes tambin
presentaron a la consideracin
del Ministro Samudio una serle
de razones y Consideraciones de
diverso orden con la finalidad
de estudiar un proyecto sobre
la ley de aranceles que con-
temple las aspiraciones de los
comerciantes sin dejar de con-
siderar los intereses del Fisco.
Indican los comerciantes que la
actual ley de impuestos de in-
troduccin es enacrnlca y per-
judicial a sus inteses.
1*t "El AvUn Oiwrtnno*
Coma,
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GRIPA5 >
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pectoml san OT1QRE5
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Tenemos el surtido ms
grande y mis 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.
Are. Central 179 Tel. 3-014
Ciudad de Panam
MAQUINAS DE CARPIN-
TERIA
TORNOS MECNICOS
CARRETILLAS DE HIE-
RR0 pan construccin
de 2'i 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
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle l atete #4 Tel. S-ZC00
PARA REBAJAR
EXISTENCIA
tenemoa precio* espe i lea ea
loa siguientes articulas:
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
PERSIANAS PORRAS
. TELONES DE ALUMINIO
a TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Teir. 1-38*7 Panam
Vendemos
Solamente
Materiales
de
Construccin
de
Primera
Calidad
NUESTRO NOMBRE
ES SU GARANTA.
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0618
Calle Martn Sosa No. S
Tel. 3-1424
=
WILLYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
para cualquier negocio.
Su costo y mantenimien-
to es inigualable.
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agencia Willys)
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
o La ms antigua,
'o La mis acreditada,
o La de mayor stock.
SIEMTRK a SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2184Tel 1-88X4.
--".Almace Calle "I" #4
Tel. -175
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Va Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503

He aqu ratios aspectos del entrenamiento de la oficialidad
y tropa del batalln colombiano que han sido destinados al
frente de Corea y quienes fueron sometidos a un rigurosa
entrenamiento en los Estados Unidos de Norteamrica.
En la China Roja los juicios
de depuracin han adquirido
categora de deporte Nacional
El presidente de
la Junta Militar
revisa los gastos
LA PAZ, Mayo 28 El
Presidente de la Junta Militar,
Boliviana, ha declarado a la
prensa que actualmente revisa
el presupuesto general y el pre-
supuesto en dlares para esta-
blecer economas y se cancela-
rn partidas supetfluas.
Varios sindicatos mineros so-
licitaron al Ministro del Inte-
rior la libertad de su lider,
Juan Lechn.
El Ministro ofreci a los mi-
neros mostrarles los documen-
tos que comprobarn la parti-
cipacin de Lechn en activida-
des "contrarias al orden pbli-
co".
Truman y su hija
toman vacaciones
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 28 (UP)
La hija del Presidente de Ba-
Ujos Unidos, Margaret Truinoi.
parti para Europa en su pr-
a.er viaje al extranjero. La a-
compaan la secretarla de su
u>adre y dos agente del Scrvl-
HCAVG KONG, Mayo 28 (U
La agencia oficial noticio^
de la Ohlna Comunista rev
hoy que los Juicios comunista
de depuraclin estn adqu
riendo la categora de depor|
nacional.
Un despacho de Mukden dej
cribe una "gran concentra
de acusaciones" en la cuai mi
de un milln de personas asi"
tieron a trece mitinea simultl
neos y vociferaron acusador
contra una "gran cantidad .
contra-revolucionarlos" que \
ron fusilados enseguida.
Dice tambin que otros m|
ensimos millares de perso
oyeron la descrlpciln detalla]
por radio del desarrollo de
corfeentracin y expresaron
aprobaclin por 30 telfoit
instalados especialmente
ese fin.
co Secreto y lleva 10 valljasj
La Srta. Truman desemba
zara en Southapton y pasar
Londres la primera semana
sj Jira de un mes y medio.
Por otra parte, el Presiden
Truman har la semana pti
ma una excursin de cinco di
pur el Rio Potomac y la Bal]
Chesapeake en el yate preside
-_iui Williamsburg-
El Presidente partir ef~5
tes al medio da y regresar I
aos *de Junio a la misma hol
Lu acompaarn los miemof
uel personal de la Casa Blaul


LUNES, MATO M. 1151

KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA 8IET1
Tres Equipos Debutan Hoy En El Basket Mayor
Madurito vs. Lord Chester y Cyrnos vs.
BAM los dos partidos de esta noche
Otro triunfa de Contreras.
El jinete chileno Jorge Contre-
raa, que es una garanta para
loe apostadores, tiene ya nu-
merosos simpatizadores en Juan
Franco. En este fin de semana
Contrcras conquist' siete, gana-
dores y en.esta vlta que ofre-
cemos aqui demuestra gran es-
tilo al guiar al triunfo a la
nueva importacin de don An-
tonio Anguijola, Rinding East.
Segundo lleg en esta prue-
ba Silver Domin y tercero
Walrus.
Nuevo astro de la plata.
En esta magnifica llegada se
puedo captar el momento en
que l nuevo astro de la pis-
ta de Juan Franco, Main Road,
bajo la magnifica fusta del ji-
nete chileno Jorge Contreras.
Main Road galop a su anto-
jo en esta carrera y demostr
aus ganas de campen. Segun-
do lleg anal Dictador y terce-
ro Camar.
_---------------!-------------------------------------------------------------
Parti por delante
el Chesterfield en
el torneo de basket
Por ACHET
SI equipo Lord Chesterfield,
campen del pasado ao, parti
por delante en el Campeonato
de Basketball de la divisin ma
yor del Cricuito Mayor al ven-
cer al Mauricio en el juego de
inauguracin por 51 a 42 en el
Gimnasio Nacional
Su Excelencia el Seor Pre-
sidente de la Repblica, Don
Alclbiades Arosemena. lanz la
primera bola y el Juego se ini-
ci en forma rpida, tocando
le a los clgarrilleros anotar los
primeros puntos, sacando una
ventaja de cinto tantos, pero
los pupilos de Mauricio atrepe-
llaron terminando el primer
cuarto a a lo a favor de los
campeones.
El juego continu parejo has
\J* i segunda mitad del tercer
I tiempo cuando los BlgerrUleros
1 sacaron entaj de seis puntos,
y en el ltimo cuarto aumenta-
ron la distancia para triunfar
por 8 puntos.
El cobro de tiros libres con-
tribuy a la victoria del Lord
[Chester, ya que stos de 22 in-
I tantos encestaron 15. mlenras
[que el Mauricio de 29 inentos
I logr anotar nicamente 8 pun-
tos.
Fernando Tom result el ma
lyor anotador del Juego con 16
puntos; William del mismo
[equipo anot 14 y tambin rea-
lizaron buen trabajo Prez,
lantos y Frazer.
Por el Mauricio, James Bra-
Idy, el magnifico norteamerica-
Ino se luci con 14 puntos, si-
Igulendo E. Sonell con 11 tan-
Itos.
Los arbitros R. Bula y F. Per-
Idomo actuaron a satisfaccin.
iCicrra inscripciones
Ide baseball esta noche
|la Liga de Santa Rita
La Liga de Baseball de Santa
(lita citerra inscripciones hoy
i las S.00 p.m. para la cual se
cita a todos los miiembros de
pa Dlrelctiiva y Representantes
en el lugar de costumbre.
Para los interesados se hace
haber que la inescrlpcln y
fianza de la Meno res de B.15.00
v la Mayor de B.25.00 y pueden
llevarse a calle 17 frente del
3ampo de Juegos de la Quinta
fle Santa Rita.
Los Medias Blancas Sigue n
Firmes En El 2do. Lugar y
Ayer Vencieron Al Cleveland
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
En los Juegos celebrados ayer
en las Graneles Ligas los Gi-
gantes de Nueva York derrota-
ron a los Phillies de Flladelfia
por 2 a 0, con un ataque de
siete contra dos de los perde-
dores solamente.
Los Cardenales de San Luis
vencieron a los Rojos de Cln-
cinattlp or score de 6 carreras
al.
JLos partidos entre los Bravos
de Boston y los Dodgers de
Brooklyn y el de .los Piratas
contra los Cachorros fueron sus
pendidos por lluvia.
En la Liga Americana
Los Medias Rojas de Boston
ganaron dos veces a los Sena-
dores de Washington por ano-
taciones respectivas de 9 ca-
rreras a 3 y 7 por 1.
Los Medias Blancas de Chi-
cago derrotan otra vez a los
Indios de Cleveland por 5 ca-
rreras a 2, mientras tanto los
Tigres de Detroit vencan es-
trechamente a los Carmelitas
de San Luis por 3 carreras a 2.
Los equipos Madurito, Bam y
Cyrnos debutan esta noche en
la segunda fecha del campeo-
nato Provincial de Basketball
mayor masculino, en los dos
juegos que se ofrecern en el
Gimnasio Nacional entre los
quintetos:
MADURITO vs LORD CHESTER
7 p.m. y
BAM vs CYRNOS
8.30 p.m.
En el primer encuentro, el
Madurito tratar de iniciar sus
compromisos con una victoria
mientras que los clgarrilleros
lucharn para continuar invic-
tos en el comando del Campeo-
nato.
En la nmina del Madurito
tenemos a Presho, Andamio Aro
semena, Blades, Castorina, Go-
mes Mlcolta, Trowtt y otros
que rivalizarn con Santos,
Tom, Frazer, Prez, Williams.
Ortega, Armuelles, etc. del
Chesterfield.
Los arbitros de este partido
sern R. Naylor y E. Perdomo
y como anotador G. Morlaca y
L. A. Coutt.
Este encuentro est dedicado
a Don Carlos Eleta dueo del
Lord Chesterfield.
En el segundo Juegoo se pre-
sentarn los equipos Bam y
Cyrnos a iniciar sus compromi-
sos de la contienda, espern-
dose un cotejo reido y movido.
En el Cyrnos veremos a C. Mag-
daleno, Hlghtowers, Hoope, Al-
leyne, Alexander, Goodlng Pas-
chal y- otros que se enfrenta-
rn a Jugadores del Bam como
Cut Jan, Echeverra, Cellis,
C. Mlfdaleno, Ibaez, Rios etc.
Los arbitros para este parti-
do son Oliver Zachrisson y Ma-
nuel Cardales.
Main Road Galop A Su
Antojo Ayer La Carrera
Estelar De Juan Franco
Hbilmente guiado por el jinete chileno
Jorge Contreras obtuvo fcil triunfo.
Phoebus Apollo lleg en el ltimo puesto
Por RDEME
El Ancn Empat El Primer
Lugar Del Ftbol Mayor y El
Pacfico Mejor Colocacin
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de la. Cat
Provincial de Panam
Ditranl
Ancn
Hispano
Pacifico
G. E. P. PJc
3 2 I
............. 4 0 18
.........2 18 5
........... 8 8 8 4
Huracn ......... 1 1 8 8
Ibrico .............. 10 4 8
El Ancn empat ayer el
primer puesto del Campeonato
de Ftbol de Primera Divisin
de la Liga Provincial de Pana-
m al vencer en un reido par-
tido al Ibrico por un lanto
por cero, mientras que el Pa-
cfico mejor colocacin al im-
ponerse al Hispano por dos
goles a 1, en el cuadro del Es-
tadio Olmpico.
Los anconlstas actuando con
gran decisin y empuje logra-
ron la ansiada victoria que les
permiti subir al puesto de ho-
nor, tocndole a Arosemena
marcar el nico tanto del par-
tido. Con todo se registraron
varias protestas por el arbitra-
je de R. Hernndez y al unal
del encuentro se formaron fuer
tes disputas e Intentos de ri-
as.'
El segundo encuentro resul-
t tambin movido y atractivo
el primer tiempo termin i a 0
a favor de los pacifistas con
un goal pateado por Santiago
Jordn. En la segunda mitad F.
Cuella empat el marcador, pe-
ro luego el novato Arturo Luz-
cando le dio la victoria a los
blanquiazules con el segundo
tanto.
Con estos juegos termino la
primera vuelta del campeonato
del ftbol mayor de la capital,
encontrndose como el nico
invicto el Ditranl que marcha
empatado en el primer lugar
con el Ancn.
mine la
cazn del
CZEMA
L-LJia *,c"*" y. rlor drl khiu,
trupein o sarpullido, lo hacan iu-
Mrs continuamente y sufrir mo-
fiantos da angustia Interminable
entonces m tiempo que recurra al
almanta y cicatrizante I'nfaento
>" Para obtener pronto alivio.
I Loe Ingredientes del Ungento
fiTll* ft*,B 'Plmente psra
l1!" i1""" r '* plcaxon,
cat risa r las partas afectadas y
svolrsr a la piel su astsdo normal.
ac na ensayo, pues su resultado
para en muenn su costo. Bata da
ita en fmrraactaa,
Con un acto lucido y satisfactorio se
inaugur la temporada de basketball
Con visible entusiasmo e In-
ters se inaugur el sbado en
la noche en el Gimnasio Na-
cional la Temporada de Bas-
ketball de la Liga Provincial
de Panam con un Programa
que result lucido y satisfac-
torio.
El acto de apertura se vl
prestigiado con la presenci de
su Excelencia el Presidente de
la Repblica Don Alcioiades-
Arosemena, quien lanz Ir. pri-
mera bola del partido de inau-
guracin del campeonato de
primera divisin, entre Ches-
terfield y Mauricio, el cual los
ganaron los primeros. En el
Palco 6e Honor tambin esta-
ban presentes el seor Ministro
de Educacin, Profesor Ricar-
do Bermdez; el seor Minis-
tro de Obras Pblicas Ingenie-
ro Norberto Navarro; el Secre-
tarlo de la Presidencia, don J.
M. Vrela; el Director General
de Educacin Fsica, Lie. Ma-
nuel Roy, asi como distingui-
das damas y deportistas.
La funcin comenz a las 8 45
p.m. con el tradicional desfile
encabezado por los dinmicos
directores y simpticas madri-
nas a los acordes de la marcha
ejecutada por la Banda de la
Policia Nacional. Despus de
presentar a los conjunto* el
Presidente da la Liga Germinal
Sarasqueta explic el motivo del
acto y solicit la franca coope-
racin de todos para el xito
de esta temporada A coninua-
cln las madrinas ofrecieron
ram osde flores a ru Excelen-
cia el Presidente de la Repbli-
ca quien prometi un 'Trofeo
Eara el ganador del Torneo
uego se Inici el partido de
apertura del Campeonato de
basketball de primera catego-
ra del circuito masculino, cu-
ya relacin la damos en lugar
aparte.
MAIN ROAD confirm su
gran calidad al Imponerse f-
cilmente en la prueba princi-
pal de la cartilla hpica domi-
nical celebrada en Juan Fran-
co sobre una distancia de 1600
metros y por un premio de B.
1.000.00.
Fu esta una prueba en la
cual el magnifico Ingls hijo de
Fairway en Superbe, demostr
que au derrota en el Clsico
"Presidente" se debi solamente
a un capricho de la suerte y
que se perfila como- uno de los
mejores corredores que ha com
petldo en el Hipdromo Nacio-
nal.
En esta ocasin el oiipllo slel
Stud Cantagallo se coloc 'en
el comando desde la salida, pe-
ro su Jinete, el chileno Contre-
ras no lo dej extenderse y lo
mantuvo a un cuerpo de ven-
taja sobre Camar su ms con-
siste enemigo, mientras que los
dems quedaban rezagados. Al
pasar frente a la Tribunas el
engredo de Don Antonio An-
gulzola galopaba a su antojo
y cuando en la recta de Pani-
lla hubo un Intento de Dicta-
dor, Camar y Welh Loch por
colocarse en el lugar de prefe-
rencia, Contreras afloj a Main
Road y con gran facilidad fu
abriendo apreciable ventaja, de
tal manera que al entrar en la
tierra derecha, galopaba fcil-
mente por ms de cuatro cuer-
pos hacia el triunfo. Dictador
en los finales se present fuer-
te y ocup el segundo lugar,
mientras que Camar lleg en
la tercera colocacin. El gana-
dor del clsico "Presidente de
la Repblica". Phoebus Apollo,
defraud visiblemente a la
centela hpica, pues nunca
present carrera y lleg en la
ltima colocacin, bastante ale
jado del resto del pelotn.
El Stud Cantagallo se destac
En este fin de semana el
Stud Cantagallo, que tiene
ahora como silla principal al
Inete Jorge Contreras, logr
djudicarse los principales pre-
mios. El chileno demostr que
es una de las faustas ms dis-
tinguidas de Juan Franco. El
da sbado condujo a la victo-
ria a Gorsewood, y ayer a Has-
ter Star, Riding East y Main
Road. '
Tambin gan el sbado con
los ejemplares Milros y Sand-
wood y ayer tambin llev al
triunfo a Daiquiri.
Un palolaco que dt dolor
de' cabeza
En la novena carrera, ya pa-
ra cerrar la jornada hpica
sin ninguna incidencia, el ve-
terano "Mena Mena" Arose-
mena se acord de sus buenos
tiempos y sin recibir consejos
corri a la nueva Importacin
peruana Carmela II de punta a
punta y pagar al son de B.78.20
por cada boleto de a dos bal-
boas.
Los fanticos quedaron sor-
prendidos por la magnifica
presentacin de esta yegua, que
corri como una campeona de
distancias cortas.
Avenue Road venci a la "B"
En otra de las principales
de ayer Avenue Road derrot
a Full y Newminster en una
carrera bastante reida la cual
se vino a decidir en la tierra
final.
Avenue Road. Full y New-
minster lucharon en todo co-
mento por obtener el triunfo
y cuando lleg el momento de
decidirse la prueba el ms con-
sistente para los finales era
Avenue Road.
Los Bomberos tuvieron ayer mucha
agua y no pudieron jugar softball
Avisamos al pblico en general que el
VIERNES I9 de Junio comenzar nuestro
GRAN Y NICO BARATILLO ANUAL.
MgT. T A' S
COLN SOLAMENTE
=
ESTADO DE LOS
Compaa No, 1
Compaa No, 4
Compaa No. 2
Compaa No. 3
Banda Cornetas
Compaa No. 5
Permanente
Comandancia
Electricidad
Compaa No. 6
EQUIPOS ,
G. P. Pje.
.750
.667
.667
.667
.667
.500
.450
.333
.333
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Los muchachos del Cuerpo de
Bomberos que casi siempre su-,
fren debido a Ja falta de agua ]
para extinguir los incendios, la'
tuvieron ayer a montones y tu-
vieron que sufrir tambrn; pues
no pudieron realizar la Jornada
softbolera sealada para el do-
mingo.
Al efecto los juegos tuvieron I
qu eposponerse, pues la lluvia
comenz a caer en las primeras
horas de la maana y se agua-
ron las esperanzas d4 las fan-
ticos que siguen cjii inters es-
te circuito sbftboleo.
(So obstante en el da de hoy
conlnuar la Liga co nel par-
tido entre los equipos repre-
sentativos de la Compaa No.
6 vs la No. 5, choque que tendr
lugar a las 4.15 en el campo de
Santa Rita.
El mircoles se celebrar
otro juego y correr a cargo
de la Banda de Cornetas y la
Comandancia.
Hr el juego efectuado*il s~
bado pasado el equipo de la
Permanente proplnj una so-
berbia paliza a la 'Compaa
No. 3 por anotacin de 21 ca-
rreras a 6.
NUEVA TEMPORADA INAUGU-
RO EL SBADO EL BASKET-
BALL CAPITALINO...
Aqu ofrecemos estas dos vis-
tas exclusivas de la inaugura-
cin de la Temporada de Bas-
ketball de la Liga Provincial
de Panam, que tuvo lugar el
sbado pasado ea el Gimnasio
Nacional. En la primera vamos
a los equipos de primera cate-
gora, formados despus del
desfile, pudiendo apreciarse en
el extremo derecho al conjunto
de los clgarrilleros que triunf
en el juego de apertura.
En la segunda fotografa, ve-
mos a su Excelencia el Seor
Presidente de la Repblica Don
Alclbiades Arosemena, dispo-
nindose a lanzar la primer
bola para declarar oficialmente
inaugurado el Campeonato; lo
acompaa en este primer acto
de carcter deportivo del nuevo
mandatario, el seor Ministro
de Educacin, Profesor Ricardo
Bermdez, que est a su iz-
quierda, despus se ve I Seor
Secretario General de la Presi-
dencia, Don J. M. Vrela y en
el extremo derecho est el po-
pular y apreciado Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, Ingeniero Nor-
berto Navarro; adems se en-
contraban en el palacio de ho-
nor distinguidas damas y dea-
tacados deportistas.
(Fotos Domy)
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEPORTIVO AZTECA "J
Para maana a las 3.30 p.m.
en el Estadllo Olmpico estn
citados todos los socios y Ju-
gadores de baseball para tra-
tar asuntos relacionados con la
fiartlclpacln de los equipos en
a Junta de Santa mi; firma
de los contratos, repartlcllln
de unllformes, etc.
'-ea "El Aviso Oporfonn*
DEPORTIVO HISPANO
Informa a sus miembros que
el prximo viernes tendr Jun-
ta General a la hora y lugar
de costumbre, para acordar os
diferentes asuntos que Indican
los Estatutos.
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