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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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:01124

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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MAY *, 1951
FIVE CENtt
(U.S. Amir Photo by 8ft. Lynch)
(NEA telephoto)
CHAMP Irving Bolt, 13, of Memphis, Term., gets a big
kiss from his father after winning the 1991 National Spell-
ing Bee In Washington. Irving won by spelling the word
"cuisine" correctly after another contestant spelled it with
a "q" to start. t ___
Memorial Day Services
Set On Both Sides Of CZ
Memorial Day Observances.
In memory of World War II
veterans sponsored by the Vet-
erans Organizations on the
Canal Zone, with the coopera-
tion of the Armed Forces, will
begin at 7:00 a. m. tomorrow on
the Pacific side, and at 9:30 a.
m. on the Atlantic side.
The Boy Scouts will be the
first to participate at 7:00 a. m.
when they will decorate the
Veteran Graves at Corozal
Cemetery. *
Veterans will decorate the
Amador Cemetery graves In Pa-
nama at the same time.
The following schedule will
be observed for Pacific side re-
sidents:
7:30 Flag raising bv Scouts
at Balboa Heights, Diablo
Heights, Pedro Miguel, Cocoli
and Gamboa.
7:45 Floral Tribute will be
placed at the Columbarium In
Bishop Morris Hall at the
Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon In
memory of departed comrades.
7:45 Floral Tribute will be
placed at Memorial Tablet at
Balboa Heights by Boy and Girl
Scouts.
8:00 Ceremonies will be held
simultaneously at Cenotaph.
Balboa, at the Pedro Miguel
Locks and at Memorial Plaque at
Gorgas Hospital.
9:15 Special parade train
leaves Balboa Heights Station
for Corozal.
9:30 Decoration Day Parade
passes the Reviewing Stand at
Corozal station.
Best Seller
Banned By Army
Army officials revealed to-
dav that the current best
seller, "From Here To Eternity,"
a first novel by James Jones,
has been banned from all Army
libraries. No reason was given
for the action.
Navy source state that the
book is on the official Dept. of
Navy's Distribution list for
March and copies have not yet
been received by the 15th Naval
District Library.
The Air Force still carries
"Prom Here To Eternity" in its
libraries. The book is also avail-
able at the Balboa Librar/.
9:45 Memorial Services at
Corozal cemetery. Principal ad-
dress will be given by Ma]. Gen-
eral Ray E. Porter.
11:30 Memorial services at
Fort Amador.
1:00 p. m. USS Recovery
will leave Pier 18, Balboa for
memorial services at sea.
The Atlantic side schedule U
as follows:
9:30 a. m. Parade leaves
Cristobal fire station en route
to Mt. Hope cemetery, via Roose-
velt Avenue, and Bolivar High-
way. Reviewing stand at Bolivar
Highway and 16th Street. Ser-
vices at Cemetery will be held
following parade, with Col.
James E. Bowen, Jr. as principal
speaker.
9:30 a. m. Navy plane leaves
Coco Solo to drop floral wreaths
at sea.
12 Noon 21-gun salute, half-
masting of flag at Ft. Gullck.
1:00 p. m. Panama Canal
tugboat leaves Pier 9 for me-
morial services at sea.
Besides the 71st U. 8. Army
Band, and the 776th Air Force
Band, the Cuerpo de Bomberos
of Panama Band will participate
in the services.
The address at sea will be
given by Col. H. J. Turton,
USMC. Commanding Officer.
Marine Barracks, Rodman, and
chaplains of all faiths will be
present.
Veterans' organizations that
are sponsoring the Memorial
Dav Services are: United Span-
ish War Veterans. Veterans of
Foreign Wars of the United
States, The American Legion.
Daughters of the American Re-
volution, Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the US Ladles Auxiliary,
The American Legion Ladies
Auxiliary, and the Reserve Of-
ficer's Association, Department
of the Canal Zone.
Truman Doffs
Yacht Cap Again
WASHINGTON, May 28, (UP)
President Truman broke out
his yachting cap today to begin a
five-day holiday cruise in Lower
Chesapeake Bay. his first relief
from official routine since his
Key West vacation last March,
Remon Leaves
'Nacin' After
Press Flareup
Chief of Police Col. Jose A.
Remon today was no longer pres-
ident of La Nacin, S.A., publish-
ers of the afternoon newspapers
La Nacin and The Nation.
The head of the police Pana-
ma' only armed force an-
nounced his resignation yester-
day afternoon following vigor-
ous opposition from other Isth-
mian newspapers to an astonish-
ing La Nacin editorial openly
Inviting the people of Panama to
murder two former presidents of
i he Republic.
The editorial, covering four
columns of large ^pe, was front-
paged In Saturday's La Nacin
and reproduced In lull on an in-
side page In Sunday's edition.
In revealing his resignation
Remon gave as his reasons his
"lack of Intervention in the
matters which are published
therein and the lack of time to
look after them It that were
my desire."
The Chief of Police made no
reference to the fiery editorial
which called on the people In
general to kill Dr. Harmodio Arias
(publisher of this newspaper)
and his brother Dr. Arnulfo.
who is presently In 1 all follow-
ing the recent disturbances
which culminated in his removal
from office by the National As-
sembly.
Yesterday Dr. Harmodio Arias
pointed out that the "Incitement
to murder" appeared in the pa-
per which carried the police
chief's name as publisher. Har-
modio added that anybody who
wished to accept the Invitation
to kill him would run no risk
"..ecause I do not carry any
weapon." __ ,
An editorial in today's El Pa-
nama America points out that
the unanimous opposition by
the press and the people of Pa-
nama to the La Nacin editor-
ial is proof that Panamanians,
notwithstanding their natural
Inclination to passion in con-
nection with politics, still can
remain a dignified and cul-
tured people and repudiate
anyone who, directly or in-
directly, takes political contro-
versies to the field of villainy
and cowardly action.
Without mentioning Col. Re-
mon by name the editorial states
that the public well knows on
what indispensable pillar the
short-lived dictatorship rested
and received aid and comfort;
that the public knows who had
reiterated support to Former
President Arnulfo Arias in pite
of the fact that the Assembly
had formally declared Alcldlades
Arosemena to be president; and
that only after enormous public
pressure and the assistant police
chiefs (Bolivar Vallarlno and Sa-
turnino Flores) Identified them-
selves with the civic movement
was the support of the police
withdrawn from the dictatorship.
The editorial closes by remind-
ing Panamanians that demo-
cracy In Panama is still con-
sidered a larce, at home and
abroad, that the civic movement
of May 10 Is only half won and
that peace and tranquility will
not return to the country until
the Issue of military obedience to
the laws of Panama Is definitely
solved.
Jail Anti-British
Bombing Suspects
BELFAST, Northern Ireland,
May 29 (UP) Thirteen men,
including three former leaders
of the violently anti-British
Irish Republican Army, were
rounded up by police here to-
day after two bombing inci-
dents protesting the scheduled
visit of the British King and
Queen here Friday.
Red Rearguards Stiffen;
UN 'Hot Pursuit' Halted
Britain Gives In To Iranian
Oil Industry Nationalization

:\
LONDON, May 29, (UP) Brit-
aln today formally approved some that would help, still stands.
form of nationalization of Iran's
oil industry provided the nation- block was that Iran has not and
alizatlon Is negotiated on terms still does not show any Intention
giving a fair deal to the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company.
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Foreign Secretary Herbert unilaterally In violation of
Morrison read to a grave House
of Commons a statement which
in effect bowed to the Inescapa-
ble fact that Iran has taken over
the greatest oilfields In the Mid-
dle East.
Morrison stuck stubbornly to
Britain's position that Iran can-
not nationalize her oil Industry
unilaterally, but It was clear that
Britain had backed far from her
stand of a month ago when the
nationalization was denounced
as "expropriation."
The Foreign Secretary said:
"His Majesty's Government is
still anxious to see this dispute
settled by negotiation, and its of-
Anil-Communists
Hold Solid Load
In Italian Elections
ROME, May 29 (UP) Italy's
anti-Communist forces appear-
ed to hold a solid advantage
over the Communist Party with
one tHft of the total vote
counted In Italy's municipal
elections.
Premier Alclde de Gasperi's
Christian Democrats and the
Communists were running neck
and neck with Just over 3,000,000
votes counted.
But as these votes included
those from the Leftist strong-
holds, but not those from Gov-
ernment strongnolds, the Chris-
tian Democrats were doing well
to be level with the Commu-
nists.
At the latest stage of the
counting the Communists had
polled about 40 per cent of the
votes, compared to their 45.8
per cent poll In the provincial
capitals In the 1946 elections.
The Christian Democrats have
taken about 39 per cent of the
votes, the Right Wing Socialists
10 per cent, the Liberals 4 per
cent, and the Neo-Fasclst MNI
party four per cent.
Communists maintained con-
trol In small Predapplo. birth-
place of Fascist dictator Benito
Mussolini.
Oranges Scattered
On Randolph Road
As Truck Upsets
Reckless driving yesterday af-
ternoon caused a 1980 one-ton
stake body truck to collide with
a guard rail, bounce over It and
then rest on a side at the Inter-
section of Boyd-Roosevelt High-
way and Randolph Road, a re-
port from the Cristobal Police
Station revealed.
The truck, operated bv a Pa-
namanian farmer, Ubaldo Luis
Quintero, 26. resident of Cam-
pana, carried one passenger,
Jose Aparicio, and a load of
oranges. Although no one was
injured, the oranges were scat-
tered about the area.
Quintero was booked for reck-
less driving and was released on
bail until 8 a. m. May 31.
Venus Makes Night
Hideous On Height
The disturbing noise of a
motor caused the occupants of
the Governor's residence to re-
gister a complaint with the
Balboa Police Station late last
night.
Investigation revealed that
the noise came from a gener-
ator motor on the purse seiner
"Venus" which was docked at
Pier 7, Balboa. Since this boat
has no power hook-up with the
Canal electrical system, it was
necessary to operate the gen-
erator to provide electricity for
the boat.
Captain West, Balboa Port
Captain, was contacted and
agreed to move the "Venus" to
another berth which would
place a building between the
boat and the Governor's re-
sidence.
fer to send a special mission, If
Morrison said
stumbling
of agreeing to negotiation, but
apparently intends to continue
its
contract with the British-owned
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
Britain has noted with particu-
lar satisfaction, Morrison said,
that the United States had spok-
en publicly against "unilateral
cancellation of contractual rela-
tionships and actions of a confla-
catory nature."
Meanwhile In Teheran tanks
were massed at police headquar-
ters and United States embassy
personnel were asked to remain
Indoors, as the city prepared for
trouble at a mass meeting called
for this afternoon by the enm-
munlst-led "Society ARainsl Im-
perialist OH Companies."
The society in which ob-
servers detect the hand of the
banned Tudeh (Commu n i s t)
Party called a mass demons-
tration to mark the 18th anni-
versary of the signing of the 1933
oil pact with the Anglo-Iranian
Company.
As Parliament approved the
extension of martial law in the
oil fields for another two months
reports circulated about the
"friendly chat" United diates
Ambassador Henry F. Gradv had
with Premier Mohamed Mossa-
degh last night.
British sources said Grady
spent an hour trying to convince
Mossadegh that the crisis would
be better solved around a confer-
ence table In the International
Court at the Hague than by force.
Brisbane Scientist
Predicts Floating
Earth Satellites
BRISBANE, May 29 (UP)
Doctor D. F. Martyn, a scientist
with the Australian Radio Re-
search Board who had helped the
Brlthsh develop radar beiwe.s
man may float "satellite earths"
25,000 miles in sky within the
short period of ten yean.
"This Is not comic book fan-
tasy it definitely will be done"
he told Science Congress last
night. "We shall succeed in fir-
ing earth satellites Into space so
that they will halt exactly 25,-
000 miles above earth." Martyn
explained that the earth satel-
lites would be useful for both
scientific and military purposes
because they could carry Instru-
ments to transmit data to earth.
He also claimed that television
set owners would be able to "keep
an eye" on enemy movements.
Martyn did not specify whether
or not these satellites could car-
ry human beings.
Mossadegh reportedly said he
was willing to meet representa-
tives of the Anglo-Iranian Com-
pany, even If they were the two
British Government representa-
tives on the Board.
He has refused to discuss the
nationalization of the company
directly with the British Gov-
ernment.
He also reportedly agreed he
would not take military action
against the company If It main-
tained that it could rightfully re-
sist what It regards as seizure.
But he warned that Iran could
make It uncomfortable for the
company to continue operations.
He listed customs duties and In-
spection of the company's books
as among the legal harassntents
he could invoke.
Judge Dismisses
Motions Barring
Nazi Executions
WASHINGTON. May 29 (UP).
Federal Judge Walter Bastan
today dismissed two motions
which would have barred the ex-
ecution of seven Nazi mass mur-
derers because the constitution of
the West German Republic out-
laws capital punishment.
Bastan stayed the execution
of the seven the last Nazis still
held under sentence of death
at Landsberg last week. Today
he extended that stay till June
S.
He said he believed the Court
of Appeals should be permitted
to review his decisions.
The United States 8upreme
Court has twice rejected appeals
by the doomed men.
Thaddeus Braddy
Dies In Florida
Thaddeus W. Braddy, former
Canal-Railroad employe well-
known for his activities in con-
nection with local lumber opera-
tions, died In February in Flo-
rida, according to Information
recently received on the Isthmus.
He was 73 years old.
At the time of retirement In
November 1940, Mr. Braddy was
Lumber Inspector of the Store-
houses Division.
He was a lumberman of long
practical experience and was re-
cognized as an expert on native
hardwoods. The wide use of
native hardwoods In the Canal-
Railroad organization was at-
tributed largely to his wide
knowledge of tropical timbers
and his personal efforts to make
a success of local logging opera-
tions, i
Mr. Braddy was first employed
In November 1914 as lumber
Inspector and served in that ca-
pacity throughout about 24 years
of service.
TOKYO, May 29 (UP) The Red retreat in Korea
appeared to have ended today as a strong rearguard force
put up suddenly stiffening resistance to the Allied of-
fensive.
Southbound supply trucks were again streaming into
the Communist supply oreas.
The 8th Army gained a maximum of six mile today
in its relentless "hot pursuit" campaign. On all critical
fronts the Reds fought fiercely. Allied advances were
measured in yards.
A North Korean division battled crack American
troops almost to a standstill to hold open the last, nar-
row escape route for the remnants of a Communist Army
around the eastern end of the mountain rimmed Hwachon
reservoir.
The Yanks hacked out a one mile gain in hand to
hand fighting, but failed to seal off the mountain trail.
er against Intense Communist
fire.
Strong resistance in this are*
Indicates the Reds have not a->
bandoned' their wedge of South
Korean territory across the Im-
jln River, northwest of Seoul.
Last night B-26 light bomber
and land based Marine fighter
attacked at least 225 of the hun-
dreds of Communist vehicle
streaming down from North Ko-
rea with supplies streaming down
from North Korea with supplies)
and reinforcements.
78 British Coal
Miners Trapped 900
Feel Below Surface
EAS1NGTON, England, May
29 (UP) Fourteen bodies had
been removed from the Eastag-
ton coal mine today eight hour
after 78 men were trapped in
the pit by an explosion.
The explosion occurred 90O
feet underground In one of Bri-
tain's largest mines at 4 a. m.
Miners In other pits imme-
diately began digging through
debris to reach their trapped
comrades.
The rescuers were handicap-
ped by bad air in the debris-
strewn passageways.
Clergymen from the surround-
ing area prayed with teary-
eyed relatives near the pithead.
No Action Seen
Before Next Week
On Tax Relief *
WASHINGTON, May 29 (DP).
_ An official of the House
Ways and Means Committee
said today that It will prob-
ably be a least a week and per-
haps considerably longer be-
fore the committee takes up
the question of reUef for the
Panama Canal Zone from re-
traoctive income tax pay-
ments.
The official said no general
committee meeting is planned
before June 4.
A South Korean division drove
to the south bank of the reser-
voir, splitting a Red pocket be-
low the 12-mlle long lake.
But the bulk of the Commun-
ists still below the reservoir had
apparently shifted cast to funnel
out through the narrow trail
still open to them.
The Reds fought back and
slowed the Allies' drive up three
main roads Into the Kumhwa-
Pyongyang-Chorwon "Iron Tri-
angle," the Reds' usual buildup
area.
Allied columns driving towards
Kumhwa from Hwachon on the
southeast and Yongpyong on the
south ground out one mile gains
against well dug-ln battalions of
Chinese.
American Infantrymen driving
up the main Seoul Chorwon
highway ran into withering ma-
ctilnegun. mortar and light artil-
lery fire south and west of Yon-
chfn. seven miles north of the
border.
This stubborn delaying action
was staged in an area through
which an armored task force had
passed yesterday in a drive which
rolled to within 10 miles of Chor-
won before the column withdrew
to the main 8th Army lines for
the night.
On the extreme west flank of
the 100 mile wide battlefront
8outk Korean troops forced a
crossing of the Imjln River a-
galnst a North Korean regiment.
They secured a mile-deep bridge-
head on the west bank of the rlv-
Oldtime CZ Barber
Dies In Gorgas
George B. Guibert. former
barber at Ancon. Balboa and
Fort Kobbe, died yesterday at
Gorgas Hospital where he had
been a patient since May 21. He
was 81 years old.
He had been at Corozal Hos-
pital since December 1949 and
was transferred to Gorgas fol-
lowing an injury.
He was born in Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania, and had been on
the Isthmus 33 years.
His survivors Include one son.
Abel, who Is employed at 9mm
Airport._________
Hawa/7, Alaska Statehood Ideas Makes
Headway In Senate Despite Opposition
By DREW PEARSON
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SHOWN ABOVE is the first of Panagra's DC-3 planes with
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In Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile.
Branilf Visitors
William Taylor from the New
York and Dallas office arrived on
Branlff Flight 603 Friday for a
two-week visit during which time
he will observe Latin American
operations. s
Ernesto Salinas arrived on
Braniff Flight 400 Sunday morn-
ing. He Is the Manager of the
Guayaquil office, and Is sched-
uled to depart Wednesday night
on Flight 403.
183 Passengers Leaving
Friday Aboard SB. Panama
The SB. Panama will leave the
Isthmus Friday with a load of 18
passengers, according to the ad-
vance passenger list from the Pa-
nama Line offices at Balboa
Heights.
The complete advance passeng-
er list follows:
Miss Johenna E. Ahlrlchs, Mrs.
Belle Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Beal and two children; Col. and
Mrs. James H. Bearly, Mr. and
Mrs. Junlous L. Bolin, Miss Mar-
garet C. Brenneman, Mrs. Ge-
raldlne Brooks and two children,
Rev. George Callahan, Mr. and
Mrs. John S. Campbell, Cpl. and
Mrs. Harold R. Chllds, Mrs. and
Mrs. William T. Compton and
three children, and Miss Flo-
rence Gracelius.
Mrs. Frances G. Dawson and
son Mr. and Mrs. Herschell
Dempsey and three children, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard G. Dlnkgreve
and daughter, Frank J. Dolan,
Mrs. Glendora A. Dorsey, William
R. Dunning and daugjiter, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard A. Edmonson
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rus-
sell W. Elwell and two children,
Mrs. Margaret C. Falk and son,
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Figei and
two children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
gar D. Foreman and three chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. For-
rest and two children.
Mrs. Zelda E. Olassburn and
two children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
T. Halvosa, Jr. and two children,
capt. and Mrs. Robert S. Hamil-
ton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Alclde
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE
US Shoestring Air Force Only
Rein On Russia Vandenberg
By John L. Steele
WASHINGTON, May 29 (UP) Gen. Hoyt S. Van-
lenberg warned yesteday against wasting the shoestring
I. S. Air Force in an expanded war with Communist China
ecause air power is the only thing that keeps Russia
rom starting World War III.
He said America's strategic air power would have to
e "roughly double" present strength to carry out Gen.
)ouglas MacArthur's Far East war proposals and still have
mough planes to serve as the "sole deterrent to a Rus-
I Wn Format reason, the Air Force Chief of Staff'told Sen-
lators investigating MacArthur's dismissal, he opposed the
general's proposal for bombing Chinese Communist bases
I in Manchuria.
(Vandenberg made these other
. ^D The Chinese Communists in
iKorea are using a R"8;^^'1
let aircraft engine that is better
I than anything the United States
I has. But American tilers are bet-
Iter trained and better gunners.
me Russian Jet Is a very much
I improved version ol an engine
sold them by British
2) Diversion of S. Plan" *
the Far Bast would strip Arner
lean defenses ';naked for several
I years to come." .
8) The present planned Air
Force ol 95 groups is "*}m?l
a stepping stone toward tne
force that we beUeve is neces-
sary" to meet commitments at
home and abroad The Air For-
ce today does not nave tne
power to meet commitments al-
ready made in Europe.
4) The United States now has
the air power to "lay waste in-
dustrial centers in Russia or cm-
na its primary strategic job in
any all-out war but doesnot
havcthe power to do It in both
countries. Until it is built up the
Air Force must be used very
curefullv '*
5) Air bases In Europe, includ-
ing Spain and England, are not
essential" to striking Russia
successfully, but they are cer-
tainly desirable" because it would
take many more aircraft to fly
all the way from home bases to
hit Soviet cities.
6) The United States now is
"relatively safe" from air attack
but "tomorrow, in my opinion, we
will not be." He said he meant
when the Russians have develop-
ed their long-range air force and
have more atomic bombs.
71 The United States and its
European allies will have to "lift
their sights" on tactical air sup-
port from 33-1/3 to 50 per cent
to meet all commitments to aen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower** planned
40-divlsion European defense ar-
my.
Vandenberg stressed that al-
though be considers the air
force in its present stage a
mere "shoestring" operating, it
still is the only thing that pre-
vents Russia from starting an
all-out war. Therefore, he said,
he did not want it dissipated
in the larger Korean war re-
commended by MacArlhur.
Under questioning by Sen.
Theodore F. Oreen, D., R. I.,
Vandenberg said that even if
U. S. planes "devastated" Man-
churia and "knocked out the
principal Chinese cities" it would
not necessarily mean the end of
the Korean war.
He said Russia still could "keep
the fighting going" by suppying
all the war supplies needed by
the Communist armies. But he
twice acknowledged there was a
"good chance" the Chinese would
itary actors and "concurred*
tne decision.
sue for peace if the full power
of the U. S. Air Force was used
against them.
He added, however, that tne
present plan to "kill as many
Chinese Communists as possible
without expanding the Korean
war also offered "reasonable
chances" of a negotiated peace.
He cited instances In which the
air force could have expanded its
fighting in Korea. They included
attacking the Red Chinese be-
fore they struck last December,
conducting "hot pursuit" of en-
emy planes across the Yalu River
and bombing power reservoirs In
North Korea.
None of these steps would have
been decisive, he said.
During questioning by Sen.
Lyndon B. Johnson, D., Tex;,
Vandenberg said there might be
conditions which would change
his opposition to bombing Man-
churlan bases. But he added that
he foresaw none at this time.
"In view of the world situation,
In view of the strength of our
Strategic Air Force In view of
the difficulties we have In Ko-
rea, in view of the global situa-
tion, I do not recommend it,' he
said.
Johnson then asked If Vanden-
berg feared that bombing Chi-
nese bases would risk loss of U. S.
bases in the Far East. Vanden-
berg replied that he would like
to state his views this way:
"The use of the U.S. Air Force,
if used as a whole, can lay
waste to Manchuria and the
principal cities of China but...
the attrition that would in-
evitably be brought upon us
would leave us, in my opinion,
naked .for several years to
come."
Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, R.,
Mass., questioned Vandenberg
about meetings of the joint
chiefs of staff before Mr. Tru-
man announced his decision to
relieve MacArthur.
Like Gen. Omar N. Bradley,
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs,
and Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Ar-
my Chief of Staff, Vandenberg
testified that the Chiefs were
asked for their views on the mil-
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The committee will question
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Adm. Forrest P. Sherman, Chief
Sf Naval Operations, tomorrow,
t hopes to finish with Sherman
In one day of testimony and call
Secretary of State Dean Acheson
Thursday.
Local Group Forms
Civic, Social
Arid Sporting Club
A group of young men and
women of this city, at the home
of Alfred Daniels, located on Cen-
tral Avenue, house No. 2, room
6. recently formed the Chib Social
Copac abana.
Officers elected were: Presi-
dent. Benito Springer; Vice Pres-
ident, Wendel Watson; Secretary.
Elena Davis; Treasurer, Elgie
Richards; Business Manager.
George Woodbine; Advisor. Al-
fred Daniels; Trustees, Edward
Robinson and Pearl Nelson,
members. Dorothy Herbert and
Mavis Smith.
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MONROE. La.. May 29 (UP)
William D. Townsend. 105,
headed north from here to receive
a fancy tailored Armv uniform,
although he was only a private
In the "War Between the States.
Townsend and his 80-year-old
wife. Maggie, left by train
for the United Confederate Vet-
erans final reunion at Norfolk.
Va.. beginning today.
Townsend is Louisiana's last
Confederate veteran. He knock-
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pipe and said he felt "sprv as a
rooster," but he was obvlouslv
nervous.
His big wprry. he said, was a-
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the big doings in Norfolk. He
wired ahead fos- a tailored uni-
form for the occasion, and got
word that a completely regal
outfit was waiting for him.
Townsend said he was no
military strategist, but that
Diere was no doubt about which
side should have won the war.
"We had 'em on the run once
and should have licked 'em. I
don't hold any hard feelings for
the Yankees, but I don't care
too much for 'em, either." Town-
send grinned.
He hasn't been back to Mis-
sissippi since he got captured
at Vicksburg. Townsend enlist-
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battles at Plneville, La., Colum-
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When he was released bv Fed-
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six years, he has lived at Olla.
Townsend was eager about
the trip. The only part he mind-
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go "so far north."
He has attended onlv one
other Confederate reunion, at
Blloxi. Miss., five years ago.
Townsend doubted that he would
remember any of his old bud-
dies, but said he wanted to go
to Norfolk just the same
" 'cause it's the last one."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TI8DAT, MAT W. II
Memorial Day Swim Meet Slated At Balboa Poo

Best Swimmers In C.Z.,
Panama To Participate
CZ Track, Field And Cycle Meet On Tomorrow
The top swimming stars of the Republic
! and the Canal Zone are ready for tomorrow'
Memorial Day Swim Meet at the Balboa Pool which is
| scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m.
! Prom the novice classes for
boys and iris to the top classes
t Tor men and women, there will
be prizes for the winners donated
by Dodge-DeSoto, Smoot St Pa-
! redes and Chesterfield. '
The Knights of Columbus and
; the Elks Lodge No. 1414 have;
. purchased two beautiful trophies j
' for the Elks 800 meter men's
'. free style event and the Knights
of Columbus ^00 meter women's
; free style. There are the feature
. contests of the day.
Officials from tne abovemen-
'. tioned organizations will present
the awards afier the meet.
Among the stars who will par-
ticlpate in the 800 meter event
' are David McHaneley, Laney
'. Gunn, David Otter, Jerry Ashton,
Dick Mallett, BUI Henderson,
the Physical Education and Re-
creation section, Division of
Schools.
OFFICIALS
Referee St Starter: John Pet-
tinglll.
Director: Louis Fanucci.
Clerk of Course: Charles Con-
nors.
Judges
1st Place: O. Walbrldge.
2nd Place: J. McConaghy.
3rd Place: D. Potter,
Recorders
P. Frazler.
M. Mal.'an.
P. Karst.
C. Ely.
A. Holcomb.
Timen
J. Walbrldge tCT>.
H. Letsey.
of*,, White Sox Will 12th Straight
To Take American Loop Lead
FAVORED TO COP 200 Helen Edwards, above, is one Of
the favorite* to cop the featured 200 meter Knight* of Col-
umbus event. Arlen- Schmidt, last year'* winner, is out to
make it two straight.
iim Forbes and Donald Connor i
holder of the record for the
Panama Limon Bay Swim Ma- |
rathon from the Canal Zone.
I .mama will be represented in
the 800 by the identical Beaure-
gard twins, Ricardo and Carlos,
and also Alcldes Bernal. In add-
ition tliese entries. Coaches Adan
Gordon and Napoleon Franco are
withholding a tew surprise en-
tiles until the last minute.
Slated to compete In the 200
meter K. C. swim are Helen Ed-
wards, Marilyn Ford. Yolanda
Die/, und last years winner, Ar-
lene Schmidt. No Panama entries |
for this event have been disclos-
ed.
SWIMMERS INTERS TED
IN COMPETING IN ANY OF
THE 31 EVENTS ARE RE-
MINDED THAT THEY MAY
SIMPLY REPORT TO THE
BALBOA POOL AND INDI-
CATE THE EVENT. IN WHICH
THEY WISH TO PARTICI-
PATE. NO PAPER ENTRIES
ARE REQUIRED.
ThLs swim meet Is sponsored by
L. Morrison.
Award Managers
V. Leaver.
T. Ford.
Chairman
of the
Grleser Award Committee
Guidon Walbrldge
ANNOUNCE!
Ken Mallard
Knights of Columbus
award for:
200 mtr. women's trophy.
Elks Lodge
award for:
800 mtr. men's trophy.
ORDER OF EVENTS
1. 50 mtr.Breast stroke, wo-
me. unlimited.
2. 40 mtr.Free style, boys 14
years.
3. 20 mtr.
years.
4. 20 mtr.Free style, girls 6
years.
5. 20 mtr.Free style, boys 8
years.
-Free style, boys 6
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, May SB. The
White Sox at long last climbed
to first place in the American
League when Saul Rogovin pitch-
ed them to their twelfth straight
rlctory a two-hit 4-2 decision
over the Browns in a Chicago
night game.
Plaving at home before 23,-
III happy howling fans after
a road trip in which they won
leven straight gamos, they
moved ahead of the Yankees
who suffered a 3-2 loss to the
R*d Sox In a Boston arc-light
contest.
In the only other Amerclan
League game, Bob Feller of the
Indians topped the Tigers 9-0 In
a Detroit night game.
In the National League, the
Dodgers stayed two-and-one-
half games In front of the sec-
ond, place Cardinals by defeat-
ing the Phillies 4-3 in a Phila-
delphia night contest.
The Cardinals edged the Pi-
rates 6-5 In ten innings In a St.
Louis after-dark contest and the
Braves topped the Giant* 4-1 be-
hind Warren Spahn in a Polo
Grounds night game. Phila-
delphia at Washington and Chi-
cago at Cincinnati were rained
out.
Rogovin also got a double and
a single In winning. He had the
fans panicky at the start when
he walked three Brown batters
In the first inning. He settled
down and sharp fielding saved
him then, although two more of
the eight walks he served up led
to Brownie tallies In the fifth
and seventh innings.
Eddie Robinson drove in two
runs with singles sending home
what proved to be the winning
ran in the two-run White Sox
fifth.
The Red Sox made it eight in
a row and moved to within three
games of the top with their key
victory In the opener of the big
series with the Yankees.
Feller won his sixth victory
while pitching a six-hitter and
getting three hits to drive in two
runs. The Indians' Luke Easter
homered and George Stlrnweiss
singled three times.
Carl Furilio hit a ninth in-
ning Dodger homer as Ralph
Branca pitched a seven-hitter
over the Phils and hit two'
doubles to drive in two of four
runs off Lefty Ken Helntzel-;
man.
Gil Hodges scored the other
Dodger run with his 15th homer.
Heintzelman struck out eleven
Dodgers, Including Cal Abrams
and Duke 8nider three times
each, but seven of the Dodgers'
ten hits were for extra bases.
Spahn struck out eight Gi-
ants and was in no difficulty
after the now rookie Willie
'Mays, In his first time at bat
at the Polo Grounds, touched
him for a homar In the first
inning.
The Braves' Bob Elliott hit a
two-run homer in the first in-
ning when they scored three
runs off Sheldon Jones to ice the
game. The Bravas' Willard Mar-
shall hit a triple and two singles.
Red Schoendlenst s two out
bases loaded single in the tenth
gave the Cards their victory. Tom
Poholsky, though yielding homers
to Ralph Klner, George Met-
kovich and Cliff Chambers, won
his four game.
Stan Musial hit a three-run
first inning homer to give Po-
holsky a comfortable lead.
National League
Teams
Brooklyn ,
St. Louis .
Chirac .
Boston .
New York .
Cincinnati .
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh .
Won Lost
. n 14
20
II
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30
n
is
15
17
IS
IS
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20
22
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Pet.
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Ml
.529
.534
.500
.451
.481
.411
American League
TODAY'S GAMES
Open Date.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Boston 4, New York 1.
(Night Game)
Brooklyn 4, Philadelphia 3.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh
Chicago at Cincinnati.
(Postponed, rain).
5.
Trams-
Chicago ... 24
New York IS
Boston.....22
Detroit
Cleveland .
Washington .
St. Louis .
Philadelphia
Won Lost
9
11
13
17
19
19
27
26
17
16
15
11
10
Pet.
.727
.703
.629
.500
.457
.441
.269
.278
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Detroit.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Chicago 4, St. Louis 2.
(Night Game)
Cleveland 9, Detroit 0.
(Night Game)
Boston 3, New York 2.
Philadelphia at Washington.
(Postponed, rain).
Mercurio Jewelers Sponsor
Mens-Ladies' Summit Play
The 8ummit Hills Golf St Coun-
try Club announced today that
this year's Club Handicap Tour-
nament will be sponsored *y the
Mercurio Jewelry Store, 141 Cen-
tral Avenue, Panama City. Mer-
curio. Panama agent for Juvenia
watches, Is providing prises in
the form of five Juvenia wrist
watches, either men's or ladles'
styles, whichever type the win-
ners may desire. Watches will be
awarded to the tournament me-
dalist (low grossi, the winner
and runner-up of the champion-
ship flight, and the winner and
runner-up of the consolation
flight.
The tournament committee
has decided to allow the ladies
to compete this year, using ladles
handicaps and playing from the
ladies tees.
An entry fee of $1 will be charg-
ed for the tournament. The 18
hole qualifying round may be
played on either June 2 or 3.
Scores must be in the clubhouse
by 6 p.m. June 3.
All contestants will be placed
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" 11. 20 mtr.Free style, bovs
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13. 50 mtr.Breast stroke,
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14. C. Z. 2M mtr.Free style,
championship, women. (Knights
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18. IN mtr.Free style for
novice, boys.
16. C. Z. SO* mtr.Free style,
championship, men. (Elks Lodge
Trophy).
17. 30 mtr.Free style, boys 9
years.
18. 26 mtr.Free style, girls 9
years. i
19. 120 mtr Individual med- '
ley. novice boys.
20. 40 mtrBrest stroke,'
boys 13 years.
21. 46 mtr.Breast stroke,
girls 12 years.
22. 166 mtr.Back stroke, wo.
men.
23 26 mtr.Free style, boys
16 years.
24. 26 mtr.--Free style, girls
16 years.
25. 46 mtr.Back Stroke, boys
12 years.
26. 46 mtr.Back stroke, girls
II years.
27. 26 mtr.Back Stroke, boys I
10 years.
28. 26 mtr.Back stroke, girls '
16 years.
29. 56 mtr.Women's free
style.
36. Free style, relay, boys 14
years. 4 x 46.
31. Free style, relay, girls 14
years. 4 x 41.
250 Athletes
To Compete
The Canal Zone Track. Field,
and Cycle Championships, the
greatest local track spectacle
since the 1938 Central American
Olympic*, will be conducted at
the La Boca Ball Park tomorrow.
The flood of entries from 250
top-flight athletes of the Armed
Forces and 14 athletics clubs
from Panama City, the Canal
Zone, and Colon, has broken
down many of the sprints into
quarter-finals, and semi-finals.
Tne eliminations will be reeled
off at 9:30 a.m. The main pro-
gram is scheduled to get under-
way at 2 p in.
Spine-tingling finishes are ex-
pected ha tne special races lor
which donors have awarded at-
tractive trophies. The classic
events are: Unisport Marathon,
Nights of Columbus Century, La
Boca Atnletic Council 200, Jus-
tice Lodge (Elks) 40U, Lesterio
111 00, Panama Trioune louO,
Fernando Bradley Girls' Monti-
cello 10\ Men "B,' La Boca Atn-
letic Council Girls' 71, Leroy
Fergus Girls' 100, and American
Publishing Company 9-Mile Cycle
Championship.
The Games Committee chair-
man, Aston Parchment, has re-
leased the Informal that admis-
sion to the bleachers opposite
the finish poles and the two
grandstands will be free. Near
the track, parking lots have been
roped oft to enaole drivers and
their families to view the races
from their cars.
HIGHLIGHTS OFC. Z. TRACK
CHAMPIONSHIPS
9:30 a.m. to noonElimina-
tions.
2 p.m.Panama Tribune 1100
Classic.
2:10 p.m.K. of C, 100 metars.
2:20 p.m.Fernando Bradley s
Girls', dO meter*.
2:50 p.m.L. B. Athletic Coun-
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by
JOE WILLIAMS
In the one championship flight
Match play will be conducted at
three-quarters the difference of j cll"GTrs'"75^metrs'
the contestants' handicap and 3:05 pm._L. B Athletic Coun-
strokes will be allowed as deter-: cil a(J(J rntUrj
mined by the scorecard. siso p.m.-Lesterlo Mill, 00
Matches will begin on June 9
or 10, one a weekend, until a win-
ner is determined. Loser* In the
first matches will form a con-
solation flight and play one
match a week until a winner of
the consolation flight is deter-
mined.
Mercurio has provided ".dis-
play of the prizes to be awarded
which may be seen at the trophy
case of the Summit Hills Golf
Club. They also announced that
any prize winner may exchange
his prize for any Juvenia type
watch of equal value, thereby al-
lowing both men and women the
opportunity of winning the Ju-
venia watch which best suits his
or her particular need.
p.m.-
meter*.
3:40 p.m.Leroy Fergus Girls',
100 meters.
4:40 p.m.American Pub. Cp,
9 mile Cycle Classic.
4:45 p.m.Unisport Marathon
(Pedro Miguel-La Boca).
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Second Game Of
Little League
Series Tomorrow
The second game between the
members of the Pacific Little
League and the All-Stars of the
Atlantic Little League, will be at
the Margarita Diamond on Me-
morial Day at 2 p.m.
The Pacific side won the firsU
game and need one more to gain
possession of the Governors Tro-
ihy. In the first game the Pacl-
Ic sidars really poured It on, but
the story may be different with
the Atlantic siders playing In
their own back yard,
Owen Sutherland who was
treated in a rough manner will
again try to pilch the Gold Coast-
ers to a victory, whereas Freddie
Bruhn of Sears team will do the
hurling for the Pacific Side.
The Knee High Guys from the
Pacific Side for the first time this
season will be playing on a field
with a regulation Lille League
fence and power hitters such as
Pedro Salas, Billy Hatchett,
Richie Hayden and Freddie Bruhn
will be gunning for the barrier.
Before a home crowd, the At-
lantic Siders will not be as jittery
It would seem impossible to win a race like the Preaknea* at
any time and not be happy about it. But when Isabel Dodge Sloan*
won it the first time she could have eried. Old Whistlln' Boo
Smith, the trainer, didn't feel like whistling, either. And Bobby
Jones, the jockey, was scared stiff.
The comely automobile heiress had two horseae running; lrnhefj
white and blue silks that afternoon In '34 at the shabby old Balti-
more track. Cavalcade and High Quest. Cavalcade had Just won
the Derby and Mrs. Sloane, shooting for the Triple Crown, had de-
clared to win the Preakness with him.
Not too many people seem to know just what the expression
"declare to win" means, so here 1* a fill in. Under the rule* an
owner with more than one horse may declare to win with one of
them, making known the fact in advance; the jockey on the other
horse may pull back only/ for the horse the owner want* to win
with. In other words, he must ride to beat everything else In the
field. Clear?
This turned out to be a close finish, decided In the last six-
teenth with High Quest winning, Cavalcade second and Discovery
third. It was truly run, but if Jones, on High Quest, had pulled back
nearlng the wire, Cavalcade would have won. That was what h*
had been told to do.
The press box was inclined to be charitable. The boy had be-
come flustered. Maybe he thought he had to ride High Quest out I
to hold off Discovery, After all. how could he be sure Cavalcade
was going to get up In time to win? Better play It safe. Sounded
reasonable.
The Boy Stole the Raee
I caught a train back to New York Immediately after the race.
Jones was on It. I never saw a more disturbed young map and as |
he talked, trying to explain what had happened, I cam* to th*
amused conclusion I was listening to a young man who saw a
chance to steal a bit race and proceded to do so. I had to admit It
was quite a temptation.
Jones had left the track with such frantic haste he had his
shirt on wrong side out___"When Bob Smith catches up with ma
he's going to kick the hell out of me," he sighed, slicking back his
moist hair.
George Weiss, now general manager of the Yankees, will re-
call the Incident. We snared a drawing room. We were to learn
later that Jones hadn't got away from the track that afternoon
without turmoil.. Garner,- beaten on Cavalcade, had thrown
8unch at him. I never learned what happened when old Bob and
ie young man finally came face to face.
Mrs. Sloane had no such problem this time. Bold was her only
starter and he won off by himself to take a leading position in th*
chaotic three-year-old division which Is lust a* likely as not to be-
come further scrambled with th* running of the Belmont. It's
shaping up a* that kind of year.
Cavalcade was on* of my favorite hones, an emotion which
was no doubt Influenced no little by my affection for old Bob
Smith, who used to manage prize fighters, among them Frank
Erne, lightweight champion, who la still around, by the way.
Old Bob Made Brookmeade
I remember being angry when Mr*. Sloane fired him and at
this. 1st* data I apologize for some of the thing* I wrote. They were
not all complimentary to her or women owners generally. She has
since gone on to demonstrate she is no dilettante. Last year she
displaced famed Calumet as leading owner and her position as th*
First Lady of the Turf Is beyond dispute.
But old Bob practically put her in business. Brookmeade was
Just another stable until lie went to th* Saratoga yearling sales
and picked up High Quest for 330OO, Cavalcade for $1200' and Time
Clock, another good one, for 700. That was the beginning. Last
year Brookmeade won $951,399.
There were bread Unes and bankers were jumping off tall
buildings when.Cavalad* was three. The depression was on. Pure-
es were pared to austerity size. The '34 Derby was worth only $28,-
175. Tnls year Count Turf returned $90.050 to Owner Jack Aml*l,
the Broadway restaurateur. Cavalcade was the leading money win-
ner that year with a mere $111,235. In '48 Citation won $709,470.
I just remembered old Bob didn't have a very happy time at
the Derby that year, either. He had to walk all the way from
the track to hi* hotel In downtown Louisville, a matter of miles. It
was late and darkness had fallen whan he left the Barn area. Ther*
were no cabs or buses and trolley* ran on a hit ana miss schedule.
Once he stopped a motorist, seeking a lift___"I'm'Bob Smith.
I just won the Derby."
The motorist was unlmpre***d "Oh, yeah? I'm Matt Winn.
I own the Joint."
Old Bob trudged onward under a laughing Kentucky moon.
Tommy Byrne John*} Mizo
gave a very
as thev were last Saturday morn- manee for children of"that age
Awards Presented
At Margarita Gym
Friday night, featured the an-
nual award night at the Marga-
rita Gymnaalum. with two hun-
dred and fifty spectators looking
on. The program consisted of a
Gymnastic Exhibition, which was
highlighted .by the excellent per-
formance of"Mr. Kosan, the guest
Gymnast. He worked on the
horizontal bar, and haW the
crowd following him through
every movement.
Junior tumblers and Relay
teams, composed of children
through the first to third grades,
gave a good account of their
work. Following the Juniors, were
the Senior tumblers and flying
ring performers. These two divi-
sions, composed of fifth, sixth,
and junior high school pupils,
startling perfor-'
ing in the Balboa Stadium. Play-
ing before familiar surroundings
will be an important asset to the
Gold Coasters.
Of course the fellows from the
Pacific Side wUl not be without
their followers, because a motor-
cade of cars filled with rooters
will start from the Balboa Rail-
road Station at 11:30 a.m.. and
will travel over to Margarita to
give vocal support to the visitors.
group.
Staggering the awards through-
out the program, Mr. Greene,
president of the Margarita Re-
creation Association, presented
the awards to the various win-
ners.
Receiving the beautiful trophies
for their work during the school
year, were the following children:
Buzzy Rathgeber, Linda Cun-
ningham, Jean Chambers, Eddie
Cunningham. Peggy Roddy, and
Richard Elwell.
The econd and third place
awards went to the following
children: Jimmy Wllliford, John
Cronln, Jean Crawford, Patsy
Mlddlebrook, Marlyn Hartz, Judy
McCullough. Tommie Cunning-
ham. Danny Ramsey, Peggy
Rankin. Marianne Braasell, Lewis
Tabor, and Oeorge Wetzel. Base-
ball and Track award* went to I
the following: Baseball Leslie
Rinehart, Arthur Blades. Tommy
Brennen, Robert Salter, Dick
Reed. Ted Englebrlght, John
Hayes. John Wood, John Hodges.
Salador* Aleguas, and Donald
Ponter: Track awards Mickey
Motas Linda Geyer, and Danney
Ramsey.
After the program, refresh-
ments were served In the Gymn-
asium basement.
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lam H. H. Morris. Jr.. have Issued
Invitations for a dinner which
they will give Thursday evening
at their quarters on Quarry
Heights. The dinner will honor
Major General and Mrs. Ray B.
Porter who are leaving; the Ca-
nal Zone soon for General Por-
ter's new post.
Visitors Entertained
at U.S. Embassy
The Charge d'Affalres ad ln-
I terlm of the United States Em-
bassy and Mrs. Murray M. Wise
entertained at dinner last even-
ing at the Embassy Residence
for Norman W. Pearson of the
Department of State in Wash-
ington and for Michael Scully of
-The Reader's Digest" Editorial
Staff, who art visitors in Pana-
ma.
MISS ELEANOR ANN KULLER
KULLER-GILL
BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED
Miss Eleanor Ann Kuller'i engagement to Raymond GUI
has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
P. Roller of Margarita. She was born In the Canal Zone,
was graduated from Cristobal High School with the class of
1948, and Is now employed by the Inter-Amerlean Geodetic
""mV'gHI, a*ion of Mr. and Mrs. John J. GUI of Balboa,
Is also a graduate of Cristobal High School. He served with
the United States Navy In both the European and Asiatic
theaters daring World War II. was graduated In 1941 from
the Canal Zone Junior College and in 1950 from the l"B,fr-
slty of Denver in Denver, Colorado. He Is now with the Fin-
ance Bureau at Balboa Heights. J_ '
Miss Roller and Mr. GUI plan to be married during the
coming inmmer.
Party to Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
The commandant of the Fif-
teenth Naval District and Mrs.
Albert M. Bledsoe are giving a
cocktail-buffet this evening at
their Quarters on the Naval Re-
servation in honor of Mrs. Bled-
soe's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Arnold of San Antonio,
Texas, who are their house
guests. Mr. and, Mrs. Arnold ar-
rived today for a Tlalt of two
weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker
Entertaining Bridal Party
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Walker
archiving a buffet dinner tonight
at their home In Balboa for their
daughter. Miss Ellen Joan Walk-
er, her fiance, Hugh Bryant
Smith and the member of their
bridal party. The dinner wUl fol-
low the rehearsal of the wedding.
Miss Walker and Mr. Smith are
to be married tomorrow after-
noon at four o'clock at the Ca-
thedral of St. Luke in Ancon. No
invitations have been issued tu
the wedding and all friends of
the couple are invited. Mr. and
Mrs. Walker are giving a recep-
tion in the Fern Room of the Ho-
tel Tlvoll afterwards for the brid-
al party, relatives and a few close
friends.
Mrs. Molino Entertaining
Wives of Diplomats
Mrs. Ignacio Mollno.wlfe of the
Minister of Foreign Relations. Is
flvtng a tea this afternoon from
: 30 to 7 for wives of the Diplo-
matic Corps.
Reception Jane t
at Italian Legation
Invitations have been Issued
by the Italian Minister to Pans-
ma and the Baroness Franca Ros-
set Dessandr for a reception at
the Legation June 2, in celebra-
tion of the anniversary of the
founding of the Italian Republic.
General and Mrs. Morris to
Honor General and Mrs. Porter
The commander-ln-chlef Ca-
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Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Miro
Quesada (Pachis Arias) and their
chUdren left yesterday by air-
plane for their home In Lima,
Peru, after a visit In Panama
with her mother, Mrs. Francisco
Arlas. Paredes.
Mr. and Mrs. Hack
Celebrate Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Hack of
Camden. New Jersey, former re-
sidents of Balboa, are celebrating
the golden anniversary of their
wedding today with a reception
at their home In Camden. They
resided in Balboa from 1925 to
1939 and their daughter and two
sons now are residents of the
Canal Zone. They art Mrs. Scott
McKay (Bertha Hack) of Gam-
boa. Louis H. Hack of Balboa and
Elmer J. Hack of Ancon.
Mrs. Thayer Leaving
for South Carolina
Mrs. Norman Arthur Thayer
fGretchen Yost) plans to leave
Friday to Join her husband In
Columbia, South Carolina. She
will be the house guest of Dr.
and Mrs. D. P. Curry, former re-
sidents of Ancon. until later In
June, when she plans to enter
summer school at the University
of north Carolina.
Visitor at Rodman
Mrs. Tso Hung Cheng arrived
recently from Formosa and will
be the house guest for a few
weeks of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Has-
kell at the Naval Station. Rod-
man. Mrs. Cheng plans to leave
soon to Join her husband who is
a student at Northwestern Uni-
versity. She Is a niece of the
Chinese Minister to Panama. Dr.
Cheng Chen-yu.
j,t odd milk, cook 5 minutos.
Colonel and Mrs. Kints
To Attend Son's Wedding
Colonel and Mrs. Francis P-
Klntz of Fort Clayton have left
for the United States to be pre-
sent at the graduation of their
son. James Richard Klntz. from
the United States Military Aca-
demy at West Point on June 5.
and also to attend his wedding
the following day. He Is to be
married to Miss Ann Children
Ford, daughter of Mrs. George A.
Ford of Sliver 8prlng. Maryland.'
and the late Colonel Ford. The
weddlne will take place at the
Cadet Chapel r\ West Point.
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Would Feels Older At Quints'
Seventeenth Birthday Party
CALLANDER. Ont., May 29
(UP)The world felt a little old-
er yesterday as the Dlonne quin-
tuplets, celebrated their 17th
birthday. .
Papa oliva Dlonne said his
famous five daughters now con-
sider themselves grown up young
ladles old enough for lipstick,
high heeled shoes, dances and
thoughts of marriage.
"They have no boy friends
vet," he said, but they are beina
trained to become efficient
housewives in the French-Cana-
dian tradition.
The Quints began Inviting
boys to parties onlv In the past
two years and even now do not
have regular Saturday night
dates.
And they are still young
enough to enjoy playing
pranks at square dances,
Dlonne said. Sometimes they
switch partners and giggle
merrily as the partners dance
on without realising the
switch has been made.
Yvonne. Annette, Marie. Emily
and Ceclle cut one giant birthday
cake trimmed with 17 candles at
their birthday party last night.
Dlonne and his wife gave each
of the Quints a camera.
"They love taking pictures and
they're quite good at It." he said
wi 4^-paternal orlde. "They'll en-
Joy the cameras, I know."
The five girls got a
pre- -blrt hday present sev-
eral weeks ago when their
monthly allowance was Increas-
ed from $2 to $5. Although the
girls have an estate valued at
more than $1,000.000 held In
trust for them, their father has
always kept them on a very
strict allowance. He relented a
bit this vear because they pro-
tested 82 didn't go very far
these days.
The Quints awoke at the usual
hour of 6:30 a.m. yesterday and
attended seven o'clock masa
with their family In the Roman
Catholic chapel next door.
After they cut their cake
they had a song fest
around the piano, with Annette
singing the tenor part. Ceclle
alto and the others soprano.
Dlonne said his daughters' tasto
in music ranges from hill-billy
to classical.
Yesterday's celebration gave the
Quints a brief respite from their
Skin Sores
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Blntwi.rni.Blmckh.e4i. Acn. p.orl-
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akin look, and r.tl. tomorrow.
11th grade school work and
studying for examinations In
June. After school is out this
spring, they will spend the sum-
mer at a nearby lake boating,
fishing and swimming.
VFW Commander Calls
For Boycott On Work
Of Hollywood's Reds
CHARLESTON, S.C.. May 29
(UP) The National Commander
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
believes motion picture stars
and film officials who are known
to have been members of the
Communist Party should be re-
moved from their Jobs.
"The VFW and everv other
patriotic organization In this
country should boycott every
film made by the Communists,"
said Charles C. Rails, of Seattle.
Wash.
In a speech to the 16th an-
nual encampment of the South
Carolina department of the
VFW here Rails said Russians
saboteurs have "obtained every
atomic secret of the United
States." He stressed the VFW's
stand for a bUl to outlaw the
Communist Party In the U. S.
Rails also said: "The majority
of Americans are apathetic to-
ward the civilian defense pro-
gram."
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I porotely. Washing mochine $35.-
"Also 1942 Plymouth 2-door $450.
00. Coll 83-2187 or 2002-A, Cu-
rundu.
. FOR SALE:Frigidaire 9' with free-
zer compaitment. automatic De-
l froster, all porcelain, leis than 4
months old, excellent condition. 5
yeor guarantee transferable. Cost
$490.00. Must sell, moving to Ca-
nal Zone, $400.00. 3 burner gos
.hot plote $10.00. Modern style
dressing table. 7 drawers, with
i bench, good condition, $15.00.
Apt. 4 No. 18, Tivoli Ave. After
;4:00 p. m.________^___
' FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Coldspot-
* Porceloin inside and out. Excellent
condition. Phone Bolboa 2-3088.
5330-C. Dioblo.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:Ford Coupe 1941, $100
down payment, balance to conform
with buyer's pocketbook. New
tires, good motor, duty paid, in-
surance poid, excellent buy. Tel.
Pon 3-1565 offer* 4 p. m.
FOR SALE: Buick 1947, 4 door,
radio, Fog lights, nylon covers,
condition I -A. con finance. Tel-
2-2481, Panam office hours.
FOR SALE: 7 foot Frigidoire, 25
Cycle, $50.00. Record player, 25
cycle. $10.00, boys 26 inch bike
$1000. Electric clocks and other
Items. House 509-A, Cocoli. Phone
; 4-143. ______________
'. FOR SALECupboord, closed kitchen
cabinet, miscellaneous household
goods, 0763-D, Williomson Place,
. Bolboa, telephone 2-3216._______
i-FOR SALE:9 ft- Westinghouse, 5
months old. $250.00. Call 2-2196
" or 2-1264._____________
*FOR SALE:Four burner gos stove
with oven. $40.00. 126. 15th St.,
Paitillo. .
* FOR SALE:Westinghouse 9' refri-
gerator, excellent condition, 25
cycle, over two years guarantee
left. Witt, 8045-H, Morgarita,
opposite comrnissory.
*FOR SALE:Ice boxes, small, large.
Good condition. Selling cheop.
? Phone Ponama 2-4448.
5FOR SALE:One bedroom set and
Licorera. Almost new and cheap.
Con be seen ot 15 February St.
J House 3, room 17.______^^^^
Position Offered
FOR SALE: Leoving country, Ply-
mouth 1947, duty poid, excellent
condition, recently overhauled, 5
new tires, new radio, seat covers,
$1,000.00. Coll Panama 2-1200
or offer 6 p. m., 3-2280.
MISCELLANEOUS
0e you hove a drinking pioblemr"
Write Alcoholic! Anonymous
Box 2031 Anco*. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
RESORTS
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR SALF:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores,
FOR SALE: AKC Boxer
$100. 3142.
Puppies
FOR SALE:Studeboker''Land Crui-
ser" late 1949, four-door sedan,
holidoy red, nylon seatcovers, white
sidewoll tires, antenna, duty poid,
fully insured, license plates paid
until December 1951. Perfect con-
dition throughout. Owner leaving
country. Cash or terms. Phone
office 2-2856 or Residence 3-0393
P. O. Box 1376, Panoma.
WANTID: '51 or '50 Cadillac
"62," Fleetwood. Duty Free- 620-
B. Cocoli, 5 to 7 p. m.
FOR SALE:1947 Tudor 8 Cyl. Ford,
very clean, in good condition.
$750. 5619-A, Hecker Place,
Dioblo. Elilboa 6313.
Lowest prices in town until our stock
is sold out!! Plastic lampshades,
Canasta sets. Tinker Toys. Come
now before it's too late!! HASMO,
Via Espaa 51.
FOR SALE:Typewriter Smith Coro-
na II" pico, new condition, guar-
anteed. $150.00. Firestone, Colle
E.fudionte 69. Phone 2-036.3, P.
0- Eux 511, Ponama.
The Ponama Canal invites proposals
for furnishing 7,000 BMFT White
Ook lumber, 2" to 2 1-2" thick-
ness, and 75,000 BMFT Cedro
Granodino lumber, 1 to 4" thick-
ness, under' sealed bids opening
June 12, 1951. Invitation No. 396
available at office of Superinten-
dent of Storehouses, Bolboa, tele-
phone 2-2777.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Two duplexes (Four
Furnished Apartments) near beach
at Seacliff Acres, with 3500 me-
ters of high, level land; water and
electricity. Only'$6,500. Will, pay
for itself in five years. Phone
Posey. Balboa 2698.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle
WANfHDa4e, 'person, exclusively
on iewing machines. abl-*o speak
English ond Spanish, on commis-
-- ion basis, write to Aportado N>>.
537. Panama City
Jeppsen Receives
I1AA Appointment
Ernest C. Jeppsen has been
named Acting Chief of the Insti-
tute of Inter-American Affairs
Mission to Panama, it was an-
nounced yesterday. He will also
continue as Chief of Field Party.
Education Division, a position he
has held for the past three years.
The Institute of Inter-Amer-
ican Affairs, which was orga-
nized In 1942, Is an agency of
the United States Government. It
has been conducting a coope-
rative education program In Pa-
nama since 1946.
A Point Four health and sani-
tation agreement, which was
signed between the United 8tates
and Panama on February 26,
1951, calls for a cooperative pro-
gram between the two countries
In health and sanitation. It too
will be carried out by the Insti-
tute.
Considering the enlarged scope
of its activities, the Institute has
decided to streamline its admin-
istration by integrating all the
programs which are being car-
ried out In Panama in order that
each activity may be even more
effective. Therefore, the provi-
sion was made to place thj res-
ponsibility to supervise and di-
rect the activities of the Institute
In a single top representative.
The Institute believes that the
reorganization will fill a long felt
need for a more effective co-
ordination of the technical as-
sistance programs of the Insti-
tute In each country. This action
Is being taken in all of the Amer-
ican republics where the Insti-
tute now has one or more operat-
ing programs.
.WANTED:Moid for housework and
care of child. References required.
826-D. Empire St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Recently overhauled
1942 Cushman motor scooter, mo-
del 52. $100. Call 86-3197 or
moy be seen Qtrs. 146-A, Albrook
AFB.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Maid to live in, look af-
ter baby ond general housework,
for American family, apply in per-
son No. 13 J Street between 5 ond
5:30 p. m. only.
FOR SALE:Singer sewing foot ma-
chine, typewriter, gos stove, youth
bed, stroller, baby crib. Phone
916. Colon.
House ON BEACH at Santo Claro.
Also mountain top home at CERRO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNEL,
Balboa 2820 or sec caretaker
there.
Phillips. Beach cottages. Sonto Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Panom 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673. _______________________
Gromllch's Santa Claro beach-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567._____________^^
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Spocjous house ot No.
32. 50th St. (San Martin), three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, porty,
air-conditioned, completely fur-
nished ond equipped for four
ond a half months from June 4th.
Telephone 3-0444.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE:_Portoble Sunkraft Sun
lamp. 25-60 cycles. Automatic
timer. Stainless steel. Burn out
proof quartz tube. Get a healthy
Sun Tan at home. Excellent source
of vitamin D Also moy be used
to destroy bacteria in sick room.
$45.00. House 5612-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE:36 ft. Wheeler, Stock
cruiser, Chrysler powered. Luxuri-
ous sleeping accommodations for
2 in forecastles, 4 In beautifully
arranged deck cabin, completely
screened. Large galley, private
toilet and washroom, full length
hanging closet. 6 ft. 6 in. head-
room throughout. Lorge comfort-
cble cockpit. Large storage space
for ice. woter, and gas. Numerous
cabinets. In excellent conditionv
fully equipped ond many extras,
and ready to go. Con be "seen at
Gamboa Boot Club all day Wed-
nesday. Saturday ond Sunday or
by appointment. Phone 83-4295.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnlshea-unfurnished opart-
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St.. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
two bedroom aportment, beoutiful
location, facing ocean. Apply Uru-
guay St. No. 2. telephone 3-0916.
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. Frella
Vista No. 13, 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Furnished cool apart-
ments with porch, hot water, priv-
ate telephone and complete Hotel
service. Hotel Roosevelt.
FOR RENT:Nice furnished opart-
ment, military inspector. Via
Porras No. 99.
FOR RENT
Rooms
LOST & FOUND
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, Central 223
next to Encanto Theatre
Abo available in Club Plan.
Farewell Review
For Cen. Porter
Planned June 2
Plans for a. farewell review
honoring Major General Ray E.
Porter, commanding general. U.8.
Army Caribbean, to be held at
Fort Amador on June 2. were an-
nounced by Army Headquarters
today.
General Porter, who will depart
shortly for his new assignment as
commandine general of the 101st
Airborne Division at Camp Brec-
kenrldge. Ky.. will review n pa-
rade of troops representing Army
units in the Panama Area. Cur-
rent plans provide for a parade
to consist of one regiment of in-
fantry, one mechanized cavalry
reconnaissance squadron, one
engineer combat company, a
composite group of men from the
Atlantic Sector, a composite bat-
talion of men from the 65th AAA
Group, a contingent of enlisted
women from the WAC Detach-
ment, a company of men from
the 7461st AU (Signal) and a
group of men representing Head-
quarters Special Troops.
The ceremony for the depart-
ing commander is tentatively set
for 9:30 a.m. 2 June.
RECORDS
45
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LA POSTAL
68 Central Avenue
Pacific Society...
Continued From Pare FIVE)
To Visit Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. Leopoldo Arose-
mena and their son. Leopoldito,
have left on a vacation trip to
Mexico.
At El Valle
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Mcllhenny
of Balboa Heights' left yesterday
to spend a few days in El Valle.
They plan to return Thursday.
Visitors Leaving
Mrs. George M. Richardson of
Philadelphia and her daughter,
Mrs. Robert Bruce Brown o Oak-
land, California, are leaving this
week for the United States after
a month's visit with Command-
er and Mrs. Charles B. Farwell at
the Balboa Naval Reservation.
Mrs. Richardson is Mrs. Far well's
mother.
Mrs. Pyle at
Hotel Tivoli
Mrs. Frank W. Pyle of Wash-
ington. D.C., arrived recently
from Central America and Is at
the Hotel Tivoli In Ancon for a
stay of several weeks. She is
making an extended tour of Cen-
tral and South America.
Cooking Class
Meets in Bella Vista
The Cooking Class of the Inter
American Women's Club ended
its season with a specially pre-
pared Mexican hmcheon at the
home of Mrs. Euta de Molino in
Bella Vista; co-hostess was Mrs.
Marina de Romero. Those pres-
ent were Mrs. W. H. Bach. Mrs.
Flora Ch. de Guzman. Mrs. Car-
men G. de Ruiz, Mrs. Ada S. de
Jimenez. Mrs. Carmen R. de la
Lastra, Mrs. Hannah Barreto,
Mrs. Ella E. de Alfaro. Mrs. Ura-
nia B. de Arauz. Mrs. Katharine
D. Kerr, Mrs. Rosarlo Shelton,
Mrs. Rita Elena Duran, Mrs.
Amalla Suarez, Mrs. Rosa de
Chlari, Mrs. Panchlta de Ponce
Rojas. Mrs. Maria de Hidalgo.
Mrs. Mary C. de Garcia de Pare-
des. Mrs. Mercedes Lasso de la
Vega. Mrs. Rosita de Hernandez.
Mrs. Marguerite Brown, Mrs.
Prlscllla B. Lucas, Mrs. Mary
Schorr, Mrs. Bobby Gerry, Mrs.
Mary Hanrahan, Mrs.. Ruth
Doane, Mrs. Lupo de Alfaro.
Evening Guild
Meets Tonight
The Evening Guild of St. Luke's
Cathedral will hold the last
meeting before the summer va-
cation tonight at 7:30 in Bishop
Morris Hall. Mrs. Edith Donald-
son will be hostess.
Morning Guild to Meet
Fr'-'av Morning
The Morning Guild of St. Luke's
Ca^ne^ral will meet Friday at 9
a.m. at the home of Mrs. Roger
Howe on Plank Street In Balboa.
FOR RENT: .Furnished room for
bochelor, all screened, private en-
trance, telephone, balcony, best
location- Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, inde-
pendent, cool, nice view, with or
without board, suitable for couple
or consulate office, Bella Vista,
48th Street No. 7.
US Senator Protests
Hong Kong Decision
To Give Reds Planes
WASHINGTON. May 29 (UP)
Senator Harry P. Cain de-
manded today that the State
Department "take every neces-
sary diplomatic and economic
step" to see to it that the Brit-
ish do not hand over 40 United
States-owned transport planes
to Communist China.
Cain wrote Secretary of 8tate
Dean Acheson that the decision
of the British Supreme Court in
HongKong to effect such a
transfer "represents a deliber-
ate effort to appease the Chi-
nese Reds."
The planes, now grounded at
HongKong, are the equipment
of a Chinese Government air-
line formerly operated by Maj.
Gen. Claire Chennault.
The Pelping Government
claimed at the hearing to be the
present Govej-nment of China,
and so rightful owner of the
planes.
Sgt. Rivera (Ret.)
Puerto Rican Born
Dies At Gorgas
Jose Rivera, a retired Army
sergeant, died at 5:45 a. m. to-
day at Gorgas Hospital where
he had been a patient since Jan.
24. He was 63 years old.
He was born in Puerto Rico
and had been on the Isthmus 33
years.
He is survived by his wife.
Mrs. Anna Luisa Rivera, who
lives at 4 and 12th Street In San
Francisco.
St. Peter's Fete
Planned Tomorrow
From 1 to 10 P.M.
The parish hall of St. Peter's
Church. La Boca, will be the
scene of a May fete tomorrow-
Memorial Dayfrom 1 to 10 p-m.
At 7 p.m. King Lloyd I and
Queen Marcla 1 will enter with
their retinue for the coronation
ceremony, to be followed by a
series of square dances.
Parishioners and friends are
Invited to attend and the fete,
which represents the outstand-
ing effort of the church this year
in raising funds.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We carry the largest
assortment of fine
METAL MOULDINGS
and
TRIM SHAPES
for NEVA/MAR table, sink
or bar taps. CORALITE
wall board and NATC0R
tore fronts.
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279 Central Aye. Tel. 3-0149
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Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Whtr. 100,000 pi MM
Presents
Today, Tuesday, May 29
P.M.
3:30Music for Tuesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Promenade Concert
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00PANA MUSIC A STORY
TIME
6:15Evening Salon
7:0OSwiss Family Robinson
(BBC)
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:46Jam Session
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15What's On Your Mind
(VOA)
8:45American Viewpoint
(VA)
9:00Jazz Club (VQA)
9:30Battle Report (VOA)
9:45--Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA)
10:00Variety Bandbox (BBC)
10:30Cavalcade of America
(VOA)
11:00The Owl's Neat
12:00Sign Off.*
Congressmen's Loan
Letters Will Not Be
Given Public Airing
WASHINGTON.'May 29 (UP)
Senate RFC Investigators vot-
ed unanimously yesterday to
keep secret several hundred let-
ters from Congressmen to the
Government lending agency on
grounds they "would be mis-
leading rather than Informa-
tive."
But they made public a repoit
by their staff investigator. Theo-
dore Herz. which said the letters
"do not show that the RFC was
subjected to pressures which It
could not have resisted in a
straightforward manner with
propriety and without great dif-
culty."
Herz said the letters would bs
"virtually meaningless" if they
were made public by them-
selves without the great mass
of other Information "Involved
In the negotiation of a loan"
from the RFC.
Reserve Cadet Corps
Commanders Name!
For Coming Year
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Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 30
A.M.
6:00Sign On, Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning 8alon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:4Muslo Makers
9:00NEWS
9.15STAND BY FOR ADVEN-
TURE
9:30AS I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Of The Record
lllOONEWS
11:05Off The Record
11:30Meet The Band
12:00NEWS
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:10Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45American Favorites
2:00Cross Country SJ.
(VOA)
2:15It's Time To Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Notes On Jazz
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music For Wednesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15FRENCH IN THE AIR
(RDF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Adventures In History
(VOA)
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Songs of France (RDF)
7:15Music In The Hawaiian
Mood (VOA)
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:46Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15Short Story Theater
(VOA)
8:45American Journal (VOA>
9:00COMMENTATOR'S DI-
GEST (VOA)
9:15Jo Stafford Show (VOA)
9:30Radio Forum (VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune ol
Day (VOA)
10:00 BBC Playhouse
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols:
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RDFRadiodiffusion Francalse
Forbls Honored
Al Goodbye Party
A group of friends of the
English working press gathered
at the taproom of the Balboa
Brewery yesterday to say good-
bye to William H. Forbls, man-
ager of Time Magazine's Pan-
ama area bureau.
After more than 10 years as
an Isthmian newsman, Forbls Is
being transferred to Time's
head office where he will work
on the Latin American desk.
He will be succeeded In this
area by Phil Payne, who came
to the Isthmus at the same time.
Both were originally from Mis-
soula, Montana. During World
War II, Forbls was In communi-
cations work on ships of the
. 8. Merchant Marine; Payne
was an Infantry Captain.
Besides local newsmen, re-
oresentative of the Public In-
formation Offices of U. S. Gov-
ernment agencies took part In
the no-host despedida.
With Mrs. Forbls and their
young son. Peter Vincent, For-
bls Is leaving Friday by air for
New York.
PAA Pilot Tries
Norway To Alaska
Trans-Polar Hop
OSLO, May 29 (UP) .Charley
Blalr. chief oilot of Pan Amer-
ican World Airways, took off
from Bardufoss airfield, in
Northern Norway, today In his
single-englned Mustang flehter
to fly across the North Pole to
Fairbanks. Alaska.
Carrvlng 3.000 leters. he ex-
pects the flight to take 10 hours.
Administration's UMT
Plan Dies In Congress
WASHINGTON. May 29 (UP)
Senate-House conferees yes-
terday killed the Administra-
tion's plan to put a Universal
Military Training program into
effect automatically at the end
of the present world crisis.
Cristobal Internal
Revenue Office
Accepts Tax Money
Atlantic side residents have
been advised that tax payments
to the Department of Internal
Revenue may be made at the
Cristobal Internal Revenue of-
llce as well as at Balboa.
John A. Phillips, Deputy Col-
lector, explained that some At-
lantic side residents have made
unnecessary trips to the Balboa
Internal Revenue office In the
belief that their cash payments,'
particularly, would not be be ac-
cepted at Cristobal.
Payments may be made by
cash, check, Money Order, or
bank draft at the Atlantic side
office, which Is located In Room
312 of the Post Office Building
and Is open from 8:30 to 4:15
o'clock on Mondays.
Nathaniel Cordon
Dies; Funeral Set
For Thursday P.M.
Nathaniel Gordon, well-known
Isthmian oldtimer, died Satur-
day at his home in Rio Abajo
after a lingering illness. He was
64 years old.
Mr. Gordon will be Interred
at the Corozal Cemetery at 1 p.
m. Thursday.
- He was a past master at Fu-
ture Hope Lodge il.o.a.S.i for
many years. He is survived by
his wife Agnes: three daughters,
Mrs. Gladys Reld, Mrs. Geneva
Titus and Ira Gordon: two sons,
Obedlah and Luther -and also
several grandchildren.
Cadet Captain Sam Machis
has been designated as Bat-
talion Commander for the Bal-
boa Cadet Corps and Cade
Captain Talmadge Baiter will be.
Battalion Commander for the
Cristobal Cadets for the coming
school year, according to *
partial promotion list Issued to-
day by Major Wayne L. Bart,
Professor of Military Science
and Tactics of the Reserve Of-
ficer Training Corps of the two
high schools.
Other promotions announced
in the Balboa unit were: Cadet
Captairj Ray Tucker, Battalion
Executive and Supply Officers;
Cadet First Lieutenant Jacob
PUcet, Jr., Battalion Adjutant:
Cadet First Lieutenant Richard
Abbott. Michael McNevln, and
William Altman, Company Com-
manders; and Cadet Second
Lieutenants Irwln Frank, David
Mcllhenny. Clalr Godby, Jack
Clement. Kenneth Pitman, and-
Thomas Thompson, Platoon
Leaders.
Promotions announced for the
Cristobal ROTC were: Cadefc
Second Lieutenant Noel McGinn,
Battalion Executive and Ad-
jutant; Cadet Second Lieuten-
ants Leo Constantlne and Rob-
ert Blakely. Company Com-
manders; Cadet Sergeants Fran-
cisco Wong, Robert Cranberry,
Robert Salter. and Carl Pinto,
Platoon Leaders.
The new Battalion Com-
mander for the Balboa ROTO
unit Is the son of Mrs. Mar-
guerite Maphls, of Balboa, an
employe In the Personnel Divi-
sion. Cadet Captain Maphls
will be a senior next year. He
was a Company Commander
this year and was awarded first
place In this year's competition
in the two ROTC units. He won
his letter in football and other
sports at the high school this
year.
Cadet Captain Salter. the new
Battalion Commander for the
Cristobal Cadets next year, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Aus-
tin E. Salter of Margarita. His
father is employed In the Elec-
trical Division. Capt. Salter will
be a senior next year.
All of the officers announced
for promotion next year bv
Major Bart at Balboa High
School will be members of the
senior class. Cadet Lieutenant.
Constantlne and Cadet Ser-
geants Salter and Pinto will be
Juniors at the Cristobal High
School next year while all others
promoted will be in the senior
class. ,-
I
St. Teresa's Parish
Kindergarten School
Sets Commencement
Commencement exercises are
to be held on Sunday afternoon,
June 3, at 3 o'clock in St. There-
sa's parish hall, La Boca, by the
kindergarten school which la
conducted by Sister Frances
Christine of the Maryknoll Sis-
ters.
Eight boys and three girls will
receive their diplomas stating
that they are now eligible for
grade one.
A program of 26 numbers has
been prepared for the occasion,
and all parents and friends of
the kindergartens are invited.
Spy Trial Reveals
Czechs Gol Details
On Yugoslav Radar
BELGRADE, Czechoslovakia,
May 29 (UP) Czechoslovakia
has been receiving detailed in-
formation on Yugoslavia's radar
equipment for the past two
years according to testimony at
a major spy trial In Belgrade
today.
Gray-haired, 55-year-oW LJu-
devlt Kovac, an electrical en-
gineer, captain in the Yugoslav
Army and a professor at the
Army's radar school, admitted
to a Belgrade military couri
that he had been passing mili-
tary information to the Czech
military attache and his aides
since August 1, 1949.
On the bench with Kovao
were his Czech-born wife, Bar-
bara, 58, and 25-year-old Jaros-*
lav Nemec, secretary to the
Czech military attache to whom
Kovac confessed he passed his
material.
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IDE AND GROOM VISITING ON ISTHMUS
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Erlckson arrived on the Chlrleul
esterdav from New Orleans. They are taking a honeymoon
ruise following their recent wedding In New Orleans on May
' Mr. Erickaon la the brother of Mr*. E. J. Dldler, of Braaoa
lelthts. They stopped at the Dldler residence while In port.
Ir. and Mr*. Dldler are In the State on vacation.
llonday evening Mr. and Mrs.
B. Middleman entertained
h an Informal dinner party for
and Mrs. Erlckson. Mr. and
Is. William E. Adams were ln-
ed to meet the visitors.
iz Party
' Departing Teacher*
<- Paul Beck, entertained
:'i a stau party at his residence
_ Cristobal Saturday evening
ir three members of the faculty
the Cristobal High School who
b returning to the States at the
mpletlon of the school year.
The honorees were Mr. Paul
pncoe. Mr. Robert Woychlck
cl Mr. Oscar Blxby.
Cards were played and a late
ffet lunch was served to the
Mowing guests: Messrs. Rae-
m Brians. B.C. Flowers, O. B.
rstan. Buel Robinson, Noel E.
bson, Luke Palumbo, James
.earns. Charles Wallace. Paul
aedl, Paul Moser, Lt. John No-
n and Sergeant Louis Vigglano.
:>uth Sea Island Dance '
The Washington Cotillion Club
ade their regular dance Satur-
y evening, at the Hotel Wash-
ipton. a South Sea Island dance.
A number of prizej were given
jr the most effective costumes.
[he ladles who won were: Mrs. L.
. Hunter, of Savannah. Georgia,
Irs. Floyd Robinson. Mrs. Hugh
tale, Mrs. Jack Taber. Mrs. Eric
agerberg and Mrs. Ross Cun-
lngham.
Prizes were also won by the
bllowlng men: Messrs Dick
lanes, Ross Cunningham. Her-
bert Engelke. Charles Bath, Jack
l'aber and Henry Blgelow, Jr.
r The door prize for the mem-
irs was won by Mrs. J. E. Den-
Ion.
Music for dancing was furnish-
d by Trymhi's orchestra.
Recent Visitors
During the stay of the "Reina
Bel Pacifico" In port. Mr. and
4rs. John H. Foster, of New
pristobal, had as their guests
fhelr uncle and aunt, Dr. and
,iirs. N. J. Haywood of Spring-
held, Mass., and Winter Park,
Florida.
Dr. and Mrs. Haywood are on a
Bouth American cruise.
with a r.o-host party for Miss
June Rowley at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Newhard, In Mar-
garita, Saturday night.
Those who participated In the
party were: Misses Janice Ran-
kln, Peggy Rankln, Dona Brown
and Louise Edmondson and Mes-
srs Dick Cunningham, John
Hayes. Leonard Scranton, Bobby
Hodges. Bruce Newhard.
Visitors Over the Weekend
Captain and Mrs. A. C. Wood
of the 16th Naval District and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Hayes, of
Curundu, were the weekend
guests of Captain and Mrs. L. L.
Koepke of the Coco Solo Naval
Station. The Koepkes and their
guests attended the carnival
dance given by the Inter-Ameri-
can Woman's Club.
Training Ciurses for
Intermediate Scout Leaders
The training courses for the In-
termediate Girl Scout day Camp
will start tonight at 7:30 at the
Margarita Scout office, with Mrs.
P. A. Volght as instructor. Mrs.
Volght Is the Director of the In-
termediate Day Camp to be held
at Gatun this summer.
All Interested mothers and
other ladles of the community are
Invited to attend the \ourse.
Colon Business Man
Returns from Trip to India
Mr. J. L. Mulkanl, better known
as "Slim" to residents of the Gold
Coast, has returned after a year's
trip which took him around the
world to and from his home In
India, where he visited his fami-
ly-
Mr. Mulkanl was formerly the
manager of the Flower of India,
but Is now associated with Po-
hoomull Brothers at 52 Front St.
He has brought many new and
Interesting Items to the Isthmus
with him.
Ellen Zitxman Celebrates
Birthday Anniversary
Ellen Zltzman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Zltzman. cel-
ebrated her fourth birthday an-
niversary with a party at the
Knights of Columbus Hall in
Margarita Sunday afternoon.
Pastel colors were used on the
birthday cake which was topped
with a confection basket of flow-
ers. Favors of trading cards were
given the children.
The guests Included: Laurie
Will Mary Michael, Patricia Ann
and Richard Rrzezlnskl, Marga-
ret and Bobby. Jim Knox, Stanley
Muchett. Mary Frances Dlgnam,
Lucy and Vllma Rodriguez. Mi-
chael and Ivan Klasovsky, Wale-
ta and Patty Bain. Richard
Smith. Carla and Irene Meehan.
The adult guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Will, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Brzezlnskl. Mrs. Robert
Knox Mrs. Jack Randall. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Muschett, Mr. and
Mrs Paul Dlgnam, Mrs. John
Klasovsky. Mrs. Wallle Bain,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith. Mr.
and Mr. Jack Dlgnam. Mr. and
Mrs. Garrett Boyle and Miss Jac-
queline Boyle. ^^^^
Brig. Cen. Howze
Will Speak Sunday
At VFW Meeting
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
will hold their annual conven-
tion next Sunday, June 3. at the
Tivoli Hotel, It was announced
today.
Brig. Gen. Robert L. Howze,
Chief of Staff, Caribbean Com-
mand, will be the principal speak-
er of the occasion. Awards will
be presented, under National
VFW auspices, to certain out-
standing personnel of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Pana-
ma who have contributed sup-
port to VFW local activities dur-
ing the past year. A large at-
tendance Is expected.
Carolina Negroes Challenge
Public School Segregation
CHARLESTON. S- C. May 29, i
(UP) A witness for a Negro
group seeking to overthrow South
Carolina's segregated public
school system said today that co-
lor-line classrooms make a Ne-
gro child "feel like a second class
citizen."
The state admitted that Negro
schools are not the equal of
whites in the county where the
suit originated. But lt asked a
special three-Judge tribunal to
keep the case out of the Supreme
Court until Negro schools can be
improved.
Thurgood Marshall, general
counsel of the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Col-
ored People, which is pressing the
suit, charged that the State was
trying to "choke off" his expert
witnesses.
He then called up four educa-
tional and psychological experts
who testified that segregation in
itself was harmful to Negroes.
Negro psychology Professor
Kenneth Clark of New York Uni-
versity, said psycholrjv tests he
made on 28 Negro children In Cla-
rendon County, source of the suit,
showed a "definite disturbance
In development of personality
and a feeling of Inferiority."
Spectators, 00 per cent of them
Negroes, lined up two hours be-
fore court opened for the hear-
ing of the suit aimed at the core
of the south's segregation pat-
tern.
Families of 30 Clarendon Coun-
ty Negro pupils brought suit with
the backing of the NAACP. They
asserted that segregation itself
amounted to "unlawful Inequali-
ty."
Dhange of Address
Captain and Mrs. L. L. Koe-
pke moved Friday Into quarters
K on the Coco Solo Naval Station.
Captain Koepke Is the com-
nandlng officer of the station.
Ir. and Mrs. Olsen
Return to States
Mr. and Mrs. Levl Olsen sailed
iturday to make their home in
the States. Mr. Olsen has been
Ithe acting principal of the Silver
ICity High School.
I"Dirty Work at Crossroads"
| Coming to Coco Solo
The musical comedy "Dirty
IWork at the Crossroads" which
Iwas recently produced by the Of-
ficers Wives Club of the 15th Na-
val District on the Pacific Side,
I with such success. Is now com-
|lng to the Atlantic Side.
It will be presented at the Co-
I co Solo Naval Station Theater,
Saturday, June 2, at 7:45 p.m.
Tickets are a dollar per person,
and may be purchased at the
door, or by calling Mrs. C. M.
Dlehl 36-8371, Mrs. Thomas W.
Greenwood. 37-88-786. or Mrs. L.
L. Koepke 36-655. Residents of
Fort Davis and Gatun may find'
It convenient to get tickets from
Mrs. Lee Nash hi Gatun, 5-78.
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7:00 p.m.. as no seats will be re-
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Defense Attorney Robert McG.
Flgg. Jr., told the court that the
State recognizes the superiority
of white facilities and has adopt-
ed a multi-million dollar school
Improvement plan to balance
conditions. A three per cent
sales tax has been enacted to
finance the program.
He asked the court, which In-
cluded liberal Judge J. Waties
Waring, who opened the South
Carolina primary to Negro vot-
ers, to keep the case within its
jurisdiction for a while.
It waa Judge Waring who sug-
gested to the Negroes the proce-
dure for a suit before a three-
Judge tribunal, whose decision
could then be reviewed directly
by the Supreme Court. The Su-
preme Court already has opened
State universities to Negroes
where they cannot get "separate
but equal" facilities.
The Clarendon suit, apparent-
ly, would be the first suit against
public school segregation to go
before the supreme tribunal un-
less the State manages to head
lt off.
The final decision in the case
would set a precedent governing
hundreds of Southern school sys-
tems.
Gov. Jamas F. Byrnes, who
emerged from political retire-
ment to win election and direct
strategy in the fight to uphold
segregation, has pledged full
equalisation of facilities but no
more. He warned the State would
turn the public school system
over to private operation If se-
gregation was eventually out-
lawed.
Parrakeet Staff
Receives Awards
From US Croups
The Parrakeet (Balboa High
School's newspaper) staff receiv-
ed many awards at the Awards
Day Assembly last week.
National Judges of the National
Scholastic Press Association of
the University of Minnesota be-
stowed the Journeyman Award
for meritorious service upon the
following members of the editor-
ial staff: Jean Baron, Anna Gal-
loway, Virginia Selby, Kayleen
Vlnton.
National Judges of Quill and
Scroll Society of Northwestern
University examined the writing
of Parrakeet staff members and
awarded Quill and Scroll honors
to the following) Louise Olud,
Terry Ford, Bob Flnlay, Sandy
Beauchamp, Pat Walker and Ra-
mon Morales.
The above names were recom-
mended by Miss Mary S. Brig-
ham. Editorial Staff Adviser for
the Parrakeet.
I. W. Hatchett. Business Ad-
viser for the Parrakeet and head
of the Balboa High School Stu-
dent Association, recommended
Rene Feullle who has been Assis-
tant Business Manager and then
Business Manager. Rene was
granted the Quill and Scroll A-
ward.
Also receiving Student Asso-
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the business staff were: Rene
Feuille, Bobble McCleud. Dorothy
Capwell. Lyla Lou Womack, Re-
chelle Stubblefleld. Alice Hag-
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TUESDAY, MAT tt, It*]
Canal Zone School Activities
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College Corner
By Martha Irvin
Here we are rolling up the last week of school. All kinds of
assorted emotions are brought up by that thought.. Joy that
school is almost over, fear of the exams, hilarity at leaving the
Zone, sadness of leaving friends.. .you know all that. But any-
*ayihe Gamma Chi had their banquet last Saturday night at
the Uni(/. Club. It was Just the most terrific GC Banquet ever.
The Union Club was wonderful for something like that, and
wasn't too crowded, so they really felt like it was their party.
Mr. Turbyflll created a sensation with his surprise bokklets.
They were in a box wrapped up like a present, and people nat-
urally wondered if they were going to get a scoop on "The
Thing." But when Mary Lea opened the box and passed around
the booklets, they were all thoroughly impressed. In the booklet
was a poem commemorating the Gamma Chi girls and their
'gams" In short, it was a pretty wonderful evening, with the
oanqUet and the inevitable dancing at the Rancho afterwards.
Sunday, Mr. N verges and all the fellows in bis classes
went on a picnic. They were scheduled to go to Pina, but
with the ease that only a surveying teacher could display,
they got lost. They floundered around in the mangoes and
rain for a while, but finally got to Pina. Maybe it was the
influence of the rain or something, but they then proceeded
to play baseball in the water. These college boys have really
got It on the baU. But they all said they had a good time and
lots of fun, so guess it was worth all the rain and everything.
Monday morning ye ole CZJC had Its annual Awards Day
Program. Next year the 8A might move they mimeograph the
awards certificates because this year 106 people got them. The
bulk of the awards were athletics awards92. In other fields it
was Publications 11, Dramatics four, Cheerleaders six, Scholarship
63 and one for the Time Test. In the athletics department, ev-
eryone was very surprised when Wally Trout was presented with
the Knights of Columbus Most Valuable Player In Basketball
Award. They were like fun. Some one offered to go get a wheel
oarrow for Wally to carry out his sports awards In, while some-
one else was saying how downright mean it was for some ole
CHS fella to get the Most Valuable Baseball Award. Wally has
walked away with "Most Valuable" In Football, Track, and Bas-
ketball this year. And folks were mighty proud of Frances Farrell
when she was presented with the Canal Zone Women's College
Club Scholarship for $400. It's wonderful for Frances, and It will
certainly come In handy at Vassar or 8warthmore.
Next Monday the college boys seem to be giving a little
picnic at some beach. No doubt it Is to get in shape for the or-
deal the next morning. And no doubt they will be right in
shape because no doubt there will be lota of hot dogs and cokes.
Well kids, this is Just about it. I guess this is the last
time you will be reading this column, because next Tuesday
night yon will all be too busy celebrating graduation and
freedom. ___, w_l .. m
We've had a pretty swell year here at CZ Tech. Our football
team brought home the championship for us and we were mighty
proud of them. Along about that time we got In a war of spirit
with BH8 over some comment about cattle or something. And
polio Invaded and cramped all the social activities and aspira-
tions. Then about Christmas time two of the stars on the ath-
letic fields left us In the lurch when Bill Mable and Floann
Pierce got married. Exams came and we rolled into the second
semester and baseball and track. Then later on was "See How
They Run," a wonderful excuse for getting excused from classes
for two days, and the first thing we knew we started having
banquets and school was almost over.
Now pretty soon a lot of the kids will be heading for the
States to school and the Army, some will Join the CZ Police
Force, and some will even come back to J.C. to finish up. Well,
to all the sophomores who will be leaving J.C. (unless they pull
an Angermuller), good luck. The same to the.others who are
leaving. Also good Tuck to the ones who are coming back.
It's been really fun writing this column this year. It has
brought a little something resembling trouble around once m
a while, and for a time the Filthy Five didn't approve. But
1 hope that all that Is okayed Itself now, and we can all go away
with mellow memories. Since I am leaving for the Estados for
Lood in a little bit, I'm going to take advantage of the circum-
stances to say so long to everybody. Be good, kids.
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C.H.S. News
By Victor Mizrachl
Last week, was a week that Is
something to remember because
o the variety of activities. To
start the week right we had the
annual awards assembly, which
lasted about one hour, and was
held on Monday morning.
The most important thing on
the activity list was the Senior
Week. It started Monday 21, and
ended Sunday 27.
All day Monday the seniors
wore clothing from the roaring
twenties! On Monday night the
seniors met at strode Field and
had a wiener roast. After a few
games were played at the gym,
the seniors, all tired out, finally
got home.
Tuesday was profession day.
The seniors wore costumes of the
profession they were planning to
have. Some were dressed as doc-
tors, nurses, movie actors and
casino owners. At 6:00 p.m., they
met at the Margarita clubhouse
to go bowling at the Ft. Gullck
alley.
Wednesday was funny book
character day. They wore cos-
tumes of their favorite funny-
book character. Some were dress-
ed as Lil Abner, L'l Abner's mo-
ther, Sadsack and many other
different characters. Wednesday
night made history In school! It
was the senior slumber party.
The senior boys all met in the
Margarita gym. while the girls in
the teen-age club house. Some
of the boys decided to go to sleep
at one o'clock in the morning,
while others stayed awake all
night quietly In the gym. On
Thursday morning, which was
shipwreck day. the seniors really
looked shipwrecked. Most of
them come to school at 9:30 and
could hardly keep their eyes
opened. The square dance, which
was scheduled to take place on
Thursday night at the Margari-
ta gym. was called off because
the seniors wanted to catch up
on some sleep.
Friday was the atomic age
day. Since all of the seniors
dressed as we do In this era. we
presume that it will be the same
way fifty years from now. The
swimming party could not be
held that night because there was
no lifeguard available at the pool.
To terminate the senior week,
most of them met at the Ga-
tun clubhouse, and from there
went to a picnic at Pina. The
picnic started at about ten o'-
clock and ended late in the af-
ternoon.
The Cristobal ROTC gave a re-
view for the graduating class last
Tuesday. That was the last re-
view that the seniors ever saw as
students of Cristobal High School.
The Cristobal unit of the ROTC
will be on the memorial day pa-
rade tomorrow. They will march
through town and all the way to
the Mount Hope Cemetery
Last Sunday, some of the boys
got together to help celebrate
Paul Engelke's birthday. This
was a stag party in which Mrs.
Engelke served a delicious turkey
dinner. After the party the boys
went to the movies, and then to
the Colon fair.
Those present at the party
were John Townshend. Jack Al-
exaltls. Frank Holgerson, Dale
Cockle, Allan Blaney and Victor
Mizrachl.
Miss Juanita Meeks is giving
a party at the Ft. Gulick Offi-
cers Club for the seniors to-
night. This party Is a sort of
get-together party. Music will
be furnished by the Ft. Gulick
officers club Juke box. The par-
ty is really nice Juanita.
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud
Let's see, we ended last week's column in the midst of Senior
Week. Sohere goes with the rest of the activities for the seniors
una the other students as they completed their last tall week In
Balboa High School for 1950-51.
Seniors did not slack in wearing their very best to school on
Senior Dress-Up Day. last Wednesday. The halls of BHS looked
more like a fashion review stage than just mere corridors pathlng
the way to education. ~~*
Also Wednesday was the date set aside for the Annual Awards
Assembly. This program for presentations was called at 10:30
and lasted through to the end of fourth period. The assembly
was a big moment in the lives of many ol the high school stu-
dents. The first award, and one that drew the most Interest of
all seniors, was the one made by the American Legion to the most
oustandlng girl and bov graduate. Annette Qodby and Terry
Ford were the winners. Each received as his award a pin plus a
bronze medallion. Also the names of Annette and Terry were
placed on a plaque which will remain In Balboa High School.
Four honorable mentions were also given as part of the
American Legion award. Those receiving the certificates were
Patt Walker, Frank Mayo, Sara Sokol, and Roger Kelley.
Oodles and oodles of other presentations were made
and the ones of major importance were: the DAR Ameri-
can History medal to Mike McNevin, the ROA award to
Frank Mayo, the John Mitchell McGinnini Scholarship
to Roger Kelley, and the Delta Psi Omega Scholarship to
Terry Ford.
Speech awards were given by Mr. Sawyer to Terry Ford
David Albrltton, Patt Walker, and Gayle MacDonald. Photo-
graphers Jan Mirrop, Harold Bradford, Burt Mathews, and
Charles Handford received their awards from Mr. Mastel Miss
Whitman made the presentation of awards to Anne Pace Don
Tribe, and George Thullen for succeeding in making the "A"
Honor Roll five consecutive times throughout this year.
Awards in Journalism were made by both "Parrakeet" and
Zonian" sponsors. Miss Brlgham and Miss Thomas,' to outstand-
ing workers. Those receiving the gold Quill and Scroll awards
the "Parrakeet" were Sandy Beauchamp. Ramon Morales, Bob
Finley, Terry Ford, Patt Walker, and Louise Glud. Also Miss Bran-
ham made the presentation of the NSPA awards to Anna Gallo-
way, Virginia Selby. and Joan Baron. Miss Thomas awarded the
oid Quill and Scroll for the "Zonian" to Margaret Ryter, RusseH
Pierson, Sara Sokol. Celeste Powell, and Coila Qoodln. The re-
mainder of the "Zonian" staff received sliver Quill and Scroll
awards.
The business staffs of both publications received awards for
their meritorious work throughout the year from business spon-
sor, Mr. E. W. Hatchett.
u*r,,The..rfma.lnlnKv.awards were those t0 the Physics and chem-
,8try assistants, ushers, and to both boy and girl athletes.
,. ,"} f"J"re_, Program was brought to a close as 8A President
ror 1950-1951 Frank Mayo presented the Student Association
gavel to his successor for next year, Irwin Frank. Also Frank
introduced the vice-president Bob Peacher and the two charming
secretaries, Nancy Wells and Loana Hart. Before giving up his
o flee, Frank, In a short address, thanked Mr. Hotz, Mr. Zierten.
and Mr. Hatchett. Frank also said that he wanted to thank the
student body lor making this school year a success.
SA President for 1951-1952 Irwln Frank concluded the
ceremony by leading in the pledge of allegiance to the
flag of the United States of America.
The Tug-of-War between the juniors and seniors was to have
been on Wednesday also, but complications called for a postpone-
ment until .yesterday. 'Course, everybody received the news rap-
Idly that the hlgh-and-mighty seniors were brought to humilia-
tion by being pulled through the water by the Class of '52. If
nothing else, maybe the seniors will be remembered as being the
defeated In this battle. Being a senior myself, I can ay that
our boys didn't give in to the juniors very easily.
Seniors continued to follow through with the theme of wear-
ing apparel for the 1951 Senior Week and came to school on
Thursday sporting blue jeans and T-shirts, and skirts and sweat-
ers. Naturally, the girls wore the sweaters and skirts and they
euys wore the T-shirts and Jeans. Another change had to be
made on Thursday to disrupt the plans for Senior Week. There
was to have been an unofficial swimming party on that night at
the Albrook pool, but it was called off because of a reported out-
break of malarl. Therefore, Prexy Terry Ford arranged to get
the Red Door for that evening's fun. Seniors flocked to the
dance hall In Diablo and spent hours of doing just what they
considered the best time In their Uves.
On Thursday afternoon the junior and senior boys battled
on the basketball court. However, again the boys of the Class
of '51 were unfortunate. The seniors were defeated 38-24.
Something happened on Friday for the seniors did
not don their mortar boards. It was supposed to have
been Cap Day again with a senior recessional at 3:00.
Of course, we know that the recessional did not take olace
as planned because an ROTC review was held at 2:30. It was at
this last review of the year that Cadet Colonel Frank Mayo re-
ceived his sabre for being the outstanding cadet officer of the
Canal Zone Reserve Officers Training Corps. This presentation
was made by Mr. Zierten representing Lodge 1414 of the ELks.
Battalion sponsor Gayle MacDonald received a certificate In re-
cognition of the ROTC's participation In the Canal Zone Com-
munity Chest drive. Oovernor F. K. Newcomer also awarded
the guidon streamer to Company B under Cadet Captain Louis
Celerler for being the "best all-around company."
Following all the presentations, a unique part of the cere-
Rehearsals for the graduation
ceremonies have already started
this week. Every senior has al-
ready been assigned a partner to
walk with. The Cristobal High
School orchestra also started re-
hearsing for the commencement'
exercises which will take place on
June 5 at the CHS auditorium.
Well students, today was the
last day of school. On Thursday
the final tests start, but do not
be afraid of them. After all they |
are a bunch of papers. Anyway,
If you are afraid, here's wishing
you good luck.
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mony took place. The seniors of the ROTC marched front and
center en masse to Join the reviewing party. The remainder of
the corps then passed in review in honor of the parting kaydets.
Again there was a dance at the Red Door on Friday night.
This dance was sponsored by the Student Association, and the
entire school was Invited to attend.
The only important fact about today Is that it Is the last day
of regular classes In Balboa High School this year. It was today
that the last three o'clock bell rang. It was today that weIt's
no use, the more I try to write about how this last day passed
and how wonderful the entire year was the faster the tears flow
down my cheeks, and probably you too would feel a lump forming
In your throat.
Before closing tonight, I want to remind you folks of the
next of the farewell ceremonies of the departing seniors. This Is
the baccalaureate service to be held Sunday, June 3. This year
there will be the denominational services held during the morn-
ing at the various churches attended by the many seniors. Then
at 2:30 the entire senior class will meet at the Ancon Theater
to attend the lnterdenomenatlonal baccalaureate service. No
tickets will be needed to witness this ceremony.
On Friday, June 1. there will be the traditional senior party
for seniors only In the gym. The senior class officers are pre-
sently planning one last evening of fun In 51.
Not to be forgotten is the graduation rehearsal on next Mon-
day morning at 10:00 a. m. Mr. Zierten warns that all seniors
Intending to graduate a week from tonight must be present at this
rehearsal. That's right, only a week more to go before the real
thing." I'd love to go on tiding about the commencement exer-
cises but I'll leave that for next week's column and the last of
the BHS Notes. So until then, pass those exams 1
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On Color Televisio
From Supreme Court
WASHINGTON. May 2 (U
The Supreme Court flashed
go-ahead today for the Qolui
bia Broadcasting System
start commercial color televisi
broadcasts with Its controvers
method as soon as DOsslble
CBS promptly announced thfl
It will "shortly expand Its pi
sent color broadcast schedu]
In New York. It added thatT
expects to be producing a ilz
able schedule of color shows
New York and other cities
the CBS network "within a fe
months."
Chairman Wayne cov of t)
Federal Communications Cor
mission had no comment on tl
verdict which was approved \
eight of the nine lstlces. 1'
other favored further delay b
did not dissent.
CBS said the decision of tl
high bench removed "the la
roadblock to the public's enjo
ment of color television in tl
home."
No commercially made telev |
slon sets now in the hands
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era were reported rsady to b<
gin turning out color receive I
as soon as the High Court nih|
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Walter Winchell
In New York
By Victor Riesel
I conit. I'm turning myself
to. A Soviet-controlled Interna-
tional union U searching lor
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HERB COMES THE SHOWBOAT!
Tewnera are talking abeat the wlaerdy trou.in. la the
"Slalag 17" show. No big ames. Only big talent.. The Turtle
Award goes to Hie June Issue of a movie mag which currently re-
view "AU About Eve." H merely won all the medals months ago
...Sunshine and Thunder Note: Critic Brooks Atkinson described
the 1950-51 season as "continually Interesting." Bat George
Jeanius Nathan (who eke?) rebuffed It as "dlsnial ...Impossibil-
ity Item: Kioine (The Great Gabbo) Mcfclhone of "Leave It te the
Gets" and other programs saying: "I'm tow tired far wards' ...
The most intelligent TV variety show, "Garroway at Large, is
being yanked. Unable to draw much af an audience in aiiegi-d
sophisticated N. Y....O, You Hicks!.. Reporter who can t find
Aly Khan apparently looked everywhere but the Hotel Warwick.
The nice part of the "Mr. and Mr. North" whodunits via CBS
Is that they're never mysteryotypad A rare hayseed ditty that
ha the melodic charm of a genuine folk song Is christened Allen-
town Jail." Jo Stailord's platter u oof'ly purty...The word-for-
word description of the Rlta-Alv marital bout In the gazettes is
getting soooo yawny...lfs taboo in the film for a gel to put a
atraln on her sweater. But an upcoming movie titled "M" deals
with a psychopathic killer who slays children.. .Brooks Atkinsons
tom-bomb on first-nighters In his book. "Once Around the Sun":
"They bring nothing into the theatre except shallow, distracted
minds and tired emotions. They are the unburied dead, brushed,
combed, richly dreased and expensively embalmed." Fevvensakes!
"Love Is the Reason" ia certain to bo feeding the jukes all
Summer. It's the swingy-thlny from "Tree Grows In Brooklyn"
...Coast colyumists hail Ava Garden's chanting- in the soon due
cinema, "Showboat." But one mag reports Ava's vocallura waa
dubbed by Lena Home. We thawt it was dubbed by Frankeeeeeeel
...Money Berle's little known sideline: He's composed and co-
uutb'd over 104) songs...Dorothy Kirsten's album of Jerome Kern
hegullers is a must-get. The way she cooe "All the Things You
Are" toys with the heartstrings.. .The gabber on Channel 9 is a
brute. He disillusions The Lollipop Set by informing them that
the fights in Westerns are faked and that the baddlei are really
goodies in private life. Hissssssssssssss!
We refuse to give anv of our shoulders (to cry on) to any
g<,500 per week Follywoodlte who confesses In a mag piece that
he waa a chump for Joining the Reds. That they are chumps Is a
tcoop?. .The upcoming; picture, "Ace in the Hole," skips the cus-
tomary Gollywood version of a newspaperman. Instead of a blltz-
thiking scoop-happy herothis reporter's a vlllun...If that gal
telling you neckwear In the Cardinal shop on B'way and 45th
looks familiar, you're right. She's Fav 8paln. teevy's new ingenue
click, who still takes a turn with the cravats when things get dull
In video.
Radio oracle B. Gross' expose: A survey disclosed that local
lamillas (with telesets for 2 years) showed a 47% increase in
night-time radio listeners.. .The Sabbath Times reported teevy
has thofted 3 million listeners from radio. Mebbesowot? Your N.
Y. Correspondent's Sunday-night audience (according to all sur-
veys) hasn't varied in Z years. (Flngerenap in face).....Strain
Harris, a North Carolina schoolmarm (16 months ago), will be
featured thrush at La Vie En Rose starting June Six. Beautiful
4i nd talented... Another newcomer named Norma Hilton gets a
first break with her song. "My Life Began with You." It'll be
ABC'd via "Dream Harbor" on the Slatlt:45 to 11 p. m. Norma
was recently Girl Friday at WQAM. Miami.
O. tiamnieriteiii 11 recalls producer Max Oordon's tip in The
New Yorker; "The curtain goes up and two people are out on the
stage and somebody better say something pretty damn fast!"...
The revival of "Mutiny on the Bounty" (Gable vs. Laughton)
reminds you It Is the zlngiest of the nautical thrillers. Don't for-
get to bring your water-wings...Realism Item: Shellev Winters
plays In "A Place In the Sun" minus makeup. (How brave).. .The
Sek-a-boudoir episode in "On the Riviera" has Danny Kaye and
ene Tierney swapping amusing Freudian fripperies. Slick dialog
.piced with inslnuendoes.. .The things that come out of some
typewriters! A film mag gushes: "Ginger Rogers is the only wo-
man In Hollywood who can walk Into a room filled with people,
So over to a fireplace to warm her derrlereand still keep her
Ignlty".. .0. Pistachios.
"The Hills of Ireland" b a darlin'. A feature-length travelog
with Technicolor scenic wondersall perfect daydreams. .Inter-
views with visiting film folk rate The DnlUtaer Prlae. Ruth Ro-
man' uncommon sense: "Actresses are always being asked to
give advice on dosens of subjects. I've worked pretty hard learn-
ing how to do my own job. It certainly haan't Qualified me to give
advice on love, fashions or how to bake beans." Interviewers kind-
ly paste on your portable... Bob Dunn alleges he saw a very Lit-
tle Guy (at a Vitamin Health Bar) drink a tiny glass of carrot
iuice and then announce he could lick aav guy In the joint...
'hings That Keep .Me Awake Nights: Why "The Miami Story" film
title was changed to "The Las Vegas Story".. .Buddy Lester's new
routines at the 5 o'clock are ha halar lou*.. Wanna feel older?
Margaret O'Brien has her first strapless eve's frock!
Josephine Baker, despite a transportation strike In Detroit re-
cently, attracted a gross of $60.000 In 9 days.. Hilda Slmms. who
stole the honors In "Anna Lucasta." la the only American In Basil
Dean's version of "Hassan." the classic prose olay. You should see
her London notices. All Valentines.. .One of the too blues slnge:3
Is Alberta Hunter, now at La Comrnedla. Noel Coward wrote "I
Travel Alone" for her. never published or recordad here.. .Musical
Sex Note: A radio deelav rendered "The Hot Canary" after "Spar-
now In the Tree Top."
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Dear Mail Box Editor:
Well, my prediction has come
true. The Commissary has raised
the price of gaa again. They've
found a gold mine and boy are
they going to dig It deep.
The same third grade gas you
can gel In Texas. Louisiana, for
15 cents a gallon, and that is In-
cluding the Federal State. Coun-
ty and City tax. So you can Ima-
gine the profit made on a gallon
here. What a racket.
In the States you can also get
a little.service with your pur-
chase. Here they don't even have
a manager. The Commissary
managers have to take care of
the gas stations too.
The gas in my home town has
not gone up over 2 c*its In, the
last 15 years and they still man-
age to make a living even with
their overhead and the increase
In taxes. Here the price has more
than doubled while the overhead
has gone down You figure out
the profita that must be rolling
lit.
This Is just another examp'e
of the beating the employe Is
taking and brother It Is going to
get worse.
The Panama Canal has to make
money somewhere and where else
ia there to make it except take it
away from the employes.
They can't push the Steamship
Companies around so they are
going to push you around.
The fact that the employes are
leaving here by the boatload
doesn't seem to bother them on
the hill. They are getting their
12's to 15's. they should worry a-
bout you.
Why Isn't the reason for all the
people leaving here looked into.
It seems to me like someone
should be interested In this sit-
uation.
Why doesn't someone check on
the thousands of dollars It Is tak-
ing to replace employes that are
already here. I guess they would
rather have new workers, you
can fool them for a little while.
Why worry about the cost.
One of the Volga boatmen
leaving soon.
me, among others, and I'd like
.to be helpful. It all began at
one of those droning, week-long
sessions called by Soviet agen-
cies to brief their people on spe-
cial tactics for a new propagan-
da project. This conclave of
comrades profaned the Sabbath
en May 13, in Budapest, when
global leaders of the Russian-
operated International Organi-
sation of Journalists gathered
to listen to instructions from
Comlnform headquarters.
They were told bluntly to con-
tact their affiliated unions in
all non-Communist nations with
orders for them "to submit a
list of antl-Sovlet and anti-
Communist warmongering Jour-
nalists to the Secretary of the
union as soon as possible."
Since there Is no Communist
controlled "union of Journal-
ists" in the U. S., I'm sending
along my name to this outfit
which we know is preparing a
blacklist of those who are to be
destroyed. ,
/ was high on Jifmmler'i
Gestapo list and Qoebbels'
special roster of public ene-
mies of the Natis, our Army
of Occupation Intelligence
division discovered, and I'm
eager to make the grade with
the Stalinists.
This action by tha Comln-
form's "Journalists" organiza-
tion must be taken seriously, for
It is coupled with the Soviets
military maneuvering. This unit
was recently ousted from the
UN advisory bloc for being
"Moscow controlled" and in
a bitter letter of resignation, an
outstanding British newsman,
A. Kenyon, of Chelmsford. Es-
sex, wrote:
When I met with the 100 men
who lead labor In the highly
Industrialized auto, tool and
electronic center of South Bend,
Ind.. I learned that essential
contracU were going to plants
employing members of the pro-
Soviet Independent Electrical
Workers Union (UE).
Clearing Information with
other labor men In the midwest,
I discovered that this union was
submitting at least 145 new
wage and working condition de-
mands many of them "abso-
lutely ridiculous" to plants
about to produce electrical de-
vices and wings for fighting
aircraft.
And from union leaders
in New England, I've learn-
ed that the US has been fil'
ing petitions for union elec-
tions mainly In those plant
producing highly secret war
goods such as the jet air-
plane motors.
Especially heavy was this ac-
tivity In the Evansvllle, Ind.,
area as well as In Lynn, Mass.,
and the Schenectady New York,
electronics center where tha
"Russophlle Follies," aa the
boys call them, put on Its most
recent stand. Leaders of this
union call wage rallies and, even
at this late date, blast our coun-
try's efforts to help Europe and
Asia defend themselves against
the Bovletlzed armies.
This has been passed on to
Washington, where we know
that the entire policy of placing
war contracts in electrical
plants, copper smelting plants
and little feeder part shops,
where labor Is controlled by the
pro-Commies, is being reviewed
with federal security intelligence
aid.
Or, when I returned, I was In-
formed by my distinguished and
Vandyke b e arded colleague,
Listn Oak, on the Voice of
America labor desk; that th*
big Polish Daily "Trybunu Lu-
du" reprinted an editorial from
John Lewis' Mlneworkers' Jour-
nal, which attacked peonage
practices and the low wages
handed the Mexican wetbacks in
our southwest. This ran in Po-
land as "Slave Labor of Thou-
sands of Foreigners In the U. S."
We are making contact with
John Lewis, whose name still
is greatly respected In world
labor circles, In an effort to ob-
tain from him an editorial
blasting the Soviet's slave labor
and to point out that the
UN's slate labor Investigating
commission is welcome In every
country, except t h e Soviet
Union.
And later, at dinner with
my friend, the AFL Sea-
farers' leader, husky Paul
Hall, I learn of secret Com-
munist circu a r letters
smuggled aboard ships by
British Communist Party
couriers. These memos give
specific instructions "on how
to foment insubordination
among seamen and disable
merchantmen of non-Com-
munist nations."
The Comlnform circular In
his possession is dated "Lon-
don, Dec. 1950" and is entitled
"81mple and Elementary Me-
thods to Make Agitations and
Induce the Crews of Merchant
Ships to Rid Themselves of Ca-
pitalist Authority."
This Is the chart for mutiny.
And it will be exposed in detail
soon so that the crews of a
thousand ships carrying guns
and ammo to our friends will
sail smoothly into friendly har-
bors Instead of falling for un-
dercover Commie cells.
That's why the Reds want
a black list of free newspaper-
men. We have become military
weapons they want to spike.
"Aren't Prices Terrible?"
Cost-to-Cost Hookup
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. We had a teak for two at
dinner last night, cooked at home. It was a
little stringy, and somewhat tough. There was
a big blub of fat In the middle and a wide, de-
corative rim of fat all around, and a hunk of
bone as thick as a dinosaur's thigh on one side.
Price: $4.05. and we got up hungry.
I met a manufacturer of arms not long ago.
He makes carbines for the Marines to kill Ko-
reans with. His carbines are roughly 110 per-
cent more expensive than they were when we
fought a two-front war only yesterday, against
the Germans and Japs. Some defense materials,
he said, were as much as 200 percent over their
World War n costs.
I met a currently unpopular economist who
performed well In World War II who says angri-
ly that there is no such thing as giving the
people both guns and butter during a crisis
without wrecking their economy by run-thief
inflation. The competition for materials and
labor for both drives basic costs crazy, and they
never quit, as wages and prices chase their tails
in a maddened circle.
One of the big meat growers calls me a few
days before the first controls go into effect, and
says calmly that the meat growers and the meat
packers will not allow government reductions to
work. And that a worse black market than we
saw In World War II Is already abuildlng.
Then the National Association of Manufac-
turers screams for an end of all controls, and
recommends sales tax on everything but food
as an antidote for inflation. I can see the vast-
est of all black markets growing out of that
one. and mv eves ain't related to an eagle.
Let us admit that economics is not my pid-
gin, but I see the check stubs occasionally, and
I know that guns are up, and steaks are up.
and butter is up, and cars are up. and booze
is up and they've all been soaring steadily
since the war quit. Not only have they soared,
but the shortages In the civilian consumer stuff
are already apparent, and Charlie Wilson or
somebodv says It's going to be two years before
we're "ready."
It loolu very much, then, as If we are in the
process of giving the people neither guns nor
butter they can afford, and hamstringing them
with taxes, while fighting a bush-league war.
It Is too late to bemoan the shortness of sight,
a polite word for stupidity, which prevented us
from stockpiling necessities, hard goods, in re-
turn for the money we scattered so bravely after
the war. We pav premium prices now for mi-
nerals and wool and such truck we could have
taken in hock for moneys paid out.
But we have piddled with inflation checks for
a year or so now and have bought nothing but
fresh Inflation, fresh taxes, which have conspir-
ed to drive up prices rather than control them.
and now are staring down the throat o severe
shortages due to partial controls.
So far as we, the consumers and contributors,
can see. that? idiot's delight ballet in* Washing-
ton has done nothing appreciable to stem a ris-
ing tide of disaster from inflation. They have
mumbled some double talk and Invoked cold
showers and brisk walka as a remedv. but up
go the prices, up go the taxes, and down goes
the value of what vou buy.
As I said. I claim no economic Infallibility,
but that damn' steak was tough, skimpy, and
cost four bucks. There was a time when you
could have bought the cow for that much mo-
nay. There's got to be something wrong some-
where, and I suspect it is leu with the follow-
ers than with the leaders. If vou will excuse the
latter expression.
elf* WSIIIN6T0H
MERRY
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Sy PK1.W MAMN I
Matter Of Fact
Drew Pearson says: Caga of George S. Wheeler shows how
unwitting Americans supported Communists; Civil Ser-
vice suspected Wheeler five years before he was fir-
ed; Postal Union boots Communist China.
WASHINGTON.Just a year ago, an American citizen, Oeorgt
8. Wheeler, issued a blast against the United States and an-
nounced his intention to live In Czechoslovakia. He and his wife
are still there, reportedly teaching school.
Interesting Inside fact about Wheeler Is that, five years be-
fore, the U.8. Civil Service Commission had suspected his dis-
loyalty and ordered him fired. But thanks to the Intervention of
well-meaning friends, he was reinstated and permitted to occupy
a key job In Germany.
The man who chiefly went to bat for Wheeler was David
A. Morse, former counsel of the National Labor Relations Board,
former Under-Secretary of Labor, now with the International
Labor Office in Geneva.
To a lesser extent, Wheeler was also supported by Gen.
Frank J. McSherry. Director of the Manpower Division of thft
Allied Control Council in Germany, and by Gen. Philip Fleming,
then Chief of the Public Works Administration, later chairman
o the Maritime Commission.
This was back in 1945, of course, when Americans were con
clderably more trusting than they are now. The Incident present
an interesting case history illustrating how unsuspecting Amar-'
leans can get sucked Into supporting Communists.
WORKED WITH KPI)
The Civil Service Commission first acted to fire Wheeler
when he was chief of the Denazification Control branch of the
Control Council in Germany after receiving reports that Wheeler
v,as a courier for the KPD, the German Communist party. This
belief arose from the fact that after Wheeler had visited cer-
tain cities, the local branch of the KPD would immediately begin
agitating along the latest Communist lines.
As a result, William H. Hull of the Civil Service Commission
rote on Jan. 2, 1045: "Mr. Wheeler has followed the Communist
Une in its changes from before 1939 to date. Evidence relating
directly to this matter Is supported by other evidence that shows
Mr. Wheeler's active participation and sympathetic Interest in
rlleles and programs directly and Indirectly furthering the ob-
jectives of Communism." i
"The position to which Mr. Wheeler was appointed Is Of such
importance to the Government of the United States that
great care must be exercised Mr. Wheeler has been rated
Ineligible."
However, David A. Morse, then a Lieutenant Colonel and
Wheeler's immediate superior, wrote a long letter, Oct. 1. 1945,
stating, among other things:
"I am taking this opportunity now that I am back in the
States, to submit this letter in Mr. Wheeler's behalf with my
estimate of his high Integrity and unquestioned loyalty to Am-
erica."
Later, Oct. 29, 1945, Morse appeared before the Civil Service
Commission and testified that if Wheeler had been dismissed
pursuant to the Civil Service letter of Jan. 2 the constructive
clde of the U.S. postwar effort In Germany would nave Deen
adversely affected."
So Wheeler was reinstated and served with the American mil-
itary government In Germany from Dec. 30, 1945 to Dec. 29, 1947.
Three years later, on April 7, 1950, he asked for asylum of the
Czech Goevrnment and has since been reported by the Czech
press as making speeches In praise of that "Communist para-
dise" and attacking the "warmongering" of his native country,
the United States of America.
BLOCKING THE COMMUNISTS
Assistant Postmaster General Jack Redding has given the
nation an illustration of what can be done regarding the Chinese
Communists diplomatically when you really get on the ball.
Last winter Redding attended a meeting of the Universal
Postal Union at Cairo, where the Chinese Communists won an im-
portant victory. Despite the objection of the United States and
much to Redding's disgust, they were seated as a member of
i,he Union.
However, another meeting of the Postal Union was scheduled
for May 21 at St. Gallen, Switzerland, and Redding Immediately
gut busy. He notified the anti-Communist friends of the U.S.A.
that we would like to see them attend the St. Gallen meeting
and vote with us against China. As a result, Turkey, Mxico;
Colombia and Brazil, which had not participated before, show-
ed up.
And last week, thanks to Redding's alertness, the Postal
Union voted 10 to 8, with three abstaining, to boot Communist
China out of the Postal Union.
RIDGWAY VS. RHEE
Gen. Matthew Rldgway sent an Important cabie to the De-
fense Department last week regarding his problems with Pre-
sident Syngman Rhee and Korean troops.
President Rhee has insisted that Korean troops be organized
as independent units and fight completely on their own. General
Ridgway, on the other hand, has found that Korean troops fight
well when closely Integrated with U.S. troops but break and run
when organized as Independent units. Each time the Chinese
have struck recently, they have aimed their chief blows at the
South Koreans.
Therefore, General Rldgway asked the Defense Department
to help him straighten out this problem with elderly, crusty
President Rhee, who argues that If Korea is to defend itself in
tne future, Its troops must learn to fight Independently.
Secretary Marshall immediately got in touch with the State
Department, secured Its cooperation toward Informing President
Rhee that his troops must be Integrated, at least until the crisis
is over. *
NOTEAt Wake Island, President Truman felt Rhee Was
a weight around Korea's neck, suggested to General MacArthur
tnat new elections be held. MacArthur differed, stanchly defend-
ed Rhee. Truman dropped the matter. f
(Copyright, 1951, by The BeU Syndicate, Inc.)
i.


By Stewart Alsop
WHAT DO WE WANT IN KOREA?
WASHINGTON.The National Security Coun-
cil, with the concurrence of President Truman,
has now at last arrived at a decision of the
greatest Importance. After endless travail, the
National Security Council has decided precisely
what the American government wants to achieve
In Korea
What the American government wants Is
negotiated settlement of the Korean war. based
en the partition of Korea at the 38th Parallel.
This is. of course, a minimum objective. And to
this objective certain conditions are attached.
One condition Is that such a settlement must
Involve no commitment whatsoever on the status
of Formosa or on Communist China's admission
into the United Nations. Another condition is
that United Nations observers must be freely
admitted into North Korea, to make certain that
Chinese Communist troops are actually with-
drawn. A third probable condition is the estab-
lishment of a demilitarized buffer zone along
the 38th Parallel.
This National 8ecuritv Council decision is of
the utmost significance In a great many ways.
For one thing, such a settlement would be far
ahort of the "victory" which Gen. MacArthur
demands a fact which has all sorts of domestic
political Implications. But although a settle-
ment on the 38th Parallel would not mean vic-
tory for this country, it would certainlv mean
defeat for the Soviet effort to seize all Korea by
force.
This raises the obvious question whether
there U anv real chance at all of negotiating
such a settlement. Here the evidence, while
certainlv not conclusive. Is at leaat Interesting.
About two weeks ago. as first reported in this
anace, there came the first exceedingly veiled
hints of a Soviet willingness to negotiate on Ko-
rea.' Descite denials, one auch hint came from
Soviet United Nations delegate Jacob Malik. An-
other, stronger hint, which carried the implica-
tion that the British might act as Interme-
diaries, was conveved to British Foreign Secre-
tary Herbert Morrison. And at the same time,
the Sovl-t nroDaganda line underwent an abruot
change, which has received remarkably little at-
tention In this country. .
Previously, the universal Communist line had
been that the "American Imperialists" must be
driven into the sea. Then the Kremlin's^ Mos-
cow mouthpiece, the newspaper "Pravda. sud-
denly gave much space to an obscure Senate
resolution Introduced by Colorado's Sen. Edwin
Johnson. This resolution proposed a negotiated
cease-fire on the 38th Parallel. Instantly the
Western Communist press, and especially the
New York "Dally Worker." obviously acting on
urgent orders from the Kremlin, began beating
the drums for the Johnson resolution.
It Is true that the other Kremlin mouthpiece,
"Izvestla." mildly disputed "Pravda," asserting
that the Johnson resolution waa no more than
"imperialist camouflage." The Chinese Commu-
nist propaganda apparatus has adhered rigidly
and exclusively to this line.
Even so. the best of the experts take the signs
and portents listed above very seriously Indeed.
These signs and portents at least might mean
that the Soviet rulers, since the defeat of the
Communist spring offensive, have concluded
that Soviet victory in Korea is impossible with-
out world war, and have therefore decided to
cut their losses. If so, a settlement will require
two stages.
The first stage will be that of secret negotia-
tion with the Soviets which one official has
described as "a process both as clumsy and as
delicate as the mating of whales." If an
enormous If this process is successful. It will
then be up to the Soviet rulers to force their
Chinese satellites into line. Rightly or wrongly.
none of the experts believes that there is the
slightest doubt about the Soviet abllltv to do
this. Tne second, formal stage of negotiation
will then start, in which a settlement already
arrived at will be publicly ratified.
No one in his senses will predict that any-
thing like the foregoing will actually come to
pass. The Soviet hints and the 8ovlet propa-
ganda s a itch ma" be no more than a trap for
the unwary. Any one of a number of events,
notablv an explosion in Iran, or a new Soviet-
insnlred hagresslon elsewhere, could rule out the
slightest chance of a settlement. Yet. in trying
to understand what lies behind all the sound
and furv emanating from Washington, it is
worth bearing in mind that the most expe-
rienced collcv makers seriously believe that
there is a real chance of a negotiated settle-
ment of the Korean war: and that American
policy in Asia Is now squarely based on this
chance, however slim it ma be.
(Copyright. 1951. New lark Herald Tribmae lae.)




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PANAMA, R. P., MARTES, MAYO 29. 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
A diez millones asciende la Deuda Interna
El rgano Ejecutivo estudia
un plan para refundirla un
tipo de inters del 3% anual
En la actualidad existen cuentas de vigencia ex-
pirada por valor de B.3.000.000
En los altos crculos, gubernamentales se estudiaba
la conveniencia de poner en prctica un plan para la re-
fundicin de la deuda interna de la Repblica, segn fui
mos informados esta maana en fuentes oficiales.
La deuda interna de la repblica que asciende a
cerca de diez millones de balboas, esta representada en
diferentes emisiones de bonos con un inters que flucta
del cuatro al seis por ciento. El plan de refundicin com-
prendera la emisin de nuevos bonos aun slo tipo de
inters, que en este caso sera el tres (3) por ciento.
Las sesiones extraordinarias de la
Cmara costarn al Fisco B. 60.000
Sobre este particular la Con-
traloria General de la Rep-
blica est acumulando informa-
cin estadstica para presentar
al organ Ejecutivo un estado
de situacin que refleje en ci-
fras el monto de la deuda In-
terna de la Repblica. ,
Estos bonos se colocaran en
el exterior en caso de que el
Gobierno encuentra factible lle-
var adelante su propsito que
solucionara en parte el grave
problema fiscal.
Todo este plan de refundi-
cin de la deuda interna ten-
dra que tener la aprobacin
de la Asamblea Nacional, que
le impartirla, su ratificacin
mediante una ley que se refie-
ra concretamente al problema
de la refundicin de la deuda
interna.
Como he moa informado con
anterioridad, cerca de tres mi-
llones de balboa del Presupues-
to permanecen a cuentas de
vigencia expiradas deuda in-
terna que han ocasionado los
desafustes y el desequilibrio en
el Presupuesto de Rentas y
Gastos para la prxima vigen-
cia fiscal.
--------------------------------------------
No han nombrado
an suplentes de
los Gobernadores
En vista de que varias perso-
nas nos han llamado para pre-
guntar loa nombres de los su-
plentes a las diferentes Gober-
naciones de Provincias de la
Repblica, estamos en capaci-
dad de Informar que hasta el
momento de cerrar planas este
diarlo no hablan sido nombra-
dos an dichos suplentes.
Slnembargo, se espera que de
un momento a otro el rgano
Ejecutivo har los nombra-
mientos correspondientes.
La Corte declar que no es legal
la detencin de Don E. Linares Jr.
El Alcantarillado de las
afueras ser impulsado
Se solicitar un emprstito de cuarenta millones de
balboas al Banco Mundial
BsssssC^**ft'~* v^^^ssssj.-.--
El Gobierno consideraba seriamente la construccin del al-
cantarillado e tas afueras de la Capital ave a na cesto de cea-
reata millones ha aide proyectado.
Sebre este particular se nos dijo, eue se reeuicren autoriza-
ciones de la Asamblea Nacional para que el Gebierne pueda ges-
tionar un emprstito con el Banco Mundial para pener la obra
en movimiento.
Sobre el problema sanitario surgido en las afueras de la Ca-
pital y provocado por las aguas negras y falta de alcantarillado,
algunas organizaciones sanitarias internacionales han manifesta-
do su preocupacin, sobre todo las autoridades sanitarias de la
Zona del Canal.
En relacin con este proyecto una firma norteamericana est
confeccionando los planos d la obra y prepara on memorandum
obre los medies para la consecucin del emprstito y las formas
> darle viabilidad en general a la obra.
Malik neg enfticamente que
Rusia hubiese hecho tanteos
de paz en relacin con Corea
Una nueva ofensiva
de paz puede hacer
Inglaterra en Corea
LONDRES, Mayo 29 (UP)
Fuentes britnicas revelaron
que la por largo tiempo demo.a -
'.la nueva declaracin de objeti-
vos aliados en Corea, est siin-
ao considerada otra vez tenien-
do en cuenta el extraordinario
cambio de los acontecimiento*
en los campos de batallas ca-
ranos.
La Corte Suprema de Jus-
ticia declar esta maana por
unanimidad, que no es legal
la detencin preventiva del Ing.
Enrique Linares Jr., y en con-
secuencia orden su libertad.
El Ing. Enrique Linares Jr.
fue detenido a raz de loe a-
conteclmientos polticos que se
sucedieron el 10 a> los corrien-
tes.
Al pronunciarse la Corte en
este recurso de Habeas Corpus,
declar lo siguiente:
"Considera la Corte necesa-
rio anotar que las sumarias
baje examen ponen de mani-
f I esto que el funcionario
Investigador en ninguna par-
te orienta la Investigacin
eon miras al esclarecimiento
de todos lee actos delictuosos
que culminaron .con la ex-
pedicin del Decrete de Gabi-
nete derogatorio de la Cons-
titucin Nacional".
El recurso de Habeas Cor-
pus en beneficio del seor Li-
nares fue presentado a la Cor-
te por el Licenciado Pedro Mo-
reno Correa.
La Investigacin a que se
refiere la Corte' Suprema' ha
estado a cargo del Licenciado
Carlos Augusto Lpez, Fiscal
Segundo del Primer Distrito Ju-
dicial.
El voluminoso expediente exa-
minado por la Corte Suprema
de Justicia consta de ms de
mil folios entre documentos y
testimonios y permaneci en
estudio durante cinco das.
En un frente de 120 millas
se deciden a pelear ahora
los Comunistas en Corea
NACIONES UNIDAS, Mayo 29
(UP) Jacob A. Malik, Jefe ue
la delegacin de Rusia en las
Naciones Unidas, neg que este
Elegirn Sndico
en la Universidad
el lunes prximo
La Asociacin de Graduados
I de la Universidad de Panam
celebrar una sesin especial
prximo lunes 4 de junio a
siete y treinta de la no-
|che, en el saln de actos del
liiclo de Humanidades con
el propsito de elegir el re-
presentante de la Asociacin
inte la Junta de Sndicos de
Universidad.
En esta misma reunin se
leglr tambin la nueva direc-
iva. Las citaciones se estn
enviando por correo, pero se
lace un llamado por este me-
lio para que no dejen de asis-
tir los miembros de la Aso-
ciacin ya que esta sesin es
unamente importante.
Panam, mayo 28 de 19*1
pais hubiese hecho tanteos it
paz -en relacin con el conflicto
de Corea.
El taciturno diplomtico ruso
rompi as el silencio que du-
rante semanas ha mantenido el
Kremlin, pese a los rumores u-
s\ diarlos de que la Unin So-
vitica estaba dispuesta, si no
ansiosa, de finalizar cuanto abi-
tes la guerra coreana.
El ltimo rumor ha sido que
.a "esfera rusa", sin otra iden-
tificacin que esa, habia infor-
mado a travs de un Interme-
dio sueco a la Cancillera de
Suecia que la Unin Sovitica
considerarla aceptable una so-
lucin de la guerra de Corea so
bre la base de un cese de hos-
tilidades a lo largo del Paralelo
38.
Un portavoz de Malik dito
que tai noticia careca de base.
Portavoces de Estados Unaos
iv las Naciones Unidas y Wash-
ington tambin negaron el co-
nocimiento de dicho rumor.
Slnembargo, 8uecla inform
del caso a la comisin de bue-
nos oficios de las Naciones U-
r,das. creada para tratar de
negociar con loa comunistas c.-.\-
(Fasa a la Fg. i. Coi. t
La declaracin, cuyo objeto
principal es que termine la gue-
rra en Corea a base de cou.il-
et prestigio de las Naciones
durante varas semanas cuan-
do la destitucin del GencU
MacArthr hizo poco propicio la
situacin para que se emitiera.
Tras la destitucin de Mac-
Arthr vino la gran ofensiva
comunista y durante ella la de-
claracin de ias Naciones Uni-
das hubiera sido, por supuesto,
imposible
Pero ahora que las fuerzas del
Teniente General James Van
Fleet estn persiguiendo a ix
comunistas que se retiran r-
pidamente hada el norte de la
peninsula, los funcionarlos bri-
tnicos creen que el momet.to
es oportuno para considerar
nuevamente la declaracin de
propsitos.
Slnembargo, los funcionarlos
subrayaron que miembros de u>s
Naciones Unidas con tropas en
Corea esperarn algo ms pa-
ra ver si contina en gran es-
cala la retirada Chinas y norec-
rcana o si se trata de otra ma-
niobra tctica para reagn.par
las tropas y reanudar los a-
taques.
TOKIO, mayo 29. (UP). Los
comunistas en retirada decidie-
ron pelear a todo lo largo del
frente de 120 millas en Corea
El aumento de la resistencia
comunista y los contra-ataques
clones que mantengan en alta^M*'.*?''0. y en algunos
U_ sectores detenido
el avance del
nidaf, habia estado engavetada *>* Ejrcito. Los aviones de xt-
Dan prstamo
de $600,000.00 a
empresa nica
, WASHINGTON, mayo 2.
(UP). El Banco de Impor-
tacin y Exportacin anunci
que su directiva habia apro-
bado un crdito de 800 mil
dlares a la empresa de fuerza
y luz de Nicaragua.
La empresa, propiedad del
Gobierno, usar el crdito en
la compra de materiales, Ins-
talaciones y servicios para
construcciones con que espera
remediar la escasez de energa
en Managua y permitir con ello
que la compaa pueda hacer
frente a las crecientes deman-
das de sus clientes, incluso va-
rias empresas industriales nue
vas y el nuevo aeropuerto in
ternaclonal.
conocimiento han informado
3ue ios convoyes rojos se estn
lrlgiendo hacia el frente coa
refuerzos y abastecimientos.
Los comunistas chinos co-
menzaron a atacar al Sur de
Yanggu en el extremo oriental
de la represa de Hwachon, sie-
te millas al Norte del Paralelo
38 y detuvieron el avance alia-
do. Tambin se ha reportado
una tenaz resistencia al Norte
de Hwachon en el extremo oc-
cidental de la represa y al Nor-
te de Inje a diez millas al sur-
este de Yanggu.
Sin embargo, las fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas todava
continan capturando cientos
de comunistas que fueron ol-
vidados en el rpido avance
aliado a travs del Paralelo 30.
Tres divisiones comunistas,
con un total de 18,000 hombres
han sido barridas durante los
ltimos tres das en el sector
de Chunchon en el frente cen-
trad.
Un portavoz del Octavo E-
jrclto dijo que ayer se captu-
raron 5,028 chino* y que 12,974
fueron muertos o heridos en
una campaa de tres das. El
rea de Chunchon se encuen-
tra limpia de soldados comu-
nistas al Sur de Yanggu como
"fuerte" y dijo que estaba a-
poyado por el fuego de mor-
teros. El contra-ataque estaba
concentrado contra una compa-
a, pero varias otras unida-
des han informado que han en-
contrado tenaz resistencia, en
el mismo sector.
Por no poder abrir
la puerta le entr
a martillo al auto
El Sr. Henry A. Langley, pa-
nameo, empleado del Hospital
de coroza], se encuentra re-
cluido en el Hospital Gorgas
"bajo observacin".
El Sr. Langley, al no poder
abrir la puerta de su automvil
un Playmouth 1030. agarr un
martillo y arremeti contra el
automvil desruyndolo casi
por completo en Red Tank.
Mientras el Sr. Langley des-
trua su carro con el martillo,
una gran multitud lo rode,
arayendo asi a un Polica, quien
llev a Langley a la Estacin
de Polica de Red Tank, en don-
de no se le Impuso multa al-
guna, ya que el automvil era
de su propiedad, pero se le
orden limpiar el lugar en don-
de estaba el automvil.
Slnembargo, por las dudas,
Langley fu recluido en el Gor-
gas para ser sometido a ob-
servacin.
Visitar el Per
el ex-Presiden te
Urriolagoita
LIMA, Mayo 29 (UP) El ex-
Presldene de Bolivia, Mamerto
Urlolagoltia visitar a Lhna
invitado por el Gobierno de Pe-
r, viajando por la via area a
Lima hoy.
El ex-Preidente Urlolagoltia
brindar una comida maana
en honor del Vlce-Presidente
dtl Per y el Presidente del Se-
nado peruano Hctor Boza.
El agasajo, al que se ha invi-
tado a numerosas personalida-
des tendr lugar en la Embaja-
da de Bolivia.
Han fracasado las gestiones
para lograr que los HH.DD.
renuncien a los B. 1.000.00
Fuentes enteradas aseguraban hoy que es muy
posible que no se haga la convocatoria
Se calcula en B 60,000 00 lo que costar al Estado la
convocatoria de la Asamblea Nacional a sesiones extra
ordinarias, segn informes dados a este diario en fuentes
oficiales. Existe la posibilidad de que el rgano Ejecutivo
proceda esta noche a la convocatoria de la Cmara, en
la sesin extraordinaria que celebrar el Consejo de Gabi-
nete. Se entiende que la Cmara sesionar por el trmino
de diez das.
De los B.flO.OOO.OO que costa-
r al Estado la reunin de la
Cmara, B.42.000.00 son para
pagar los gastos de representa-
cin de los diputados por los
diez dias de sesiones y el resto
los emolumentos por su trabajo
durante el trmino de las Be-
stiones.
Como habamos anunciado
anteriormente, existia la posi-
bilidad de que los diputados
renunciaran a sus gastos de
representacin, en razn a la
difcil sltuaclion por lu que
atraviesa el Fisco y al corto
trmino de la convocatoria, pe-
ro. 1 parecer la idea fue re-
cibida framente por los Hono-
rables Diputados.
En caso de la convocatoria la
Asamblea Nacional considerar
los puntos para cuya conside-
racin haya sido convocada y
las otras cuestiones y proyectos
que a bien tenga presentar, el
rgano Ejecutivo a la Asamblea
Nacional para su aprobacin.
Editorial
"Escandalosa" y demasiado fuerte
califican la censura Mexicana
_ Jf^Sft** *,*50 M '.JT' ~~ P P'^Mwte de U Federacin de Radioemisoras de Cuba.
Eduardo Hctor Alonso, califico de "golpe demasiado fuerte" y "escandalosa" la censara im-
puesta en Mexico a las transmisiones de radio.
Alonso dijo: "No obstante haberla proporcionado la Prensa Unida, fuente tan antoriaa-
dst, leo radioemisora cubanos ponemos en dnda oor increble la noticia de que en Mxico
se ha spasete la' censara a las estaciones de radie.
"Nee parece iee este coipe es demasiado fuerte para le sue esa hermana repbOea re-
presente. Por otra parte, nos duele que mientras en Coba estamos tramitando una ley de
radiedifesin liberal t taran tiradora de todos lee derechos. Un eerca de nosotros, geesjrfi-
ca y efeeMvamente, se proehnoa an bees Un contradictorio eue califcaseos de eeandalo-
"La Federacin de Radioemisoras de Cuba erotesU eon toda eneris t esmera usa reac-
cin Inmediata en U Asociacin nter-Americana de Radiodifusin, asi como eue leo compa-
eros mexicanos se pencan en pie de lucha".
LA GESTA CVICA NO HA TERMINADO AUN
La protesta enrgica de la prensa local y la re-
pulsa unnime de la ciudadana consciente y respon-
sable por el editorial del sbado y el domingo del
vespertino que publica la empresa que presidi
hasta esta maana el Comandante en Jefe de
la Polica Nacional, incitando pblicamente al ase-
sinato de dos ex-Presidentes de la Repblica,
dan derecho a pensar que el pueblo panameo,
no obstante su natural inclinacin al apasiona-
miento en las cuestiones polticas, aun sabe con-
servar su compostura de pueblo digno y detener y
repudiar a quienes quieran, directamente o por inter-
puesta persona, hacer descender las controversias
polticas al plano de la villana y de la accin procaz
y cobarde.
Y son los gestos como stos de parte de la co-
munidad los que dan motivo para pensar que el ci-
vilismo panameo es capaz de defenderse por s s-
lo y de no permitir la corrupcin total del pas. Ha-
cen pensar asimismo que la jornada cvica del
10 de mayo no debe inteepretarse como un acto es-
pordico e inconexo de parte de un pueblo aira-
do a impulsos de una pasin momentnea,, sino co-
mo el resultado consciente y meditado de un anli-
sis a fondo de una situacin disolvente, y por ello
ese pueblo procedi a actuar antes que se llegara a
la desintegracin total.
PROTESTAMOS
El diario LA NACIN, en sus entregas del sbado y del
domingo ltimos, en su seccin editorial, expresa entre otras
cosas lo siguiente:
"El snfrimiento de cada invlido, el dolor de ca-
da viuda, hijo o hermano reclaman el precio de esa
sangre inhumanamente derramada por les sayos y
exigen si conjuro de ese enorme posar, la exttaeta
inmediata no slo de la vida poltica, sino 4e la vida
real, de ese funesto binomio de homares eue le kan
causado tantos y tan enormes males a U aspee Mea.
Refirese el edltoriallsta a los doctores Harmodio
nulfo Arlad. >
Nuestra actttud frente al Gobierno del Dr. Areruifo Arlas
fue en todo momento de-eiara T rtfrtsaas jnfltOTuii Fuimos,
por ello, victimas de todas sus tropelas; snembargo, consi-
deramos impropio, peligroso e inhumano solicitar su elimi-
nacin personal. Si alguien, aUndlendo el llamado de LA
NACIOPJ, ulUmara al Dr. Arnulfo Arlas le restarla altura
y nobleza al movimiento del pueblo pananwfto que. por los
caminos del civismo, lo depuso del poder, y que de igual
manera se lo ha entregado a la Justicia ordinaria para que
le Imponga las penas que merezca su actuacin.
Con respecto al Dr. Harmodio Arlas, ex-Presldente de la
Repblica y Director de "El Panam Amrica", queremos
manifestar que es digno, en un pais libre, de gozar de las
ms amplias garantas y de todos los privilegios que la de-
mocracia les concede a los integrantes de una sociedad
civilizada.
Que conste nuestra enrgica protesta y nuestra pena por
la forma violentamente apasionada como ha procedido el
colega.
(De EL PAS, de 28 de Mayo de 1951)
Puede terminar en
fracaso reunin
de Cancilleres
MOSC, Mayo 29 (DP) Los
observadores diplomtico opi-
nan que es probable que la reu-
nin en Paris de los delegadus
do Ministros de Relaciones Ex-
teriores levante sesiones sin ha-
ber logrado xito en sus gestio-
nes para preparar el programs
para lo Conferencia de Canci-
lleres de los Cuatro Grandes.
La prensa sovitica, por s*~~
fijndo da seguido, criqr itrs
ni lente Ir "Intrsr i
norteamericana y repl",
gato sovitico de que 1 "
mundial no puede e
sin discutir el Pacto d"
tico.
El pesimismo ha a
con la publicacin en
de un articulo en que
Us tcticas norteamer]
han caracterizado po.
cuanto pretexto han t*|
ra hacer fracasar o
tanto la reunin de
c^imo la Conferencia
lleres. (
"Pravda' repite unsf
cue los occidentales
reunirse para entrevi;]
ris pero que no pudiel
lo ante la lnslstenc'
y la presin de la
ios pases pacifictas
do finalmente decic
tuar las reuniones \
con el precesMslf,-\
Ue engaar ai
inda de proveer'
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plan de tele ,q,
para Latino
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Se ha anunciado iAS sjem-
transmitlr por telepI-ovoca
tidos Unidos una,, su ven-
< .-amas dedicado?
(Pasa a la nagtn*
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CIRCULACIC
DE AYEH
24
Por eso, por ese acendrado sentido de responsa-
bilidad del civismo panameo, es por lo que observa-
mos ahora cmo este mismo pueblo, despus de la ges-
ta cvica, no ceja en su inquietud, en su zozobra, en
su demanda que est a punto de desbordar en la
protesta pblica, ante el hecho de que esa gesta rei-
\ indicadora del civismo panameo no haya tenido
su natural culminacin y, su lgica secuela.
Porque el pueblo, que raras veces se equivoca
y menos en h> que atae a su vida institucional, sa-
be muy bien que, si estuvimos al borde de la Dicta-
dura, esa Dictadura reposaba incuestionablemente
tras U rag. X, Cas. Editorial)
Destacado profesor
hebreo se encuentra
de visita en Panam
Segn informaciones de lti
ma hora llegar maana mlr-1
coles a las 4 p.m., con el fin
de pasar varios dias entre nos-
otros, durante los cuales des-
arrollar Intensa labor cultural,
el eminente cientfico Israeli
loctor Federico R. Lachmann.
delegado especial de la Uni-
versidad Hebrea de Jerusaln.
de cuyo elenco acadmico es
miembro desde el ao 1938 co-
mo catedrtico de historia de
la civilizacin y arqueoloria b-
blica.
El doctor Lachmann ofrecer
varias conferencias, asi en Pa-
nam como en la Zona del Ca-
nal, la primera de la que ten-
dr lugar el dia Jueves 31 a
las 830 en nuestra Universi-
dad Nacional. El conferencista
hablar en castellano, que po-
see perfectamente, y ser a-
compaada su conferencia por
una Interesantsima pelcula en
castellano intitulada "Lo que
no pudieron destruir''.
Necesitan en Norte
ms de siete millo
obreros durante est
Los Estados Unidos tendrn i
3ue conseguir siete millones ,
osclentos mil trabajadores de POrtldO
ambos sexos antes de finalizar
el ao de 1952 para poder lle-
nar todas las necesidades de
las Industrias de defensa y de
las fuerzas armadas. Esta de-
claracin fue el punto culmi-
nante de un informe que hi-
zo esta semana el doctor Frank
P. Graham, administrador de
mano de obra para la defen-
sa de la Secretara del Trabajo.
>Paa
Al finalizar el ao de 1952,
agreg el seor Graham, el n-
mero de trabajadores ser el
ms alto de la historia, lle-
gando a 68,400.000. De esU ci-
fra 3,500,000 sern miembros de
los fuerzas armadas; a.500.000
empleados de la defensa; 54,-
900.000 en tedas ias dems ocu-
paciones y 1,500.000 desemplea-
dos "estacionales"
Cristiar
mayorc
VATICANO
En presence
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gracin de Rl|
rradas el
Micara, Prefec
Skcin, "reconP11801**8
restos mortales'
que ser beatifl
dro el DomingOARNELL
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tu previamente
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PAGINA DOS
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MAYO 2, 195|
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MAMO INDITENININTS
HARMODIO ia. -inrrion
DITO** PANAMA AMERICA. A.
TtltrONO -074 CINTXAI *HIVOAl APAD6 POITAI NO. 134
N BU T.llUU I TOADO IN 1*1 A CIUDAD. CALL* H. No. 8'
"LA DESTITUCIN DE MAC ARTHUR ES UN GRAN
GOLPE PARA LA CHINA" DICE LA SRA. CHIANG
Por Lilian T. Mowrer
LA GESTA CVICA NO HA TERMINADO AUN
(Viene de la Ira. pgina)
sobre un pilar indispensable, que le serva de apo-
yo y de aliento.
El pueblo ha tenido pruebas inconfundibles de
quin era el apoyo y cul la amenaza absolutista,
hasta el extremo de reiterar ese apoyo despus que
el rgano Legislativo haba dado ya su decisin de-
finitiva.
*
El pueblo sabe que fue tan slo ante el desbor-
damiento de la airada opinin pblica que el Se-
gundo y Tercer Comandantes de la Polica Nacio-
nal, que s se identificaron con la conciencia popu-
lar, tuvieron que imponerse para romper el cordn
umbilical que sostena la dictadura.
El pueblo sabe que no es con largas y tediosas
explicaciones a posteriori cmo se logra contradecir
una situacin que habla por s sola, y sabe tambin
que exista un contubernio del cual hay pruebas
irrefutables.
El pueblo sabe asimismo que fue precisamente
ese contubernio que se tradujo en vacilaciones y
complicidades en la hora crtica del desbordamien-
to del sentimiento popular, lo que le cost vidas
preciosas a la nacin panamea. .
El pueblo sabe muy bien que si logr reivindi-
car a medias su vida democrtica ello fue a causa
de la accin de la opinin pblica, unida a la del
Segundo y Tercer Comandantes de la Polica Na-
cional quienes en ese momento lograron imponer
su patritico criterio. Y el pueblo sabe que mien-
tras persistan esos criterios contradictorios ser tan
slo una verdad a medias la jornada del 10 de mayo.
El pueblo panameo sabe que en el extranjero
se piensa con razn que es una farsa dolorosa la
democracia en Panam, puesto que sigue sometida
a una sola y exclusiva voluntad.
* *
Por eso el pueblo repite, con una mezcla de do-
lor, de protesta y de vergenza, lo que es hoy la
realidad inaplazable: que la jornada cvica se ha
cumplido slo a medias y que su culminacin lgica
jo es necesario siquiera mencionarla porque los he-
sugieren por s solos.'
entras no se resuelva el problema ser impo-
" solutamente imposible, que cese el estado de
id, de amenaza y de angustia que domina al
[panameo.
[efe de las Fuerzas Areas
>one a que Estados Unidos
[u podero areo en Corea
3TON. mayo 29.
pi General Hoyt S.
Jefe de lxs Fuer-
ce Estados Unidos,
se opona utilizar
poderlo areo de
los en la guerra
|ln* rola debido a
frzas areas riort-
kson el nico factor
pdido que Rusia co-
tercera guerra
le el podero areo
ie Estados Unidos
[ ser "casi redobla-
clon a lo que es
para poder llevar
proposiciones del
^Arthur en el Ex-
, y al mismo
el suficiente mi-
ps de manera que
"'disuadir a Ru-
tarse en el con-
dljo a los Se-
estigan la des-
larthur que por
|bia opuesto a
Ins del Oene-
ral proponiendo el bombardeo
de las bases chinas en Manchu-
ria y apoy la decisin del Pre-
sidente Truman de destituirlo.
Al comparecer por primera
vez ante las comisiones del Se-
nado en el caso de MacArthur,
el Jefe de la Fuerza Area ex-
preso tambin:
1los comunistas chinos en
Corea estn utilizando un mo-
tor de reaccin fabricado en
Rusia mejor qti cuarjtflera de
los que posee Estados Unidos.
Agreg, sin embargo, que los
aviadores norteamericanos es-
tn mejor adiestrados y son
mejores artilleros que sus ad-
versarlos.
2Concentrar aviones de Es-
tados Unidos en el Extremo O-
rlente significara debilitar con-
siderablemente nuestras defen-
sas "por muchos aos".
3Estados Unidos tienen po-
dero areo para "devastar" los
centros industriales en Rusia o
China su primera tarea en
caso de una guerra en gran es-
cala pero no tiene podero
para hacerlo en ambos pases.
so Oportuno'
Jorrado Sin Igual"
Barato v Efectivo
Si quiere ahorrar dinero
SUSCRBASE
al ms ventajoso
de 50 Semanas
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ELACUILA
TAIPEI, Formosa, mayo 29
de 1851. (EPS). "Me qued
asombrada, anonadada. No cre
que fuera cierto. NI siquiera
crei que pudiera pertenecer al
dominio de las posibilidades".
Esto fue lo que me dijo Ma-
dame Chiang Kai-shek, en una
entrevista concedida con carc-
ter exclusivo, sobre la destitu-
cin del General Douglas Mac
Arthur, siendo sta la primera
entrevista concedida por ella
desde dicha destitucin.
"Cuando mi esposo rae tele-
fone las noticias a mi despa-
cho, a las tres de la tarde",
continu diciendo, "me asom-
br tanto que puse en duda la
veracidad de la informacin.
"Es autntica esa n o 11 c 1 a?",
pregunt. Cuando me contest
que si. colgu el audfono ho-
rrorizada. Me di cuenta de que
la China libre habla perdido
un gran amigo".
Sabiendo que una emisora
comunista china haba dicho:
"Hemos echado a MacArthur" y
que otra habla alegado que la
destitucin del general era la
mayor victoria obtenida por los
comunistas, le- pregunt a Ma-
dame Chiang qu efecto ten-
dra la noticia en la pobla-
cin de Formosa.
"En realidad, hasta ahora, los
comunistas chinos no han ex-
plotado mucho el asunto. Pare-
cen estar obedeciendo seales
de Rusia. Curiosamente, se han
hecho muy pocas referencias a
esto en la prensa sovitica y,
aparte de uno o dos comen*
tartos por radio, lps chinos pa-
recen tambin poco dispuestos
a hacer hincapi en esta cues-
tin. Este relativo silencio de-
muestra hasta qu punto Mao
Tse-tung y su gente dependen
de sus amos. Los que creen,
que Mao podra convertirse en
otro Tito, siquiera fuese un Tito
pequeo, se equivocan de me-
dio a medio. El Incidente de
MacArthur es slo una prueba
de esto. Pero an cuando no
se insista en la cuestin en
el exterior, los naturales de
Formosa estn empezando a
creer en ella y se muestran
profundamente preocupados".
(El general Claire Chennault,
famoso lder de los "Tigres Vo-
ladores", me dijo que MacAr-
thur era un hroe en el Le-
jano Oriente y un smbolo de
la resistencia al comunismo. Lo
que a la gente le gusta de l
es el hecho de que nunca deja
que los rusos se salgan con la
suya en el Japn. Simplemente
los para en seco. Dijo Chen-
nault que MacArthur no per-
mita criadas respondonas ni
trucas de propaganda y que es
asi como deberla tratarse a
los comunistas).
"Pero, no hubo comentarlo
oficial alguno que pudiese ofre-
cerles a los chinos libres una
clave de la situacin", pregun-
t.
LA ETERNA PREGUNTA Por ALDOR
SEK O NO SER?...
"No", respondi Madame
Chiang. "No hubo ninguno.
Cremos que ste era un asun-
to interno de los Estados Un-
dos en el cual no debamos in-
miscuirnos, a pesar de cmo
pueda afectarnos".
"No pensaron ustedes despus
en que, una vez. destituido, Mac
Arthur," el presidente norteame-
ricano pudiera poner en prc-
tica algunos de los planes de
accin de aqul?"
"Si, claro esta; eso es muy
posible. Eso nos consol algo;
pero, no obstante, el golpe re-
cibido ha Ido grande".
Por lo que se refiere a la
China continental, "todo est
marchando' conforme a la pau-
ta establecida por los rusos",
continu diciendo Madame
Chiang. "Est liquidndose el
acostumbrado cinco por cien-
to de la poblacin. Solo en los
alrededores de. Shanghai hay
ms de trescientas mil perso-
nas en campos de concentra-
cin. Se arranca de sus ca-
sas a los ciudadanos durante
la noche, a aquellos que. se
niegan a marchar en los inter-
minables desfiles, vlepos de am-
bos sexos que apenas podran
caminar dos kilmetros, y no
digamos nada de llevar una
bandera. En pocas palabras, a
cualquiera que se resista a la
confiscacin de sus propiedades
o sus bienes, a los maestros,
en fin, a todos aquellos que
midieran ser lderes en el fu-
turo de algn movimiento de
! oposicin. En la misma his-
toria de horror de siempre".
Madame Chiang me mencio-
no nombres de amigos suyos
que hablan sido sometidos a
toda clase de indignidades con-
tinuas.
En este momento, Chiang
Kai-shek intervino para de-
clarar que haba recibido noti-
cias de fuente comunista en el
sentido de que la poblacin de
la China continental ha de ser
reducida en un cincuenta por
ciento por lo menos. Esto ser
hecho por motivos "humanita-
rios". El ndice de natalidad es
demasiado alto y la produccin
de alimentos Insuficiente.
"Si el pas tuviera slo la mi-
tad de la poblacin, podra bas-
tarse a si mismo", dijo Chiang,
"asi, pues, la solucin del pro-
blema de lot alimentos consis-
te en ayudar al pueblo a mo-
rir, y los rusos han encontra-
do lderes chinos dispuestos a
aceptar esta proposicin. Se tra-
ta de un genocidio en mons-
truosa escala".
"No resolvera eso otros pro-
blemas tambin para Rusia"?,
pregunt.
"Claro que si", respondi Ma-
dame Chiang prontamente.
"Rusia no quiere que haya una
China unida y fuerte, aun cuan-
do sea bajo un rgimen comu-
nista. Un pals grande e ilus-
trado como el nuestro, que tie-
ne una tradicin secular de
cultura y logros en diversos
campos del saber, constituira
una seria amenaza para la U-
nin Sovitica. Lo que necesi-
ta nes un instrumento, un Ins-
trumento pequeo y fcil de
manejar. Por eso es que Stalin
y Mao tienen el propsito de
reducir a China a la mitad de
su tamao, a menos que pueda
detenrseles".
Islandia es punto principal en la
defensa de Amrica contra Rusia
Por HARRY LEVER
(N. A. N. A.)
El primero de Junio
celebrar el I.P.A.
el Da del Egresado
El Dr. Mattehw D. 8mlth. di-
rector del Instituto Pan-Ame-
ricano, y el personal docente,
tienen el honor de Invitar a to-
dos los egresados del colegio;
para que asistan el dia prime-
ro de Junio al plantel de Las
Sabanas. Bn conmemoracin del
"Dia del Egresado" se ofrecer
un homenaje a la seora Clara
Rosa Pea viuda de Ports, pri-
mera directora del Instituto
Pan-Americano. Harn acto de
presencia los ex-dlrectores se-
ores Walter Oliver y Sra. El i
programa empezar a las 7.30
de la noche.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL
Con el objeto de dar las mayores facili-
dades posibles a los patronos morosos
con esta Institucin, se cita a estas ofici-
nas a las perdonas que se encuentren en
estas condiciones con el objeto de llegar
a un arreglo conveniente. A partir del
15 dt Junio prximo la Gerencia aplica-
r SIN EXCEPCIN ALGUNA las dispo-
liciones 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.

PREPRESE PARA EL JUEVES 31
FENOMENAL BARATILLO SE INICIARA EN
CENTRAL 81
Ser algo grande, digno de lomarse en cuenta
entre los acontecimientos de este mes
WASHINGTON, Mayo 28 (EPS) El desembarco de tropa!
norteamericanas e Islandia significa que los Estados Unidos han
toatpletado *u lnea septentrional le defensa contra un posiWs
ataque sovitico. '
Significa tambin una nueva proteccin para la linea de
abastecimientos de la detenta atlntica, y un nuevo baluarte
para el Comando del Noreste recientemente organizado por la
fuerza area norteamericana.
Asi, los fines de este movimiento, realizado a solicitad de la
misma Islandia, son mucho ms importantes que los del que se
llev a cabo al principio de la sejrunda jruerra mundial, cuando
furrias norteamericanas v britnicas ocuparon la lejana y deso-
lada isla.
Islandia es miembro de la organizacin del Pacto del Atln-
tico y solicit la ayuda di tropas norteamericanas porque care-
ce de efectivos militares. Probablemente el pas no desea la pre-
sencia de tropas extranjeras en su territorio, pero se trata da
una cuestin vital: de impedir que los rasos se apoderen de la
isla.
El valor de Islandia, aparte de. su importancia estratgica,
descansa en el' hecho d que constituye aa excelente estacin
par la reparacin y abastecimiento de los aeroplanos que hacen
el vuelo transatlntico. .
La isla queda a l'Jtefi millas de Berlin, 2.M0 de Mosc. 1.104)
de Oslo, 1,80 de Labrador y 1.M5 de Fort Pepperrell, Terranova,
en donde existe una importante base area norteamericana.
Desde hace tres aos, los aviones militares norteamericano*
qi.r hacen vuelos a Europa han estado usando comb una de sus
bases el aerdromo de Keflavifc, situado en la costa suroeste de
la isla.
Ahora se anuncia que ese aerdromo ser ampliado y mejo-
rado. La pista principal tiene que ser reconstruida. Las comu-
nicaciones radiogrficas sern mejoradas tambin y se estable-
cern nuevas estaciones meteorolgicas. Ta ae ha puesto en ser-
vicio el nuevo edificio del aeropuerto, construido por loa norte*
americanos. Adems de los a.vlones norteamericanos, utilizan
este aerdromo los de un lnea francesa, otra britnica y dos
islandesas, que hacen conexin con la capital de la isla. Reykja-
La presencia de las trepas norteamericanas, asi cono las.
obras que van a realizarse crear mayor prosperidad econmica
local, aunque Islandia es uno de los pocos pases en donde prc-
ticamente no hay desocupacin. Todas las personas hbiles tra-
bajan en la pesea, qpe es la Industria principal.
Islandia es una Isla de origen volcnico, con numerosas fuen-
tes termales, muchas de las cuales son utilizadas para fines in-
dustriales y de calefaccin.
El "Althing" de Islandia es el parlamento ms antiguo del
mundo y el idioma del pas ha mantenido su pureza por ms de
mil aos. Casi no hay analfabetas. Los habitantes, descendien-
tes de daneses, son gentes vigorosas v de costumbres sanas.
El Comando del Noreste, organizado hace seis meses, substi-
tuy al Comanda de Terranova. aunque tiene su cuartel general
en- Fort Pepperrell, en dicha isla. La mayor de su jurisdiccin
se encuentra en el circulo rtico, incluyendo Nueva Escocia,
Groenlandia, Victoria v otras islas del noroeste de Canad, asi
como gran parte de la regln de Labrador y la baha de Hud-
son. Su punto ms septentrional es Alert, en el extremo de la
ivla Elylesmere, aue est cuatrocientas cincuenta millas al sur
del polo norte.
ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1 de JUNIO
VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
LICITACIN
EQUIPOS Y ACCESORIOS PARA EL LABORATORIO DE
ELEMENTOS DE INGENIERA ELCTRICA
Hasta el jueves, 28 de junio, a las 11 a.m.. se recibirn
propuestas cerradas para el suministro de equipo y acce-
sorios del Laboratorio de Ingeniera Elctrica.
Las especificaciones podrn ser obtenidas en el Despa-
cho del Director de Construcciones, durante los das y horas
hbiles.
Director de Construcciones
Panam, 28 de mayo de 1951.
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n. panam a Mm ir \ niAi'o independirnte
r ag*. Twrt
John Wayne ovacionado en la
Plaza de Toros de Mxico
Gran Bretaa decide reforzar
su escuadra en el Mediterrneo
El Almirantazgo ha
ordenado agregar
siete barcos all
Por an
Coresponsal
(NANA)
Especial
El popular actor americano,
John Wayne, ran amigo de
Mxico, tuvo un da taurino
en Ja Plaza de Toros de Mxi-
co, lugar en donde se film
gran parte de su estupenda
produccin "Tarde de Toros".
En compaa del Embajador
de Estados Unidos, seor Wi-
lliam O'Dwyer, el famoso actor
asisti a la Plaza de Toros
atestada de pblico. Y en so
honor 1 (vase fotografa), e
famoso torero Luis Briones,
brinda el mejor toro de la
tarde, mientras el pblico a-
plaude entusiasmado. Con su
primera gestin como produc-
tor, John Wayne ha triunfado
plenamente, y de paso, se ha
ganado el corazn de los me-
xicanos. Su pelcula "Tarde de
Toros" es la primera gran pe-
lcula que capta en todo su
espritu, drama, magnificado y
gallarda, la fiesta brava.
Estados Unidos dar prioridad
absoluta a la construccin de
bases en el Cercano Oriente
Por Steffan Andrews
(N. A. N. A.)
WASHINGTON Mayo 29-----
El gobierno esta preparando
un programa de mil millones
oe dlares para construir ui.a
cadena de bases areas estra-
tgicas en el Cercano Orlcute,
que es una zona de suma im-
portancia.
Crculos informados cuyes
nombres no pueden ser revela-
dos dijeron que se le ha dado
"absoluta prioridad" al progra-
ma para que se tome accin, en
vista del peligro que existe de
que los recursos de petrleo del
guerra, y no treinta das des-
pus.
El gran obstculo para el es-
tablecimiento de bases en tie.n-
pos de. paz es la cuestin de la
Ao'erania e la nacin de que c
trate. La Fuerza Area tiene que
Ootener el consentimiento de
cada pas para establecer sus
bases, ais cuales han de estar
"iota en todo momento.
"EJ punto Importante", segn
senalo un funcionario, "es que
Cercano Oriente puedan caer [centemas con la cooperacin del
en poder de los rusos.
La turbulenta situacin im-
perante en Irn ha impulsado
nuevamente el programa de or-
ganizacin de las fuerzas areas
| en el Cercano Otente, Jiaaitn-
do indicios de qu el mismo se-
ll ia aprobado rpidamente en >os
comits del Congreso.
El senador demcrata Joseph
lO'Mahoney, de Wyoming. mU.'.i-
Jbro destacado del Comit de A-
laignaclones del Senado, dijo que
le pedirn hasta cinco mil nu-
I Hones de dlares para este pro-
I grama y para la organizacin
Idei podero aliado en el Medite-
rrneo y el Cercano Oriente.
Algunos miembros del comit
|creen que semejante eflpansin
hera el mayor poder disuasivo
ijue Impedira que la Rusia so-
vitica se apoderase rpidamen-
te de los pozos de petrleo en
esta importante zona-
Funcionarlos destacados de
[las Fuerzas Areas que el obje-
tivo ea hacer "tan fatal co.ac
sea posible" para los rusos cual-
quier intento de asestarle una
Dualada a Irn mientras las
tuerzas terrestres norteamerica-
nas se encuentran en la Corcu.
Los Estados Unidos tienen ya
algunas bases en el Reino Unl-
io y en la zona del Mediterr-
neo. Incluyendo a Turqua, p.-
h> dichas'bases no se conside-
ran adecuadas en vista fle la
jimenaza actual.
Circuios del Congreso indica-
on que el programa encala en
estrategia esbozada por Wins-
on Churchill durante la pasadp.
uerra mundial, de tener tanta?
ases para bombarderos coi..o
ca posible, cercana a la dbil
|crifera de la Rusia sovitica.
Los funcionarios de las Fuer-
as Areas consideran muy as-
esarlas dichas bases, si es que
i aviacin estratgica ha de
melonar adecuadamente co.ro
na fuerza de ataque rpido y
e contra-ataque en can de u-
,a guerra sbita.
Sealaron que. desde el puuta
c vista defensivo, la Fuella
irea debe tener bases a la
lao, lista para ser usadas er.
1 momento en que estalle uta
pas desde el principio, de mode
que estemos listo para llevar z
.abo nuestra labor si llega el
momento para ello".
Parte del programa de cons-
truccin de bases entrar la
eonstruccln de defensa antia-
reas adicionales en Turqua, que
esta negociando actualmente su
Pacto del Atlntico.
Los turcos recibiran tambicn
aun e indic, otra ayuda .-
gon los trminos de este progra-
ma, con objeto de ayudarlo a
fc-tener equipo moderno para u-
nos doscientos mil hombres las
oe sus fuerzas defensiva.
' ..i .-----i------
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
QUE SE PRESENTEN
TESTIGOS
o.Pam/ mayo 28 de 1951.
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Presente.
Seor:
Mediante comisin ordenada
por el Fiscal Segundo del Pri-
mer Distrito Judicial, cursa en
esta Fiscala Primera del Cir-
cuito la Investigacin relativa
al homicidio de due fue vcti-
inf CarI,os TaP'a. el da 8 de
.M0*''8, de cuy hecho
SLsln ponsable al seor Julio Guerra
Como quiera que. segn in-
nuESv cotudos oor este Mi-
nisterio, numero plural de per-
sonas presenciaron los hechos
ruego a usted se sirva, por me-
dio del peridico que dirige, ha-
cer un llamado a los testigos
oresenciales. en el sentido de
que comparezcan a esta FU-
amonio/' f dC "ndIr
Soy fu atento servidor
Alejandro A. Cajar,
Fiscal lo. del Circuito.
LONDRES, mayo 29 (EPS)
El Gobierno britnico ha de-
cidido reforzar su escuadra en
el Mediterrneo, y en los circu-
ios bien informados se conside-
ra que ya era tiempo de que
esto se hiciera.
Dichos crculos estiman que
las dificultades que se han
presentado en Egipto, el fer-
mento general que hay en el
Levante y especialmente lbs a-
contecimlentos de Irn, tan la-
mentables para los britnicos,
se pueden atribuir a la apa-
rente debilidad britnica en re-
glones en donde por varias ge-
neraciones Inglaterra ejerci la
mayor influencia para mante-
ner la paz.
' El Almirantazgo ha decidido
agregar siete barcos a la es-
cuadra del Mediterrneo, co-
mandado por el almirante 8ir
John Edelsten. El ms impor-
tante de esos barcos es sin du-
da alguna el portaaviones
OCEAN, de catorce mil tonela-
das, segn el registro oficial,
pero que en realidad desplaza
diez y siete mil. Tiene cua-
renta y cuatro aeroplanos. Des-
arrolla una velocidad de vein-
ticinco nudos por hora.
Este buque ha estado sirvien-
do en Corea, transportando ae-
roplanos y tropas de Japn a
dicha pennsula. Regres hact
poco a Inglaterra y ahora est
siendo preparado para prestar
servicio en el Mediterrneo. La
escuadra britnica all no ha
tenido portaaviones desde fi-
nales de 1950, ao en que tuvv
dos.
Otro
ESCUCHE
A partir del prximo VIERNES 1 de Junio
a las 3:15 de la larde
Sucesos De La Humanidad.
Un drama real de la vida, interpretado por el
Cuadro Dramtico de la Red Panamericana.
Msica tpica al margen del suceso, por el
"Toro de Monagrillo".
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
Xa (Red &
anamencana

NO ES UNA SANDIA. Se trata de un nuevo tipo de casa para guardar aparatos de radar.
Est hecha completamente de caucho, el cual se infla \ fu rabricada por la B. F. Goodrich
Co. para la Fuersa Area norteamericana. Estas casas ;e usan en el rtico para mantener
calientes los aparatos de radar.
barco importante que
eia.*S,r.eBado a la escuadra
del Mediterrneo ser el cruce-
ro "Cleopatra", de seis mil to-
neladas. Este fue el primer bar-
co de guerra britnico que en-
tr en Singapur despus de la
derrota de Japn. Tiene cao-
Nueva campaa de ayuda al
Kremlin emprenden ahora
los comunistas de EE.UU.
Por Martin Arundel
(NANA)
NUEVA YORK, mayo 28.
EPS). El pasado fin de
semana los comunistas norte-
americanos emprendieron otra
gran campaa para ganar el
i apoyo de los Estados Unidos
nes de diez pulgadas y media !pr Ja acual poltica exterior
de Stalin.
de calibre, que durante la se-
gunda guerra mundial probaron
ser muy superiores a los an-
tiguos caones de seis pulgadas
usados por largos aos por los
buques de guerra britnicos. 8u
velocidad oficial es de treinta y
tres nudos, pero en muchas
ocasiones ha superado esta
marca, pudiendo conservar la
de treinta nudos en las peo-
res condiciones.
Pero posiblemente el barco
mas interesante de los que van
a ser enviados al Mediterrneo
es el siembraminas Manxman.
Es un barco que forma parte
del grupo experimental de seis
construidos durante la ltima
guerra mundial con el prop-
sito de penetrar en los puertos
enemglos, sembrando campos de
minas y retirndose tan ri-
damente que toda la operacin
pudiera ser realizada antes de
que el adversario organizara su
defensa.
El plan dio buen resultado,
pero parcialmente, porque du-
rante las operaciones se per-
dieron tres de ios seis barcos.
El Manxman penetr una vez
en el puerto de Toln, que en-
tonces estaba controlado por el
Gobierno de Vlchy, disfrazado
de crucero francs, sembr sus
Dicha, campaa ha asumido
la afana de ana encuesta na-
cioBV en la que se les hacen
preguntas a los ciudadanos,
cargadas de favor hacia la ver-
sin comunista de la "paz", ad-
miti Fred Fine, portavoz de la
Cruzada Norteamericana por la
Paz, que es la organizacin que
est a cargo de llevar a cabo
la encuesta.
Fine es un miembro suplente
del comit nacional del Parti-
do Comunlstr. norteamericano y
anteriormente fue presidente
del distrito comunista de la
zona oriental del Estado de
Pensllvania.
La Cruzada Norteamericana
por la Paz, es la sucesora de!
Centro de Informacin sobre
la Movilizacin de Paz, cuyos
lderes fueron llevados recien-
temente ante los tribunales de
Washington y acusados ante un
gran jurado federal por haber
hecho circular en los Estados
Unidos la Peticin de Paz de
Estocolmo. El gobierno norte-
americano sostiene que dicha
Peticin de Paz fue formulada
por una potencia extranjera.
El voto preparado por la Cru-
7 a d a Norteamericana por la
se le ponga trmino a la gue-
rra en Corea?
Est usted en favor de que
los Cinco Grandes entablen ne-
gociaciones con miras a un a-
rreglo para mantener una paz
mundial de larga duracin?
Est usted en favor de oue
se mantenga desarmada a Ale-
mania?
Fine. flanaucadd por una "es-
perta en publicidad^ rehus exV
pilcar si la "encuesta sobre la
paz" se haba originado en las
oficinas centrales del Comln-
orm en Bucarest, capital de
Rumania.
"Es parte de un movimiento
mundial pro-paz", respondi.
{Constituya un movimiento es-
pontneo en todos los pases
del mundo. No exlate relacin
alguna esto ea, relacin di-
recta entre lo que los nor-
teamericanos estamos haciendo
y lo que. digamos, estn ha-i
ciendo los franceses y los ita-
lianos, o siquiera los chinos".
Encuestas semejantes estn
llevndose a cabo en pases eu-
ropeos y asiticos, as como en
los de la Amrica del Sur.
La "experta en publicidad"
declaro: "Estamos utilizando .a
todas las fuerzas progresistas
para llevar a cabo la encuesta
entre el pblico".
DISCOS
45
SEGUNDO PISO
Est desempacando
Sillo mecedor y Sillas
paradas para porch ..... 1.150
Sofas de metal ......... 49 .',0
R. P. M.
LA POSTAL
Ave. Central 68

Lmparas para porch ..
Lamparllai de recmara
Tinacos con pedal ......
Licoreras cromadaa con
S vasitos de licor ......
Lamparas de sala .......
Espejos con marcos mo-
dernos en 4 esquinas
10.00 ..................a
Pole de colgar en pared
Relojes de cocina 745 y
595
245
7.30
1075
12.7
16 SO
OSO
.5f
Arandela en colorea pa-
ra colocar en marcos de
las ventanas de cocina
445
Cuadros de bronce .. Par 545
Sobrecamas satin....... 14.75
4 Sobrecama! plstico .... S.tS
Sobrecamas Chintz ..... 12.15
Cortina de Chintz .. Par 12.TS
Cortinas de marquisete.. 3.2S
Coronas de Tul ....50 a 10.00
Cortinas para porch
5.75
t.
Alfombras en Juego pa-
ra al servicio ......
Cortinas de nano .2.16 a 445
ATENCIN !
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1? de JUNIO
I VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
Juego de cortinas bao
..................345 a 12.00
Coladoras de plstico___ 1.10
Juego decorador ATECO
..................240 a 343
100 formas de puntos pa-
ra decorar 'cake*........ 0.20
Moldes de aluminio .... 150
Ollas de presin 10 50 y 13 541
O Separador de cala y
yema .................. .3S
COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5? AVENIDA
ABIERTO DE 8 a 12:30
minas y parti sin que se le i Paz, que est circulando "en las
hiciera un solo disparo. comunidades de todos los Es-
Oficlalmente su velocidad esitados Unidos, dice as:
de cuarenta nudos por hora.i Est usted en favor de que
pero es un. secreto a voces que nuestras tropas regresanm
realmente es mayor. hora a sus hogares y de que
Yo
creo
Ud. se sorprendera de cono-
cer )os adelantos obtenidos en
los preparativos para viajes
interplanetarios!...
VEA
De La Tierrj a La Luna'
Una pelcula
i DIFERENTE
INSTRUCTIVA
' CIENTFICA I
Estreno Desale el Jueves
ea --
TEATUO TkOPICAL
en Montezuma
porque hace
los mejores
RVM & COKE!
Importadores
Tagaropulos SA.
ser su exclamacin
al paladearlo...
y nunca ms
dejar de tomarlo...
Y MAANA!
TI ># I (Deade las 3:00 p.m.)
Conozca y Divirtase en el Japn actual!
HOY
TEATRO LUX JUEVES ESTRENO!
Aire-Acondicionado
UN DRAMA PUNZANTE DE
DESCONCERTANTE INTRIGA!
sai
OMJtf
nsBL
lf3
UNA
faBsa .
MUSICAL
EN LA
( TIERRA
DE LAS-
>CEISHAS!
inores
Usando el pecado ajeno y la calumnia como armas siem-
bra la duda y la traicin en muchas vidas... y provoca
hasta suicidios!... Quin es ese Infame? Por qu su ven-
ganza?... Descbralo!...
"CARTAS VENENOSAS"
(THE 13TH LETTER)
Fastuosa y Divertida... La mejor comedia
musical en Colores de Este o Cualquier
otro ao!...
LOS SECRETOS NTIMOS DE ESTAS PERSONAS
AL DESNUDO:
CHARLES BOYER
Vm Epm*m AnargtWa!
LINDA DARNELL
Usa Majer laroaapreaa'lda!
MICHAEL RENNIE
Demasiado Bueno y Apueatof
CONSTANCE SMITH
Una Esposa Demasiado Joven
1RAMA FOX FILMS*


FAGINA CUATI!O
CL PANAMA AMRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MATO ti, 1911
CLAUSURA DE LA FERIA AGROPECUARIA DE COLON.- L foto cpt n speeto del
- clausura de la Feria Agropecuaria de Coln, acto que corri a carne- del Ex-Mlnl.tr de Agri-
Z c.ltun y Comercio, don Ricardo Arias E En la tlritiWM QfitoMftjW }."
teriores, Lie. lunado Molino Jr. y el Director Tcnico de la eri, don Alberto Federico de Al-
l a. cuya labor ha sido muy aplaudida..________ ._____________________________.,._,
Srupo de empleados del hospital de
pavtd solicitan que el Doctor Feo.
Quintana contine en la direccin
Se nos ha enviado la si-
guiente carta para su publi-
ci clon:
Oavld, 22 de myo de 1951.
or Ingeniero
Juan de A. Gallndo,
'.Ministro de Trabajo, Prevision
. Social y Salud Pblica,
; Panam, R. P.
Seor Ministro:
Los suscritos, empleados de es-
te Hospital "Jos Domingo de
Obalciia", solicitamos a usted
con el debido respeto. 6e man-
tenga en el puesto como Di-
rector Mdico el doctor Fran-
cisco Quintana Salinas, apre-
ciando labor econmica, tcni-
ca y' administrativa en favor
de lo asociados. Rogamos a
usted tener en consideracin
nuestros deseos par bien de
esta Provincia y la nueva ad-
ministracin.
Orlando M. Venco, Paul de
Len, Leopoldo Amy Jr., Ro-
larlo E. Dubols, Gladys de Se-
lles, Cervill de Antlnori, Mlt-
ly Montero, Nora E. Prez, Co-
ralia MioLelaon, Olga de Var-
eas, Marino Alvsrono, Gilberto
Cm, Isabel Becker, Hctor
CitUln, Blas Qulel, Jote A.
Caballero, Dlys Gltn, O-
maida E. Milln. Dr. Gmalo
Gomales Ruli, Dr. Ral Cues-
tas, Beatriz Kant, Sara L. Ro-
driguez, Manuel VlllarreaL Ri-
1 caurte E. Sayal Jr., Margarita
1 Landaw. (Siguen mi firmas).
El paludismo, la anemia y la
desnutricin predominan en
todo el Distrito de Arraijn
COMUNICADO Nmero 14
La Jira Mdico Asistencial de
las Federaciones de Sociedad' .
i antenas y Herreranas, transii
durante tres Mas en la provin-
cia de Panam, en el diatrito de
Arraijn. En Vista Alegre y Niw-
vo Emperador fueron atendidas
setecientas, sesentiuna. fil>
personas. Aqu, como en las pro-
vincias de Los Santos y Herrera,
predomina el paludismo, la pa-
lasitosin intestinal, la anemia y
1 desnutricin.
De doscientos cincuentids e-
jumenes de laboratorio de he-
ces, orina y sangre, casi el cien-
to por ciento revelaron pohpa-
raitosls y anemia. Esto se hizo
nicamente para controlor la a-
preclacin clnica y la rlenla-
clon teraputica, seguida pe el
d.rector de la Jira en las pro-
vincias de Loa Sontos y Hene-
t. Asi pues, los datos suminis-
trados por el laboratorio, com-
prueban ampliamente que no
estaba errado en sus observa-
clones. Es Inexplicable e im-
perdonable que se constate e-
.t* desastrosa situacin en las o-
Tillas mismas del Canal, prct-
icamente en los alrededores e
uestra ciudad capital.
; En nuestra labores nos acam-
panaron los mdicos, doctoic"-.
fcarlos Pedreschl, Sivlardo c'.e
Len, Jorge Garca y Osvaldo
Velasquez. Los dentistas, docto-
ra Rebeca Mlnutto de Rosypa'i.
y doctor Ramn M. Valds Las
enfermeras, Sra. Petra Castillo
tie Cnampseur, Srtas. Emilia
Laldern, Elvia Ayala, Deny*
Poveda y Virginia Divles. Lo?
tcnicos de laboratorios, seo.'-s
oeiglo Castro, Victor F. Ronun.-,
Jacinto Reyes A., y Francisco
Snchez. R. Nos prestaron afec-
tiva y oportuna ayuda las ff
duraciones Agrcolas de Pana-
m, Coln y Cocl, especialicen
te sus principales dirigentes,
seores Toms Dionisio Araz.
Marco Antonio Ponce. Raimun-
o Ortega. Roberto Elseo Goa-
^aiea y Sllverlo Restrepo. Ade-
ems colaboraron el sargento
ngel A. Jan, la Sra. Ouil.er-
r.ilna de Hernndez, y 1 3U
Hersllla Gudifio-
Se eliminaron doscientos cl.i--
cocho focos dentarlos, y se te-
diaron sesenta muestras de san-
gie para estudiar paludismo,
con sus respectivos indices cj-
plnlco y hemoglobinlco.
Medicamentos distribuidos en
Vista Alegre y Nuevo Bn.pt>
iador:
Antipaldicos: Mil q u i U ce
comprimidos de Araln de o.iu
gramos.
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Setecientos noventinueve perius
de hexylresorcinol de 0,20 va-
mos o sea tratamiento para
ciento setentlds personas. Dos-
cientos clncuentlslete ta tr.-
alentos de quenopodio para ni-
os. Ciento ochenta comprimi-
dos de Enterovloformo, y clen-
.o noventisiete comprimidos Je
Wlntodn.
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nientas sesenta pastillas de ul-
.ato ferroso simple de 0.325 gn-
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33 34
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39
45 52
50 51 53
34 55 56 w
57 58 t
PANAMA
ARRAIJNLniaa arcara
CHORRERA Anlkai Maniate
CHAMK Pedro Mafloa G
CBKPOJea* Puertea
/Al MAS RPI.I.AR Reinaldo naali
treinta pastillas de sulfato Ie-
rro con complejo "B" de 0,325
ramos.
Antibiticos: Sesentiuna am-
pollas de penicilina procaina de
4U0.0OO unidades, y diez ampo-
llas de un gramo de dihidruce-
iroptomlclna.
Vitamnicos: Setecientos veii-
liLlnco comprimidos de tiam.na
de lo miligramos, seis mil sete-
cientas treinta perlas de eoai-
plejo "B", y quinientas diez pci-
ai de vitamina "A" 25.000 lUli-
des.
ijulamldasr Mil trescientos
ventisiete comprimidos de 0.50
ramos, entre sulfadlazlna y
ouliaUlldin'
Patentados y frmulas ma-
gistrales: Quinientas sesenta u-
i.iaades.
Otrs Inyecciones: DlesinuL-e
Jira Mdico Aslstential
vista Alegre, distrito de Arral-
an, 24 de Moyo de 1951.
HORIZONTALES:
1Preposicin.
4Puerto de la Amrica
Central.
8Buey sagrado de los
egipcios.
12Repeticin de sonido.
13Novillo menor de dos aos.
14Esposa de Tindaro.
15Trampa para ratones.
17Ala sin plumas.
18Cocinado en seco.
19Toma para si.
21 ExUtia.
23Signos musicales.
26Agarraderas.
29Regln,
32Letra castellana.
33Molusco.
34 Reza.
35Altares.
38Quiera.
37Dios griego del amor,
38Conjunto de voces.
39Batracios.
41Propietaria.
43Nombre de mujer.
4gComposiciones para una
sola voz.
50Suave, dulce.
52Estudio del oido y sus
enfermedades.
54Fruta tropical.
55Simple, puro.
56Organizacin de Naciones
Unidas, Jnlc.
57Termina, acaba.
5P.pocas.
59Lista o catlogo.
VERTICALI8:
1Fruto del peral.
2nsares.
3Carta de la baraja espaola
4Voz de hombre.
6 Letra castellana.
6Estado de Venezuela.
7Extremidades de las aves.
8Ciudad de los cE. UU.
9Que trabaja o comercia
en pieles.
10Distrado.
11Apcope de santo.
16Ciudad de Ucrania.
20Articulo Indeterminado.
22Ave de rapia.
24Querer con amor.
25Cerebro.
26Alero.
27Poblacin de Cuba.
28Montes de Italia.
30Metal precioso.
31Aparato para pescar.
38Arcnldo traqueal.
37Demostrativo.
40En las playas.
42Malvados, malditos.
44Ciudad de Alaska.
45Fluido Imponderable.
47Nombre de varios prncipes
rusos.
48 Aborigen de Cuba.
49Primer rey de los hebreos.
30Oxido de calcio, Inv.
51Letra castellana,
53Reza.
Tienen representacin todos
los partidos polticos que
respaldan la Administracin
Por decreto ejecutivo exped!-
du ayer, fueron designados ios
gobernadores da todas las pi <-
v!ncls. En estas designaciones
se ha dado representacin a to-
dos los partidos polticos que
respaldan la presente adminis-
tracin asi: Dos Renovadoras,
os Liberales Nacionales, un Li-
beral, un PRI, un PRA, un PNR.
y un miembro del Frente Pa-
tritico.
He aqui las designaciones:
Panam: HOMERO VELAS-
QUEZ (Partido Revolucionarlo
independiente).
Cauta pena el que
te haya abandonado
camino a Guabala
TOLE Mayo 29 tCorresponia.)
Profunda pena cusa eu
comunidad, abandono nuestro
cumino Guabala, Tole, nico UiR
io de comunicacin resto e.
ros hacemos llegar Ingeniero
Norberto Nvarro, acusloso Mt-
rlstro Obras Pblicas, nuestra
iclicitud de auxilio este camino
importante a los intereses mus-
tio pueblo.
SlU H#'lld Or ATP
HPiw aneara whw
nnn irinnnn nun
irnnnnn nriniiBEi
MI IM) i MMMUtJ lilU
mau HQUUW uuui
UU tUUMrJ IdUCJU
tilMUMM IJUMMULIbl
UMMi'lM C'lIvU
CALAD OB* N*Dba
HHL0 UMMMIsl UM
MUIU bJIJLiUb] HU
.NOMNUMO
,
Coln: AGUSTN CEDENO
Partido Liberal Nacional).
Chlriqu: VICTOR M. AL-
VAREZ (Partido Revolucionarlo
Autntico).
Veraguas:- RAFAEL MUR-
GAS, (Partido Liberal).
Herrera: MANUEL VARSLA
Jr., (Partido Liberal Nacional).
Cocl: AQUILINO TEJKrtA
Partido Renovador).
Los Santos: JULIO AROiE-
MENA, Partido Nacional Revo-
lucionarlo) .
Bocas del Toro: BASILIO
DUFF, (Frente Patritico)-
Darln: ANTONIO B. CAM-
PAGNANI, Partido Renovador.
Pet Unido agradece
la labor realizada por
el Dr. Samaniego
Se nos ha trado la siguiente
resolucin:
Panam 28 de Mayo de 1161
LA ASOCIACIN CVICA
"PESE UNIDO* I
CONSIDERANDO:
lo. Que el distinguido m-
dico panameo, Dr. Francisco
Samaniego. acaba de realizar
la cooperacin de las Federacio-
nes de la Provincia d Herrera
y de Los Santos, 1 Jira Md'-
co Asistencia] travs del cam-
pesinado de 1 Provincia de lle-
nera:
2o. Que el Dr. Francisco 3a-
maniego no ha escatimado es-
.Veno y sacrificios para hacer
llegar el secvlclo mdico y ios
medicinas hasta el habitante dt
la ms apartada choza carnee*
In de Herrera;
3o. Que el Dr. Francisco <5a*
maniego al realizar la Jira M-
dico Aslstencial en la Provincia
de Herrera no slo se limito a
pi estar sus servicios mdicos ,-
no que tambin atendi otios
aspectos en pro del mjota-
nilento integral de 1 vida d
nuestro campesino:
RESULVE;
lo. Agradecer de la mantra
ms sincera al Dr. FrancUi.6
Stmaniego los servicios mdlcoa
qui ha prestado a l masa cam-
pesina de Herrera:
2o Agradecer, tambin, m
nombre del pueblo de Pes, la
atenciones que en todo momen-
to prest al campesino pesecnce.
Dada en la ciudad de Pana...
los veintiocho das del mes d
Mayo de 1951
Miguel de I Torre
President
Laurentino Arjona
Secretarlo
llama i El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
"Pide a tu
madre que
te compre
Los Polvos Aibtoa A Par*ea par
Bebda too aia r a villoaamoot*
suavizadores duraoto el period d
denticin. Aseguras \acutcJoadt
regularos y fciles, rofrodcan 1
sangre y son de um. kbsoluume**
teguro. Haga uno prueba o i
prxima ocasin en quo (a bobo
tstd malhumorado a causa do eej
denticin.
Polvos Matricaria
MA1CA
ASHTON ft PARSONS

A CAUSA 01 M
NAIIZ OISTRUIBAT
Eat noche prafaat una
poca* gotas de Vt-tro-nol
en cada fot naaal. Rpidav
meni desalojan Id Morbos
mixosidad, detconeetrionan
I* narij Ahora ustad puedo
rti.rar ... y dormir.
vick VATRO NOL
OTAS NAJAlI M 0U SWCTO
ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1 dt JUNIO
VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
L Nueve Parker "51" es I
pluma prcdilect de personas de
renombre. Es famosa en el mundo
entero por su bello distintiva. Y
no ee slo su belles* k> que distingue
a la "51": Es l *ic plums ejue
el Sistema Aero-metrie do
Tintaun mtodo nuevo y pro-
digioso par llenar, depositar, re-
tener y hacer fluir la tinta. Por eso
es la pluma que proporciona verda-
dera satisacci oribe eon
rasgo* perfecto lust* trs lies.
Vala boy.
/f^fcW m* ofatedk Precio: Plumas Parktr "51" $1S.*0 y,M-M
istrtbuldores y Central de Atencin: Ci. Internacional de Ventas, 5A
Calle 26 Este No 10. Panam. R. P.
Edificio Panamericano. Cali a. y Av. Bolvar, Colon, nr.
*4e-


MARTES, MAYO 28, 1951
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Informe para esta seccin se reciben en la
IKeaaccin Social
de EJL PAINAMA-AMER1CA
Tsttfoss a-siat
HORAS: l:M 1S:N a.m.
Apartado 131
T en El Panam
La seora Joya de Molino, es-
posa de S.E. el Ministro de Re-
laciones Exteriores seor Igna-
cio Molino, ofrece hoy un t
en el Hotel El Panama para
agasajar a las esposas de los
miembros del Honorable Cuer-
po Diplomtico acreditado an'.e
Comida ;
8.E. el Encargado de Negocios
de la Embajada de los Esiados
Unidos, seor Murray M. Wise
y seora Edlth de Wise ofre-
cieron anoche una comida en
su residencia, en honor del sfi-
or Norman P. Pearson, del
Departamento de Estado y del
seor Michael Scully de la Bee-
don editorial del "Readers Di-
gest".
Juego de Cartas y T
Para agasajar a la seora
Clemencia de Argon, esposa del
Primer Secretarlo de la Emba-
jada del Per seor Clemente
Araoz, la seorita Rosario Or-
tiz de Zevallos ofreci ayer un
Juego de Cartas y T en su re-
sidencia en La Cresta.
Bodas de Plata
Saludamos atentamente a 8.
E. el Embajador de Mxico rn
Costa Rica, seor Manuel de
Negrl y seora Maruja M. de
de Negrl, quienes cumplieron
ayer sus Bodas de Plata. El se-
or y la seora de Negrl, se
cuentrn actualmente pasando
una temporada entre nosotros.
Condolencia
Enviamos nuestros ms senti-
do psame al seor Ricardo
Brln y seora Mara Isabel I.
de Brln, por el sensible falleci-
miento de su recin nacido Ri-
cardo Gonzalo, ocurrido repen-
tinamente ayer.
Da los Estados Unidos
Orata estada le deseamos al
Ing. Henry H. Levefre, quien se
encuentra pasando varios diua
en Panam, husped del seer
Jos E. Lefevrs.
delegada del Gbno.
a un congreso de
mujeres en Chile
El Japn, Betty, msica, mujeres y
tecnicolor en "Amores en Tokio"
De Sur Amrica
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida al Secretarlo
de la Embajada Argentina se-
or Ramn C. Durariona y se-
ora Zulema L. de Duraona,
quienes regresaron ayer de una
temporada en Buenos Aires.
Para loa Estados tnldos
Despedimos al seor Rodolfo
de Roux y seora, quienes pro-
cedentes de Cali, estuvieron en
nustra capital, de paso para
los Estados Unidos.
Advenimiento
El hogar del doctor Cari Ahl-
ifii1 M'Uer 7 su seora Esther
Miller de Ahlteen ha sido ilu-
minado con el advenimiento de
un nio Cari Ahlteen Jr. en
la Clnica San Fernando el do-
mingo 27 de mayo. Nuestras
ms sinceras felicitaciones.
Grato paseo le deseamos al
Dr. Antonio Gonzlez Revllla
y 8eora Angela R. de Gonz-
lez Revilla, quienes siguieron
para Boquete en donde pasa-
rn varios das de descanso
i te, a las 8 p.m. en el Aula M-
xima de la Universidad una
conlerencla en castellano, cuyu
tema ser "La Ciencia Recons-
truye una Nacin; Israel".
Cumpleaos de Hoy
8ra. Isabel Y. de Arosemena.
Seora Cecilia M. de Valds
Srta. Raquel Lefevre Chiarl
Seor Ricardo' Cucaln
Seor Eugene McOrath
Seor Pablo J. Rojas
Wia Olga Arlas Arias
Seor Rafael Henriquez
Cumpleaos do Maana
Seora Emola Z. de Alemn
Seora Julieta p. de Chan-
deck.
Seora Abigail A. de Anas
Seora Jackellne de Bcrlbner
Seora Emilia C. de Cebama-
no.
Seorita Rita Andreve Robles
Seorita Carlota Boyd Heath
Seor Erneso de la Ouardla Jr
Advenimiento
Nuestras felicitaciones al 8r.
Jos Arauz y seora Cecilia
cordones de Araz por el feliz
advenimiento de uha graciosa
ninlta que responder vi nom-
bre de Alma Brenda. Para Alma
Brenda todo gnero de bienan-
danzas le deseamos.
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le gusts ... is oss bisn...
Ls bebida aristocrtica
s precio populsr.
De Centro Amrica
Saludamos atentamente al
Dr. Federico H. Lachmann, pro
fesor de la Universidad Hebrea
de Israel, quien lleg hoy a
Panam, de paso para Bur Am
"* SI Profesor Lachmann
dictar el Jueves 31 del presen-
f"...............*"<............IHHIIIH
| La muerte de Manolete
I A' bt IV .ii ^i In MlHlirti
4* rafal, miilanarja, aclamado n loi
ruWoi 4 fipona y Amanea como al
lr lidiador qua haba tiiltida. H
craa ya cumpla prom.io la nio:
iar un ran tarara, tacar 4 la aoartia
w familia Ovara (atar i. la da,
U triunfa atirarn ... cuando adaba
tadavia kuarva y taita... Para al
pblica uan laauir tanda a M
raw idala baila qua tala lua una
aaaa iu* darla ... la .Ida. EkMaiaaaa-
M raale da la ultima corrida Manalala, an SciKCrONES da juma.
a ya .ali ... ANI .ara lamban at
da M articuloi da miari y actualidad
y lai raitinanai ra u ban ttnlda a>lta taniocianol:
"Vida da un abraro nartaaratrkana"
y "II afSjM 4 la lata 117." daaio
a aaarjaln wlabrada aar al aWiaa.
ADELNTESE AL FUTURO...
Viva Ud. ya un vale Interpla-
netary. .. Haga Ud. su prime-
rs expedicin al espacio....!
VEA
"De La Tierra a Lo Luna"
Una pelcula
DIFERENTE. EMOCIONANTE,
INTERESANTE e INDESCRIP.
TIBLEI. .
Be Estrena el Jaeve*
en el
JEATkO TROPICAL
Ernest Jeppsen ha
sido nombrado en
un Departamento
El seor Ernest C. Jeppsen ha
sido nombrado Jefe Interino del
Instituto de Asuntos Interame-
rlcanos en Panam, segn in-
formes recibidos hoy. continua-
r el seor Jeppsen como Jefe
de la misin, de la Divisin de
Educacin, cargo que ha veni-
do desempeando desde hace
tres aos.
El IIAA fue organizado en
1942 como una agencia del Go-
bierno de los Estados Unidos.
EaVt institucin ha venido di-
rigiendo un programa coopera-
tivo de educacin en Panam
desdo 1948.
Un acuerdo del Punto Cuatro
sobre Salud y Sanidad fus fir-
mado entre los Estados Unidos
y Panam el 36 de febrero d
1951 como Programa Coopera-
tivo de Salud y Sanidad entre
los dos pases. Este programa
ser dirigido tambin por el
Instituto.
Debido al aumento del plan
de actividades, el Instituto ha
decidido continuar todos los
programas realizados en Pana-
m, de manera que cada pro-
frama sea ms efectivo. Por
anto, una disposicin, fue a-
doptada para responsabilizar a
un solo representante con la
supervisin y direccin de las
actividades que lleva a efecto
el Instituto.
"Constellation"
para la Avianca
hacia Miami
LOS ANGELES, Mayo 39 (P)
El nuevo "Costellation' con.-
prado por la compaa coiom-
Uana "Avianca" fu enviado s
Miami hoy en donde Instalaran
el equipo de radio y los tripu-
lantes se familiarizarn con .i
t-vln.
El segundo avin "CosteUa-
tion" an sometido a vuelos
de prueba ser entregado r.
Avianca" la semana entrant.
E>ta es la razn por la cual el
avin no fu entregado a la
"Avianca* el viernes pasado.
El segundo avin tambin sf-
r llevado a Miami para iguk1
Instalacin y adiestramiento de
tripulantes. Se espera que jn-
eos eviones salgan hacia Colom-
bia a mediados de Junia.
Red Panamericana
llene les
meleres programas
Fortalzcase lomando el
Oran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
Tom ahora y siempre una copita
de SANSN antes de las comidas
y se conservar fuerte!
RELIGIOSAS
Apostolado de la Oracin Iglesia
de San Francisco (ciudad)
uEi.J.';.Jd5 ?u,nl Principiar
la festividad del Sagrado Cora-
zn de Jess y de esta suite
damos comienio a su hermos-
simo mes y celebramos el Pri-
mer Viernes.
En esta Parroquia de San
!".. SS0, ,por concesin es-
pecial de la Santa Sede, todos
ios sacerdotes podrn celebrar
nos misas y para que iodos, an
ios ms ocupados puedan acu-
dir debidamente ese dia habr
misas como todos los Domingos
La Misa de 10.0 ser especial'
psra los nios y durante ella se
entonaran cnticos, se har la
Consagracin al Sagrado Cora-
zn de Jess y se repartir una
estampa a los asistentes
.DrAante todo e ldift Perma-
necer espuesto el Sanslimo
psra recibir los homenajes de
tQda la ciudad de Panam.
Picazn De Los Pies
Cicatrizada (orno Magia
Doa Otilia Arosemena de
Tejelra ha sido designada por
el Gobierno Nacional como de-
legada de Panam a la Sexta
Asamblea Anual de la Comisin
Interamericana de Mujeres, or-
ganismo dependiente de ls
OEA.
La reunin mencionad* ten-
dr lugar en Santiago de Chi-
le y asistirn delegadas de to-
dos los pases del Continente.
La seora de Tejelra repre-
sent a nuestro pas en el ex-
terior en 1941 en la Octava
Conferencia de la Nueva Edu-
cacin en Ann Arbor, por In-
vitacin de la Progresivo Edu-
cation Association; y en 1848,
represent a nuestro pas sn el
XI Congreso Panamericano del
Nio celebrado en Caracas.
La seora de .Tejelra partlir
esta noche en el desempeo de
su mlslin.
PAGINA CINCO
ARTISTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
Con el fondo actual de Tokio,
la Fox Films ha producido su1
ms alegre, suntuosa y mel-!
diosa produccin musical en
tecnicolor, "Amores en Tokio',
(Call Me Mister), usando las
canciones de la obra teatral del
mismo nombre que causaran
furor en Broadway.
"Amores en Tokio", que ser
presentada hoy y maana en
el teatro Lux, tiene en su re-
parto a la siempre popuplar y
curvcea Betty Grable, al ex-
perto bailarn Dan Dailey, el
nuevo y formidable cmico
Danny Thomas y la incorregi-
ble Benay Venuta, reina de
los cabarets neoyorklnos, al fa-
moso Trio Dunnlll, el astro c-
mico de la televisin Frank
Fontaine y cientos de coristas
HOA -1090 HOW -1230
Radio Panamericana
PANAMA COLON
a
>t ardan, piran o Queman loa pial tan
loloroiamont qua rail lo malvan
locoT 8a la raja o aanrr* la pll na
laa plaaf Xa. Vardadara cania, da aitm
traatornos da la pial da loa pial a un
ffrman muy axtandldo an todo al
mundo r conocido con dlrarana nom-
raa talas orno Mal da Atlataa, Pira-
an da Slnnpora, ato. Catad no podr
Taraa libra da aata trastorno Imita, qua
a mata al itrmtn qua lo cauta, i'n
auavo daictibrlmlanto mdico llama-
do Nixodarm araba con la plcaton *n
pocos minutos, mata loa rmanaa r-
pldamanta y comanla a elcatrlaar la
pial hacindola auava, limpia y clara
an pocoa dlaa. Nixodarm ha taido
tanto *lto qua- orraca acabar con
la plcaidn y clratrliar la pial da loa
Slaa alno tambin tomo ramadlo
ontra loa aaaoa m racalcltraataa
da Bcaama. Acn o arupclonaa da
la pial. Pida Nlxadarm an au farma-
Nixodtnii "'
mm D6rdnos do lo Plsf
Cumplen diez y siele
aos las quintuples
Dionne en Ontario
ONTARIO, mayo 28. (UP>.
Las quintuples Dionne celebra-
ron hoy sus 17 aos de edad.
Yvonne. Ceclle, Anette, Ma-
rie y Emily se levantaron de
sus camas a las 0:30 de la
maana y acompaaron a sus
padres a misa de siete, en
compaa de sus hermanos y
hermanas.
El-seor Dionne dijo qu le
habla regalado a las quintu-
ples una cmara fotogrfica a
cada una, pues "ellas adoran
tomar fotografas y son bas-
tante buenas en eso".
Las quintuples recibieron tar-
jetas de felicitaciones de todas
partes del mundo, asi como nu-
merosos regalos, dndole a su
residencia un aire de Navidad.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores orooramas
EXTRA!!!
TRAJES, rebajados 20 al 40%
CUATRO DAS SOLAMENTE
dssds
EL JUEVES 31 DE MAYO A JUNIO 4
LA MODA AMERICANA
Avenida Central 102 Panam
HOT. MARTES
P.M.
S:Sg El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero RPA
4:13 Selecciones de saln
4:30 Dedicatorias para todos
6:00 Vibraciones aei Airo
(Nacho Valdes)
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:13'All Marido. Dramatization
por Cigarrillos (aniel
7:3* El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzacln
7:45 Intermedio variado
8:00 Ritmos populares
bailables
8:30 El favorito de hoy
8:46 Cantares de Espaa
9:00 Solos dt piano
9:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Msica favorita
10:30 [,n Mariposa Blanca
Programa BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
Himno nacional
MAANA MIRCOLES
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del dia
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del 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
12:15 Noticiero RPA
12.30 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Por Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros favoritos
1:30 Acordes porteos
1:43 Espaoleras
2:00 Noticias
Cortesa Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio selecto
2:15 Melodas variadas
LUCHO TAPIA, actor de destacada personalidad, que reapa-
rece ante los micrfonos de la Red Panamericana prxima-
mente en los programas: SU NOVELA FAVORITA Y PAGI-
NAS DE AMOR. Lucho, considerado por la radlo-audlencla
como uno de los mejores actores panameos, vuelve al esce-
narlo de sus triunfos, la RED PANAMERICANA.
ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
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No hay nada que mejore ms el
abor de una taza de caf que Avo-
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de leche esterilizada c hispnica
oo necesita refrigeracin sotes de
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... siempre fresca y sabrosa. Y es
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ms lujosos.
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'M.INA SE1H
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO iNDEPENDIENT
j-aRTES, MATO 2, 1951
NO hay mejoi Via para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc. ^x
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo rr
15 palabras.
3 por cada
palabw adiciona*.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Aro. Tim.II No I
tu t-mi >
KHISKO DE LESSEN
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NOVEDADES MORRISON
Avt 4 de lalU
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BOTICA CARLTON
A* McWndn II.W
Tol as-C.l.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Call* U Owl* (to. U
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H' Na S7 riua>
Am CaMial 12-17 Cala*
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturas y esnolus
extra bridantes o pruebo de moho.
B 3.25 goln. Almacenes Tropidu-
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje,
cantina Los Aliados, calla H No.
12. Informes en la mismo.
SE VENDIN:Cloro, tuborlo tira.
I acero acanalado. FU-Ta* (carton
aislador para calo oo> tnoaa-
raa, loromano. e*cuodo. ate. o
lo precio mi bajo en plato.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Vio Eipo-
no, llefondo o Juan Franco. Tal.
3-1503. j______________________
Vendemos sacos usados de henequn
CIA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ N..
S. A. Fbrica de Mosaicos. Ave.
Cubo No. 8.
| Por motivo de viaje se vende un al-
macn acreditado en el mejor pun-
to de la Avenido Central. Infrmese
en el Bazar Washington, Centro!
122.
Aproveche ganga busito GMC 1949,
17 pasajeros, $1,250.00 efectivo
y asumir 10 letras $77.70 cada
una- Telfono 2-4008.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje en
la .Avenida Central No. 217 Celi-
donia, la Refrisquera La Victoria.
Vendemos y cortomos vidrios de to-
dos tamaos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N., S. A. Fabrico de
Mosaicos, Ave. Cubo No. 8.
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plstico, pego de todo contra to-
do. CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fabrico de Mosaicos.
Ave. Cubo No. 8.__________
SE VENDE: Estante muy fina de
do puerto con etpejo intarno
a precio do liquidacin B.100.
Hospicio de Hurfano.
SE VENDE:Motor olictrico da 1-4
caballo, nunca uiado; costo origi-
nal B.30. So liquida en B.10. Te-
lfono 2-1790.
SE VENDE:Por no poderlo atender,
kiosco con venta halagadora dia-
ria, para informes llame al Tel.
3-2958.
SE VENDE: Calentador elctrico
para aoua, Generol Electric ltimo
modelo, do 15 salones, tre ma-
lo da uio con vlvula da iau-
rad. Mitad da precio 75.00.
Teletono 2-1790.
SE VENDE:Cajo Fuorte da con-
truccion especial tipo de banco;
coito original B.1.500. Acabada
da pintar y en perfecta condicio-
ne, ic liquida en B.25O.O0. Tal-
fono 2-1790.
Acobamos de recibir cemento blan-
co pora la vento. CIA. D. NORIE-
GA. S- A. Pasadena, No. 15, Ter
3-0260._________________________
SE'VENDE: Mquina de escribir
Smith Corona de II" como nuevo,
$150.00. Firestone, Calle Estuden-
te 69 telfono 2-0363. Apar-
todo 511 Ponam-
El Conol de Panam solicita propues-
tas poro el suministro de 7,000
BMFT de madero de roble blonco
ele 2" o 2 1-2" de gruesa, y 75,-
000 BMFT de madera de cedro
granadino de 1" a 4" de grueso,
bpjo propuestas sellados pora abrir-
te el 12 de junio de 1951. Sa
puede obtener el formulario No.
396 del despacho del Superinten-
dente de Almocenes en Balboa,
telfono 2-2777.
AVISO
. Para conocimiento del p-
blico en general, hago cons-
tar, que por medio de la Es-
critura Pblica No. 950, yo,
Dlmas Gonzlez, con cdula
de Identidad Personal No.
28-32127, vend el estableci-
miento denominado "La Po-
pular", situado en Calle Prs-
pero Plnel #16 a la seorita
Elvla Marina Arosemena con
Cdula de Identidad Personal
ijlo. 47-55102; por tanto ruego
a toda persona que tenga
Cuenta pendiente con dicho
establecimiento se sirva pasar
9 la Calle 17 Oeste No. 12.
bajos, a entenderse con el se-
or Gonzlez.
Panam, 28 de Mayo de 1951.
Dimas Gonxles
Cd. 28-32127
REPARACIONES!
TENEMOS TODA CLASE
DE
MADERA
CONSLTENOS !
Ate. Norte S3 TeL -SB19
Calle Martin Sosa No. S
TeL J-1424
SE VENDE:Cholet de tres recma-
ra, dos servicios. garage, todo
cercado, motivo de viaje. Infor-
mes, carretera de Pueblo Nuevo
No. 43, Ricordo Prez.
SE VENDE:Estufa de gas, 4 que-
madores, con horno, $40.00. Calle
15 Poitilla No. 126.
SE VENDE:Unos acciones de la
Urbanizacin El Congrejo. Box
1784, Balboa.
SE VENDE:Cholet en Bella Vista,
de tres recmoros. con cuarto y ser-
vicio poro empleada, paro informes
llame a la oficina Baquerizo. Tel.
3-0699.
SE VENDE:Uno cosa de concreto
amoblada en Nuevo Arroijn, con
4 recmaros, salo, comedor, porch
amplio, motor de luz, gallinero,
con ms de 100 gallinas, pida ms
informes a GABRIEL NOVOA. Ga-
lle "M" No. 26. Tel. 3-2161.
SE VENDE:
Casas
SE VENDE: Cuatro apartamentos
amoblados cerca playa en Seacliff
Acres, con 3,500 metros de terre-
no, alto y o nivel, agua y electri-
cidad. NADA MAS B.6.500. PA-
GARA POR SI SOLA DENTRO DE
S AOS. Llame POSEY, Balboa.
2698.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
fc ALQUILAN:Exclu.vomont. po-
ro oticinos toclo cntrico on lo
altos do Avenido Control 44 o
precio mdico. Solicitan Infor-
macin an Almacena 5 v 10 can-
tuvo
SE ALQUILA:O Vende. Locol -
pacilo con banco da primera
paro mercado. Si lo intereso hago
u propuesta a lo telfono 3-
0338 o 2-3333.
SE ALQUIL,\: Local pora oficina,
arriba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Local para depsito,
1.000 M2, bajo techo, antigua
Fbrica de Mosoicos Ideai. Corre-
tera Transistmica. entrada Locera
Tel. 3-0698, seor Nez-
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet es-
taca I 1-2 tonelada 1941, muy
buenas condiciones. Vea Sr. Malt,
Estacin Valdls, Ave. A No. 117-
SE VENDE:Pick-up marco Lo Salie
y Packard Sedan modele 1938.
Taller Sobonas. Buen precio.
SE VENDE:Buick 1947. 4 puertas,
radio, cubreasicntos nylon, perfec-
ta condicin, facilidades pago. Lla-
me 2-2481, horas oficino.
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje, Ply-
mouth 1947, derechos pagos, ex-
celente condicin, 5 Montas nuevos,
radio nuevo, cubre asientos. B.I.-
000.00. Llame al Tel. 2-1200, o
despues de las 6 p. m. ol 3-2280.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de vioje
Studeboker ."Land Cruiser" 1949,
sedan 4 puertas, color rojo, cubre-
asientos Nylon, llantas blancos,
antena, derechos pagos, seguro
completo, placas -hasta Diciembre
1951. Condicin excelente. El com-
prador puede pagar uno suma ra-
zonable al contodo y asumir obli-
gacin de 8 letras a B.60.00 .men-
suales. Telfono Oficina 2-2856
residencia 3-0393, oparlado 1376.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Coja Fuerte, acuda
Mueblera Central, Ave. Central
178.
PERDIDO
PERDIDA:Parra da cacera, entre
la carretera da Rio Abajo y Pana-
m Viajo, color negro en al lomo
y chocolate an la poto. Avisar
Tal. 3-3120. Gratificacin.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera y
una empleada para oficios gener-
les de casa, no tienen que dormir
en el empleo. Ocurra a lo Ave.
Monuel Ycazo en Campo Alegre,
No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Dos empleados se-
nas paro trobajos domsticos. De-
ben dormir rn el traboio. Calle 15
Paitilla No. 117.
SE NECESITA: Empleada pora la
casa que sepa cocinar, ojal duer-
ma en el trabojo. Ave. "A" 13
Pensin-
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera de
25 o 30 oos, debe dormir en el
trabajo, calle 39 Este No. 14, de
3 a 6 de lo tarde.
SE NECESITA: Una cocinero con
recomendocin. Avenida Per No.
75. bojos.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada que
duerma en casa. Calle 13 Oeste
No. 55.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALOUrtA: Apartamento com-
pletamente amoblado, do rec-
maras, muy fresco, frente ol mar.
Calle Uruguay No. 2, Tel. 3-0916-
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento de 3
cuartos con balcn, y servicios in-
dependientes en Avenida Central
No. 125- Tel. 2-3491.
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos
B.50.00 y cuorto a B. 12.00. Tal.
2'0364.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento mo-
derno, independiente, de una ra-
cimara. Amoblado o sin amoblar.
Vio Belisario Porras 168.
SE ALQUILAAportomento en San
Francisco de la Caleta. Informes
Estocin Gasolina San Jos, Via
Espaa No. 2-
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, solo,
comedor, recmara y garage. Ca-
lle 46 No. 27. Infrmese la mis-
ma coso Apto. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartanento fresco,
cntrico, dos rec-naras, cocina,
servicios indepenaV.-ntes, balcn,
altos, Avenida A No. 16. 8.60.00.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento inde-,
pendiente, solo, comedor, 'bs" r-'
cmaras, esquina Avenido Per,
calle 36 Este No. II, B.80.00.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
. cada uno, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleado, instalocin agua colien-
te, en buena vecindad. Bella Visto,
Calle 44 No. 32. Apto. 4. Telfo-
no 3-0815.
LECCIONES
SEORA:Graduada en Conservato-
rio Europeo, ensea Piano y Acor-
den. Garantiza rpido aprendiza-
je, mtodo ultramoderno, Informes
Tel. 3-3908. Llamar de 8 o 4 p-
SE NECESITA
General
Excelente oportunidad vendedor entre
21 v 30 de edad que hable ingls
y espaol con educacin secunda-
ria. Sueldo y comisin B. 150.00
mensual garantizo. Exigimos refe-
rencias. Bazar Americano, Central
No. 25. Ponomi.
SE NECESITA:Persona pora ven-
der exclusivamente mquinas de
coser, hablar ingls y castellano, a
base de comisin, escriba aparta-
do 537. Panam.
SE NECESITAN: Dos jvenes con
experiencio en ventas, y bueno
presencia. AMERICAN PROTEC-
TION. Ave. Central No- 47. Apto.
23, altos. Ponom, Avenida Bal-
boa y Calle 6, Arena de Coln.
Malik neg
nos. Suecia no pudo decir si el
Informante era un funcionarlo
o si estaba en condiciones ae
conocer atinadamente Jas opi-
niones del Kremlin en ste a-
sunto.
Malik, que el prximo viernes
ocupar la Presidencia del Ocn-
sejo de Seguridad debido a un
sistema de rotacin, tambin
rompi el silencio respecto a la
suspensi de embarques de ma-
teriales estratgicos a la China
comunista.
M a 11 k dijo que ni slqulae.
transmitir a Mosc el texto de
la resolucin aprobada por 47
cintra 0 porque la misma es "I-
legal"
Red Panamericana
tiene tos
m**m (nominas
SALUD COK
SAL HCPATICA
LAXANTE
de
EFECTO
RPIDO
y
SEGURO
SE NECESITA:Carguero que duer-
ma en la coso. Buen sueldo- Debe
tener referencias. Avenida J. E.
Duque No. 36, esquina con calle
5o. Lo Cresta.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera de expe-
riencia para que sirva a la vez co-
mo orna de llaves, pora matrimo-
nio sin hijos. Buen sueldo. Tiene
que dormir en cosa. Intil presen-
tarse sin recomendacin. Ocurra
Avenida Central No. 59, bojos.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia y buenas referencias- Buen
sueldo. Calle 41 No. 19.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo poro ofi-
cios de cosa y cuidado de nio. Re-
ferencias. Calle Empire 826-D,
Balboa.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia, cerca de 40 aos de edad.
Recomendacin de familia pana-
mea. Intil presentorse sin re-
comendocin. Balboa, Carr Street,
casa 1423. Apto. B. De 5:30 p.
nv hosta 8 p. m.
SE NECESITA:Monicurista de bue-
na presencia y experiencia. Ocu-
rro Saln de Belleza Americano,
colle 12 Oeste No. 55.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILACuarto amoblado, en-
trada independiente, preferible
persona buenos costumbres. Colle
a. Central. 4047. Apto- 15, Coln.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto completo-
mente amoblado pora hombre so-
lo. Cali Colombia No. 8. apar-
tomento 5. Telfono 3-0338.
..SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en Aveni-
da Ancn No. 71, apartamento 1,
cerca Teotro Tropical.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Motivo de viale. todos
les muebla de un oportamento-
Dirigirte, colla 49 No. 13. Tel.
3-2378.
SE ALQUILA: Mognifico cuorto
frente al mar, servicio sanitario in-
dependiente, todo comodidad, po-
ro matrimonio o 2 jvenes hono-
rables, No. 5. primero escalera-
Plaza 2 de Enero.
SE VENDE:Estante de caobo y es-
tufa "Mogic Chef" en perfectas
condiciones. Colle 34 No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-0899. Panam.
SE VENDE:Maquina "Singer" de
coser, nevera para sodas, molino
para maz o caf. Avenido B. 73.
SE VENDEN:Todo los muebles de
uno caso incluyendo piano, infor-
mes, carretero de Pueblo Nuevo
No. 43. Ricardo Prez.
SE VENDE:Estonte de cedro, mesa
comedor 4 sillos. blonco-verde.
refrigeradora Servel de gas, nue-
va. Bicicleta hombre. Coco Solo
326-C. Tel. 246.
SE VENDE:Un juego racmara y
licorero, casi nueva y barata, pue-
de verse calle 15 Febrero caso
3 cuarto 17
S VENDE:Motivo vioje, boodera
de boby nuevo, cunita con colchn
Simmons. impermeable, cmoda,
con su espejo. Precio regalado.
Vista Hermosa.
L
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.950
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 39 E #22
Tel 3-1713
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
Tenemos el surtido ms
grande y ms fino de Mol
duras de Metal para el
NEVAMAR para uso sobre
mesas, fregadores o canti-
nas. CORALITE para pare-
des y NACTOR para al
frente de las tiendas.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Are. Central 279 Tel. 3-14a
Ciudad de Panam
CARBURO DE CALCIO
en latas de 2 y 10 libras.
RASTRILLOS, AZADO-
NES y ESCOBAS DE A-
CERO PARA JARDN
HACHAS Y COAS (2,
2!, 3 y 3. Ibs.)
MAZOS Y PIQUETAS.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
CaUe 16 Este #4 TeL Z-2S0t
Se Senta Terriblemente
Dbil Despus de la
Enfermedii"
Las Clula* da te Sangra
Necesitaban Hierra Nueva
S Id aate oteaba, achaca. debU.
nervioeo. o M MU acotado, eu daba* pera
coneigo ademo obUMr un freeco da ata
nuevo inico terufioaao r aoeaatano a aaU
Primero, obtaafa un ft-aaco da FERRIZAN.
lue*o rM una buaoa cae-BataVa beata doa-
da puede ir o cuanta Hampo pueda trabajar na
rene-rae. Entontan tona doa paatlllea tree
vacaa al dia con la lun-Wlaa d urania 10 diaa
matemente. 8a aaomhrar da In ililn aila, da
la eaartie y la i laaal inda qua habr adquirido,
loa narviaa aa haban rallado -habr mee
atoarla an au mirada habr -acobrado al
apetito, y la vida tendr /ara Ud. una par
pectiva comptotaeaanaa dttaWente.
KI. PKKKI7.AN aa puada obtener aa leda,
lee farmacia* OMaof* aa trees y anetele a
prueba.
PARA REBAJAR
EXISTENCIA
tenemos precios especiales en
los siguientes artculos:
Cucharones de cocina de
13 pulgadas
Tinta para escolares
Peinillas en todos los ta-
maos
Bombillos "Eveready"
2.5 y 3.8
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Ray Robinson
se inscribe en
torneo de golf
OHNATILLY, Francia Mayo 29
(Uri c. Bracht de la Argen-
tina figura entre los 6o jugado-
es de golf que participarn en
I tor.ico Internacional por el
rampBonato amateur de Fran-
s que se iniciar hoy.
Entre loa demos prominentes
isado.es extranjeros participa-
ran en el torneo fi turan l03
.urteamericanos Charles Coe,
Bob Knowles, Bill Cahpbell Jim
MIaic y Jim Standlsli los brl-
.aai.os Leonard Crav/ley, John
..c Bendem y Jan Batey, el ho-
lands p. Van Hell y el alemn
... TUiie,
1 campen- mundial peso
mediano Ray Robinson y su en-
trenador Pee Wee Beale se han
inscrito para participar en el
torneo. No se sabe a ciencia
cierta si Robinson Jugar.* Para
jugar contra Beale en la pri-
mera vuelta se ha designado al
campen francs Henri De La-
maze-
Se ha anunciado
Latino-Americanos.
El plan fu preparado por To-
i.ey Terry Hatield, bella joven
descendiente de "Devil Ansa'
Hatield, jefe de una familia ae
Kentucky, cuyas, luchas y riva-
lidades con otra familia de ape-
llido McCoys durante el siglo
pasado son famosas en la hisui-
ia norteamericana.
Hatield cuenta con la coope-
racin de Theodore Graniclc. co'
nentarista de radio television.
de la National Broadcasting'
Company y del Departamento
Ce Estado.
La Joven Hatield y Granlcfr,
acompaados del personal tc-
nico de la NBC proyectan vLl-
tar trece pases Latino-Amll-
enos para entrevistas con svs
respectivos presidentes y selec-
cionar, un grupo de artistas do
cada uno de ellos-
Esas entrevistas se harn en
pelculas que despus se trans-
mitirn por televisin en pro-
gramas en que participaran ar-
tistas de cada uno de aquellos
pnises. .
La serle, siguiendo'\k costum-
bre de la televisin norteame-
ricana, constituir de 13 pro-
gramas, Los pases ya seleccio-
rndos son Mxico, Cuba. Vene-
zuela, Brasil, Per y Chile, fal-
tando por escoger otros 7 pais.s
Numerosos tanques
Irrumpieron en bs
calles de Tehern
TEHERAN, mayo 29. (UP).
Aproximadamente una docena
de tanques entraron en las ca-
lles de Tehern anoche, como
medida de precaucin ante la
posibilidad que surjan graves
motines hoy cuando tengan lu-
gar las manifestaciones inspi-
radas por los comunistas.
Los tanques llegaron a la ciu-
dad procedentes de las guar-
niciones prximas, mientras el
mitin auspiciado por los co-
munistas pedia vigorosas ma-
nifestaciones hoy contra la con-
cesin petrolera britnica en
Irn.
Previamente, el Embajador de
Estados Unidos, Henry Orady,
visit al Primer Ministro Mo-
hammed Mossadegh, se cree que
iara .tratar acerca de la reclen-
decisin de expropiar los
campos petroleros explotados
por los britnicos. No se dl
Informacin oficial alguna so-
bre la conversacin de 45 mi-
nutos, pero fuentes informadas
dicen que Orady pareca "in-
quieto y molesto".
La comisin, especial sobre el
petrleo del Gobierno y el Par-
lamento, designada Dar llevar
a cabo la nacionalizacin de
los campos petroleros, se reuni
anoche con un Jurista para tra-
tar acerca de la protesta bri-
tnica presentada ante la Cor-
te Internacional de Justicia so-
bre la situacin.
Previamente el Gobierno de
Irn habla Informado a la Cor-
te que no tiene poder para in-
tervenir en la disputa petro-
lera.
VENDEDOR. Este vendedor ambulante en Sel, con tan *
rar* mquina, no est haciendo sino vendiendo "pop-corn". ,
Miles de vendedores de ese tipo se encuentran en Sel.
Terminan programa de pruebas
Atmicas en la Isla Eniwetok
WASHINGTON. Mavo 29 res, propsito princlDal de
WASHINGTON, Mayo 29
L'SISj La Comisin de h-
nerga Atmica y el Departa-
mento de Defensa han Informa-
do al Presidente Truman sobre
a terminacin con xito d un
piograma de pruebas de armas
atmicas en la Isla de Eniwe.ok:
en el Pacifico.
El siguiente es el testo heci:o
por' la Comisin y el Departa-
ciento:
1. La Comisin de Energa
Atmica y el Departamento de
Defensa han notificado al Pre-
sidente Truman que se ha rea-
lizado con xito un prograirn
d pruebas de armas atmicas
conjuntamente con la Trcea
Fuer Naval en los campos de
experimentacin en el atoln de
niwetolc.
2 El teniente general El-
vrood R- Qesada, de la Fueiza
Area de EE. UU. comanda el
JTF-3, Integrado por persoual
de la Fuerza Area, el EJrc'to
a Marina, la Comisin, de E-
nerga Atmica, las entidades
educativas y cientficas. El Dr.
Alvin Graves, del laboratorio
cientfico de los Alamos, el i"-
t en el ramo cientfico.
3.Segn se han anunciado
previamente las actividades '.e
pruebas en Eniwetok se -hallan
bajo restricciones de segUridac1.
entre ellas las de la ley sobre
Energa Atmica. La informa-
cin obtenida de la Investiga-
cin de las detenciones nuclea-
res, propsito principal de la
prueba, se halla en secreto. En
C'implimiento del anuncio ne-
cho por el Presidente Trumira
el 31 de enero de 1950 el pro-
grama de pruebas comprende
experimentos que contribuyan a
la Investigacin de las armas
termonucleares.
4. La informacin sobre va-
rios proyectos en materia de
biologa, medicina y radiologa
ser clasificada y destinada a
ias respectiva dependencia del
Gobierno una vez que se han
analizado y evaluado los resul-
tados. El progrema incluye asi-
mismo una minuciosa medida
de los efectos del estallido y
calor de la explosin en las es-
tructura, la aviacin y varios &-
tros aspectos- Gran parte de cu-
tos datos se clasificarn ar.to
para uso del Departamento de ^i
Defensa como para la Arcuc! -'
Federal de la Defensa Civil. Les
datos obtenidos incluyen infor-
macin adicional sobre el valor
.militar en el terreno de los e-
fectos sobre las armas.
5 El General Quesada y el
Dr. Graves regresarn a Wash-
ington dentro de algunas seii--
nas para Informar al Deparlr.-
mento de Defensa y a la Co.r.i-
s.n de Energa Atmica. L
Comisin continuar haciendo
neo del campo de prueba de E>
mwetok y esta zona permane-
cer cerrada para las personas
que no tengan autorizacin pa*
ra entrar en ella.
S'enuncian agresiva poltica
e los dirigentes soviticos
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a Le ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor took.
8IEMPRK A Sis OROKNES
Kio Abajo #2154 TeL 3-fU4.
Almaron Calle "I" 44
Tel Z-17M
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2'x6t2'x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Fspaa No. 121
Tel. 3*1593
WASHINGTON, mayo 29.
(USlS). El deseo de paz del
pueblo ruso, en contraste con la
poltica de agresin de sus di-
rigentes, se pone de manifiesto
en' un lnfot* publicado por
la'Comisin "efie Relaciones Ex-
teriores del Senado de EE. UU.
*;l fteme del pueblo ruso a
la, guerra", "dice el Informe "o-
bllga al Gobierno sovitico, em-
peado en la expansin, a ocul-
tar su verdadera Intencin y a
presentarse cDmo "el ms fir-
me baluarte" de la paz".
El informe se basa en un es-
tudio de la serie de situaciones
de tensin' dentro de la Unin
Sovitica. Este estudio fue pre-
parado por el servicio de refe-
rencia legislativa de la Biblio-
teca del Congreso a solicitud
del- Senador Alexander Wiley,
miembro del Comit de Rela-
cion* Exteriores.
En .una Introduccin al in-
forme, Wiley dice: "La maqui-
naria' de la propaganda sovi-
tica pretende hacer creer al
mundo exterior que todo el pue-
blo sovitico es una nacin de
I ciudadanos leales y sin temor
listos a apoyar en todo al r-
gimen. Sin embargo, este in-
forme demuestra lo infundado
de esa aseveracin". Las reas
i de tensin en la Unin Sovi-
tica, dice Wiley, son numerosas
y se amontonan unas sobre
otras. "Las quejas y desagrado
de todaes las gamas de la do*
blacin son reales. El pueblo
ruso es ms esclavo de sus di-
rigentes que en los tiempos da
los zares. Los verdaderos "re-
volucionarios" (no estn con
Stalin y los suyos, sino en la
masas oprimidas de la URSS
que luchan contra la poltica y
las prcticas de sus tirnicos
dirigentes. Un gobierno totali-
tario opresor es su enemigo".
Wiley, republicano, fue un
de los 23 senadores que en el
mes de febrero presentaron una
resolucin en la cual se ped
al Gobierno sovitico que m.
infestara a sus ciudadanos 1*
amistad que siete por ellos f
todos los dems pueblos los ciu-
dadanos de los EE. UU.
Trasmisiones en colores har
la Columbia Broadcasting en
los Estados Unidos pronto
WASHINGTON, Mayo 29 (I'M
El Tribunal Supremo autori-
z, de heeho a la Columpia
Broadcasting System comenzar
las transmisiones de television,
en colores al declarar sin lugar
la apelacin de la Radio Cor-
poration of Amrica
En Diciembre pasado el Tri-
bunal Federa]- de tres Maglita-
tios determin que la Comisin
Federal d Comunicaciones lifc-
bia actuado correctamente al
cutorlzar a la Columbia poi.or
en el mercado su sistema en
colores. .
La Radio Corporation, q.ie
tiene otro sistema de televisin
en color, apel ante el Tribunal
Supremo que declar el recurso
sin lugar.
La Columbia ha tenido algu-
no* programas de televisin en
Nueva York pero no ha com,
Ze-do a actuar abiertamente en
sta clase de transmisiones espera de la decisin del Triow
nal Supremo.
LICITACIN
SUMINISTRO DE TELA PARA LOS UNIFORMES
DE LA POLICA NACIONAL
Se notifica a los interesados que el dia 28 de Junio a las
10 en punto de la maana, se abrirr/i las propuestas que se
re-- r ten para el suministro de tela para los uniformes de
i Polica Nacional. '
Los pliegos de cargo podrn solicitarse en la Contra-
loria General durante las horas hbiles.
Panam. 28 de Mayo de 1951.
CONTRALOR GENERAL


MARTES, MATO 29, 1951
D. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEFENDIENTf
f AGINA SIFT*
Numerosos Atletas Panameos Participarn
En El Concurso De Maana En La Boca
El Programa incluye eventos de Pista,
Campo, Ciclismo y Marathn pedestre
Maana tendr tugar el co-1
mentado, extenso y variado Pro
grama de A\letismo y Ciclismo
en el Estadio de La Boca, don-
de participarn numerosos atle-
tas panameos de distintos lu-
gares de Coln, interior y la
capital.
El programa comprende 29
eventos, repartidos en la si-
guiente forma:
22 de Atletismo, que son 17
pruebas de carreras, de la cua-
les 13 son para hombres in-
cluyendo la Marathn de 7 mi-
llas, y 4 para damas; 5 eventos
de campo y 7 carreras de bici-
cletas.
En las horas de la maana
comenzando a las 9 y 30, se
efectuarn las Eliminaciones, y
en la tarde principiando a las
2 p.m. se desarrollarn las prue
bas finales.
La ltima prueba sealada es
la Marathn pedreste, que par-
tir a la*.l pja. de la Oficina
de Correos de Pedro Miguel,
para terminar como a las S y20
p.m. en el lugar de las compe-
tencias.
El programa completo de.to-
dos los ventos, lo damos en
lugar aparte. Visible entusias-
mo ha levantado este Concurso,
donde se espera que nuestros
atletas se lucirn.
Numerosos premios tiene la
Comisin organizadora de este
Torneo para los distintos ga-
nadores y atletas destacados.
En el torneo de maana en
La Boca estn inscritos unos
260 atletas.
Se Corre Maana El Derby
De Epson Downs En Inglaterra
Destacados Caballos Llegaron
A Panam Procedentes Del Per
Llegaron a Panam ocho des-
| tacados caballos procedentes
del Per enviado por el des-
tacado hpico limeo Sr. Ma-
nuel Checo Solarl.
Todos estos ejemplares sern
I rematados prximamente por
su propietario una vez se llenen
todas las formalidades. La lista
| de estos equinos es la siguiente:
HECHIZO: de los mejores ca-
I Dallos de Handicap en Lima,
na ganado muchas carreras,
I hasta 2000 metros y en la me-
jor serle del Handicap; tiene 4
I aos, muy sano e hijo de TAR-
[TUFO, que ha encabezado va-
inas veces la estadstica de po-
trillos, en madre por CTE-
lEYES; propio hermano de u*i
iPas al comando el
electa en el ftbol
linfanlll de Barraza
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol infantil de Barraza
G. r. E. Pje.
Selecta ............. 3 3 0 9
Independiente ___l 4 0 8
Fuerte 25 ......----- 2 4 0 8
iuayaquil ........ 1 4 1 6
)ep. Pern ......... 14 2 6
Tauros ............. 12 3 4
Santander ......... 9 4 2 4
tngelini ......... 1 1 3
El Selecta pas al primer lu-
rar del Torneo del ftbol In-
fantil de Barraza con. su victo-
ria sobre el Santander pur 2
tantos a 1.
El encuentro result intere-
sante y fu el nico parido'que
ofreci la contienda, que se en-
cuentra en su etapa final.
Citacin Deportiva
Esta tarde a las 5.00 en el
gimnasio Nacional, celebrara
| ma importante reunin la Liga
'rovlncial de Basketball con
. os representantes de los equi-
ps de la categora menor mas-
:ulina y representantes de los
conjuntos Femeninos que ac-
uarn en la Justa.
8e ruega la asistencia de to-
los a esta importante reunin
n la cual se ultimarn los de-
alles de apertura para ambas
ategorias, Inauguracin que se
erificar el sbado 2 de Junio
ntre los equipos Eva Pern y
lastrera Crdenas en la cate-
oria femenina y Fuerte 15
rente al Cela Oonrle* en la
ategoria menor masculina.
buenslmo caballo exportado a
Venezuela. Es lo mejor del lote.
LUJOSO: hijo de LEONARD
muy buen potrlllo-en madre
por MA8TER VER, 4 aos y
ganador de clsico; corre estu-
Eleudamente en distancias in-
ermedlas v es muy lindo.
LACNICO, hijo de LEO-
NARD, como el anterior, de 4
aos. Ganador de varias ca: re-
ras y excelente trabajador en
la, cancha de viruta. Lo que In-
dica que correr bien en Pana-
m,
CHABACUBO: 6 aos, hijo de
CHANSSONIER. Ganador de in
flnldad de carreras. Pertenece
a la mejor serle de Handicap.
Es muy bonito.
TAMESIS: 4 aos, pero con
nacimiento ingls, vino en el
vientre de su madre, TAMESIS
es el producto que ms. caro
se ha vendido en las venta de
productos de 2 aos en Lima.
s.90.000. Es un precioso caballo,
ganador de varias carreras y
excelente trabajador en nancha
de viruta. Es ms o menos del
tamao de Barretin.
TROPICAWA, hija de TAR-
TUFO, una de las mejores ye-
guas de su generacin. Ganado-
ra del Clsico Velocidad. Debe
correr una barbaridad en Pa-
nam.
GUARINA, hija de A. G. LU-
CHO, tiene 4 aos y es gana-
dora clsica. Gan muchas ca-
rreras.
LA CHATA de 3 aos, gana-
dora de dos carreras, hija de
INSULTO, el mejor padrillo de
los ltimos tiempos en el Pe-
r, padre de Insuperable.
El basket de Anin
comenzar al ser
reparado el gimnasio
ANTCW. Mayo 29 (Correspon-
sal Chong)En reunin cele-
brada por el Club Deportivo y
Social Antonero, se acord inau
gurar la Liga de Basketball de
Antn, hasta tanto se ermine
la reparaclln del Gimnasio Es-
colar.
Tambin fu acordado esco-
ger el sbado 9 de Junio para
el agasajo que se brindar al
Ministro de Obras Pblicas, Ing
Norberto Navarro y a Toms
Alberto Cupas, Cristbal Sar-
miento, Guillermo Rolla, Loiito
Patino y otros deportistas co-
nocidos.
Ki Mong es el
gran favorito
de esta prueba
a
iii
i'
if
HUMBER I
La Aristcrata de todas las Bicicletas
La nica bicieltta
PRUEBA i LADRN
De venta en-:
IWEH.CR1* CAM aPARTOH. BTBal III, SalNMNU
Vn Jlairrt A RaUith InJwtriti Uit., Ntllimthtm, InjIUrrt
LISTO PARA COMPETIR CONTRA LOS CAMPEONES. En
esta vista presentamos a Daiquiri, el magnifico ejemplar de
propiedad de don Osear Ghitis, demostr en su ultima pre-
sentacin que est listo para competir contra los mejores ca-
ballos de Juan Franco. Aqu aparece despus de obtener su
primer triunfo con el Jinete chileno Jorge Contreras.
El Chin termin con el invicto del Unin y
subi el comando del baseball chorrerano
La Selecta se juega
hoy importante carta
en el torneo de bolos
El Tropical se asegur
el; tercer puesto con su
triunfo sobre Martinz
EStIdO DE LOS EOUPOS
Torne de Bolos
Selecta ."./.'....... 1 21 .W
Mike ............. 39 25 .609
Tropical ............ 37 27 .578
Royal ................ 36 28 .563
Entrometidos .....30 30 .500
Martins ..........30 34 .468
Pinocho..........24 31 .400
Balboa ................. U 36 .400
C. Vieja ..........21 43 .328
El Tropical termin sus com-
promisos en el torneo de bolos
Caf Duran" con un trlunlo
sobre los constructores de la
Martinz 3 a 1 para terminar
asi en el tercer lugar. En el
juego de esta noehe entie la
Selecta y los Entrometidos pue-
de decidirse el campeonao ya
que la Selecta nada ms nece-
sita ganar uno de los cuatro
puntos. Maana termina el tor-
neo que con tanto xito se ha
esado llevando a cabo, con el
Juego Balboa Express contra
Pinocho.
Las anotaciones del Juego de
anoche fueron las siguientes:
TROPICAL
Rico 175 144 190 509
Rene 129 193 190 512.
Luly 142 134' 155 431
Daz 1M 151 171 476
Ic&za 186 138 180 504
786 760 886 2432
Handicap 2 2 2 6
788 762 888 2438
MARTINZ
Yerkovltch 142 142 J42 426
159 159 159 477
145 137 161 443
159 137 142 437
135 199 161 495
Por S. H. IVAI.DI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de La Chorrera
G. P. Pje.
Unin............... 8 1 .75
Dep. Chin .........8 1 .750
Balboa ................ 12 .333
El Puerto ......... 3 .000
Prximos Juegos
Domingo 3
eportivo Chin vs El Puerto
Balboa ts Unin
En la*Jornada Dominical d*
la Liga Invernal de La Chorre-
ra, El Balboa venci por 3-1 al
Puerto y los chinos del Chin se
impusieron por 6-3 al Unin.
El Balboa finaliz con un
triunfo sus compromisos de la
primera vuelta, gracias al bra-
zo derecho de D. Urea (1-0)
que se apunt lo mismo que su
equipo el primer triunfo de la
contienda.
Los perdedores colocaron a N.
Girn en el montculo para tra-
tar de salir de perdedores, pe-
ro la suerte les fu adversa,
siguiendo cuesta abajo y como
nicos dueos del oscuro sta-
no. B. Mendleta del Puerto lig
2 de 3 para ser el mejor batea-
dor del match.
La anotacin del juego fu:
CHE
El Puerto ........... 3 2
Balboa ..............> 4 S
Flstonlch
Cardoze
Rangel
.Padilla
739 774 765 2278
. mil 11
En el otro partido D. Salinas
lanzador estelar de loa chinos
result el hroe de la jornada
al terminar con el invicto del
Unin y empatar el comando
de la contienda, con la ayuda
de los bateadores O. Castillo, J.
Urea y el propio D. (Gatlto)
Salinas quienes registraron 3-2
al os ofrecimientos de- J. Ortiz
que explot en el 2o. acto a fa-
vor de E. Rodrguez, entrando
A. Urea en el 5o. que finaliz
el Juego.
Con este triunfo D. Salinas
se apunta su tercera victoria
sin derrota para resultar el
lanzador con ms triunfos.
La anotacin condensada fu
LONDRES, Mayo 29 (UP)
Las perspectivas de que el Der-
by de Epson que se correr ma-
ana llevar este ao ms ca-
ballos que nunca, ha comenzado
a disminuir.
Un brote de resfri en algu-
nos establos y las decisiones de
algunos dueos de caballos pro-
ducirn nuevas retiradas y el
grupo probablemente se reduci-
r a 34. Los dos asuntos ms
importantes a fines de la sema-
na con respecto a esta carrera
clsica del hipismo britnico
han sido que Ki Mong se ha es-
tablecido como el gran favorito
por 6 a 1 y que Malka's Boy ha
tenido tantas apuestas a su fa-
vor que ahora se cotiza por 14
% 1, disminuyndose 10 puntos
a la ventaja que se ofreca a
los apostadores.
El triunfo de Dick Chapman
en el campeonato de golf ama-
teur tambin sirve de base a as
caballistas. Dkk es de Carolina
del Norte y eso ha hecho que se
haya apostado bastante fuerte
al caballo de la seora J. F. C.
Bryce que se llama "North Ca-
rolina".
An cuando el tiempo amena-
za estar lluvioso para el mirco-
les los funcionarlos del Hip-
dromo esperan entre 10 mil au-
tomviles y 2.500 coches a los
que habr que acomodar. Mlck
Beary adiestrador del favrlto Ki
Mong propiedad del ciudadano
chino Billy Ley On ha estai-
cldo una vigilancia de 24 horas
en su establo en tanto que o-
tros adiestradores tratan de en-
contrar nuevos establos para el
caso de que la epidemia de res-
frio se extienda a los que ano-
ra ocupan los caballos.
Los M. Blancas
Son Recibidos
Calurosamente
CHICAGO, Mayo 29 (UP)
Los Medias Blancas fueron oh*
Jeto de un caluroso recibimien-
to de parte de miles ciudadanos
al regresar a Chicago de su ms
triunfal Jira en la historia de
la novena durante la cual ga-
naron 11 juegos consecutivos y
se colocaron de segundo en la
Liga Americana a solo tres
puntos de distancia de los Yan-
quis.
Tres mil fanticos aclamaron
a los peloteros al llegar a la
estacin ferroviaria desde don-
de stos marcharon a la casa
Consistorial donde el Alcalde
Marn Kennelly proclam el
da oficialmente como "da de
los Medias Blancas".
Los fanticos tributaron las
ms cerradas ovaciones al pi-
loto de la novena Paul Richards
quien dirige por primera vez
un equipo en las Grandes Li-
gas y al brillante torpedero ve-
nezolano Alfonso Carrasquel.
Tanto el cubano Orestes Mloso
han contribuido grandemente
a la serie de triunfos de la no-
vena. Kennelly se dispona a
dar las llaves de la ciudad a
los peloteros cuando se descu-
bri que se haban agotado el
caudal de llaves.
Unin ...
Dep. Chin
C.
... 3
H.
S
11
E.
2
2
PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES CONCURRIN .
paro mayor potencia motrizdecdase por
CHAMPION
"La experiencia m ka emanado qu lot camiones de
mayet (vera molrii rinden lot mayoral Ganancia*,"
cribe J. B. BE NATA*. Salisbury, Rodete del Sor,
frico. "Pora obrener ata potencia mxima, reinstalo
en nuestros camiones un juego do nuevos Champion
cada 15 OCTtl6m**ros. Y lo mejor es quo en realidad
no me cuestan nada, ya quo he descubierto
que las nuevas Champion se pagan por si
mismas con al combustible que ahorran."
Predilectas dol mundo entero
por ma do un cuarto do siglo
NUEVO DESCUBRIMIENTO
BRINDA MEJORES
AFEITADAS...
ayuda a conservar la apariencia
suave y juvenil del rostro
Estudios y experimentos de aos
han perfeccionado por fin una
nueva y maravillosa, crema de
afeitar que le permite afeitadas a ras
de piel moa ntidas que nuncay le
ayuda a conservar el aspecto juvenil
de su rostro.
Se trata de la Nueva Crema'de
Afeitar Williams que contiene Ex-
tracto de Lanolinareciente descu-
brimiento mdico cor mayores
propiedades "benficas" para la piel
que la lanolina comente. El Extracto
de Lanolina le refresca el rostro a la
ves que se afeita. Conforta la piel
... la deja ms suave.
Sel. en WIU.IAMS
Ahoracada vez que usted se afeita
con la Nueva Crema de Afeitar
Williams disfruta de ceta maravillo*
substancia... y ademas obtiene una
afeitada mas suave, mis fcil. Use
William, la nica crema de afeitar
contiene Extracto de Lanolina:
Eventos de pista y
campo y ciclismo de
maana en La Boca
Un total de 29 eventos com-
prende el Programa de-,Atle-
tismo y Ciclismo que se ofre-
cer maana en el Estadio de
La Boca, con motivo del Da
de Difuntos que recuerda la
Zona del Canal.
En la mayora de las pruebas
participarn conocidos y des-
tacados atletas de Coln y Pa-
nam y el orden de los eventos
es el siguiente:
ELIMINACIONES
Maana
9.30100 metros, hombres "B"
9.40100 metros hombre "A"
.9.5080 metros, damas "B"
10.00200 metros, hombre "B"
10.1575 metros, damas
10.25200 metros, hombre "A"
10.35100 metros, hombres "B"
10.45100 metros, damas
11.0400 metros, hombre "A"
11.10200 metros, hombre "B"
11.45400 metros, hombre "B"
FINALES
Tarde
2.001500 metros hombre "A"
Bala (abierto)
Salto Alto (abierto)
2.15100 metros, hombre "A"
100 metros hombre "B"
50 metros, damas
2.251 Milla (mensajeros)
bllclcleta.
2.30400 metros, Ciclismo (ve-
locidad) Hombree de la
clase "A".
2.40400 metros, hombrse "A"
400 metros, hombres "B"
2.50 75 metros, damas
2.552 Millas, Ciclismo, Hom-
bres de la clase "B"
3.00--i"i Millas, Ciclismo (Men
sajeros).
Garrocha (abierto)
3.05200 metros, hombre "A"
200 metros, hombre "B"
3.15pisco, hombre (ableroto)
Salto Largo.
3.30800 mts hombre (abierto)
3.40100 metros, damas
3.453 millas, ciclismo, hom-
bres de la clase "A"
3.55Relevo, hombre *B' 4x100
Relevo, hombre ,'A' 4x100
Relevo, damas 4x-00
4.151000 metros ciclismo "B"
1000 metros, ciclismo "A"
4.30Relevo, hombre "A" 4x100
4.409 millas, ciclismo, abierto
4.45Marathn, Pedro Miguel
La Boca.
Importantes asuntos
acuerda esta tarde la
comisin de ciclismo
La Comisin Nacional de Ci-
clismo tiene esta tarde a las 6
una importante reunin en el
Estadio Olmpllco para tratar
asuntos de Importancia, como
la participacin de los peda-
listas en el torneo de maana
en La Boca, etc. por lo cual se
pide puntual asistencia a to-
dos. _______________
El Bam debut con una victoria y Lord
Chester conquist su 2a. victoria en
los juegos de anoche del Basketball
Por ACHET
Los equipos Bam y Lord Ches
ter triunfaron en sus compro-
misos de anoche al imponerse
por 55 a 40 y Madurlto por 50
a 31 respectivamente, en los
dos encuentros de la segunda
fecha que ofreci el Campeo-
nato de Basketball masculino
de primera divisin de la Liga
Provincial de Panam en el
Gimnasio Nacional.
Chesterfield 50Madurito 31
Los pupilos del Chino Kam,
lograron su segundo xito con-
secutivos a costa del Madurlto
equipo ste que demostr estar
completamente alejado de un
buen entrenamleno. Solo los
dos primeros tiempos pudo el
conjunto perdedor resistir los
constantes ataques de sus ri-
vales, ya que del tercer tiempo
en adelante los "cigarrllleros"
quedaron como "amo y seores"
de aro. Andamio Arosemena,
el espigado metedor del Madurl
to, qued achicado ante la de-
fensa de los cigarrllleros, en-
cestando una canasta para dos
puntos, mientras que Ninlto
Castorina era el que con ms
constancia lograba burlar la
defensa contraria para lograr
12 puntos. Por los muchachos
del Chesterfield, Cecilio Wi-
lliams se destac con 11 puntos
y Percy Frazer tambin con 11.
Cabe mencin a los novatos Pa-
tricio Harrison y Luis Ortega,
que anoche demostraron poseer
muchas fibras, al igual que Epl-
fanio Gonzlez, los dos prime-
ros del Chesterfield y el otro
del Madurlto.
BAM 55CYRNOS 40
Este choque comenz suma-
mente reido pero la falta de
buenas reservas de los perde-
dores influy mucho en esta
amplia derrota. El Bam, un
conjunto muy mejorado demos-
tr que ser en este torneo un
hueso duro de roer, reportando
en su nmina a los colonenses
Cellis, Echeverra, Ros, Iba-
ez y Magdaleo.
El Cyrnos solo tiene como
nueva adquisicin a Salas un
magnifico canastero qe en
unin de Joseph Magdaleno y
Tower trataron en vano de de-
tener a los "cerveceros". Tito
Cellis con 14 punto y Carlos
Ibaez con 8 se destacaron en
la puntuacin Individual pof
los ganadores y Roberto Joseph'
por los perdedores co nl5 pun-
tos y Ryan con 9. Los arbitros
fueron Plndl Perdomo y Roy
Naylor en el primer choque t
Cardales y Zachrlsson en el se-
gundo.
Tampoco pudieron
jugar ayer sol
los Bomberos
Otra vez les Bomberc ti-vie-.
rtn que retirarse sin appear el
fuego de su. emocin"1, al no
joder Jugar ayer deMcto a la
lluviv..
Al efecto el Juego sealado en
cute circuito softbolero tuvo qua
ra-sponerse para otro da que a-
luclaiemos oportunamente.
Para maana se seala el
?hoque entre los equipos de la
llanda de Cornetas y la Coman-
dancia a las 4:15 en e' ca cam-
;.o de Santa Rita..
Maana tendr lugar
el sorteo para el
pxmo torneo de tenis
Un total de 25 deportistas
participarn en el Torneo de
Tenis que se Inaugurar prxi-
mamente bajo la direccin de la
Comisin Nacional.
Las Inscripciones estn cerra-
das y maana se efectuar el
Sorteo a las 5 de la tarde en la
Oficina de la Piscina Olmpica
par alo cual se pide la asisten-
cia de todos los comisionados t
interesados.
ATENCIN !
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1* de JUNIO
VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
ESCOJA SU IDiAl
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Di URO y DOS filas GIUESAS
MEDIANAS 1 DELGADAS:
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desde 4.50
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de ^port
En todas las pintas y telas
...desde 3.95
duelers tfayson
Lindas rayas
y colores enteros.
2.25 2.75 3.50
iiantai /jauion
Rayas o Lisas
desde 5.95
Por toda la Nacin
se impone JAYS0N1
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Nuestros Alviacenes en Coln
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PAGINA I
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, MATO M, W.lf'
Considrase urgente la formacin
de un Comando del Sur de Europa
VERSALLES. Mayo 29 (EP8)
la formacin de un "fu-
mando del 8ur", que tendr a
u cargo la defensa de Italia,
Orccia, Turquia y el Mediten c-
neo, asi como los problemas q .e
jurjan en relacin con Yugos-
lavia, se ha convertido en uno
gc los problemas mas urgente?
en relacin con la defensa de
Europa occidental contra el co-
munismo-
Durante la segunda guerra
mundial toda la defensa de es-
ta zona fu dirigida desde euei-
teles generales establecidos en
El Cairo y Argel. Cuando ya rw
pudo utilizarse la primera ce
esas ciudades, se tuvo como ai-
Urnativas Malta y Tripoli.
La defensa de esta zona hace
figurar en el cuadro al Alrica
del Norte y por supuesto, lU
arrastra consigo al Africa cJl
Sur. Australia y Nueva Zelanda
consideran tambin al Africa
como parte de su responsabili-
dad, y puede contarse con sus
tropas para la defensa tanto jei
"continente negro" como del Me
diterrneo, debido a la impor-
tancia que representan para sjs
comunicaciones con el occidente.
De modo que, adems de 'as
naciones del Pacto del Atlnti-
co, ahora pueden argregarse a!
sistema de defensa que tiene su
gian cuartel general en Vera-
Se encargara de la defensa
de Italia, Grecia, Turqua y
la regin del Mediterrneo
lies a Grecia, Turquia, Sur A-
frica, Australia, Nueva Zelandia
y asimismo potencialmente al
menos a Espaa y Yugocs.a-
,1a. Cirenalca entra en la cate-
gora de protectorado, para los
fines de esta organizacin.
Fontainebleau es actualmente
3l cuartel general del general
Alphonse Juin, que tiene el co-
mando del frente europeo occi-
dental, desde el Rin los Pi-
rineos. Jdin tiene bajo sus .
llenes a ciento cincuenta oficia-
les y seiscientos hambres de vu-
r.as nacionalidades, pero todos
los cuales hablan Ingls o lrun-
jts ademas de sus idiomas na-
tivos. Este estado mayor fu or-
ganizado por el mariscal Mont-
gomery-
El estado mayor del general
i'iiomas F. Hardy, comandante
en jefe de las tropas nortame,-
La China Roja no quiere que
se acepte el tratado de paz
confeccionado por los EE.UU.
Por Gault MacGowan
(N. A. N. A.)
rlcanas en Alemania, se taiculi-
r en la organizacljn general oc
cldental tambin. Pero el co-
mandante general en el sur Hr
r4 un almirante, porque la par-
le vital de la defensa del Medi-
terrneo tendr que ser rcela
poi fuerzas navales y areas, a-
buyadas estas ltimas especial-
mente por portavlones.
Aqu se tiene entendido quf
lo Estados Unidos recomenda-
r prximamente la Inclusin de
Turquia y Grecia como miem-
bros del Pacto del Norte del A-
t;ntico. Y se espera tambin
que si los conservadores vue-
ven al poder en la Gran Breta-
a, Curchill se apresurar a
presionar por una garanta oc-
cidental a Yugoeslavla. Una vez
hecho esto, la admisin de E..-
paa en el sistema defensivo
de Europa occidental seria una
cota cierta.
Esta organizacin tiene ac-
tualmente tres sectores: en el
norte, Noruega y Dinamarca; un
el centro, Francia, los pases de!
Benelux y Alemania occidental;
en el sur, Italia, que si perma-
nece sola podra ser fcilmente
flanqueada por un movimiento
ruso en los Balcanes.
El flanco derecho del Coman-
do del Mediterrneo tiene su
LONDRES, mayo 28. (UP).
Radio Mosc inform que el
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res de la China Comunista,
Chou In Lai, inform a Ru-
sia que su pais est "comple-
tamente" de acuerdo con el go-
bierno sovitico en oposicin ai
proyecto de tratado de paz que
fue confeccionado por los Es-
tados Unidos. La emisora aa-
di que Chou En Lal entreg
el veintids de mayo una no-
ta al Embajador ruso en la
que despus de decirle que la
China Roja est plenamente de
acuerdo con Rusia en la opo-
sicin de sta a la preparacin
del tratado de paz con Japn
y agrega "no puede tolerarse
oue el Gobierno de un solo
Estado prepare separadamente
un "tratado de paz" cuando la
,. reparacin del mismo debe ser
hecha conjuntamente por todos
los interesados".
Tambin expresa que "La
elaboracin del tratado debe
ser hecha por Estados Unidos,
Gran Bretaa. China y la U-
nln Sovitica con participa-
cin de los dems Estados inte-
resados".
Trmbln expresa que "La
elaboracin del tratado debe
ser hecha por Estados Unidos,
Gran Bretaa. China y la U-
nln Sovitica con participa-
cin de los dems Estados in-
teresados".
La transmisin deca que la
nota de Chou En Lai agrega-
ba que el Gobierno de Pekin
est de acuerdo con Rusia en
cuanto a que la propuesta de
Estados Unidos para un trata-
do de paz con Japn constitu-
yen "violacin evidente" de los
los acuerdos de El Cairo, Post-
dsm y Yalta.
La radioemisora agreg que
la nota comunluta china acusa-
ba Estados Unidos de tratar
de "legalizar" su "Invasin ar-
mada en Corea" y la ocupacin
de la isla Taiwan (Formosa),
mediante sus propuestas.
extremo en Turquia y, a travs
oel Cercano Oriente, se prolon-
ga hasta el Golfo Prsico. Pero
actualmente este golfo et
flanqueado a su vez por lar
ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1? de JUNIO
VISTENOS!


MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
combinaciones hostiles de nacio-
nalistas y comunistas Iranios,
dentados por Rusia.
Los recientes actos de hostili-
dad han causado a 1 a r m a en
Turquia y Grecia y han recal-
cado la urgencia de formar so-
lidas defensas en el sur y el
este de Europa. Esta situacin
no fu tomada en cuenta al le-
dctarse el Pacto del Norte ciel
Atlntico ni cuando el general
Eisenhower asumi su cargo de
comandante supremo de >as
fuerzas de tal alianza. La for-
macin del Comando del Sur
colocarla las defensas occiden-
tales tan prximas a las' fron-
teras meridionales de la Unl'-n
Sovitica que el Kremlin podra
ser lanzado a la guerra- Este te-
mor es semejante al expresado
por el general Marshall en re-
lacin con la poltica de Mac-
Aithur en Corea. En realidad,
los altos jefes militares occiden-
tales no han llegado a un a-r
cuerdo acerca de cmo organi-
zar el Comando del Sur sin pre-
cipitar la guerra general.
MAUSTAR fSIOMACAl
Alka-Seltjer. Lo toman diaria
milln* d penonai para aliviar la
rndigMtion acida. Si agradable.
Echa una o do tabUtai n un vaao
d agua. Valo burbujear y tmalo.
No lazante Compra .1
aobracito con la tableta da
Alka-Seltzer
GRAN FAMILIA. Fred Sclioville, de 44 aos, y su esposa,
de 40 aos de edad, llegaron a Chicago en sus 26 hijos para
aparecer en an programa de television y ganarse el ttulo d.
la pareja ms Joven con ms hijos. Sus hijos tienen edades
desde un mes de nacido a 25 aos.
.'Dolores de Espalda,
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Coyunturas!
SS urpo humano a d*ahac 4l
axo.aod cido y diprdletoa vaaa-
oaoa da la aanfr, por madio da loa
tuar millonea da dlmlnutoa tuba.
Uro da lo rlflon. 81 aatoa Venaaoa
da loa rion o la, y.JI- lo aaeea
eufrlr eon Uvantadaa nocturna*, nar-
Tloaldad, dolor de plantea, ojeraa,
lumbago, dolor da la oorunturaT
S"el*a ardor en loa conducto, d-
"2.5 to n,f*'**4 eatimuaat
urerteo, pruebe Cyetax.
nihr del oldo ra. t ea
ven.no. oa la reeeta. mldlca llamada
&&*% V* .'un dlur'> aatlmu-
",*,*> rlflonea y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional fe la falla r
Cyatex aatlefaeera a u.ted computa-
menta y aeri la medlatna iim qatad
a.ae.Ua. Pida Cy.tax Sor satia.
,sCyt*ggB
usando desodorantes ineficaces
SOLO LA
CREMA ODO-RO-NO
LE PROPORCIONA TODAS ESTAS VEHTAJAS
1 Detiene rpidamente, ala
peligro, el iudor.
1 Hace desaparecer inmnlialm-
HUM al alor del andar.
I L. afrete completa aro-
leccin de an. a Ira* da.
Na mancha ni afta la ropa.
6 Nanea aa asea ai aa pon.
arenoia. cerno lo* deaode-
raata* ordinario.
7 Ne ee (raso**, ee detvaaeo.
"eald
4 N. MU la pial
poeae ararla a diaria.
UiUtini ajtauWa* un entrntinmu Im
/ ODO-RO-NO
CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL
Se hace saber al pblico en general que
esta Institucin, a partir del primero de
Junio prximo, no reconocer ningn
aviso de propaganda de prensa o radial
que no est debidamente autorizado por
contrato u otra autorizacin escrita.
En cuanto a las cuentas correspon-
dientes al presente mes, se ruega a los
interesados acercarse a estas oficinas.
Panam, 26 de Mayo de 1951.
MANUEL SOUS P.,
Gerente.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
UN REGALO PARA UD.
LA CUCHARA DE SCOTT
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
( CUCHARAS rWClOSA )
VTrfNeN TANTOS "<*/
I GRATIS I Pida el paquete grand* da
Emularon de Scott conteniendo una
cuchara linda. Obtenible en self
atractivo* colorea. Y entonce* d a
tu familia todo lo* dial e*te tnico
alimenticio, rico en vitamina j pre-
parado cientficamente. Es recoman-
dado por mucho* medico*. Pronto
Ud. Teri a tu familia m* fuerte y ea
mejor talud.
^EMULSION de SCOTT
lomeo Alimt ut< Alta Enorgiu







Cmo mantener la
DENTADURA POSTIZA
firmemente en la boca
Le molesta su dentadura postiza porque
te le cae al comer, hablar o rer? Polvo-
relo con un poco de FIXODENT iFas-
lTlh i Eite polvo akaNno i no-acido i
mantiene la dentadura postiza ms fir-
me y cmodamente en la boca. No que-
da ninguna sensacin pesarosa. No agria
la boca. Suaviza el aliento. Obtenga
FIXODENT tFasteeth) en cualquier far-
macia hoy.
M-B
tO PtIMElO PARA
LASTIMADURAS
e IRRITACIONES:
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i
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El lujo de la cabina...la esmerada atencin y la deliciosa comida
... todo le har tentirte alegreraenle diapueito para tut vacaeionet
n Hollywood, cuando vuele por Brani* a travt de Amrica.
Su confort, u tatitfaccio, tu teguridad...tn tiempre mayortt volando por BrtnirT! Pero
lo que har mis grato tu vuelo, ton e*ot exlrat part usted ... entremeses y
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MARTES. MATO MSI
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SOCIALES DE COLON
Por JUDITH BERTONCINI
Apartado 432
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Apartada 1M4
Cumpleaos de ayer
Celebr ayer su primer ao
de venturosa existencia el nl-
lto Arnold Maxwell Brooks, hi-
jo del hogar de don Sherman
C. Brooks y seora Astrea B.
de Brooks. Formulamos votos
porque celebre muchsimos a-
fios con salud y bienestar.
Despedida
Un homenaje de despedida
se ofreci el domingo en el
LA PRIMERA PELCULA
CIENTFICAMENTE REALI-
ZADA sobre la conquista del
espacio por el hombre 1
NO PIERDA UD.
Hotel Imperial en honor de don
Camilo de la Guardia, quien
dentro de poco fijar su resi-
dencia en la ciudad capital.
El agasajo fue muy concu-
rrido y don Camilo dio las gra-
cias a todos los presentes por
la demostracin de aprecio.
"De La Tierra a La Luna
Una produccin enteramente
diferente a todo lo que Ud. ha
visto en el cine!...
Estreno Desde el Jueves!
TEATRO TROPICAL
Cumpleaos de hoy
Hasta la oludad de Panam
hacemos llegar nuestras feli-
citaciones de cumpleaos a la
nia Mara Tereslta Alemn,
hija de los esposos seor don
Guillermo Alemn y seora do-
a Carmenclta de Alemn,
3'ulen hoy suma un ao ms
e vida.
Matrimonio Era-Magdalena
El dia 35 de loa corrientes
contrajo matrimonio en Nica-
ragua la seorita Diana Yo-
landa Magdaleno con el seor
Enlo Eva. Formulaoms votos
muy sinceros por la ventura
conyugal de la joven pareja.
Cumpleaos de maana
Felicitamos a la seorita Sa-
rita Nieto, quien en el dia de
maana se ver muy felicitada
por sus amlgultas con motivo
da festejar sus natales.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejore*
Programas
GdLMidc.
'AGINA NUET1
JUEVES!
REGIO ESTRENO!
LAS MAS CONMOVEDORAS EMOCIONES Y LA MAS BELL,'.
MUBICA REUNIDAS EN UNA PELCULA INOLVIDABLE 1
La glora le abra los brazos,]
pero l corri a refugiarse
en al regazo materno
PRECIOS: .40-. 25 -.15
- HOY -
GRAN DOBLE!
MARIA ELENA MRQUEZ -- CARLOS CORES, en
"I
i
'LA MALCASADA'
ESTHER FERNANDEZ RAMON ARMENGOD, en
1' <*<"**
nwanrs
JgtoSt?
(-FMLUM TO FAME1 ^SHAnaUl_
La Obertura Obern de Weber. la Sinfona Nmero S en Mi
Menor de Beethoven ("Heroica"), la Marcha Hngara de
Berlioz y las Danzas Polovstianaa de "El Principe Igor" de
Borodin, son maglstralment Interpretadas por la Orquesta
Filarmnica de Londres y la de San Carlos de aples.
"SANTA DEL BARRIO
n
JUEVES
CON EL NUEVO PRECIO POPULAR DE ,50
UN FILM EXTRAORDINARIO!
Realista, Crudo, Audaz; que llega a los linderos de la
inmoralidad llevando a la vez un mensaje regenerador!
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
VICTOR JUNCO DOMINGO SOLER, en
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
JUEVES
ESTRENO!
TEATRO
CENTRAL
JUEVES
ESTRENO!
Lucha a muerte... Aventuras sin igual y como escenario
todo el Desierto de Africa en donde el misterio
y la traicin se abrazan!...
HOY-CECILIA
mhm (Y MAANA!) __
La tierra de los 10,000 pecados!... El mstimo y extico
pas del milln de asombros y maravillas!
INDIA HABLA
ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1? de JUNIO
VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
FLOR de SANGRE
Una pelcula de diablicas pasiones, no apta para los
timoratos ni los dbiles...
PROHIBIDA PARA MENORES!
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
TROPICAL
Tandas: 1:00 3:15 5:20 7:30 9:10 p.m.
HOY y
MAANA
n
- DAVID BUTLER
-ATRACCIN ESPECIAL:
NOTICIERO PANAMA
Deliciosa! Maravillosa!
Embriagante!
"TE PARA DOS
(TEA FOR TWO)
(En Tecnicolor)
con GENE NELSON*
EVE ARDEN
El noticiero que refleja el herosmo de todo un pue-
blo, fervoroso y firmsimo defensor de los ideales de
libertad! Un relato completo de la jornada desde el
7 de Mayo al 11 de mayo.. y el relato grfico de
la audiencia seguida al
__________Doctor ARNULFO ARIAS M.
Este Noticiario Especial pasar solamente en las
Funciones de 5:20 p.m. y 9:00 p.m.
.
,. Contina el xito
H O Y del Da!...
La epopeya de un pueblo que
supo de sacrificios y renun-
ciaciones para imponer su de-
recho a la libertad!
AURORA BAUTISTA, en
"AGUSTINA
DE ARAGN"
ADEMAS
El relato grfico de la sensa-
cional audiencia seguida al
Dr. ARNULFO ARIAS M.
FILMADA POR EL
"NOTICIERO PANAMA"
con
ARMANDO CALVO y GLORIA MARN
"LOS TRES GARCIA"
PEDRO INFANTE y SARA GARCIA
El sabor de la msica nacional en una pelcula que recoge
el sentimiento del pueblo panameo en la tamborera del
SENSACIONAL PRE-ESTRENO!
LA PELCULA QUE CONSAGRA
UNA GRAN ACTRIZ!
LETICIA PALMA
CMNO
41MHM0
LA SUPERPRODUCCIN QUE LA REVELO COMO
LA ESTRELLA DE 1951...

Una mujer con veneno en la sangre, y odio en el corazn, en pecado mortal... Ni la inmensidad de un gran amor la pudo redimir!. ..

NADA PUDO CONTRA EL DESTINO INEXORABLE!
E8 UN PROORAMA DOBLE
SENSACIONAL
Y A PRECIOS REGULARES!
DESDE JUEVES
Programa de Fin da Sema:
Un drama en Tecnicolor qua le llegar
hasta el Alma!...
La pelcula que le ensear a vivir mas
Intensamente la vid*-. Y a
gozar de ella...
Susan William
HAYWARD LUNDIGAN
en
Un Hombre y Su Alma"
ADEMAS:
Vuelven a la pantalla las gloriosas aventuras que a capa
y espada lucha denodadamente contra el despotismo
y la explotacin...!
"LA MARCA DEL ZORRO"
TYRONE POW1R LINDA DARNELL .,


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