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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country u $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MAT SO, 1*51
FIVE CENT
MEMORIAL DAT SERVICES were celebrated this morning at Corozal Cemetery as the Army,
Navy, Air Force and Marinea, the American Le Ion. Veterans of Foreign Wars and other pa-
triotic Canal Zone Group* gathered to honor the nation's military dead.
THE AIR FORCE UNIT from Albrook Air For
station this morning en route to Corozal cerne
the reviewing stand, left to right, are Govern
ham H. H. Morris, Jr., commander-ln-chlef Ca
soe, 15th Naval District, Murray S. Wise, Char
Robert H. Howze, Chief of Staff Caribbean Co
B. Wallace, acting Chief of Stuff Caribbean A
e Base Dasslng the reviewing stand at Corozal
tery to honor the nation's military dead. In
or Francis K. Newcomer, Lieut. General Wll-
rlbbean Command, Rear Admiral Albert Bled-
ge D'Affalies United States Embassy, Brig. Gen.
mmand and (In uniform far right) Col. John
lr Command.
(U.S. Air Force photo*)
Spanish-American War Vet, 81,
[Takes Part In CZ Memorial Day
The stirring taps and echoes
hounded by the U. S. Army bu-
lgier* at 11 a.m. brought to a
lelose the Memorial Day cere-
Imonles at Corozal Cemetery
grounds this morning.
| Crowds bad gathered from
learly morning to place floral
I wreaths on the graves of th*
Idead heroes.
Despite the heat (one man
I fainted), a spry 81-year-old vet-
leran, John Applegrum. turned
lout for the Memorial Day cere-
Imonies dressed In full regalia
land medals. A resident of Pa-
Inam since 1903. the one-armed
[Spanish-American War veteran,
la member of Captain Starr C.
IWardrop. Balboa Post #40 Is
I the last known survivor.
The crowds listened solemnly
I to the Past Commander of the
I American Legion, Pat Ryan,
I who, as Master of Ceremonies
[Introduced the speakers.
Highlighting the services was
Ian Impressive address by Major
General Ray E. Porter.' He "said.
Iln part: "Our dead would call
1 on u* today to keep faith of our
I fathers and to practice toler-
lance toward all men . While
Edward A. Caskin
In Washington To
Confer On Labor
WASHINGTON, May 30 (UP)
IThe U. 8. State Department
has announced the arrival In
[Washington of Edward A. Gas-
Ikin. president of Local 900 of
the Government and Civic Em-
I ployes Organizing Committee
I (CIO) and the principal of the
I La Boca Elementary School, La
iBoca, C. Z.
He will confer with Labor De-
iiartment official* and labor
eadeis here.
After three weeks In the no-
Ition' capital he will spend the
I remainder of hi* four-m<.-nth
I a y In the United States vUit-
I in: labor u< Icn locals aud cdu-
Icatlonal center*.
we gird for potential armed
conflict, let us not neglect our
defenses against those enemies
In our midst who are already
attacking to destroy our trust
In our God, our pride In our
past, our faith in our institu-
tions and our respect for our
leaders."
Memorial prayers were con-
ducted by Chaplains represent-
ing three faiths. (Dr. Stanley
Blber of Gorgas Hospital re-
placed Rabbi Nathan Wit kin
who la In the States). During
the playing of the Hymn "Near-
er My God to Thee," the Cuerpo
de Bomberos of Panam, the
Canal Zone Fire Department,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, the
American Legion, V.F.W. Auxil-
iary, The American Legion Aux-
iliary, Girl Scout* and Boy
Scouts of America presented
floral tributes honoring the
dead.
A private service for Albert W.
Evita Worships
'Cod' Peron
BUENOS AIRES, May SO (UP)
Eva Peron today called Ar-
gentine strong-man General
Juan Domingo Feron a "God"
when visited by Japanese re-
siding in Argentina.
The Japanese visited the
Presidential Palace to request
that President Peron accept
re-election.
She said: "There would be no
Eva Peron without Peron, but
Peron can exist without Evita
or anyone else. For us, he Is a
'God,' since we cannotconceive
heaven without Peron; he Is
oar sun, our air, our water, our
life and our people. There Is on-
ly one Peron."
The President told the Jap-
anese that all Japanese who
may wish to settle down In Ar-
gentina will be wromemd
that all Japanese ships, that
may arrive at Buenos Aires will
also be well received.
Covlngton, who had been a
member of Post 3822 was held
by the VFtfV. following the
close of the program. Mr. Cov-
lngton was a resident of the
Isthmus from 1920 until his
death In 934. He was a vet-
eran of five wars, and was one
of the volunteers for the Yellow
Fever experiment In which 22
men gave their Uves.
His widow, a resident of Cu-
rundu and active member of
the Ladles' Auxiliary, attended
the ceremony.
Afternoon services for those
who lost their lives at sea be-
gan at 1 p.m. when Junior or-
fanizations and veterans' auxll-
arles cast their floral tributes
on the water, honoring the sac-
red memory of the dead. The
address was made by Col. H. J.
Turton. Commanding Officer of
the Marine Barracks at Rod-
man during the Sea Service off
Taboga Island.
He said: "There is only one
way to pay our debt to the
heroic dead and living we hon-
or today that is to woxk.
*trlve, and pray for the peace
and security for which they
fought, suffered and In so many
Instances died ... An America
strong In heart, In spirit and in
military might is our best assur-
ance of preserving the freedom
they have willed ua."
Flu Keeps King
At Home; Queen,
Princess To Sail
LONDON, May 30 (UP)
Buckingham Palace announced
today that King George has
portponed his vlalt to Northern
Ireland Friday.
He has Influenza, which also
kept him from the Derby.
Queen Elizabeth and Princess
Margaret will ro ahead with the
Northern Ireland program,
which has already brought
threats from antl-partitionlst
extremist* and two bombing In-
cident*.
UN's 14 Fighter Nations
Mapping New Peace Offer
*
10,000 Sino-Reds Surrender
Or Desert In 5 Week Period
TOKYO, May 30 (UP) Gen-
eral Matthew B. Rldgway, Unit-
ed Nations Supreme Command-
er, aid today that the United
Nation* forces had taken more
than 10,000 Chinese Commun-
ist* prisoner in a little more
than five week*.
He spoke shortly after return-
ing from a visit to the front.
Rldgway said the Chinese
Reds are deserting In Increasing
numbers following the failure
of their double barreled spring
offensive.
In a Memorial Day report on
the progress of the Korean war
Rldgway also:
1) Said Communist losses have
reached a new high rate;
2) Suggested steadly mounting
casualties may lead the Chinese
to lose faith in their leader*;
3) Reported that since the
start of the abortive Red offen-
sive the 8th Army has captur-
ed Communist arms and ammu-
nition in quantities "exceeding
by many times" the amount
ever taken before;
4) Warned that the Reds still
have available something in the
150,000 men at full strength
for a new offensive.
Before the 10,000 bagged In
the spring offensive, the United
Nations forces had captured
about 3,000 Red Chinese In all
Korean encounter*.
He said the terrific Commun-
ist losses in their abortive spring
offensive had resulted in de-
sertions becoming "a serious
and significant problem clear
back into the rear area*" a*
word of the United Nation*' fire
power filtered back.
Lack of food represented a
particular hardship for the
Reds. Some prl*oners said they
had tried to eat grass and roots.
Rldgway said their heavy los-
ses should lead thi Chinese to
"a growing questioning a* to
the beneficence of their Com-
munist leaders."
The failure of these leaders to
supply either air support or
sufficient armor was another
disiluslonment for Communist
troops.
Spanish Press
Flays Remon
Chief of Police Col. Jose A. Re-
mon continued under fire today
In the country's Spanish press.
In a block-typed front-page
story of the tabloid La Hora, Dr.
Eduardo Rltter Aislan, private
secretary to President Alclblades
Arosemena, is quoted a* saying
that Remon's continued presence
a* head of the police "creates a
problem" In the country.
Rltter Aislan, La Hora pointed
out, holds the belief the chief of
police should resign every time
there 1* a change of administra-
tion.
El Panama America today car-
ries a statement by Former Pre-
sident Daniel Chanls who says
flatly, "It is President Aroseme-
na's duty not to defraud the peo-
ple."
Chanls, who was forced out of
the Presidencia by Remon during
the series of shakeups In Novem-
ber, 1949, said he was removed
because he ordered the dismissal
of the chief of police.
"The actual fact was," Chanls
said, "that Panama was govern-
ed by rifles and machine-guns."
Chanls said there cannot exist
a civil rgl/ne wherein a Presi-
dent lacks the power to remove
a police official and where the
Chief Executive is not even al-
lowed to appoint his own presi-
dential guards.
He said President Arosemena,
whose rise to office was p.vceded
by 18 deaths and 200 wounded, 1*
"duty bound to put Into practice
the Ideals for which so much Pa-
namanian blood was shed."
"President Arosemena la in of-
fice by the desire of a civil cbm-
munlty," Chanls strewed. "It Is
his duty not to defraud them. If
he Is not capable of establishing
a police body of his absolute con-
fidence, then the police dictator-
ship has merely changed costume
and the blood shed on the glor-
ious 10th of May shall have been
In vain."
Steel-Decked
Sampans Wrecked
By Naval Foray
WASHINGTON, May 3* (UP)
Admiral Forrest Sherman,
Chief of Naval Operation*, re-
vealed today that a United
States warship pat a party a-
shore on the northeast coast of
Korea this week to destroy
some steel decked sampans
which looked as If they might
be prepared for minelaying.
The landing- party was re-
embarked after destroying the
sampans.
Sherman also told the senate
committee investigating Gen-
eral Douglas MacArthur's ous-
ter that the United Nations na-
val forces have iwept up sev-
eral thousand Russian made
mines off Korea, '. ,_
Far East Air Command Drops
General For Incompetence
TOKYO, May 30 (UP)The
Air Force rounded out a basic
shakeup In Its far east com-
mand today with the urrival of
two new commanders and dis-
closure that one general had
been relieved lor allegro in-
competence.
The shaken dissi.vcd the
setup In the sir commend which
had functioned under Gen.
Douglas MacArthur. It replaced
MacArthur's Far East Air Force*
commander, Lt. Gen. George E.
Stratemeyer, and his tactical
commander in Korea, Lt. Gen
Earle E. Partridge.
v The two new men for the No.
1 and No. 2 spots arrived bv
plane from the United States.
They are Lt. Gen. otto P. Wey-
land, who succeeus Stratemeyer,
and MaJ. Gen. Prank P. Evereit
who takes over Partridge's old
command of the tactical 6th
Force In Korea,
Stratemeyer suffered a ne-.irt
attack May 20, and Is critically
ill in an Air Force hospital here.
Partridge has been acting com-
mander of the Far East Air
Force since then.
As one of his last official acts
in the Oriente. Partridge an-
British Company
Formally Notified
Of Iran's Decision
TEHERAN, May 30 (UP)The
British-controlled Anglo Ira-
nian OH Company, complying
with an Iranian ultimatum, to-
day sent a representative to the
Finance Ministry here and was
formally notified of Iran's de-
cision to nationalize the com-
pany's property.
An Iranian Government mis-
sion is to leave for the Abadan
area next week to begin to exe-
cute Parliament's order to take
over Anglo-Iranian's oil hold-
ings.
The dispossession will report-
edly take the form of transfer-
ring authority now held by the
company through contracts to a
Government managing board.
British technicians will keep
their jobs for the present, but
will be replaced as trained Ira-
nians become available.
nounced that Brig. Gen. Luther
Sweetser had been relieved of
the command of the 452nd
Bomb Wing because he "was un-
able to achieve the maximum
combat potential from his unit.
Sweetser left Japan yester-
day. He was relieved of his
duties about two weeks ago and
replaced by Col. Brooks A. Law-
hon, former commander of the
35th Fighter Wing. Partridge'*
statement on the change said.
An unofficial report in Tokyo
said Sweetser had flown only one
combat mission with his men
since he entered the Korean
war. His bxtmb wing went Into
action last October, flying B-26
light bombers from a base in
southern Japan.
Odds Even On Ins,
Outs At Ireland's
Wide Open Polls
DUBLIM, May 30 (UP)Ire-
land's 1,800,000 voters go to th*
Eolls today In a wide open Par-
amentary election In which
ex-premler Eamon de Valera's
Nationalist Party seeks to end
the three year reign of "Honest
John" Costello's coalition gov-
ernment.
There Is no international Is-
sue at stake. De Varera has
charged the Government with
creating confusion and party
rivalry. Costello has charged the
Nationalists seek a one party
dictatorship.
Odds on the voting are 50-50.
Dockers1 Strike
Hits Australia;
Troops Work Ships
BRISBANE, May 30 (UP).
Stevedores struck here today
protesting the arrest of James
Healy, Communist secretary Aus-
tralian Waterside Workers' Fede-
ration.
Healy was arrested following
the Melbourne dockers strike,
which broke out when dockers
refused to handle ships loaded
In strike bound New Zealand
Korts by troops and volunteer
ibor.
WASHINGTON, May 30 (UP) The 14 United Na-
tions with troops fighting in Korea are awaiting a more
favorable military situation before actively considering
a new official peace proposal to the Communists.
The question of issuing a policy declaration in the
name of the 14 nations is not regarded as urgent at pre-
sent, according to informed diplomatic sources.
They believe a 'peace outline" might receive a more
favorable Red reaction after the United Nations army
has pressed further into North Korea.
The 14 United Nations mem-
bers concerned were almost rea-
dy to outline their peace objec-
tives formally last March.
This plan wa dropped and ne-
ver revived after General Doug-
las MacArthur on March 24 call-
ed on the Red Chinese command-
er to talk peace in the field In the
face of possible attacks on Red
China's coastal areas and milita-
ry bases.
Six days ago Assistant Secreta-
ry of State Dean Rusk Informal-
ly suggested to the 14 nations
that a statement of objectives
could now be considered again.
He pointed out that the March
objectives were presumably now
One Charge Against
PRR Freight House
Cashier Dismissed
The U. 8. District Attorney's
Office has .directed the dismissal
Of one of two charges of failure
to account promptly for govern-
.ment funds against Mrs. Mina
Dee. ex-cashier of the Panama
City freight house.
Probable cause on both
charges was found against Mrs.
Dee In Balboa Magistrate's Court
on May 6. She was bound over
for trial In U. 8. District Court,
where the next session Is not
expected before mid-July.
At the time of the filing of
the charges. District Attorney
Daniel E. McGrath said that
there was a shortage of about
$3,000 in the accounts of the
Panama Railroad Company's
freight house, where Mrs. Dee
discharged a few days ago re-
lated to a transaction last Dec.
21 Involving a check for $35.20.
This marks the second in-
stance within two months in
which the government has drop-
ped charges against Mrs. Dee on
the same count of falling to ac-
count fully and promptly for
government funds.
Two charges filed April 11 in
Balboa Magistrate's Court were
dismissed Mav 1 when the gov-
ernment failed to prosecute. The
two charges were immediately
reflled, however, and the de-
fendant rearrested.
Mrs. Dee was represented in
the preliminary hearing by At-
torney Woodrow de Castro. She
did not take the stand.
The defendant Is free on ball
pending the District Court trial.
Warns Latin America
To Revise Tax Laws
MEXICO CITY, May 30 (UP)
Raul Pleblsch, executive sec-
retary of the Economic Commis-
sion for Latin America, said In
his annual report that Latin
American nations should prepare
themselves to receive large for-
eign Investments by revising
their tax laws and getting their
manpower ready.
known to the Communists. They
were made-public at the MacAr-
thur ouster Investigation.
At a meeting of the 14 nations
yesterday military spokesmen
"painted a very optimistic picture
of the military situation, but
warned that the Chinese Com-
munists still had enough men
and equipment to mount a coun-
teroffenslve."
The 14 nations agreed, accord-
ing to a spokesman, "to water
the fighting closely for a little
longer to see how it goes.
"The Chinese might be mor
willing to discuss a settlement
later on. This i* not regarded as
a particularly good time to come
out with a new tatement."
Meanwhile the United Nation
soldiers In Korea were halted by
stubborn Red resistance almost}
all along the 120 mile front.
In their main stand in an area
east of the Hwachon reservoir the
Reds opened up with 105 mm. ar-
tillery, and laid down their heav-
iest mortar barrages in weeks.
Air spotters reported the Reds
were rushing reservas Into the
line from their Iron Triangle
buildup area baaed on Chorwon,|
Kumhwa and Pyongyang. ,
All the Chinese who were al-
most trapped below Hwachon re-
aervolr are believed to have es-i
caped north before the Allies
could close the pincers c/i them.'
B-26 light bombers and Ma-'
rlne fighters attacked more than
SCO Red vehicles last night. One
B-26 was attacked by an uniden-
tified type Red plane.
United States 5th Air Force
fighters, and South Korean,!
South African and shore-based;
Marine fighters took over the at- j
tacks on supply lines today.
17 Miners Dead;
Hope Hill Held
For Trapped Men
EASINGTON, England. May
30(UP)Rescue workers with
picks and bare hands made Inch
by Inch progress through a 1.00O"
yard barrier of debris 900 feet)
underground In the Easlngton
colliery today in th hope that
some of the 81 miners trapped
by an explosion yesterday might
still be alive.
Two more bodies located to*
day brought the total of known
dead to 17.
In addition to the explosion
casualties one of the rescue
workers died in a gas choked
tunnel.
The violence of the blast,
which shattered heavy venti-
lator doors three Quarters of a
mile away, led mine officials
to the opinion that only a
miracle could save any of the
men.
Rescue workers said the ex-
plosion tunnel. In one of the
most modern workings in the
Durham coalfields, "looked like
an atom bomb had struck It*
Life Has Been Sweet' Says Teen-Age
Beauty Queen Who Must Leave Fiance
By WILLIAM TUCKER
ATLANTA, May 30 (UP) A
message of doom and a mes-
sage of love evened things up
today for beautiful, brave Betty
Thompson, 18.
The first message came from
her doctors: the cancer that
was in your leg. Betty, has
spread to vour lungs. There Is
not much we can do. Betty, but
vou wanted the truth. You
should go on living and pray-
ing.
The second message came
from Tom Amburn, Aviation
Machinist Mate Striker at the
Norfolk, Va., Naval Air Station:
"Tell Betty I love her. Say
I'm thinking about her all the
time. Maybe I can come down
for the weekend."
The dark-haired beauty queen
of Russell High School decided
that "Life has been sweet."
"I am orry to cause my pa-
rents such concern and grief."
Betty said. "I am not afraid to
die."
The only change she would
have made in her life, if she
had known about her true con-
dition earlier, Bettv said, would
have been "to hurry up my wed-
ding with Tom."
Betty was ill before she met
and fell in love with Tom, a
handsome, blonde, 19-year-old
Navy man. She had suffered the
amputation of a leg two years
ago to check the cancer.
Tom spent bis levg last Jan-
uary with Betty's next-door
neighbor because lt was too dis-
tant to his Sioux Falls, S. D..
home. Since he saw the dark-
eved girl next door, Tom hasn't
been back to Sioux Falls yet,
spending every leave in Atlanta.
"Right now, I'm most anxious
to get to Atlanta for Betty's
graduation." the youth reported
from Norfolk.
Betty will be graduated June
5 from Russell High. She hopes
to attend the exercises, but if
she can't principal L. L. Deck
will take her diploma to her
home.
Despite frequent confinement,
Betty has made good grades and
served as junior chairman of the
Georgia division of the Ameri-
can Cancer Society._____m^..
In a letter she wrote for the
cancer crusade, Betty said,
"When you are sick, you have
a lot of time to think about the
real things that are Important
in Ufa.
"Too many of us... get so
busy when we are well that we
forget, or put off, thinking about
those real things in life.. .some-
times until lt Is too late."
The Cancer Society has named
a special committee to make
Betty's days easier and start her
a fund.
But Betty asked only for
Tom's love and for "people to
pray for me."
"The doctor told me to 'keep
on living and praying' ana
that's what I intend to do."


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SUte Dept. Officials
on "Santa Maria"
The Grace Line's ship, "Santa
Maria" en route to South Ameri-
ca is due In Cristobal at 5 p.m.
Paul W. Meyer. U.S. Consul
General In Guay-v>il, Ecuador
and Laurln B. Askew, an official
of the U.8. State Dept. and their
families are aboard.
runway of 16,000 feet. Assistance
on the project Is being given by
a Civil Aeronautics Administra-
tion mission from the United
States.
"Pacific Dragon"
Bound for Far East
With a Chinese crew, the Pan-
amanian-registered vessel, "Pa-
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which is bound for the Far East
is being operated by the States
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"Henry J's" Flown
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Turning to the air for a quick
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were flown .from Miami to Bue-
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While PAA has flown many
Jeeps and two or three automo-
biles to points in the Caribbean,
the Henry J shipment was the
largest and longest of its kind in
Clipper cargo history.
La Pas, Bolivia, which has the
L aPaz, Bolivia, which has the
highest airport in the world, is
getting the world's longest run-
way. Lying at a 13.400-foot alti-
tude, the La Paz airport now is
being redesigned and will have a
183 on "Panama"
The SS. Panama will leave the
Isthmus Friday with a load of
183 passengers, according to the
advance passenger list from the
Panama Line offices at Balboa
Heights.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Miss Johenna E. Ahlrlchs; Mrs.
Belle Ashby; Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Beall and two children; Col. and
Mrs. James H. Bearly; Mr. and
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son and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Russell W. Elwell and two chil-
dren; Mrs. Margaret C. Falk and
son; Mr. and Mrs. George F. Fl-
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Russia Is Overhauling US Air
Strength, Cautions Vandenberg
WASHINGTON, May 30 (UP) Gen. Hoyt S. Van- Gf of p'o S" *rg. Air Force Chief of Staff, said yesterday that Rus- ^ 1*IC & OGgI CgttUUII
Plea Coolly Received
Aquatic Bird
enberg,.
ia is building a long range air force and declared that
the United States is "not going all-out by a long shot* to
natch the Soviet threat. '
In a solemn warning to the Senate committee inves-
tigating Gen. Douglas MpxArthur's ouster, he said weak-
nesses in the present defense program raise a serious ques-
tion of whether "time is on our side.
Vandenberg characterized the current mobilization
program as "30 per cent guns and 70 per cent butter.
etting raw ma-
. Top Administration officials
lhave asserted that time Is on the
bide of the West In the current
1 arms race with Russia, and that
I by 1953 this country will be so
I strong the Soviet Union will not
I dare to attack It. ..
But Vandenberg criticized the
I slow buildup of air strength, both
before the Korean war began last
I year and now.
If the nation had possessed -
an air force of "proper size
instead of a "shoestring" force,
he said, there was an "excel-
lent chance" that the Chinese
Communists never would have
entered the Korean war.
And If they did, he added, the
United Nations forces would have
been able to follow MacArthur's
elan for' bombing Manchurlan
ases without leaving this coun-
I try "naked" in the face of an
aggressive world.
Under questioning by Sen.
Lyndon B. Johnson, D., Tex.,
Vandenberg then hit the present
preparedness program which he
ca'led one of "70 per cent but-
ter."
He said there are signs that a
"bit more rosy outlook" In Korea
would start this country demo-
bilizing or lowering Its military
sights, although the world situa-
tion would remain just as "ex-
plosive."
He said there also have been
aome delays in Congressional ap-
proval of public works money
which slowed Air Force recruit-
ing and training partly due to
LI. Col. Browne
Will Head Civilian
Volunteer Training
It. Col. John T. Browne,
newly appointed officer in
charge for the Anti-aircraft Ci-
vilian Auxiliary Program.
(U.S. Army Photo)
The official directive for the
operation of the Antiaircraft Ci-
vilian Auxiliary Program AACAP
has been received by the 65th
Antiaircraft Artillery Oroup, lt
was announced today.
Lt. Col. John T. Browne, op-
erations officer of the 65th
Group, was named Officer-in-
Charge of civilian volunteer
training within the Group by
Colonel Sanford J. Goodman,
head of the board of officers ap-
pointed by the commanding gen-
eral United States Army Carlb-
ben to establish overall policy
for AACAP.
According to Lt. Col. Browne
the instructional staff presently
Is being selected from the per-
sonnel of the 65th AAA Group
and announcement of the as-
signments Is to be expected soon.
Plans for the registration of ci-
vilian volunteers are already in
the final stages and will be pub-
lished within two weeks, the
Colonel added.
A schedule of instruction has
been drawn up and pending
completion of minor details and
the approval of the board, will be
announced shortly. The present
program calls for a three way
breakdown of volunteers.
a) Antiaircraft Gun Battery.
b) Antiaircraft Automatic
Weapons Battery Group.
c) Antiaircraft Operations
Center Group.
The AA Gun Battery will in-
clude 00 millimeter AA Guns and
allied fire control equipment. The
AA Automatic Weapons Battery
will Include 40 millimeter AA
Guns and M-55 multiple mount
caliber .50 AA machine guns.
The Antiaircraft Operations Cen-
ter Group will include aircraft
coarse plotters, liaison personnel
and communication control.
The AACAP is a test which Is
being conducted In the Canal
Zone In order to set a pattern for
the eventual training of anti-
aircraft civilian volunteers In
the United State*.
difficulty In getur
terlals and parts.
Vandenberg described the
country's present Air Force as a
"fairly large club" for detering
aggression, but said "tomorrow;'
it Is "liable to be a willow wand.
Referring to a "tomorrow"
when Russia haa completed Its
long-range air force and built
up a stock of atom bombs, he
said the present goal of a 95-
group Air Force is but a "way
station" on the road to an ad-
equate U. S. Air Force.
Committee Chairman Richard
B Russell, D., Ga., commented
that Vandenberg was giving the
"gloomiest" view of the situation
view based on the assump-
"nothlng will happen to
In world af-
tlon that
relieve the tension'
a,We are all hopeful that events
will make It unnecessary," Rus-
sell said, referring to tne sug-
gestion of a bigger Air Force
Sulldup. But he added if condi-
tions stay as they are added sa-
criilce will be necessary.
In his second day before tne
Senators, Vandenberg made these
other points:
1) he did not favor Mac-
Arthur's removal chlelly because
o the general's public statements,
but because he believed Mac-
Arthur held basic policy views at
variance with those of President
Truman and the Joint Chiefs of
fatalf. He said he thought lt bet-
ter to have a commander In the
field in accora witn those views
could correctly Interpret "broad
views "
2) it was made "abundantly
clear" to MacArthur that a Joint
cniefs of btaif memo last Jan.
12 contained only tentative pio-
posals, not military directives.
MacArthur haa tola the wuunin-
tee tour or tne plans In the memo
ending the war, and said ne as-
sumeu the Chieis were overruled
by jrresiaent 'iruman or Defense
secretary George C. Marshall.
3> A "minimum objective" in
Korea would be to restore condi-
tions prevailing before the North
Korean Communist attack last
June in other words, leaving
the country split at the 38th pa-
rallel.
4) The United Nations have
lost more planes than the Com-
munists curing the war. That
is because the U. N. has flown
more than five times, as many
missions as the Reds.
5) He told sen. Bourko B.
HicKenlooper, R., Ia., that he was
only "explaining" the situation
wnen he said In a magazine
article that the ban on bombing
Mancnurlan bases made Amer-
ican alrpower in Korea "practi-
cally Inoperative" at one point.
One of the reasons for Mc-
Arthur's ouster was his public
criticism ol official policy, In-
cluding a ban on bombing Man-
churia. HicKenlooper saiu van-
denberg should resign or be re-
called like MacArthur. Vanden-
berg said he was not objecting to
the policy, and would not quit.
GIRLS SLOW ON UPTAKE
WAXAHACHIE, Tex., (UP).
J. E. McWhorter promised the 10
single girls working In the county
court nous that If he were ap-
pointed Justice of the peace, he'd
perform a free marriage cere-
mony for the first one of them
who showed up with the neces-
sary material. McWhorter made
lt, but- so far, none of the girls
has.
CHARLESTON. S. C. May 30
(UP)Negro leaders asked a
Federal Court yesterday to end
school segregation that amounts
to "exclusion" while South Caro-
lina argued that the right to
separate the races belongs to
the State.
As both sides wound up their
cases In a -suit aimed at the
South's basic segregation oat-
tern, one ot the three special
U. S. Judges said he was "not
much impressed" with the
State's main plea.
Circuit Judge John J. Parker,
senior Jurist on the panel, asked
State Attorney Robert McG.
Flgg. what decree he thought
the court should render since
the State admitted lt did not
provide equal school facilities
for v Negroes in Clarendon
County, where the suit origin-
ated.
Flgg then repeated his request
that the Special Court hold the
case within its Jurisdiction until
the State had time to put into
effect a multi-million dollar
school equalization program.
"I'm not much Impressed with
that," said Judge Parker. He
added that he knew of no point
of law to support such a course.
Judge Parker was hearing the
case with District Judges J.
Watles Waring and George Bell
Tlmmerman. Waring in the con-
troversial South Carolina Judge
who opened the South Carolina
primary to Negro voters In 1947
and Parker was a member of
the Circuit Court of Appeals In
Charlotte, N. C, that backed
him up.
The Judges took the case un-
de advisement after two days
of hearings. It may be some
time before they report a de-
cision. No matter which side
wins, a prompt appeal probably
will be taken to the U. S. Su-
preme Court.
Witnesses for the plaintiffs
parents of 30 Clarendon County
Negro pupils expanded their
contention that segregation it-
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tion because lt gives the Negro
a feeling of inferiority.
Thurgood Marshall, general
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Colored People, concluded by
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Flgg then argued that the
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and not make them "socializing
agencies and personality ad-
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at Gorgaa Hospital.
McLINN, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh, of
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at Gorgaa Hospital.
HALL, Mr. and Mrs. C. H, of
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BAILEY, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.,
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THB PANAMA AMERICAN A INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, MAT M, 195
Charles Defends Title Against Maxim Tonigh
Champion Heavy 12-To-5| Vic Wertz9 Home Run Robs Bob Lemon
Choice To Retain Crown
By United Press
CHICAGO, May 30 Black-haired Joey Maxim will
be trying to make history tonight when he steps into a
Chicago ring and tries to take the heavyweight crown
away from Ezzard Charles of Cincinnati.
If the 29-year-old Cleveland
cutey beats Charles he will be-
^^come the first fighter ever to win
. the heavyweight crown while
still the champion of the 175-
pound dicislon. Maxim won the
. light heavyweight title by knock-
ing out Freddie Mills at London
J In January of 1950.
The odds-makers sav Maxim
; will fail. They have made Charles
a heavy <5-to-12> favorite In this
eighth defense of the title he won
I In an elimination bout In June of
1949.
The opinion Is that the one
who does the most forcing; prob-
ably will be the winner as neither
is expected to get knocked out.
The only time Charles was stop-
ped came In 1943 at the hands
of Lloyd Marshall. Maxim's lone
kayo was by Curtis Sheppard
that same year.
The Chicago fans are more or
less shrugging off the fifth
heavyweight title bout to be held
In that city. One reason is that
the two baseball teams the
Of First Perfect Game In 29 Years
The experts are stringing with White 8ox and Cubs have won
by
JOE WILLIAMS

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In the only Major League game
of the day. Bob Lemon of the
Indians had the first perfect no-
hit no-run game In 29 years go-
ing until Vic Wertz hit a home
run off him in the eighth but!
Lemon still wound up with a one-
hitter as the Tribe beat the Ti- j
gers 2-1 at Detroit.
The no-hitter would have
been the second in Lemon's ca-
reer and he would have been
the second pitcher in history to
pitch two Major League no-hit
games. Only Johnny Vander-
meer hat done this.
Ooing into the fateful eighth,
It looked like Lemon had a per- j
feet game one In which no A winning ball club must have balance. That the Yankees
batter at all would reach first i are so equipped Is reflected In the figures which show them lead-
base as he tied one Tiger bate- lng both at bat and in the field. Reader E. M. Ooswell, Mlllvale
man after another with his i Pa., wonders how many members o the WOTCthe Williams Old
tricky breaking curve and blazing I T:mers Club-remember Bobby Wallace, who roamed the Infield
fast ball. for the Browns back in the early 1900s? One of the raps against
Had Wertz not connected for Happy Chandler is said to be that his expense accounts were 10
Patting one little word after another and whatever became
of the master race? This is not to be confused with the Freak-
nesi which must have been the most overplayed sports story of
the year. Still as a build-up for the Belmont Stakes it was not
without point. Bold, along with Count Turf, Battlefield and pos-
sibly Uncle Miltie, may yet give as a 3-year-old classic worthy
of the designation. Arcaro, up oh the winner, made it three out
of four. Wonder what he does for diversity?
Essard Charles
Joey Maxim
i<*S
Charles because he had three de- the hearts of the fans. Then
Isions over Maxim before either
became chammon. Charles has
been more actw the past year
and -packs the .larder wallop.
Both'ave fast aiifhave plenty of
ring savvy, but neither Is noted
for aggressiveness.
again, the television-radio spon-
sor insisted the bout be staged on
a Wednesday night which, In this
case, Is a holiday. A crowd of only
nine-thousand is expected in an
arena that can accommodate
20.000.
Large Field Attracted By
PAA Invitational At Gamboa
Elton Todd, Sr., representative yet but Is familiar with the
for Pan-American vVorld Air- i course and the last time he play-
ways. announced today that 85 ] ed he shot a blistering 71 All In
I his resounding 380 foot homer,
Lemon, who threw a 2-0 no-hit-
ter against the Tigers June 13,
1948, would have become the first
pitcher to rack up a perfect game
in the Majors since Charley Ro-
bertson of the White Sox accom-
plished the feat April 30, 1922
likewise against the Tigers.
Wertt, the first batter up in
the eighth, took a called strike
then leaned into one of Le-
mon's curves that didn't quite
break enough. It soared into
the right field second deck aa
the crowd of 6.280 fans went
wild.
The Indians' players rushed to
Lemon's side to console him in
his disappointment.
The all-Important clout was
Wertz's eighth homer of the sea-
son Had Lemon elected to pass
the heavy swatting outfielder,
he could nave likely ended up at
least with a no-hitter. He re-
tired the next three men.
Lemon struck out seven Tigers,
five of them swinging. Bob caln
suttered his fourth defeat of the
year against two victories as he
gave up five of the Indians six
nits and all their runs.
The Indians scored their first
run in the fourth with Larry
Doto getting home on a wean
fielaers choice grounder by Al
Rosen. Doby drew a walk and
scampered to third on Big Luke
Easter's Une single to right field
belore tallying on Rosen's infield
roller.
The Indians scored another
run in the eighth with George
Jstirnweiss scoring on a long fly
to centerfleld by Rosen. Stirn-
weiss got on base with a Ine
single to left field and spec to
third on Doby's double to left
fleid.
goners were alreaay slatea for
play in the PAA Istnmian Invi-
tational Tournament starting at
Gamboa June 2nd. The entry list
all. Isthmian golfing fans will!
be treated to an excellent brand
of golf with no strain on the
arches as the clubhouse provides
Peralta Early
Favorite Over
Luis Thompson
is expected to exceed the 100, an excellent view of 7 of the 9
mark after applications from holes.
Fort Davis ana Panama are re- Because of the recent rains the
ceived. Post entries will oe ac- local rules at Gamboa have been
amended to permit the Improve-
ment of lie in all fairways which
includes the 3-par holes.
No stymies will be played dur-
cepted and play will oe in 5
llights, qualifying score to deter-
mine ihght, no Handicap to be
allowed- Eleven prizes will be
awarded as follows: Amateur i lne this" tournament
Medalist in qualiiyuig rouno. Golfers are requested to bring
also lor winner and runner-up their own caddies in order to as-
n each of the o iignts. i u. i:.. sure that sufficient bag carriers
pros cash prizes will De awaraeo.. will be on hand
ior low qualnying core and tor Word was recently received
tne individual who progresses | that Mike Kullkowski Is leaving
, the larthest in the matches. the Isthmus lor a trip to the
Mr. Todd further statea that States and will be missed but the
the prizes would be on display other half of the best-ball cham-
June 2 and 3 during the qual-
ifying rounds ai Gamboa uolf
and Country Club and that ar-
rangements were being made to
pionship team, Daniel Boone
Wood, will find the Gamboa
course well suited to his stvle of
play as it is studded with" trees
exhioit the prizes at various! and tall grass. Seriouslv
places on the Isthmus curing the | golfing butcher from 'Brazos
tournament : Brook is one of the best amateurs
Bad weather over the weekend in Isthmian golf
proved to be no detriment to tne I This is Pan-American World
many goiters who turned out Airways' first complete sponsor-
with the prime purpose of fam- ship of an Isthmian gulling event
lliarizing themselves with the
tricky Gamboa course ana some
nice scores were reported oy
Johnny and Charley MacMurray,
Jim Rlley. Paul hngeiKe, Trim
Sr. and Jr., genial Gene Hoch-
stedler, Doc Gerrans. Ray Euper
and Roy Glickenhaus and many
others.
Pros Anibal Maccarron and Joe
Brbaro toured the layout Mon-
day together with Norm Lewter
and all scored very well with Joe
PAA. through the efforts of Elton
Todd, has gone all out to make
this tournament a great success.
Judged by the enthusiasm shown
so far by Canal Zone and Pana-
ma golfing addicts and fans, this
effort in furthering Isthmian
golf will reap a host of new
friends for PAA.
Hard-hitting Leonel Peralta is
an early favorite of the experts
to score another knockout lh his
sensational unbeaten string of
eight wins as a pro when he
tackles Luis Thompson Sunday
night in the featured ten-round |
bout at the Panama National
Gym.
This fight will be the first
main bout for both boys. Thomp-
son, whose record Is almost as
impressive as Peralta's. is also
unbeaten in the professional
ranks.
Thompson is a speedy boxer
with a good punch in either hand
while Peralta la strictly a slugger
who stalks his foe until he catch-
es up with him then tries for a
knockout.
Peralta has seven knockouts to
lus credit in eight stars as a pro
and Intends to add another vic-
tim. The only fighter who has
gone the distance with Peralta Is
Colon s rugged Baby Hawkins.
Hawkins has been promised a
feature bout with the winner o
Sunday night's contest.
Vicente Worrell and Baby Va-
lentine clash In the semifinal
General admiiaion tickets are
worth 1 (one dollar) and ring-
side $1.50 (ope dollar and fifty
centsi. s '
times higher than those of his predecessor. But Landls couldn't
sing. Would it be true that only the Philadelphia Phils In the
NL made money at the gate last season? Frank Stevens' gracious
missus Is hospitalized with arthritis.

It is obvious that Gen. Marshall is not a quit-show addict.
There were 80 questions he couldn't answer. No matter how tight
they make cattle controls there'll always be too many meat heads.
Rita Hayworth has been photographed reading a book and soon
she'll be known as the Gene Tunney of the cinema. Mr. Truman
says our losses in Korea are merely a drop in the bucket. This
should inspire a ballad which might be entitled "I Didn't Raise
My Boy To Be a Drop in the Bucket." Henceforth Vale students
must clean up their own rooms. This not only relieves the maid
shortage but makes them more attractive as marriage bait. Add
Dlai Deanisms: "The pitcher's got great pause out there."

. ^L'ellow cant afford to die any more. It cost Warren Wright
$13,000,000. That's the bite the government took out of the turf-
man's estate in inheritance taxes. There's no truth in the re-
port, Incidentally, that his widow. Lucille, is selling the Lexing-
ton Farm or getting out of racing. Just cutting down. Curious
economics* At pay-as-you-play courses green fees are" $150
a round on week days; caddie fees $3.00- -and most of the adult
ctddies are also on relief. They have It real good. Tad Wieman
has moved in as head of the athletics at University of Denver
an able, solid citizen. Though outmoded In that he still believes
hi the idealism of college sports. All Michigan got out of the
Rose Bowl pot was $10,750. It actually cost the Wolverines money
to accept the bid. By contrast Oklahoma got $119,214.54 out of
the Sugar Bowl game. Explanation: The Rose Bowl dough Is
split 12 ways. Brownie Leach shared Derby honors with Count
Turf for the Grade A way he handled the huge press box.

Headline: Gussie Moran discards lace panties. How's that
again, please? Chuck Dressen says the home run is no good un-
less it wins for you, and the office philosopher asks "What rood
is money 11 yon can't spend It." The Chicago prlie fighter who's
had his jaw broken three times has reason to feel down in the
mouth. Stand back men and give him air. Has W. Averill Harri-
nian ever thought of giving those two horses he got from Joe
Stalin a loyalty test? Another explanation is that Rex Barney's
wildness is due to a mental quirk. Tbat's the trouble with pre-
sent day pitchers. They go in for too much fancy stuff. Uni-
versal military training is probably a good thing. The sooner our
boys learn that four's a hard point the better.

., Sa.rlE*ner clem Bddington writes: 5"Your Canadian friend,
Lloyd MfcOowan is wrong. Nick Cullop was a left-handed pitcher.
Worked ttner the late Bill Donovan, then manager of the Yan-
kees. Started with Cleveland in 1913. First name Norman He's
the pitcher Wish Egan referred to In connection with the betting
coup Frank Navin put over. Henry Nichols Cullop, a right-hand-
er, who played outfield and pitch for Miller Huggins in 1927 is
the gent McGowan has In mind. Wanna bet?" Comment: Mr
Boddington is correct. The Navin coup was manipulated before
the young Cullop had even started to pitch professionally.
Edward H. Jackson, Manhattan, holds that when a fighter is
knocked senseless in the last round (as in the recent Hairston-
t artier match) he should be formally counted out. . "Wouldn't
it be ridiculous to give a knockout victim the decision if he
happened to be ahead on points? ..." So it would seem, yet the
rules insist you must get your man before the round ends.
A fighter can be knocked out to all practical purposes but If the
bell sounds before the count of 10 is completed it's no go That
happened when Stanley Ketchel stopped Philadelphia Jack O'-
Brien years ago, the circumstances being much the same as in
the Hairston-Cartier fight, but It didn't count. Ketchel was de-
clared Uie winner by decision.
Arctic Prince
Wins 172nd
Epsom Derby
EPSOM DOWN8, May 30 (UP).
Arctic Prince todav won the
172nd English Derby with Sybil's
Nephew second and Signal Box
third. Arctic Prince won by six
lengths and only a- short head
separated the second and third
horses so that the decision had
to made by the camera.
The betting on the first three
horses was 28-to-l, 50-to-l and
20-to-.l.
Arctic Princes triumph was
worth 19,385 pounds sterling to
owner H, McGratz. The total
purse of 22,625 pounds was the
largest in English racing history.
Sybil's Nephew Is owned by Lord
Mllford and Signal Box by F. U.
Dennis. Arctic Prince was ridden
by C. Spades.
The starter had difficulty In
getting the 33 horse field away
out when they eventually start-
ed Part Du Lyon Jumped Into the
lead followed by the favorite. Kl
Ming, and Mystery IX with
Zucchero some lengths in the
rear and making up ground ra-
pidly.
Mystery LX took the lead at
the half-mile mark with Malkas
Boy closely on his heels with
Nyangal coming up very fast.
Arctic. Prince, who was always
close to the leading group, then
began striking out and Ki Ming
weakened rapidly but as they ap-
proached the famed Tattenham
corner It was obvious that Arctic
Prince had the race well In hand.
With four furlongs to go the
winner produced a devastating
burst of speed in the downhill
three furlongs from the corner
and in the remaining uphill fur-
long his pace was such that none
was likely to overtake him.
National League
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn . 2J 14 .611
St. Louis . 2$ 17 .541
Chicago . 18 18 .529
18 $0 .526
New York . 20 .500
Cincinnati . 17 20 .459
Philadelphia 16 22 .421
Pittsburgh . 15 21 .417
American League
Teams
Chicago ,
New York .... 26
Boston.....22
Detroit.....17
Won Lost
24 9
TODAY'S GAWKS
Boston at New York (2).
Brooklyn at Philadelphia
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2).
Chicago at Cincinnati (2).
(2).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No fames scheduled.
HOW D'YA WIN?
WILLIAMSBURG, Va., (NEA)
Despite getting more hits and
better pitching, on an earned-
run basis .than their opponents,
the William and Mary baseball
team dropped 11 of its first 13
games.
Cleveland
Washington .
St. Louis .
Philadelphia
17
15
11
10
11
13
18
19
19
27
26
Ml
21
271
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago (2).'
Detroit at Cleveland (2).
Philadelphia at Wash. (2).
New York at Boston (2).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 000 100 0102 C
Detroit 000 000 0101 1
Lemon (4-5) and Megan.
Cain (2-4), White and RobinJ,
sor
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THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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DIPLOMATIC CORPS HOLDING FAREWELL P*"
I HIS EVENING FOR MINISTER AND MRS. MARIANI
. before leaving; for the United
The members of the Diplomatic Corp ant their ladles
will Kive a farewell cocktail party Uil afternoon at 5.3 at
the Fan-soia Golf Club for the former Italian Minuter to Pa-
nama and Mr. Lulil Marianl who hate been popular real-
dent* of Panama for several rears. ._;___.. M
the Minister for Foreign RelationI * M. *fJJ*c'J**T
lino will be present at the party and Dr. Molino will ***"
to Mr. Marianl Panama's decoration, the Order of Vasco Nu-
ftet de Balboa.
Mrs. Marianl and their daafhter. Mta OluUanna Maria-
nl. will sail Friday on the SS Pnama for New York.to be
present at the graduation of the Marian}/ elder <* Miss Alace Marie Marianl. from Swarthmore College ka
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. asti
After a summer Tisit in the United StetW Mr. Marianl
and her daughters will Join Mr. Marianl in Peru, were they
plan to reside.
Dr. and Mr. Stevenson
to Attend son' Graduation
ut. ana Mrs. U. a. oieveason
ot herrlck HelghU are going
to Jacksonville, iuorla tomor-
row to attend the graduation
oi their son, Wuliam bteven-
son, irom tne Bolles Scnool of
iiwi cny. Alter a visit wltn
Mrs. btevenson's parents, Mr.
ana Mrs. W. u. Jude oi r'oiue
Vedra eacn, rioriaa, they wl
return here late in June.
Kocber-Baumbach Wedding
Saturday Afternoon
Mr. and xwrs. Fred Baumbacn
of BaiDoa HelghU announce
the approaching marriage of
tneu- uaughter, Lois, to Arden
kocner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rodell Kocher of Wllkesbarre,
Pennsylvania.
The wedding will take place
Saturday afternoon, the second
of June, at two thirty o'clock,
In the Fort Amador Chapel,
and will be followed by a re-
ception at three o'clock In the
Fern Room of the Hotel Tlvoli.
No Invitations have been Is-
sued and all friends of the
young couple are Invited to the
wedding and to the reception.
Mrs. Moas Leaving
for New York
After a visit of two weeks In
Panama, Mrs. Harry Moss of
New York Is sailing Friday on
the SS Panama for New Yak.
During her stay here Mrs. Moss
has been the house guest of
her sister-in-law. Mrs. Robert
Nason of Bella Vista.
man, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M.
nevington, Mrs. biuabetn trvui
orown an i Mr. ano Mrs. Uou-
ias Buddaby entertained a group
oi iheir iriends at a bullet
supper given last evening in
nonor oi Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
& lrvin and tneir daugmer,
miss Martna lrvin. Tne party
was held at tne nome oi mi-.
and Mrs. Hartman at Corozal.
Dr. ana Mrs. lrvin and Miss
irvin will leave tne Isthmus
late In July to make their home
In the United States.
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin
Honored at Supper Party
Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Hart-
Return to Panama
rrom Ai-gentina
The rirst secretary of the
Argentine Embassy In Panama
and Mrs. Luis Olmedo Zuma-
ran and their son and the Sec-
retary of the Embassy and Mm.
rtamon Duranona and their son
have returned to Panama from
leave spent in Buenos Aires.
Mrs. Doel's Tea
Honors Mr. Mayles
Mrs. William H. Doel Is en-
tertaining at tea this after-
noon at 4 at the Panama Golf
Club for her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Jchn Denys Mayles.
Visitors from Caracas
to be Honored
Mr. anc. Mrs. Herbert Drls-
coll are giving a cocktail-buf-
fet this evening at their home
in Diablo Heights, compliment-
ing Mrs.. Elizabeth Burns, Miss
Pat Bagby. Miss Pat Hitchcock,
and Miss Edith Burger, who ar-
rived Monday from Caracas,
Venezuela. .
Mis Burns, a former resi-
dent of Balboa, will visit friends
here for two or three weeks
_ ng -
States. Hr trlends who accom-
panied her from Ca-acas. plan
ij icave tomorrow to spend the
summer at their homes In the
United States.
Son VUlto
Dr. and Mr. Irvin
Samuel S. lrvin. Jr. who is
an officer on the SS Pioneer
Glen, spent Saturday night with
his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel S. Irvin at Corozal. He is
en route from Australia to the
United States.
Lecture Changed
to This Evening
The lecture to be given by
Dr.'Federico Lachmann at the
JWB U.8.O. Service center In
Balboa has been changed from
Thursday to tonight at 8. The
public is invited and no admis-
sion will be charged.
Dr. Lachmann is a repre-
sentative of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, the "Velzmann Insti-
tute of Science, and of Tech-
nlon, the Institute of Techno-
logy, all educational Institutions
In Israel. He will talk tonight
on "How Science Reclaimed a
Nation" and his talk will be Il-
lustrated by a colored film, said,
to be one of the best taken
recently in Israel.
Dr. Lachmann is in Panama
for a few days and will give
the same lecture in Spanish at
the National University tomor-
row night. He Is making an
extended speaklnp tour of Cen-
tral and South America.
Pen Women to Meet
Saturday Morning
The Canal Zone Branch. Na-
tional League of American Pen
Women, will hold Its regular
monthly meeting Saturday mor-
ning at 9:30 in the Card Room
of the Hotel Tlvoli. Mrs. Frank
W. Pyle of Washington, D. C,
who Is spending several weeks
at the Hotel Tivoll. will be a
special guest at the meeting.
She Is former National Secre-
tary of the National League of
Pen Women.
SpanisliTycoonWarns
West Against Franco
BY DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON. May 30 A
prominent Spanish industrialist
now visiting South America has a
word of warning for the states-
men of the West: Don't count on
effective military collaboration
from the Spanish army under
the Franco regime, with or with-
out modern equipment.
The industrialist, a lifelong
monarchist and supporter of
Franco's fascist forces in the
Spanish civil war. revealed that
the current wave of strikes In
that country Is the first step In
a campaign carefully planned by
the underground real stance
movement.
"And don't make the mistake
of labeling It Communist agita-
tion'." he added. "I'm contribut-
ing to the strike fund: so are a
large number of factory owners
and businessmen throug h o u t
Spain. Everyone except active
Falange Party members is agreed
on one thing, regardless of poli-
tics: Franco must go."
This informant explained that
the strategy and schedule for
the present strikes were' drawn
up almost two years ago. but not
put into effect until resistance
leaders had made certain of
enough sympathizers in the army
JACOKV on mux
2nd vice-president: Joan Car-
totto. secretary-treasurer; Ad-
dle Colclasure. historian; Ger-
trude Feist, sgt. at arms; and
Carmen Appln, Mary Appln and
Mertie LeClaire members of the
Executive Committee.
Dancing School Close
for Summer Vacation
The Drese Waltes School
of Dancing will close June 1 for
the months of June and July
and will rj-open August 1. Re-
lstratlon for the new term will
e held in July, the date to be
announced later.
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Birth Announcements
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fergu-
son of Glendora. California,
former residents of Diablo
Heights, announce the birth of
a son, Dale Alan, on May 20.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl H. Ahlteen
of Panama are the parents of
a son. their first child, born
Sunday. May 27, at the 8an
Fernando Clinic
Bridge Winner
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament
played Monday evening at the
Diablo Heights Clubhouse were:
1st, Mrs. S. S. Irvin and Mrs.
E. Irvin Brown; 2nd. Tom Orr
and Robert Torreaba tie for 3rd
and 4th between Tfifr. and Mrs.
H. G. Robinson and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Brady; and a tie for
5th and 8th places by Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Getman and Mrs.
L. D. Boney and Mrs. John E.
Davis.
Parents Invited
to Sunday School
All parents of the Balboa Un-
ion Church Sunday School chil-
dren are Invited to visit the
school Sunday morning at 9:30.
Auxiliary Elects
New Officers
The following officers have
been elected by the American
Legion Auxiliary. Unit No. 1.
of Balboa: Marie Bennett, pre-
sident; Dorothea McNall. 1st
vice-president: Dorothy Loehr.
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and national police to ensure
that there would be no mass
slaughter of workers.
The Ironic fact is that they
were making slow progress v-
mong the military," he said, "un-
til the talk began abroad about
bringing 8paln into the Atlantic
Pact. You see, we Spaniards have
a highly developed sense of the
ridiculous; asking us to fisht for
democracy under the leadership
of Franco is Just too much to
keep a straight face over."
Referring to his own change of
political sympathies, the Indus-
trialist admitted frankly that It
was based largely on business
considerations.
He said It was almost impossi-
ble to conduct any private enter-
prise under the present regime,
due to excessive state controls,
arbitrary and inequitable price-
fixing, and constant Interference
by the government controlled
unions.
"Of course you can buy off the
Falangist union leader by giving
him a piece of your business," he
added, "but the first bite is ne-
ver the last, so that way lies
eventual ruin."
Despite his personal convic-
tions, the industrialist estimated
that "at least 70 per cent" of
Spaniards today are pro-repub-
lican.
"However, only a few extrem-
ists want to see Franco violently
overthrown. What everybody is
hoping and working for now is
the restoration of the monarchy
under a liberal constitution, at
least as an interim arrangement.
"The United States could help
decisively to bring this about, if
she would. Just by seeing to it
that the Franco government re-
ceives no direct assistance, eco-
nomic or political, during this
crucial period.
"If that were done, and we suc-
ceeded in changing the regime.
Spain would be a grateful and
staunch ally, within the limit of
Its possibilities. As things stand
now. though, you couldn'i find a
more unreliable one."
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If you look at dummy's clubs in
the hand shown today, you
might wonder why South should
bother to play the suit four times.
The reason he did so, curiously
enough, was to find out how to
play the diamonds. This sounds
like a foolish answer to a foolish
question, but it really makes
good sense.
West opened the king of hearts
and properly decided to shift to a
trump at the second trick. Dum-
my won, and declarer returned a
club from dummy to flnessee the
Jack. He was sure that East did
not have the ace of clubs since
East's pass of one heart showed
a hopelessly weak hand, but it
was possible that East had the
queen of clubs.
As it happened, of course, West
won with the queen of clubs and
returned his other trump. Dum-
my won and led a club. West win-
ning with the ace. West's only
safe exit was a club, and South
ruffed and drew East last
trump.
Now South led a low diamond
and won a fineae with dummy's
ten. Then he led dummy's last
club and ruffed in his own hand.
Having done so, he knew how to
play the diamonds.
The point was that South
wanted to lead a low diamond
from his hand on the second
round of that suit if West had
begun with only two diamonds.
However, If West had begun with
three diamond, South wanted to
lead the queen of diamonds for
the second round of that suit.
When West followed to four
rounds of clubs, he was fairly
well marked with only two dia-
monds. West would have opened
the bidding with one club rather
than with one heart if he had
two four-card suits. Hence West
was marked with five hearts, four
clubs, two trumps, and exactly
two diamonds.
Acting on this Information,
South fed his low diamond to
dummy's ace. West's king fell,
and 8outh was able to make his
game contract by winning tricks
with the queen and Jack of dia-
monds.
Pacific-Sid ers:
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for MOTTA'S
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AT THE
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 BALBOA RD.
BALBOA, CANAL ZONE


lAOE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAIL* NEWSPAPER
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KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. H Waal I2ih Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
>.v. I>1 "H" Slr'.ci Panama
Ho 12.114 Cautl Ava. Colin
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: --7 foot Frigidairt, 25
Cycle, $50.00. Record ployer, 25
cycle. $ 10.00, boys 26 inch bike
SI0-00. Electric clocks ond other
items. House 509-A, Cocoli. Phone
4- 143^__________,__^__________
FOR SALECupboard, closed kitchen
cabinet, miscellaneous household
goods. 0763-D, Williamson Ploce,
Balboa, telephone 2-3216.
FOR SALE:Westinahouse 9' refri-
gera:or, excellent condition, 25
cycle, over two years guarantee
left. Witt. 8045-H, Margarita,
epposite commissary.________
FC"! SALE:One bedroom set and
Licorera. Almost new ond cheap.
Ccn be seen at 15 February St.
House 3. room 17.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Ford Coup* 1941, $100
down payment, balance to conform
with buyer's pocketbook. New
tires, good motor, duty paid, in-
surance paid, excellent buy. Tel.
Pon 3-1565 after 4 p. m.
FOR SALE: Leaving country, Ply-
mouth 1.947, duty paid, excellent
condition, recently overhauled, 5
new tires, new radio, seat covers,
$1,000.00. Call Panama 2-1200
or ofter 6 p. m., 3-2280.-
FC< SALE:Ceder wardrobe, ena-
mel top table dining, 4 chairs,
white-green, Servel Frigidoire, 'gas,
new. Boy's bicycle. Coco Solo 326-
C. Phone 246.________________
FCR SALE. Everything a gift! 9
ft. Refrigerator $75.00, lamps, ra-
dios, phonographs, rugs, desk,
tobies blinds, charcoal roostc;
Phone 2-3178, after four, Anc C440-J.__________________
FOR SALE8 1-2 Ft. Westinghouse
Refrigerator. Full width Freezer.
25 cycle, 4 months old. 5HU.
Leov.ng Isthmus. May be s:en at
Qtrs. 397-B. Cocoli.______________
FOR SALE-!9 ft. 25 Cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator, Kenmore
washing machine. 1447-D. Owen
St.. Bolboo. '_______
FC"* SALE: Mahogany wardrobe,
two mirrors, 3 doors. $100.00. 47
Ninth St., Son Francisco._______
FC3 SALE:One set. Bunkbeds with
Ladder & Safety Rails. 711-B, Co-
OBlL Phone 4-120.
FOR SALE:Studebaker "Land Crui-
ser" late 1949, four-door sedan,
holiday red. nylon seatcovers, white
sidewall tires, antenna, duty.paid,
fully insured, license plates paid
until December 1951. Perfect con-
dition thioughout. Owner leaving
country. Cash or terms. Phone
office 2-2856 or Residence 3-0393
P. O. Box' 1376. Ponoma.
FOR SALE:1947 Judor 8 Cyl. Ford,
very clean, in good condition.
$750. 5619-A. Hecker Place,
Diablo, r.lboa 6313.
FOR SALE:Mahogany dining, liv-
ing ond bedroom furniture, in ex-
cellent condition. owner leovinp
country. Coll 3-1975 from 2 to 5
p. m.
FOR SALE:Trode or sell. 25 cycle
clock and washing machine motor.
Want 60 cycle. Phone Curun'du
83-6116.___________'__________
i. f s sons
Leorn Sponi:h with Mrs. Romero
vonderful conversational system.
Estudiante St. 7T-A.
Leorn poise, grace, balance ond self
confidence in ballroom doncing.
Leave name, address, phone at
desk Balboa YMCA or Box 106.
Balboa. Harnett & Dunn.
Juvenile Series
Planned By HOG
"Mark Trail." the new juvenile
radio adventure series, takes to
the air via HOG on June 4 with
an exciting story of mystery and
danger alon" the coast of South-
ern California.
The weekly program, heard
Mondays from 7:00 to 7:30 p.m..
Is a series of action-nacked dra-
mas dealing with the outdoors
and conservation of natural re-
sources and wild life.
For the show's Initial broadcast.
"Mark Trail," the daring hero of
the adventure stories, becomes
Involved in a strange series of
I events when he takes on an as-
signment of the Geodetic Service
to make a survey of Lucifer's
Hook, a strip of rock in a Pacific
Coast harbor. In some mvsterious
fashion, four tugs carrying val-
uable cargo have met their doom
on the rocky harbor island.
A fresh crave on the tiny Is-
land gives Mark the clue that fin-
ally solves "THE MYSTERY OF
LUCIFER'S HOOK."
R.C.A.
RADIOS
LA POSTAL
68 Central Avenue
We Have Just Received:
Beautiful English radio-
phonograph consoles. In
mirror-finish, with 3-speed
automatic record cbaneer'
and 9-band radio
VM and "ADMIRAL"
3 speed record changers
for modernizing your con-
soles.
Fresh crystal cartridges, for
ordinary and three-speed
changers. Also three speed
needles.
a We also have table-model
radio phonograph combi-
nations.
..CASH CREDIT CLUB..
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223
Entrance to Encanto Theatre
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet 2 door
sedan $250.00. See ot Diablo Fire
Station.
.-OR SALE:Leaving. Must sell 1948
Crosley convertible by Friday. Duty
paid. $350.00. House 2120-A,
Curundu. C
FOR SALE:Duty free. 4 Chevrolet
outomobiles, 1950, 4 door, per-
fect condition. Adalberto Joly and
Co. Phone 1222 or 417 Colon.
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmobile 6. 4
Door Sedan, duty paid, cor like
new, excellent running, low mi-
leogi, plastic seat covers, finance
avoilable $.1,575.00. Cqll 3-1571
Cristobal, between 8:00 o. m.
3:00 P. M. House 147-B, 8th. St.
New Cristobal.
FCR SALEBuick Super 1949 Dyna-
flow, two door sedon, black, seat-
covers, white wall tires, radio, in
excellent condition. Owner leaving
country. Call 3-1975, from 2 to
5 p. m.
FOR SALE: To highest bidder
1948 Fi/J Station Wagon, duty
poid and fully licensed for year
1951. Sealed bids will be accepted
ot our office No. 5 V street. Pan-
omo City, Panamo and will be
opened 10:00 a. m., Saturday
June 2nd. Unit May be inspected
ot our offices No. 5 V Street
Panama City. Panama. Pan Amer-
ican World Airways, Inc.
*NTED
Automobile*
WANTED: '51 or '50 Cedillac
"62," Fleetwood. Duty Free- 620-
B, Cocoli. 5 to 7 p. m.
WANTED
Mi-r.-lliinroii*
WANTED: Bock issues of Home
Beautiful ond American Home
Magazines. Write g'ving price to
L. B. V., Box 134, Ponomo.
WANTEC TO BUY: Meissner Ex
Model VFO. Must be good condi-
tion. Phone 2-3173. Bolboo.
WANTED: Cocker Spaniel, must
be registered A. K. C., also up-
right pinno, reasonable, good con-
dition. Phone 4-220.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Two duplexet (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 self in five years. Phone
Posey. Balboo 2698.
Cecil Green Leads
In 500-Mile Race
INDIANAPOLIS, May 30 (UP).
The positions of the first ten
drivers in today's 500-mile In-
dianapolis Classic at the end of
200 miles were:
Cecil Oreen, Walt Faulkner,
Lee Wallard. Jack McGrath,
Henry Banks, Mike Nazaruk. Carl
Scarborough, Chuck Stevenson.
Freddy Agabassian and Jimmy
Davles.
The average speed of the lead-
er was 127,502 which eclipses the
old record for this distance
126.038 m.p.h. set by Johnny
Parsons last year.
Thus far there have been no
serious accidents. Three cars
have been forced out by engine
trouble.
MISCELLANEOUS
D* you have drinking problem?
Write Alcoholic Anonymou
Box 2091 Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Hjgh gloss oil pointi
and enomels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon fropidur* Stores.
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.
Gramlich's Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR SALE:Typewriter Smith Coro-
na II" pica, new condition, guar-
antee*!. $150.00. Firestone, Calle
Estudiante 69. Phone 2-0363, P.
O- Eux 511. Panama.
FOR SALE:Rifle. Winchester, mo-
del 70, caliber 157, Roberts, with
weaver KV Telescopic sight, sung,
case, etc. New, a borgoin at $150.
00. See R. Mcllvaine, 1440-B,
Owen St. Balboa. Phone 2-3518.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
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-
able cockpit. Large storage space
for ice, water, and gas. Numerous
cabinets. In excellent condition,
fully equipped and many extras,
and ready to go. Con be seen at
Gamboa Boot Club all day Wed-
nesday, Soturday and Sunday or
by' appointment. Phone 83-4295.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: In F<:lla Visfa. Son
Martin Avenue No. 6. Upstairs
apartment, entire floor, completely
furnished: large porch with bar,
livingroom, diningroom. 3 bed-
rooms, office large bathroom. For
Information inquire bottom floor.
FOR RENT: Office space'Tdeally
suited for Doctors, Lawyers. Di-
plomats, Soles Agencies. Maid
Service. Private both, 24 hour
telephone answering ond messcoe
service in beautiful Hotel EL
PANAMA. Inquire Asst. Manoger
3-1661.
Zone Students
In The U.S.
A local Canal Zone boy, Rich-
ard C. Herman, has been named
cadet commanding officer of the
Air Force ROTC unit at Bradley
University. He was promoted to
cadet colonel during an Armed
Forces day celebration on the
campus.
Richard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. George F. Bradley of Bal-
boa. They have moved to Balboa
recently after a long residence In
Gamboa. Young Herman is a ju-
nior at Bradley University, which
he entered after comoleting two
years at the C. Z. Junior College,
from which he graduated last
year.
James L. Lundy. son of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Lundy, Balboa
Heights, has been named out-
standing junior of the North-
western university chapter of
Lambd,a Chi Alpha, national so-
cial fraternity.
Lundy, along with the out-
standing Juniors of 68 other
Northwestern University organi-
zations, received special recogni-
tion at the annual May Day hon-
ors ceremony May 20.
RESORTS
House ON (EACH at Santa Clara.
Also mountain top home at CfcRRO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNIL,
Balboo 2820 or see caretaker
there. .
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa Clara
Bo number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Ponom 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
vVillioms Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Spacious house ot No.
32, 50th St. (Son Martini, three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, party
air-conditioned, completely fur-
nished ond equipped for four
and a half months from June 4th.
Telephone 3-0444.
FOR RENT:Modern cholet. 3 bed-
rooms, overlooking Golf Club, La
Carrasquilla, $90.00 monthly. Mi-
guel Hive, phone 3-2145.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom cholet with
moid's room and garage. Corns/
of Belisorio Porros ond 13th St.
Call 2-1757 after 5:30 p..m.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart-
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St.. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
two bedroom apartment, beautiful
location, facing ocean. Arjply Uru-
guay St. No. 2, telephone 3-09,.
FOR RENT:Smoll furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. bella
Vista No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT: - Small independent
gportmenf 'jjith stove, refriger^
ator, an(fl|fw water installment,
in front cfy "Auto Service Co.,
Inc.,"1 price* $55.00. For informa-
tion:. Auto Service Co., Inc. Cor-
ner of H Street and Ancon Ave.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment consisting of living and
diningroom, one bedroom, kitchen
and bath, with refrigerator and
telephone. Price $85.00. Can \-
seen from 3 to 6 p. m. Nuevo T-
voli building. Calle Rotchet 14,
Apartment 3-B (between Tivoli
Avenue ond Estudiante St.)
FOR RENT: Modern comfortable
oportment. Two bedroom. 3rd St.
final San Francisco de lo Caleta.
Inform the some house.
FOR RENT:Cool modern, two bed-
room aportment. 149 Vio Porras.
Phone Ponoma 3-1618 from 9 a.
m. to 5 p. m.
FOD. RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, cleon
cool room. Meals if desired, oport-
ment 3. Bello Vista. 46th Street
No. 18-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.
Position Offered
WANTED:Sale person, exclusively
on sewing mochines, oble to speak
English ond Spanish, on commis-
sion basis, write to Aportado No.
537, Panama City
Viet Minh Troops Smash
Against 30-Mile Front
SAIGON. May 30 (UP).Com-
munlst-led Viet Minh troops
launched strong attacks against
French forces on a 30 miles front
about 40 miles south of Hanoi
today.
Boyd Bevington, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B. M. Bevington of Balboa,
has been chosen a member of Ti-
ger Claws, honorary service or-
ganization for sophomore men at
Occidental College.
Bevington is a graduate of Bal-
boa High School, where he was
president of the student body, a
member of the honor society and
active in athletics.
Charles Leaver, son of Charles
E. Leaver, Balboa, has been re-
elected president of Rho Delta
social fraternity at Bradley Uni-
versity. He will serve throughout
the 1951-52 school year. Leaver is
a junior at Bradley and has been
Rho Delta president during the
past year.
Miss Peggy Veney, Balboa High
School graduate of 1949 and a
former resident of Balboa and
Gamboa, was initiated into Chi
Beta Phi on the West Liberty
State College campus In West
Virginia.
Chi Beta Phi is an honorary
science fraternity which requires
20 hours in psychology, biology,
chemistry and physics along with
a B grade average.
Miss Veney and her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Veney now
Uve in Gainesville. Florida.
Whether it be the exterior
or the interior of your house
you'll find the right paint
here. We offer you a host
of colors by famous
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
at lowest prices.
See us for free estimates.
83 North Ave. TeL Z-M1
No. 3 Martn Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1414
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
To refalar users of
WELDWOOD GLUE
Our long-delayed shipment
HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Now available, for the first
time in Panam, in
354 ox. to 25 pound tins.
GEO.F.NOVEY,INC.
279 Central Ave. TeL 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
For CUSHIONS 8UP-COVU and
K-UPHOLSTERI.NC cal. u, o7 vill
our how-room Custom built farnl-
,ur* ^i' P*cU"|J' See out Deco-
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New Telephone 3-4(78.
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BLINDS
mr.i<-dia.te
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
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Direct C.Z Shipments
At Factor Prices.
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Panana. R. P.
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with a lifetime
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18 "J" St. (near Ancon P.O.)
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INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)

THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of Balboa Heights b planning a Vacation Bible School simi-
lar to the one from which the above group graduated last year. Classes from 9 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. start June 11 and continue for two weeks. Graduation exercised are set for June
" 22.'
Students will be divided into four departments, by age groups, with the following In
charge of the 45 workers: Mrs. William Beeby, Intermediate; Mrs. Ralph Schnell, Junior; Mrs.
Lawrence Bushong, Primary; and Mrs. Clay Randell, Beginners. Miss Louise Harris will take
care of the pre-school children of the workers.
Singing, handicraft, memory work, Bible stories and games are featured In each de-
partment with a dally school paper knitting the entire project together. Awards will be
given to outstanding pupils. *
School buses will pick up children In Curundu, Diablo Heights, and Balboa. Registra-
tions ar being accepted at the Baptist Church office. Balboa Heights, and informations
available at Balboa 1727.
rllt LKFKVKk CORP
Phone I-J333
lots rOR SAL
Down Payment Site.
Mnnthlv Payment SIS
LOTb on f jvea street tmm tl 00
a Meter
rra Kent Heavy Mulpmeni tor
around leveling
We Rent Lot on Lona Ierra
e Lot Club at S3 and U Waeiy
Harmonizers To Repeat
Festival At Clubhouse
Due to popular demand, the
Musical Harmonizers will give a
repeat performance of "Festival
In Music" at the Pacific Club-
house Sundav at 4 p. m.
Besides the male chorus there
will be a 12-girl ensemble, a
mixed orchestra and several solo
numbers.
Manager Frank Elcock has
announced the appearance of
two new faces: Herman McLean
and David Watts.'
The program will be directed
by the promising young manlst
Alonso Wilson.
Tickets may be obtained from
anv of the members of the
group.
Air Force Will Add
40,000 Qualified
Women In Next Year
The U. S. Air Force will begin,
on June first, expanding Its WA*
strength in a programI^JK
to add more than 40.000 highly
qualified women to the Air Force
by June 1952.
The action, which will Increase
by approximately seven times
the present WAF strength of 7,-
000, will result in an ultimate
strength of approximately^4 000
officers and 44.000 enlisted WAFs
The increase in WAF personnel
strength was ordered In accord-
ance with the Department of De-
fense decision to utilize women
in the Armed Forces to the great-
est possible extent.
Toward this goal the Air Force
will begin commissioning in June
approximately 200 officers per
month from among business and
professional women throughout
the country, commissions will ti
offered in grades of first and
second lieutenants. At the same
time the WAF enlistment quota
will be increased from the pre-
sent monthly figure of 480 to
1,700 In June. Increasing to 4,000
monthly In the first six months
of 1952.
Commissions in the WAF, which
will be offered to eligible women,
with or without prior military
service, will be made In the USAF
Reserve. Newly commissioned of-
ficers can expect to enter im-
mediately into active service.
Following a 60-day period of
training at an officer training
school, permanent assignments
will be made principally in WAE-
administrative or supervisory ca-
pacities, including duty as
squadron officers.
Appointments will be made In
the two grades In accordance
with age of applicants, generally
as follows: ., -
2nd Lieutenants, age 24 but less
than 28, with a minimum of three
years work experience; 1st Lieut-
enants, age 28 but less than 32.
with a minimum of five years
work experience.
Balboa High School
Graduation Program
Starts On Sunday
The 1951 Baccalaureate servic-
es for the graduating class of Bal-
boa High School will be held at
2:30 p.m. on June 3 at the Ancon
Theater. On the following Tues-
day evening commencement ex-
ercises will begin at 8:00 In the
Balboa Theater.
Tickets are necessary to attend
commencement exercises, but
they are not required for the Bac-
calaureate services.
Harold J. Zlerten. Acting Prin-
cipal of Ba'roa High School and
Senior Class Advisor, will intro-
duce Rev. AH. Shaw who will
give the address, "For Such a
Time as This." The Invocation
will be presented by Rev. Tho-
mas Byrnes, CM., and the bene-
diction will be given by Rev. H.
T. Bern thai.
A small chorus will sing as the
high school orchestra directed by
Nell Branstetter plays several
songs.
At the commencement exercis-
es Dean Raymond T. Ferris will
give the Invocation. Following
the Invocation four of B%lboa
High School's honor graduates
will speak on "We Face Today."
Louise Glud will tal,k on "Ten
Years Ago and the Present." and
Roger Kelley will give his speech
on "Drifting Towards Socialism."
Edward Browder will deliver "Ed-
ucation Never Ceases." The last
speech will be "The Future in our
Hands" bv Celeste Powell.
The "51" Class Presiden*. Ter-
ence Ford, will be the final
speaker. He will deliver the tra-
ditional farewell address in which
he will formally announce the
gift that the Class of 1951 will
leave to the school.
Mr. Zlerten .will present the
class and the diplomas will be
awarded by Mr. Roger Colllnge.
Director of Elementary Educa-
tion. The final benediction will
Truman's Plans For 1952 Race
Spark Capital Guessing Game
By GRANT DILLMAN
WASHINGTON, May 30 (UP).
President Truman still is not
saying whether he will be run-
ning for re-election in 1952, but
all the political sign-posts Indi-
cate he is leaning strongly in
that direction.

National Democratic Chairman
William M. Boyle, Jr. added new
fuel to the Capital's most popular
guessing game when he said In
Denver the other day that the
United States' "peace and secu-
rity" will be a big factor in Mr.
Truman's final decision.
Speaking on the eve of the
party strategy conference, Boyle
also predicted that the Republic-
ans would be defeated for the
Kindergartens Plan
Graduation Programs
Graduation programs for the
Pedro Miguel and Gamboa
Kindergartens have been ar-
ranged for Friday.
The Pedro Miguel exercises are
scheduled for 9 a.m. in the play-
shed; Gamboa will present its
program at one p.m.
Parents and friends in both
communities are cordially Invit-
ed.
SHORTS
REAL ANGLER PROVES IT
MEMPHIS, Tenn., (UP).E. C.
Blaydes refused to miss a Sun-
day fishing trip. Over doctor's
protests, he checked out of the
hospital Saturdaythen checked
back in Monday for further
treatment as an automobile crash
victim.
OLD SKULL UNEARTHED
MARLBORO, Mass., (UP).
While digging a trench near his
home, C. Dean Dorchester un-
earthed a human skull estimated
to be at least 275 years old. Ar-
chaeologists who examined It
said it probably was that of an
Indian.
CARS CLEANED FOR 25 YEARS
HALIFAX, N. S., (UP). For
more than 25 years Mrs. Katie
Hector has been In and out of
railway cars, but she hasn't tra-
veled very far. Mrs. Hector is the
only woman railway passenger
car cleaner in Halifax. She has
been on the job for a quarter-
century.
be presented by Rev. Terrence
Mooney, CM.
Those who plan to attend are
again reminded that admission
to the commencement exercises
Is by ticket only.
White House In 1952 if they run
on the issue of General Mac-
Arthur's dismissal.
Mr. Truman has not commit-
teed himself one way or the
other. He told a news conference
some weeks ago that he knows
what he will do, but this is not
the time to announce It. That left
him a lot of room to Jump either
way.
The best indication is that Mr.
Truman has his eye on another
four years in the "world's tough-
est job" ame in his letter of
farewell to David K. Niles, who
is quitting tomorrow as one of
the President's administrative
assistants.
Mr. Truman said that he want-
ed it to be "distinctly understood"
that Niles would visit the White,
House to discuss his future after;
he has had the rest and vacation'
that he is seeking.
Mr. Truman would need Niles,
if he ran again. He was a con-,
tact man, first for President!
Roosevelt and then for Mr. Tru-j
man, with what the politicians,
term the "minorities." These are
the voters belonging to racial or
religious groups, a
They pack *v potent political:
punch, and Niles was unusually I
adept at soothing their com-]
plaints, and wedding them to the1
Democratic cause.
The strongest hints of Mr. Tru-'
man's running again have come
since he dismissed MacArthur
and set off a nationwide con-
troversy and a Senate Investiga-
tion.
Mr. Truman has said that he
is sure that the public opinion
will uphold him when all the
facts are in. He gives every in-
dication of viewing the matter as
a personal challenge perhaps
one which might? best be fought
out at the ballot boxes.
Senator Paul Douglas, pro-
minently mentioned as a Demo-
cratic presidential possibility,
said recently that Mr. Truman
"may feel it necessary" to run
again to champion his Far East-
ern policies.
He said that as recently as
April Mr. Truman Intended to
keep out of the race. But the
MacArthur controversy now had
become so "acute" that Mr. Tru-
man might feel the need to vin-
dicate himself.
Mr. Truman has said repeated-
ly that his greatest single ambi-
tion is to achieve the world peace
and what happens to him per"
sonally is unimportant, if he can
reach that goal.
On the basis of his past per-
formance he probably would
want to lay his case before the
voters in 1952, if he believed that
there was a real threat to what
he thinks is the best way of
achieving world peace.
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Red Cross Revamps
Mobile Canteens
For Korea Service
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 30
Red Cross clubmobile units,
popular during World War II.
are being reactivated for duty
with the troops in Korea, at the
request of the Department o
Defense.
E. Roland Harriman, .Red
Cross president, announced to-
day that 28 mobile canteens
similar to those in use in World
War II are being readied for
Operation in Korea.
The Red Cross, he said, has
been operating a large club and
two email mobile canteen
combinations in the Pusan area
since last November. Military
authorities said their request
for extension of the service re-
sulted from demands by combat
troops. Mobile units were favor-
ed over permanent installations
because of the fluid state of the
war.
General Matthew B. Rldgway,
supreme commander in the Far
last, voiced the approval of sol-
diers in the field for the new
clubmoMles.
The comforts of the front-
line soldier are few. his depriva-
tions many, and I know I express
his feeling that the sight of a
clubmobile will always be wel-
come and lte cheering service
Seatly appreciated," General
dgway said.
By mid-June. Harriman stat-
ed. 60 clubmobile ulrls will loin
the 20 club workers already in
Korea to staff the rolling can-
teens which will operate at air-
fields and with ground units as
close to front Unes as possible
The new clubmobiles will pro-
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Attempt To Impeach
Floridas Gov. Fails
governor to have Impeachment
proceedings brought against him.
Four attempts were made in 1868
and 1872 to oust Gov. Harrison
Reed but all failed.
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., May 30
(UP). A House of Representa-
tives special study committee
recommended that the
impeachment articles Introduced
only six hours earlier against
Florida's Gov. Fuller Warren be
kllled- V A
The committee, named to study
the legal sufficiency of the lm-
preachment proposal, recom-
mended that its unfavorable re-
port be accepted by the House
at once and that the articles be
rejected. .
The articles were Introduced
by Rep. George Okell of Dade
(Miami) County, a former po-
litical crony of Warren. They
listed 11 specific charges in a
bulky, 48-page report.
The sponsor lost an attempt
to postpone until today a final
decision on the articles "in the
interest of fair play."
Okell told the House of Repre-
sentatives he was warned three
times in the past week that if
he went through with the im-
peachment plan, a resolution
would be offered to expel him
from the legislature.
"if that yellow cur wants to
put up that resolution," he said,
"now Is the time..."
The representative did not
identify the person who warned
him.
Warren was reported ."In con-
ference" and even his press sec-
retary said he could not get to
the Governor for comment.
Okell, once a legislative friend
of an advisor to the Governor,
appeared before the study com-
mute for nearly three hours to
argue, pointr-by-polnt, in behalf
of the articles. Of the 11 specific
charges, the group refused to
consider only one that based
on an article in Collier's maga-
zine which said Warren and his
three big campaign contributors
met secretly to "divide up" State
business.
The Impeachment resolution
was laced with exerpts from the
Kefauvcr Senate Crime Report
which charged that Warren
"allowed the power of his office"
to be used by the Capone syn-
dicate to "muscle in" on Miami
Beach gambling.
Principal specific charges al-
leged that Warren:
Falsified his campaign contri-
butions oath, reinstated Sheriff
vide servicemen with free coffee
and doughnuts, recorded music,
stationery, and reading material.
Harriman emphasized that in
accordance with standard Red
Cross policy no charges will be
made food and supplies at any
time. He pointed out that the
Red Cross Club program In Ko-
rea has been operating on this
basis since it began.
In World War n, Harriman
said, no charge for food was
made by mobile units but at
certain large Installations a
nominal below-cost charge was
made for food and lodging at
the direction of the military.
James (Smiling Jimmy) Sullivan
to his Miami office without try- i
ing to determine the truth of
charges against the sheriff,
worked with blgtlme gambling
In the state.
Okell broke with Warren Im-
mediately after the governor
gave Sullivan back his badge
April 9 following a six-month
suspension.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY M, 1M1
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BON VOYAGE PARTY FOR MRS. DEAR
i
Mrs. Frederick Dear, who will be leaving this summer
With Captain Dear and their on to make her home In Cali-
fornia, was honored with a bon voyage party at the Gilbert
House yesterday.
A croup of friends with whom she has worked for many
years in the Cristobal Woman's Club arranged a morning
coffee and handkerchief shower In her honor.
Mrs. R. W. Rubelll, president
of th* club received with the
hon'oree. After the coffee was en-
joyed the president gave Mrs.
Dear a souvenir spoon of Pana-
ma, a picture of the Gilbert
House and the club seal, which
was made by Mrs. Jesse Byrd, as
gifts from the Woman's Club. An
orchid corsag worn by Mrs. Dear
was a gift from the hostesses.
Mrs. H. E. Plhlgren was In
charge of the decorating and ar-
rangements with Mrs. Stanley
Kldd and Mrs. Gordon Karlger,
Mrs. William Orady and members
Of the Board.
The long buffet table was cen-
tered with a bowl of marigolds.
Mrs. Gilbert Morland presided
at the punch bowl and Mrs. Ed-
ward Levy served coffee.
The other club members and
friends who attended the party
were: Mrs. Samuel Roe, Mrs.
Hunter Dare. Mrs. T. A. Aans-
toos, Mrs. Lesleigh Davis, Mrs.
Robert Thomas, Mrs. Leo B.
Freeman, Mrs. Ceclle Parmeter,
Mrs. Lee Nash, Mrs. Humberto
Leignadier, Mrs. Philip Havener,
Mrs. George Engelke. Mrs. Con-
rad Didrickson, Mrs. Anthony
Fernandez, and Mrs. John Dovel.
Friends of the young couple
are Invited to the service which
will take place at the Church of
the Holy Family in Margarita.
Miss Geddes Complimented
with Bridal Shower
. Miss Jane Compton was hostess
for a kitchen shower given Mon-
day evening at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Compton. to honor Miss Patricia
Geddes, whose wedding will take
place this month.
The color scheme of the bride's
kitchen was used in the decora-
tions for the party. The table
was centered with a large cake
with red and white confection
frosting and flanked by red tap-
ers. Small ltchen implements
were used to enclrc'/ the cake
and were later given to Miss Ged-
des as a gift.
The guests included Mrs. Ro-
bert Geddes. mother of the hon-
oree with a group of mothers and
girls from the Senior Class of the
Cristobal High School. They
were: Misses Patty Rudge. Jane
deBoyrie, Helen Kissam, Ruth
Daniels. Colleta Stiebritz," Olga
and Thelma Leignadier, Carol
Harvey. Joan Rlley, Nancy Hau-
ler, Vllma Sasso anfl Becky
Compton.
Also present were: Mr. Milo
Kissam, Mrs. Richard Sullivan
and Mrs. Louis Kaufer. After the
tcifts were opened games were
played and the prizes were won
by Miss Rudge,, Mis Oeddes and
Miss DeBoyrie. .
Mrs. Compton assisted her
daughter with the serving.
Miss Geddes Seta
Wedding Date
Miss Patricia Geddes. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Ged-
des, has chosen Friday. June 22
as the date of her wedding to Mr.
George Flores, son of Mr. John
Flores of Cristobal.
Evening Circle Meeting
The Evening Circle of the Cris-
tobal Union Church met Monday
at the home of Mrs. W. T. Jef-
ferles In Cristobal, with Mrs. Les-
leigh Davis as co-hodtess.
Mrs. F. H. Smith, Jr., served as
chairman and opened the meet-
ing with devotions. Mrs. Philip
Havener gave a book review
"Here I Stand" by Roland H.
Bain ton.
The members present were:
Mrs. R. K. Hanna, Mrs. Alton
Jones, Mrs. J. W. Llmkemann,
Mrs. Carl F. Maedl, Mrs. Mer-
rill Webster, Mrs. Leo B. Free-
man, Mrs. L. C. Palumbo, Miss
Eleanor Farstveet. The following
guests also attended: Mrs. F. H.
Boydston, Mrs. R. G. Bush, Mrs.
J. G. Lusky, and Mrs. John
Crone.
"Harvey" to be Presented
at Gatun
The Broadway comedy hit
"Harvey" will be presented at'the
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COMMENCING TOMORROW!
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Civic Theater at 7:30 p.m., Thurs-
day. May 31.
Tickets are on sale at a dollar
per person or may be purchased
at the door.
Members of the. cast Included
Mr. James Coman, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. A.
S. Hudglns, Mrs. Barbara Cun-
ningham, Jack Randall, Mrs.
Mattle MacAulay and Howard
Wood.
Shipwreck Dance
The Beta Chapter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi 1st sponsoring a "Ship-
wreck Dance" at the Elks Club
Saturday evening.
An evening of fun with Inter-
esting prizes Is promised. Ticket*
may be obtained at the door.
Dinner Dance
The June Dinner Dance will be
held In the ballroom of the Hotel
Washington. Saturday, June 2,
from 7:00 to 12:00 p.m. Dinner
will be served from 6:30 to 8:00
p.m.
The price for the dinner and
dance Is 13.00. Reservations may
be made by calling 3-2118.
IN HOLLYWOOD...
Slumber Party
Barbara Gegg, young daughter
of Mr. Robert Gegg, of Colon,
entertained with a slumber party
at her home last night for Pa-
tricia Trudeau, who Is leaving
next month to make her home
In California.
The girls attended the movies
in the evening and today had a
swimming party and wienie roast.
Those who enjoyed Barbara's
hospitality were: Paula Sullivan
of Panama City, Connie Glass-
burn and Barbara Apster of Bal-
Boa, with Andrea Armstrong, Ju-
dy Tlpton, Sandra Motta and
Maggie Mouynes of the Atlantic
Side.
"Dirty Work at the Crossroads"'
at Coco Solo
"Dirty Work at the Crossroads"
which was enjoyed by a full
house on.the Pacific Side may be
seen by Atlantic Side residents
Saturday evening at the Coco So-
lo Naval Station Theater.
Tickets are a dollar per person
and may be purchased at the
door or by calling Mrs. O. M.
Diehl at 36-8371, Mrs. Thomas
Greenwood, 27-88786, Mrs. L. L.
Koepke, 36-655, or Mrs. Lee Nash.
Gatun, 5-378.
No seats are reserved. The doors
op eant 7:00 p.m. and the curtain
rises at 7:45 p.m.
Shipping &
Air Line News
(Continued from PAGE TWO)
three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Paul R. Forrest and two children.
Mrs. Zelda E. Glassburn and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
T. Halvosa, Jr. and two children;
Capt. and Mrs. Robert 6. Hamil-
ton and son; Mr. and Mrs. Al-
cide R. Hauser and three chil-
dren; Mrs. Rochelle H. Head and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Mack B.
Hicks and two /hildren; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles S. Hollander and
daughter; Dr. and Mrs. Oren G.
Irion; Mr: and Mrs. William 7.
Jensen and four children; Mrs.
Lyda Jones and son; Miss Elena
Korsl; and Mr. and Mrs. G.
Clair Lawrence and three chil-
dren.
Mi. and Mrs. OsborneH. Mac-
Leod; Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Mal-
HOLLYWOOD, (NBA). Eve
Arden sighed from the top of her
sleek hair-do down to the lacquer
on her does over the nation's
gloomy, down at the mouth
movie fans.
It was a long sigh, because
Eve's no pee-wee and It's quite a
distance down her shapely frame.
Even when she wears flat-
heeled shoes.
Besides, Eve puts a lot Into a
sigh and the situation's down-
right critical.
The fans are wilting from sheer
boredom, Eve passed the word
along.
"We've taken their pleasures
aw.ay," Eve sniffed. "Things are
so dull in Hollywood. Nobody
lives in palaces anymore. No-
body takes morphine. Nobody
does anything. It's awful for the
fans."
Maybe It would help If Ava
Gardner jumped Into a swimming
pool at the stroke of midnight
fully clothedEve wouldn't know
but something's got to be done
to keep the housewife movie-goer
from looking like Ned Sparks.
Eve's doing her bit.
It's a drop in the keep-them-
happy bucket and a crater In
her bankroll. She's buying fancy
duds.
"I guess I owe It to people,"
she shrugged.
Eve's bill for hats, gowns, ny-
lons and mink has skyrocketed
since she overheard two girls
talking about her In the lobby of
a Broadway theater a couple of
months ago.
"Hey, lookee," one of the girls
said, "there's Ece Arden wearing
the tame dress she wore to an
opening three weeks ago. This is
a movie star? Phooey!"
Eve walled that she's been
haunted by the girls' doleful
faces ever since.
That's why she argued with the
network pres sagent who asked
her to write an article on how
the average woman would look
sharp as a tack in clothes that
cost peanuts.
Eve put the words together and
showed the piece to her business
manager. She chuckled:
"He read It and gave out a
healthy snort. Arden telling wo-
men how to save money on
clothes."
Eve Isn't passing any medals
around to movie fan magazine
editors for success in cheering up
their readers, either.
"People," she shivered, "are
lng to get sick. How much can
be written about Elizabeth Tay-
ca and son; Mrs. Edith Marlanl
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice L. McCullough and four
children; Mrs. Florence V. Mc-
Elhone and two children; Mrs.
Elsie McLaren and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. McLaughlin,
Jr. and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Russel C. Melssner and two
children; and Mrs. Carrie Moss.
Mrs. Clara Peterson; Miss Con-
chita Pizzirlo; Mr.s. Wllma A.
Poole; Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Presson; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
L. Rankln and three children;
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph W. Ru-
belli and son.
Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Schmidt and two children; Mrs.
Mazle C. Schwarzrock and son;
George E. Shoemaker; Morris B.
Smouse; Mr.s. Ethel B. Staples;
Herbert Staples and two children;
and Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Stevenson and daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. John c. Vareo
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill T. Webster and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh H. White and
three children; Mrs. Iphlgenia
H. White; Mrs. Betty J. Wld-
lund: Les?le E. Wilkinson and
daughter; Miss Virginia B. Wll-
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lor? Why do they write about the
same people all the time? There
are other people in Hollywood.
And I'd be so grateful to see some
new faces on the covers. They ran
Ava Gardner Into the ground for
a while."
Movies may be beter than ever,
but Eve can't say the same for
movie casting.
The name combinations on the
marquees, she let It drop, aren't
making jumpers-for-joy out of
people who want to watch Gary
Cooper breathe hotly down the
neck of a doll with a little ma-
turity.
"There's no more'tltillatlo
casting Interesting people op-
posite each other. It's Fred As-
taire and Jane Powell. Fred As-
taire and Vera-Ellen. No one over
the age of 15 Is going to swallow
this kind of thing. It's Just not
believable.
"There should be a free ex-
change of stars and supporting
players to make Interesting
screen combinations. But studio
contract deals spoil It."
I put Eve on another track:
What about the movie queens
who stand around looking ner-
vous while she reels off the co-
medy Unes that give movie audi-
ences a big laugh?
Had any of them drawn a
sharp fingernail across a maho-
gany table top while looking at
Eve's scalp? ,
Eve didn't think so.
"Of course," she speculated,
"everybody's envious of a good
comedy line. Hmmmmmm. I
wonder."
She thought it over again.
"No, most of them are glad to
have me around. Take Doris Day.
She gets a boot out of what I
do. Doris gives me a look that
says, "This script is a piece of
Umburger, so let's carry on.**
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TO DON WAHNABSENT IN SPRING
To you who knew what love In Spring could be.
Whose hopes survived Experience each time
To coin the Phrase that made a Lover tee
And fool that which he hadn't wit to rhyme;
To yon who drifted with the Winds of Chance
Where (lances lured you Into thinking- of
The strange Enchantment of some new Romance
Which proved the mocking brevity of love;
I say that Spring will never be the same
For wordless folk who counted so on yon,
And other lovers' lines, .Hite limp and lame,
Will never ring so nonchalantly true.
There will be Spring and Poeta who will teU
Of Lore...Bat not so Simply...Or m Well.
June Sayre.
The Broadway Spotlight: After a long and prosperous
treasure-hunt (beyond B way borders) "Okla-homal" returns this
week. It netted over $4 million on a $90,000 investment. Bingo!
. .Three shows that opened one or two seasons ago are still top-
grossers. The sturdy vets are all song-and-dancers: "So Pacific,"
"Kiss Me, Kate" and "Gents Prefer Blondes".. .Most of the critics
echoed their original hoorays for the revival of R. E. Sherwood's
"Idiot's Delight." Ruth Chatterrton and Lee Tracy pace the bl7
tempo knd cllckety-clackety dialog...Shirley Booth has the
longest-running love affair with the critics. Las year thev
crowned her for best distaff performance In a straight play. This
season they ditto's her for a musical, "The Grows In Bklyn"..
When Vivian Blame missed several perfs In "Guys and Dolls.'
her pinch-hltter was Beverly Lawrence, who came through like
DIMagglo.
Between the Acts: Over at Sardl's the other night some show-
folk were trying to figure out who was more responsible for the
success of "South Pacific" and "The King and I"Dick Rodgers or
Oscar Hamniersteiu That," logie'd Jimmv Nelson. "Is the try-
ing to figger what made Man () War a champhis forelegs or
h'ndlets: ...in Llndy's a radio comic was on the pan again...
"What he needs," one knocker said, "is new writers."
"Gwan," edited another, "all he needs is a new whip."
The Clnemagiclans: A melodious dazzler titled "On the Ri-
viera" glitters with, Danny Kaye's glt-gat-gattle gagging.. ."Smug-
glers Island" offers a generally expert adventure with Evelyn
Keyes as the sexpert..."Go for Broke!" is a stirring testimonial
to the valor and patriotism of the. famed Japanese-American
combat team. The original story was written In blood... "The
Fat Man" has a flabby plot.. ."Sealed Cargo" launches a slick
maritime meller. A curvy-cutle named Carla Balenda Is the salt
water taffy. Shape Ahoy!..."The Hills of Ireland." which rates
Erin Go Bravos, tours shamroekville's scenic rainbows. Your orbs
will enjoy the trip... "Outlaw of Texas' Is another Kernel for the
Popcorn Palaces.
The Aristocrats: The Chicago Round Table is one kilocycle
cross-examination that gets past the ears and reaches into the
mind. The word-wallopers never lose their tempers... "The An-
swer Man" -ton NBC) is chockful of fascinating trivia. An oral
version of the Xkingt-I-Never-Knew-Til-Now eolyum. and what-
ever became Of that?.....Hill-billy chants are twanging all over
the dial. Very popular and very dull...There was a rousing
reunion with Harry Riohman on Berle*s Bazaar. The way he
hammed across ballads in hi socko wah-wan style was really
surapln'. I (ueas Harry is stUl good. It's his imitator who ain't
Jacqueline Susann'i Open Door (via WARD) Is human-interest
at its heart-tuggiest... Closeup facial contortions of arla-garglers
(reaching for high ones) make yon titter.
Tune-Pan Alley: The Jukeboxes have a new darling for song-
shoppers. Antonio Martin's "No One But You"...Pattl Pane's coo-
ing of "Ever True Ever More" Is grand for daydreaming... "On Top
of Old Smoky" Is monotony set to music.. .Harry James' trumpet-
tootling shines In "The Sun Comes Out".. .Frankle Lalne and Jo
Stafford make "Pretty-Eyed Baby" orettler.. .Vaughan Monroe's
rendered many good platters. But "Shall We Dance" Isn't one of
them... The ditty titled "Shanghai" has the sort of lyrics that
make you regret the Invention of the alphabet.. .The song. "Won-
derful. Wasn't It "Isn't...Oh, don't miss Francis Whayne's ver-
sion of "Corner to Corner." Harold Mott and Bob Marcu'a latest
bloosee.. .Irving Caesar' new "Frosty Morning" Is Cab Calloway'*
new ace...Then there's the comical newv (by Ben Raleigh and
Hilda Taylor) named: "Three Handed Woman." The heroine of
which Is "right-handed left-handed and underhanded, too!"
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THE COMMISSARY WAT
Balboa. C.Z.
Mall Box Editor.
Within the last day or so the
Commissary announced that gas-
oline prices on the Canal Zone
would be raised from IS cents to
17 cents per gallon because of
an Increase In wholesale prices.
The ink was hardly dry on this
directive when the following ap-
peared from New York under
date of May 17, 1951: "Near the
close of the week gasoline price-
cats spread along the eastern
seaboard. Most of the large oil
companies were In on the one-
to-two cents a gallon cut on tank
wagon prices to dealers who were
expected to pass the savings a-
long to the consumers."
If the commissary didn't want
ato give us the benefit of this cut
'they should have at least permit-
ted the price to remain at 15
cents. What kind of mathemati-
cal legerdemain do we have when
the commissary In all probabili-
ty Is now getting Its gasoline 2
cents cheaper but adds 2 cents to
the old price for the consumer?
Gasoline Gus
THE TEXAS WAY
Mall Box Editor:
You know all this stuff going
on in the Canal Zone isn't going
to bother little 'ole Wayne much
longer.
Little 'ole Wayne's going back
to Texas soon.
Out in Texas If you don't like
what's going on you don't have to
worry about a ship; all you do Is
git on that old cayuse and take
about a three day ride straight
out. By that time things don't
look so bad. so you ride on back
Wayne Morris
Evidence Is now complete to
prove that the Comlniorm ac-
tually Is using Communist news-
men everywhere to draw up a
I global list of writers critical of
the Soviet Union and that
this list will be used for mass
retaliation wherever Red troops
seize political power over the
courts.
American Intelligence services
have cut in on a Radio Moscow
broadcast and thus obtained a
full translation of the orders
given to all affiliates by leaders
of tfte Comlnform'a "Interna-
tional Union of Journalists."
Directives for creation of this
purge-list were radioed out of
Moscow at 4 p. m. on May 15,
In many language's. Brutally to
the point, the orders aid.
"Tne executive committee of
the International Union of Jour-
nalists has recommended that
the journalists who Indulge in
war propaganda and support
weapons of mass extermination
should be brought before inter-
national tribunals as criminals
guilty of war propaganda.. The
Executive Committee has decid-
ed to draw up lists of (such)
traitorous journalists.."
Because there art rusty rents
even In the Iron Curtain, It has
been possibles to learn that this
drive to discredit and Injure the
world's free Journalists was or-
dered because our crusades have
literally Inflicted military dam-
age on the Soviet's apparatus, It
has cost the Russians millions
of dollars In foreign trade and
considerable auantitles of war
materials.
Even now, behind the scenes,
there Is a tense fight to prevent
dollar-hungry American mer-
chants of menace from again
using the luxury fur trade to
throw 110,000,000 into the dol-
lar-starved Soviet- treasury. At
this moment, AFL longsnore-
men are spreading warnings
among the American Fur trad-
ers not to go to the 22nd. Inter-
national Leningrad Fur Auction,
scheduled for July 23.
These warnings by angry
American unionists, who have
brothers still fighting In Ko-
rea, and klniolk whose fighting
days are over under grim fields
of far off war, came swiftly alter
it was learned that the Soviet's
"Sojuspushnlna (Government
Fur Trust) cordially Invites
every furrier to attend this auc-
tion. Goods will be shown on
July 14. 1851."
The longshoremen don't care
what will be shown among the
2,000,000 skins at Leningrad.
They will not unload them in
American ports they say.
And my friends at the Asso-
ciation of Former Political Pri-
soners of Soviet Concentration
Camps will "make book" that
the torture methods used on
trappers to keep them working
and hunting for those millions
of furs, will not be shown on
July 14.
In their efforts to dissuade
the cynical fur merchants, the
Longshoremen's Union delega-
tions are asking why slave labor
goods should be purchased at
the very moment when the U .8.
officially Is trying to cut off
trade with every land in the
Soviet orbit.
These union men plan to ask
the State Dept. not to hand
passports to American mer-
chants bound for Leningrad.
And the AFL wharf workers
point out that all such pur-
chases are "F. O. B." a Soviet
port. What ships will be divert-
ed to these Russian piers to car-
ry back furry luxuries when
cargo holds are scarce on the
runs with munitions, guns and
food to our armies In Europe
and Korea?
There are maritime reports,
passed on to me by the CIO's
National Maritime Union, that
some Korean-bound ships are
port-locked for days because
skilled seamen are snatched by
the dralt boards, leaving many
a Teasel Improperly manned. Yet
there seem to be ships to carry
these Russian slave furs.
No End?
qtie WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DIIW PIAtSON
A Little Learning
By BOB RUARK
Pacific-Siders:
Drive to COLON on FRIDAY
for MOTTA'S
ANNUAL SALE!
The waterfront workers are
weary of excuses. They know
that other Soviet goods are
pouring In so the Russians can
get dollars to pay for military
equipment round the world. On-
ly the other day the Longshore-
men were bitter when they dis-
covered that a big firm had de-
ceived them Into unloading Rus-
sian caviar. The labels had been
scraped off.
Other union men are angered
by the State Dept. s Indiscrimi-
nate Issuance of passports to
those who would do business as
usual with the Soviets. These
people travel abroad to demean
us. On May 11, for example, the
AFL Upholsterers Union leader,
Sal Hoffman, wrote Dean Ache-
ton furiously protesting the
granting of passports to ardent-
ly pro-Communist leaders In his
union field.
These people, Carrie Ellis and
Alex Slrota, are on their way to
Russia via France. Belgium, Ita-
ly, and Czechoslovakia. And If
previous "labor delegations" of
this sort set any precedent, this
couple will soon be on the Mos-
cow Radio to tell the world,
that, really, the Russians are
making apartment houses, not
A-Bombs like us capitalists. But
not a word has Hoffman re-
ceived from Acheson Why?
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
NEW YORK. The Little Red Schoolhouse
has sagged another notch In the formation of
American character. We just had a vote by the
High School Teachers Assn. here that sounds
dreadfully like the unions' portal-to-portal. A
vote on stoppage of extracurricular activities
says the teachers refuse to perform any task
in or out of the classroom beyond the minimum
reouirements of "safety and decency."
We quote some more: "___the association's
board of delegates also banned participation on
any committee related to departmental or school
work... They resolved to adopt a policy of pas-
sive resistance, and non cooperation, should
school officials resort to coercion, legality or
official directives."
Since April of 1950 teachers have refused to
play In outside activities, such as athletics and
stuff, but this is the first time the official stop-
ped on nose-wiping inside the classroom. Na-
turally salaries are Involved, and let's sav right
here that most teachers In most places are
woefully underpaid. But also that I hate the
way they are forcing a few extra bucks.
Flashing back to the dear, dead youth. I re-
call I might be a criminal today except for the
good offices of a Miss Carrie Mae Knight, mar-
ried name unknown. Miss Knight, who then
could have been at least 20 years old! presided
over a 7th grade class that contained the most
ornerv collection of iunlor hoodlums at large.
Including your agent here, who once was placed
In solitary for, talking too much, an 111 that still
afflicts him.
If I ever loved a woman deenly: even at the
age of 12. It was Miss Carrie Mae Knight. She
was sort of pretty-ugly, with red hair and green
eves. When ihe crossed her knees, pink bloom-
ers occasionally peeped: lending a touch of sex
to a class that Included a lout named Shepherd
who was about a vear older that Carrie.
I suppose Miss Knight made some 80 bucks a
month for tht eight months she taught. But
she knew each kid and each kid's parent inti-
mately. She read to us for an hour a day. for
fun magnificent stories that took us all awav
from the drear demands of long'diylslon and
I-before-E-except-after-C. She was the coach
of the baseball team, and one time, when the
left end got knocked silly In a football game,
she filled In capably. She also was good at kiss-
ing games.
As a moral force she objected to our nude
bathing In a nearby creek because It forbade
coeducational refreshment at recess. She sug-
gested we wear bathing suits so the girls could
play, too, and christened the swimming hole by
playing hooky herself, to lead the way for the
female students. We did not delve too deeply
that day Into the problems of American history.
It was being made for us In the crick. Some
call It creek.
Miss Knight spent a great deal more time
outside the class than in It In her attempt to
civilize us. but currycomb us she did. and when
she busted herself up In an airplane later on
she got more sincere attention from her pimply
graduates than was ever commanded by Mr.
Robert Hutchlns. She created fairly responsible
beings out of dubious raw material, and deliver-
ed us ripe for culture Into the domain of Miss
Hetty Struthers. the math shark, and Miss
Emma Martin, the English expert who would
whirl in her tomb if she realized I was making
a living out of commas and paragraphs.
I knew some great ones in high school. Miss
Clifford, who ran the home room like a party.
Red Somethlng-or-Other and Bernlce Domlnlck,
who used to chapetone us on beach picnics. A
fine fat lady v/ho made chemistry fun. A little
lady principal with whom even a freshman could
arg'.ie.^ A Miss Counts who taught business
arithmetic, I think.
We never had a real chance to get to be prac-
ticing hoodlums, and the teachers deprived us
of the chance through their voluntary outside
activities. I will always believe that the extra-
curricular efforts pay off more than what ac-
tually goes on with the three R's Inside the Lit-
tle Red Schoolhouse.
Which Is why I am sentimentally sad to
see that the teachers are playing strict-union
hard ball In their fight for more dough. We
should always have paid them enough to make
them conscious of the fact that what you give
a child of yourself Is worth more than what
they pay vou to pound formal book larnln' Into
his unwilling brain.
Cheerful Scapegoat
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA) For a guy who Is
about tu be given the sack, have his head cut
off, or something. Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son seen.s to be awfully relaxed and enjoying
It. At his most recent press conference he was
Just as full of fun as Price Stabilizer Mike Dl
Salle. He wisecracked at everything. He even
had a visiting delegation of stoical West Ger-
man Bundestag members laughing.
The Get mans are here on a transcontinental
tour to observe the American democratic pro-
cesses In action. Secretary Acheson said the
press conlerence was one of those Institutions.
He said his only regret was that there weren't
any photographers present with their flashbulbs
to make it a full show. Because part of the
training every American public official receives
Is on how to think while sun spots explode In
front of his eves.
Then a reporter asked what about this speech
on Red China that Assistant Secretary Dean
Rusk had made in New York? Did that repre-
sent any change in U. 8. foreign policy?
The Secretary laughed a oulet laugh and
shook his head wearily to let It be known that
he saw that one comlm-. and knew It was load-
ed. But no. the speech was not supposed to
change U. S. policy and he did not think it did.
Well, did the Secretary think that Mr. Rusk's
words were well chosen? a reporter asked. He
ducked that one by saying that he wouldn't
think of commenting on the literary style of a
colleague.
They kicked the ball around on the Rusk
speech for a while without developing anything
new. except that if a cease-fire were arranged,
negotiations for peace would have to be con-
ducted between the Pelolng government, the
United Nations commander in Korea and the
UN Good Offices Committee.
The Secretary was wearing a red (Senator
McCarthv please note) necktie and there was a
Dink (dittoi rose In his lapel. But his suit
matched his hair in a conservative Republican
ray.
Incidentally. Senator McCarthv on Mav 11
said he had inside Information that Secretary
That
Acheson would be fired In three weeks,
would put the deadline around June 1.
But a few days later Secretary Acheson said
that he had enlisted for the duration.
The Secretary's next scheduled ordeal will be
his appearance before the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions and Armed Services Committee. After the
Joint Chiefs of staff get through Generals
Collins and Vandenberg and Admiral Sherman
Acheson is next.
The Republican senators on these committees
are. of course, laying for him. Particularly
Brewster, Bridges, Cain, Hlckenlooper, Knowland
and Wiley.
What they want, of course. Is Acheson's head
on a platter. So do a lot of other people. They
want a personal devil who can be blamed for
the Korean war. the firing of General MaeAr-
thur. the defeats of Chiang Kai-shek, high tax-
es. Inflation and Alger Hiss.
Not being able to get at President Truman,
having failed to convict Defense Secretary
George Marshall or General Omar Bradley, they
have selected Dean Acheson as the most con-
venient goat.
Six months ago this column reported that the
political hatchet men had started out to get
Dean Acheson and the odds were 99 to 100 that
thev would succeed. That still goes, though it
must be admitted that it has taken longer to
chop him down than most of his critics had
thought it would. And he may still fool them,
by sticking It out.
But government officials like Dean Acheson
are considered expendable. Getting rid of him
will satlsfv manv people. Firing him will not.
however, change the problems that confront
this country and the world. And It may not
change the eventual solutions of those problems
If there are anv solutions as much at some
people now think.
It Is noteworthy that the 43 freshmen Repub-
lican congressmen who have most recently de-
manded .cheson's removal presented no pro-
gram of their own for a better foreign policv.
Thev didn't even present anv program at all.
They Just wanted to get rid of Acheson.
Drtw Pearson says: Democrats look for succsssor to Ache-
son; Acheson is GOP's best target; Feud between Taft-
Eisenhower factions will soon come to a head.
WASHINGTON.A group within the Cabinet and the State
Department Policy Committee are working backstage with the
Democratic National Committee to find a successor for Dean
Acheson. They regard their Job as twofold: 1) To convince the
President he ought to let Acheson go for the good of the country.
and party; 2) To find a man to acceptable that HST will buy.
One leader of this group Is Secretary of the Interior Oscar
Chapman, and this was a main topic for discussion behind closed
doors at the Denver Democratic powwow. The formula thi group
has In mind as Acheson's successor It: A progressive, lnternatiorr-
ally minded Republican, vigorous, healthy, and with Congress-
ional experience.
Secretary Chapman, who will deny this vigorously If ques-
tioned, even sounded out one possible candidate before going to
Denver.
OOP'S BEST TARGET
It la no accident that Republican Senators launch a bar- .
rage against Dean Acheson at least once a week. Interspersed
with predictions that he it about to be fired.
For the Republicans have found: 1) That Acheson Is one of
their best political assets; and 2) They are shrewd enough to
know that the more they Jump on him, the longer Truman will
freeze him into office.
It sounds Incredible, but It Is almost axiomatic In the Tru-
man Administration that when you criticize a public official tod
vigorously, you arouse Harry Truman's fighting instincts and
Insure that he will stay on Indefinitely. That's what happened
v/hen I went after General Harry Vaughan.
Inside fact Is that Acheson had told the President last year
that he wanted to retire. There was even talk that he would step
out around Jan. 1. But MacArthur's tragic reversal In North v
Korea occurred In November-December, followed by British
Prime Minister Attlee's hurried trip to Washington.
After this crisis had cooled, It again looked as if Acheson
were ready to retire. But suddenly the MacArthur debate burst-
loose.
And by now the Republicans realize that he Is their best
Sjlitlcal target and they are determined to keep hammering at
Im: First, because it pays political dividends; Second, because
it's the best way to make sute that Harry Truman keeps their
political target on target. Once the President removes that tar-
get from the pollitcal horizon, there will be walling and gnashinsj
of teeth Inside the GOP.
HOLLYWOOD SENATOR
A ghost writer with Hollywood ambitions Is one reason why
Sen. Alex Wiley of Wisconsin has suddenly changed character
from a Jovial Jokester to a baiter of Gen. Omar Bradley.
The ghost writer Is Julius Cahn, supplied to the Wisconsin
Senator by the Republican National Committee at his secretary.
Cahn writes Wiley's speeches, asked questions for him at the
Kefauver Committee, and even produced a movie skit of the
Senator. *
Before the MacArthur hearings, 8enator Wiley was chiefly
famous as an expert on Wisconsin cheese and a mild foreign-
relations follower of the late Sen. Arthur Vandenberg. But, sine
being coached In the Hollywood technique, he has bristled forth
as a baiter of generals.
TAFT VS. IKE
The bitter feud between the pro-Taft and pro-Elsenhower
factions Inside the Republican Party so far has been carefully
concealed. However, the current struggle for convention dele-
gates will soon force both factions out Into the open.
The fight for Texas's 37 delegates to the Republican conven-
tion Is typical of the undercover contest between the friends of
Taft and Ike, which is taking place in practically every state
of the Union.
Elsenhower spokesman in Texas Is Houston's wealthy oilman.
H. J. "Jack" Porter, a long-time personal friend of Ike's and
a big contributor to the GOP. Porter has been quietly lining up
delegates and is In frequent touch with Pennsylvania's astute
Sen, Jim Duff, unofficial captain of the pro-Elsenhower forces.
In recent weeks, however, Porter's well-laid plans have been
tnrown out of gear by Republican National Committeeman Henry
Zwiefel of Fort Worth, who Is passing out word that he's sup-
porting Ike, and that he, not Porter, has been selected to round
up Elsenhower support.
The conflict between Porter and Zwiefel has thrown confu-
sion into Republican ranks and plays Into the hands of the pro-
Taft Republicans. Furthermore, what only a handful of top Re-
publicans know Is that Zwiefel Is secretly committed to support
Taft. He made this definite commitment on January 25 when he
was In Washington for a meeting of the Republican National
Committee.
MARGARETS EUROPEAN TRIP
The thing that tickles the President most about his daugh- .
lor' trip to Europe Is that she Is paying her own way.
"She worked hard for this vacation and earned it," proud
Papa Truman told Rep. Overton Brooks of Louisiana. "I'm de-
lighted for her sake that she Is going, but I'm proudest of the
fact that she made It possible all by herself."
"She's a great girl and will make an excellent ambassadress
c good will wherever she goes," said Brooks.
"She'll be a typical American, you can bank on that," replied
Margarets father.
when the Louisiana Congressman suggested that it would-be
"a good idea to let Margaret blaze the way for a trip to Europe
yourself," the President replied that his plans for the rest of
the year were still indefinite. It Is known, however, that he has
been considering such a trip.
NORTH KOREAN PRISONERS
It* a regrettable but Inescapable fact that friction Is lncreas-
na between Korean President Syngroan Rhee and Gen. Matt ',
Rldgway.
Latest friction has been Rhee's nagging at Rldgway to free .
35,000 North Korean prisoners of war to Join the South Korean !
Army and to help with the spring farming in South Korea. These
prisoners have been screened by a South Korean Inspection team, '
appointed by Minister of Defense Lee Kee Bung, who reported
that of the 144.000 North Koreans In U.N. prison camps, 35.000
have either reformed or were not Communists in the first place.
However, the Americari ground forces commander in Korea
Lt. Gen. James Van Fleet, rejected the report and refused to
lelease a single North Korean. Van Fleet warned that he'did !
not trust th North Koreans, that If 35,000 were released, the i
Allies may have to capture them all over again. He was backed
up In his decision by General Rldgway.
President Rhee replied that the 35,000 had been carefully !
screened, that most of them had been forced Into the North '
Korean Army by Communiset officials. He also argued that they
were sorely needed on South Korean farms, and offered to spy '
on them secretly while they worked to make sure they were loygl !
Nevertheless, Rldgway refused to take any chances on free-
ing North Koreans who might return to fight against our troop '
again.
(Copyright, 1951, by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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Aumenta la resistencia
comunista en el frente
"Slo la Corte Suprema es
competente para juzgar a
los Ministros de Estado"
Peticin respaldada por notables juristas
de la Repblica se hace al Procurador (ral.
Una peticin en el sentido
de que la Corte Suprema tiene
competencia privada para co-
conocer de las causas por delios
cometidos por los Ministros de
Estado ha sido presentada al
Procurador General de la Na-
cin, que est respaldada por
opiniones de los juristas ms
notables de la Repblica.
Esa peticin es como sigue:
Sr. Procurador:
Yo. CARLOS N. BRIN, pana-
meo, mayor de edad, vecino
de esta ciudad, con todo respe-
to manifiesto a Ud. lo siguien-
te.
1Me encuentro detenido en
la Crcel Modelo a rdenes del
Sr. Fiscal Segundo del Tribunal
Superior del Distrito Judicial,
segn se me ha informado;
2Se me ha informado asi-
mismo que mi detencin la ha
ordenado dicho funcionarlo en
relacin con la Investigacin
que se adelanta para determi-
nar la responsabilidad que pue-
da caberme, como Ministro de
Estado, por violacin de la
Constitucin Nacional..
Ahora bien, de acuerdo con
el aparte 9o. del Artculo 74 de
la Ley 61 de 1946, toca a la
Corte Suprema de Justicia co-
nocer privativamente y en una
sola Instancia "de las causas
por delito o faltas cometidas
por los Ministros de Estado".
Por tanto, pido a Ud. respe-
tuosamente que tome las me-
didas conducentes para que
este asunto pase, como lo ha
previsto la Ley, al conocimien-
to de la Honorable Corte Su-
prema de Justicia.
Carlos N. Brin.
"La presencia del Comandante Remn
frente a la Polica Nacional es un
problema para la Administracin"
Dice en vibrante carta el vr. E. Rirfer A.
Secretario Privado d%l Presidente Arosemena
El Dr, Eduardo Ritter A., Secre-
tario Privado del Presidente Alci-
biades Arosemena, envi ayer una
carta al columnists Mario Au-
gusto de el tabloide LA HORA. La
carta en referencia dice asi:
"Amigo Mario Augusto:
En tu columna de ayer repro-
duces conceptos mos sobre los
Jefes de la Polica Nacional. No
es menester perspicacia para a-
divinar que a esa reproduccin
la anima el propsito de auscul-
tar mi modo de pensar sobre un
{iroblema que hace das constl-
uye tema Invariable de tus gi-
les crnicas.
He sostenido, con inque-
brantable firmeza, que cuan-
do el doctor Daniel Chanis
Jr. se vio impelido a aban-
donar el Palacio por' la pre-
sin de las armas, la civili-
dad panamea recibi sae-
tazo mortal. Y he sosteni-
do tambin que Arnulfo
Arias, en forma apresurada-
mente codiciosa, liquid el
primer intento de imponer
la hegemona civil en Pana-
mas* a la Pgina $, Columna J)
Telegrama al Pdte.
enva doa Teresa
Lpez de Vallarino
La distinguida Intelectual pa-
namea, Doa Teresa Lpez de
Vallarino, y una de las mas pro-
minentes luchadoras de la gran-
diosa gesta civlca que conquist
su primer triunfo el 10 de Mayo
ha enviado al Presidente Consti-
tucional de la Repblica, don Al-
cibades Arosemena, el siguiente
telegrama:
Excelentsimo Seor,
Don Alciblades Arosemena,
Presidente de la Repblica.
Por la alta categora de sus
convicciones y por la honradez
a todas luces con que lucha por
sustentarlas y mantenerlas, con
la nica mira de ayudar a la
redencin y reivindicacin de
nuestra tierra, el DR EDUAR-
DO RITTER AISLAN es VR-
TICE de ese Panam que se es-
t reintegrando al caler y al
impulso de hombres y mujeres
decididos por una incontenible
fuerza patritica.
Atentamente,
TERESA LOPEZ DE VALLARI-
Los aguaceros han
impedido el apoyo
de la fuerza area
Estados Unidos estar ahora
moralmente obligado a votar
B. 20.000.000 para terminarla
El Gobierno Nacional destl- fest que se hallaba complacl-
TOKIO, Mayo SO comunistas lograron detener el
avance de las fuerzas de las Na-
ciones Unidas en casi todo e
frente de 120 millas en Corea.
Los rojos hicieron frente a lo
largo de una linea entre cinco
> ocho millas al norte del Para-
lelo 38 desde el sur de Vonchon
en el oeste hasta Yanggu-uJe
al este de la represa de Hwa-
chon.
Los comunistas abrieron fue-
go contra las tropas de las Na-
ciones Unidas con artillera "ie
1US milmetros y morteros.
La lluvia Impidi que la fucr-
7u area aliada le diera el apo-
yo adecuado a las tropas de in-
fantera.
Los observadores areos in-
formaron que los comunistas es-
tn enviando refuerzos a las li-
neas de combate desde su
"tringulo de hierro" en Cho*-
won-Kumhwa y Pyongang de-
trs del frente comunista.
Los bombarderos livianos y los
aviones de combate se unieron
para atacar a ms de 880 ve-
hculos comunistas que estaban
llevando refuerzos y abasteci-
mientos hacia el sur durante la
noche, destruyendo-por lo me-
nos 60 vehculos.
Los Informes del frente pre-
sentan ste panorama:
Frente Occidental: Un regi-
miento comunista debidamente
atrincherados en posiciones en
los carros a ambos lados de la
(Pasa a la Ptina . Col 1)
nar diez millones de balboas
para los trabajos de la Ca-
rretera Interamericana, segn
manifest' en la maana de
hoy el Ministro de Obras P-
blicas, Ing Norberto Navarro.
Con esta suma, que ser la
participacin de Panam a la
obra, el Gobierno de los Es-
tados Unidos estar moralmen-
te comprometido a aportar 20
millones de balboas con los cua-
les prcticamente se terminar
la carretera desde Chlrlqu has-
ta Rio Hato.
"El Ministro Navarro mani-
do de trabajar en un gabine-
te que estaba dispuesto a ac-
tuar y que con tanto entusias-
mo habla acogido ei plan de
adelantar la Carretera Inter-
americana, en la cual se po-
drn emplear muchos obreros
panameos.
Como Informamos en nues-
tra edicin de ayer, el Go-
bierno Nacional har una emi-
sin de bonos para consolidar
la deuda Interna que asciende
a mas de diez millones de bal-
boas y como la emisin ser
i P* a la ptina columna 6>
A las 3 p.m. inicia sus
sesiones la Asamblea
Ex-Agente de la Polica Nal.
mat a tiros a un sujeto e
hiri a otro en Changuinola
ALMIRANTE, mayo 29. (Co-
rresponsal). Antonio Serra-
no, muri victima de un ba-
lazo que le dispar Ernesto Vic-
toria en Changuinola el sbado
en la noche.
Habeas Corpus en
beneficio del seor
Cmo. Rodrguez
H Licenciado Samuel Quin-
tero Jr. present esta .manan:.
un recurso extraordinario de
Habeas Corpus, en favor del S:.
Guillermo Rodriguez, "Galillo",
quien se encuentra detenido a
rdenes del Fiscal Segundo ilel
Primer Distrito Judicial. Lie.
Carlos Augusto Lpez, a raz de
los sucesos polticos que conmo-
vieron a la Repblica, duran-
te la primera semana del mes
de mayo.
El Lie. Samuel Quintero Jr.,
Inform a este diarlo que hao'a
fundado su recurso en el pro-
nunciamiento de la Corte Su-
prema dictado ayer, en relacin
n el recurso de Habeas Cor-
pus presentado en favor del In-
geniero Enrique Linares Jr.,- y
(**asa a la Pf. , Col. I)
Testigos presenciales dicen
que Victoria hizo dos disparos,
uno de los cuales quit la vi-
da a Serrano y el otro hiri
de gravedad a Romn Herrera.
La ambulancia del hospital
de la Chlrlqu Land Company,
ue despachada a Changuinola
tan pronto la polica la soli-
cito y fue trado el cadver
de Serrano para la prctica de
la autopsia y al herido Herre-
ra para su hospitalizacin.
Segn la versin de los tes-
tigos, parece ser que se form
una trifulca en una de las fin-
cas ubicadas en Changuinola y
tuvo que Intervenir la polica
para cpnducir detenidos a va-
rios de los revoltosos. Cuando
la polica haba abandonado el
lugar de los disturbios, otros
sujetos siguieron causando mo-
lestias y provocando al pana-
meo Ernesto Victoria, ex-a-
gente de polica, quien al verse
atacado por los del grupo, sac
un revlver e hizo los disparos.
Victoria est detenido a r-
denes de la autoridad compe-
tente y tos mdicos de la Chl-
rlqu Land Co., practicaron la
autopsia al cadver de Serra-
no, para dar cumplimiento a
los requisitos de la ley pro-
cedimentaL
Un muestra de la
dictadura militar
BUENOS AIRES, mayo .
(VPj. La seora Eva de Pe-
rn calific de "Dios" a su es-
poso el General Juan Dominico
Pern al recibir a los japone-
ses que residen en la Argenti-
na, quienes visitaron el Pala-
cio para pedir al Presidente que
acepte la reeleccin.
La seora Pern dijo: "No
habra Eva Pern sin Pern, pe-
ro Pern puede existir sin Evi-
ta y sin nadie. Para nosotros es
un "Dios", ya que no podemos
concebir el cielo sin Pern; es
nuestro sol, nuestro aire, nues-
tra agua, nuestra vida y nues-
tro pueblo. Slo hay un Pern".
El Presidente dijo a los Ja-
poneses que se dar acogida a
todos los japoneses que deseen
radicarse en Argentina y que
se recibirn con agrado los bar-
cos japoneses que lleguen a
Buenos Aires.
nSin civilidad la democracia
es una caricatura enmarcada
en las bayonetas".D. Chanis
"La Dictadura del Cuartel slo ha cambiado
de disfraz".- Agrega el Ex Presidente
En Noviembre de 1949 en uso de un derecho legti-
mo y creyendo que el poder civil estaba sobre el poder
militar, decret la separacin del Comandante Primer Jefe
de la Polica Nacional. La
reaccin de ste no se hizo
esperar. Fu sa la prueba de-
cisiva de que en Panam
mandan los fusiles, los cascos
y las ametralladoras.
No puede existir rgimen
civil donde un Presidente no
-puede remover a un oficial
de la Polica, y donde un Jefe
del Estado no tiene siquiera
el privilegio de escoger su
propia guardia presidencial.
Si el Dr. Arnulfo Arias pa-
ra satisfacer- sus apetitos no
le import con la civilidad,
el Presidente Arosemena, cu-
yo ascenso lo precedieron
Smbolo de la civilidad dieciocho muertos y cien he-
ridos, tiene el deber de poner en ejercicio el ideal por el
que se derram tanta sangre panamea.
Creo haber demostrado hasta la saciedad que soy
hombre sin ambiciones personales, sin otro anhelo que el
binestar de la Repblica. Perd la Presidencia por creer en
la civilidad y mientras aliente sangre en mis venas y vigor
en mi espritu ser un defensor firme de los principios sin
los cuales la democracia es una caricatura enmarcada en
bayonetas.
El Presidente Arosemena est en el poder por el que-
rer de un pueblo civilista. Su deber es no defraudarlo. Si
l no est en capacidad de establecer un cuerpo policivo
de su absoluta confianza, la dictadura del cuartel slo ha
cambiado de disfraz y ha sido intil la sangre derramada
en la gloriosa jornada del 10 de Mayo.
Dr. Daniel Chanis
Asistir el Presidente
acompaado de los
Ministros de Estado
La Asamblea Nacional Inicia-
r maana a las tres de la
tarde el periodo extraordinario
de sesiones para las cuales ha
sido convocada por el rgano
Ejecutivo mediante decreto de
gabinete que fue firmado en
sesin que tuvo lugar anoche.
La sesin de maana ser
protocolar, y a ella asistir el
Presidente de la Repblica, don
Alcibiades Arosemena. acompa-
ado de los miembros de su
Gabinete, para leer personal-
mente el Mensaje Presidencial.
Entre las facultades que el
Presidente pedir a la Asam-
blea, estn las siguientes:
aLey de Facultades Extra-
ordinarias, con inclusin, entre
otros, de los siguientes acpi-
tes:
Reorganizacin de la Admi-
nistracin Pbsca para refun-
dir servicios, eliminar cargos
Intiles y realizar todas las eco-
nomas que se estimen Indis-
pensables para el reajuste pre-
supuestarlo;
Reduccin del costo de la
(Pasa a la Pag t>. col.
Ms protestas
Mayo 28 de 1951
6irector d
L PANAMA AMERICA
Panam
Editorial de "La Nacin" del
6 de los corrientes, por medio
del ra I ei citase a la ciudada-
na a suprimir la vida suya y
la de su hermane doctor Ar-
nulfo Arias, merece implacable
condena fuerzas vivas paia a la
vea pugna tica periodstica
mancha dignidad y buen nom-
bre de nuestra Repblica. U-
me de consiguiente enrgicas
protestas por tan vandlica In-
sinuacin.
Luis D. Vlh P.,
DAVID, mayo de 1951. (Co-
rresponsal). El editorial de
"La Nacin" que trasluce sen-
timientos tabernarios en su au-
tor (causa desagrado entre las
personas sensatas, que hemos
reconocido siempre la inter-
vencin patritica del doctor
Harmodio Arias en les proble-
mas fundamentales de nuestra
Repblica.
Cuando la pasin poltica ba-
ya pasado, todos Ids' paname-
os tendremos que reconocer
que hay que agregar un nombre
ms a la lista de nuestros pro-
ceres.
El de aqueUos que comple-
mentaron nuestra Independen-
cia con un tratado como el sus-
crito por Panam eon los Es-
tados Unidos en el ao de 1936.
Conflicto de jurisdiccin
pone en difcil situacin .
a los Jueces del Circuito
Los menores de 18 aos han sido puestos a.
rdenes de un tribunal que no funciona
Dos jueces del Circuito, el
Cuarto y el Quinto, se han di-
rigido mediante nota al Minis-
tro de Gobierno y Justicia plan-
tendole un delicado problema
de procedimiento surgido con
motivo de la vigencia de la
Ley que crea el funcionamiento
de los Tribunales Tutelares de
Menores.
La ley en mencin quit a
los Jueces del Circuito la Ju-
risdiccin de todos los casos de
menores de 18 anos y se h dl
al Tribunal Tutelar. Dicho Tri-
bunal no se ha instalado an
y se da el caso de que en la
Crcel Modelo de esta ciudad
continan detenidos muchos
menores de edad y prctica-
mente no existe Tribunal que
Juzgue sus casos.
Sobre este particular el Juez
Cuarto del Circuito, don Ma-
nuel Burgos, dirigi la siguien-
te comunicacin al Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia.
"Seor Ministro de Gobierno
y Justicia.
Presente.
En el Juzgado a mi .cargo
IV del Circuito cursan vario*
Juicios en que aparecen pro-
cesados menores de 18 anos
de edad. De conformidad con
la Ley 24 de 19 de febrero l-
timo, los funcionarlos Judicia-
les han perdido la Jurisdiccin
en todos los casos en que apa-
rezcan complicados menores de
18 aos de edad. La Ley men-
cionada est vigente.
"A rdenes de mi juzgado se
encuentran varios menores de
18 aos detenidos"
"Tengo conocimiento que y
ha sido designado el Juez a que
se refiere la Ley mencionada y
tambin tengo conocimiento que
el Juzgado dicho no est fun-
cionando".
"Estamos los Jueces en una
situacin difcil, por' lo que
ruego al seor Ministro, ago-
tar los recursos del caso a efec-
to de solucionar la situacin
creada".
"En espera de pronta resolu-
cin, me es grato suscribirme
del seor Ministro atentamente,
M. Burgos,
Juez Cuarto del Circuito".
El Juez Burgos Inform a la
prensa que haba sugerido al
Asesor Jurdico del Ministerio
de Gobierno la convocatoria da
una reunin ds Jueces v Magis-
trados para encontrarle una so-
lucin al problema.
"Conmocin innegable existe por el
desequilibrio entre las fuerzas
civiles y militares de la Repblica"
"Los negocios particulares temen exponer
su capital sin seguridad de orden civil,
declara el Licenciado Heliodoro Patino
Editorial


La gesta cvica no ha terminado an
ii
Al comentar ayer la protesta noble y justicie-
ra de la prensa localde que prontamente se ha
hecho eco la prensa extranjeray el rechazo un-
nime de la ciudadana consciente, por la excitativa
reiterada, cobarde y procaz que se hizo en el pe-
ridico publicado por la empresa que hasta hace
pocas horas presidi el Comandante en Jefe de las
Fuerzas Armadas para que se asesinara a dos ex-
Presidentes de la Repblica, se demostr en nota
editorial que la comunidad panamea vive en es-
tado de inquietud, de alarma, y de angustia, por-
que sabe que la jornada cvica del 10 de Mayo se
ha cumplido slo a medias, ya que el pas sigue
sometido a una gola y exclusiva voluntad, que no
es otra que la de la persona que tiene fsicamente
en sus manos las armas que se le encomendaron
para que amparara y defendiera la honra, la vida
y el bienestar de la Repblica.
Se demostr tambin que el xito parcialy
slo parcial que afortunadamente pudo conseguir-
se entonces se debi a la actitud firme y levantada
del Segundo y Tercer Comandantes de la Polica
Nacional, quienes en el ltimo instante oyeron el
clamor patritico e insistente de un pueblo inde-
fenso que exiga el cumplimiento estricto de la
Constitucin y de las leyes.

No se explic ayer cmo se puso de relieve la
complicidad del Comandante en Jefe de la Fuerza
Pblica, an en los ltimos instantes de esa jorna-
da cvica, para que se desobedeciesen la Constitu-
cin, las leyes, las providencias adoptadas por la
Asamblea Nacional y los mandatos que la razn y
la prudencia en todas las formas y maneras exi-
gan.
No se explic que la Asamblea Nacional en
la noche del 9 de Mayo orden expresamente al
Comandante en Jefe de las Fuerzas Armadas que
notificara al Presidente titular que haba sido sus-
pendido en sus funciones. Ni se explic tampoco
que esa orden fue desobedecida.
No se explic que el Presidente Titular dur-
mi esa noche en su residencia particular, alejado
de la guardia presidencial, as que no haba peligro
alguno para que el Primer Comandante se acer-
cara a notificarle la orden impartida por la Asam-
blea Nacional.
No se explic que en la maana del da si-
guiente, a despecho y por encima de esa orden
(Pasa a la Pag. . Cei editorial)
El Licenciado Heliodoro Pa-
tino, director de RENOVACIN
POPULAR AUTENTICA, el par-
tido politico de mayor arrastre
y mejor organizacin en el Dis-
trito capital, nos ha hecho las
siguientes declaraciones:
"Frente a la emocin lnme-
gable que vive actualmente
nuestro pueblo, producida por el
desequilibrio entre las fuerzas
civiles y militares del pals, con
el predominio de las ltimas so-
bre las primeras, hasta lograr
la parlisis casi total de las
Inversiones de capital en acti-
vidades de comercio o indus-
trias, se agigante el problema
de la falta de trabajo. La so-
lucin no puede vislumbrarse
en un futuro inmediato por
el creciente temor Justificado
de. los negocios particulares a
exponer capital sin seguridades
de orden civil. Se pierde en el
vacio el llamamiento del Ejecu-
tivo para efectuar las activida-
des econmicas, mientras no se
logre la solucin del problema
medular que agita la conciencia
y los sentimientos del paname-
o. Va expres el 16 de los co-
rrientes que hasta tanto estd
ocurra, nuestro partido se man-
tendr en reservada posicin de
alerta y brindar su concurso
desinteresado al actual gobier-
no cuando sea una realidad el
goce pleno de una civilidad ab-
soluta, como base fundamental
de decencia y de honestidad ad-
ministrativas en trnsito hacia
el progreso definitivo de la Pa-
tria. Esa civilidad se alcanza-
r cuando el respeto a la Ley,
al Derecho y a la Justicia im-
peren de nuevo en nuestra Re-
pblica, y las luchas de veinte
siglos de civilizacin cristiana
para encauzar la vida de los se-
res humanos en este mundo,
por el respeto mutuo entre los
hombres no sea en vano." ,,
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23,300
Se teme q' 82 personas hayan
fallecido en una explosin
subterrnea en Inglaterra
EASINGTON, Inglaterra, ma-
yo 30. (UP). Se teme que 82
personas hayan perecido a con-
secuencia de una gran explo-
sin a 300 metros bajo tierra
que destruy el tnel de una
de las mayores minas de car-
bn de Inglaterra.
Hasta ahora se han Identi-
ficado 16 cadveres y "no han
sido localizados" 66 mineros de
los 81 mineros que estaban en
el tnel cuando ocurri la ex-
plosin.
Los grupos de auxilio resca-
taron 14 cadveres de entre los
escombros en el tnel, y el ni-
co minero rescatado con vida
Matt William, de 19 aos-
falleci horas despus en el
hospital local a consecuencia de
las heridas y quemaduras que
recibi, y un miembro de los
irupos de rescate falleci al o-
currlx un desplome en la parte
del tnel en que estaban tra-
bajando.
Se dictar hoy
conferencia en
la Universidad
Esta tarde a las seis dictar
una conferencia en la Univer-
sidad de Panam, el destacao
intelectual haitiano Dr. Pirra
Moravian Morpeau, sobre a li-
teratura haitiana de exprs!ap
francesa y la expresin criolla.
Dado lo sugestivo del tema y
ia personalidad del autor, se
espera una numerosa concu-
rrencia.
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terminante, el Jefe de las Fuerzas Armadas excit
en forma categrica y vehemente, por conduelo
de "La Estrella de Panam," a que se diese apoyo
y re :; o irresrictos al gobierno del Dr. Arnulfo
Arias.
No se explic ayer que en las declaraciones
que hizo el Comandante en Jefe a los corresponsa-
les de la prensa extranjera de manera enftica y
definitiva hizo constar que el presidente no era
otro que el Dr. Arnulfo Arias.
No se explicaunque la explicacin es muy
clarapor qu razn o motivo los allegados al Pre-
sidente Arosemena insistan con calor y con vehe-
mencia en que no deba l acercarse a los cuarteles
y mucho menos concurrir al Palacio de las Garzas,
porque ste estaba ocupado por la guardia presi-
dencial, a pesar de que no estaba all el Presiden-
te Titular por haber pasado la noche en su resi-
dencia particular.
No se explic que esa misma maana se dieron
instrucciones perentorias y precisas a las Secciones
de Polica para que acataran y cumplieran las r-
denes que en el interior de la Repblica impartie-
ran las autoridades que representaban el gobierno
del Dr. Arnulfo Arias, instrucciones que vinieron
a ser supeditadas en la tarde de ese da por la in-
tervencin cvica y oportuna del Segundo y Tercer
Comandantes de la Polica Nacional.
Ni se ha explicado tampoco y esto es muy
grave el eplogo trgico y fatal de esa actitud
ambigua del actor encubierto que dej en extrema
confusin y angustia mental a los pundonorosos
oficiales que estaban al frente de la guardia presi-
dencial. A stos se les hizo rendir pleitesa y ho-
nores a quien crey ser el Presidente Titular esa
misma maana memorable; se les transmitieron
despus otras rdenes acaso vagas, entrecortadas,
confusas que les hicieron sentir que ya no se ac-
tuaba con decisin y firmeza. Entregados de tal
suerte a la vacilacin y a la duda, estos pundo-
norosos oficiales fueron inmolados sin que el pas
se explique todava qu hizo su jefe y "amigo,"
que no quera acercarse l mismo por el Palacio de
las Garzas, por salvarlos del trgico fin.

Pero si fue de fatdicas y luctuosas consecuen-
cias la vacilacin y complicidad de quien, hasta el
ltimo momento, se empeaba en divorciarse de la
Die 'id ura ya proclamada, de no menos grave tras-
cendencia para el civismo panameo ha de ser la
permanencia en el comando de los institutos arma-
dos, de este personaje.
Por que el pas sabe que el mximo problema
cvico que ahora contempla el Gobierno del Presi-
dente Arosemena es el de asegurar unas elecciones
libres y honradas, desprovistas de violencia, frau-
de o amenaza. Y cmo puede el pas y los Jefes de
Partidosni an pecando por exceso de credulidad
y bonhomaimaginarse por un momento siquiera
que pueda hacerse efectivo este noble anhelo del
Presidente Arosemena, si las rdenes que impar-
ta la autoridad civil van a ser ignoradas o tergiver-
sadas por el Supremo Jefe militar? No ha visto ya
el pas al que debiera ser agente ejecutor de las
rdenes impartidas, convertido en juez de nuestras
contiendas polticas? No lo ha visto prestndose
al desconocimiento de dos Constituciones, listo a
derrocar a dos Presidentes de la Repblica, e im-
poner, con la ametralladora en la mano, un ulti-
mtum de rendicin a quien representaba el sm-
bolo de la civilidad y la ms alta Magistratura y
a quien le haba jurado meses antes la lealtad de
las armas de la Repblica?
*
"Por eso el pueblo repite, con una mezcla de
dolor, de protesta y de vergenza, lo que es hoy la
realidad inaplazable: que la jornada cvica se ha
cumplido slo a medias y aue su cu'ininp"'M liri-
ca no es necesario siquiera mencionarla porque
los hechos la sugieren por s solos."
En la edad de la mquina -----------------------------------
reo
Por LUIS DE ZULETA
Ciertas coincidencias son muy
signnicativas. Hay un tema que,
ioy tji un peridico, maana
en otro, sin que se sepa por
qu, est apareciendo constan-
temente en la prensa norte-
americana.
Hace algunos das, ese tema
me llam la atencin en uno
de los ltimos nmeros de 'The
Heporter'. En la lmina de la
portada, sobre el rondo de una
ciudad, al amanecer, rodeada
de todos los medios de defensa
antiarea, se destaca la figu-
ra de un hombre civil, envuel-
to en un recio gabn, con un
casco sobre la frente, y unos
gemelos en la mano, que est
observ ando Inquietamente el
cielo. Ya no es un Joven; ve-
terano quiz de la pasada gue-
rra, es en la guerra venidera
un ciudadano pacifico que se
ve obligado a dejar su oficina
o su taller para prestar ser-
vicios auxiliares en la protec-
cin de su propia comarca.
Qu mira con tanta insisten-
cia ese buen hombre, uno en-
tre millones? Qu trata de des-
cubrir entre las nubes ese po-
bre personaje de la tercera gue-
rra mundial...? Al pie del gra-
bado aparece el titulo del ar-
ticulo principal Inserto en esa
entrega de la revista neoyorqui-
na: "La carrera de los proyec-
tiles dirigidos".
Los proyectiles dirigidos van
a ser el arma caracterstica de
la guerra futura. El ltimo n-
mero de "Time" traia, a su
vez, en la cubierta una tira
amarilla con el mismo rtu-
lo: 'Proyectiles Dirigidos'. 'Gui-
ded Missiles'. A ellos est de-
dicada, en efecto, su seccin
'ciencia', puesto que, como el
propio semanario afirma, esta-
mos en la poca de las armas
'dirigidas', de las armas sin
ca y no volv a entenderme
con nada que se relacionara con
dicha cuota. Queda pues, acla-
rado que, desde el mes de no-
viembre prximo pasado, qued
desligada por completo del co-
bro de la cuota poltica. Por lo
tanto, el seor Cont Fernn-
dez no debi nunca hacer men-
cin de mi persona, en 'un in-
tento vano de salvarse de la
responsabilidad que le cabia,
pues bien sabe l, por habr-
selo manifestado en repetidas
ocasiones y delante de testigos,
lo mismo que a mi Jefe inme-
diato la pesar de que este l-
timo no tuvo nunca nada que
ver en este asunto), que era
mi deseo que l. Cont Fer-
nndez, encargara a otra per-
sona para el recibo de esos di-
neros, ya que con ello no con-
segua yo otra cosa que mo-
lestias intiles.
El seor Mario Cont Fernn-
dez agrega en su declaracin,
que "la mayora de las veces
(Pasa a la Pg. S. Col. II
hombre que las sustente. Y a-
hora otra expresiva coinci-
dencia la revista Visin', edi-
tada tambin en Nueva York,
llega" con un primer articulo
anunciado con estos llamativo!
epgrafes: "La guerra controla-
da desde el tablero elctrico.
Proyectiles dirigidos electrni-
camente...!"
Como se ve, la atencin p
blica en los Estados Unidos, y
an en el mundo entero, esta
enfocada hacia las nuevas ar-
ma, que e consideran de una
importancia decisiva. Ya hay
quienes suean que la guerra
podra ganarse "apretando un
botn". Proyectiles de una enor-
me fuerza destructora, atmi-
ca o no, serian lanzados des-
de bases situadas e Inmensas
distancias del lugar de la ba-
talla. Se sabe que la "Air Fran-
ce" americana tiene estudiado
un proyectil que podr reco-
rrer 500 millas, y para ms
adelante se piensa en otros
que tendran un radio de ac-
cin de 5,000 millas
Eso proyectiles vuelan solos
por el aire, se salen de la at-
msfera, regresan a ella; con-
servan la direccin; la recti-
fican cuando el viento los des-
va; buscan su objetivo; per-
siguen automticamente al a-*
vin que con rpidos esguinces
trata de esquivarlos, o cam-
bian de rumbo para no caer
en el campo sino en la ciudad
a que son enviados. La mqui-
na mortfera acta por su
cuenta. El ser humano que la
lanz desde un pas lejano na-
da tiene qu hacer. Oh, sil
Puede recibir el mensaje que
la mquina le remite para co-
municarle el lugar exacto en
donde cay cumpliendo su atroz
cometido.
Como Invencin cientfica, co-
mo perfeccin tcnica, el pro-
yectil dirigido es un portento.
Qu progreso desde aquellos co-
hetes Incendiarios que, segn
se cuenta, disparaban ya los
chinos en el siglo XIII! Tuvie-
ron ellos un hroe legendario.
Wan Hu. quien se amarr a
un gigantesco cohete, sall vo-
lando por el aire y desapareci
en las nube... Fue en aque-
llos tiempos ingenuos en que
todava el hombre era el al-
ma de la mquina. Hoy hemos
llegado a la mquina cient-
ficamente deshumanizada.
En la ltima guerra, como
nadie habr olvidado, emple
Hitler, cual supremo recurso
para rendir a Inglaterra, sus
famosos V-l y V-2, las "bom-
bas voladoras" y los 'rockets",
colosales cohetes. Segn me
contaba hace poco quien estu-
vo en Londres durante aquellos
das, las "flying bombs" y los
"rockets" fueron armas muy
distintas.
Las "bombas" eran como pe-
queos aviones que llegaban a
la ciudad produciendo un rui-
do infernal, calan vertlcalmen-
te y, al chocar con una super-
ficie slida, conmovan el aire
con una terrible explosin aue
dejaba sin vidrios a toda* las
ventanas del barrio. "Aquello
era para asustar a las viejas
y los nios...!" Segn dijo
Churchill, el noventa por cien-
to de esas estrepitosas maqui-
nas fue destruido antes de lle-
gar a Londres, por la aviacin
de caza, las redes de globos y
la artlUeria antiarea. Sin em-
bargo, las que llegaron hicie-
ron terribles destrozos.
Los "rockets", en cambio, de
una velocidad superior al so-
nido, no se oan llegar. Cuan-
do se perciba el estallido, ya
haba atravesado un edificio de
varios pisos y se haban hun-
dido en la tierra, desde don-
de dejaban abierto un tremen-
do crter. Eran mquinas mu-
cho ms perfectas. Se sabe
hoy, segn cuenta Albert Dou-
glas en su articulo del "Re-
porter", que, mientras un V-l
costaba menos de 10.000 dla-
res, los V-2 le sallan de Ale-
mana a un milln de dlares.la
docena.
Pero aquello fue solo un co-
mienzo. Qued truncado, ade-
ms, con el desembarco de Ei-
senhower en la costa de Fran-
cia. Los nuevos proyectiles di-
rigidos, por lo que se sabe, su-
peran extraordinariamente r a
los que se emplearon en la l-
tima guerra.
De acuerdo con los datos del
citado escritor, la fabricacin
de proyectiles dirigidos va a
costar tanto en Norte Amrica
como el desarrollo de la bom-
ba atmica. En esta se han In-
vertido dos mil millones, y en
proyectiles dirigidos van ya em-
pleados mil millones, y se cal-
cula que, aproximadamente, se
gastarn dos mil millones en
1052. y tres mil millones ms
hacia 1954.
Por supuesto, Rusia no se
queda atrs, y "hay en los Es-
tados Unidos oficiales del ejr-
cito y de la fuerza area que
admiten que Rusia puede a-
ventajar al Occidente en la fa-
bricacin de grandes proyecti-
les dirigidos del tipo de los
V-2"... La guerra de Corea re-
vela poco de estas cosas, por-
que es, relativamente, una gue-
rra a la antigua. Pero la nue-
va contienda mundial, si por
universal desventura estalla, se-
ria una guerra de proyectiles
dirigidos.
Y es lgico que asi sea. Es-
tamos en la edad de la m-
quina. La ltima palabra de la
ciencia aplicada es la cibern-
tica. La ciberntica del grie-
go "klebernos" el gobernante, el
que gobierna es la ciencia de
las mquinas que se controlan
y parecen gobernarse a si mis-
mas. Ms claro para nosotros
los profanos: Es la moderna
ciencia de las mquinas que, en
apariencia, piensan, eligen y se
comportan como si fueran se-
res racionales.
Entre ellas estn, como to-
dos sabemos, las mquinas de
calcular, algunas de las cuales
realizan hoy en pocas horas
operaciones que exigiran una
labor de aos a un equipo de
dos o tres mil matemticos;
las mquinas que clasifican au-
tomticamente las huellas dac-
tilares; las que Juzgan los 'tests'
o pruebas psicolgicas dando a
cada una la nota que merece;
las mquinas traductoras que
vierten las palabras de un Idio-
ma a otro...
Y como hay mquinas de tra-
ducir. .. sin traductor, se habla
ya de mquinas de escribir...
sin escritor. Sobrara ste, por-
que el aparato, una vez dado
el tema, combinara mecnica-
mente algunas frases hechas,
algunos lugares comunes, las
citadas adecuadas, las cifras
pertinentes y en un .minuto nos
darla... un articulo como ste.
SI hoy un "robot" metlico
es casi como un hombre, no
es de extraar que haya millo-
nes de hombres que no sean si-
no "robots" de carne y huesos.
La diferencia entre el hombre
y la mquina consiste en que
la mquina es un medio y el
hombre e un fin. Pero, cuan-
do millones de hombres son uti-
lizados como un simple medio,
es natural que se truequen en
"robots".
Hombres sin alma, clculos
sin calculista, Jueces sin Juicio,
traducciones sin traductor, a-
vlones sin aviador mquinas,
mquinas que suplantan a la
Inteligencia, suprimen la con-
ciencia, son ciegas a la ley mo-
ral y sordas a la voz del de-
ber. Indiferentes entre el mal
y el bien... El proyectil diri-
gido sabe "a dnde" va, pero
ignora "para qu" va. Ese "pa-
ra qu" es la finalidad racio-
nal y tica que est olvidando
1 hombre* actual, con toda su
perfeccin tcnica de proyectil
dirigido.
Lula de Zolueta
GOCE DE LAS DELICIAS DE UN PASEO I
Con una pequea cuota semanal
adquiera una
BICICLETA Inglesa
le fama mundial "Viking"
y si la suerte le favorece
ede ser suya por poco dinero!
CLUB'DE 50 SEMANAS
Avenida Central 91
[ [ ACIl A
GL*!
trufa
fr hiberne librado
t li coistipacin!
"No escribo para obtener una re-
compensa, tino para darle* las gra-
cias. All Bran me ha curado d
estreimiento. Ei
maravilloso]" Pala-
bra* de la seora B.
Metzler. 94 Maxwell
Ave. Rochester II,
N. Y. Un testimonia
ant de lo* centena-
re* de persona* que
toman All-Bran. Si la'constipacin
que uited tufre *c debe a falta de
volumen, tome diariamente una
onxa de All-Bran y beba mucha
agua durante el da. Muy pronto
notar usted alivio. All-Bran e
un delicioso alimento.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta leccin daremos cabida a todas aquella* carta*
que t us dirijan. Mitre tpicos de inters general.
que no ean demasiado extensa.
VO (OBRABA. SOLO
COLECTABA
Vinam, mayo 28 de 1951
t Director de
PANAMA AMERICA
Ciudad.
Seor director:
Rugole dar cabida en su
presagioso diario a la presente
carta aclaratoria, relacionada
con el testimonio del seor Ma-
rio Cont Fernandez sobre el
cobro de la cuota poltica.
Afirma el seor Mario Con-
t Fernndez en su declara-
cin, que l no era r-obrador"
sino "colector", y que las co-
bradores eran aquellas perso-
nas que pas a enumerar, en-
tre laa cuales se encuentra la
que suscribe. Pues bien, si el
seor Cont Fernndez no era
cobrador, tampoco lo era yo,
puesto que Jams me dirig a
empleado alguno para el cobro
de dicha cuota. MI intervencin
en este asunto se limitaba a
avisarle a los jefes del depar-
tamento, o a cualesquiera per-
sonas encargadas en cada sec-
cin, que el seor Cont Fer-
nandez haba avisado por tel-
t fono que llegara a cobrar la
[ rula, de manera que stos la
tuvieran lista para entregrme-
I la antes de que l llegara. Los
lefes de departamento me en-
tregaban el dinero con sus res-
.pectlvaa listas de los contrlbu-
lyentes. y yo a mi vez se lo en-
tregaba al seor Cont, hacin-
dole firmar copla de cada una
: de estas listas. Tambin yo
i contribua con dicha cuota, se-
gn consta en los recibos.
En el mes de diciembre no
se le cobr la cuota a ningn
! empleado de Rentas Internas.
y cuando el seor Cont Fer-
nndez envi a su chofer por
.el dinero, le notifiqu que slen-
i do Navidad, nadie haba podl-
! do abonar nada. No s si el
i dinero correspondiente al mes
de diciembre se cobr ms tar-
de En enero me separ de mi
cargo para hacer uso de licen-
Los Almacenes de Calzado "LA AURORA" presentan
a partir del viernes I9 de Junio, a las ocho de la noche,
GENOVEVA
La abnegada historia de una mujer que renunci al amor.
con
ANITA VILLALAZ
Escribe: Rubn Irigoyen.
Dirige: Juan A. Thibaul.
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
la [Red [Panameneara
Humanistas y Analfabetos
Por Jaime Posada
i
En estos das algunos escritores pblicos han Tenido preocu-
pndose, quilas demasiado acadmicamente, de la "tradicin"
cultural del pas. Apuntan unos que la circunstancia de haber
producido un par de eminentes gramticos en el siglo pasado, da
que en las universidades escolsticas se trasegase on el latn y
de que el fundador de Santa Fe fuese un personaje preocupado
por las controversias de la medida del verso, nos determinan
como ventura histrica envidiable una mentalidad, un tempera-
mento, de pueblo y de raza cultos y, ms aun, apto para recibir
v proyectar el valioso tesoro del arte humanstico.
No opinan, sin embargo, todos asi. Advierten otros que la
pareja de fillogos, la rutina de los claustros superiores y las ve-;
ieldades mtricas de Jimnez de Quesada son manifestaciones de
excepcin, frutos individuales, extraos y desligados de lo que
son el ambiente general, la costumbre y el clima en que se mue-
ven la gran masa de los colombianos, no tan favorecida por la
gracia y la oportunidad de las bellas letras.
No hay duda que el divorcio entre una minora culta, entra
una "lite" v el resto annimo y gregario de la poblacin es no-
torio. Por cada ciudadano que goza de la prerrogativa de una
buena biblioteca v de un estilo apetecible, existen mijes y milla-
res de compatriotas suyos todava siervos del analfabetismo. La
desproporcin entre los recursos intelectuales de unos y otros ea
impresionante. Sus posibilidades de, juicio, de consulta, de infor- .
nacin sobre los problemas, de capacidad critica, resulta abis-
mal. Es, para adoptar un ejemplo, la disparidad de planos evi-
dente entre la pintura y la poesa de los movimientos surrealis-
tas y los recursos de entendimiento esttico de que dispone 1
habitante de loa pramos boyacenses.
A mediados de la semana la misin que preside el seor Cu-
rrie denunci una ves ms el fenmeno de la miseria intelectual
del hombre colombiano, en tantas ocasiones y no menos inteligen-
temente registrado por quienes tambin conocen los irritantes
aspectos de nuestra organizacin.
Poseemos un vasto "pas nacional" de tres millones de anal-
1 abetos. Cifra en progresivo auge. Las escuelas son insuficien-
tes, los maestros ineptos v escasos, las tcnicas de enseanza so-
metidas a una peridica y variable rectificacin para detrimen-
to del material humano que las soporta y en muchas ocasiones
las detesta. La educacin primaria obligatoria y gratuita con-
fiada al estril sosiego de los buenos deseos o de las declaracio-
nes esperanzadas, sigue en un dficit conturbador.
Nadie aspira a la utopa de un pueblo bendecido por la di-
cha y el esplendor unnimes del humanismo, concebido como
:a< ultad y prodigio de conocimiento de los ms altos testimonios
en los diversos rdenes de la sabidura. La erudicin, la digni-
dad, la jerarqua magistral, siempre han sido consustancial, cuan-
to no equitativo, privilegio de los "scholars". Pero una sociedad
que se precia de una costumbre, de una tradicin humanstica,
debe tener ciertas condiciones mnimas de cultura y su filosofa
de la vida, sus reacciones, el comportamiento de sus asociados,
han xde corresponder, lgicamente, a unas formas no tipificadas
por la barbarie y por la ignorancia.
Para el hecho colombiano hay que reconocer, desalentadora-
mente, que mientras los ndices del coloniaje espiritual no se re-
bajen, la expectativa de proseguir como legatarios de la civiliza-
cin greco-romana o de las conquistas del Renacimiento floren-
tino va a encontrar fastidiosos tropiezos.
La fiebre amarilla, la desnutricin, el analfabetismo inter-
pretado no como simple incomprensin del abecedario sino como
Incompetencia para superar los mtodos de produccin, de exis-
tencia v an de esparcimiento los desniveles entre las clases,
la muerte de las libertades, nos privan de inteligencia suficiente
para compartir la proeza de los cavilantes actores del siglo XVI.
ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1' de JUNIO
VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON -) koiJMnT
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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
El buen
automovilista
no se apodero
de la calle al
toma: las ~"
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MIRCOLES, MAYO 30, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TIH
No
se usarn en
prisioneros de guerra
Ridgway rechaza la peticin
que le hiciera el Presidente
de la Rep. de Corea del Sur
Por EDWARD J. MICHELSON
(N. A. N. A.)
WASHINGTON, Mayo 29 (EPS). El presidente de I* Carea
Meridional, Synjman Rhee, ha pedido que se le permita usar en
el ejrcito treinta y cinco mil prisioneros de f uerra norcoreanos,
(ornados el pasado otoo, para que peleen Junto a Us tropas de
la Repblica de Corea y de las Naciones Unidas. .
La peticin de Rhee, segn se supo en esta capital, ha sido
rechazada por el teniente general Jami A. Van Fleet, Jefe del
Octavo Ejrcito en la Corea, asi como por el general Mat hews B.
Ridgrrar. Jefe supremo aliado en Tokio.
En un informe enviado al Estado Mayor Combinado, Ridgway
revel que Rhee personalmente le haba hecho la peticin a Van
Fieet, siguiendo recomendaciones de S. H. Ohinag, viceministre
coreano de Defensa.
El Embajador de Estados Unidos
en Irn teme un golpe comunista
Van Fleet se resisti ante lo
pedido por Rhee. Dijo que to-
dava haba detrs de las Na-
ciones Unidas unos ocho mil
guerrilleros chinos y que los
Erlslonerps norcoreanos no ha-
an sido examinados lo sufi-
ciente para determinar si se
poda confiar en ellos.
Entonces Rhee le plante el
caso a Ridgway, quien apoy
el rechazo de la peticin por
Van Fleet.
Un portavoz de la embajada
coreana en esta capital dijo
que el Gobierno de Rhee "es-
taba bastante satisfecho en
cuanto a la conflablltdad de
estas tropas".
"Nos interesa tanto como a
cualquiera el examen de los
prisioneros del Norte", dijo el
funcionarlo diplomtico.
"Nuestro gobierno ha tenido
sumo cuidado en cuanto a la
confiabllldad de estas tropas.
Estamos satisfechos con ellos.
Hemos descubierto que el grue-
so de las fuerzas norcoreanas I
fue obligado a combatir.
El portavoz de la Embajada'
neg que el empleo de dichas
tropas violase el derecho in-1
ternaclonal.
"Esta no es una guerra a los
I ojos del derecho internacional.
Las Naciones Unidas nunca la
I han llamado guerra", dijo.
El portavoz agreg:
"61 hubiese algn peligro en |
I poner en libertad a dichos pri-
Iioneros para emplearlos, nues-
Itro pas estara, completamente
alerta en cuanto a ese peligro.
Esos hombres han sido adoctri-
nados y opinamos que puede
I confiarse en ellos desde el pun-
Ito de vista militar y poltico".
Seal que los repetidos In-
tentos del gobierno de Rhee por
obtener equipo para doscientos
mil jvenes coreanos han fra-
casado.
'Estos jvenes estaban some-
tidos a adiestramiento y esta-
ban capacitados para entrar en
combate, si se les equipaba de-
bidamente", dijo l. "Nuestro
ministro de lo Exterior, Y. T.
Pyun, hizo hincapi en este
hecho, en un discurso pronun-
ciado el 8 de mayo en Houston,
Estado de Texas, pero las ar-
mas no llegan".
Cierto nmero de prisione-
ros norcoreanos han sido pues-
tos en libertad para que tra-
bajen en las fincas bajo vi-
gilancia. Ms de sesenta mil
permanecen en reclusin, segn
crculos militares norteamerica-
nos, pendientes de examen.
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* ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1? de JUNIO
l VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
Por cablegrama ha pedido
que sea reforzada la Sexta
Escuadra en el Mediterrneo
Por Steffan Andrew*
WASHINGTON, Mayo 30 (EPSr
El embajador de los EstaUos
Unidos en Tehern, Henry F.
Grady, ha pedido a Washington
qua se enven ms marinos nor-
teamericanos al Mediterrneo en
previsin de un posible golpe
comunista en Irn.
El embajador envi un cable-
grama en este sentido al De-
partamento de Estado, pidiendo
que sea reforzada la sexta es*
cuadra, que est en el Medlto-
nneo, y que se tengan listos
mayores contingentes de mali-
nos para hacer frente a cual-
quier situacin.
Segn se ha informado en
circuios autorizados, los Estados
Unidos tienen actualmente um.s
cinco' mil marinos en servirlo
... directamente de 5francia
CARTERAS DE CUERO
MUY FINAS
En Varios Colores Diferentes Estilos!
de Gamuza
Varios Modelos.
ABANICOS
Delicados Estilos,
Bellsimos Colores.
de Noche
Ultima Novedad.
PERFUMES
Gran Variedad.
Afamada Marca Francesa.
Linea Completa de los conocidos
PRODUCTOS DE BELLEZA
<%**l/ka
d* RAUL IAVISTA
. } la urinacin especial del inspirado
violinista
ARTURO ROMERO
LOS PRODUCTOS ESSO
Acabamos de recibir-
una gran variedad de
TELAS DE ALGODN
de la conocida marca
'EVERFAST"
CLOQU
WAFFLE PIQUE
BONITO SURTIDO
de Cortes de Tela
lisos y a cuadros,
de la famosa marca
"DAN RIVER"
Directamente de Irlanda
TELA DE PURO HILO
para Sbanas 72" a B/3.00 yda.
OLAN DE HILO
pora polleras
MEDIAS NYLON
Especiales B. F.
15 denier 51 gauge
B/L35
GRAN SURTIDO
de Corses de la conocida marca
"FASHION HOUR"
CORSES
ENREJILLADOS
adelante y atrs.
FAJAS
con ZIPPER de NYLON de TELA
* Abrochadas a un lado.
Bazar Frances
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
Plaza de Santa Ana Panam
con la escuadra del Medite-
rrneo.
Se indica que Grady que es
n diplomtico con larga expe-
riencia en los problemas del
Cercano Oriente no cree que
ti partido comunista iranio r.o
is suficientemente tuerte pura
1 evar a cabo un golpe de estado
pero est seguro de que si lo-
gran organizar una revolucin
darn pretexto a los rusos para
que intervengan^
Conforme a los trminos el
pacto ruso-persa, los rusos po-
dran enviar tropas a Irn 'pa-
ra restablecer el orden", tal co-
mo lo hicieron en 1948. En a-
quella poca se vieron obligados
a retirarse debido a la fuete
presin anglo-americana.
Los Estados Unidos tienen un
contingente de marinos apro-
ximadamente un regimiento
con la escuadra del Mediterr-
neo. Despus del desembarco
hecho en Inchn. Corea, en el
otoo pasado, se enviaron al
Mediterrneo mil seiscientos ma
unos mas.
La sexta escuadra est baje el
Pasa a la Pe. . Cal. >
^
Es el momento
de decidir,,,
J
y todos ESCOGEN
RVM & COKE MONTEZUMA!
.
No lo dude...
Es un acierto!
CHAMBOnrtTil
FNII1
CtintaVu
estn desempacando
CAMISONES DE CREP
Rosa, blanco, celeste.
Tallas 32 a 40.
Especial... 4.25
PETICOTES DE CINTURA
Rosa, blanco, celeste,
negro, amarillo. To-
das las tallas: peque-
o, medio y grande.
2.75
NEGLIGEES FINOS
Tallas 12 al 20.
Crep y nylon.
Especial... 9.50
FAJAS
ELSTICAS
Tallas: pequea,
mediana y
grande
3.95
MEDIAS
Schiaparelli
Tallas 8 al 10.
Especial: 2.25
BRASSIERES EXQUISITE FORM
Cortos y largos.
1.65 y 1.95
COMPRE AHORA

CHAMBONNET y QUINTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO de 8 a 12:3* y de 2 a 8.


Estos productos
Ford estn construidos
para dar a usted aos de
servicio de confianza.
Su Futuro es su
Caracterstica Ms Destacada!

"Ford los construye para los aos venideros"...
Desde al did qua se fund, la Ford Motor
Company ha investigado ms sobre la lon-
gevidad de sus vehculos que ningn otro
fabricante de automviles ... y tan slo en
el pasado ano incorpor docenas de carac-
tersticas "Adelantadas" en sus productos.
Ford tambin ha desarrollado un pro-
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Concesionario Ford, Mercury y Lincoln posee
el acierto absoluto, las herramientas apro-
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consejos y experiencia de los ingenieros da
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la altura de los productos que vende.
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PAGINA CUATRO
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO IWDlHWPlRWtR
IWIKKCOLES, MAYO SC, 1951
------. ..-. ,-
Reporte Semanal
El Mercado del Arroz
en Estados Unidos
Lo mercados de arroz continuaron Inactivo* durante la se-
mana pmS^ de acuerdo con Informes del W^arnento de i
Agricultura de los Estados Unidos. Las Rrandes cantidades de
rr en manos de los distribuidores, ya sea .n lonna S.
tratos para entregar ms tarde o en existencia en los depsitos. |
contribuyeron a la calma en el mercado de arroz descascarado.
unquelas cantidades corrientes de arroz continuaron aflu-
yendo hacia el consumidor y los minorista*. >**"
exportacin, estuvieron flojas. La nueva cosechaJe arroz,con-
tiriu en progreso, ya que la siembra est casi terminada en to-
ffs las reas con excepcin de unas pequeas secciones en Ar-
htWM,
- ARROZ EN CASCARA
U No se reportaron ventas en el sur, durante la ^M** ***
Tunnue la siembra est casi terminada en todo el clnturon a-
raero del sur En Louisiana, la mayora de los campos estaban
$ condiciones normales, y las siembras tambin,,Wi seest
SSresltando la lluvia. Las njormes de Texas indican aue la
m.^ cosecha esta bien y las condiciones del tiempo on exce-
lemes En A?kansas. la siembra ha sido terminada y algunos>
Tkultorcs han reportado que estn arando los campo* que estu-
vieron congelados y sembrando arroz.
ARROZ DESCASCARADO
Los mercados de arroz descascarado continuaron inactivos
con muvToc transacciones entre los molinos y los dlsu'lbuido-
s E movimiento de los viejos contratos era moderado pero
los molinos y lo* distribuidores tuvieron alguna dificultad en
i&s^j^vat er....,,,
Zenith a $10.97 el quintal entregado en Jacksonville.
i mercado de Nueva York estuvo Inactivo durante la se-
mana va* compra, se limitaron a pequeas cantldade*. Lo
precios UttaSSS sin cambiar, cotizndose os ring, gr.n-
?PS $15 00 el quintal, el Tortuna a $12.25-12.50, v el enun a
Su 75-12 00 El arroz de segunda estaba cotizado a $9.50-10.00
granos coitos a $9.00-9.50 y el arroz pata cerveza y residuos a
$8-25Lo8,7meercaqdloclde arroz descascarado en California permane-
nt tranouilos sin cambios de consideracin. Los embarques
de Tos motoos tueron bastante grandes, pero representaban en
$U ^rdstribuidores portoSueos estaban obteniendo. u a
iro7 de contratos anteriores, v las compra domstica* estaban
. uPL. nemieas cantidades para necesidades cercanas y
no i fa"o pFazQc l demandas cubana y de otros mercados
estuvieron flojas.
SIN VAS de comunicacin
LOS VECINOS DE MOSQUERA
EN LA COSTA ATLNTICA
Se inici el Segundo Semesfre
en l Instuio Nacional de
Agricultura con 81 alumnos
- CRUCIGRAMA -
DIVISA, Mayo 30 (Correspon-
sal) El lunes Inici la Escue-
la de Agricultura su Segundo
Semestre del ao escolar 1951
con una matricula de 81 alum -
nos repartido por ao asi: ll
ao 18, II ao 18 y I ao 45 alum
nos.
Esta escuela viene siendo re-
gentada por el Profesor HilUc-
.nando A Luna R., quien deae
el ao pasado que se encaig
ric esta Institucin, le ha mar-
cado rumb* y norma*, y ya
se han palpado sus influencian
btnfleas, tanto para el alum-
nado, como para la institucin
general.
En sus diez aos de laboras
que lleva esta Escuela, us
la- primera vez que el grupo de
1 ao, siempre numeroso, regis-
te continuar en igual propor-
cin en el segundo periodo colar; ya que los estudios .un < ircunvecinos
lasados y por las condiciones
ambintale, que no eran muy
olacenteras y favorables para ci
alumnado, stos se retiraban cu
un 30 por ciento o 40 por ciei.to.
Con la valiosa cooperacin del
Ministerio de Agricultura se iUd
hecho mejoras materiales en P*
dormitorios, comedor y bibliote-
cas, ademas de la censecueiun
de una radlo-electrola donde se
tocan con frecuencia, durante
la comida, conciertos clsico. ce
Beethoven, Chopin Rubinsta.n,
Vcrdl, Toscanlnl. Caruso, etc; a-
dems de la msica tpica y po-
Dular, que le van dando a los a-
lumnos una apreciacin artsti-
ca variada en lo musical.
Se espera que durante este
Segundo Semestre se desarrollen
algunas actividades de orden
social, cultural y deportiva, en
colaboracin con los colegios
n
ACETILLAS
Universitarias
En la Escuela Dominio del
Canad se dictarn clases
nocturnas para adultos
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 e 9 10 11
12 13 14
15 17
16 19 J 20
21 22 23 ._
24 25 26 2* 28 29 30 31
32 38 34 36
36 37 38^ 39
41 42 43
a 45 46 48 49 50
51 1 t 53
54 h 1
57 58 r
En esta ocasin presentamos
en esta columna al profesor y
distinguido cirujano doctor Ma-
nuel Moreno, quien lleva so-
bre sus hombros una gran res-
ponsabilidad en nuestra escuela
de Medicina. El doctor Moreno,
catedrtico de carrera, dicta el
curso de Anatoma humana en
la facultad de Medicina. Al ser
t '~gdo se tom en considera-
cin sus credenciales que lo
haoilHaban para ejercer est
delicado puesto.
El doctor Moreno es oriundo
del Ecuador y realiz su* es-
tudios superiores1 en la Uni-
versidad de Paris, en donde lle-
g a destacarse al presentar
una brillante tesis. Tiene tra-
bajos de importancia en cola-
boracin con distinguidos pro-
fesores de Francia.. Ha publi-
cado en forma muy didctica
unas conferencias de Anato-
ma, ya con la tercera edicin
en preparacin y ue muy bien
podra ser adoptado como tex-
to de estudio de nuestra Uni-
versidad.
El doctor Moreno ha sido ci-
rujano Jefe del hospital Mont-
ermell durante la guerra y
cirujano asistente de la gran
clnica Du Landy de Pars.
Est publicando en colabora-
cin el doctor Fernand Mas-
montell. de quien ha sido su j exhibicin tendr" efecto en el
Vecinos del pueblo
de Chagres claman
por una escuela
COLON. Mayo 29 (RCS) Los
\eclnos del pueblo de Chaires
claman por la construccin de
una escuela; dicen los miemb.os
de la 8ociedad denominada
"Pro Chagra*", que por gentile-
za del Club Juvenil de la cu-
ad de Panam, consiguieron e>
plano para la misma; tleiun
adems, gran cantidad de blo-
t.ues que fueron donados por el
re-or Manuel de Jess Quijano
Jr.. en la pasada contienda po-
ltica. Tambin se dispone el
pueblo de Chagres, hacer la es-
cuela si el gobierno les enva el
material requerido para la cbia.
Se dicta reglamento
para la exoosicin
de Artes Plsticas
El actual jefe del Departa-
mento de Cultura, del Ministe-
rio de Educacin, est vivamen-
te Interesado en continuar la
tradicional Exposicin Anual de
Artes Plsticas, pero, colocn-
dola en un plano de estabi-
lidad y seriedad. Al efecto, ha
sido su primera preocupacin
redactar un proyecto de regla-
mento posicin), que est para su a-
probacin en el despacho del
Ministro.
Por medio de ese reglamento,
los concursantes y los Jurados,
tendrn normas fijas a las cua-
les ajustarse, sin titubeos, con-
sultas, divagaciones ni reco-
mendaciones: tambin se deter-
minan all, en forma perma-
nente y definitiva, las seccio-
nes que han de componer la
exposicin, el tiempo fijo de su
celebracin y los galardones o-
frecldos a los triunfadores.
Anteriormente el aludido cer-
tamen, se habra celebrado du-
rante el mes de abril, pero el
actual Jefe del Departamento
de Cultura ha considerado co-
mo ms conveniente para efec-
tuarlo, el periodo escolar a fin
de que los estudiantes y pro-
fesores tengan la oportunidad
re presenciarlo.
El motivo que habia inducido
a efectuar la exposicin fuera
del periodo escolar, era el de
aprovechar las aulas del Ins-
tituto Nacional: pero, ahora la
SANTIAGO Mayo 30 (Espe-
cial) Santiago siempre rebel-
de a todo movimiento de im-
posicin y atropello, tambin se
preocupa por colocarle al nivel
cue le corresponde como asiento
de nuestro ms grande centro
de Educacin. Bajo le direc-
cin de la incansable y consa-
grada educadora Doa Geurgi-
na M. de Velarde, acaba de a-
brir sus puertas la Escuela noc-
turna, no sola para analfabetas,
sino para toda persona intere-
sada en ampliar su bagaje In-
telectual.
Esta escuela nocturna funcio-
na de 7 a 9 p.m. y est organi-
zada por un Comit especial de
la Escuela Anexa "Dominio del
Canad" compuesto por la Srn.
Ceorgirta M. de Velarde, Eneida
ce Changmarin. Erberto Mur.o2,
maestros que estn debidamente
usesorados por los Profesorei fia
Educacin de la Escuela Normal
J- D. Arosemena.
Ojal que el Seor Inspector
Provincial de Educacin Don E-
duardo Aurelio Reyes, le preste
toda la atencin que necesita,i
estos centros especiales, sera-
dos gratuitamente con la noble
finalidad de bajar el gran por-
centaje de analfabetismo que se
registra en la Provincia de Ve-
raguas.
Anastasio Diaz J.
HORIZONTALES:
1Capital europea.
5Nombre de mujer.
8Canoa mexicana.
12Del verbo besar, Inv.
13 Igualdad de nivel.
14 Hoja de lata.
15Leccin o enseanza moral.
17Monte de Grecia.
18Audaz, atrevido.
10Porcin que se desprende
de los lquidos, Inv.
11Igual al 57 horizontal.
16 Personaje bblico incestuoso
20Caudillo rabe.
22Repeticin de sonido, Pl.
24Yerno de Mahoma
25Dios romano del hogar
26--Para echarse fresco, Pl.
28Cerebro.
30Igualdad de nivel
31Del verbo asar.
33Soldado
19Antagonista, contrincante.
21Fluido Imponderable.
23Movimiento Obrero Liberal, 35_Relatlvo a Iberia.
Inlc. 38Brotar, surgir
24Extremidad de las aves, Pl. 4i_puesta de los astros.
CORRESPONSALES
OAJIIBN
.Ai Pul.HAS-Htw.Mi U'itin-H 4.
IL REALSre Obdulia Coatrare*
PROVINCIA O* CHIRIOUI
OqllETE Eartioe W.'iof.
'.AS LAJASata Sagrara
J'ILEGA AUe*aa4a Sacrara
C.EBBO OK rUNTBaacrii Miranda
OakaJ
LA CONCEPCINUlli A Qa.rr.
AN KC1.IX Demetria lain
UALACAlaejlatoelae Petiae
HOBCONOITC*are V 'napeaU
BOQUERN Anuala Bloa
lOt.EVMal Saata atarla J
I AN ANDBESraaalin Ui-.eea
rENONQMB Baa na u
AGIIADULCiatagalle Baalaa rala
ANTON A atadla t Jaca
'.AH-Jni da D V acocee
I A PINTAOA-Oararoe Beraaade, B
OI.AOpeeiair Cerne,
BiO OBANDB- Jope 4c Greek taraar
aa
Kln HAIO lereer, atrae
POCBI} A, Cmala
asistente una Enciclopedia M-
dico-quirrgica y es autor ade-
ms, entre otros trabajos de
importancia, de un proyecto de
un*nuevo plan de estudios m-
dicos.
El doctor Manuel Moreno ha
sido encomendado por la rec-
tora de la Universidad como
Director Provisional de la Fa-
oropio local donde funciona la
Escuela Nacional de Pintura, en
la Avenida B.
cuitad de Medicina y bajo su
direccin se lleva a cabo la
organizacin de esta escuela
que acaba de inciaree en Pa-
nam.
VEBACUAfl
BIO DE JESSPaalo! Botarta
LAB PALMA*Mu Vardllla
CAflSXAaVPiar* J. MtriSa
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coa BAirro
LA VnLA 01 LOS AN lO*Ptaaaait
Caldarea Q.
CMITRE Raaioa Panira
LAS MINAEpiaMaa Qataiat
L (JABAEISIULO Jau> Villana.
I Loa Saniaai
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STA MAHIA-Hleai.ru BaBlaa
CARACASAqpilifts Moraaa f 4
PAR l'A Laopoldo Aroiaaiaaa
TONOSIJoaviul Muniaara
rOASlMtlo-." OUIla Vaa
OCU_Vlrlllo Arofolo
LAS l'ABLAfi'*? Aatonte Saaaaan
HARARE J<<> Niaaaa Anla
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CATIVAtw BAraaaa
fUEKIU KilUN l.im 4iraaMa
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/Al.MA* RE.I.AS. Ralnalde Caaaltaa
Bien recibido el
nombramiento del
Srio. Quintero
DIVISA, Mayo 30 (Correspon-
sal! Ha sido bien recibido en
esta regln el nombramiento d3l
Ing. Agrnomo Don Carlos J.
Quintero, para el cargo de -
cretariado del Ministerio de A-
grlcultura.
El Ingeniero Quintero cuando
fu Ministro de Agricultura, en
suministraciones pasadas y con
frecuencia visitaba la Granja Ce
Divisa se granje la simpata
v amistad de sus subalterne;; y
esidentes de estas regiones; c-
iaciones que han perdurado y
que muchas de ellas se ligaron
.'pirltunlmente.
Hoy que el Sr. Quintero vuel-
ve a ocupar una alta poslcn
en el Ministerio de Agricultura
y que indudablemente lo ob.i-
gar a visitar el Instituto Na-
cional de Agricultura, lo esye-
r?.mos con ansias para recibir
sus atinadas observaciones y
experiencias, en la rama agio-
pecuaria en general.
Felicitaciones a la actual ad-
ministracin de concordia iu>-
c'onal por el acierto de designar
a! In; Carlos J. Quintero, para
las delicadas funciones de Se-
cret rio de Agricultura.
27Con poca diferencia.
29Clera, enfado.
32Estandarte romano
34 Pinzas auirrgicas.
36Marchar.
37Naipes.
39Sustentacin, cimiento.
40Nosotros.
42Nmbrete.
44Relativo a las aves
47Trampa o embuste.
51Arbusto del Per.
52Naturales de Anam.
54Monte de Grecia.
55Ocano.
56 Prueba un vino.
57Flojo, suelto
5',-Redondel o crculo rgido.
59Reas.
VERTICALES:
1Paleta para bogar.
2Planttgrados.
3Pura, simple.
4Superiora de ciertos
conventos.
5Del verbo arar.
6Famoso poeta mexicano.
7Cocinan en seco.
8Ciudad de lo* Estado*
Unidos.
9 Patricio romano.
43Repetido, tambor africano.
44 Canoa de los indios
mexicanos
45Ejerce el sufragio
46Sacerdote tlbetano.
48Amarrar.
49Crema que se forma en la
superficie de ciertos lquidos
60Agarraderas.
53Remueva la tierra con el
redo
COLON, Mayo 29 (RCS bin
was de comunicacin los veci-
nos de Mosquera y Achiote. E-
xlste gran descontento entre los,j
vecinos de los caseros mencio-
nados por la forma antlpalrl-
Parte hoy hacia
Caracas el Dr.
Feo. Samaniego
En la noche de hoy, partir
para Caracas, Venezuela, lugar
i"e u residencia el Dr- Fran-
cisco Samaniego. Como es a-:!
conocimiento pblico del Doctor
Samaniego acaba de realizar su
segunda Jira Mdico Aslstcn-
cial en la Prov. de Herrera, t-
Jando un saldo favorable en
cuanto a los resultados obteni-
dos relacionados con diferentes
aspectos que diezman las pobla-
ciones de Herrera y Los Santos
Con motivo de su partida la
Prov. de Herrera, el Domingo
pasado, Da del Campesino, le
hizo entrega de una medalla ar-
tsticamente decorada represen-
tativa de la gratitud de esa Pro-
vincia por los bienes que en ca
ha prodigado.
Como es natural, el Dr. Sa-
maniego lleno de esa inquietud
i,ue le merece las tristes condi-
ciones de sus coterrneos cl'ra
sus esperanzas en el respauo
que le proporcionarn las dos
Federaciones, y para tales efec-
tos ha esbozado un vasto piun
de trabajo para realizar en el
curso del presente ao, destina-
do a robustecer y fertilizar la
semilla que en terreno ya abo-
nado se ha sembrado en pos del
bienestar social, econmico y
cultural en la Peninsula de A-
zuero.
En vspera de su partida, las
Federaciones de Sociedad,:.:
Santeas y Herreranas, vocerus
autnticas de sus respectivas Tro
uncas, desean al compaero un
feliz viaje, esperando ansioso su
retorno para proseguir la misin
impuesta. Hasta luego Doclor
Samaniego.
tica en que han sido mlraloi
por nuestros representantes d*
ie cosa pblica. Hay la segu-
ridad de que sean suspencituai
las entregas de bananos en ui-
chos lugares, debido a la mal
condicin de las carretera* *c*
tn inform a este correspo.uai
vecinos de esos lugares y a-
sentcs compradores de la apre*
ciable fruta, que hoy es pelead
por los mercados extranjeros.
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yidEd fcJUiU 'JUU
nran nnnn innn
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laiileJ
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Sentida en Nata
la muerte de don
Juan B. Urriola
NATA, Mayo 30 (Corresponsal)
Tras una penosa y larga ui-
fermedad dej de existir en ia
ciudad de Aguadulce el donu::-
go ltimo Don Juan Bta. Urrio-
la O., hijo distinguido y hoa-i
rabie de esta poblacin.
Don Juan, como se le llamaba
y lo trataba todo el mundo que
io conoca, fu un caballero a
carta cabal y un hombre de Sai-
nos sentimientos, que siempre
supo prodigar a sus familiares,
esposa y amigos.
En su vida pblica particip
en la gloriosa revolucin- de loa
mil das al lado de los Ponas,
Mendoza, Patino. Herrera, de-
teniendo que cumplir misiones
honrosas y de gran responsabi-
lidad en el clebre sitio de A-
guadulce.
Al depositar sobre su tumLsv
nuestros sentimientos de dolor,
por tan sensible prdida, queit-
mos hacer llegar a sus deudos,
su esposa Doa Evella Castillo
Vda. de Urriola y a sus herma-
nos Ignacio, Pedro, Flix y 1>
ms Urriola, nuestra profunda
condolencia.
r I A
0 G I
QlHi lBEUGj RE1Bj||I
uuuu rauoB I3HP
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato y Efectivo
Con un festival
ser celebrado el
Da del Locutor
Con un gran Festival Bailable
.celebrarn esta ao los Locutc-
res de la Repblica, el DA DE
IA RADIO. Este festival, que
tendr verificativo en el Jardn
Balboa el dia 9 de Junio, revej-
ir caracteres inusitados dadas
las enormes simpatas de que
gozan en nuestro medio, os
"Chicos de la Radio"
Desde ahora se nota gran op-
timismo entre todos los orgatn-
dores y estamos seguros de
jue el xito ser rotundo, ya
que en l intervendrn los ;uc-
jores artistas de la radio, at
mejores orquestas del pas a-
L'cms de grandes premios y i.-
",alos que sern repartidos entre
los asistentes a este granulo ;j
estival.
Construyen toldo
en Palmas Bellas
para las fiestas
COLON. Mayo 29 I RCS -
Oran toldo est construyendo !a
sociedad "Avanzada Juvenil ele
Palmas Bellas". En vista o el
gran entusiasmo que hay en co-
ta ciudad con relacin a las fes-
tividades patronales que se lle-
varn a efecto en Palmas Bellas
lJa das 23 y 24 del mes de ju-
nio prximo, los Jvenes ric !a
citada sociedad estn constru-
yendo un enorme toldo conce
podrn disfrutar los visitantes
ae los acordes de la nueva cr-
4uesta "IDEAL", que ha side
contratada para llevar la r*>-
presentacln musical durante
los das mencionados.
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en Escocia
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EL VIERNES 1* de JUNIO
I VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE

Vida de un obrero
norteamericano
Nada raipalabo Wallar . Chrylar
ma qua al trobao y a un trobojodor.
Caaianz su carrafa carao aprandi da
aaacnica a J-calaoi pac kara. Ha
mqvi Va altara d! adusrrtalisia fa-
ataca al Mundo antara. caaaa U
aacriaiara al amraa. Como vn atocha-
caa aiaricana (can una loal aipata
ala t ajua aato* vadla an all akani
la cima dal podar < la apulancia per
m tala aalwaria. la vala a,aa al dea
eraki aaa araia araulla aara amatar
atraa. lala aa SELECCIONES 4a
jtala, ajaf ya e*l4 aa vanta apea
adeeaoe trae ena> da 25 articula* 4a
aclualiaaa) miara y al rataawa
caaaplata 4a 4ac liarai da verdadera
valor y aavedad, que al publico ka
palabrada can aalutiauna. Na deje de
leer: "Vade 4a a abrara aarteaaati-
eaaa" y "B Crian 4a la Bata 117.-
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No permita que conviertan
sus quohocores
on pesada carga I
Esos dolores, punzantes
unas reces y sordos otras,
sealan la presencia de
ciertos venenos j dese-
chos, tales como el cido
rico, que no han sido
debidamente eliminados.
Las Pildoras De Witt
para los Rones y la
Vejiga, por su accin
diurtica, estimulan la
funcin renal, ayudando
al organismo a expulsar
esos Tenenos nocivos,
probable causa de sus
dolores.
Fciles de tomar, no
ocasionan molestia al-
guna. Consagradas por
la confianza de innume-
rables favorecedores en
todos los pases del
mundo, tambin mere-
cern su confianza. Se
venden en todas las far-
macias del pas, en frascos
de 40 y 100 pildoras.
INDUITIIt BRITNICA
Pildoras De WITT
para los Rmonrs y la Vejiga


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Gobierno y sus distinguidas _s-
poaaa, ofrecen hoy un cocktail ('.llenes parten prximamente,
en el Club de Golf, para des^e-
ir a 8. E. el Ministro Lulgi Mi-
rlan! y Sra- Edith de Marun:
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EL VIERNES 1* de JUNIO
VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
Recuerde. ..
MAANA
31 de Mayo al 4 de Junio
GRAN REBAJA
TRAJES Y ARTCULOS PARA DAMAS
Avenida Central 102 Panama
ENO
no tiene
rival
Arregla el estmago
Al leviaurte por la miAiiu tome un riso de agua coa Sal de Fruta"
ENO. ENO asienta el estmago. Es de efectos refrescantes r
limpiadores cuando se experimenta mal guato en la boga y lengua.
Aliviara dolores de cabeza. ENO tambin tonifica el hgado y mantiene
el sistema en estado regular. Procure tomar la "Sal de Fruta" de
manera regular. Cada maana no se olvide de tomar su agradable y
efervescente ENO.
'Sal de Fruta9
Eno
tepMMJmmu. ra.-manrfW. para
H NCIONA MI M fO IRNLbUjUt DC
LOS INTESTINOS. DOLORES PC
CABEZA. AFECCIONES DEL
HIOAIM). SIMS. < ABI1IAI CA. c
Para los Estados Unido*
Despedimos cordialmente a la
Seora Isabel A. vda. de Mu.ic.i-,
si seor Camilo Quelqucjeu y
fcra. Tancha M. de Queiquejeu
y a au hijo, Camilo, quienes >
euleron el dominio para Nueva
York.
Despus de haber pasado uno
temporada entre nosotros vUi-
tendo a sus hijos Seor Ri-
chard Lanzuer y Sra- Dora ae
Jann de Lanzner. regres ayer
a Miami la Sra. Caroline de
Lanzner. La despedimos.
Grato paseo le deseamos a la
Srta. Ana Cristina Cono quien
sigue maana para Chicago, en
viaje de placer.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos a la Sra. Lolita Z.
ce Isaza. quien lleg el lunes r
Nueva York por la via area.
Garta estada le deseamos a
:as Srtas. Yola y Rita Arias A-
rosemena, quienes llegaron de
| California con el fin de pacar
varias semanas visitando a su
ELuela, 8ra. Doa Hercllia A.
vda- de Arosemena.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al Seor Humber-
to Martnez y Seora Petlta P.
de Martnez, por el advenimien-
to de un varonclto ocurrido en
U Clnica San Fernando.
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos
al seor Mario Preciado, quien
je encuentra recluido en la Cl-
nica San Fernando por mottle*
ce salud.
"Los Jefes De La Polica Deben
Renunciar Para Dejar Libre Al
Presidente", Dice E. Ritter A.
Restablecidos
En vas de franca convalecen-
cia abandon el hospital Gor&as,
S. E. el Embajador de Mxico
on Costa Rica, seor Manuei de
viegri. Nos alegramos.
Abandon ayer la Clnica Sin
I ornando el 8eor Fabio Aro-
semena, noticia que anotamos
complacidos.
Anotamos, complacidos el cem
oleto restablecimiento del 3cfinr
Gastn Garrido quien durante
varios das, guard dama en su
itsidentla. j'Hfll
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Emella Z. de Alemn
Sra- Julieta P. de Chandcck
Sra. Abigail A. de Arias
Sra. Jackellne de 8cribner
Sra. Juana B. de Benedetti
Sra. Emilia C. de CebamaiiO
Srta. Rita Andreve Robles
Srta. Carlota Boyd Heath
Sr. Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
Seor Salvador Rlpoll
Las Demandas De Remn Pueden Ser
Un Obstculo Para Las Labores Del
Gobierno, Declara En Una Carta
SI LOS PUNTOS DE"VSTA DEL PRESIDENTE
CHOCAN CON LOS MOS, REGRESARE A LA
CTEDRA Y A LAS LABORES PERIODSTICAS
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra- Alejandrina B. de Tcr.-
pone
Seor Vicente Alfaro
Religiosas
Apostolado de la Oracin
Iglesia de San Francisco
(Ciudad)
Hora Santa Maana jucrcj
como vspera de Primer viernes
.. Hora Santa ser de 8 a 3 n.
m. Habr confesores en el
templo. '.
Primer Viernes Fiesta a\'
Sagrado Corazn de Jess. E'
da lo. de Junio es Primer v.r-
r.es y la Gran Festividad riel
Sagrado Corazn de Jess. La]
misas sern como los Domingos.
Habr un misa especial p--.ra
caninos a las 10:30.
Quedar el Santsimo expuer-
to durante todo el da. Por a
noche a las 7:30 funcin extra-
ordinaria con Precesin. Aslslir
el Excmo- Seor. Arzobispo.
m.
No obstante la acritud de sus
relaciones, no obstante la tenaz
y sauda campaa que Arnulfo
Arias haba desencadenado con-
tra el Coronel Remn a lo largo
del proceso electoral, un da am-
bos se abrazaron ante la sorpre-
sa unnime del pueblo. Se inici
entonces el regalo reciproco de
atenciones, adjetivos encomis-
ticos y sonrisas entre dos Irre-
conciliables enemigos.
Arnulfo Arias, de espaldas al
Sueblo, se dedic a un repugnan-
! flirt con las boyonetas y a un
robustecimiento paulatino de la
preponderancia militar.
Durante dieciocho meses de
gobierno, Arnulfo Arlas no aludi
siquiera a la mentira que le
avent al pueblr el 24 de no-
viembre de que tenia la renun-
cia de los Comandantes en el
bolsillo.
Pero los excesos de Arnulfo
Arias exacerbaron al pueblo y
ste urgi a la Polica a que
rompiera esa fatal ensambla-
dura.
Quin oblig la salida de
Arnulfo Arias: la Polica o el
pueblo? T tabes que la
Polica fu un forzado fac-
tor coadyuvante y que co-
rrespondi a la masa la glo-
ria de haber librado a la Re-
pblica de un tirano irres-
ponsable.
El curso que cobraron los
acontecimientos colocaron la
voluntad de los cuarteles ba-
jo la serena y vigilante vo-
luntad del pueblo.
Don Alcibiades Arosemena no
est en la Presidencia por la im-
posicin de las bayonetas sino
que est all porque a las bayo-
netas se Impuso la voluntad po-
pular.
Yo entr a colaborar con
el Presidente Arosemena por-
que l me hizo obligante lla-
mado patritico y porque yo
considero que un Gobierno
donde participan partidos co-
mo el Frente Patritico, el
PRI y el Liberal Nacional y
donde el Jefe del Estado es
un hombre sereno, responsa-
ble y bien intencionado tie-
ne necesariamente una
orientacin rectificadora.
para dejar en libertad al
Presidente para que esco-
giera personal de su absolu-
ta confianza o para que
mantuviera en sus posicio-
nes a los que renuncian.
Te anticipo que seria Injusto
si dijera que tengo resentimien-
tos estrictamente personales con
el Coronel Remn. A pesar de la
severidad de mis campaas en
su contra, he tenido siempre, de
parte suya, singulares manifes-
taciones d gentileza. Pero yo no
subordino a mis afectos o desa-
fectos, mi posicin de defensor
SEGN AUSTIN, LAS NACIONES
UNIDAS, RESUELTAS, PUEDEN
EVITAR UN CONFLICTO MUNDIAL
ATLANTIC CITY, Nueva Jer- International, acto al cual asis-
sey, Mayo 80 (UQlH) El obje-' tleron rotarlos y miembros de
tlvo inmediato de las Naciones
Unidas de evitar la tercera gue-
rra mundial puede lograrse si
tas naciones- libres del mundo quiere la paz, no es ella la mi
mantienen su fuerza, unidad y | ma clase de paz que quiere -el
cooperacin, ha declarado el
embajador Warren R. Austin.
Creo adivinar la pregunta invariable de la civilidad
ELIMINE
LAS CANAS
"ACEITE VEGETAL
MEXICANO PERFUMADO"
Devuelve a loa cabellos su
primitivo color, hayan sido
stos rubios, castaos
o negros.
No es nocivo No mancha
Es un producto de calidad.
PREMIADO EN VARIAS
EXPOSICIONES
que vas a hacerme en se-
guida: Consideras t que
la presencia del Coronel Re-
mn en la Comandancia
constituye un problema? Mi
respuesta es afirmativa. Lo
es por la cautela con que el
pblico mira cada gesto gu-
bernativo mientras l perma-
nece all. Lo es por el temor
de que esta Administracin
se vea obstaculizada por las
demandas del Cuartel. Lo es
por el pasado que tiene la
Polica y lo es por la vigen-
cia que tiene en el recuer-
do nacional la cada del Dr.
Chanis.
Yo soy de los que creen
que al producirse un cam-
bio de Gobierno, los Jefes de
la Polica deberan renunciar
El Presidente Arosemena
est sumamente atareado en
problemas de gran impor-
tancia nacional y desconoz-
co sus puntos de vista en
relacin con el problema de
la Polica. Si los suyos cho-
casen con los mos y yo ad-
virtiese que se abre una dis-
crepancia difcil de romper,
con la misma respetuosa ad-
miracin que le tengo y sin
disminuir la gratitud que le
debo, volvera a limitar mis
actividades al periodismo y
a la ctedra.
Creo que esto le pondr fin a
tus no expresados temores de
que haya permutado por una po-
sicin oficial lo que ha sido a
rala y savia de una larga cam-
paa de prensa y lo que es un
modo de pensar honrado y serlo.
Muy cordialmente,
(Fde). Eduardo Ritter A."
sus familias, procedentes de 60
pases.
Aunque el Kremlin dice que
mls-
ue
n, quien a
reg "No, los Imperialistas co*
Los comunistas hoy, como los munlstas quieren la paz del lo-
nazis hace diez aos, estn ha-. bo despus de haber devoraco
clendo uso de la paloma de la a la oveja la paz 'e saciarse. Ia
Importante que hay que notar
en estos momentos es que he-
mos hall; do ia manera de sa>
eaz como smbolo para encu-
rlr la expansin de la fuerza
de la Unin Sovitica para ha- .
cer la guerra, dijo el seor Aus- var las obstrucciones soviticas,
tin,_ jefe de la delegacin de Gracias a las lecciones de Co-
Estados Unidos en la ONU. rea hemos hallado el camino pa->
j ra evitar que las Naciones Uni-
El seor Austin habl ante das sean de nuevo tomadas do
la Convencin Anual de Rotarv sorpresa por la agresin."
DESCIENDE EN PUERTO RICO EL
NDICE DE MORTALIDAD INFANTIL
Y AUMENTA EL DE LA EDUCACIN
COLOMBIA FIRME CON EL MUNDO
LIBRE CONTRA LA AGRESIN
o
WASHINGTON, Mayo 30
(Uol). fc.1 iJr. Cipriano Hto-
trepo Jaramlllo, quien ha sido
designado Embajador de Colom-
bia en los Estados Unidos, de-
clar que su pas se mantiene
firmemente con las otras na-
ciones libres "en la lucha para
garantizar la libertad y la de-
terminaclr de poner fin a la
agresin."
Esta actitud de Colombia tie-
ne expresin de su unidad na-
val y batalln de Infantera que
ha enviado a combatir al lado
de las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas en Corea, dijo el Dr.
Restrepo Jaramlllo en un dis-
curso pronunciado aqu en pro-
grama de radio de la Unin Pan
Americana.
"A travs de toda su historia,
Colombia ha sido una nacin
pacfica, y sus soldados han ido
ms all de sus fronteras tsn
slo para defender la causa de
la libertad: primero, para ayu-
dar a los otros pases america-
nos a alcanzar su Independen-
cia bajo la genial direccin de
Simn Bolvar, y ahora en apo-
yo de la causa de la paz mun-
dial, de 1?, libre determinacin,
y de las libertades garantizadas
a todos los pases en la Carta
de las Naciones Unidas."
WASHINGTON, Mayo :I0
iUSIS) Durante los ltimos
diez aos se ha registrado en
Puerto Rico un sensible descen-
so en'el ndice de mortalidad In-
fantil, y se ha .umentado el
promedio de alfabetismo y asis-
tencia a las escuelas, segn in-
dican los datos preliminares del
ltimo censo.
Los datos mencionados mues-
tran que el nmero de nios
W^k
..><. Jr,
par* r*u.rrr *n frmmemr.
flMti "ino" y "Ss* t rrwi." mri> i Ja*** r No hay dentfrico que combata
las canas mejor que Kolynos. La
Crema Dental Kolyno neutraliza
los cidos causantes de las caries,
destruyendo las bacterias que
traducen esos cido. Y Kolynos
ace brillar loe dientas . em-
belleciendo su aonriaal . (Com-
pre Kolynos hoy y . selo
todos loa das! <>
Sabe mejor
Rios nm
.<'.
fyuHUtcfodt
Tum
IcHtdti-
ME SENT HALAGADA
A la gente joven, a pesar da sus
ideas modernas, les agradan los
platos preparados de un modo
tradicional. E3 otro dia mis
dos nietecitos vinieron a comer
y les serv sopa de pollo.
Abuelita, esta sopa est sabro-
ssimame Jijo Juanita. Ya
quisiera yo cocinar como t al-
gn da:
Me senti halagada, pero la ver-
dad anta todo.
Es muy sencillo, Juanita v 1*
respond . Esta, es Sopa de
Polio Campbell's. Y como t
dices est sabrossima porque
Campbell's la prepara con cal-
do de polloJugosos pollos co-
cinados a fuego lento arres
blanco finsimo y como vea,
titne trozos de poilo.
T Pepito que habla tomado la
sopa con apetito ain decir una
palabra, e: clam de pronto:
Dama ms, abuelita!
Quiera dormir
como un bobo?
Ponga un poco de P08TUM en una
taza, agregela agua o leche calien-
te y obtendr" una bebida sabrosa,
n aatimulantes, que le ayudar S
sUfru-tau de un sueo tranquilo
Compre fOSTUM hoy
sisma v awtfebele.
El jueves dictar una
conferencia el Dr.
Federico Lachman
La Universidad de Panam
invita por este medio al pbli-
co en general a una conferen-
cia que dictar, en el Paranin-
fo de la Universidad, el Dr.
Federico R. Lachmann sobre LA
CIENCIA RECONSTRUYE UNA
NACIN". (Israeli. Esta confe-
rencia ser con Ilustraciones y
se llevar a cabo el da lueves
31 del presente a las 8.30 p.m.
El Dr. Lachmann ha cursa-
do estudios en las Universida-
des de Berln y LelDzlg. en la
misma ciudad fu Director de
una universidad popular: ms
tarde redactor en Jefe del edi-
torial ms grande de Eurona en
estos tiempos, Ullsteln, Berln.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
nitores oroeramas
portorriqueos de menos de dies
aos de edad ha subido un 29'o
desde 1940 hasta 1950, reflejan-'
do ello una firme reduccin da
la mortalidad Infantil.
La matricula escolar aument
en 110,000 unidades, llegando a
un total d> 408,000 en los plan-
teles pblicos y privados. Aire-'
dedor del 11% del nmero ao
jvenes de 18 a 24 aos de edad'
asista a las escuelas o colegios
el ao pasado en comparacin'
con el cuatro por ciento en 1940.'
Asimismo, el alfabetismo ci'
la poblacin total ha aumenta-'
do notablemente. En 1950. en-
tre las personas de ms de 10
aos de edad, el 78% o sea al-
rededor de 1,555,000 saben leer
y escribir en comparacin con
el 89% de 1940.
La poblacin total daHa Isla
aument de 342,000 ajn total'
gn muestran los datos prellml-'
de 2.211,00 en abril de 1950, se-1
Saw <*. i |
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que Audi Jcaiisss f torn siempre-
iguales, liten, sabrosos y ricos.
Lo nico que bar 1U h,ct<" r-
gar panes (usles de leche o agua
a la recets migics de Aunt Jemima
y banr bina que la meicia quede
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1, PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, MATO 31, 1951
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.

Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palabras.
3* por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. T.voll No 4
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Pirque dt
Pana mi
NOVEDADES MORRISON
A\e i de 'ulU
Tai MU
BOTICA CARLTON
Avi Ncieadei IMfa
Tal USCola*.
SALON DE KELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle U fntt Na. i
KL PANAMA AMERICA
Calta "H" Na Nn.m
va. Cuan 12-17 Catar
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SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturas v esnoltas
exlio brillantes o prueba de moho.
B 3.25 golon Almoeene Tropidu-
r*._____________
S~VNDEN:Claros, tubera asare,
cara eeeiielee. rls-Tai I carian
aislador para cielo rata! made-
ra, lo vo manos excusados, etc. a
la precio mi bsies " (J***
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via Espa-
a, ileaantfo o Juan Fronte Tal.
1-1503 ________
Vend .tos sacos usodos de henequn
CIA OULCIDIO GONZALEZ N..
S. A Fabrico de Mosaicos. Ave
Cubo No 8-
SE VENDE
Benpm Raicea
SE VENDE: Por motivo da vio je.
cantina Los Aliados, calle H No.
12. Informes en la mismo.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje en
la .Avenida Central No. 217 Cali-
donia. la Refresquera La Victoria.
Venocmcs y corlomos vidrios de to-
dos tmanos 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 DULCICIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A Fabrico de Mosccos
Ave Cuto No. 8.
Acabamos de recibir cemento blan-
co pora la vento. CA. D. NORII-
'GA. S A. Potadeno, No. 15, Tel
3-0260.____________________________
S"VENDE: Mquina de escribir
Smith Corono de II" como nuevo
$150.00. Fire'-tone, Calle Estudion-
tt 69 telfono 2-0363. Apor-
tado 51 I Panam-
SE ViNCE:Llontos usados, "?50 x
20. 900 x 20. mangueros de aire,
cg.'O. Jernimo de la Osso. IN-
TRA.____________________
SE VENDE:Rifle. Winchester Mo-
rillo 70. calibre 257 Roberts, con
telescopio Weaver, K. V. nuevo.
Volor en E.E. U.U. $180. Se ven-
de en $150 con extros. Vase
donde R. Me llvainc. 1440-B. co-
lle Owen. Bolboo. Tel. 2-3518.
SE VENDE:Chalet -de tres recima-
ros, dos servicios, garage, todo
cercado, motivo de viaje. Infor-
mes, carretera de Pueblo Nuevo
No. 43, Ricardo Prez.
SE VENDE:Unas acciones de la
Urbanizacin El Cangrejo. Box
1784. Balboa.
SE VENDE:Cholet en Bella Vista,
de tres recmaras, con cuarto y ser-
vicio poro empleada, poro informes
llame a la oficina Baquerizo. Tel.
3-0699.
SE VENDE:Una casa de concreto
amoblada en Nuevo Arroijn, con
4 recmaros, salo, comeder, porch
omplio. motor de luz, gallinero,
con ms de 100 gallinas, pida ms
informes a GABRIEL NOVOA. Ca-
lle "M" No. 26. Tel. 3-2161.
Un anuncio pequeo con grandes
otertos. Lotes de todos tomnos en
todos los Urbanizaciones a precios
realmente bojos. Vistenos perso-
nalmente / convnzose de lo
asombroso de nuestro oferta.
Wolff y Ca. Ltda., Calle 5o., 22.
Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE
Cusas
SE VENDE: Cuotro apartomentos
amoblados cerca playa en Seacliff
Acres, con 3.500 metros de terre-
no, alto y a nivel, cguo v electn-
cidod. NADA MAS B.6.500. PA-
GARA POR SI SOLA DENTRO DE
5 AOS. Llame POSEY. Bolboo.
2698.
SE ALQUILA
lanas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet omoblado, to-
das las comodidades, cuatro re-
camaros, Vista del Mar, Tel. 3-
0788.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de concreto
completamente amoblado. Renta
B. 150.00. Altos del Golf. Infor-
mes telfono 3-2541.
Aumenta la
carretera C.iorwon-Sel deUrie
ron el avance de las fuerzas e
las Naciones Unidas en un pu,i-
to al sur de Yongchon a 7 n.l-
llas al norte del Paralelo 38
Frente CentraJ Occidental:--
Los chinos atacaron a las Ho-
pas norteamericanas al noreste
clfr-Hwachon en un nmero no
ueterminado desde tres lado-.
El asalto fu rechazado s'o
despus que los aliados recio.c-
run refuerzos. Se Informa que
tres batallones y dos regimien-
tos rojos se estn moviendo al
nor-oeste de Yongong y al sur-
oeste de Hwachon-
Frente Central Oriental:los
fuerzas comunistas apresuraron
fus acciones a todo lo largo 'del
frente. Los rojos emboscaron a
un convoy de abastecimientos al
rur-este de Inje. Otros 150 to-
jos establecieron un bloqueo de
caminos al noreste de fnie,
pero fueron rechazados en una
escaramuza de media hora.
Frente Oriental: Las tropas
surcoreanas se encuentran de-
tenidas en Kansong en la cos-
ta oriental a 27 millas al norte
del Paralelo 38. siendo sta la
penetracin aliada ms profun-
da de la Corea Comunista.
75c
por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Id. obtener
una magnifica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /jC
diarios
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central 223 Calldonia
Tel. 2-1 til
SE VENDE:La contina. Fuerte 18
B s. Precie mdico. Informe en la
misma.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet es-
taca 1 1-2 toneoda 1941, muy
buenas condiciones. Vea Sr. Molt,
Estocin Valdis, Ave. A No. 117-
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje, Ply-
mouth 1947, derechos pagos, ex-
celente condicin,'5 llantas nueva,
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 vio|e
Studeboker "Land Cruiser" i949,
sedan 4 puertas, color rojo, cubre-
asientos Nylon. llantas blancos,
antena, derechos pagos, seguro
completo, plocas hasta Diciembre
1951. Condicin excelente. El com-
prador puede po'gar una suma /o-
zoncble al contado y asumir obli-
gacin de 8 letras a B.60.00 men-
suales. Telfono Oficina 2-2856
residencio 3-0393. epartedo 1376.
SE VENDE:Oldsmobile 42,-B',375.
00. Puede flnonciarse. Seor Vilar,
Panam Amrico.
SE VENDE: Cuatro automviles
Chevrolet 1950. 4 puertas, per-
fectas condiciones. Informes Tel.
417 o Adalberto Joly y Ci. Tel.
1222, Coln.
SE ALQUILA
Aparta mratoe
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento com-
pletamente omoblado, dos rec-
mara, muy fresco, frente ol mar.
Calle Uruguay No. 2, Tel. 3-0916-
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento de 3
cuartos con bolcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Avenida Central
No. 125- Tel. 2-3491.
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos a
B.50.00 y cuarto a B. 12.00. Tel.
2-0364.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento, sala,
comedor, recmaro y garage. Ca-
l'e 46 No. 27. Infrmete lo mis-
ma caso Apto. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartronlo fresco,
cntrico, dos reca-naros, cocino,
, servicios independ.ntes, balcn,
olios. Avenido A No. 16. B.60.00.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento inde-
pendiente, solo, comedor, dos re-
cmores, esquino Avenida Per,
calle 36 Este No. 11, B.80.00.
SE ALQUILANApartomentos fres-
cos, amueblados, con aguo colien-
te, telfeno privado y servicio com-
pleto de Hoel. Hotel Roosevelt.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje
Buick Super 1949 Dynoflow, en
excelentes condiciones, 2 pueitos,
color negro, cubre osientos, llan-
tas blancas, radio, derechos pagos.
Llame telfono 3-1975 de 2 a 5
p. m.
SE VENDE: Restaurante "El Ra-
dio," situado en calle C, frente ol
Parque Sonta Ano. Pora infor-
mes: all mismo.
MISCELNEA
ReaNe experta, aficionada: Ajusta
receptores con precisin. Sin usar
instrumentos." Enve SI.00 en
corto certificada a Agencia Gis-
come. Apareado 3124 Panam.
Tel. 2-0856.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos

SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinera y
una empleada para oficios genera-
les de casa, no tienen que dormir
en el empleo. Ocurra a lo Ave.
Monuel Ycazo en Compo Alegre,
No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Dos empleados se-
rios para trabajos domsticos. De-
ben dormir 'n el trabojo. Colle 15
Patulla No. 117.
SE NECESITA: Una cocinera con
recomendacin. Avenida Per No.
75. bajos.
SE NECESITA: Empleada servicios
domsticos. Debe dormir en la ca-
so- Colle 2a. Perejil, casa Argelis.
apartamento 8. Tel. 3-1343.
SE NECESITA:Planchadora y uno
cocinero, la cocinero debe dormir
en la caso. Avenida Ecuador No.
26.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para tra-
bojo general de caso; debe dormir
en el emplee. Calle 45 Este No. 46
I bajos).
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
eeuerales
industrias
"anamericanas
Calle 29 E 22
Tel 3-1713
WILLYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
para cualquier negocio.
Su costo y mantenimien-
to es inigualable.
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agencia Willys)
SE VENDE:A meicr postor, camio-
neta Ford 1948. derechos pagos y
licencia para 1951. Propuestas
sellados se recibirn en nuzstra
oficina calle L No. 5, ciudad. Pa-
nam, y se abrirn Sbado Junio
2 10:00 a. m, se inspeccionarn
en nuestros oficinas, calle L No.
5, ciudad de Panam. Panam,
Pon Americon World Airways, Inc.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
it ALQUILAN:Excluwament po-
ro oticinot locla cntrico an los
ai to da Ayenitfj' Central 44 c
precio mdico Solicitan Into
mocin an Almacena 5 10 cen-
tavo*.
SE ALQUILA:O Vanee. Local es-
pacioio con banca 4a primera
ara marcado. Si le intereso hafa
*U propuesta a los tt It fonos 3-
0338 o 2-3333.
SE ALQUILA: Moderno oporta-
mento omoblado, de uno recma-
ra, solo-comedor, cocina, bono, re-
frigeradora, telfono. Edificio Nue-
vo Tvoli. colle Roch 14 Apt. 3-
B entre Avenido Tivoli y calle Es-
tudiante. Precio B 85.00. Verlo de
3 o 6 p. m.
i--------~^_
SE ALQUIl-A:Apartamento peque-
o independiente, con estufa, re-
frigeradora e instalacin de agua
'caliente, frente a "Auto Ssrvicto,
S. A." precio B.55.00. Paro infor-
moc'n :Auto Servicio, S. A., Ca-
lle H y Ave. Ancn.
SE ALQUILA:Cmodo apartamen-
to moderno, dos recmaros. Calle
3o., final, San Francisco de la
Caleta. Informes en la mismo
caso.
LECCIONES
SE ALQUIL:Locol pora oficina.
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA: Locales paro ofici-
nas. Ideales para mdicos, diplo-
mticos, abogados, comisionistas.
Sin amueblar. Aseo de oficina, ba-
os privados, servicio de telfono
y mensajes las 24 horos del dio.
En el bello Hotel EL PANAMA. 0-
curra al Sub-Gerente 3-1661.
SEORA:Graduado en Conservato-
rio Eurooea. enseo Piano y Acor-
den. Garantiza rpido aprendiza-
je, mtodo ultramoderno. Informes
Tel. 3-3908. Llomor de 8 a 4 p-
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: -Persona poro ven-
der exclusivamente mquinas de
coser, hablar ingls y castellano, a
base de comisin, escriba aporta-
do 537, Panam.
SE ALQUILA: Locol propio poro
oficina en Calle Coln. Ocurrir a
Saln de Belleza Soledod, en calle
12 Este.
SE VENDE
Artculo de Casa
SE VENDE:Motivo de vla|e, todos
los mueble': de un apartamento-
Dirigirse, calle 49 No. 13. Tel
3-2378.
E VENDE:Estante de caobo y es-
tufa "Magic Chef" en perfectos
condiciones. Calle 34 No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-0899. Ponam.
SE VENDEN:Todos los muebles de
uno caso incluyendo piano, infor-
mes, corretera de Pueblo Nuevo
No. 43. Ricardo Prez.
SE VENDE:Un juego recmara y
licorera, cos nuevo y barata, pue-
de versa calle 15 Febrero casa
3 cuarto 17-
SE NECESITA:Norteamericano bi-
linge cen experiencia en admi-
nistracin, venta y negocio en ge-
neral, desea posicin. Escriba J. D.
Apdo. 134, Ponam.
SE NECESITA:Por motivo de en-
sanche y demando, dos ebonistos,
un barnizador competente. Via
Belisorio Porras No. 130.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto completo-
mente amoblado poro hombre so-
lo. Cali Colombio No. 8. apar-
tamento 5. Telfono 3-0338.
..SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en Aveni-
do Ancn No. 71. apartamento 1.
cerco Teatro Tropical.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con O sin
muebles, hombre solo de buenos
costumbres, responsable- Colle 6*.
19. ltimo piso.
SE VENDE:Vitrino futurista, vl-
trino aparador, estante, tres cuer-
pos, dos cama-cuna, estante de
baby Todo casi nuevo. Borato.
Victoriono Lorenzo No. 10. Tel. 2-
1686.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto independiente
con o sin muebles, en residencia
porticulor. Bella Vista. Colle 45
No. 14.
SE ALQUILA:Un cuorto. calle la.
Perejil. Casa 14 Apto. 12.
SE VENDE:Alacena, cocina cerro-
do, artculos de coso. Williomson
Ploce, 0763-D, Tel. 2-3216.
SE VENDE:Estante de caoba, dos
e?pejos. 3 puertas. $100.00. Calle
9o. No. 47, San Francisco.
SE VENDE:Una cuno de boby de
$15.00, un estontito $20, uno ca-
nastilla $8.00. una vitrina poro
comedor, $35.00, un estante cao-
ba, hecho por Cowes, $50.00. un
Chifonnier $35.00, un bar $20-
00. Ocurra Avenida Ecuador No.
20.
SE VENDE:Motivo de vioje. Todos
los muebles de una coso, en ex-
celentes condicione. Llame telefo-
no 3-1975 de 2 o 5 p. m.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Coja Fuerte, acuda
Mueblera Central, Ave. Central
178___________ ______________r
SE COMPRA:Moz omorlllo o B.
4.50 quintal. Fbrica de Molino
Criollo. Ponam.
SE VENDE:Motivo vioje, boadero
de baby, nueva, cunito con colchn
Simmons, impermeable, cmoda,
con su espejo. Precio regolodo.
Vista Hermosa. La Masa.
PERDIDO
PERDIDA:Perra da cacara, aatre
la carretera t Re Abaja y Pana-
m Vieja, caler negra en el lama
y chocolate ea la potos. Avisar
Tel. i-i 120. GretiHceca.
AVISO
Para conocimiento del p-
blico en general, hago cons-
tar, que por medio de la Es-
crltura Pblica No. 850, yo.
Dimas Gonzlez, con cdula
de Identidad Personal No.
28-32127. vendi el estableci-
miento denominado "La Po-
pular", situado en Calle Pros-
pere/Pnel jt16 a la seorita
Elvia Marina Arosemena con
Cdula de Identidad Personal
No. 47-55102; por tanto ruego
a toda persona que tenga
cuenta pendiente con dicho
establecimiento ae alrva pasar
a la Calle 17 Oeste No. 12.
bajos, a entenderse con el se-
or Gonzlez.
Panam, 28 de Mayo de 1851.
Dimas Gomales
Cd. 28-32127
GUIA
COMERCIAL
(CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
los cobradores.sa quedaban con
i el dinero coorado". Considero
ue dicho seor est ea la obll-
clen ae rectificar pdica-
mente, quines son- esos co-
bradores, si. es que. existen, ya
que con sus afirmaciones ma-
lvolas tiende a enlodar el buen
nombre d todos aquellos que,
como yo, rendamos cuentas
claras de los dineros recibidos,
y que Jams nos hubiramos
atrevido a intentar siquiera,
hacer uso de algo que, no nos
perteneca.
En mi poder reposan todos
los recibos que el seor Ma-,
rio Cont Fernndez firmaba'
con su puo y letra, una vez
recibido el dinero correspon-
diente, documentos estos que
pongo a las rdenes de quie-
nes quieran examinarlos.
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
D vants an
LA BYZKAYNA
AVISO.
a nuestros clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin lleg el pe-Jid
tan demorado.
Por primera Tes hay en
Panam latas de V- os.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 278 Tel. 3-0140
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,
21. 3 y 3} lbs.)
MAZOS Y PIQUETAS.
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4 I
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 18 Este # Tel. Z-2SH
Agradecindole de antemano
su fina atencin, nie.es gra-
to suscribirme como s aten-
ta y segura servidora.
tnasM-d Los*
RENUNCIA UN PUESTO
Panam, may 28 de 1851
Seora doa
Heliodora de Arosemena..
Presidenta de la Cruz: Roja
Nacional. Panam.
Seora-: .
Por este medio y de la ma-
nera ms respetuosa. Tengo an-
te usted a presentar renuncia
(Irrevocable de ml nombramien-
to como miembro de >la Cruz
Roja, Capitulo de Coln, pues-
to en el cual me desempee con
humilde empeo y'el que slo
acept, por no. desairar a doa
Ana Matilde Linares de Arlas,
por quien he sentido y sentir,
toda mi vida,' la ms profunda
estimacin.
De Ud. atentamente. .
San da Caballera
' '. '
Habeas Corpus
cuya parte pertinente dice asi:
"Considera la Corte Necesario
anotar que las sumarlas bajo
examen ponen de manifiesto
ce el funeionarlo investig&ur
en ninguna parte orients la r.-
vestigaoln con miras al esc.a-
raclmlento de tedos los actos
delictuosos que culminaron coa
Is, expedicin del Decreto de
Gabinete derogatorio de la Cor.s
titucln Nacional".
"Los qu planearon, los que
promovieron propagandas ten-
denciosas, los que de manca
Dblica y notarla' abogaron por
la implantacin de la Cons-u-
c!n Nacional de 1941, y se con-
certaron para ese fin caen ca-
lo la sancin de los Arta. 121 y
122 del' Cdigo.-Penal- La omi-
sin que la- Corte anota hace
defectuosas fe hteompletas ,iw
sumarlas Incoadas". ,
"La Corte na encuentra en t,c
inmenso cmulo de plecas su-
mariales, que constituyen la ia-
vt'stigacln- Iniciada el die* d
mayo ni un testigo ni ninguna
otra prueba que indique qTJ* En-
rique Linares estuviera armado
en los das efe los sucesos san-
grientos, o qu hubiera'propor-
cionado' armas a otras perO-
nas; -o qu hubiera alentado* !a
lucha a Aada, ^o' que hubiera
concebido o dirigido .un plan Ce
ataque a mano armada".'.
1 Gobieri
de 22 millones, *l-remanente-de
diez millones, se-- Utilizar- para
la Interamerican,
Tambin' nos tofara el l-
nistro Navarro, que una Comi-
sin de Tcnicos de la -Carre-
teras Interamerican estar en
nuestra ciudad ej quince de fu-
i, para ultimar loa detalles
concernientes a esta obra y es-
tablecer cul sera, Sla partici-
pacin d*-Panam'en los men-
cionados trabajos.
Mientras Gibraltar est en poder
de ios ingleses constituir una
lianderifla en las espaldas"
Declara Franco en una entrevista para el diario
inflas MLondon Daily Mail"
, LONDRES, mayo 80 (UP)
EL Generalsimo Francisco Fran-
co declar que Espaa est dis-
puesta a combatir la propaga-
cin del comunismo y a coope-
rar con todas las naciones sin-
ceramente opuestas a ese mo-
vimiento Internacional.
Franco hizo esas declaracio-
nes en una entreTlsta con O.
Ward Price del "London Dally
Mall", en las que toItI a plan-
tear la cuestin de la devolu-
cin de Gibraltar a Espaa.
Franco manifest que los es-
paoles consideran como una
"banderilla en las espaldas" el
flue los britnicos continen en
posesin de Gibraltar.
Al preguntrsele si Espaa se
unira a otros pases en la lu-
cha contra el comunismo, Fran-
co respondi: "Espaa hizo
frente y luch contra el peli-
gr comunista, vencindolo en
su propio suelo. Espaa sigue
dispuesta a combatir la propa-
gacin de ese mal y a coope-
rar con las naciones que since'
ramente se oponen a l. SI to-
dos los pases de Europa Oc-
cidental hubieran resistido al
comunismo como Espaa lo ha
estado haciendo durante los l-
timos quince aos, el Occidents
no tendra que temer tanto a la
agresin comunista".
El corresponsal le pregunt
que si en caso necesario colo-
carla al Ejrcito Espaol bajo
el mando del General Elsen-
hower y Franco contest: "Na-
turalmente, tal asunto tendra
que ser objeto de negociacio-
nes preliminares".
Dijo que la cuestin de Gi-
braltar sigue siendo muy Im-
portante para los espaolea y
agreg que "desde que esa parto
del territorio espaol fu ocu-
pada irreeularmente, su devo-
lucin fu reclamada por varios
monarcas espaoles y en varias
ocasiones se prometi su res-
1 titucln".
Vanctenberg asegura que E.U.
est muy lejos de equipararse
a la amenaza de los rojos
Romanas 'Vetecto'
Todos los Estilos
Esponjas de Brillo
Horquillas ',
de tender ropa
Machetes 'Collins'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
WASHINGTON, mayo 30.
denberg, Jefe de la Fuerza A-
rea dijo que Rusia est crean-
do una fuerza area de largo
alcance y que Estados Unidos
est muy- lejos de equipararse
a la amenaza sovitica.
En declaraciones ante la Co-
misin del Senado que investi-
ga la destitucin del General
MacArlhur, Vandenberg dijo
que las debilidades de nues-
tros planes de defensa hacen
dudar seriamente "si el tiempo
est de nuestra parte" y que
el actual plan de movilizacin
se compone de "un 30 por cien-
te 'de caonea y setenta por
ciento de mantequilla".
' r
La comisin dio a conocer que
en diciembre pasado MacArthur
habla sugerido a los jefes del
Estado Mayor que el recono-
cimiento de una existencia de
estatia de guerra, entre Esta-
dos Unidos y la .China roja a-
llanaria el camino para des-
truir la capacidad de China
para hacer la guerra y quizs
motivarla una Invasin anti-
comuntsta del territorio de la
China continental.
MacArthur dijo que el poten-
cial aero-naval de Estados Uni-
dos slo se ha "utilizado par-
cialmente" en Corea y que so
habla "pasado por alto" la
guarnicin nacionalista en For-
mosa.
Vandenberg critic la lentitud
en reforzar la fuerza area an-,
tes y despus de comenzar la>
guerra en Corea y dijo que sL
esta nacin hubiese posedo
una fuerza area adecuada eiv
vez de una fuerza reducida, era*
muy probable que los comunls-i
tas chinos no habran entrado
en la guerra de Corea, pero, que*
de haberlo hecho, las fuerzaal
de las Naciones Unidas habran!
podido seguir la sugestin dea
MacArthur de bombardear la*
bases en Manchuria sin dejarj
"al desnudo" a este pas ants |
el mundo agresor.
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BEVERLY'. Massachussetts.
Mayo 30. tSE>. -* Nancy B'er-
telsen Masseorlni, de quien se
dice ha substituido Rita Hay-
worth en los afectos de Ali Khan,
declara que el principe es en-
cantador, pero que no es del ti-
po hogareo.
.La bella rubia, quien acaba de
regresar a su casa de campo de
Massachussetts. procedente de
La Ritiera, dijo due ella y su
esposo han -decidido separarse,
pero advirti que la separacin
no tiene por fin qua ella pueda
casarse con Ali. .
Neg los i. mores de que ella
hubiera figurado en la separa-
cin habida entre AJ y Rita, y
dijo:
"Es verdad que Ali y yo somos
amigos, pero cranme cuando di-
go que- no hay ningn idilio. Ese
rumor se puhllc'n forma sen-
sacional por la prensa europea,
especialmente la Italiana, y cau-
Educacin autoriza
el funcionamiento
del Insl. Moderno
En la- Vlaltaduria de Escuelas
Particulares, a targo del seor
nuej de 7- Luzcando, fuimos
rmados. de que por Resel-
No. 174. de 22 de mayo de
1151. fue autorizado ej funcio-
namiento del Instituto Moder-
no, plantel de carcter particu-
lar que funciona en las aulas
del. Instituto Nacional, bajo la
orientacin de competentes pro-
feaores. Por medio de este Im-
portante documento, que lleva
la* fu-mas del Ministro del Ra-
eho, Prof. Ricardo J. Bermlidez
y del. SeetaWb del Minute-
ro, Lie. Carlos Ivn Znlga. se
le concede tambin la Incor-
poracin correspondiente, al te-
nor : de lo que establece el Art.
7 de la Ley 47 de 1*46. Org-
nica de Educacin. Con este pa-
so de trascendencia, los ttulos
que expida, asi como los cr-
ditos que obtengan los alum-
nos, tendrn valor oficial y se-
rn reconocidos oor la Univer-
sidad de Panam.
s grandes molestias, tanto a mr I
esposo como a mi."
Mientras tanto, de Paris 11*' 1
gan informes de que el principal!
Ali Khan se hallaba an en Eu- I
ropa esta noche, pero que esta I
tan decidido a evitar encuentro* I
con los periodistas, que hasta ha |
dejado de prestar atencin a las'
carreras de caballos.
Por otra parte, algunos parl-1
slenses han expresado dudas do'l
que un divorcio que pueda oo-'f
tener Rita en Nevada sea vlido,
en Inglaterra o Francia. Se in-
dica que como Ali reside en!.
Francia, cualquier decisin acer f
ca de su hija Jazmn y su fu-
turo material, requerir que All L
acepto participar en discusiones
legales; pero hasta ahora, All ha I
rehusado participar en deman-.f
da alguna ante un tribunal da-
Nevada.
Las sesiones
vida mediante ciertas norma*I
concretas y viables;
Modificacin de los arance-l
les, para a justarlos a la reall-f
dad nacional;
Reforma de las disposiciones!
que regulan la organizacin dell
Banco de Urbanizacin y Reha-I
btlltacin para que pueda ex-l
tender el radio de sus actlvl-f
dados;
Adopcin del Plan de Obras
Pblicas,
bLey sobre consolidacin da
la deuda interna a base de
un emprstito hasta por la su-
ma de veintids millones as-
balboas. El remanente despus
de cancelarse la deuda serla
empleado como cuota de Pana-
m para la terminacin de la
Carretera Interamerican.
cLey sobre emisin de c-
dulas hipotecarlas del Hotel El
Panam, con la mira de obte-
ner la reapertura del Banco Fl4
dudarlo de Panam.
dConsideracin de v a r loi
decretos del rgano Ejecutlvc
mediante los cuales han sida
nombrados los nuevos Gerentes
de las instituciones autnomas
el Fiscal del Tribunal de le
Contencioso Administrativo j
un Magistrado titular de la
Corte Suprema de Justicia.
ATENCIN!
GRAN VENTA ANUAL
EL VIERNES 1 de JUNIO
VISTENOS!
MOTTA'S
' COLON SOLAMENTE


MIRCOLES MATO Si. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
> ii i
1T-
PA1NA SIETE
El Campeonato De Basketball Mayor Ofrece
Esta Noche Su 2do. Doble De La Temporada
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Ezzard Charles Es Favorito Para
Vencer Esta Noche a Joe Maxim
Marchan invictos en el comando del ftbol de 2a. cat
Bam vs. Mauricio y
S. Cruz vs. Chester
los dos partidos
Estar en disputa
el campeonato de
la divisin pesada
CHICAGO, Mayo 30 (UP)El
campeen Ezzard Charles ea fa-
vorito por 12 a S para vencer
por puntos a Joey Maxim en la
pelea que por el titulo peso
pesado se librar esta noche en
el Estadio de Chicago.
El entusiasmo por la pelea
ha disminuido grandemente
debido a coincidir con el mo-
mento en que la ciudad se ha
I vuelto "loca" con 'los' triunfos
I de los Medias Blancas en la
iLlga Americana- el aconteci-
miento deportlvo que es el te-
ma del da ac-y por celebrar-
le hoy el "Da del os hroes".
Los apostadores profesionales
I y fanticos han convertido a
Charlea en 1 favorito por las
I siguientes razones: venci a
I Maxim por puntos tres veces
I antes que ninguno de ellos fue-
lla campen de su divisin; ha
I peleado ms que Maxim en el
[ltimo ao, y se considera que
I cuenta con una pegada ms
contundente que Maxim.
Se espera que como 0.000 fa-
Intlcos presencien el encuentro
que se celebrar en la ms
grande arena bajo techo del
nundo y la cual tiene una ca-
Iblda para ms de 20 mil perso-
gas. A pesar de ser ellos cam-
ones de dos divisiones distin-
tas las diferencias en peso no
sern muy grande. Se espera
ijue Charles pese como 182 li-
bras y Maxim como 178. Ambos
cuentan con 29 aos de edad,
axlm sol oha noqueado a 20
le sus 05 contrincante mientras
gue Charles ha noqueado a 45
e 76. Ambos han sido noquea-
"os una sola vez: Charles por.
iloyd Marshall en marzo de
J043 y Maxim por Curts She-
Ird en el mismo mes y ao.
EN FINAL ELECTRIZANTE. En esta fotografa se puede
apreciar la llegada pareja dt los caballos Tokyo Express (8)
por dentro y My Vol (4) por fuera, en el Hipdromo de
Yonkers, N.Y. Stanley Dancer, ltigo del Express, lo condujo
al fina lelectrizante despus de sostener dura competencia
con Ed Morgan, Jinete de Vol.
La Novena Sherbrooke Tiene En Su
Lnea A Ocho Jugadores Cubanos
SHERBROOKB, Quesee, Ma7 ra. aclimtarse>en la regin con
La Fed. de Baseball
trata hoy sobre la
XII Serle Mundial
Varios asuntos de importan-
cia tratar esta noche la Fede-
racin Nacional de Baseball
Amateur, de acuerdo con la si-
guiente informacin:
Por este medio Informamos
a los Federados, Darlo Ruiz,
Azael Bendlburg, Arturo Illue-
ca, Joaqun A. Ortega, Alonso
Hoy, Arturo del Valle, Gofre-
do Grlmaldo y Pedro M. Alain,
que la Federacin Nacional de
Baseball para Aficionados ten-
dr una importante reunin
esta noche a. las 7JO en el
Beer Lounge de la Cervecera
Nacional frente al Gimnasio
del Maran.
En esta sesin se tratar so-
bre la Rifa que dicha entidad
llevar a cabo en el mes de
Noviembre para acoplar fondos
suficientes para sus funciones
como Federacin. Tambin tra-
tar sobre el nombramiento del
Federado de la Provincia de
Coln que desde Noviembre no
tiene representacin, y la de
Herrera que renunci la sema-
na pasada por motivos perso-
nales.
Lo mismo se cita a todos los
aspirantes a Director y Asis-
tentes de la novena que nos
representar en Mxico con
motivo de la XII Serle Mun-
dial de Baseball en Octubre,
con el fin de explicar que se-
rn escogidos a base de prue-
bas prcticas y tericas.
A. IUuees,
Presidents
P. M. Alain,
Secretarlo.
yo 30-(UPi-^-La-novena cubana
que a veces es conocldar como
Atlticos del Sherbrooke tiene, demostrar sus condiciones al ex
una advertencia que hacerle
a los que so le enfrenten "no
hay que conocer el idioma para
Imponerse en Ja Liga Provincial
de Quebec".
Ocho de los Atlticos de Sher
brooke son cubanos y se en-
cuentran con algunos proble-.
mas cuando quieren expresarse
en Ingls pero en el diamante
la cosa cambia y no han teni-
do problemas para ponerse a )a
cabeza de los ocho clubes del
circuito clase C.
El espaol que hablan los cu-
banos se ha unido a la mezcla
de Ingls y francs de esta re-
gln y los criollos que al prin-
cipio tuvieron dificultades pa-
Por IVAN KANCHA-
SI deporte nacional tiene sus
rancies problemas, felizmente,
n esta hora crucial por la que
traviesa la Repblica, tiene
res soleras muy grande.:, que
o dudamos le darn su apo-
o; tanto como es su deber, co-
0 cuanto que son grandes
eportlstas de carne, de san-
re y de alma.
Si en la gesta magna de ese
10 de mayo de 1051 han de salir
eneiclados, que sea el depor-
i uno de los primeros: para
io aport su sangre generoso:
'ssca estn las tumbas de sus
randes deportistas que cave-
rn inmolados escribiendo una
i las pginas ms brillante
nuestra historia patria. Enor
e falta le hacen a su queri-
> Panam, en sus hogares su
iesto es insustituible, y en el
porte han dejado un vacio
uy difcil de llenar.
[Pero asi es la vida, para ha-
fcr gloria tiene que haber vic-
pas y la libertad tiene su cua
(o orleado de sangre.
Vuelta la calma al espritu,
nacin toda corriendo hacia
relndlvlcacln, el deporte eo-
Kenza a desperezarse de ese
jomnlo lastimero en que lo
n tenido los malos hijos de
Patria.
iLos muchachos colonenses
ron el primer grito en este
evo movimiento con su prl-
r congreso de los voceros de-
[rtivos del pais, de gran tras-
idencia, aunque no estuve
Miente por mala comprensin
nterpretacln.
(Mego Educacin Fsica hace
llamado general a las Fe-
raciones Deportivas, con mi-
de encausar el deporte en
distintas ramas, gesto que
originado valiosos comen-
tos.
as Ligas capitalinas estn
Sleno auge, las federaciones
ln tienen su movimiento;
i viene ahora que todos se
m para que el oficialismo
ga ms atencin con el de-
te. Que se descongelen sus
tas que estn centralizadas
irlendo Dios sabe que ren-
p. Mientras en el pals no
1 campos deportivos, aqu
|mo en la capital solo hay
campos de Juego, El Esta-
y Santa Rita, el Gimnasio EN CONDICIONES:Jim Hue-
lonal y los deportistas am- cbinson quien participar en la
an por terrenos privados pa- Competencia de Pista y Campo
flacer tus prcticas. des Freno, se encuentra prc-
omo dijimos al principio, sus Uc*nd. H California .
ndes solares de deporte en; El, 'o velocuta Cali.
ictualldad son. el seor Mi-' !?Smi.~ l^sai0 .*(** m
ro de Educacin Prof, ri- ?"PJ2,"*0,K * *** 7 * '**
&o Bermdez. uno de los po-' **' <"""* ha" competido._____
ros valores del pas, depor-1 . >
i a carta cabal y esperanza elemento de accin y.sacrlfl-
ema de la gran legin de' cios.
una temperature, tan distinta a
la cubana han comenzado a
tremo de que en la Liga se ha
hecho proverbial la frase "no
Eierda de vista a los Atlticos".
ntre los aficionados y los pro-
pios cubanos orgullo y la satis-
faccin mayor ha sido Silvio
Garca torpedero que result la
sensacin al bate el ao pasa-
do y que este ao tiene fuertes
contrarios en cuanto a jugador
de mayores simpatas en dos
de sus compatriotas.
Uno d los Jugadores que se
ha robado la voluntad de los
aficionados es el lanzador zur-
Ecos del Congreso
Nal. de Redactores
Deportivos
Per LUIS E.ORTIZ
EL PRIMER CONGRESO NA-
CIONAL DE REDACTORES
DEPORTIVOS
CONSIDERANDO:
1Que en el pasado mes de
Abriil, dej de existir, tras pe-
nosa dolencia en un sanatorio
de la ciudad de Mueva York e)
glorioso boxeador, Alfonso Te-
filo Brown.
2Que el finado trompada-
chin vio la primera luz de su
existencia en esta ciudad de
Coln, y aqui adquiri sus prl-
do Jos Piloto que hasta ahora meros conocimientos en el arte
ha ganado tres Juegos sin su-1 que tantas glorias prodig a la
frir derrota alguna. Otro s el' Repblica de Panam, a travs
Jardinero Pedro Pages que bri-
lla lo mismo al campo que al
bate.
Los otros cinco tienen tantas
simpatas como si hubiesen na-
de sus presentaciones en diver-
sas ciudades del mundo.
RESUELVE:
1Solicitar al Honorable Con
cldo en esta provincia. El gru- sejo Municipal de la ciudad de
Coln, que d los pasos perti-
nentes con el laudable fin de
que los restos mortales del glo-
rioso boxeador Alfonso Tefilo
pos les largos tole- j Brown sean trados a esta clu-
receptores Manuel; dad, para que descansen para
po se compone de Armando Ro-
che excelente lanzador relevo,
Hlrm Gonzlez que al campo
tiene" gran brazo y al bate se
distingue
tazos, los
Mantaras y Lauro. Pascual y el
agiil defensor del cuadro Pedro
Ballester.
Falta mucho an para poder
decir qu novena triunfar en
la contienda este ao pero son
muchos los que aseguran que
en el grupo de peloteros que es-
tarn Junto 1-asta de la 'ban-
dera cuando se iza la del club
campen piedominarn los cu-
banos.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS ..
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Basketball Provincial)
G. P. Pie.
Lord Chesterfield 2 1.000
Dep. Bam .........1 loto
Mauricio .......... 0 1 .000
Santa Cms ......... 1 .0*0
Juegos de esta noche
MAURICIO TS BAM
7.00 p.m.
CHESTER ts SANTA CRUZ
8.30 p.m.
Per ACHET
Otro doble Juego ofrece esta
noche el campeonato Mayor
Masculino de la Liga Provincial
de Basketball en el Gimnasio
Nacional, choque estos en los
cuales los equipos Santa Cruz
(Cyrnos) y Mauricio buscarn
su primer xito.
BAM TS MARICIO
7.00 p.m.
Este primer choque promete
resultar muy Interesante toda
vez que ambos competidores
mantienen en sus nminas a
conocidas caras de nuestro ba-
loncesto que dia a da superan
su actuacin, James Brady,
Henry Phillips, Emilio Sonell,
Clyde Cumberbatch y Jaime
Ayala, el magnifico mucha-
cho que reaparece esta no-
che con el maurlclo son los com
ponentes de la primera escua-
dra, que le harn frente a Cuty
Jan, Chefo Echeverra, Tito
Cellist, Celestino Magdaleno, C.
Ibaez del Bam.
Felipe Perdomo y Manuel Car
dales son los arbitros de esta
choque.
Lord Chester ts Santa Cruz
Este segundo Juego sirve para
que el Santa Cruz luche por
su primer triunfo o para que
los clgarrllleros sigan Invictos
en el comando. Esta noche los
muchachos que entrena Jos
French vienen confiados en sa-
lir de perdedor y cuentan con
los servicios de Salas. Alleyne,
Towcr, Jossph, Magdaleno y de-
ms que se medirn con Luis
Ortega, Tommy Armuelles, Pa-
a Smith, Patricio Harrison,
om, Santos, Zapata, Oarce-
rn Qulntlne y dems.
Jos M. Quintero y Roy Nay-
lor son los arbitros de este Jue-
go.
Seto Morales y Too de Sedas
anotadoree; Hurtado y Rivera
Cronometristas, Amores, Mel
y Tun Inspectores de entra-
da.
Presentamos aqui al equipo Deportivo Alemn, que marcha invicto en el comando del Cam-
peonato de Ftbol de Segunda Categora de la Liga Provincial de Panam, y en esta vista ex-
clusiva para este peridico aparecen, de Izquierda a derecha, (parados): M. A. Rivas, Asesor
Tcnico; G. Al varado, J. M. Sandiford, A. Gordon, R. Zamora, A. Lyons, N. Lpez, C. Hernn-
des, J. C. Godoy, Masajista: A. Gordon, entrenador; (acachados) L. Morales, el mascota Caci-
que, J. Rlva, C. A. Reina, J. B. Aizpra, R. Q uezada y H. Holness.
EL DEP. DITRANI PARTE MNA. HACIA COSTA
RICA PARA JUGAR FTBOL EL PXMO. DMGO.
Se Corre El Domingo En Juan
Franco El Clsico Hipdromo
Nacional Sobre 2.100 Metros
Por RDEME
El prximo domingo se corre-1 Tambin particllpar el ga-
ra en la vieja cancha sabanera nador del Clsico 'Presidente de
el Clsico Hipdromo Nacional. [ la Repblica" PHOEBUS APO-
prueba tradicional Importante
que se corre anualmente en
Juan Franco.
En esta ocasin cinco ejem-
plares se disputarn esta carre-
ra sobre una distancia de 2.100
metros y por un premio de B.
2.000.00, entre los cuales tene-
mos nada menos que al gran
corredor Ingls MAIN ROAD
?ue con seguridad ser el gran
avorlto para adjudicarse este
Importante evento.
LLO, que reapareci el Domin-
go pasado con una presenta-
cin muy pobre. Phoebus Apo-
llo grgara en esta ocasin un
peso de 120 libras; Dictador
el principal contendor de la
prueba con 110 libras, Pinard
con 128 y Welsh Loch-con 120
libras.
Un bello trofeo ser entrega-
do al propietario del caballo
ganador en la ceremonia espe-
Forman la delegacin
25 personas e incluye
un Redactor Deportivo
El equipo local de ftbol De-
portivo Dltrani,, partir maa-
na jueves hacia San Jos de
Costa Rica, para sostener un
partido el prximo domingo
contra uno de los mejores con-
juntos ticos.
El viaje est anunciado para
las 10.30 de la maana de To-
cumen, en el vuelo 620 de lal
Compaa Lacsa, y todos los
miembros del grupo deben es-
tar maana a las 8 a.m. en la
Estacin del Ferrocarril.
La Delegacin estar forma-
da por 25 personas, que son:
Seor Francisco Dltrani, DELE.
GADO JEFE; Daniel Delgado,
miembro de la Federacin Na.
clonal; Miguel ngel Rivas.
clal que tendr lugar en el pal- "if. ,JIde l*f*JEr?,Tlocim,
co presidencial.
El Crdenas jugar con el Pern en
la apertura del Campeonato Femenino
de basket mayor el prximo sbado
artistas que esperan con se-
dad una legislacin acerta-
un Inters ms profundo
la labor que marcar pica
a historia del deporte,
tro de los que se espera
or, dado su quilates de
a ciento por ciento, es
eor Ministro de Obras Pu-
bs Ing. Norberto Navarro,
I I
Y cierra el tringulo ese otro
valor Joven el Sr. Lie. Miguel
ngel Ordez, Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia, deportista de
las Juventudes, dinmico y lle-
no de f en sus acciones.
De estos tres mosqueteros, la
y todos sus deportivas
esperan con seguridad gran la-
bor.
Fue adquirido por
los Indios el novato
Billy Joe Davidson
WISTON SALEM, Carolina del
Norte, Mayo 30 (UP)Hank
Greenberg Gerente General de
loe Indios confirm que ha fir-
mado un contrato con el lan-
zador recluta de 17 aos Billy
Joe Davidson pagndole ana
5ratificacin que se cree asclen-
e a unos 50 mil dlares.
Davidson quien se gradu
ayer en la Academia Militar de
Cek Rldge se destac en todos
loe juegos en que particip en
la Academia.
siempre al lado de sus compa-
triotas que gozaron con sus me-
recidos triunfos.
2Recomendar sus virtudes
de deportista meritorio a las
generaciones venideras y guar-
dar en este sagrado recinto un
MINUTO de silencio a la me-
moria de este consagrado bo-
xeador, que pase su gallarda
figura por las principales urbes
del Mundo, llevando siempre
en su corazn la Imagen de la
Patria que tuvo la dicha de
verlo nacer.
Esta resolucin fu presenta-
da a consideracin del Primer
Congreso Nacional de Redacto-
res Deportivos por Luis E. Or-
tiz, y aprobado por unanimidad
por los Delegados.
Orestes Mioso
figura en el 4o
lugar en su liga
CHICAGO, Mayo 30 (UP)O.
Mioso el brillante antesa-
llsta y jardinero cubano de los
Medias Blancas figura en el se-
gundo lugar entre los bateado-
res de la novena y en el cuar-
to, puesto de la Liga Americana
con un promedio de .381, asi
como en el cuarto lugar en
ambas ligas empatado con Stan
Muslal de los Cardenales en
cuanto al nmero de carreras
anotadas con 31.
Mioso que tanto ha contri-
buido a los ltimos triunfos de
los Medias Blancas ha logrado
34 incomibles en 97 veces al ba-
te en 22 partidos que ha juga-
do tanto con su actual novena
como con los Indios.
Los Medias Blancas anuncia-
ron mientras tanto que el lan-
zador cubano Luis Aloma ha
sido reintegrado a la lista de
peloteros activos de la novena
de la cual se retir su nombre
el 24 de Abril por estar pade-
ciendo de Buriltis. Aloma gan
siete Juegos y perdi dos para
los Medias Blancas el ao pa-
sado.
Con visible entusiasmo estn
comentando los aficionados la
prxima apertura del Campeo-
nato de Basketball Femenino
de la divisin mayor asi como
de la Inauguracin del torneo
masculino de segunda catego-
ra, los cuales tendrn lugar el
sbado entrante en las horas
de la noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional.
Debido a cierta dificultad del
equipo Chevrolet de Coln, el
equipo Sastrera Crdenas to-
mar su lugar en el encuentro
de apertura frente al Deporti-
vo Eva Pern. Cuatro conjun-
tos se disputarn este ao el
titulo, y el otro equipo es La
Colmena.
El seor Ministro de Educa-
cin, Profesor Ricardo Berm-
dez, ha sido escogido para el
lanzamiento de honor de este
esperado encuentro.
Los arbitros designados para
la apertura de la justa feme-
nina son Felipe Perdomo y Au-
gusto Kam.
El campeonato masculino de
segunda categora se lo dispu-
tarn este ao 18 quintetos, y
el primer encuentro estar
cargo de los equipos FUERTE
15 y CELA GONZALEZ, del
Grupo "Gringo de la Guardia"
El acto del sbado comenzar
a las 7 y 15 en punto de la
noche con e 1 desfile de ios
cuatro equipos femeninos, de-
bidamente uniformados, acom-
paados de sus directores y
"padrinos"; de los dos equipos
de segunda que jugaran esa
noche, y Delegaciones de los
otros 18 conjuntos Inscritos en
la categora menor masculina.
La Selecta se
asegur el torneo
de bolos anoche
ESTADO DE LOS EQuIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
24 28 .625
Mike ........... ...39 .609
Tropical ___.., ..... 37 27 -578
... 36 28 .563
Entrometidos .. 31 .523
Martini ........ ...30 24 .469
...24 36 .400
36 43 .400
.328
Santa Rita contar con servicios sanitarios
gracias al inters del Ministro Ing. Navarro
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
Softball Comercial
Pide a todos los directores y
:e presentantes- de la Mga, la a-
sistencia a-1a reunin 'de esta
tarde a las 6:30 en el Jaidin
Balboa, para Si^vc la fecha- de
mtrega de premios, y acornar
otros asuntos Importantes.
Ftbol de Vista Hermosa
La Liga tiene reunin esta
noche a las 7:30 en la Escuwla
Principal d Vista Hermosa con
motivo del cierre de Inscrlpco-
ras. Toma de posesin de la
rreva Directiva y tratar otror
.utos de gran inters por toco
o cual se pld puntual asist:li-
cin a todos los interesados.
Puede considerarse que el clblda con general beneplcito
C*mpp Deportivo de Santa Rita! por todos los deportistas, ya
que por largo tiempo se viene
tendr Ser vicios Sanitarios
muy pronto, ya que el seor
Ministro de Obras Pblicas, el
popular y apreciado deportista,
Ingeniero Norberto Navarro, na
tomado cartas en el asunto y
ha ordenado los estudios n
firme para iniciar esa necesa-
ria e importante obra para di-
cho campo deportivo.
Esta Informacin ha sido re-
Jack Magulre pas
a los Piratas ayer
NUEVA YORK Mayo 30 (UP)
El jardinero de los Gigantes
Jack Magulre pas a formar
parte de los Piratas al asignar
la novena neoyorquina su con-
trato a la de Pittsburgh por la
suma de diez mil dlares.
Los Piratas anunciaron que a
fin de poder Incluir a Magulre
en su lista de 38 Jugadores en-
viaran a tes menores al iricia-
llsta Dale Long.
clamando por la construccin
de esa obra, y le tocar una
vez ms al Ingeniero Navarro
complacer otra necesidad de
nuestro deporte.
No era de cuidado
la lesin sufrida
por A. Carrasquel
-CHICAGO. Mayo 30 (UP)El
torpedero venezolano de los Me-
dias Blancas. Alfonso Carras-
quel, dijo que se senta perfec-
tamente bien de la lesin que
sufri en el juego del lunes
por la noche.
El manager de los Medias
Blancas anu.ici que Carras-
quellto estar ei. Juego duran-
te el derplio ooh que celebra-
rn hoy con los Carmelitas.
El Dep. Social Quinto
Patio ofrece el sbado
un baile en Chorrera
El Club Deportivo Social
Quinto Patio ofrecer el proxi-
mo sbado su anunciado sac
en el Saln Orqudea de La
Chorrera, amenizado por la po-
pular Orquesta de Angelo Jaspe
con sus famosos cantantes Kile
Prez, Tito Contreras y Caios
Dupr
El Deportivo Social Quinto
Patio, est adelantando los pte-
paratlvos en forma satisfactoria
y entre las innovaciones est u:.
premio de aquellos que compren
sus "tacks" por adelantado -.-on
garanta balboas, si los dos n-
meros de dicho boleto corre-
punden a las dos ltimas cifras
del primer premio de la Lotera
del prximo domingo.
La Selecta conquist anoche
el torneo de bolos "Caf Duran'
al obtener un punto en el par-
tido de anoche contra los En-
trometidos en Juego donde tuvo
mejor actuacin por los Cam-
peones E. Cucaln con serie de
483. Por los Entrometidos, Pepe
y Too Damin con serles de
567 y 553 respectivamente, fue-
ron los mayores anotadores.
Esta noche, en el ltimo par-
tido del torneo, se enfrentan
en disputa del penltimo pues-
to el Pinocho y el Balboa.
Las anotaciones del Juego
de anoche fueron :
Wright
Rennert
Cucaln
Moreno
Chlarl
SELECTA
133 213
139
182
116
170
Luis Ardines, REDACTOR DE-
PORTIVO, Temstocles Molina.
ENTRENADOR; Julio C. Pedro-
ta, masajista y los Jugadores:
Everardo Lasso, GUARDAMETA
DEFENSAS, Flix Tejada, Gas-
tn de Len, Alfredo Sandiford
Carlos Prez, y Manuel Figur-
roa. MEDIAS DEFENSAS Mi-
guel Gascn, Jos Mendosa C,
Carlos Hudson y Jos Kelson;
DELANTEROS, Rafael Arana Jr
Flix de Bello, Roberto Linares,
Horacio Rangel, Luis Ponce,
Francisco Miranda, Roberto
Reina y Nemesio Linares,
La mayora de estos Jugado-
res actuaron en el Seleccionado
Nacional que defendi con todo
xito los colores panameos en
el pasado Campeonato Centro-
americano y del Caribe de Ft-
bol, que tuvo lugar en esta ciu-
dad.
El Dltrani lleva tres refuer-
zos. Lasso y Tejada del- Ancn
y Sandiford del Hispano.
El Deportivo Dltrani, aunque
es un equipo nuevo, est cata-
logado entre los mejores de
Balompi nacional y actual-
mente es el nico que se en-
cuentra invicto en el Campeo-/,
nato de la Provincia de Pana-
m y marcha en el primer lu-
gar de la contienda empatado -
con el Ancn.
El conjunto ha estado prac-' -'
tlcando con marcado empeo
durante las ltimas semanas, y
existe confianza que su presen-
tacin el domingo en San Jos-
de Costa Rica resultar satis-'
factora.
De acuerdo con el Contrato,'"'
si el Dltrani resulta vencedor
el domingo, volver a Jugar el
siguiente domingo o sea el 10
de Junio y el eouipo entonces
permanecer en San Jos ura -
semana ms por cuenta de la
Federacin costarricense. Ea
caso contrario el conjunto r*
gresar el lunes en la maa-
na.
"on las ai'tos Hades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace imprescindible la
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA
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MIRCOLES, MATO SI, 1951

I A POPULAR MISTINGUETTE. En las dos fotos podemos ver a 1 popular artista teatral
" e^rle\qu" fr.nce,a, Mistincuette. A la izq lerda, nos muestra suspiernas que:U
Lc'uraas en tres millones de dlares. A la derecha nos muestra, los aWM^K
"''"" A pe*ar de su-, 81 aos de edad, Mis -tiette continua aun actuando en el teatro.
La conquista del espacio por
el hombre es un hecho decidido
La gran produccin "De la Tierra a la Luna"
que ofrecer El Tropical lo indica
ciencia y especialistas en dis-
tintas ramas del saber, que
despus de realizar toda clase
de experimentos hacen por ln
su expedicin. Se trata en rea-
lidad de la historia ms sor-
prendente que se ha filmado.
Es algo- instructivo, interesan-
te, nuevo. Por ms que usted
trate de imaginrselo, es Im-
posible. Tiene usted que verlo
con sus propios ojos. Lo que
ha contribuido a que esta gran
produccin se destaque con ca-
racteres especiales, que la dis-
tinguen de todo lo que se ha
hecho en Intentos de Imitarla
es, la. base documental que le
sirve de fundamento y que la
convierte en la ms Interesan-
te, instructiva, cientfica e In-
descriptible de lo que hasta
ahora se ha filmado sobre el
tema. No pierda usted la oca-
sin de verla.
Ya la cuestin de si es po-
!ble o no la, comunicacin in-
tsrpl'netaria est resuelta, por
lo raaos para los grandes pro-
ductores de Hollywood, donde
'con base en los ltimas des-
cubrimientos sobre estas posibi-
lidades, acaban de producir ha-
ce poco la gran pelcula "De
la Tierra la a Luna' (Rocket-
shlp) que no es otra cosa que
na expedicin al espacio rea-
mada por una Intrpida mu-
er y cuatro hombres, todos de
imiww
MAANA
ERA LA DESESPERACIN Y LA MUERTE!
Era la exaltacin de la lujuria y las bajas pasiones..
Era el grito de la carne y del placer...!
ESTHER FERNANDEZ
VICTOR JUNCO -- DOMINGO SOLER, en
.
Para
HECHURA
DE MARCOS
Visite
Servicio de Lewix
Avenida Tvoli #4
RadiO
PANAMERICANA
HOT MIRCOLES
3:30 El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 Coctel musical
4:00 Noticiero R.P.A.
4:15 Valses variados
4:30 Dedicatorias
fl.00 Vibraciones del aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales-
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Mi Marido
Dramatization Camel
7:36 El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzacin
7:45 Melodas sureas
8:00 Ritmos bailables
8:30 Estampas mexicanas
8:45 Msica tpica
9:00 Solos de plano
9:15 Acordes porteos
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Hacia un mundo mejor
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabra*
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA JUEVES
AM.
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 Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzacin RPA
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Grandes lntrrpretei
del mundo
12:00 Intermedio variado
12:15 Noticiero RPA
12:30 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano.
Cortesa Pintura* Pabeo
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla i
1:13 Bolros favorito* J,
1:30 Acortes porteo
1:45 Espaoleras
2:00 Not iotas. Cortesa
de la'Lotera Nacional
2:05 Intermedio electo
2:15 Msica variada
2:30 Sendas musicales,
Con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imperial
2:45 Selecciones variada*
3:00 Delicias tropicales
3:15 Canta Frank Sinatra
Eld* de Icaza triunfa en la Novela 'Camel'
ALTO ES POCO. El joven Harold M. Cleckner, se acaba
de alistar en el Cuerpo de Infantes de Marina de los EsUdos
Unidos, y al lado de su sargento es un gigante. El joven
mide seis pies, sel* pulgadas.___________
EL EMBAJADOR
mando del vicealmirante Ma-
thlas R. Gardner, quin asumi
sus funciones en marzo de esie
ao.
La solicitud del embajador
Orady lleg a Washington en
momentos en que se discute a-
qu toda la cuestin de proveer
ms fondos para bases areas
en el Cercano Oriente.
Los voceros de la Administra-
cin en el Senado han expresa-
do privadamente gran alarma
ante la posibilidad de que los
recursos petroleros de esa. le-
gin caigan en poder de los tu-
sos lo cual ocurrira a mcr.os
que se establezcan importantes
bases aereas norteamericanas
all.
Se espera que el problema se-
r tratado ampliamente al ser
presentado al Congreso el nue-
u> presupuesto del Departamen-
to de Defensa, que Inolulr mil
millones de dlares para esas
bases area*, as como para las
que se proyecta eatirbWeer en el
La bellsima y dctil actriz del cuadro dramtico de la Red
Panamericana, que triunfa en "Mi Marido", que diariamente
ofrece a ustedes a las 7 y 15 de la noche la NOVELA CAMEL.
Escribe: Emilio Das, y dirige: Juan Antonio Thibault. Elda.
que une. a su belleza un temperamento dramtico excepcional
es uno de loa valores de la Red Panamericana.
norte de Africa.
El punto ms delicado deijro
bJema sv refiere al tratado entre
Rusia e Irn, firmado en 1921.
Este tratado fu firmado por el
interior soberano iranio des-
pus de haberse anexado Us
piovlnclas del norte que los ru-
sos tambin reclamaban-
El pacto establece, significa-
tivamente, que en tiempos de
desorden los rusos pueden movi-
lizar sua tropas en territorio 1-
ranio con el fin de proteger las
"minoras" de las provincias del
norte. En 1946, los rusos ocupa-
ron parte de tales territorios,
cuyos habitantes nmadas en
gran parte son en general
hostiles al gobierno de Tehern.
Se sabe que el embajador
Grady llam la atencin del De-
oartamento de Estado acerca de
los trminos de este pacto
cuando advirti de la posibili-
dad de un golpe comunista en
Iras. El embajador seal que
as como los rusos hablan invo-
cado el tratado en 1946, podran
muy bien Invocarlo otra Vea a-
rora.
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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"
MAANA
El sabor de la msica nacional en una pelcula que recoge
el sentimiento del pueblo panameo en la tamborera del
Compositor VICTOR CAVALLI
"LA COCAL EC A"
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HIS I
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Una fcraa mualoal n U tierra de
utbfU:.,
" BETTT GRABLI DAN DAILEY
Danny Thomas, n
"AMORES EN TOKIO"
iE" Tn'""
CENTRAL
"La Vida de Manolete"

"EL JUICIO DEL
DOCTOR ARIAS"
-y-
"EL MILAGRO DE LAS
CAMPANAS"
BELLA VISTA
UNA COMEDIA QUE RETA A
LOS QUE NUNCA REN I
Madeleine CairoD
L."H0 CONFEEN
L SU MARIDO"
TEATRO CECILIA
2ESTRENOS AL PRECIO DE UNOI
Una pelcula que revela Ice grande secreto
guardado durante ligios!...
"INDIA HABLA"
Adems: La veracidad acerca del crimen I
'AGENTE ESPECIAL K-7"
TEATRO TROPICAL
ATRACCIN ESPECIAL:
NOTICIERO PANAMA '
El noticiero que refleja al heroia-
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firmsimo defensor da lo Idale
de libertad! Un relato completo da
la Jornada desde el 7 de Mayo al
11 de Mayo... y el relato grfico
de la audiencia seguida al
Dr. Arnulfo Arias M.

Adems: La Pelcula:
"TE PARA DOS"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Cary GRANT Josa FERRER
- en -
"CRISIS"
. Adems: -
Lana TURNER Ray MILLA^O
- an -
VARIEDADES
WAHOO!
Premio de Oro R 61.00
A LAS 5:00 Y S:S0 P.M.
Adems: Un Gran Doble!
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"NO LLORES MAS
MI AMOR"
Ida Lupino Dana Andrew
"ULTRAJE"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
TEATRO TIVOL
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B 1M.M Gratis! B.1M.N
A la 1:00 y :00 pjn.
- Adems:
EX DESTINO ME CONDENA'
"Pande Lo Malo Imperan-
TEATRO IRIS
Abbott y Costello, en
"CONTRA LOS ASESINOS"
Yvonne- De Cario, en
"ENTRE DOS AMORES"
HISPANO
Tom Conway. en
"EL PRIMER ROBO
AEREO"
Wayne Morrl. en
"EL LADRN con A
ROBERT TAYLOR
Lana Turner, an
"LA SENDA PROHIBIDA"
Adema:
Mario Lanza, en
"EN LAS REDES DEL
AMOR"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Continua la Serle:
"DICK TRACY CONTRA EL
CRIMEN ORGANIZADO''
(8-8)Adama:
"UNA MUJER PELIGROSA"
"EL COLONIZADOR AUDAZ"
TEATRO EDISON
Gary Cooper, en
"EL GENERAL MURI
AL AMANECER"
- Adems: -
"IRMA SE DESENREDA"
VISTERMOSA
Bela Lugosl, en
"EL REGRESO DEL
VAMPIRO"
Adema: Cary Grant an
"TRES CONTRA TODOS"
PACIFICO
La Pandilla, en
"AFORTUNADO
DEL AZAR"
Adema:
-EL TESORO DEL
VOLCAN"____.
IDEAL
NOCHE DE BANCO I
Ray Milland. en
"EL PLACER DE LA
VENGANZA"
Adema:
-MI Querida Ruth^
APOLO
Yadira Jlmenax. an
-Abbot a Ml Boho"
Andrs Soler, an
"LO QUE SOLO EL
HOMBRE PUEDE
SUFRIR''_____.


M/ERCOLES, MATO SO, 1951
1 PANAMA AMERICA DIABIO INDEPENDIENTE
_PAGINA NUEVE
Consideran pacto Chino -Tibetano
como la mayor victoria Comunista
HONG KONG, Mayo 30 (UP) Un pacto de pai Chino-Tibetano que pone a la mon-
taoM nacin del Lama dentro de la rbita del dominio eomuntit, se considera en eata
ciudad como la mavor rictorla de loa comuniUi chino* desde ne lorraron hacer salir de
China a los nacionalistas del Generalsimo Chiang Kai-shek.
El conrenlo, que oficialmente se titula "Acuerdo del Procedimiento para la Liberacin
Pacifica del Tibet", se firm el de Mayo en una impresionante ceremonia precedida por
23 das de negociaciones.
Al mismo tiempo resulta la culminacin de una serie de maniobras polticas y milita-
res que durante nn ao ha estado efectuando el rgimen de Mao Tse Tung.
Todo el asunto se prepar por polticos comunistas chinos sin que en nlnrun momento
existiera una intervencin preciable de los pases no comunistas. Ser interesante observar
el efecto que en el futuro tenca el eonrenlo en la actitud de la Indta hacia la China Co-
munista de la cual hasta ahora ha sido un de las promotoras de latad.
El convenio, que asegura segn los comunistas "la liberacin pacifica' del Tibet, na
es probable que tralca la pas a la tierra de los Lamas.
HOY
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Un drama de amor y
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la climb
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SUSAN HAYWARD
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TRATNDOLE MANTENER-
LA A FLOTE: La tripulacin del
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posible para, mantener la em-
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pa Internacional para botes de
14 pies. El Barilea's pertenece
a! Club de Botes de Bermuda y
h* ganado 4 de sus 5 carrera
y segundo en la otra.
T0TSW
NCANT
HOY
A LAS 9:00 P.M.
PRESENTACIN DE LAS AUTENTICAS CREADORAS
DEL MAMBO, LAS SENSACIONALES
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
Adems:
GLORIA HELM VILMA VALLE
ALEXANDER PABLO y JULITA LAS HERMANAS
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Cary Grant Jos Ferrer, en
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GRAN
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"LA JORNADA CVICA"
La lucha del pueblo panameo
en los trgicos das del 7 al 10
de Mayo en defensa de la lega-
lidad! ...
CONDENADO!
El relato grfico de la sensacio-
nal audiencia seguida al
Ex-Presidente
Dr. ARNULFO ARIAS M
A LAS 8:00 P. M.
PRESENTACIN DE LAS AUTENTICAS CREADORAS
DEL MAMBO, LAS SENSACIONALES
"MULATAS
DE FUEGO"
Adems:
GLORIA HELM VILMA VALLE
LAS HERMANAS CASTRO
ALEXANDER-.PABLO y JULITA
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MALA MUJER" LOS VALIENTES"
eon Dolores del Rio eon Pedro Infanta
La actuacin
sorpresa del ao!
A travs de toda su brillan-
te carrera, Charles Boyer ha
ofrecido consistentes buenas
actuaciones. Su fama de aman-
te perfecto y magnifico actor
es Irrefutable. En su ltima
pelcula "C artag Venenosas"
Redama una rusa
marca mundial en
el tiro de disco
MOSC, Mayo 30 (UP)-tflna
Dumbadse, campeona de Rusia
en lanzamiento de disco que os-
tenta la marca mundial de 174.
pies 8 pulgadas y media re-
clam ayer haber establecido
una nueva marca mundial de
53. 37 metros.
La seorita Dumbadze que es-
tableci en Rusia el 8 de Agos-
to de IMS la primera marca
mencionada que ha sido mun-
dlalmente aceptada realiz su
ltllma hazaa en reciente con-
curso celebrado en el Cucaso.
(The 13th Letter), que se es-
trena maana en el Teatro Lux,
Boyer brinda una caracteriza-
cin completamente distinta a
Euantas na dado el cine. Su
ole y su actuacin encierran
una sorpresa que ser la "co-
midilla" del da. Preprese a
ver un nuevo Boyer y a cono-
cer una caracterizacin sensa-
cional y sorprendente.
i
ATENCIN!
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TROPICAL
MAANA GRANDIOSO ESTRENO!
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UD. EN SUSPENSO...
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"DE LA TIERRA A LA LUNA"
"LOS GUANTES DE ORO" EN EL IRAN Por ALDOR
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ULTIMO DJA
DEL XITO
MUSICAL!
TEATRO LUX
Aire-Acondicionad*
DESDE MAANA!
UN FORMIDABLE DRAMA
DE INTRIGA!
EN TECNICOLOR!
Una divertida y fastuosa cinta
musical que se desarrolla
n el Japn I
Cartas ponzoosas, llenas de malicia y misterioDesnudan
pecados y provocan escndalos!... Un malvado las usa
como armas de venganza!...
CHARLES BOYER LINDA DARNELL
en
"CARTAS VENENOSAS"
fiTO
TP
THE 13TH
LETTER
con MICHAEL RENNIE CONSTANCE
1
SENSACIONAL!
PRE ESTRENO!
ELDORADO HOY
LETICIA PALMA
UNA MUJER CON VENENO
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redimir!...
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Como nuestros hroes, el de esta historia Soldado de
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