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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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama American
Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MAT SI, 1961
FITB CENTS
Sino Red 'Iron Triangle'
Blunts 8th Army Pursuit
(U.8. Marine Corps photo by NEA Telephoto)
PRICE OF AGGRESSION U.S. Marinea check a vast pile of dead Chinese Communist sol-
diers, slain by the Leathernecks during the Reds' second soring offensive. They were lulled
by small arms fire in a. 10-hour battle, and lay where they fell. ______________________
(NEA Telephoto)
FALLEN COMRADE Marines march past the body of an
American soldier, apparently caught In his sleep by a Red
attack on the east central front. The Marines found a bat-
talion command post which had been surprised In the night.
Only six wounded GIs were found; the others were dead.
(Photo by NEA-Acme staff photographer Jim Healy.)
Cardinal Dougherty
Ranking US Prelate,
Dies In Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA, May 31 (UP)
_ Cardinal Denis Doughertv of
Philadelphia, 85, ranking prelate
of the Roman Catholic Church In
the United States, died here this
morning, apparently of a stroke.
He had said mass in his pri-
vate chapel, then breakfasted,
and was stricken while dressing
after breakfast.
Born in GirarldvUle, Penn.,
Cardinal Dougherty rose from
obscurity in the Pennsylvania
coalfields to become the spiritual
leader of more than 1,000,000 Ca-
tholics in the Philadelphia arch-
diocese.
He was internationally known
as a scholar, "builder," admin-
istrator, and friend and con-
fidant of Popes.
His travel carried him more
than 200,000 miles into almost
every corner of the world as an
emissary of his church.
When he was elevated to the
cardlnalate In 1921 he became
the fifth American resident Car-
dinal of the Church, climaxing
a career which began when he
entered a seminary at the age of
16.
Ordained in Rome In 1890 he
was named Bishop of the PhUip-
6lnes In 1903, returned to the
nlted States to become Bishop
of Buffalo in 1915.
He moved to Philadelphia three
{ears later as metropolitan of
be archdiocese where he re-
mained as Cardinal till his death.
Cardinal Dougherty's death
leaves the United States with
only three Cardinals, Francis
Spellman, Samuel Strltch and
Edward Mooney,
Sedans Collide
Head-On In CZ;
One Hospitalized
Mrs. Frederick B. Jones, the
wife of a Gorgas Hospital phy-
sician, was hospitalized yester-
day after suffering possible
cranial Injuries whon two se-
dans collided head on while
passing on Thatcher Highway.
Mrs. Jones was a passenger
in the Cadillac sedan driven
by her husband, who has facial
lacerations but was not admit-
ted to the hospital as a pa-
tient. Two passengers escaped
serious Injury.
The Jones car, which police
investigation of the accident
revealed was traveling in the
proper lane at the time of the
smash, was struck by a Nash
sedan driven by George R. But-
ler, an American guard at the
Naval Supply Depot. Butler's
car had pulled to the left in
the center of the two-lane
highway. He also suffered fa-
cial lacerations.
The left fronts of both ve-
hicles were badly damaged.
Butler will be charged in Bal-
boa Magistrate's court with res-
onslblllty for the traffic vio-
itlon, police said.
Syrian Pilots
Shoot Down One
Israeli Fighter
DAMASCUS, May SI (UP).
An Israeli fighter was shot
down today by Syrian fighter
pilots who reported Intercept-
in- the plane over the Syrian
town of Deraa, 4* miles south-
east of the Sea of Galilee.
The Israeli pilot is believed
dead.
Flash!
Commy Studying
Buying Methods
A study of possible changes
and Improvements in the gene-
ral purchasing procedures for
the Commissary Division will
be made by L. B. Moore, Sup-
ply and Services Director, who
will leave by airplane tomor-
row on a two weeks' official
business trip to the United
States.
Moore plans to give special
attention to Improving the sup-
ply and quantity of fresh fruits
and vegetables bought for re-
sale in the Commissary stores.
He will also confer with New
York officials of the Panama
Railroad Companv on plans for
Improving the supply of wo-
men's apparel offered in the
commissaries.
He will spend one week In
Washington, D. C. for confer-
ences on changes which will be
required after the formation of
the Panama Canal Company
on purchasing procedures for
the Storehouse Division and
material or equipment bought
by the Canal.
During Moore's absence from
the Isthmus, F. R. Johnson wDl
act as Supply and Services Di-
rector.
VFW, Legionnaires
Set Joint Service
For Sgt. Rivera
Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Post 40, and members of the
American Legion have been ask-
ed to attend a lolnt VFW-Legion
funeral service for Jose Rivera,
retired Army sergeant, to be held
at 8 a.m. Saturday at Gorgas Hos-
pital chapel.
Family services at the Sacred
Heart Chapel In Ancon will fol-
low at 8:30.
Rivera, who died Tuesday
morning at Gorgas Hospital af-
ter a four-month illness, was 63.
He was a native of Puerto Rico
and had been on the Isthmus 33
years. Sgt. Rivera was one of the
few surviving local veterans of
the Spanish-American War. Vet-
erans of all wars have been asked
to attend his funeral.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Anna Luisa Rivera, who lives in
San Francisco.
Wild Knifing Fight
Occurs On Sister
Of Trouble Ship'
Memorial Day on the Atlantic
side turned out to be far from
peaceful. At close of day one man
was dead and two are on the cri-
tically ill list from two knifings
that occurred late in the after-
noon.
The Cristobal Police Station re-
ported the first knifing in the
Harlem Bar in Colon where Ken-
neth D. Reefer, a Panamanian
was stabbed by Rupert Warrent
at about 4 p.m. Warrent, also a
Panamanian received severe cuts
and is on the seriously ill list at
Amador Guerrero Hospital. De-
tails of the fight are not known.
The second Incident befell the
sister ship of the Oriental Dra-
gon, the Pacific Dragon, which
was berthed at Pier 8 in Cristo-
bal.
The Oriental Dragon Is the
origin "trouble ship" so often
in the local news for fights,
strikes and other untoward
happenings.
The melee aboard the Pacific
Dragon started at midnight, ac-
cording to the police, among sev-
eral members of the all Chinese
crew over the ship's stores.
The Chief Steward, Chen
Chong Sheng, had been explain-
ing to the first boatswain, Tang
Shi Kau, the reason why certain
supplies had not come aboard
when he was allegedly pushed,
which resulted in a free for all
fight between the deck depart-
ment and the steward depart-
ment.
Sheng. the Chief Steward with-
drew long enough to a galley on
the same deck where he seized a
butcher knife In each hand and
returned to the aid of his men.
The second boatswain was cut In
the abdomen by one of Sheng's
knives and was rushed to Colon
Hospital where blood transfu-
sions were made. He Is on the cri-
tically ill list and hospital au-
thorities give him a 50-50 chance
to survive.
Sheng meanwhile Is in Jail on
a charge of "assault with a dead-
ly weapon."
The ship, originally scheduled
to transit tAe Canal yesterday,
en route from Norfolk. Va., to Ja-
pan, Is being held upon instruc-
tions from the District Attorney's
Office, pending a preliminary
hearing.
Dubbs Given Added
Duties In Zone's
Training Bureau
Charles A. Dubbs, Acting Di-
rector of Vocational Education
for the Canal Zone Schools,
has been named Training Of-
ficer in the Personnel Bureau,
It was announced today at Bal-
boa Heights by Personnel Di-
rector, Edward A. Doolan. The
appointment is effective the
third of June.
Spanish Press Counters
Warning Of New Cabinet
The Spanish press of the ta-
bloid La Hora and El Panama
America today answered the
three-week-old administration of
President Alciblades Arosemena
on Its stern warning that It would
not permit the present news-
paper campaign aimed directly at
90 Day Extension
On Tax Deadline
Urged By Wagner
WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP).
Walter Wagner, the legislative
representative of several Canal
Zone labor unions (CLU and
MTC) said today that he is mak-
ing a special effort to launch ac-
tion to eliminate the Canal Zone
retroactive Income tax before
June 15, so that a 00-day ex-
tension of the payment deadline
can be obtained.
He explained that workers who
owe the tax already have had
one 00-day extension of the dead-
line, from March 15 to June 15.
Unless Congress revises the basic
law, they will ask for another ex-
tension.
Wagner said probably it would
not be possible to push the bill
entirely through Congress by
June 15, but that if some meas-
ure is reported out of the Ways
and Means Committee by that
date, then the 90-day extension
could be obtained, pending ac-
tion by the full House on the bill.
The legislative representative
said that prospects of action
seem better than ever as a re-
sult of the Informal vote taken
by the Ways and Means Com-
mittee last week on whether to
take up relief for Zone workers.
Wagner said that this was only
a show of hands, without an
exact count by the committee,
but It seemed to favor the action
fairly strongly.
Dutchman Denies
Pern s Atom Boss
Richler Is Jailed
AMSTERDAM, May SI (UP)
The Dutch atomic scientist Dr.
C. 3. Bakker returned today
from Argentina and denied re-
ports that Austrian-born Argen-
tine scientist Ronald Rlchter
had been arrested on orders of
President Peron.
Bakker left for Argentina May
17 and returned rather unex-
pectedly today. He told news-
men he could not reveal the
details of his findings in Ar-
gentina until he had reported
to the government.
Last week Informed circles at
The Hague deemed It "not fully
impossible" that Bakker had
been requested bv the Argentine
government to Investigate Rlch-
ter's claims of new and revolu-
tionary discoveries in atomic
energy. _________
Bargain Hunters Mob Pumps
As Gasoline Leads Price War
NEW YORK, May 31 (UP) eggs in payment of 04 cents retail merchandising R. H.
Happy motorists shouted "Fill worth of gasoline. Macy Si Co., and Olmbel Bro-
'Er Up" today as filling sta- Many motorists drove up with thers fought a price tag duel
tions became the main theater special containers to stock up yesterday, knocking down prices
Of the nation's budding price for holiday trips. One driver as much as four times during
war. Oiled a 65-gallon drum at Hart- the day on thousands of items
Along the Eastern Seaboard ford at bargain prices. previously price-fixed by the
from New England to Dixie At Roanoke, Va., where gas Fair Trade Law.
Memorial Day was a hey-day prices had plunged eight cents About 90 per cent of the gas
for the motoring public as a gallon to 21.9 cents for re- stations In the Roanoke area
price-slashing dropped gasoline guiar and 23.9 for high test, were affected by the war.
as much as eight cents a gal- two filling stations were forced Some 2,500 members of the
Ion. to close because of the com- Massachusetts Gasoline Dealers
petition. Association voted to pitch into
Motorists drained pumps in The gas war was confined to the price war tomorrow They
Hartford. Conn., where gas the Atlantic Coast. The West said they would trim prices a
prices plunged to as low as 15.9 reported no sign of large scale half cent on regular and pre-
cinta a gallon, including taxes, price-slashing. mlum gas, or 242 for regular,
(Price of tax-free gasoline The price cutting was strict- 26.2 for premium, including
In the Canal Zone rose to 17 ly for the motorists' benefit taxes,
cents this week.) because the Memorial Day holl- In Philadelphia and parts of
Filling station operator Ed- day kept bargain hunting New Jersey some stations were
ward Ryan, who cut his price housewives from storming de- down to 20.9 cents a gallon,
to that figure, sold 3.000 gallons partment stores where another The nation's capital also was
today compared to his normal big war broke suddenly yester- affected by the gas price war
day's sale of 500 gallons and day. with filling stations Indicating
closed shop at noon because Opening what may be a na- they would pass on to the mo-
nis tanks were dry. tlonwlde wave of price cutting, torlsts cuts In wholesale gas
He even accepted two dozen the two New York giants of prices.
the continuance of Col. Jose A.
Remon as the country'* head of
the police forces.
La Hora this morning head-
lined: "Remon Continues The
Owner (of the country)."
The blg-clrculatlon tabloid cri-
ticized the present cabinet for
Its stand last night practically
ordering a halt to the press cam-
Salgn, interpreting that the ca-
Inet considered "antl-patrlotlc"
the paper's Insistence on a civil
government as opposed to the
rule of the military.
The cabinet's statement, signed
by the seven ministers, said the
"violent press campaign Involves
Interests which cannot be consid-
ered as either national or patrio-
tic." It said the campaign inter-
fered with the government's ef-
forts to stabilize the country and
that the government was deter-
mined "not to permit" the press
to continue along these lines.
El Panam America's editorial
countered this afternoon that the
present government should make
an honest effort to find out what
waa the principal concern of the
people of Panama.
"The government is justified,"
El Panam Amrica said, "in Its
preoccupation and its attempts
to solve the preblems that beset
the country, but in order to re-
solve any issue it Is first necessa-
ry to attain a peace of mind."
The editorial laid particular
emphasis on the controversy of
civil government against militar-
ism.
"That," it said. "Is the main
Issue and that Is the problem that
must be solved first."
The press "feud" referred to by
the Cabinet got Its start after La
Nacin twice published an editor-
ial calling on the people of Pan-
ama to murder two former presi-
dents: Dr. Harmodlo Arias (pub-
lisher of this paper* and his bro-
ther. Dr. Arnulfo Arias, who was
recently deposed by the National
Assembly and la currently In the
Crcel Modelo.
El Panama America labeled La
Naclon's editorial an "incitement
to murder" and launched its
campaign against Police Chief
Remon.
The cabinet, in Its warning,
did not state what measures, If
any, would be taken against the
newspapers but It called on the
people of Panama to "reject any
maneuver aimed at hampering
the task" of the present admin-
istration.
Memorial Day Toll
Of Accidents Takes
108 Lives In US
NEW YORK, Mav 31 (UP)
Accidents took 108 lives In-
cluding 68 in highway crashes,
22 in drownlngs, and 18 In mis-
cellaneous mishaps In the
period from 6 p.m. Monday to
midnight last night, as the
United States observed Memorial
Day. There were no fatal plane
crashes.
Unless late reports raise the
total, the highway toll was the
lowest on record for this holi-
day.
The National Safetv Council
said it believed the previous
record low was about 85 traffic
deaths.
One man was killed and 12
injured in tornadoes that swept
parts of Nebraska. Two persons
were killed and 44 lnlured when
- Chicago motor coach over-
turned onto an automobile
cutting it in two.
A broken axle on a box-car
derailed 31 freight cars of a
New York Central train at Co-
lumbus, Ohio, but none was in-
jured In the accident which tied
up traffic on the NYC's main
line for at least 20 hour*.
TOKYO, May 31 (UP) The 8th Army's pursuit of-
fensive ended today in the muddy North Korean moun-
tains guarding the Reds' great Iron Triangle buildup zone.
Both sides are regrouping for the next round on rough
ground the same ground each held when the Commun-
ists opened their ill-fated spring offensive five weeks ago*
The United Nations attacked only on a narrow sector
of the east central front today, driving to close the last
mile of rugged mountain and marshland trails open to
Communist stragglers escaping from the Allied pincers
at the eastern tip of the Hwachon reservoir.
The narrow escape route has been held open by
fiercely resisting North Koreans.
Meanwhile. In North Korea,
where Mlgs once badly shot up a
formation of Superforts bombing
Yalu River bridges, another for-
mation of Supecforts was attack-
ed.
This time none of the seven
Superforts nor their eight de-
fending Sabres were damaged,
according to early reports.
Two of 12 Mlgs, which had ven-
tured 50 miles down Into North
Korea, were shot down and an-
other damaged.
This brings the Sabres' total
Mig score for the war to 22 de-
stroyed, six probably destroyed
and 48 damaged.
Apart from the action at Hwa-
chon reservoir Lt. Gen. James A.
Van Fleet's "hit them on the
run" campaign to prevent the
Pres. Arosemena
Makes Gen. Porter
Surprise Award
What started out this morning
to be an official routine visit to
the President of Panama by high
ranking government and milita-
ry officials of the Canal Zone
ended in a surprise decoration.
MaJ. Oen. Ray E. Porter, com-
manding general of the U.S. Ar-
my Caribbean, one of the visiting
official was presented with the
Order of Vasco Nuez de Balboa.
The citation was made by Lawyer
Camilo Levy S., Director of Pro-
tocol.
Also present to receive the
greetings of President Alciblades
Arosemena were the Governor of
the Canal. Francis K. Newcomer;
Lieutenant Governor, Herbert D.
Vogel; Colonel Marvin Jacobs,
Military Adviser to the Governor;
Eugene Lombard, Executive Se-
cretary; Lt. Gen. William H. H.
Morris, Jr., Brig. Gen. Emll C.
Kiel, MaJ. Gen. George W.
Right, Rear Admiral Albert M.
Bledsoe. Captain George Lyon,
Col. Riehardson 8elee and Col.
Robert Corner.
Infantry Chorus
To Bypass Panama
De Paur's Infantry Chorus
will be unable to give the con-
certs scheduled for Friday and
Saturday nights at the Bella
Vista Theater.
The Daniel Music Society had
arranged for the performances
as extra appearances on the
Itinerary of the chorus. A change
of plans makes lt Impossible for
the chorus to Include Panama
In Its tour, lt was announced.
Communist army from setting ap
a strong defense of Its central
Korean bases ended.
The Allies are wlttiln artillery
range of Chorwon and Rumhwa,
which with Pyongyang farther
north from the Iron Triangle
assembly area, but the Allied bis
guns have not yet opened fire on
the two cities.
The i verve Chinese armies,
not used In the two spring of-
fensives so far, have capitalized
on bad flylng weather to
strengthen their defense Une un-
spotted from the air.
Outposts of the line are about eight miles north,
of the 38th parallel. Their
strength has already been tested
by United Nations Infantry pa-
trols. :
Heavy fighting along this de-
fense Une brought the Allies to
their present standstill.
Meanwhile Chinese Nationalist
reports from Formosa claim Uto
Communists on the mainland ar
concentrating 251,000 men along
a 220-mlle coastline opposite For-
mosa as a precaution against Na*
tlonalist forays.
Meanwhile, following Admiral
Forrest Sherman's testimony be-
fore the MacArthur ouster Sen-
ate inquiry committee that ha)
favored a United Nations block-
ade of Red China. British offi-
cials have repeated that Britain.
Is not In favor of such a block-
ade, but believes the present tSf
nomlc embargo sufficient.
But Senator Rlchs/d B. Re-
sell, chairman of the Committee*
favors such a blockade and haw
lined up with the Administra*
tlon'g Intention to press othef
United Nations for a blockade.
Little Hope Given \
14 Miners Trapped
In Hamm Explosion
HAMM, Germany, May 31 (UP*
An explosion trapped 14 min-
ers and injured 20 In the Heln
rich Robert coal mine here early"
today.
The explosion occurred when
the men were fighting an un-
derground, fire.
There Is little hope for th
trapped men.
Meanwhile all hope has been
given up for the 86 men missing
after Tuesday's explosion In the
Easlngton mine. County Dur-
ham. England.
Rescue workers continue their
efforts to reach the center of
the explosion area, to pick out
what caused lt.
The Very Rev. 3. Ravmond Mchate. CM. Superior of the
Vihcentian Fathers of the Isthmus, laid the corner Stone of
The New parish Hall of St. John Itaptiste de la Salle CnureM
in Rio AdbJo the past Sunday. In the picture, assisting fa-
ther Mchate. i the Rev. Louis B. Storms, CM. of St. Maryl
Mission In Balboa. The Hall will nerve the social function
of the parish, and wilt also serve as a Klndersartcn to a*
conducted by the MaryknoU Sisters.


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IUUtWKLL PARTY FOR MRS. WEBBER

arrived
A group of friends entertained with a Bo-host dinner
. party at the Hotel Washington, Tuesday evening, for Mrs.
William C. Webber, of Gatun. Mrs. Webber is retiring from
; the Dlrislon of Schools, and Mr. Webber Is retiring from the
Electrical Division. Tney will leave luring the summer to
make their home In the States.
!The places were marked with
anlature scenes o Panama,
used as placecards, and a book-
let of Interesting scenes of this
region were presented the ho-
aeree, with a group of ivory
OCures, which correspond to
those woven Into the Chinese
prayer rugs.
Tne friends who attended and
participated in the dinner and
gilts were: Mrs. Florence Ja-
cobs of Ancon, Miss Frances
Moomaw, Mrs. N. E. Gibson,
Mre. Paul Hertgen, Mrs. Alma
Castel, Mrs. James Stuart, Mrs.
George Gulnn, Mrs. Pauline
Long, Mrs. Timothy Ladd, Mis.
Richard Carter, Miss Nancy
Sullivan, Miss Marjorle Price,
Miss Florence Lamson, Miss
Faye Brewer. Miss Elsie Halli-
weil. Miss Odel Waters, Miss
Ruth Crozler, Miss Mae Wold,
and Miss Lenore Smith.
Miss Lamson had the group
as, guests at her De Lesseps
apartment for liqueur following
the dinner.
Mr. Noel E. Gibson and Mr.
Raeburn Brians are tne coaches
for the outstanding team.
Visitors on Pacific Side
Mr. ana Mrs. William E.
Adams, of Brazos Heights, were
visitors on the Pacific Side yes-
cer of VP-45; and Commander ier*y. _____
Wnne and commander King ^%mm hit comedy
at
Colon, Cristobal Groups
Join Memorial Day Parade
Buffet Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hunter Dare,
of Gatun, entertained with a
buffet dinner party at their
residence last evening.
Their guests were: Dr. and
Mrs. Vestal Morris, Mrs. Frank
Rowley, "Mr. and Mrs. William
A. Van Slclen. Dr. and Mrs.
Howard Prltham, Mr. and Mrs.
Lesleigh Davis, and Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Rushing.
Ttlesday Club Meets
at Hotel Washington
The members o the Tues-
day Club met at the Hotel
Washington for luncheon and
an afternoon of cards.
Pacific Side members cross-
ed on the morning train and
shopped on the Gold Coast be-
fore luncheon.
Those who attended were:
Mrs. H. J. Quinlan, Mrs. Harry
Yard, Mrs. Ira Wright, Mrs. R.
H. Otter, Mrs. Earl Baltozer.
Mrs. Roy Currie, Mrs. Ella
wertz, from he Pacific Side
*tth Mrs Howard Anderson,
Mrs John Crone, Mrs. J. J.
miedrlch, of the Atlantic Side.
Jlth the hostesses Mrs. Fred
Hodges and Mrs. J. J. Edge.
unce for Senior Class
,W. O. and Mrs. Kerdls Meeks
ascertained with a dance at the
Srt Davis Officers Club for
sir daughter, Miss Juanita
Meeks, Tuesday evening.
The twenty-five guests were
members of the Senior
of the Cristobal High
JjBOl
ifpuring the evening, Andrew
jam, president of the class, pre-
sented Mr. Carl Maedl, the class
sfpnaor, with a belt and gold
buckle.
'.Bufiet refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Grand Finale Dane* at
Cristobal High School
Friday night there will be a
Mfcnd Finale Dance in the
Otris Gymnasium of the Cris-
tbal High School, to honor the
members of the Senior Class.
, "Admission is fifty cents, for
non-8. A. Members, to the In-
formal dance. Music will be
Oirnlshed by the Royal Sultan
orchestra.
fc'O. N. S. Welcome
New Officers
'The Reserve Officers Naval
Services-Atlantic, were hosts for
a "Welcome Aboard" dinner
party given at the Brazos Brook
Country Club Tuesday evening.
'The honored guests were:
Captain L. L. Koepke. the new
commanding officer of the Coco
Solo Naval Station; Captain
Robert Fahle. who recently suc-
ceeded Captain Robert Bertschy
as Chief of the Navigation Di-
vision: Commander T G
wjalte, Jr., Commanding Offl-
recently with
squadrons for duty at the Na-
val Station.
Mr. Howard Finnegan, presi-
dent, Introduced the guests and
presided at the dinner.
The members who were pre-
sent included: Chaplain Milton
Cookson, Lieutenant David Bee-
re, Bob Bigsby, Danlelson, J.
C. Flowers, John Glancey, Cap-
tain Hector Grant, Alvln Heyd,
Captain Carter M. Houston,
Fred Huldquist, I. D. Hllliard,
Alton E. Jones, Sam Puller,
Paul Sldebotham, Mr. Wels-
man, Robert Wychlck, Wallace
Whltt, and'W. E. Zimmerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Complon
Are Not Leaving
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taylor
Compton are not sailing Fri-
day as listed in the Panama
Railroad Liner passenger list.
They will sail June 15, as plan-
ned.
Luncheon Group
Mrs. Fred Newhard had the
members of her Auxiliary cir-
cle as guests for luncheon
Tuesday, following their suc-
cessful rhummage sale.
Those who were present In-
cluded Mrs. Gilbert Lee, the
leader. Mrs. Ralph Graham.
Mrs. Leslie Croft. Mrs. Sam
Mauldln, Mrs. C. V. Scheidegg,
Mrs. W. C. 8mlth. and one visi-
tor. Mrs. Howard Munro.
Mrs. Croft gave the devotion-
als at the meeting which fol-
lowed the luncheon.
Awards Given Students at
Cristobal High School
Miss Carlene Tuttle was re-
cently adjudged the most pro- ,
ficient Spanish speaking pupil
of American parentage in the
Cristobal High School.
The Mavor of Colon, Mr. Jose ;
Razan, his secretary, and Mr.
Nelson Magner were the lude-ps
of the winner of this Ameri-
can Legion Award.
The Rifle Club of the High
School recently received the
trophy for winning the champ-
ionship of the 3rd Army Area,
which Includes the southeast-
ern section of the USA. They
Piaced 12th In all the clubs in
the United States.
They won the William Ran-
dolph Hearst trophy, but the
trophy is not allowed to leave
the United States and Is being
kept in the Hearst Building.
The trophy they received is to
replace the' original.
"Harvey" will be presented at
the Gacun Movie theatre this
evening by the Gatun Civic
Theatre, with James Coman, Jr.,
in the leading role.
Tickets *re $1.00 each and
may be purchased at the door.
A hilarious evening is promis-
ed those who attend this eve-
ning's performance.
"Dirty Work at the Crossroads"
Saturday Evening
"Dirty Work at the Cross-
roads will be on the boards
at the Coco Solo Naval Station
Saturday evening. It is being
presented by the Naval Officers
Wives Club of the 15th Naval
District. Tickets may be ob-
tained at the door at $1.00 per
person. The curtain rises at
7:45 p.m.
FORT OULICK, C.Z., May 31
Literally thousands of people
lined both sides of Bolivar Ave-
nue yssferday to watch the an-
nual Memorial Day parade. The
parade was headed by Major
Fred t> Stelner. Provost Marshal
of the Atlantic Sector, who acted
as Grand Marshal. It included
participants from the American
Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Abel Bravo School. ROTC cadets
of the Cristobal High School, a
composite group of Boy Scouts
and Girl Scouts, Colon Bomberos,
St. Mary's Academy, a composite
group of Girl Scouts and elderly
persons, a composite group of
ambulance and aid men, two
composite groups of the U.S. Ar-
my Caribbean School and a com-
posite group of Latin American
students of the School.
Hunnicull Succeeds
Sldebotham As Head
Of Reserve Officers
The parade began at the Cris-
tobal Fire Station and moved to-
ward Mt. Hope Cemetery via
Roosevelt Avenue, 11th Street
and Bolivar Highway. At the cem-
etery, Walter R. Hunnlcutt acted
as Master of Ceremonies and in-
troduced the following partici-
pants in the program:
Chaplain Milton A. Cookson,
who pronounced the invocatiqn
and benediction; Mrs. Burt Wat-
son, who accompanied by the 60th
Army Band, sang "Nearer My
God To Thee"; Jack Randall. Jr.,
who delivered Lincoln's Immor-
tal Gettysburg Address; Colonel
James E. Bowen, Jr., command-
ing officer of the Atlantic Sec-
tor, who delivered the principal
address; the Colon Bomberos
Band who played "Reverie"; the
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub
Scouts, and Explorers who placed
wreaths on veterans' graves; Mrs.
Burt Watson, who accompanied
by the Colon Bomberos Band,
sang the Panamanian National
Anthem; and Mrs. Watson, ac-
companied by the 60th Army
Band also sang the "8tar Span-
gled Banner"; a firing squad of
the U.8. Marine Corps; and the
60th Army Band who played
"Taps" and "Echoes."
Preceding th* parade there
was a flag-raising ceremony at
the Legion Halt in Old Cristobal
by the Girl Seouta and Boy
Scouts.
At 1:00 p.m. a Panama Canal
tugboat left Pier 0 in Cristobal
for the sea memorial service. At
9:30 a.m. a navy plane had drop-
ped floral wreaths at sea for this
ceremony.
Legion Commander
Calls For Finish
Of Policy Debate
Investigators Heel
Puzzlers In Slaying
Of Pregnant Mother
Recent Addition
To US Embassy
Staff Announced
Richard Wayne Ogle is a. re-
cent addition to the staff of the
United States Embassy it was
announced today. Ogle, who will
fill the position of Administrative
Assistant, Is from Idavllle, India-
na.
During the war he served over-
seas and while stationed at the
European Theater Headquarters
in London, he acted as Chief
Clerk in Public Relations. In
September 1944, he accompanied
this headquarters which was
moved to Paris. After the war.
Ogle took a position with a mall
advertising firm in Chicago. La-
ter he Joined the National Hous-
ing Agency in Washington. DC
chief clerk and in 1947. transfer-
red to the Quartermaster Gener-
al's Office rf the War Depart-
ment. He Joined the Department
of State In *948.
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WALTER R. HUNNICUTT, of
Colon, the newly elected pres-
ident of the Reserve Officers
Association of the Isthmus. Mr.
Hunnlcutt acted as master of
ceremonies yesterday for the
Memorial Day observances at
Mt. Hope.
The Atlantic Side community
leader. Walter R. Hunntcutt, has
been elected by the Department-
al Convention of the Reserve Of-
ficers Association to lead that
association as its president dur-
ing the ensuing year. Hunnlcutt,
who is a 1st Lieutenant in the
Ordnance Reserve, will head this
group of reserve officers of the
Army. Navy, Air Force and Mar-
ine Corps.
This announcement was re-
leased today by the outgoing De-
partmental President, J. Paul
Sldebotham, Lieut.. USNR. who
will relinquish his office Frldfjy.
During the war. Mr. Hunnlcutt
served lr, the China-Burma-In-
dia Theater of Operations. He is
presently associated with the
firm of Smoot y Hunnlcutt, S A.
Other officers elected were: I
Army Vice President, 1st Lt. J.
F. Oster. USAR; Air Force Vice
President, Capt. R. Rice. U8AFR;
Navy Vice President, LCdr. J. T.
Glancy, USNR; Judge Advocate,
Col. E. R. MacVittie, USAR;
Surgeon. MaJ. I. R. Berger,
USAR; Historian. 1st Lt. C. B.
Myers, USAR; Chaplain. LCdr.
M. A. Cookson. USNR; Treasur-
er. Capt. 3. C. Twomey, USAR;
National Councllrnen. LCol. R. a.
Stevens, USAFR and National
Councllmen, Lt. (Jg) R. R. Brown,
USNR.
RITES ARRANGED; DEATH
FOLLOWS
TUSCOLA, 111. (UP).-Samuel
Scott Burress, 71, stopped at the
Green funeral home In Tuscola
to make arrangements for his
funeral He died that night of a
heart attack.
NORFOLK. Va., May 31 (UP)
Erie Cocke, Jr., National Ameri-
can Legion Commander, point-
ed yesterday to two feeble sol-
diers who remembered a nation
divided against itself and said
that unity is vital now.
He called for an immediate
end. of the military policy de-
bate now raging In Congress.
Cocke made the feature ad-
dress at the 61st and final reu-
nion of the Confederacy where
two survivors of the once vast
Gray Army received the homage
of 100,000 admirers of the "lost
cause."
Only a pair of honorary gen-
erals, Georgia's W. J. Bush and
Louisiana's W. D. Townsend,
both 105, were able to make the
trip. Only nine others beside
them are left In the Gray Army.
The two "delegates" squared
their old shoulders as the reu-
nion opened with a call to arms
on a bugle used at the second
Battle of Bull Run.
Cocke said lt was appropriate
the reunion should start on
Memorial Day.
"But today belongs not only
to the Gray, lt belongs to the
dead of all of America's wars...
lt belongs to n very special way
to those who have fallen so re-
cently In Korea."
The policy debate should end
now, Cocke said, "because" the
sooner we get to work on the
one important Job of building
a strong defense within a sound
economy the better our chances
will be of winning or defend-
ing the peace.
"Anyone who takes sides on
the grounds of politics or per-
sonalities is toeing the Com-
munist line."
Calling for unity to face the
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 31
(UP) Knox County officers
said last night that they will re-
quest an unidentified Knoxville
man who admitted he dated at-
tractive rs. Helen Armetta Ste-
wart who was found slain with
her small son Sunday on a de-
serted beach near Pass Christian,
Miss.
Chief Knox County Deputy
Paul Lilly said that Deputy Boyd
Stoke had learned "nothing de-
finite" in Oulfport. Stokes went
there to confer with Mississippi
authorities about the slaying of
the 29-year-old Knoxville wom-
an and her five-year-old son.
It had been hoped that Stokes
might bring back information
leading to a/i arrest here. But the
officers said he had not.
Lilly said no arrest had been
made.
The deputy said the man who
had been dating Mrs. Stewart de-
nied he was the father of her un-
born child. Mrs. SUwart was a-
bout five or six months pregnant
when her body was found on the
deserted beach.
Some of Mrs. Stewart's rela-
tives here have discounted the
theory that she might have mar-
ried again after divorcing Ste-
wart, an employe of the Knox-
ville Utilities Board.
Sheriff Las Quave of Gulfport
said the woman told a Gulfport
hotel clerk that she was "going
to my husband." Quave wants to
know if she definitely had an-
other husband and if she found
him before she and the boy were
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Another puzzler was what the
woman meant when she wrote
her sister and brother, Cecilia
and Charles Armetta of Knox*
vllle, that "I might be dead when
you hear of me next."
As yet, Quave has turned up no
murder weapon, no suspects and
no motive. He ul;o was stumped
by the curious apparel of the vic-
tims.
The woman's body was clad
only in a brassiere and panties
when lt was found and the boy
was wearing only undershirts. A
dress, which may have been his
mother's was pinned around his
body.
Quave theorized the killer may
have tried to prevent recognition
of his victims by mutilating the
woman's face with- blows and
knife clashes. However, she was
Identified from birthmarks on
her ear and foot.
sacrifices of the future, Cocke
turned again to the two old
veterans-and said:
"You know the tragedy of
fighting on your own soil. You
saw your homes laid waste
your loved ones scattered and
driven by battle.
"Americans have given their
lives by the hundreds of thou-
sands since your fighting days
to keep war from these snores.
In the event of another world
war we will not have that
choice."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ii
THURSDAY. MAT SI, II
White Sox, Red Sox, Indians Sweep Twinbill
o V
Chisox Increase League
Lead To Two Full Games
By United Press
NEW YORK, May 31 The White Sox won their
-14th consecutive game to take a full two-game American
League lead ahead of the Yankees as they trounced the
Browns twice, 5-2 and 8-1, in a Chicago Memorial Day
doubleheader.
The Red Sox also won a dou-
bleheader from the Yankees
11-10 In 15 Innings and 9-4 at
Boston to make it ten straight.
The Yankees, however, remain-
ed In second place one game a-
head of the Red Sox.
The Indians took fourth place
from the .Tigers by beating them
twice, 3-1 and 4-1, at Cleveland:
The Senators ended a nine-
game losing; streak, beating the
Athletics 8-2 after losing the
opener 9-5 at Washington.
In the National League the
Cardinals topped the Pirate
twice, 4-3 and 7-3, at St. Louis to
go within one-and-onehalf
games of the flcst place Dodgers.
The Dodgers split a twinbill
with the Phillies at Philadelphia,
winning 5-3 then losing 9-5.'
The Giants edged the Braves
6-5 in eleven Innings then lost 8-
8 at the Polo Grou/ds.
The Reds beat the Cubs 8-5
then lost 5-1 at Cincinnati.
The White Sox, now only five
games away from their own
American League record of 19
straight set in 1906. got ten-hit
pitching from Billy Pierce, who
track out eight, while Randy
Gumpert hurled a five-hitter
and drove in the first two runs
for his own margin of victory in .
the second game.
Cuban Orestes Mioso and
Nelson Fox hit triples that high-
lighted the three-run fourth in-
ning that Iced the opener. In the
second game Min'/io and Eddie
Robinson homered.
Vern Stephens' two homers
won the opener for the Red Sox.
He also hit a two-run single that
broke a 4-4 tie in the second
ilve-run seventh Inning rally to
game as the Red Sox put on a
clinch the nightcap.
Ted Williams hit a two-run |
homer to tie up the opener 10-10
and send it into extra innings af-
ter the Yankees had staged a
even-run seventh Inning raj y
aided by home runs by Jerry
Coleman and Jackie Jensen.
Bob Chavales, pitching his first
complete Big League game de-
spite a bruised foot and Mike
Garcia, who pitched a five-hit-
jer. made things easy for the In- ;
*ilan=.
A two-ran homer by Birdie
Z Tebbetts decided the nightcap.
- Ike Boone also hit a second
"game lnside-the-park homer.
Despite Irv oren's two hom-
ers, Joe Coleman won his first
game since Sept. 11, 1949 in the
opener at Washington as the Ath-
letics backed him up with 15 hits,
Including Dave Phuley's home
run.
Cuban Conrado Marrero gave
the Senators an even break by
winning his sixth game a six-
hitter. The Senators' Sam Mele
drove in three runs and Gil Coan
two.
^ an Muslal's tenth homer and
sixth in six games was the mar-
gin for Presko in the Cardinal
opener although he was relieved
when Pete Reiser and Gus Bell
tagged him for round-trippers.
The Dodgers' Don Newcombe
weakened after pitching hitless
ball for five-and-two-thirds in-
nings but still earned a five
hitter in which Del Ennis'
bomer was the most damaging
blew. It was his fifth win.
The Phillies ended a six-game
losing streak by scoring four runs
In the eighth to win the second
game for Bubba Church. Dick
Slsler's three-run triple was the
key blow. Granny Hamner hom-
ered for the Phillies who batted
out Preacher Roe but Clyde King
got charged with the defeat.
Abases loaded single by Bobby
A bases loaded single by Bobby
opening victory in which Wes
Westrum, Monte Irvln and Hank
Thompson homered. The Braves'
Walker Cooper also homered.
Smoky Burgess' three run
four-bagger sparked a four-run
ninth as the Cubs broke a 1-1 tie
to win the second game for Paul
Minner after the Reds took the
opener by hanging on to a 6-0
early lead. The Reds' Barney Mc-
Cosky hit a two-run first game
homer while Minner also got one
for the Cubs In his triumph.
.... ...,,
Beauregard, Schmidt Triumph
In Elks, K.C. Swim Features
*
STEPS UP Harvard's ath-
letic picture looks brighter as
Thomas D. Bolles, the Crim-
son's great-crew coach, becomes
athletic director. (NEA)
occasion
catts/of
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SCOTCH WHISKY **
In one of the best events of the
Memorial Day Swimming pro-
gram held at the Balboa Pool.
Ricardo Beauregard of Panama
copped the 800-meter Elk* feat-
ure yesterday.
Beauregard and Don Connor
from the Canal Zone fought to
the final lap, with the strong
stretch sprint of Beauregard
living him the event with a few
engths to spare.
Behind Connor by a split, sec-
ond was Ale Ides Be mal. The
final result was Beauregard,
first; Connor, second, and Ber-
nal, third. During a slight break
in the events, Cloyd Appleby
from Elks Lodge 1414 in Balboa
presented the beautiful Elks Tro-
phy and congratulated the new
champion for the 800 meters of
the Canal Zone and Panama.
The Knights of Columbus 200-
meter free style event went on
i as scheduled with only three en-
tries from the Canal Zone and
none from Panama. Winning this
race less than three seconds from
the record was Arlene Schmidt
from Balboa. Elaine Kelley was
second and Helen Edwards a
close third. Jack Lally, represent-
ing the Knights of Columbus,
presented the trophy for Miss
Schmidt's permanent possession.
The highlights of the meet
were the many first places won
by the entries from Gamboa. Ca-
mllle Ellis took thre first places
and was also a member of the
Gamboa winning relay team.
David Sundqulst, also from
Gamboa, took two first places.
All In all Gamboa did a bit of all
right taking 14 first places in
a thirty meet swim card.
In appreciation of the most
outstanding boy and girl swim-
mers in the Canal Zone, the
chairman of the Grieser Award
Committee, Gordon Walbridge,
introduced Robert Worsley to an-
nounce the winners for 1951
Grelser Trophies award.
The 1951 most outstanding boy
and girls respectively were Don
Connor from Gamboa and Ma-
rilyn Ford from Balboa. The
awards were presented to the
winners and may be kept by th fcn
for a period of one year.
THE RESULT OF ALL
MEMORIAL DAY EVENTS
1.Women, unlimited
50 meter breastroke
1stMarilyn Ford, Balboa.
2ndHelen Barr, Ancon.
2.Boys 14 years
40 meter free style
1stDavid Sndqulst, Gamboa.
2ndLouis Rodrigues, Panama.
3rdDavid Otten, Balboa.
3.Boys 6 yean
20 meter free style
1stPat Morrison, Gamboa.
2ndLeroy Hennlng, Gamboa.
4.Girls, free style 20 meter
Leslie Hennlng (time) Gamboa.
5.Boys, 8 years
20 meter free style
1stGeorge Cotton, Oatun.
2ndDick Hennlng, Gamboa.
3rdAlan Scott, Lacona.
6.Girls, 8 yean
20 meter free style
1stCharlotte Schultz, Balboa.
2ndJudy Crowder, Fort Kobbe
3rdColombia Moncona, Gam-
boa.
7.Boys, 12 yean
46 meter free style
1stLarry Sigl (24.25 new C. Z.
record) Balboa.
2ndDonny Ryter, Gamboa.
3rdKenny Morris, Gamboa.
8.Girls, 12 yean
46 meter free style
1stCamUle Ellis, Gamboa.
2ndRebecca Abel, Lacona.
3rdJoan Anderson, Gamboa.
9.Boys, 7 yean
26 meter free style
1stBilly Hamma, Balboa.
2ndJerry Ccaword, Gamboa.
3rdDenny Nasson, Lacona.
16.Girls, 7 yean
20 meter free style
1stCharlene Morency, Gam-
boa.
2ndJudy Crowder,.Cocoll.
3rdTeresa Durm, Gamboa.
11.Boys, 11 yean
26 meter free style
1stLarry Sigl, Balboa.
2ndDon Ryter, Gamboa.
3rdRolando Wanenba, Gam-
boa.
12.Girls. 11 yean -
2* meter free style
1stJudy Edwards, Balboa.
2ndJoan Anderson, Gamboa.
3rdAnne Field, Lacona.
13.Boys, 14 yean .
56 meter breastroke
1stDavid Sundqulst, Gam-
boa.
2ndJaime A. Labrador, Pana-
ma.
3rdJose Blackburn, Lacona.
M.Canal Zone Nights of
Columbus
200 Meter Women Cham-
pionship
1stARELENE SCHMIDT.
2ndElaine Kelly.
3rdHelen Xdwards.
15.Boys, novice
ISO meter free style
1stNorman Arosemena, Pa-
nama.
2ndJose Barcenas, Panama.
3rdClarence Jeters, Balboa.
16 Elks Lodge 1414
Championship for Men
8*0 Meter Free Style
1stRICARDO BEAUREGARD
Panam.
2ndDon Connors, Gamboa.
3rdAlecld Bernal, Panama..
17Boys, 9 yean
20 meter free style
1stBobby Barnes, Lacona.
2ndJohn Snodgrass, Gamboa.
3rdBobby Browder, Lacona.
18.Girls, 8 yean
28 meter free style
1stJudy .Phelps, Gamboa.
(Continued on Page 6, Column 3)
K.C. TROPHY WINNER Balboa's Arlene Schmidt Is shown
receiving permanent possession of the Knights of Columbus
Trophy after winning the 200-meter event for the second
consecutive time yesterday. Jack Lally made the presentation.
Record Breaking Crowd
Attends CZ Track., Field
And Cycle Championships
With a record-breaking crowd
of 6,000 In attendance, the Ca-
nal Zone Track, Field, and Cycle
Championships, held at the La
Boca Ball Park, Memorial Day,
blossomed out Into the most co-
lorful local track spectacle since
the 1938 Central American Olym-
pics.
Simon Penalosa, Panama City
policeman, outfooted a strong
field of twenty-six In copping
first place honors In the Unlsport
Memorial Day Marathon from
Pedro Miguel to La Boca. The
winner posted 42 minutes for the
run. This time erased the old
record of 45 minutes chalked up
in 1946 by Palomino Reyes.
Phillip Malcolm retained his
Isthmian sprint crown by shad-
ing Oliver Swaby, Gold Coast
sprint ace, in the Knights of Co-
lumbus Century which was re-
eled- off- In 10.8, the best time
made locally since 1948.
Oliver Swaby recovered in the
La Boca Athletic Council 200
meters with a stunning 21.9 vic-
tory over Reginald Matthews and
Phillip Malcolm.
The Justice Lodge, I. B. P. O. B.,
400 Classic resulted In a dead-
heat between Marcus Wilson and
Radmon Nunez. Wilson took an
early lead but was captured at
the 300 mark from which point
he and Nunez raced locked to the
finish line in a vicious stretch
drive.
Leonard Parker was the out-
standing track athlete. He bag-
ged the beautiful Lesterio Iflll
800 meter trophy then romped
home to an easy victory in the
Panama Tribune 1,500.
Esther Stewart, Silver City
power runner, edged Charlotte
Goden in the Fernando Bradley
50 and repeated with a magni-
ficent effort in the La Boca Ath-
letic Council 75. In the Leroy
Fergus 100 meter Classic, Char-
lotte Gooden, the La Boca 14-
year-old speedster, streaked over
the century for a 12.9 victory.
This time is the best made by a
local girl since 1947.
The Abel Bravo team made a
sweep of the relay races. Club
Mercurio was runner-up in the
three, baton-passing events.
Chino Williams pedaled his way
to victory over sprint champion,
Oscar Lyne, in the 400 meter
cyce event. Layne avenged the
defeat by copping the three-mile
race. In the American Publish-
ing Company 9 mile Cycle
Classic, Emilio Gonzalez won
handily.
Clair Godby, shot put; Mitchell
Clovls, high Jump; Sebert Beck-
les, pole vault; Jack Johnson,
dscus; and Jennings Blackett
broad Jump, starred In the field
events.
Complete results follow:
LA BOCA TRACK, FIELD.
x AND CYCLE MEET
'1,500 Meten, Men "A," Finals:
(1) Leonardo Parker; (2) Henry
Cruz; (3; Juan Phillips. -Time:
4:42:2.
180 Meten, Men "A," Finals:
11) Phillip Malcolm; (2) Oliver
Swaby; (3) Alfred Grenlon.
Time: 10:8.
Faces In
The Majors
Joe DUlagglo cliff Mape
100 Meten, Men "B,>Finals:
(1) Percy Forde; (3) Calvin
Hall; (3) Pedro Diaz. Time: 11:1.
50 Meters, Girls, Final*:
(1) Esther Stewart; (2) Char-
lotte Gooden; (3) Adelina Ber-
nard. Time: 6:8.
1 Mile, Cycle Messengers:
(1) Eduardo McLean; (2) Syl-
vester Alexander; (3) Ralph Ca-
dogan. Time: 25.3.
lYt Mile, Cycle "C:
(1) Hassam Williams; (2) Ro-
berto Tejiera; (3) Henry White.
Time: 4:34:3.
400 Meten, Men UA":
(1) Redman Nunez; (2) Mar-
cus Wilson; (3) Fred Rayboume.
Time: 51:1.
400 Meten, Men "B":
(1) Rudolph Robinson; (2)
PaulTrotman; (3) Vem Fletcher.
Time: 54.
400 'Meten, Men Cycle, "A":
(1) Louis Williams; (2) Oscar
Lane; (3) Kenneth Williams.
Time: 35.
75 Meten, Girls:
(1) Esther Stewart; Charlotte
Gooden; (3) Adelina Bernard.
Tune: 9:0.
2 Miles, Cycle, Class "B":
(1) Otis Gonzalez; (2) Cesar
Alvarado; (3) Armando Romero.
Time: 5:19:1.
I11 Miles, Cycle Messengen:
(1) AlanTomlln; (2) Alexand-
er Sylvester; (3) Arthur Dell;
Time: 4:33:1.
200 Meten, Men "A":
(1) Oliver Swaby; Reginald
Matthews; (3) Phillip Malcolm.
Time: 21:9.
200 Meten, Men "B":
(1) Percy Forde; (2) Oscar
Wallace, i3) Ferdinand Alder.
Time: 23.6.
800 Meten, Men Open:
(1) Leonardo Parker; (2) Eric
Waldron; (3) Donaldo Prince.
Time: 2:47.
108'Meten, Girls:
(1) Charlotte Gooden; (2)
Esther Stewart; (3) Dolores Wor-
rell. Time: 12:9.
3 Miles Cycle Clan "A":
(1) Oscar Layne; (2) Louis
Williams; (3) SmUlo Gonzalez.
Time: 8:23:7.
4x100 Relay Men, "B":
(1) Abel Bravo Club; (2) Club
Mercurio. Time: 48.
4x100 Relay Men, "A":
(1) Abel Bravo Club; (2) Club
Mercurio. Time: 45:8
1,000 Meten, Cycle "B":
(1) Cesar Alvarado; (2) Aris-
tlde8 Avila; (3) Halan Kelly.
Time: 1:32:2. *
1,880 Meten, Cycle, "A":
'.' Oscar Layne; (2) Louis
Williams; (3) Kenneth Williams
Time: .1:32. ^^
4x400 Relay, Men "A":
(1) Abel Bravo; (2) Club Poli-
ca Nacional. Time: 3:42:8.
9 Miles, Cyele, Open:
(1) Emilio Gonzalez; (2) Jose
Cedeno; (3) Cesar Alvarado.
Marathon:
(1) Emilio Penalosa; (2) Anto-
nio Arguelles; (3) Nlcaslo Loren- ,
zo; (4) Rufus Moore; (5) Hernn !
Gonzalez; (6) Joe Salas; (7) Se-
rafn Garcia; (8) Chepeto Rodri-
guez; (9) George Weeks; tlO)
Duane Bradley. Time: 42*.
FIELD EVENTS
Shot Put:
(1) Clair Godby; (2) Bill Black-
burn; (3) George Richards; (4)
aril Adamson; (5) Alberto De-
*er; (6) Melvln Lord; (7)
Gladstone Brown. Time: 35"2Vfe".
High Jump:
(1) Mitchell Clovls; (2) Jerome
Thompson; (3) George Hymleson
6 ft.
Pole Vault:
(1) Sebert Beckles; (2) Rufus
Beckles; (3) Bernlce Herring.
** A
Discus:
(1) Jack Johnson; (2) clair
Godby; (3) Alfredo Reld; (4)
Harold Manning; (5) Sebert
Beckles; (8) Alberto DeLlsser-
(7> George Richards. 115'44".
Broad Jump:
(1) Jennings Blackett; (2)
Lester Sobert; (3) Reginald Mat-1
thews. 21'9", 20-9Va". 20*8".
" I
Charles Easily
Wallops Maxim
In Rough Brawl
CHICAGO, May 31 (UP).
Heavyweight Champion Ezzard
Charles, who defeated light-
heavyweight boss Joey Maxim
last night, was expected to ar-
range today for his ninth title
defense against Jersey Joe Wal-
cott at Pittsburgh In July or
August.
Charles has already beaten
Walcott In two title fights but he
never gave him such a thorough
battering as he meted out last
night before 7,226 in the Chicago
Stadium. '
Maxim's light heavy crown was
not at stake because both he
and Charles scaled more than the
175-pound limit. Charles weigh-
ed 182 pounds, Maxim 181.
Charles won'a unanimous 15-
round decision by a wide margin
after an Interesting brawl In
which Ezzard became despera-
tely aggressive and completely
unethical In his use of nearly
every brand of foul.
Referee Frank' Frank Ollmer
warned Ezzard in the first,-sec-
ond, third, sixth and ninth
rounds for low blows, heeling
with the palm of the hand and
hitting on the breaks.
Maxim was admittedly off form
owing to more than a year's ab-
sence from serious competition
and tried to fight fire with fire.
He too was warned for using Il-
legal tactics. There were no
knockdowns, although Maxim
was staggered five times.
Fans Offered 24
Rounds Or Less
Sunday At Gym
Local fight addicts are offered
a total of 24 rounds or less (de-
pending on knockouts) Sunday
night, June 3, at the Panama
Gym when Leonel Peralta tack-
led Lais Thompson In the ten-
round main event.
Sunday's contest will be the
flnt starring bout for both
Thompson and Peralta and a
convincing victory for either will
establish him as a challenger for
the 135-pound title which at pre-
sent is short of topnotch con-
tenders.
<
The 24 rounds are split op in
the following ten for the feat-
ure bout, a six-round semifinal
and two four-round prelimin-
aries. However, it an almost cer-
tainty that at least two of these
bouts will end before reaching the
limit.
Peralta Is favored the stop the
taller, speedier and more experi-
enced Thompson. However,
Thompson has many backers and
they are hoping for an upset.
Vicente Worrell and Baby Va-
lentine will slug it out in the
six-round semifinal. This bout
will be at a 126-pound limit.
'Marty Pier and Franklin Mc-
Gee, also 126-pounders, clash In
one four-round preliminary.
. Melanio Pacheco meets Leslie
Green at 118 pounds in the other
four round preliminary.
National League
Teams Won Lost
Brooklyn .... 28 15
St. Louis ... 22 17
Chicago.....18 17
Boston . / 21 18
New York .... 21 21
Cincinnati .... 18 21
Philadelphia ... 17 23
Pittsburgh .... 15 23
NATIONAL LEAGUE
No games scheduled.
Pet.
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
FIRST GAME
Boston 808 632 000 005 t 1
N. York 616 211 080 814 8 1
Surkoat (5-3), St. Claire and
Cooper, Mueller.
Jansen (5-4) and Westrum.
SECOND GAME
Boston 381 111 660 6 9 6
N. Y. 061 808 0823 7 2
Bickford (7-4) and Cooper.
Heanp. (3-3), Spencer, Kennedy
and Noble.
FIRST GAME
Brooklyn 201 002 6005 8 8
Phila. 000 008 3008 S Z
Newcombe (5-2) and Campan-
ula.
Roberta (4-5), Thompson, Kon-
stanty and Seminlek.
SECOND GAME
Brooklyn 611 808 128-4 12 3
Phila. 020 026 14x8 14 1
Roe, Ersklne (3-5), King and
Campanella.
Church (4-4) and Seminlek.
FIRST GAME
Pittsburgh 888 010 2003 14 1
St. Louis 630 808 lOx4 11 8
Dickson (6-4) and McOuUough,
Fitzgerald.
Presko (4-2), Brazle. Wllks and
Rice.
SECOND GAME
Pittsburgh 080 186 1814 16 0
St. Louis 001 266 22z7 11 6
Queen (3-4), WerU and Fitz-
gerald.
Munger (2-3) and Gararlola.
FIRST GAME
Chicago 080 882 6365 8 8
Cincinnati 362 610 OOx6 11 1
Rush (2-2), Kelly, Lown, Owen
and Burgeas.
Raffensberger (3-5), Smith,
Perkowskl and Pram esa.
SECOND GAME ". '
Chicago 800 080 8145 7 1
Cincinnati. 080 61 6081 t 2
Minner (3-3) and Burgeas.
Blackwell (5-4) and Scheffing.
American League
Teams Won Lest P
Chicago ..... 26 9
New York ... 26 13 A
Boston.....24 13 .4
Cleveland .... 18 18 J
Detroit.....17 28 .4
Washington ... 16 26 A
Philadelphia 11 87 J
St. Louis .... 11 28 J
AMERICAN LEAGUE
No games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
FIRST GAME
Phila. 216 648 1618 15
Wash. 886 212 8885 12
Coleman (1-3), Kucab and Til
ton.
Hudson (6-2), Ron, Harris
Sacks, Guerra.
SECOND GAME
Phila. 168 188 8882 8
Wash. 866 261 6306 7
Kellner (3-3), Schelb and At
troth.
Marrero (6-1) and Guerra.
FIRST GAME
N 628 681 780 066 66816 13
Boston
381 620 220 868 HIII IS
Lopat, Kramer, Ferrlck, She
(2-2) and Bern.
Stobbs, Kinder, McDermott, Ta
lor, Scarborough (2-2) and Mi
SECOND GAME
New York 888 684 6864
Boston 116 Nl Six8 14
Rasehl, (8-2), Kramer ai
Berra.
Nixen, Wight (1-3) and M<
FIRST GAMB '
St Louis 001 080 0182 16
Chicago 608 362 OOx5 7
Suchocki (6-1), Sleater aa|
Lollar.
Were* (6-2) and Masl.
SECOND GAME
St. Louis 681 866 6601 %
Chicago 626 116 Six8 16
Wldmar (3-4), Stan, Fans
and Batts.
Gumpert (S-6) and Niarhea.
FIRST GAME
Detroit 666 606 0161 6
ClereUnd 186 206 OOx3 5
Trout (2-5), White and Rot
son.
Chakales (2-6) and Hegan.
SECOND GAME
Detroit 686 661 6881
Cleveland 666 660 22x4 8
NewhouMr (4-4), White al
Robinson.
Garcia (4-3) and Tebbetts.
Lee Wallard Sets Record
Wliile Winning 500-Mile
Indianapolis Car Race
By ED SAINSBURY
United Pre Sports Writer
o
Hera, blind it a watch which yon
will charlan with prida ad londnaaa.
Winner of 165 Obaarvatory Award.
Movado is famoua tba world ovar for
iti laadarehip in daai(n. accuracy and
kip.
fo^a/afo/tlch
jnnun hbaoo
TQ6HJ PANAMA
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 31
Lee Wallard whipped the fast-
est field in the history of the In-
dianapolis Moto* Speedway yes-
terday to capture the 35th an-
nual 500-mlle race classic, run
off In under four hours for the
first time."
Wallard was out of the lead
only briefly once, the event be-
gan, and his strategy for the run
was supreme. Starting from the
middle position of the front row,
he held a scant five foot margin
on Jack McGrath at the end of
the first and second laps.
His blistering pace produced
such casualties among the 33
starters that the smallest field In
history finished the event.
Only eight cars were running
at the finish, as Wallard headed
for the 820,000 guaranteed first
prize, which probably will be in-
creased by speedway option to
about $30,000. In addition Wal-
lard picked up $15,600 in lap
prize money, at the rate of $100
for each lap he was in front, and
that was most of the time.
The lowest number of cars fin-
ishing in any previous race was
nine In 1646, the first post-war
race, when mechanics were
rusty, and the cars uncertain.
But yesterday's field was the
standout, the fastest in history,
which had qualified at 133,570
miles per hour. And none of
them could keep up with Jaunty,
always smiling, Wallard.
He was clocked at 126,244 miles
per hour for the distance, far
better than the previous record
of 121,327 miles per hour set by
Bill Holland in 1949. His time was
three hours 57 minutes, 38.05 sec-
onds, a tremendous clocking for
a 500-mlle grind.
Wallard was driving at better
than 130 miles per hour most of
the time. This was the killing
pace that sent the cars to the
sidelines with burned out bear-
ings, broken gas tanks, broken
oil tanks, and every other type
of motor exhaustion.
Rookie Mike Nazaruk finished
second, and he too bettered the
four hour mark for a speed aver-
age of 125,302 miles per hour for
the distance.
Then It was Jack McGrath's
car, which relief driver Manuel
Ayulo piloted for the last SCO
miles, with an average speed of
124,745 mile* per hour.
Fourth was Bob Hall, Phoenl
Arizona, another rookie, with
speed of 123,709, while Heni
Banks 1950 national drlvm
champion, was fifth, 122.680 mllt.
per hour. Thereafter it was Andi
Linden, Los Angeles, sixth; Carl
Forberg, Detroit, seventh, and
Duane Carter, Culver City, Calif-
eighth. Forberg was flagged afi
ter 194 laps and Carter after 181
Tony Bettenhausen Chicago,
took ninth, though he spun out
after 178 laps, while Duke Nalor
who stalled on the back stret '
after 151 laps, finished 10th.

Pacific Side Little
Leaguers (op Series
For Governor's Cup
Before an overflowing crowd al
Margarita Ball Park, The Paclfl
Little Leaguers made it two l
a row and captured the Governc
Newcomers.Trophy for 1951. Thl__
game was the finale of the sea-l
son on the local diamonds fc
the knee high guys.
In this finale It was a superb!
pitching duel between Freddie!
Bruhn of Sears and Ray Croffcl
of the Margarita All Stars. Out-I
side of the first Inning, whenl
Owen Sutherland tagged Freddie!
for a triple, Bruhn was not In I
danger, and he retired the last I
twelve men to face him.
Generally, Freddie is quite 11-1
beral with walks, but yesterday I
he issued only one free pass.
The boys from the Atlantic
Side drew flr.it blood by scoring I
one run in the first Inning, but I
the Champs from the Pacific aid*) I
came right back to tie It up tal
the second and put over the Win-
ning run in the fifth, and the
final count was 2-1.
Ray Croft was tough in the
EInches otherwise! the score may
ave been different. Time and I
time again with men on bases
he managed to come through
unscathed. In the second with
bases full. Bobby Best lined one
to right, but Bob Hamilton mad*
a sensational stop on a ground
ball and thus retired the side. It,
this had gone by Hamilton three) |
runs would have scored easily.


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PAGE FTTB
Navy Chief Of Staff Goes With
MacArthur On China Blockade
WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP) Adm Forrest P
Sherman disclosed yesterday that the Un.tedStates is
pressing the United Nations for a naval b,oc.ka^ "C-
Uunist China but warned that a blockade by the Un.ted
States olone might bring Russian 'etaliatwn.
The Chief of Naval Operations was the first Adminis-
tration witness before the Senate comm.ttee I""***"!
Gen. Douglas MacArthur's dismissal to call publicly to-a
' blockade one of the key points in MacArthur s propos-
als for stepping up the^war against Red China.
MacArthur was recalled by President Truman for pub-
licly locating anaval blockade, .S. bombtafl of Com-
ynist bases i? Manchuria, and use Ch~N. Ini
ist forces in the Korean war. Unlike Sherman, however, he
Sm*TwS States should "go it alone" if necessary.
naval
PAA Pilot Hurries
To Work Via N. Pole
Special
Discount
25% OFF
For the
month of
JUNE only
BY JOHN MORKA
o
war "drags on long enough, but
he acknowledged that it to ng
likelv" now. He said otner u
countries IlghUng In.Korea do
not want one and the United
States might loseits aUles If It
Imposed a blockade &loneJ, .,_,,
Committee Chairman Richard
B. IftSSeU. D.. Ga told Sherman
he was impressed by his state-
m"Admlral, I am frank to say
you have made the strongest case
here of the Importance of an ef-
fective blockade on China that
has been made." Russell said. It
has been Impressivetome.
As I understand your position
now, you are strongly hi favor of
a naval blockade by the United
N^Bynthe United Nations." Sher-
"lUmafsaid China to parti-
cularly "vulnerable" to a naval
blockade because it Is dependent
on imports for at least a dozen
of the most Important war ma-
terials. In the event of a block-
ade, he said China could get
them only from Russia over the
already taxed trans Siberian
The fourth and last of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff to testify
beore the committee, Sherman
made these other points:
1) He has been "stressing hU
case or a naval blockade with
the State Department since the
start of the Korean war. He said
he is satisfied with the first
steps" taken so far then UN
economic blockade and that
a UN naval blockade Is "the sub-
sequent step."
2) Under "established Inter-
national law," a UN blockade
could not Include the British port
of Hong Kong or the I
gjrts of Dalren and Port Arthur,
ut "controbantt" could b re-
moved from nwst ships, wh a
Polish vessel headed for Dairen.
This presumably would apply to
Soviet ships too.
3) The Joint Chiefs of Staff
advised Defense Seer etary
George C. Marshall last March
28 that they were concerned
about the amount of goods still
being shipped to Communist Chi-
na by UN nations. Since then,
the economic blockade has been
ThS'joined the other Chiefs
of Staff in asserting that the
strategy now being followed in
Korea is the right one. While
"more vigorous courses" are
"tempting" they would "Jeopar-
dize our long term national se-
curity on a global basis.
5) Russia probably would re-
spect a naval blockade of Red
China If it was Imposed by the
United Nations, Just as It re-
spected the blockade of North
Korea. But it might retaliate
with "force" if the United States
tried to do It alone.
Sherman summed up his case
for a UN blockade this way:
"A naval blockade by the Uni-
ed Nations would substantially
reduce the war potential of Com-
munist China. It would be highly
effective in impeding prepara-
tions by China to invade Formo-
"China is not capable of taking
counter-measures that could ap-
preciably reduce the effective-
ness of such a blockade.
"A naval blockade by the Unl-
ed Nations would be advantage-
ous from a psychological stand-
point. It would demonstrate to
the Chinese Communists, and to
neighboring Asian peoples, the
power of the forces against Com-
munism it would demonstrate
the effectiveness of sea power, a
power that Chinese Communists
can do little to thwart."
Russell asked Sherman wheth-
er he is "satisfied" with the vi-
gor with which the State Depart-
ment is pressing the United Na-
tions for a naval blockade.
Yes, sir, I am," Sherman re-
plied, "because we have suceed-
ed In obtaining what I regard as
the first step In the program,
which is the economic blockade,
Imposition of expott controls, and
having each country handle Its
own problem. The United Nations
naval blockade will be the sub-
sequent step."
He warned that a "unilateral
United States naval blockade is
not advlaible.' "He said It would
"defeat our wider purposes."
NEW YORK. May 31. (UP)
AirUne pilot Charles F. Blalr, Jr..
returned yesterday afternoon
from his busman's holiday flight
over the North Pole and saia,
"once is enough."
The handsome, 41-year-old
flier, who made history's first so-
lo flight over the Pole In a sln-
rfe-engined plane, arrived at New
York's International airport from
Fairbanks. Alaska. 29 hours and
40 minutes after starting his
Arctic hop from Bardufoss, Nor-
He looked weary and said he
had only about one hour of sleep
since he started the historic
flight which he made on his va-
cation. Blalr, chief pilot for Pan-
American Airways, rushed back
to New York because he was sup-
posed to return to work here yes-
terday.
Some 2.000 spectators cheered
as he set his maroon-colored
Mustang fighter plane down af-
ter a nine hour and 31 minute
flight from Fairbanks, one min-
ute more than he estimated the
trip would take.
He made the 3.400 mile over-
the-pole flight In 10 hours and 30
minutes, reaching Fairbanks
Tuesday at 9:28 p.m. -
The sun-burned filer who had
a stubble of beard on his face was
Meat Industry Glooms Over
Beef Price Rollback Effects
CHICAGO, May 31 (UP)
The American Meat institute
reported today that retail pork
prices are averaging 20 cents
a pound less than beef prices
and painted a dark picture of
dwindling supplies and black
markets in cattle.
The AMI said that already
there were "disturbing reports'
of black market operations and
under-the-counter sales in beef.
It said it made a price sur-
vey In hcavllv populated cities
to establish that pork is run-
ning much cheaper than beel
In butche shops. It said that
whereas overall food prices
have climbed 14 per cent In the
last year, average pork prices
have Increased only 7 per cent.
"Right now there is a fairly
food general selection of meat,
especially pork, almost every-
where, but under-supplies of
beef are developing In some
consuming areas." the AMI said.
The meat producing lndus-
Fiorida Senator
Gets No Backing/
Aaainsr 'Herald'
TALLAHA8SEE, Fla., May 31
__(UP)A proposal to investi-
gate the Miami Herald was kill-
ed by unanimous vote in a
Florida Senate Committee after
its sponsor failed to produce
support for his charges against
the Pulitzer prize-winning news-
paper.
No one appeared at the hear-
ing to back up Sen. Newman
Brackln's plea for an Investiga-
tion to determine if the Herald's
news and editorial policies aid
"the Communist conspiracy to
sabotage our Democratic system
of government."
Mrackln, whose hometown of
Crestvlew Is 00 miles from
Miami, spent half an hour call-
ing the Herald and some of its
reDOrters "vicious."
But he failed to even mention
Herald publisher John Knight
after accusing him in the re-
solution of having "designs to
take political control of Dade
County and Florida."
Brackln complained that He-
rald Tallahassee correspondent
John Kllgore printed inaccurate
Information and "Insinuations
about him.
try has been a bitter foe of
the Government price rollback
on beef-on-the-hoof. Pork at
the livestock level is not yet
controlled. ,.
The AMI acknowledged that
at the moment considerable
numbers of beef animals are
moving to market But it warn-
ed that the supply will dwindle
under the current rollback and
further cuts In later months.
At Denver, Government price
official George F. Rock also re-
ported that there was a good
supply of beef at present, at
least In the Rocky Mountain
area. Rock said that a survey
in 15 cities showed beef sup-
plies ranging from normal to
plentiful, with retail sales great-
er than before the price roll-
back.
The rollback order took ef-
fect 10 days aso. but did not
have the Immediate effect, par-
ticular^ on Drime steers, of
depressing Drices to permissi-
ble levels. This was because
pnekers. on whom the order Is
effective, need onlv average the
ceiling Drice durine a "erlod
from May 20 to June 29.
Further rollbacks are sche-
duled later In the vear. but
there hs be*n talk In Wash-
ington that Congress may act
to Mil them.
The AMI diH not elaborate
on ren"rt of li'egal onerntloin
bi't sold that the current, hef
situation was an onen "Invita-
tion" to black marketeers.
Art! &-*** pmi,<
To Sign Up Saturday
At Ancon Gymnasium
Formal registration for the
Arts and Crafts Classes in the
summer Recreation Program, for
children of the Ancon Elemen-
tary School, will be held in the
Ancon Gymnasium Saturday
from 9 a. m. to 12 noon, at
which time the registration fee
must be paid.
As previously announced, the
fee is $1.00 for the first child In
a family and 50e for each addi-
tional child.
Final preparations will be
based upon this registration and
the committee hopes that par-
ents will see that their children
are registered for the class in
order to assure that enough
material will be available, when
the classes begin.
Unity Lodge BPOE
Meets On Friday
Unity Lodge No. 1084 of the I.B.
P.O.E. of W., will convene Fri-
day for a special session to nom-
inate and elect officers for the
July-December 1951 term. The
meeting .will be held at the Pa-
raso Lodge hall beginning at 7:30
p.m.
All officers and members are
urged to attend.
greeted at the airport by his 41-
year-old wife. Janice and 14-
month-old son, Christopher.
He deprecated his unprece-
dented achievement.
"The Arctic," he said, "is Just
about like any other ocean. Up at
20,000 feet it was quite warm. In
fact. I did not even have mv cock-
pit heater on. It was a fairly easy
flight. But once is enough, how-
ever."
He sa'* -"" M- .........
to "say hello to Santa Claus and
I dropped a note to him over the
pole."
He said he hoped his son. Chris,
"can cash in on it next Christ-
mas."
Blalr said that he decided to
fly across the North Pole rather
than across the Atlantic from
London.
"I figured on seeing some of
the country up there," he said.
The plane performed "beauti-
fully" the entire trip.
"Flying over the North Pole
was a rather easy feat."
Blalr said it would be feasible
to operate commercially and mili-
tarily over the polar route and
that it would be no more difficult
than flying west across the At-
lantic bucking strong headwinds.
He planned to sell his plane, he
added because "it's getting a bit
too expensive to operate., .uses
too much gas."
"I had some fun with it. Ill try
to sell it. But, the first thing I
want to do is get a good meal-
it's tough trying to eat with an
oxygen mask on."
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If you arc sickly, ailing, weak, rum-
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First bet a bottle of Terrlian. next take
a good walksee how far you can go
or how long you can work without be-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Hm. 7 "H" Slrttl r.n.nii
No 1X11 Cutir*! Avt. Colon
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALECupboard, closed kitchen
cobmet, miscellaneous household
goods, 0763-D, Williomson Ploct,
Balboa, telephone 2-32)6.________
FOR SALE. Everything o gift! 9
ft. Refrigerator $75.00. lamps, ra-
dios, phonogrophs, rugs, desk,
tables, blinds, charcoal roaster.
Phone 2-3178, after four, Ancon
0440-J.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE8 1-2 Ft. Westinghouse
Refrigerator. Full width Freeier,
25 cycle. 4 months old. $280.
Leaving Isthmus. May be seen at
IT Qtrs. 397-B, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:9 ft. 25 Cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator, Kenmore
woshing machine. 1447-D, Owen
St.. Balboo. ^^^^
FOR SALE:One set. Bunkbeds with
Ladder & Safety Rails. 7 1 1 -B, Co-
coli. Phone 4-120.
FOR SALE Mahogany d:ning, liv-
ing and bedroom furniture, in ex-
~ cellent condition. owner leaving
country. Call 3-1975 from 2 to 5
p. m.
FOR SALETrade or sell. 25 cycle
clock and washing machine motor.
Want 60 cycle. Phone Curundu
83-6116.
FQR SALE:Westinghouse 9 cu. ft
all porcelain refrigerotor with unit
guoronteed, 3 more years; bam-
lboo chairs; Colonial Desk; Corner
Cabinet; Book Case* Vacuum
Cleaner, Westinghouse Rooster;
Chinese Teo Set; Dishes; House-
'hold Articles. House 546-C, Sea-
forthia Avenue. Cocoli.
FOR SALE:-I have two refrigerators,
lone $145. one $95. Take your
ichoice I'll keep the other one.
Tel. 3-0406.
f3r
FOR SALE:Refrigerator Westing-
house 9 cu. ft. 25 Cycle, all
torceloin, $150.00. purchaser may
lake possession on June 14th. G
IE. woshing machine 25 cycle,
J^ringer type, used, good condition
J85.00. Purchaser may take pos-
session June 14th. Electric motor
1-4}H P. .25 cycle $15.00. Small
child's bicycle. $25. .White wick-
r toble $6.00. Other household
"appliances and goods, toys, etc
Colon Beach 422-B.
LESSONS
Learn po:se, grace, balance and self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
\ Leove name, address, phone at
desk Bolboo YMCA or Box 106,
Bolboo. Harnett & Cunn.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Romero
wonderful .conversational system.
Estudiante St 77-A.
DREAMS OF HAITI Marie
Geneau, above, assistant to the
Senate sergeant-at-arms, aspire*
V> become U. S. ambassador to
Haiti. Learning during a vaca-
tion that there will soon be a
vacancy there, Miss Geneau
spade a two-month study of the
ountry. She speaks French, the
Official language, and the Haitian
dialect. She reportedly has con-
siderable backing tor the post
in Washington.
REFRIGERATORS
FOR 75 cts.
espite of the present short-
es and the rising prices we
are still offering
ADMIRAL
l refrigerators for as low as
75 els. a DAY*
iid you take home your box
right away!
tX will not hurt you to drop in
and Inquire. .
MIEBLERIA
CASA SPARTON
Central'a2S
next to Encanto Theatre
'.Also available la Club Plan.
FOR SALE:Studeboker "Land Crui-
ser" late 1949, four-door sedan,
holiday red. nylon seatcovers, white
sidewall tires, antenna, duty paid,
fully insured, license, plotes paid
. until December 1951. Perfect con-
dition throughout. Owner leaving
country. Cash or terms. Phone
office 2-2856 or Residence 3-0393
P. O. Box 1376, Pancmo.
FOR SALE.1947 Tudor 8 Cyl. Ford,
very cleon, in good condition.
$750. 5619-A. Hecker Place.
Dioblo, Balboa 6313.
FOR SALE 1939 Chevrolet 2 door
sedan $250.00. See at Dioblo Fir*
Station.
FOR SALE:Duty free. 4 Chevrolet
automobiles, 1950, 4 door, per-
fect condition. Adalberto Joly and
Co. Phone 1222 or 417 Colon.
FOR SALE:1949 OJdsmobile 6, 4
Door Sedan, duty paid, car like
new, excellent running, low mi-
leage, plastic teat covers, financa
available $.1.575.00. Coll 3-1571
Cristobal, between 8:00 o. m.
3:00 P. M. House 147-B, 8th. St.
New Cristobal.
FOR SALEBuick Super 1949 Dyno-
flow, two door sedan, 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 Fqd Station Wagon, duty
poid ond fully licensed tor yeor
1951. Sealed bids will be accepted
ot our office No. 5 'L' street. Pan-
ama City, Panama and will be
opened 10:00 a. m., Saturday
June 2nd. Unit Moy be inspected
at our offices No. 5 'L' Street
Panama City, Panama. Pan Amer-
iccn World Airwoys, Inc.
FOR SALE:BARGAIN! Must sell in
a week. Plymouth 49 and Kaiser
49. both, immaculate. Also Koher-
ing Doudie. concrete mixer, Pan-
amo 2-2064.
Leaving Saturday. 1940 Pontioc 2
Door Sedan. Very good condition.
83-3236, Curundu Heights, $350.
00.
NYLON seat covers for Hudson at re-
duced price at Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontioc. two
doors, outomatic changas, plostic
seat covers, rodio, good tires, used
only 15 .months. Perfect condi-
tion. Coll Tel. 2-0,860.
MISCELLANEOUS
De yon have a drinking piobltm?
Write Alcoholics Anonym
as 2031 Aacaa, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALF:High gloss oil points
ond enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
Lowest prices in town until our stock
is sold out!! Plastic lampshades,
Conasto sets, Tinker Toys. Come
now before it's too lote!! HASMO,
Via Espaa 51.
RESORTS
Philli. Beach cottages, Santo Clara
Box number 435, Balboo. Phona
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gramlieh's Santa Clara beach-
cottoges. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567,
rVilliams Sonta Clora Beach Cottages.
I wo bedrooms, electric refrigero-
tion. Rockgas ranges Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends
FOR SALE:_Metal Lathe Dolton
"6" toolmokers screw cutting,
lathe with many extras, including
milling and toper attachments,
2 jocobs chucks, collet set etc.
mounted on sturdy bench with
jackshaft, clutch, and motor! Price
$250.00. 1470-B. Holden St., Bal-
boa, after 4:30 p. m.
FOR SALE:Horse with saddle and
rein, suitable for child. Telephone
3-2960.
FOR SALE:Replacement sealed re-
frigeation unit, 1950, 25 Cyl. 6
eu. ft. Frigidaire. Coll Albrook
6219.
FOR SALE:One natural color mo-
dernistic bar ond 4 stools, $50.00.
Two bedroom suits complete,
springs ond mattress, $60.00 each.
Two, 3-way floor lamps, $10.-
00 each, twin waffle irons, $7.50.
One desk small $10.00. Five ma-
ternity dresses, size 12. Tel. Al-
brook 6122.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:36 ft. Wheelar, Stock
cruiser, Chrysler powered. Luxuri-
ous sleeping accommodations for
2 in forecostles, 4 in beautifully
arranged deck cabin, completely
screened. Lorge galley, privla
toilet and washroom, full length
hanging closet. 6 ft. 6 in. head-
room throughout. Large comfort-
able cockpit. Large storage spoce
for ice. woter. ond gos. Numerous
cobinets. In excellent cond-tion,
* fully equipped and many extras.
ond ready to go. Can be' seen ot
Gamboa Boat Club all day Wed-
nesday, Saturday and Sunday or
by appointment. Phone 83-4295.
FOR SALE: CVy.'rr New Yo-ker
1949, rodio, leathe upholstery,
air conditioner, low milecge. 8175
A. Margonta. Phone 3-2329.
FOR SALEGMC 10 wheel trutk
with front winch and adoption far
carrying left. Steel platform.
Agencia Gloaalo,
Tel. 3-1503.
Va Isaaia 121
FOR SALE:Or trode for a $300.00
car, in board motor boot model
A. Ford engine, new paint job.
No. 105. Can be seen ot Tarpon
Club Boat docks if interested. Coll
Fort Guhck 807.
efore you buy a USIO car san Mr.
Lobo, he sails tha best used cars in
town. AUTOLANDIA, 4th. af July
Are. He. 13. Tel. 2-3115.
FOR SALE:1950 Studebaker. Land
Cruder, leather upholstery, radio,
excellent condition, priced for
quick sale. Call Balboa 3425.
WANTED
Automobile!)
WANTED: "51 or '50 Cadillac
62," Floerwood. Duty Free 20-
Cocoli. 5 to 7 p. m
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY: Me.ssner Ex
Model VFO. Must be good condi-
tion. Phone 2-31 7i, Bolboo,
FOR SALE:Soitboor. length 12 ft.
equipment complete, Marconi Rig-
ged, spruce most, stainless steel
centercoord. 2-wheeled carrier,
$175.00. Colon Beach 422-B.
House ON BEACH at Santo Clara.
Also mountain top home at CERRO
CAMPANA. Phone SHRAPNEL.
Balboa 2820 or See caretaker
there.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:2 bedroom chalet with
moid's room and gorage. Corner
of Belisario Porros ond 13th St.
Coll 2-1757 after 5:30 p. m.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
concrete chalet. Golf Heights. Rent
$150.00, Phone 3-2541, Panamo.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
spacious beautiful residence, mod-
ern conveniences, No. 114, llth
street, Paitilla. For information
call telephone 2-1456, Panamo.
FOR RENT: House. "Urbonizo-
cjn El Carmen," two bedrooms,
living-diningroorr, kitchen, porch,
garage ond service. Coll Tel. 3-
0545.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMtRA APARTMENTS.
Modern furnlshea-unfurnished apart-
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St.. New Cristobal. Phone 1 386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. Stella
Vista No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment consisting of living and
diningroom, one bedroom, kitchen
and bath, with refrigerator and
telephone. Price $85.00. Can \e
seen from 3 to 6 p. m. Nuevo Tl-
voli building. Colle Rotchet 14,
Apartment 3-B (between Tivoli
Avenue ond Estudiante St.)
WANTED: Cocker Spaniel, must
be registered A. K. C. olso up-
right piono, reasonable, good con-
dition Phone 4-220.
Anti-Red Parlies
In Solid Control
Of Northern Italy
ROME, May 31. Ilaly's Christian Democrats, and
allied anti-Communist parties,
today were solidly in control
of most of North Italy's big.
cities and provinces as a result
of Sunday's municipal elections.
The Communists have been
ousted from municipal and
country power for the next five
yea.
On returns so Jar to hand
the Government bloc of Chris-
tian Democrats, right wing So-
cialists. Liberals and Repub-
licans has gained 553 per cent
of the votes cast, against 37.4
per cei't for the Communist
and left wing Socialist block.
BEAIMGARD,
SCHMIDT
(Continued from Pare FOUR)
2ndLynnette Henderson,
Oamboa.
3rdMabel Walker, Lacona.
19.Boys, 12 years
40 meter breastrolte
1stDonny Ryter. Gamboa.
2ndKenny Morris, Gamboa.
3rdLloyd Henderson, Gam-
boa.
20Girls, breastroke
40 meter. 12 years
1stCamille Ellis, Gamboa.
2ndMary Smith. Balboa.
3rdJudy Edwards. Balboa
21.Backstroke ISO meter
for time
Helen Edwards.
'II.Boys, 10 years
20 meter free style
1stBobby Barnes. Lacona.
2ndJohn 8nodgrass. Gamboa.
3rdJohn Morris, Gamboa.
23.Girls, 10 years
20 meter free style
1stSandra McKay. Gamboa
2ndJudy Phelps, Gamboa.
3rd8hirley Barlow, Balboa.
24.Boys, 12 years
40 meters backstroke
1stLloyd Henderson, Gam-
boa.
2ndKenny Morris, Gamboa
3rdAlberto de de la Guardia,
Panama.
25Girls, 12 years
40 meter backstroke
1stCamille Ellis, Gamboa
2ndJudy Edwards, Balboa.
3rdDiane Hern, Gamboa
26.Boys 10 years
20 meter backstroke
1stBobby Barnes, Lacona
2ndBilly Halvsa, Diablo
3rdTlmmy Davs, Lacona
27.Girls, 10 years
1st8andra McKay, Gamboa
2ndJudy Phelps, Gamboa.
3rd-Shirley Barlow.
28.Women
50 meters free style
1stArlene Schmidt. Balboa
2ndMarilyn Ford. Balboa
3rd -Helen Edwards, Balboa
29.Boys, 14 years
4x40 free style relay
1stPanama.
2ndBalboa.
3rdGamboa.
30Girls, 14 years
1stOamboa.
2ndLacona.
3rdBalboa.
CLUBS
from $1.00
LA POSTAL
Are. Central
FOR RENT: Modern comfortable
oportment. Two bedroom.- 3rd St.
final San Francisco de la Caleta.
Inform the same house.
FOR RENT;Cool modern, two bed-
room apartment. 149 Va Porros.
Phone Ponoma 3-1618 from 9 o.
m. to 5 p. m.
FOR RENT:Nica small opartment
for bachelor. Apply house 7 Mo-
rio. Tel. 3-1404.
FOR RENT:Furnished cool apart-
ments with porch, hot water, priv-
ate telephone and complete Hotel
service. Hotel. Roosevelt.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, llvingroom, bedroom
kitchen. both, Frigidoire. All
screened. No. 2, 24th Street. Tel,
3-1648 also furnished bedroom.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment
2011 Melendez Ave. Apply Bolin
6029. It:lboo Ave. Colon, phene
475-J or 517-J offer 6:30 p. m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room. Inde-
pendent, cool, nice view, with or
without board, suitable for couple
or consulate office, Bella Visto,
48th Street No. 7.
1
Position Offered
WANTED:Sale person, exclusively
on sewing mochines, able to speak
Engli-h one) Spanish, on commis-
sion basis, write to Apartado No.
537. Panama City
A decent woman (English speaking!
seeks job as cook or housekeeper.
Alice Reid. Higlnio Duron St. No.
15. Apt. 3, opposite Goroge Bal-
boa. ,
Georgia Reps. Want
Segregation Oath
ATLANTA. May 31,
Plans to require State welfare
workers to take loyalty oatbs up-
holding segregation were an-
nounced todav by Reps. Bush
Mims of Miller County and John
Durham of Baker County.
Mims said he and Durham had
asked the Attorney General's of-
fice to draft a bill requiring wel-
fare workers to state they be-
lieved In and would uphold segre-
gation in Georgia.
The legislators said their de-
cision to recommend passage of
such a bill had come about as a
result of the findings of the le-
gislative committee Investigating
the State Welfare Department.
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To regular users of
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Our long-delayed shipment
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the presentation this evening at
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sponsorship of the St. John Bap-
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of Parque Lefevre.
Appearing on this program
which is scheduled to begin at 8
p.m.. will be several well known
local artists.
Tickets will be available at the
door.
Red Scarf Weapon
kins Semi-Nude
homer; hubby Held
BRUNSVvICK, Me., May 31
(Or; a siam aivorcees ex-
nuboand voiurn.et.cu luuuy :o
neip poilce nunting lor the
ii.u.atier who leu iier oody in
a nower garen netu uio #o-
uom ouiiege campus, a red
scan' luioited uBnuy arounu
her nee".
iiov.tver, police at Boston said
the ex-nusuana, tuy r. ouoieii,
i, was being hem there on
suspicion oi rape oi a i-i-ye.-
o.(i girl ana would be arraigned
in uoicnester uisnict court
u morrow.
Cooien's attractive former
wile bmriey, a*, was founu ly-
ing semi-nude last night in a
gaiden at the home of Mrs.
Kmma Senter, a lew hundred
yaras from me college campus.
The body was lound by Mrs.
tenter's housekeeper.
Dr. Wilbur K Leighton of
Portland, medical examiner,
said after helping perform an
autopsy that tne brunette wait-
ress "died oi strangulation oy
that red perchiel found around
her neck."
Dr. Leighton said there were
no signs she had been raped
out aaced that mere were in-
aications that she had had sex-
ual relations shortly Deiore sne
was slain "sometime Saturday
nignt or very early Sunday
morning."
A tew nours after her body
was found, severa Maine fataie
police troopers and Assistant
Cumberland county Attorney
Arthur Chapman, Jr., went to
Boston where they questioned
the former husband.
Police said Cooien told them
he and his mother had spent
last weekend in Bath, nine
miles from Brunswick, visiting
with an aunt, to plaee flowers
on the graves of relatives. He
told police he returned Sunday
to his home in Boston's Dor-
chester section.
Cooien said his former wife,
mother o a 5-year-old girl,
had written him last week, ask-
ing him to meet her Saturday
night in Brunswick on Park
Row. the street where she was
found slain. He said "I didn't
see her."
I didn't want to see her," he
said. "I thought she wanted
to make up with me again and
1 didn't want to."
When found, her face had a
three-inch bruise on the right
side and /her clothing was dis-
heveled. A celluloid letter open-
er six Inches long lay several
feet from the body.
Stole To Satisfy
'Uncontrollable
Sexual Desires'
VIENNA. Mav 31 (UP).A 68-
year-old Englishman who claim-
ed he stole so he could satisfy
uncontrollable sexual desires
awakened In him by a doctor is
under a three-year prison sen-
tence today for the embezzlement
of 59.000 Austrian schillings.
Harry Weller O'Brien told the
court that he embezzled from
British European Airways, the
newspaper "Welteresse." and the
International Small Business As-
sociation during the fall of 1949
and November 1950. He was em-
ployed at various times by these
concerns as an advertising man.
O'Brien had been a trusted em-
ploye of the Austrian State Bank
lor 30 years before he Joined
BEA. He testified he had taken
hormone treatments frpm a
doctor two years ago which
awakened "uncontrollable sexual
desires" In him. He added that:
"It was expensive, satisfying
those desires."
Other witnesses testified that
O'Brien, in addition to numerous
"adventures" with women kept a
"steady woman" to whom he paid
2.500 schillings a month triple
the average Austrian, worker's
wages. He' spent at least 200
schlljings a day for food.
FIRST TIME Joe Adonis,
underworld figure, leads the
way out of court in Hacken-
sack. N. J.. after hearing him-
self sentenced to two to three
years in prison and fined $15.-
000. It will be his first jail term. ,
Handcuffed to him at left Is
James Lynch, one of four
henchmen also sentenced.
SHE'S 14 Britain's Queen Mary looks quite spry on her
84th birthday as she arrives at Hyde Park in London for a
special ceremony for the RAF.



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Christine Cosby, 16, console each other after their arrest
on charges of kidnapping a Cincinnati mother and 14-
month-old babv. The FBI said Uccl left his wife and
child In Michigan and went on a three-day crime spree
with Miss Cosby.
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THURSDAY, MAT SI. 1M1
TOT fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
.FAGF 8EVJH
tLLEN JOAN WALKER BECOMES BRIDE
OF HUGH BRYANT SMITH
The Marriage Ml" Men J^JS^'JSfiJSLll
Mr. and Mr,. Jack E. Walk.r .1 **,,* "ih!0^
Smith, on ( Mr. and Mrs. Tarn r. * "sats* was
solanniied yegterday after.*... * *J"2!i H5Ld^T
dral of St. Luke. Ancon. Th Vjfcww^T.
Ferria. Dean of the Cathedral, read the mrrU| gntm. and
pronounced the Messing. Earl ^mum^C^HMOH^.
1st slaved the nuptial maalc. WhHa Madonna Hule filie
2; Iter -.5. * the candle-Ufhted sanctuary wa. da-
corated with palma. ___ .... -
The bride wag eioorted and given to marriri ay har
father. She wore a weddrns gowno'*"{" made orar
taffeta with cap ileeTea, a high neckline, a fitted bodice ana
a fauT ballerina' length akirt Her ** ">-
held In place with a coronet of seed pearls,and '
lores completed her bridal atom, tfhe.mririla bouquet
f white Fhllanopsls and Lady-of-the-nUbtJ*B*
Miss Joan Karat, maid of honor, wa. * *** pink
orcandy with a matching organdv hati">* ? J
bamboo rehida. The bride's young later Ginger Walker, and
mSSTuZ Herrlngten were flower girls. Their frocks war.
of raffldTptak organdv and they carried matching bachata
af erchida.
Mr. Van Wagner, a graduate of
the Balboa High School, la now a
senior at DePauw University. He
U a member of Phi Gamma Delta
Fraternity. The plan to make
their home In Lima, Ohio during
the summer, and next Fall will
Uve at Oreencaatle, Indiana,
when Mr. Van Wagner returns
there to continue his work at De-
Pauw."
After the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Walker entertained the
bridal party, relatives and close
friends at a reception held in
the Fern Room of the Hotel Ti-
voll. The bride's mother was
gowned in navy blue silk crepe
with a hat of the same color and
Mrs. Smith, mother o! the bride-
groom wore pastel blue. Both mo-
thers wore orchid corsages.
Mr.-Smith and his bride have
gone to Costa Rica on their wed-
ding trip. For travelling she wore
a gray gabardine suit with green
accessories and a corsage of
green orchids. Thay will be at
home after June 3 at 1674 Gavi-
ln Area, Balboa.
Visitor from New York
Henry H. Lefevre of New York
arrived recently for a visit with
his brother, Dr. Jose E. Lefevre,
and other relatives In Panama.
Miss Ortii de Zevallos
Hostess at Tea
Entertaining at the Peruvian
Embassy, Miss Rosario Ortia de
Zevallos. daughter of the Peru-
vian Ambassador to Panama,
gave a tea and card .party Mon-
day afternoon. Mrs. Clemente A-
rauz, wife of the First Secretary
of the Embassy was the guest of
honor.
tell, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, alo
a Fraternity brother of the
bridegroom and Wilson Brum-
back. Jr.. of this city.
"The bride's mother chose for
her daughter's wedding a dusty
blue faille suit dress and white
and navy accessories, and a cor-
sage of pink shattered carna-
tions. Mrs. Van Wagner, the
bridegroom's mother, wore a two
piece navy sheer dress and navy
accessories, and a corsage of
pink sweetheart roses.
"The reception following the
ceremony, was held In th
Church Social Room, where white
gladioli and lilacs were used for
decorations. Serving the guests
were Miss Frances Tuttle. Miss
Joan Kigglns. and Mrs. Gale Reld,
of this city, Miss Martha Dunla-
vy. of North Manchester, India-
na, a Sorority sister of the bride,
and Miss Jean Givens, of Colum-
bus, Indiana.
"When the couple left for a
short wedding trip, the bride had
donned a navy gabardine suit
with lavender and navy accessor-
ies, and an orchid corsage. The
former Miss Owens is a graduate
of Van Wert High School and at-
tended DePauw University at
Greencastle, Indiana, where she
belonged to Pi Beta Phi Sorority.
Sheila Snyder Honored
on har lth Birthday
Mrs. Daniel F. Snyder- gave a
party yesterday afternoon at her
home on Curundu Heights for
her daughter, Sheila. The party
celebrated Sheila's 10th birthday
anniversary. Assisting the hos-
tess was Mrs. Marion Jones.
The young guests included Ed-
na and Betty Gerhart, Betsy
Dykts, Sherry South. Nancy Far-
rell, Anne Kaska, Evelyn Coth-
ern, Betsy Lane, Mary Buckaloo,
Henrietta Blockman, Anne Ro-
che, Kathy Kelsey, Patty Rogers,
Jeanette Eglington, Judy Myers,
Jeanette Boker, Sandra Bishop,
Elma and Olenda Kanopiski. Ma-
ry Juanita Fisher, Betty Joyce
Boatwrlght and Betsy Allen.
Birthday Party
at Fort Clayton
Constance and Charles E.
Hughes III celebrated their
sevetnh and eighth birthday an-
niversaries with a party given
Sunday afternoon by their par-
ents, Sgt. and Mrs. Charles E.
Hughes at their quarters at Fort
Clayton. Mrs. Rufus O'Neil and
Mrs. Keith Calms of Cristobal
assisted Mrs. Hughes.
Other guests present Included:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Versaggl with
Ricky, Lee and Dannie of Fort
Davis, Mrs. Herschell Dempsey
with Pat, Buddy and David, Mr.
and Mrs. Carmine Armaratl with
Frankie and Joan, Mrs. Joseph
Carrlgan with Irene and Collln of
Balboa, Mrs. Sherman Brooks
with Shermlne and Frankie, Dr.
and Mrs. O. R. Ruiz with Marciel,
Mrs. Frank Hall, Mary Jane
Cairns, Barbara and Margaret
O'Neil of Cristobal, Sgt. and Mrs.
James Lowe with Lupe of Diablo
Heights, Sgt. and Mrs. Edward
Langley of Pedro Miguel, Mickey
and Mike Bulger, Mike Honey-
well, Mrs. A. Carmier with IVvld,
Paul, Norlne and Marion of Fort
Clayton, Mrs. Charles Chase with
Charlas, Freddie and Elizabeth
of Cristobal.
Morning Guild
Meets Tomorrow
The Morning Guild of St. Luke's
Cathedral will meet with Mrs.
Roger Howe at her home, 0832
Plank Street, Balboa, tomorrow
at 9 a.m. All women of the Cathe-
dral Parish are Invited to be pre-
sent.
! JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
ASBESTOS FIND NEAR AL-CAN
DAWSON CREEK, B. C In-
creasing activity has been made
in the McDame Creek, B. C, area,
60 miles west of the Alaska high-
way on development of an asbes-
to find. Company sources report-
ed that samples nave been va-
lued as high as $12.50 a ton.
TOWLE
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Geerge Withers Leaving
for Washington
George K. Withers, Jr., son of
Colonel and Mrs. George K. With-
ers of Balboa Heights, is sailing
tomorrow on the 88 Panama to
attend the summer session of
Scully Preparatory School in
Washington, D.C.
Mr. Van Wagner Married
in Ohio
The following account of the
VanWagner-Owens wedding ap-
peared May 1 In the "VanWert
Times Bulletin" of VanWert,
Ohio:
"The First Presbyterian Church
was the scene Friday afternoon
of the wedding of Miss Jacqueline
Owens, who became the bride of
Mr. Robert Mlnot Van Wagner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van
Wagner, of Balboa, Canal Zone.
The bride is the youngest daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ford G. Ow-
ens, of North Trurket Street.
"The Rev. Charles T. Martz.
Church Pastor, read the double
rln "White gladioli intermingled
with huckleberry leaves, and
white candles and candelabra
were used for the Chancel decor-
ations. The pews were marked
with white satin ribbons and
hvUeberry leaves.
"Preceding the ceremony. Mrs.
Helen Clark and Mrs. William
Schreck presented the muslcale.
Mrs. CIp A. organist, played'Be-
cause.' 'P. Phi Song.' 'Laura' and
the traditional marches. Mrs.
Schreck's vocal numbers were
Through The Years' and 'I Love
Thee.' and during the exchange
of vows, she sang 'The Lord's
Prayer.'
"The bride's father gave her in
marriage. Her wedding gown of
Imported Chantllly lace was
styled with a fitted bodice, a V
shaped waistline highlighted by a
Victorian collar, edged in nylon
net; and epaulettes over the
shoulders. The sleeves were long
fitted and ended in points over
the hands. The long bouffant
skirt was of lace over net. with a
double net ruffle near the r,,n-
line. Her finger tip length veil of
illusion fell from a mat/hlna lace
half bonnet. Her bouquet was of
white gladioli surrounded by 11-
lles-of-the-valley.
"Serving as maid of honor was
her sister. Miss Dorcas Owens, of '
Columbus. She wore a gown of j
Spring green net and margot
lace. The fitted lace bodice was
topped by a net cape edged in
lace: and the full net skirt was
floor length. She wore a match-
ing net half bonnet to complete
her costume.
"Philip Orth, of Gary, Indiana,
a Fraternity brother of the bride-
groom, served as best man. Ush-
ering guests were Richard Kat-
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Whom would you rather have
for a partner a good bidder
whose play Is poor or a poor bid-
der whose play la good? Bridge
experts debate this question, and
they usually prefer the good bid-
der. My own opinion Is best
shown by means of a hand from
a recent team match. The de-
clarer at one table was a good
bidder, while the declarer at the
Other'table was a good player.
In the first room, the good bid-
der reached the excellent con-
tract of six spades as shown In
the diagram. West opened the
queen of diamonds, and dummy
won with the king. Now Mr.
Good Bidder led a low spade
from dummy. East played low,
and declarer won with the king
of spades in his own hand.
When West faUed to follow
suit, Mr. Good Bidder came to
the sickening realization that he
could not make his contract. East
was bound to make/two trump
tricks. East would save the ace
to kill dummy's jack, after which
either his ten or his nine would
make a second trump trick.
It Is easy to see that correct
play would prevent East from
winning two trump tricks. After
winning the first trick with the
king of diamonds, declarer should
lead the jack of spades from the
dummy.
There is no problem unless one
of the opponents has all of the
missing trumps. If West has all
four trumps, he cannot be pre-
vented from winning two tricks.
If East has all four trumps, it is
Imperative to lead the jack of
spades from dummy at trick two.
When the jack of spades Is led.
East wins with his ace. Regard-
less of the return, dummy wins
and leads a trump. East can play
the nine, but South wins with
the queen and re-enters dummy
In spades.
This line of play was adopted
by Mr. Good Player at the second
table. He therefore succeeded in
making twelve tricks.
Remember, however, that we
have already warned you that
Mr. Good Player does not bid ve-
ry well. He was in a contract of
seven spades.
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takes your choice.
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To Arms! The British Are Coming!"
MAN THOT TOWN
The Prince Alxnder Hohenlohe court action versus his
OX-wlfe (now Mrs. Morton Downey) wiUJet rough. She will
cross-examine on his war "deferment". The socialSteven Van
ennsselaers (Miami 8cheppart> ara news again after only two
months...Dennis Ring's ton (John Michael King) and Loulae
Cordier, model, middle-able next month. He's in the "Courtln
Tim*" chorus. ..Ensign Wra. Haggard II weds the dghtr of De-
fectivo Jamos Canavan (of Dlst, Atty. Hogan's office) at the
Waldorf Jobo tSrd.. The Edward (director) Dmytryks of H"Wood
are Tt Way.. .San Francisco stool heiress Marion McLaughlin Is
koine en** by x-hubby H. Gabor (of CharlottesviUe, Va.) for
"illegal" molting. She's now Mrs. Howard Seymour of here...
V. Cootollo's partner (Phil Kastel of Nawleans) Is on the mend
after complicated orb op. Lost one Gen. Clre ChennauU
k dickering to buy Cootollo's Sands Point mansion Clark Gobio
(thoo with wlmmln) plans a year long world cruise .Dru Mallory
and Joe Link arc Capdlddllng. #
Tho Damon Bunyon Fund-MUton Berle round-the-clock toevy
how (from Saturday, June 9, noon to Sunday. June, 10 ditto!
need, trained telephone operators to handle the 90 Phones-:-
Phono Traffic Union and Telephone Operators-Union. Local 1005
OUtW). have volunteered...We need at least 700 operators to al-
ternate over the 24-hour grind...Contact (by letter only, ptouet
Runyon Fund office, Hotel Astor, B'way and 45 8t.; then consider
yourselves embraced.
Tho Washington Wire: LafoUette Is said to be making things
dif flcalt backstage with his attacks on Elisabeth Bentley and other
ex-Reds, offering evidence on Commies to solons in Exec. Session
.....They say the Bepubs are tracking down other White House
deals, via a special crew of sleuths.. Angler Riddle pake the next
Ambassador to BrasllT...8tu Symington's set wl botona the '52
Demmy tteket is ehierd by Ike. ..Tho David Nlles bow-out (from
the White Rouse) Is the first In a swrlw ef "I hereby resign
memos to Truman's desk. Some Pentagonlffs are plotting another
attack on Defense Dept. exec. Anna Rosenberg because she re-
fuses to play politics with Top Brass.. .A Now York critic will bO(
subpena'd by the crime probers to explain left-wing group links.
The Overseas tteker: Intimated say playwright Tennessee
Williams' big reason for his Yurropeal Jaunt Is an Italian countess
Music oracle Deems Taylor and his estranged bride are work-
ing out a reconciliation In France aided by Springtime In Paris
.?That hotel landlord we Itemed about the_other day (entering
orgies, starring his wife) lammed It to Paris, where such things
don't raise eyebrows...Intelligence experts know that more tnan
six crack Soviet paratroop divisions are alerted near the Korean
border...One of the Duchess' playmates spent so much coin
(trying to keep up with new sapsiety pals) he may not be able to
pay his income tax.;.Ma]. Gen. Kurt Meyer, notorious Nazi
(found guilty of murdering war prisoners). wUl soon be freed from
a, Canadian pen...memo from Fulton. (Reader's Digest) Oursler:
"I found that In South Africa you are discussed as everywhere.
Rome o your antl-Fasclst messages certainly could be helpful In
that, racial-hatred-ridden country."
Jy Victor Riesel
WASHINGTON John h.
Lewis, healthy and rested after
a short spin through the South,
talked to a small group In hta
headquarters here the other
morning and the conversation
reminded me of a speech ne
made to another audience bacx
in 1947. ..-
W* wt* the guests o/ tto
San Francisco Press Club
at one of their /moat
Black Cat," off-the-record
sessions. At the tablewUh
me were the Screeri Actor*
Ouild leaders, Walter Pld-
aeon and Edward Arnold,
who, with other delegate* to
the ATI convention, nnenea
raptly to one of Lewis' most
mafter/ul speeches.
Finally, I whispered to Ar-
nold: "Why don't y P** "
role of Lewis In a blographlca
mThe? portly star pointed to
Dave Dublnsky. the needle
trades leader, at another table
and whispered back:
"Get Dave to make me some
eyebrows first." 1mHi,-iv
On the way out, I Jwopfiy
suggested this to Dave and he
retortod that Lewis' eyebrows
came In the category of mens
wear and that was CIO Juris-
diction. ...
Eddie Arnold gave out with
his famous movie laugh ana
^ItT^Just as well No man
could play Lewis. No man could
write Unes for him.'
And. In Washington, the
morning of May 23, almost tour
years later, Lewis, at 71. was
still-getting, off some of the yl-
observatlons Inside labor.
qke WASHIHGTOifl
MERRY-GO-RNDJ
ly DRIW PIAtSON
1/RtOS
Since there were no afMe-
cord restrictions, some of Ms
listeners repeated his com-
P Stated around Lewis that
morning was a group wearing
ear phones attached to a small,
portable, simultaneous transla-
tor, such as those "?* ,at "N
sessions. In the semi-circle, fac-
ing the big man with the now
thoroughly gray mane ** J
Germans, seven of whom were
Reich coal Industry manage-
ment men and three of whom
were from the German coal
diggers' union.
That group, a* much a
any other in this world, re-
flected global forces. For
they represented the newest
world labor phenomenon.
They spoke for the joint
labor-management director-
ship *>/ the coal Industry
there, and they asked Lewis
what he thought of this re-
From the May lth N. Y. Time, report by Benjamin Fine on
Army morale: "At three camps tho men believe^they are ttyftr-
gotten men' of America. 'Did you hear what Walter WlneheU
>M about as on the radio?' I was asked at each place. He seta: . jcnai ne .rtuuym w ""t;
M3& to the boy. In Korea. But sav a pray.rter th* My, volutUmary ** J
at Cam Ptoaet (Va.)'.. .In Maryland WW was supposed to have makes the union a full part-
aid to pray for those at Fort Meade and the same at Camp At-
torbury, Indiana."
Mr. Fin* apparently didn't look up our scripts or query ABC
network, etc...This dumb legend datos back to World War II
The Army (and other govt. depts.) posted "*" and *******
everywhere saying we never said It .Nearest thing to K was a
b'cast (In l4t) In which we revealed that the Navys tier as
(NYC) was a hell-hole, etc Which it was.
Gertie Lawrence Is teaching finger painting to wounded vets
In hosps She Is tops at this art...Preston Sturges' ex-leadlng
lady Frances Ramsden Is In town from Movlevllle. He's a toevy
exec...Jane Froman will get an Honorary Dr.'s degree from Cin-
cinnati Con. of Music June 7. First given by that group to a
nop tunes...Lloyd Walker, Harvard Law student, commutes
weekends to court Mary O'Eallon. "Courtln' Time''canary. ..Joe
S Lewis got his first full-week's salary at Werthelmer's Reno
amtai-night club spot. Wouldn't even let him root at trie wheels
and dice tables. It's about time...John Crane, the fireman fired
in the scandal, Is being quietly Tehlred on a consultant basis to
handle the Firemen Ass'n's political lobbying.
Investigators have discovered the Communists are deliberate-
ly spreading rumors that Innocent actors and celebs are Reds. To
enfuse probers and make them look sappy, etc. Insiders wonder
why a weD known movie actress hasn't been subpenaed by the
House Comm. on Un-American Activities. Larry Parks (at a closed
hearing) told them ahe Introduced him into the Party, etc.. .The
anti-Red Cong, group may sidetrack (temporarily) the entertain-
ment field to air some astonishment documents out of the trunks
f MaeArthar's G-2 officers.. .Don't forget the $15,oee Bnlck prise
4U,tW towards the tax) In the Bunyon Fund contest for Best
Safety Slowgan. Please enclose $1 to fight cancer. Contest ends
Doc. is, 51 midnight. ___________
To the V. 8. Senate: We warned long ago that Russia was
belnc supplied thru Holland and Switzerland, too...Isnt it also
true there are over 300 Marshall Plan German millionaires In
West Germany alone?...An ex-champ, still a top ring star. Is a
chump for aharpsters. His gin rummy losses make his big purses
took like peanuts...Oops!...Arlene Francis played all perls In
"little Blue Light," except Thurzdees. It was Burgess Meredith
who left the cast after a few nights...Churchill's campaign plat-
form will be unique In British history. He'll argue he oughta be
Prime Minister "because the Americans trust me more than any
other EnslUhman."
TMW it row WtUM tmi maphs own column
THE MAIJ. BOX
Tee Mel Boa h of HmmH, merfsn at The **"*;*.
.ortat* rueOnd V*M>* sod oo beadles lo o waor eoHderlel
mmmH'1em o*rfteo loWot deal .'>*".'
mee to letter* ffow foadon.
ner in management of the
mines. In other words, the
union is SO per cent boss of
the industry in which it
works. And Lewis' reply, it
seems to me, makes labor
history, for it reflects- ail
American labor leaders,
some of the very men who
hate him:
"All through the years there
has been no reason why we
couldnt have gone Into the coal
business," Lewis said gently.
Shut Up
By BOB RUARK
WHO IS HB?
Gamboa, C. Z.
Editor-
Your World-Wide column in
this Sunday's Supplement really
nude sense. How did It get into
your comic -opera sheet? The
writer deserves a bettor future
than that of a trained seal for a
misnamed free press.
(Tho writer's name is Recce
Smith. Re Is one and the same
who has been banging out our
"WorM-Wlde" fat between cable
aterios and glasses of cervesa
these past and many Satur-
day afternoons. We thought be
made sense before, too, but
then maybe this comic opera
sheet doesn't hit Gamboa every
week. By the way. Mr. Smith
has been thinking about his
future. He is seriously consider-
ing taking up residence in
Gamboa. There he will ne long-
er be a trained seal and will
qualify for the Intelligentsia.
And he may even graduate to
the league of letter writers. Our
scandal sheet sells for ten cento
on Sundays. Thanks for yen?
contribution... MAIL BOX ED.)
*I can call up on the tele-
phone and take over 50 coal
mines by offering to lease them
and pay them a royalty for the
use of their coal and go ahead
and run the mines. Sure we can
mine' coal a damn sight better
than a lot of people now try-
ing it, but we wouldn't be a
labor unon when we were do-
ing It.
"We'd be another competitive
commercial enterprise and the
policies of the United Mine
Workers of America would have
to be modified to suit the re-
quirements of their financial
obligations.
"Now in Germany you do the
things you want to do..
As far as the UMW Is con-
cerned, we don't want the res-
ponsibility of management.
"We want the people who put
their money into It to worry
about the problems of man-
agement and we can help them
to decide, at times, on matters
of policy and principle, without
being burdened with the respon-
sibility of their detailed man-
agement problem.
"We hold that if you
. change the form or concept
of labor unions so that they
become either owners or
managers of our commercial
enterprises, we'll no longer
be a union and we would be
without the mobility, free-
dom, and strength to en-
force these economic pres-
sures..
"If one of our young men was
to go out and become a co-
manager of the Pittsburgh Con-
jolidatlon Coal Co. (while still
a union official) and he applied
himself constantly to the prob-
lems of that company, his hori-
zon of consideration would be
limited by the requirements of
that company and Its property
and production practices, and he
would come In here and tell me
that I ought to go easy on the
Pittsburgh Con. Co. because
they had some problems that
they hadn't yet been able to
solve. We can't be burdened...
We must be free...."
Now, 11. the old Shakespear-
ean would really tame himself,
he could really lead American
labor.
(Copyright 1951, Post-Sail
Syndicate, IncJ
NEW YORK. An Intemperate fellow I know
was watching the televised efforts of the New
York Yankees the other day, and he turned from
the receiver with a snarl. __ .
"Listen to that announcer," he irrowled. Yak.
yak. yak. Laughing at his own Jokes. Making
funnies. Explaining things you can already me.
The batter steps out of the box. he says. Hell s
horns. I'm not blind. I can see the batter step
out of the box. The trouble with everybody to-
day Is that we talk too much. Nothing but yak.
yak, yak, from Washington to baseball.
There Is a slight chance that this gentleman
may be'a little over-strident In his condemna-
tion of our national bent toward the blabber-
mouth, but he is not too far away from a truth.
We surround ourselves with noise, whether It be
wind from Capitol Hill or from the little four-
eyed scientists with the new dish of disaster to
set before theilng. .. ..
An atomic scientist has told me the big
blabbermouth that Klaus Fuchs, the atom
:8qf. delivered ,every last lot of advanced nu-
clear knowledge to the Russians before they
caught him and shut him away. In our quest
for a free science we have pinpointed In or-
dinary, purchasable publications enough gratis
information on strengths and weaknesses to
make an espionage system nearly needless to
the Russians. .... ...
Every time some large brain peers Into a test
tube and comes out with a new way to strip
the globe of atmosphere or turn the sun into a
torch quick, fast, hurry and tell everyone
about the marvels of the new toy. ,..
Blabbermoutherv has become our Internation-
al weakness. I hate to estimate how much aid,
comfort and concrete Information has .been de-
livered to the Soviets In the recent dlrtv-llnen
debauch from Washington over the MacArthur-
Truman flaht. and In the former endless series
of gratis Information that buck Congressmen
and apprentice generals have spouted In order
to prove personal or political points.
Domestically, we have blabbermouthed our
way to the seml-rulnatlon of relations between
man and woman, with the simplest actions and
mannerisms being second-guessed at the top of
everybody's lungs. Everything from child rais-
ing to nail-cleaning has been loudly declaimed
with aii ulterior motive. We arc known as a
nation of braggarts abroad, and with some rea-
son
I do not espouse the control of either speech
or freedom of the press, radio, or any other
method of communications. I merely suggest
a little more self-imposed restraint In the pop-
ping off of everybody, especially me.
And I do advocate more rigid control from
our elected chieftains of the cheapness of their
own utteranoes and the utterances of their un-
derling not so that the people will not know,
but so the people won't get hurt. A wise old
man was saving the other dav that "if we ain t
rendy. there isn't anv sense in bragirmg about
it"
But brag we have, and strut we have, and
adverts? our. weaknesses we have, while the
opposition plays it tight to the vest. We squab-
ble about gnats and ignore the buzzards, and
holler and beat our breasts and declaim mat
God is on our side and advertise our tricks and
generally bore the. bejabbers out of everybody
with our verbosltv except the cutes who can
sit down and add up some of our loud claims
to valuable information for their side.
We are drowning a nation In a flood of words,
words, words, and us typewriter Jockeys are as
Kulltv as anvbodv else. Less words, he says
while writing more, and wishing that the spirit
of Calvin Collldge would briefly enter the bodies
of a great many people. .!.- #,
Yak, yak. yak. And that still goes double for
the baaebal' broadcasters.
Drew Pearson says: Zoo director Mann conducts circus
tour; GOP didn't know about elephants; Circus teas,
work provides lesson for politicians.
WASHINGTON.Dr. William Mann, Director of the Washing-
ton Zoo, can no more stay away from the circus than Harry
Truman can stay out of politics; and the other day Doc conduct*
ed Sen. Tom Hennlngs, our wives, and me through the 67th an-
niversary performance of the greatest show on earth.
Senator Hennlngs comes from Missourithe opposite end or
the State from the Pendergast boysbut a State where, from
any angle, they have to be shown, and Doc Mann was determined
to show him.
Doc Mann la also an officer of the Circus Fans of America
which celebrated Its 25th anniversary last weekend, and since
Sen. Matt Neely of West Virginia, one of the original charter
members, couldn't be there, Senator Hennlngs came Instead, and
was Introduced to that perambulating pantomimic prankster, Otto
Orlebllng, who Is also a St. Louis boy, called on the wire-walk-
ing wonder, Hubert Steel, where he sat nonchalantly mending
a Tumping hoop In his dressing room; and said hello to the en-
chanting, ethereal Pinito Del Oro Just before she "rode tlptoa
on a moonbeam."
Fascinating as these people were, however. Doc Mann couldnt
stay away from the animals: and I couldn't stay away from the
newfangled gadgets that make putting up the big top a lot
easier than when I wrestled with canvas many years ago.
On the animal side, there was Martha Hunter with her two
baby gorillas, Tdto and Gargantua n. '
"e little boy Is only two years old and already stronger
than one of us." explained Miss Hunter, who Is not exactly frail
herself. "I've had the little girl since she weighed ton pounds.
Now she's close to eighty. ...
"They're not dangerousJust like children so far. Only It*
risky to Dick them up. They're not housebroken."
ELEPHANTS AND GOP
Eugene Scott was harnessing up his elephants"144.000
pounds of alert, agile, mountainous masses of brawn and brain
as the circus barker says. The girls who ride them Into the ring
were putting on their lipstick, and I couldn't help remember one
winter at Sarasota, where the circus winters, watching a rehear.
sal of an elephant dance. The chorus girls who danced with
them forgot their steps, whereas the elephants never forgot.
Furthermore, they were never late for rehearsal, never missed;
8 show
There Is one thing about elephants, though, which the Re-
publican Party couldn't have known about when they adopted
that stalwart animal as a symbol. The elephant will not work,
more than six hours a day. /
I have seen them on the tea plantations of Ceylon and in
the lumber yards of Burma, pulling stumps, dragging disc har-
rows, piling lumber, even wrapping a steel chain around tna
lumber before they haul It across the yard to a new pile, ana
pushing their foreheads against the Jutting, uneven ends of th
lumber to even It up. ... ._.
But when the elephant has worked six hours, he quits. Ana
s'iould an unwise keeper work him overtime, the elephant event-
ually "gets" himcatches him In an off-moment and tramples
"An elephant eats 600 pounds of hay a day," explained Pa
Valdo, director, of performances. "So we try to keep him busy-
but not too busy."
SOVIET CIRCUS
One of Valdo's Jobs Is t scout new acts, and in 1M7 he
^^ut^eRu^lans/' he said, "have token all the rt and
verve out of the circus. Every trapeze performer has to weaa
a safety lunge. That's a rope fastened on to your bck-eae
that one on the midget on horseback over Jtere? It keeps him
from falling. But it also takes away all the thrill. However,
they're required by law In Russia." _
Mr. Valdo said that he had tried to hire a troupe of Russian
acrobats who performed on oamels. "(
"A great act," he said, "but the Government would let them
be paid only $200 a month. Imagine that! The balance of their
salary was to be paid direct to the Soviet Government making
a profit of three million rubles on the deal."
LABOR-SAVING CIRCUS
;l remarked to Doc Mann that his animals didn't seein te
cnange much. Gorillas may be larger or smaller. Elephants may
be older or younger. But the methods of operating a circus have
*"*!SnceWd^ tent for ^formers is jmoro.
And while the unsuspecting audience Is ogling at the Perform-
ance, glamorous Veronica Martell, the Irish Juggling marvel;
KatberTne Kramer, the beautiful bareback rider and all the oth-
frs are dressing Just beneath the audience in tfuntaumwR on*
These aluminum dressing-wagons below the grandstend at*
the most radical change in the modern circus. After the Hart-
?rrf rnn fi. when the wooden bleachers went up In flame*
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
TOO LATE AS USUAL
LONDON.-The desperate crisis In the Middle
Esst has entered a new stage In the last days^
For the time being at least, the scheme of an
airborne landing In Southern Persia te [orce
serious negotiation of the Iranian oil Jtapute.
has been abandoned. The result Is a sltuation
rather like th situation that would be produc-
ed If a surgeon put aside all Ideas of amputa-
tion as a treatment for gangrene.
This curious development occurs at ine vj
moment when the British government has^or-
dered its only parachute brigade tei the Mia
die East. Later on perhaps. If events do not
forestall the decision, the Idea of sending troops
to Persia may be revived. .
There are two reasons for Its Present aban-
donment. The first, and probably the most. im
Portant reason, is that the British wvernmant
Itself only faced the gangrenous ootentiauues
of the Iranian crisis a Uttle more than ten
d*Owlng' to earlier defense economies the
R.Tf. Is shockingly short of air ttanopsrt
Indian army troops are no longer vallable to
be rapidly shipped to the scene of danger, as
in 1946. The slender forces now staUoned in
the Middle East cannot be drawn upon for Per-
sia without running the gravest risks elsewhere
such as on Egyptian attempt to seize the am
1st) base at Suez. ., .t,.-.
In short, whan the British policy-makers
finally began to think about "ding troops
Persia, It was already too late. Eight weeks
ago an adequate landing partv ml Jfasuy
have been got ready. Just In case No" the
logistical problems forbid anyth ng but a shoe
string operation, which the British military au-
tlon of a landing in South Persia In a pretty
oblique, nice Nelly manner. Both President Tru-
man and the State Department then opposed
tne operation, except for the purpose of pro-
tecting British lives. -
Staff studies here simultaneously disclosed
that the Job could not be adequately done in
any case, owing to the long previous neglect of
needful pi eparatlons. The British accepted the
American view without argument but no doubt
with the unspoken proviso that any really di-
sastrous-outcome In Persia could be blamed upon
the American attitude.
Hope of avoiding a disastrous outcome now
rests on the attempt which is being made in
Teheren to bring in a new Persian government
An impression has been made by the fact tnat
the present Prime Minister, the national front
leader. Dr. Mohammed Moussadegh. Is quite
plalnlv Irrational. After many weeks of talk-
ing about "negotiation" when negotiation was
only too obviously fruitless, the need for a seri-
ous and authoritative government to negotiate
has also been recognized in London and Wash-
It is only too probable, moreover, that the
most determined attempt to install a more ra-
tional and serious administration at Teheran
will touch off a rising by the Communist Tudeh
oarty. the only hard organization in Persia.
Is also quite possible that the Intervening de-
terloriatlon of the Persian army will permit such
* Anteven rtrongtr Invitation to Tudeh success
Is the expedient now being considered for use
If Dr. Moussadegh manages to cling to office,
and proceeds with his plan of oil expropriation.
you have to see n to uhuismuu v. j- ..-.- - -
spend hours loading wooden chairs at 2 and 3 In the morning, to
appreciate It. It has saved Rlngllng Brothers Just 200 Tin
With wages high and roustabouts unionized, Rlngllngs haya
.oneTinto? labor saving. And with this has disappeared some of
the skill and glamor. The menagerie tent Is no more And the
link-clink of six 14-pound sledge hammers wielded by six mea
ard never missing a stroke, each pushing a stake Into the round,
ta no more That was an operation that took real skill But now
the stokes" haWred Into the ground with an impersonal,
prosaic, unromantlc pile driver, run by a gasoline engine
P The circus has ltVown electric power plant toda* withi four
miles of electric cable. Flood lights Illuminate the entire= round,
as the tent comes down, and the days of gasoline torches kero-
sene lanterns and groping for stakes and marlln spikes In the
mU%h^de0lg^tan%h0tsTe.pent one^ summer toking down
tento-a tent every night except Saturday. My wife says I am stUl
viwnlng from the sleep I lost that summer. And I still dream,
Mmemes of those dismal, rainy nights when the ropes shrank,
ttawSlXs bogged to the mudf the canvas got so waterlogged
it almost broke your back to lift It, and you worked for 80
minutes with the rain oozing down your neck, prying loose only
o^e half-hltoh on on\ guy rope- Thirty minutes to loosen one
kn Howneveh?t ttrfn^0^. & Uke Doc Mann I cant
stay away'horn the circus. Only I don't agree with.him^ that the
animals are more interesting. When you see the center-poles of
?he ble too laid out, the canvas rolled Into place and laced to-
etther the wall-pole* put in place, then the quarter-pole* and
fo on-Uu done ST a few hours-well, it's one of the grfrtogt
S%^denTnave S SS^'ttO'SS^
In these circumstances, since a landing Is now
thorltles sharply and very wisely 0"P8enex"P 'uled out and the British cannot really submit
for the special. non-poUtlcal purpose of pro {'the MosMaegn program, economic sanctions
tectlng British Uves. 0,,,,m. at
The second reason, which Is the attitude or
the American government. Is in a sense Inter-
Inevltablv. the Soclal-
soedal. non-poUtlcal purpose
are contemplated. Specifically. It ! utonned
that the British will assert that the oil is still
legally theirs, and will Intercept any tankers
"Thta will1 of course, cut off the oil revenues
on which the Persian government depends. n
as was pointed out In a previous report, the
Iranian armv will then be the tot u!eref.
And if the only antl-Communlst force to the
country is thus cut off the payroll, the Tudeh
are far more likely to benefit than anyone ese
tn short it Is hard to lmairine how this crisis
any kind of strong measures to Iran was sum- to y ll en hhnd,ed t0 Kive the Tudeh a
clenrly vocal to give the r^ole hero an excuse couw nave^ by ^ Jf we ,t
for forgettln about the whole distasteful busl "W^ atamu roof that orovldence sometimes
"Ti1 "the' bigtonlnV'of' ILTwe^k. Sir Oliver tolerates e n.thejrorot IWly.
Franks was finally Instructed to raise the ques-
mlngled with the first. ........ .
1st government here felt almost physical revui
slon against the project of a Persian landing.
They also felt, perhaps correct v, that they
could not attempt such a project without mi
nlmum assurances of American moral SU0P".
The issue was never thrashed out between
London and Washington at the beginning or
the Iranian crisis. But American oopositionjo
(Copyright. PMt, by The Bell Syndicate. Ine.)
tolerates even ine worst iwi.
(Copyright. 1951. New Tork Herald Tribune Inc.)
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THURSDAY, MAY Si, 1M1
It! HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLLYWOOD. (NEA). Ex-
clusively Yours: Alan Ladd gets
his cWeted TV rights In that big
deal'-vith Warner Bros. Return-
lng'-to' the Warner lot gives Alan
tht-Utick of his Ufe. He smiles, "I
helped build the place."
Ht-dld. literally. He was a la-
bored there In 1936 and worked
on->-a construction gang that
erectort a sound stage.
~C"-**r
Th* stork Is now expected at
the Lucille Ball-Desl Arnaz
maas on July 4. Lucille still
doesn't know whether It will be
a twin package. .. Discount the
reports that Ginger Rogers and
Steve Cochran had a reunion in
Manhattan. Steve, just back Irom
Mexico Ctty, never reached New
York. . Gary Grant and Betsy
Drake will resume their NBC
show next fall, taping it on the
run.

It's going to take his movie
earnings for the next few years
to pay off Scott Brady's ransom
from his Eagle-Lion contract.
Scott turned down a Paramount
contract to make the" money
faster as a free-lance star.

Joan Leslie, who's making a
"comeback'' at the age of 26
she's Seen off the screen for 13
monthshopes to surprise a lot
of people with her emoting op-
posite Randy 8cott In Columbia's
"Man In the Saddle.",
She says: "There are two girl
roles In the film and I'm the one
you don't expect me to be."

Now that the stampede has
started to put TV shows on movie
film. New York Is plotting to by-
fiass Hollywood and keep cellu-
oid-Tnaking in the east. That's
the word Irom Stu Erwln, who
told me:
"They're converting New York
warehouses and garages Into mi-
niature movie studios. They may
not know movie techniques, but
they're hiring veteran movie peo-
ple to teach em."
Erwln and his wife, June Coll-
yer, still hop to Hollywood, how-
ever,- for their video series,
"TWtoble With Father," which
Hal-Roach, Jr., Is filming. They
turn out thre half-hour shows a
week, averaging 45 camera setups
a day- compared to the major
stifd1o>-average of seven.
. Ciunmings Is passing
the Word around that he's in the
maaket for a good song-and-
dance yarn. .. Marge Edington
insists her reminiscing about
former son-in-law Errol Flynn is
being confined to magazine ar-
ticles, not a book.
.* *
Most of the Hollywood crowd
failed to recognize Margaret
O'Brien at the recent Ice show.
Looked as grown-up as Liz Tay-
lor In a not-too-demure even-
ing dress.

Peter Lawford's dad. Sir Sid-
ney Lawford, Is out of the semi-
coma suffered when he took a
fall. Medics are worried about
internal injury.

Roberto Rosselllnl finally scrap-
ed together the coin to finish a
movie started with ex-Miss
America Marilyn Bueford long
before he met Ingrid Bergman.
But the 72-year-old fisherman
who had played the lead with
Marilyn had passed away in the
Interval and Rosselllnl had to
junk the 35-mlnutes of footage.
. . UI will launch starlet Susan
Cabot with a big sexy fanfare as
the star of "Pantag." The studio's
new Yvonne de Carlo?
There's a feud popping between
Marl Blanchard and Jody Law-
rence in Burt Lancaster's "Ten
Jail Men." Scene switches start-
ed the fireworks.
Shed a tear for Oene Tlerney
a movie queen who^d like to
sweep like Gloria Swanson and
Pola Negrl. She's right up there
in the dressed-to-the-molars de-
partment, but she's a dud at
making spectacular entrances.
Walled Gene on the "As Time
Goes By" set:
"I'd trip and fall. It Isn't in
me."
Once, slant-eyed Gene con-
fessed, she. went out and bought
herself a long chiffon hand-
kerchief and tried to wave it
around casually in the Marlene
Dietrich manner. "Everybody was
looking at me," she shuddered.
"And no wonder. I'd waved that
handkerchief right into my
soup."

Short Takes: It may be Kath-
arine Hepburn opposite Burt
Lancaster in "Sealpel." . UI
wants John Wayne for Rex
Beach's Alaska epic, "The World
In His Arms." . Mae Murray
didn't show up for a Hollywood
salute to "old timers." She
doesn't want to be labeled old.
. . Jean Peters will be the gal
opposite Marlon Brando In "Viva
Zapata."
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I. J. Segal Co., Boston locksmiths.
Beloved Fanny Brice
(Burlesque, Follies.
Baby Snooks) Dies
HOLLYWOOD. May 31 (UP)
Fanny Brice, beloved comedienne
of sho wbuslness, died Tuesday
of a cerebral hemorrhage, Just a
few months before she planned
to retire because she was "tired
of fighting to stay on top." She
was 59.
The "baby snooks" of radio
fame collapsed at her Beverly
Hills home last Thursday morn-
ing. Dr. Myron Prinzmetal plac-
ed her unde*r an oxygen tent, but
she failed to rally.
Miss Brlce's death saddened
millions of fans around the
world who followed her sparkling
career from its hey-dey as a Zieg-
feld Follies queen to her last role
as the terrible tot called
"Snooks."
He/ lisping cry oi "Oh, Da-a-
addy" became a household word
among the younger generation.
But old-time fans remember
Fanny Brice for her throaty
singing of "Oh, My Man, I Love
Him So..." in the Zlegfold Fol-
lies in the '20s.
Miss Brice was an exciting part
of the entertainment world since
she was 12 years old, when she
walked on the stage of a Brook-
lyn theater at an amateur night
and warbled: "You Know You're
Not Forgotten by the Girl You
Can't Forget."
A few years later showman Flo
Zlegfeld caught her singing In a
burlesque house and signed -her
for the Follies at $70 a week.
From there she sang and gag-
ged her way to the top as one of
the world's highest-paid enter-
tainers, holding her own with
stars such as Will Rogers, Eddie
Cantor and W. C. Fields.
In 1927 the husky-voiced come-
dienne crashed the movies In
"My Man," based on the song she
made famous,. Later she appeared
in "Be Yourself" and "The Great
Zlegfeld," playing herself both
times.
Her love life was turbulent. Her
first husband was Frank White, a
Springfield. Mass., barber.
After an annulment she was
married to Nicky Arnstein. New
York gambler in 1918 and stood
by him while he served a prison
term for stealing liberty bonds.
It was then that her torchy
rendition of "My Man" swept the
country. Later, she divorced him.
In 1930 she married Billy Rose,
but that marriage lasted only
eight years.
In the past few years Miss
Brice lived quietly.
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gas Hospital.
ZAPATEIRO, Mr. and Mrs. Ga-
briel of Panama, a daughter, May
27, at Gorgas Hospital.
CATE. Lt. and Mrs. Charles of
Far Fan, a son, May 27, at Gor-
gas Hospital.
SMALL, Mr. and Mrs. John of
Gamboa, a son, May 28 ,at Gor-
gas Hospital.
DEATHS
JAR VIS, Joseph, 18. of Gamboa,
May 27, at Gorgas Hospital.
GUIBERT, George P. 81, of U.
S, May 28, at Gorgas Hospital.
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PANAMA R. P-, JUEVES, MAYO 31, 1951
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
"Es imprescindible la cooperacin entre
todos los rganos del Poder Pblico"
"Una severa crisis econmica,
fiscal y poltica aprisionan
al pas" dice el Presidente
Ante la Asamblea Nacional el Jefe del rgano
Ejecutivo ley su Mensaje
El Excelentsimo Seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica, don Al-
clbades Arosemena, concurri
a la Asamblea acompaado de
su Gabinete y ley el siguiente
Mensaje Presidencial:
HONORABLES DIPUTADOS:
Difanos son los motivos que
me han trado a leer personal-
mente este mensaje.
Es la primera vez que duran-
te mi mandato os toca reunir-
se para el ejercicio de vuestra
funcin legislativa y me ha pa-
recido necesaria mi presencia
ante vosotros. Quiero subrayar
asi la importancia de la tarea
a la que habis sido llamados
en estos momentos singular-
mente graves en la historia de
nuestra Repblica. Me ha co-
rrespondido asumir la direc-
cin del gobierno cuando apri-
sionan al pais las complicacio-
nes de una severa crisis econ-
mica, fiscal y poltica. La na-
cin demanda soluciones ade-
cuadas para una multitud de
problemas apremiantes. Des-
pus de serena meditacin, el
rgano Ejecutivo vino a con-
cluir que precisa obtener de vo-
sotros los poderes legales que,
con fundamento en la Constitu-
cin, se requieren para adelan-
tar la accin administrativa que
el pueblo reclama y espera.
Quiero significaros tambin
mi convencimiento de que la
cooperacin entre los rganos
del poder pblico es imprescin-
dible para que se alcancen los
fines de proteccin social y
servicio publico que Justifican
su existencia. Constituye, pues,
firme proposito mo el hacer
que la funcin colegisladora del
rgano Ejecutivo se cumpla a
cabalidad y en ambiente de
sincero entendimiento con el
Legislativo.
Es mi deber ofreceros la se-
guridad de que al ejercitar las
facultades que os solicito, el
Ejecutivo proceder con cuida-
dosa reflexin y guiado por un
objetivo nico: realizar las as-
piraciones de mejoramiento que
mancomunan a todos los pana-
meos.
Slo me resta dejar testlmo-
(Pasa a la Pgina 4, col. O
El Dr. Eduardo Ritter A. invita
a los Comandantes a renunciar
Los comunistas establecen
una nueva lnea de defensa
para "hacer frente o morir"
Todo parece indicar que los aliados estn encon-
trando violenta resistencia
En Westminster se
enterrarn restos
de Ernest Bevin
LONDRES, Mayo 31 (UP)
Los restos del finado Miniotro
de Relacionas Exteriores, Eriicst
Bevin, sern enterrados en la
Abada de Westminster, Ir,-ar
en donde se hallan las sepultu-
ras de los grandes estadas
britnicos.
Ei Primer Ministro, Clement
Attlee, al anunciarlo en la C-
mara de los Comunes, dijo que
el sepelio tendr lugar en una
sencilla ceremonia el 8 de lu-
Mo, a la cual asistirn solamen-
te la familia del finado y une-
cuantos amigos-
COMUNICADO
DEL GABINETE
Aunque no se nos ha en-
viado copla del comunicado que
expidi ayer el Gabinete, lo pu-
blicamos a continuacin, to-
mndolo de las columnas del
estimado colega de la maana.
Dice as:
"El pais ha presenciado en
los ltimos dias, el desarrollo
de una violenta campaa pe-
riodstica en la cual pugnan in-
tereses que no pueden califi-
carse, de nacionales o patri-
ticos. Concentrado el pensa-
miento y las energas del go-
bierno en la bsqueda de me-
dios adecuados para solucionar
la crisis presente, haba perma-
necido silencioso frente a la en-
conada lucha. El reajuste del
presupuesto oficial; el arreglo
de la deuda interna; el aba-
ratamiento del costo de la vi-
da; la realizacin de obras p-
blicas para asegurar trabajo
a los obreros; la habilitacin
de las instituciones de crdi-
to y fomento econmico;j4B
pulso a los estudios para el al-
cantarillado de las afueras de
Panam, son algunos de los a-
suntos capitales que embargan
nuestra atencin.
"Esta labor no puede desarro-
llarse sino en un ambiente de
paz mental que haga posible la
i Pasa i* Par Coi 7i
TOKIO, Mayo 31 (UP)Los
comunistas establecieron una
nueva lnea de defensa para
"hacer frente o morir" entre
seis y doce millas al norte del
Paralelo 38 en Corea y han lo-
grado detener el avance de las
fuerzas de las Naciones unidas.
La lucha se extendi en loa
sectores claves del frente mien-
tras los rojos contra-atacaban
Guillermo Rodrguez
desiste del Habeas
Corpus presentado
Un funcionario de la Secrete-
en un esfuerzo desesperado pa- fla,de,la Cor.te Sfup"mf*eQ JJ3
ra mantener al Octavo Ejrcito *"=!* inform esta maana que
Ejrcito
alejado de su "tringulo de
hierro" con bases en Chorwon,
Kumhwa y Pyonggang.
Las fuerzas chinas en el fren-
te occidental obligaron a las
unidades norte-americanas re-
troceder mil yardas en un con-
tra-ataque anoche en el cami-
no Chorwon-Sel, pero los nor-,
te-americanos lograron recupe-
rar sus posiciones en un ataque
.- .-, Pi, k fai j,
De una pualada en el cuello
fue ultimado en la madrugada
un hombre en una cantia
El hecho ocurri despus de una disputa en la cual
se encontraba una mujer
COLON, mayo 31. (AM). rigindose a Warner le dijo que
las 4:30 de la madrugada del qu era lo que quera hacer
el representante legal del Secr
Guillermo Rodrguez, haba de-
falstldo del recurso de Habeas
Corpus interpuesto en favor de
su defendido y que fu repar-
tido ayer al Magistrado Pufclio
A. Vsquez.
El Seor Rodrguez se en-
cuentra detenido en la Crcel
Modelo de esta ciudad por ra-
zones de orden politico y est
sujeto a uiia investigacin qi:e
adelanta el Fiscal Segundo t
Primer Distrito Judicial, Lie.
Carlos A. Lpez.
A
dia de hoy, falleci a conse-
cuencia de una pualada re-
cibida en el cuello durante un
altercado en la cantina "Har-
lem" de esta ciudad, el seor
Ruper Warner.
Segn declaraciones, Warner
lleg a la cantina mencionada
en compaa de Louise Wi-
lliams. Despus de pedir unas
cervezas, Warner le pidi a su
acompaante que pusiera un
disco en el tocadiscos de ese
lugar. Al dirigirse sta a ha-
cer lo pedido, fue llamada por
el cantinero, quien le comuni-
c que un seor que estaba en
la esquina del mostrador que-
ra hablar con ella, a lo cual
sta se neg, alegando que no
conoca al seor que le seala-
ba el cantinero.
Kenneth Reefer. quien acom-
Eaaba al seor que deseaba
ablar con la Williams, fu a
reclamarle a sta porque se ne-
gaba a acceder y le dio un
empujn, al cual sta contes-
t con otro. Los damas clien-
tes de la cantina los separa-
ron despus de haber lnterve-
Inldo Warner en defensa de su
I compaera.
Minutos despus Keefer y su
compaero abandonaron el bar.
Algn tiempo despus Warner
y Louise hicieron lo mismo, pe-
ro al salir se encontraron con
I Keefer, quien los detuvo jr dl-
y acto seguido le dio una trom-
pada en la cara y lo amena-
z con un pual que saco del
cinturn. Warner le dijo que
se dejara de eso, que l no
quera peleas, porque l haba
matado a un hombre hacia va-
rios aos y no quera ms los
con la ley. Despus de esto.
Reefer se dirigi nuevamente
hacia la cantina Harlem y
Warner despus de seguir su
camino, parece que cambi de
idea y agarrando una botella
vaca de soda se dirigi corrien-
do hacia la misma cantina,
mientras Louise corra tras l
llamndole. ,
v Hasta donde hemos sido In-
formados, al llegar Warner a la
cantina se fu a los golpes con
Reefer, quien result herido en
la cabeza y un brazo, mientras
que Warner quedaba tendido
en el suelo de la cantina entre
un charco de sangre que ema-
naba de una herida que tenia
en el cuello.
Reefer despus de herir a
Warner sall de la cantina y
dej el pual en un lugar des-
tinado a los tinacos d basura
en la acera de enfrente y re-
gres al lugar de los hechos,
donde fue detenido por un a-
gente de Polica y conducido
al Hospital Amador Guerrero.
donde se encuentra en capa-
cidad de detenido.
"Esta sera una oportunidad de
resolver una vez por todas un
problema que preocupa al Pas"
Dice as en la renuncia que present de su cargo
como Secretario Privado
El Dr. Eduardo Ritter Aislan present al Presidente de la
Repblica, Don Alcibiades Arosemena, renuncia de su cargo
como Secretario Privado del Presidente de la Repblica, como
consecuencia de su vibrante carta de ayer en la cual se rea-
firmaba en su posicin civilista.
He aqu el texto de la renuncia del Dr. Ritter Aislan:
30 de Moyo de 7951
Excelentsimo Seor
don Alcibiades Arosemena,
Presidente de la Repblica.
Ciudad. I .
Excelentsimo Seor:
Mi continuacin en el cargo con que usted me
formuladas por mi en car-
E ta abierta al periodista
? Mario Augusto Rodrguez.
| Considero, por lo tanto,
| como un imperativo de de-
licadeza, rogar a usted
i que acepte mi renuncia
' del cargo de Secretario
Privado, en la seguridad
I de que ni mi afecto, ni mi
j respeto hacia usted sufri-
rn merma alguna.
Mas como el asunto que
obliga a mi renuncia plan-
tea lo que en lenguaje
poltico se llama el pro-
blema de la confianza, yo
quisiera invitar a los Comandantes a que aprove-
chen esta oportunidad pan solucionar una vez
por todas un problema que preocupa cardinalmen-
te al Pas. Eg esta forma, tanto ellos como yo le brin-
daramos ocasin a Vuestra Excelencia para que
reafirme una confianza o la retire.
Muy respetuosamente,
, Eduardo Ritter A.
Dr. Eduardo Ritter A.
Condecorado hoy
el General Porter
de los EE. UU.
Lo que comenz como una vi-
sita protocolar al Presidente de
Panam de parte de los altos
funcionarlos militares y ci7lies
de la Zona del Canal culmin
con una sorpresiva condecora-
cin. Uno de los oficiales nor-
teamericanos. General Ray E.
Porter, Comandante del Ejrci-
to de Estados Unidos en el Ca-
ribe, recibi la condecoracin
de Vasco Nez de Balboa por
su sincera cooperacin entre
Panam y Estados Unidos- La
condecoracin fu presentada
por el Seor Camilo Levy S
Director del Protocolo.
Entre las personas que se en-
contraban presentes para salu-
dar al Presidente Don AlciWa-
des Arosemena, se encontraban
el Gobernador de la Zona ce]
Canal, Francis K. Newcomer, el
Coronel Marvin Jacobs. Conse-
jero MilUir del Gobernador
Eugene Lombard, Secretarlo E-
jscutlvo Col. Herbert D. Vo;el,
teniente General H. H. Morris,
General de Brigada Emll Kiel,
General George W. Right, Capi-
tn George Lyong, Almirante
Albert M. Bledsoe, Coronel Ri-
chardson Selee y el Coronel Ro-
bert Comer.
Estudiase validez
del nombramiento
de Enrique Linares
Desde hace varios das se vie-
nen h a c 1 endo especulaciones
respecto a la valides del nom-
bramiento de Gerente del Ban-
co Agropecuario, que la Asam-
blea Nacional aprob en sus l-
timas sesiones legislativas, por
un trmino de seis aos.
Varios abogados vienen estu-
diando el asunto, segn se nos
manifest en fuentes bien en-
teradas.
Se ha sabido tambin que el
seor Enrique Linares Junior no
ha presentado renuncia.
Editorial
LA PAZ MENTAL
Sin duda alguna bien intencionadas han sido i que envuelven los problemas de esa clase.
las declaraciones que contiene el comunicado ex- Estamos igualmente acordes con la necesidad
pedido ayer por los distinguidos caballeros que cons
tituyen el Gabinete. El autor del comunicado evi-
dentemente dominado por un deseo piadoso, ante
la febril y hondsima conmocin patritica que sa-
cude al pas del uno al otro confn, quiso creer que
se puede dejar de pensar en los efectos desastro-
sos del militarismo en Panam. Vano empeo.
' Y, como ocurre con frecuencia en algunos cuer-
pos colegiados, se dio voto de confianza a ese deseo,
repetimos, eminentemente piadoso. El comunicado,
se refiere a la discusin periodsticasobre las fu-
nestas consecuencias del militarismo en Panam
y despus de exponer algunos -de los problemas que
confronta el pas tales como el de la vivienda, el
del costo de la vida, el del presupuesto, el de la
deuda interna, hace presente que como tales cues-
tiones no pueden resolverse sino en "un ambiente
de paz mental," el Gabinete est decidido "a im-
pedir que se perturbe la tarea rectificadora em-
prendida por el Gobierno."
* *
Bien est, y es eminentemente laudable y pa-
tritico que se adopten medidas tendientes a la re-
construccin econmica del pas.' En muchsimas
ocasiones y en distintas formas este diario ha ve-
nido ocupndose eon solcito empeo en el estudio
sereno, austero y razonado d diferentes aspectos
imperiosa e inaplazable que hay de que impere la
calma, la ecuanimidad y la concordia a fin de que
tengan su ms cumplido desarrollo los planes be-
nficos y patriticos que con tanta sinceridad y
vehemencia esboz hace poco el Excelentsimo se-
or Presidente de la Repblica don Alcibiades Aro-
semena. Sabemos bien que un gobierno que se ini-
cia en tan graves condiciones como el que ahora
rige los destinos del pas tiene ante s dificilsima
tarea y que por tanto requiere un mximo de equi-
librio, de armona y de aplomo. Nosotros hemos
estado, estamos y estaremos en todo tiempo lis-
tos para cooperar con nuestro grano de arena a
la consecucin de tan laudables propsitos.
Pero, con todo el respeto que merecen y que
profesamos a los caballeros que por una u otra
razn suscribieron el comunicado que comentamos,
hemos de permitirnos, por ahora, hacer unas cuan-
tas observaciones que estn ntimamente ligadas
con las que contiene dicho comunicado. Es ms: se
desprenden, surgen espontneamente, con diafa-
nidad meridiana, de las declaraciones que aparecen
en ese documento:
Podra acaso una mera "campaa periodsti-
ca** perturbar una labor del gobierno reconocida-
mente sana y patritica? Decididamente no. La ex-
(Pasa a la Pag. S, Cm. Editorial)
i
Inglaterra piensa salvar sus
inmensas inversiones en Irn
pagando ms por los derechos
LONDRES, mayo 31. (UP).
Las autoridades expresaron a-
noche su esperanza de que la
crisis sobre la nacionalizacin
de la Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., se
alivie pronto. Dicen que ahora
Ten la posibilidad clara de qu
1 Gobierno Iranio acceda a ne-
gociar.
Dijeron que tales negociacio-
nes sern difciles y prolonga-
das, pero insinan que pudiera
llegarse a un acuerdo a base
de que los yacimientos sean
oficialmente nacionalizados y la
compaa contine explotndo-
los.
Se admits que no hay nada
en la superficie que juitifl-
ue el nuevo ambiente da'mo-
torldades se vieron muy alenta-
das por el hecho de que el PrU
mer Ministro Mohamed Mos-
sadegh haya abandonado ayer
el refugio en el edificio del Par-
lamento para conferencias con
los Embajadores britnico y
norteamericano.
Un funcionarlo dijo que "por
lo menos ahora ya hablan".
Hace una semana Mossadegh so
neg a ver al Embajador brit-
nico. Hay toda clase de medios
para satisfacer a ambos bandos
en la cuestin de la naciona-
lizacin".
Se insina que Gran Breta-
a espera salvar sus inmensas*
inversiones petroleras en Irn
prometiendo pagar mayores de*
9
derado optimismo, pero las au- rechos por el petrleo.
i.
"La declaracin del Gabinete
es lo ms ferozmente anti-
civil que se ha registrado"
Declara el Ingeniero Rafael Grjales, miembro pro-
minente del Partido Agrario
El Ingeniero Rafael Grajales,
miembro prominente de 1
agrupacin Partido Agrario, hog
ha hecho las siguiente* decla-
raciones:
"Aventar el problema del
militarismo, o en ste con el
problema de la civilidad pana-
mea, al Dr. Harmodio Arias y
a don Temistocles Diaz, tal co-
mo lo hacen los actuales Mi-
nistros en declaracin conjunta
que aparece publicada en "La
Estrella de Panam" de hoy,
es lo ms ferozmente anti-civll
que se registra de mucho tiem-
po a esta parte. Y es, al mismo
tiempo, la ms clara manifesta-
cin no slo de haber desviado
el movimiento civico de Mayo,
esencialmente popular, sino de
persistir en tal desviacin.
"ro veo ninguna manera efi-
caz de fortalecer y mantener al
rgimen del Presidente Arose-
mena que no sea solidarizndose
con el sentir popular, hasta lo-
grar que culmine la revolucin
de dias pasados con el predo-
minio absoluto del poder civil
y al goce pleno de la civili-
dad".
/
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23400
I
Jornada de siete a
una y media quieren
para el A. y Oficios
Una sola Jornada de labores,
de siete de la maana a una
y media de la tarde, se pro-
yecta establecer en la Escuela
de Artes y Oficios, de acuerdo
con informes recogidos por esta
diario en fuentes allegadas a
dicha escuela.
Dicha medida, que respond*
al anhelo de profesores y alum-
nos, se debe a las dificultades
de transporte que resienten la
asistencia de los alumnos a sus
labores escolares.
A pesar de que la Escuela dd
Artes y Oficios no cuenta con
suficientes elementos para des-
arrollar una eficiente labor y
de que los edificios an no es-
tn terminados, el plantel est.
funcionando con normalidad
gracias a la labor tesonera da
su Director Ernesto Enrique Ar-
gote y de todo el personal do-
cente, i
El proyecto de cambio de ha'
rario est siendo estudiado por
el Ministerio de Educacin y
se estima que por las razones
poderosas que aconsejan el
cambio, entrar tn prctica
dentro de poco.
Para colonizar unas regiones
irn al Brasil dentro de poco
ms de dos mil alemanes
El lunes llega el primer contingente que consta de
210 inmigrantes
fui
GINEBRA, mayo 31. (UP).
La Organizacin Internacional
del Trabajo inform que el pr-
ximo lunes llegarn al Brasil
en el vapor "Provence" 310 emi-
grantes alemanes procedentes
de Austria.
Esos emigrantes son el pri-
mer contingente de 2,500 miem-
bros de 810 familias alemanas
que Irn al Brasil para coloni-
zar las tierras, conforme al
plan original de "Ayuda Suiza
ra Europa" cuya ejecucin
ue posible gracias a la ac-
cin conjunta de los gobiernos
brasileo, austraco y suizo, un
grupo de banqueros suizos, la
Organizacin Catlica Suiza y
la orr.
Los emigrantes estarn en el
Estado de Paran, cuyo clima
es bueno. Los colonos estarn
cerca de la estacin ferrovia-
ria y la carretera principal y
tendrn abundante suministro
de agua.
El lugar fue hallado por la
Orr con la cooperacin de la
Organizacin de Alimentacin y
Agricultura de las Naciones U-
nldas y la Comisin Econmica
de las Naciones Unidas para
Latino Amrica, las cuales tra-

zaron el proyecto de coloniza-
cin.
Si este plan tiene xito, al
gobierno brasileo ha expresa-
do la intencin de ampliarlo
para un total de 100 mil emi-
grantes alemanes de Austria.
Regresaron al Japn
116 fanticos desde
Ro de Janeiro
YOKOHAMA, mayo 31. (UP>.
Ciento diez y seis Japonesa*
que residan en el Brasil han
regresado en un barco holan-
ds el mircoles, pero no sa-
tisfizo plenamente la cu-
riosidad de quienes esperaban
en los muelles con intencin da
ver a los "recalcitrantes repa-
triados" que todava no creen
en la rendicin japonesa.
Los repatriados son miem-
bros de la "Liga del Sistema
Imperial" organizada durante
la guerra y la cual, a menudo,
tuvo choques en Brasil con
otros Japoneses menos lntran-
trasa a la Pagina a, Ca. U



FAGINA DOS
ti PANAMA AMERICA DUBIO INDEPENDIENTE
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JUEVES, MAYO M, lttl
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APAUTIOC POSTAl \0 IS*
Lderes del congreso americano expresan
su opinin sobre un acuerdo en Corea
. *U* tALCSAS* .ITUABO IN **T CIUOAO. CAU.S H. NO.
Por Steffan Andrews
(NANA)
La Paz Mental
(Viene de 1 Ira. pajina)
presin del sentimiento herido de un pueblo no
puede nunca ser un obstculo. El dao no esta en
hablar de un diagnostico. El dao est en el cancer
mismo. En otras palabras, el comunicado tan pa-
triticamente inspirado quiere piadosamente que no
fie llegue a ningn diagnstico o, si ste se ha
pronunciado, que no se haga nada para curar al
paciente, y que, en cambio, conviene mantenerlo
narcotizado, para que no oiga, ni vea, ni entienda.
*
Sera oportuno, sera conveniente, sera patri-
tico, que cada persona se pregunte: Gozo de esa
az mental tan anhelada? Si ello no es as cua
es la verdadera causa? Pregntese al grande y al
hico. al funcionario y al hombre de la calle, na-
cional o extranjero, si se siente o no deprimido por-
que all en lo ntimo de su ser, cree sinceramente
que la imagen sagrada de la Patria est agobiada
por el peso deprimente del militarismo.
Pregntesele tambin, o que l mismo se pre-
gunte en secreto, si por el hecho de que no se hable
de civilidad, ese mal que siente all adentro va a
olvidarlo, a decidir que no existe, que es slo el
efecto de la publicidad o de la propaganda.
Sin que se formule la pregunta, que resuelva
el ciudadano apoltico, por s solo, si este problema
es de carcter "nacional o patritico"como lo nie-
ga el comunicadoy si al mismo tiempo es tam-
bin trascendental y apremiante, que afecta los
principios bsicos de la Democracia y la vida mis-
kna de la Repblica.
Que ese mismo ciudadano apoltico decida si
uede conseguirse la paz mental que reclama el Ga-
inete mientras ese problema est latente.
Porque existen problemas econmicos urgentes,
que nadie niega ni negar puede, debe quedar la
comunidad condenada a la paz de las tumbas y
no mencionar siquiera, como lo hizo ayer con ele-
gancia, sinceridad y gallarda, el Smbolo de la Ci-
filidad: "el fusil, los cascos y las bayonetas," es
iecir el Smbolo del Militarismo?
Es indudable que el Gabinete tiene los medios
materiales para hacer efectiva su admonicin ex?
Jresa o implcita, de acallar la voz de protesta en
este asunto. Pero no es impertinente recordar que
poco o nada se conseguira. Han sido los diarios
revistas ms reputados en Norteamrica los que
espontneamente, en gesto generoso de solidaridad
democrtica, comenzaron a hablar del "Amo de Pa-
nam", del "mandamos" y del "quitaipn de presi-
dentes."
Ojal que los miembros del Gabinete, que tan-
ta y tan honda preocupacin han demostrado, apa-
rentemente por dos o tres modestos artculos de
un peridico, pero en realidad por la intenssima
convulsin cvica que mueve y estremece la con-
ciencia nacional, encuentren, con toda la pondera-
cin, todo el fervor patritico, todo el afecto en-
traable por esta tierra tan querida, todo el alto
y noble sentido de responsabilidad, que sabemos
que ellos tienen, una solucin satisfactoria que sea
honorable, generosa, desprendida y ampliamente c-
vica. El pas debe sabery no tenemos objecin en
consignarlo asque a la persona que ahora se toma
como la caracterizacin del militarismo le apareja
escasa responsabilidad. Un cmulo de circunstancias,
algunas combinaciones de aspiraciones polticas de
otros elementos ajenos quiz a la voluntad de tal
persona han contribuido a crear y mantener ese
ambiente que ahoga al simple ciudadano. Pero el
ambiente existe. Sin que l pueda ya evitarlo, pro-
duce la inquietud, la zozobra, la amenaza y la an-
gustia en la conciencia democrtica.
Ojal, repetimos, se encuentre prontamente, el
medio de apaciguar el malestar ciudadano, el desaso-
siego general, la inquietud de los espritus y la in-
tensa convulsin cvica que viene conmoviendo el
alma enferma de la Patria. _______^^
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
WASHINGTON, mayo 31.
EPS. El alio dirigente re-
publicano, Senador Robert Taft,
dice categricamente que para
llegar a una paz en Corea debe
pedirse a los comunistas chinos
que se retiren "incondicional-
mente'' de all.
En una entrevista exclusiva
concedida a este corresponsal,
el Senador Taft declar que
los comunistas deben ser obli-
gados a entregar toda Corea a
las Naciones Unidas, para que
pueda establecerse una repbli-
ca coreana independiente.
"Los trminos de paz no de-
ben contener compromiso al-
guno respecto de la admisin
del gobierno comunista chino
en las Naciones Unidas, ni tam-
poco en las negociaciones del
tratado de paz con Japn", di-
jo Taft.
Tampoco debian contraerse
compromisos en relacin con
Formosa, cuya situacin final
tendr que ser decidida en el
tratado de paz con Japn.
Las opiniones de Taft fueron
dadas en respuesta a la* pre-
guntas hechas a cinco de los
principales dirigentes del Con-
greso de los Estados Unidos,
para saber cules deben ser,
a su juicio, los trminos de paz
sobre Corea.
Los Interrogados fueron el
Senador Taft; el presidente de
la Cmara de Representantes
Sam Ray burn; el presidente de
la Comisin de Relaciones Ex-
teriores del Senado, Tom Con-
nally; el Senador William P.
Knowland, que es el vocero re-
publicano en lo que atae a
la poltica sobr el Lejano O-
riente. y el presidente de la
Comisin de Energia Atmica
del Congreso, Brien McMahon.
De ellos, Taft y Knowland son
republicanos, los otros tres de-
mcratas.
McMahon, que ha apoyado
decididamente a la Administra-
cin en la controversia sobre
MacArthur, dice que est en-
teramente de acuerdo con el
Senador Taft, en que debe uni-
ficarse politicamente a Corea,
bajo un gobierno libremente
elegido por el pueblo, pero a
grega:
"Puesto que el propsito pri-
mordial de las Naciones Uni-
das era el de detener'la agre-
sin, .estara de acuerdo en un
acuerdo militar en la regin del
paralelo 3 ft. pero solamente con
las mis rgidas seguridades".
Una de ellas, dice McMahon,
debe ser el establecimiento de
una zona neutral guardada por
tropa de las Naciones Unidas.
preferiblemente de pases asi-
ticos.
Los puntos de vista de Mc-
Mahon tienen especial inters
en viste" del testimonio rendido
por el general Omar Bradley,
jefe del Estado Mayor Combi-
nado, quien declar que los Es-
tados Unidos esperaban la opi-
nin de las Naciones Unidas
acerca de un convenio con ba-
se en el paralelo 38.
El representante Rayburn.por
su parte, nos dijo: "Las Na-
ciones Unidas son las que de-
ben decidir cules trminos son
aceptables. Ellas son quienes
realizan este esfuerzo por de-
tener la agresin comunista y
deben tomar una decisin co-
lectiva para determinar la ba-
se de un acuerdo".
El Senador Connally e ex-
pres as: "El comit combina-
do del Congreso que estudia los
problemas del Lejano Oriente
est toda'ia realizando su tra-
bajo. Mientras no se conozcan
todos los hechos, no estamos
en condiciones de hablar acer-
ca de los trminos que el mun-
do libre podra aceptar para un
acuerdo en Corea".
El texto completo de la res-
puesta de Taft es el siguiente:
"Solo puede hacerse la paz
con los comunistas chinos si
ellos aceptan ncondlclonalmen-
te retirarse de Corea y entre-
gar el Norte de esa pennsula
a las Naciones Unidas para que
se establezca una repblica u-
nlda e Independente. En el a-
cuerdo se establecer que Man-
churia recibir los mismos ser-
vicios que hoy tiene de las
plantas hidroelctricas del rio
Yal, Los trminos de paz no
deben contener c o m p romlsos
respecto de la admisin del go-
bierno comunista chino en las
Naciones Unidas o en las ne-
gociaciones de paz con Japn,
ni tampoco acerca de Formo-
sa, cuya situacin debe ser de-
terminada en el tratado de paz
con Japn".
"Los acontecimientos actua-
les en Corea demuestran que
las Naciones Unidas se han
enfrentado con buen xito al
desafo de los agresores sovi-
ticos. Puesto que el propsito
pfimordial de las Naciones U-
nldas ha sido el de detener la
agresin, estara dispuesto a a-
ceptar un acuerdo en la zona
general del paralelo 31, pero s-
lo con las ms rgidas seguri-
dades. Debe establecerse una
zona neutral substancial, por
tiempo considerable y bajo la
custodia, preferiblemente, de
tropas asiticas.
"No debemos debilitar nues-
tra determinacin a preservar
los objetivos polticos que Ru-
sia acept en 1945. Tales ob-
jetivos piden la unificacin de
Corea bajo un gobierno libre
elegido por un pueblo libre
tambin".
EL CINE Y LOS NIOS
f-'or ^Antonio Chamarra
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En ata seccin daremos cabida a todas aqaeUaa carta
que m nos dirijan. Mbre tapices de Inters seaeraJ.
ene no-*ean demasiado eiUni>
Cuando los hermanos Lunnere
pusieron en marcha su prmier
aparato cinematogrfico, ao
pensaron haber abierto con l
uno de los captulos ms apasio-
nantes de la historia moderna.
El cine con su influencia, cn
su poder sobre el adulto y el
nio ha puesto en tela de juicio
las leyes de la psicologa social
e Infantil, los problemas rela-
tivos a la enseanza por medio
de la imagen, los problemas iw-
lativos a la moralidad y las
ouenas costumbres.
El Seor Henri Storck, de na-
cionalidad belga y productor de
pelculas, ha escrito un lnteie-
sante libro sobre todas escs
materias y que acaba de ser pu-
blicado por la Unesco. Ms que
un Informe es un reportaje vi-
vo en el que se recogen testimo-
nios muy inportantes sobre la
vida mental infantil y sobre las
impresiones que el desarrollo a:
la pelcula despierta en los mu-
chachos, egn la edad en 'ue
se encuentren, segn su educa-
cin y el medk> en que sus das
discurren. La autoridad ms re-
levante entre esas opiniones es
sin duda la del profesor Henri
Wallon, quien ha dedicado u-
ticulos extensos al estudio de e-
sas reacciones lentas que se ma-
nifiestan entre los nios do 3
j. 6 aos, que apenas si perci-
ben la trama de la accin ni la
lgica de las Imgenes que se
reproducen en la pantalla.
Para el seor Wallon, y an
cuando la clasificacin parezca
arbitraria, deben distinguirse
perodos en el desarrollo Infan-
til: la primera ae caracteriza
por esa distraccin natural que
i llama poca del sincretismo
subjetivo. A continuacin vbre
el muchacho entre 7 y 12 anos
::uya aptitud acepta fcilmente
las metamorfosi y constituye
una Upa de objetividad cre-
ciente. Por fin, el adolescente de
12 a 14 aos y el muenaco me-
nor de 20 cuyas base perceptiva
es casi similar a la del adu.to.
Es importante hacer notar el
volumen considerable del p-
blico Infantil. Los servicios ofi-
oialea britnicos han averiguado
que aobre un total de 7 mlor.es
ae nios entre los 5 y los 15 a-
os, 1.250.000 acuden al cine dos
veces por semana y otros 550.000
asisten a la* salas oscuras can
do menos tres veces semanales.
El cinematgrafo, tiene pue., u- hada en bruja y la lucha de)
na importancia Indiscutible en i Ladrn de Bagdad contra la a-
la vida del nlfi- Pasando por raa, se ha comprobado que
no tienen un efecto tnico, si-
no que son eausa de pesadilla
todos los matices enumerados y
proplos.de la edad, este libro de
la Unesco presenta el testimo-
nio de las autoridades educati-
vas, de los empresarios de sal;.>
Ue cine, de dirigentes de aso-
ciaciones Juveniles y de mora-
listas para explicarnos el oien
y el mal de las pelculas. Esta
influencia puede atenuarse au-
cho mediante la accin del edu-
cador, o la Intervencin de di-
rigentes capacitados a la ani-
mada discusin que se enlabia
en el seno de los club cineu.t-
togrficos Infantiles. Se dan pa-
radojas interesantes cuando se
estudia el desarrollo de la vicia
mental y el cine que reclama el
seor Strock, no es un cinc al
gusto de los adultos, sino pel-
culas que contribuyan a desa-
rrollar el espritu Infantil, que
supongan una clara distraccin
del espritu Joven y que plan-
teen ante el nio los grandes
problemas de la civilizacin.
El trabajo de produccin y se-
leccin de pelculas infantiles es
muy delicado. El Profesor Wa-
llon ha sealado algunos errores
cometidos y en la revista "In-
formaciones Sociales", el seor
/irmand Lanoux ha expuesto
timbln algunas reaccione par-
ticulares que el cine despierta
entre los nios. He aqu tres pe-
lculas que generalmente se es-
timan adecuadas para los mu-
chachos, pero que indefectible-
mente provocan en ellos reac-
ciones de temor: Pinocho, Blan-
ca Nieves y el Ladrn de Bag-
dad. Repitiendo el acta de Jo-
a, Pinocho es devorado por la
ballena; la metamorfosis del
Jamones
Importados
PEK
KRAKUS
DREWS
los ofrece:
COMISARIATO
TAGAROPULOS
Tel. 1000 Coln.
Figuran en este libro de la
Unesco lo cuestionarlos que cie-
Ucn ser sometidos antes de re-
solver el problema del cine ir-
fantil y encontrar la frmala y
la manera de presentar ante el
nio las materias sociales y re-
ligiosas, los problemas funda-
mentales de la vida y de la cul-
tura, algo que sobrepase el ia-
ters material del plstico en
que se Imprime la pelcula. El
cine es uno de los Instrumentos
ms potentes del universo, una
mquina que nos permite tragar
ei mundo entero, pero que mu-
chas veces ha permanecido al
margen de las grandes cuestio-
nes de la civilizacin o que r.cs
ha ofrecido de todo ello una i-
n-.agen truncada y convencio-
nal. Los interese comerciales
o el efecto escnico, han cons-
tribuido a presentarnos aspectos
desconcertantes y absurdos y
segn los expertos consultados
por la Unesco, los nios y los
adolescentes merecen algo mej.ir
que esta forma seductora del
bajo instinto. Escribe el doctor
le Moal. de la Universidad de
raris: "No son necesarias im-
presiones muy profundas para
alcanzar el alma del nio. Un
simple choque emotivo puede
dejarlo tarado, en bien o en it._I
para toda su vida y deshacer
su equilibrio fsico y su sentido
noral".
Estudia tambin ei libro de le
Unesco las medidas de censura
vigentes en numerosos paisos
para Impedir que se represen-
ten escenas de alcoholismo, de
familias desofartunadas, infide-
lidades y escndalos; pero -
jn *1 seor Strock, no dcoc-
moa tratar de establecer el ca-
PROTESTA.
Panam, mayo 2* de 1951
Seor director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA:
En vista de los numerosos
comentarios aparecidos en cier-
to vespertino local,, tendientes
a hacer aparecer a" mi padre
Julio Guerra como autor de
la muerte del Joven Carlos Ta-
pia (q.e.p.d.), no me queda mas
remedio que consignar mi ms
enrgica protesta por tan ca-
lumniosas afirmaciones que no
son otra cosa que el produc-
to de mentes mal Intenciona-
das que sintindose culpables
pretenden hacer recaer la cul-
pa en personas inocentes.
Y no es precisamente por el
hecho de que sea mi padre el
blanco de esas ajwurdas acu-
saciones lo que me hace diri-
gir la presente carta, sino por-
que tengo la completa seguri-
dad de que ellas son injustas y
rcter nocivo de ciertas ur.-
genes, sino esforzarnos en qi
los nios puedan contemplar
mejores pelculas.
En este libro se citan cien
tos de pelculas que pueden .ser
proyectadas en sesiones espe-
ciales infantiles. Queda mueno
por estudiar en el campo expe-
rimental y an las invesga-
ciones ms detalladas que se
han llevado a cabo en Gran
Bretaa, no han bastado para
resolver las cuestiones pendien-
tes. Se requicer quizs formar
tambin el pblico Infantil y re
solver ciertas dificultades yue
permitan a las casas producto-
ras Ir decididamente a la crea-
cin del cine infantil.
tendenciosas.
Y fueron Justamente es asi
personas las que lanzaron al
pueblo, valindose del estado de
animo en que ste se encon-
traba, a destruir los bienes y
propiedades de mi padre que
son el producto de largos y pe-
nosos ao de trabajo honrado
Tengo la completa conviccin
de que cuando este asunto so
ventile ante los tribunales com-
petentes, se demostrar en una
forma rotunda la Inocencia de
mt padre, ya que considero que
el espritu de Justicia todava
no se ha perdido en Panam.
Agradeciendo de antemano la
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JUEVES. HATO 31. 1S51
-""'
ti, PAN4M4 .MFRICA DIARIO mDBPENDIENTt
.VAGINA
ARTISTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
Exigen al Departamento de Estado que
de aviones a la China
entrega
evite
Inglaterra tiene listos ms
de 40 aviones de transporte
para entregarlos a los rojos
.WASHINGTON, Mayo 30 (b dijo que la decisin de la cr-
I.l'CHO MUOZ, pianista de slido prestiffo entre la radio-
audiencia panamea, a quien escucharemos nuevamente por
los 1090 kilociclos de la Red Panamericana ep nuevos prorrar
mas estelares.
El vapor DON PEPE
saldr prximamente para Guayaquil
Acepta carga y pasajeros.
INFORMES EN EL EXPRESO INTERNACIONAL
(Luis Sptimo Domnguez)
Calle 5a. No. 24 Catadral Telfono 2-2643
El Senador Harry P. Kaln e-
xigl que el Departamento de
Kstado adopte "todos los pacos"
diplomticos y econmicos ne-
cesarios" para evitar que Gian
Bretaa le entregue a la Cli.r.a
Hoja ms de 40 aviones de trans
portes norteamericanos.
Kaln, en una carta al Secre-
tarle de Estado, Dean Achcson,
te britnica en Hong Kong de
hacer sa entrega "represe.ita
un esfuerzo deliberado de apa-
ciguar a los rojos chinos".
Dijo que tal medida ayuda;.a
el esfuerzo de guerra comunis-
ta en Corea y violarla el em-
bargo de las Naciones Unidas de
la ayuda militar a la Ch-.a
Roja.
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CLUB DE DISCOS
Que van desde B|. J00 a jf00 Semanales.
Es su gran oportunidad de poseer los ltimos "hits" bailables
y toda la clase de msica que su espritu desee.
Ca. Cyrnos Cyrnos para Regalos
Ave. J. Feo. de la Ossa #1
Cruce Tivolt Tel. Z-179S
Ave. Tivoll N. II
Egipto exigi el retiro de
las tropas Britnicas que
estn en el Canal de Suez
CAIRO, Mayo 31 (UP) E-
ipto anunci anoche por vs
de su Ministro de Relacione:
Exteriores, el Baja Mahomed
Salah El Din, que repudiaba as
ltimas propuestas britnicas
Lara concertar un nuevo trata-
do entre los dos pases y reanu-
d la exigencia de que se reti-
ren las fuerzas britnicas de la
Zona del Canal de Suez, la LT-
nln del Sudn Anglo-Egipco y
Egipcio, bajo corona Egipcia.
Salah El Din habl ante el
Senado egipcio tras recibir ui.a
.nieva nota del Embajador bri-
tnico Sir Ralph Stevenson pro-
testando de las restricciones al
paso de los barcos por el Canal
de Sues. Egipto no ha contesta-
do a la protesta similar enviuda
anteriormente por Gran Bes-
taa. .
El Canciller dijo al Senatc:
"Si nuestras negociaciones ter-
minan en un fracaso, entonces
ser el momento propicio pa.u
tomar la accin decisiva que to-
dos ustedes exigen".
Aadi que Egipto habla re-
Despjese
le nariz!
on unas pocas aspiraciones del
cmodo Inhalador Vick. lObra
rpido! Llvelo sempre contigo.
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POPULARES SEMI-CLASICOS CLASICOS
Cyrnos para Regalos Ca. Cyrnos. S.A.
Ave. Tlvoli No. 1
Ave. J. F. de la Ossa No. 1
pudiado las ltimas propuestas
britnicas sobre la revisin del
tratado de 1938 "porque Ls
mismas distan completamente
de satisfacer las aspiraciones
nacionales de Egipto".
ElltesjfTiUo
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Pautaran Preeto
1 Aceite Emerlda Moon*, ato-
ms* traordlnarto qua an poco lump*
mata lo* microbio*, tiene propia-'
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orlal, la dermatoala reumtica y
laa erupcin cutnea* daaapara-
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Deade haca mucha tiempo viesM
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Aleara*, abaceaoa y lias;**, cor
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Kemerald* Moon aat da venta aa
toda* laa buena* farmacia*.
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Panties de Jersey...................... De 0.59 A
Carteras Plsticas ..................... De 2.75 A
Brassieres Superform................... De 1.29 A
Pericotes de Hilo (cintura)............... De 1.29 A
Medias Negras de Seda........ESPECIAL A
Carreros de Gamuza.................... Da 1.99 A
Delantales Plsticos.................... De 0.59 A
Camisones de Rayn con Encaje.. ESPECIAL A
Sweaters de Lao, ULTIMO ESTILO...... De 1.47 A
LECHE KLIM Grande................ A
" Mediana.............,. A
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KOTEX............ ................. A
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OLEOMARGAHINA................... Ib. A
PERFUMES CHANEL No. 5 MED. ESPECIAL......... A
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Guayaberas de Nios .................. De
Camisetas Polo con Mangas y Bolsillos..... De
Pijamas de Lechuguilla................. De
Guayaberas de Nios................... De
Carteritas Plsticas de Nias............ De
Medias Negras de Algodn.............. De
Medias de Rayn para Nios............. De
Panties de Algodn .................... De
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JABN FENICADO....................
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Sbanas 81 x 99....................... 3.67
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Fundas ESPECIAL.......... ........; 0.63
Cucharitas y Tenedores de Metal ... ?.....
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Bandejas de Vidrio Tallado con Espejos ... De 1.19 A 0.59
Moldes para Dulces........... ........ De 0.99 A 0.59
Platos devMetal para Cakes.............. De 0.19 A 0.10
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eAUINA C.UATRO
fX PANAMA AMERICA OlAHIO INDEPENDENTS
Jl'EVER. MATO 1. ItSI
^------------ -------------------------------------------------------
E.U. Esta empeado en un gigantesco
esfuerzo para contener el comunismo
Informen para cata leccin se reciben en I
Red.
accin
Social
'
Telfono S-Sla
wxa
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HURAS: t:M a U:M a.m
A sarta do 131
Agasajo
El Seor Robert Eisenman y
Seora Vanesa F. de Eisenmnit
Ofrecieron anoche un buffet en
su residencia, para agasajar a
la Sra. Jackellne de Scrlbner.
ion motivo de su cumpleaos
CLUBES
desde 671.00
LA POSTAL
Central 6S
Agasajo
La conocida educadora, Seo-
ra Abby de Linares, ofrecer es-
ta noche a las 7 p.m, un acto
iociales en el YMCA de Balita,
para agasajar a sus discpulos
de ingls y a sus amistades.
Para Costa Riea
Despedimos atentamente a S.
E. el Embajador de Mxico en
Costa Rica, 8eor Manuel de
N'egrl y Sra. Maruja M. de de
Negri, quienes despus de haber
pasado una temporada en Pa-
nam huspedes del 8r. Charles
H. Crawford y Bra. Anita S. d
Crawford, regresaron boy a San
Jos-
Fortalzcase lomando el
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
Tome ahora y siempre una capita
de SANSN antes de las comidas
y se conservar fuerte!
US a b u oL a n di a
t
ha sido trasladado a Calle 44 No. 40
frente al edificio Souxa, Parque Urraca.
Telfono 3-1259.
Siempre a sus rdenes
Para los Estados Unidos
Acompaada de su hija Mi*
carean maana para Nueva
York, la Seora Edith de Ma-
ianl, esposa de S. E. el Minis-
tro Liugi Marianl. La Sra. de
Mariana y su hija permanece-
ln durante varias semanas en
ios Estados Unidos, y se reuni-
rn con el Sr. Mariana luego en
Lima, en donde establecern su
esldencia. Las despedimos a-
tentamente.
Sigui hoy hacia Atlanta,
Georgia, por la via area, el Di
Octavio Fbrega. Lo despedimos
De los Estados Unidos
Regresan maana de Nueva
York y Miami en donde pasaron
varias semanas el Seor Canea
ue Jann y 8ra. Olga de de li-
nn. Los saludamos cordial-
mente.
De Centre Amrica
Saludamos a Seor Amilc&r
Tribaldos, quien regres hoy de
Nicaragua por la via area.
Aniversario de matrimonio
Saludamos atentamente al Dr
Gregorio Mir y Sra. Esperansn
O. de Mir quienes cumplieron
ayer cuarenta y tres aos de
casados.
Para los Estados Unidos
Ha seguido para los Estados
Unidos, el Doctor Octavio F-
brega, miembro de la firma ue
abogados Arias, Fbrega y F-
brega. El Dr. Fbrega esperu
estar de regreso a esta ciudad
dentro de pocos das.
RELIGIOSAS
Festividad del Sagrado Corasen
ie Jess en el Asilo Bolivar
Con motivo de ser el Sagrado
Corazn de Jess patrono de la
Capilla del Asilo Bolvar, habr
maana una misa dlaconada a
las 7 a.m. con Danegrlco por
ti Rvdo. Padre Humberto Lara
y cantada por 1 coro del Se-
minario Diocesano. Durante el
da estar expuesto el Santsimo
Comenzando MAANA VIERNES
SOLO POR 4 DAS


medios.
paralizar los tentculos del viscoso
pulpo de Mosc/' dijo Dulles
E8 IMPRESCINDIBLE -
nio de mi confianza en que
vuestras deliberaciones y deci-
siones estarn inspiradas en el
deseo de corresponder a la que
en vosotros deposita el pueblo
panameo en estas horas cr-
ticas.
Honorables Diputados,
Aleibiades Aroeemena.
TUCSON, Arizona, mayo 31.
(UP). John Foster Dulles,
representante especial del Pro?
sidenle Truman, declaro que
Estados Unidos est empeado
"en un gigantesco esfuerzo de
sacrificio" para contener el co-
munismo y confia "en que ha-
llaremos medios para paralizar
los viscosos tentculos del pul-
po que se extienden de Mosc
para absorber nuestra sangre".
En un discurso pronunciado
en la Universidad de Arizona
dijo que no vaticinara los "me-
dios" especficos que se encon-
trarn, pero indicara cules, a
su juicio, "deben er los prin-
cipios de la solucin".
Dijo que no deben buscarse
soluciones fciles o rpidas u-
sadas por las formas primiti-
vas de sociedad, sino que debe
"tenerse paciencia y fuerza de
voluntad". No debe aceptarse
"un papel puramente defensi-
vo" porque es "necesario hacer
que el agresor pierda el equi-
librio" pero esto no debe con-
ducir a tomar "una ofensiva
militar de guerra general en
Jue no habra victoria para na-
le". Adems, deben hacerse
planes "a base de nuestra fuer-
za y la debilidad del adversa-
rl0'*-
Declar que el mayor proble-
ma del pueblo norteamericano
es hoy la "indecisin" deriva-
da de la situacin que Len
Trotsky calific en 1917 de "ni
guerra ni paz".
Dijo que esto lleva, por par-
te de la Unin Sovitica, una
triple amenaza a Estados Uni-
dos y otros pases, pues puede
convertirse en "guerra" \de la
noche a la maana, porque el
bloque sovitico est apostado
en donde puede atacar en to-
das direcciones y "su sola pre-
sencia es un terror que petri-
fica el esfuerzo creador".
hasta las 3 p. m. terminando
dicha solemnidad con el reso
del santo rosarlo consagracin
y bendicin Eucaristlca.
La Superlora y Hermanas de
la Caridad hacen una invita-
cin general y quedarn suma-
mente agradecidas por la asis-
tencia a dichos actos.
Sometida a la crtica taurina de
Mxico la cinta "Tarde de Toros
MEXICO. DJ, En das pa-
sados tuvo efeelo la exhibicin
privada de la pelcula "Tarde
de Toros" a diversas personali-
dades de la Industria cinema-
togrfica y crticos taurinos, ha-
biendo asistido a esta exhibi-
cin, la brinante estrella de
"Tarde de Toros". Katy Jurado.
Las personas que se congre-
garon en la safa de pruebas,
quienes estaban vidas de co-
nocer esta extraordinaria pel-
cula taurina, vieron con regoci-
jo las escenas romnticas, de
tragedla y de arte que las tu-
vieron en constante tension
hasta irrumpir en un caluroso
aplauso cuando el ltimo- rollo
hubo terminado.
Inmediatamente despus vl^
nlron los comentarios que nos
hicieron recordar a esas arato-
adas discusiones sobre temas
taurinos que se inician en la
propia plaza de toros, despus
de finalizar la extraordinaria
faena de algn torero.
Todos atentos, al comentario
siempre honesto, sincero y de
gran conocedor de la fiesta de
toros, de Paco Malgesto, el ms
popular de los radio cronistas
taurinos de Mxico, nos que-
damos emocionados cuando ste
dijo:
"Tarde de Toros" ,me parece
una excelente pelcula que ha-
br de contribuir valiosamente
para que el espectculo tauri-
no sea conocido y comprendi-
do en muchos pases. Particu-
larmente me sorprendi el que
un director "mexicano se haya
compenetrado tan hondamente
de nuestra fiesta. Enasta cin-
ta'hay torda, en calidad!, y en
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Calle 39 No. 5 Viita del Mar
"-ofrece-
TRAJES
de algodn ............desde 3.95
de seda .............. 5.95
de tarde ............. 5.95
de maternidad......... 4.95
ballerinas............. 13.50
da noche ............. 7.50
BLUSAS-............. 95
PETICOTES
enteros de nylon........... 3.50
de seda, finos............. 2.50
de algodn ......... 2.50
de cintura, de algodn 1.95
do nylon .....,.......... 2.95
PARA NOVIAS Peticotes de
seda pura, bordados........ 10.50
CAMISONES
de algodn............... 2.50
de seda, finos........desde 2.25
PARA NOVIAS, extra finos.. 7.95
CAMISONES
de algodn ..........desde 1.50
da seda ................. 1.75
MAANITAS...........desde 2.25
NEOLIQEES
de algodn ..........desde 4.50
dt seda ............ 7.50
VESTIDOS DE BAO____ 4.95
BRASSIERES (marca recono-
cida)........ MITAD DE PRECIO
CHINELAS de Cuero
(mules) .........t.. desde
GUAYABERAS de soda.. "
CARTERAS ........... "
ABRIGOS livianos de
Sharkskin ...........
FAJAS ............... "
PANTIES de Jersey (marca
reconocida .............
2.95
1.95
1.95
4.50
1.00
.50
PARAGUAS............deade 3.75
JOYERA, LUNCHEON SETS. MOAS
DE PELO natural, ABANICOS ... y
muchas otras cosas a precios bajsimoa
DEPARTAMENTO DE MOAS
TRAJES del 3 al 16......deeda .95
TRAJES de Seda....... 5.50
NEGLIGEES de Algodn...... 2.95
IVathanirl acaba por contarle lo adido a Kalia
j esta clcridr ir a Nueva York a vendar ana can-
cin d que a aalora. Fracasando en propo-
sito 7 yrnciendo timidez, a er al pintor
na ha regresado a la ciudad j se comprometa a
servirle da modelo en traje de bao, mediante ei
pago de los S0O0 dolares que necesita para saldar
la deuda da lio. Artista y modelo acaban por
enamorarse perdidamente.
CARTERAS............desde
FALDAS de Algodn------ "
BLUSAS .............. "
POLO SHIRTS......... "
GUAYABERAS ......... "
1.00
1.95
1.00
.95
1.95
VENTAS ESTRICTAMENTE AL CONTADO
NO HABR ALTERACIONES DURANTE EL BARATILLO
Otro Oportunidad para Usted.
Ayer recibimos unos cuantos
JUEGOS DE DESAYUNO ARVIN
HORIZONTALES:
1Tejido de malla.
4Conocido ntimo.
9Agarradera.
13Empleo.
13Ver, observar.
14Indica repeticin.
ISArterias principales.
17Viento del sudeste en
Europa.
19 Letra griega, Pl.
21Nombre de varn.
22Ciudad sagrada de los
musulmanes.
24Relativo a las salinas.
28Jntese.
30Impar.
31Expendio de bebidas, Inv,
32Nota musical.
33Prefijo que significa tres.
35Dignidad etiope.
37Nordeste.
36Nombre de mujer.
40Del- verbo roer.
42ridos.
44Lo que sobras
47Batracio.
48Tercer hijo de Adn y Eva
49Vasijas para cocinar.
51Momento decisivo y
peligroso.
54Tardos, con lentitud.
57Espacio de tiempo, Inv.
58Libro sagrado de los
musulmanes.
60Metal precioso.
61Personaje bblico.
62Rezase. >
63Apcope d santo.
VERTICALES:
1Calle principal.
2Demostrativo.
3Relativo a los dorios.
4Famoso confesor espaol.
5Ritos catlicos.
6Terminacin verbal.
7Fluido aeriforme.
8Das origen.
8Derogar, abrogar.
10Conforme a su original.
11Cocino.
16Brindis, en ingls.
18Rio de Europa.
20Igual al 63 horizontal.
22Animales de carga y tiro.
23De muy pequea estatura.
25Lista o catalogo, Inv.
28 Regla, precepto.
27Gruesa.
29Vagabundo, errante.
34Elemento electroltico.
36 -Existirn.
29Parte abovedada de los
templos.
41Amarro.
43Que tienen castidad.
45Cabeza de ganado.
46Pronombre personal, Pl.
50Suave, flojo.
51Perro.
32Corriente de agua dulce
53Herman.
55Afresis de ahora.
56Baile tipleo cubano.
59Dios egipcio del sol.
sii'.l'CloN Ot ATE
L3ULU ULES UHUI
liiMI? II'H
AL AIS
LIA bTaI
uiiu Mufti vf*
LaSLI LfflUl
V IKIOIL AMA M.
b!cUIBa nTaiu I '
Mtifitt nniil HHKI3
MEXSANA!
da pronto alivio
a las escaldaduras
del beba
Irritacin causada
per I panal mojado
MEXSANA
'.HFFRESC
MAANA COMIENZA
NUESTRA GRAN VENTA ANUAL
con Gangas y Reducciones
de Precios jams vistos
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
con Upas de FORMICA que
resisten al calor, a los cidos
V a los cinarrillos
CMPRELO por CLUB
ElDiaslp
La Casa de los Vidrios y los Linleos
o Facilidades de Pago a Servicio a Domicilio
Avenida Central M o CLUB o Telfono 2-24S4
TARDE VFOROS
Una vez que use locin
Jergens querr probar
tambin ...
Mano de Ensueo
que Hacen
Vibrar Su Corazn
No hsy hombre que resisU Is tierns caricia
de una. mano, waves ... La. mano, de Ud,
mbeUeoida. con Locin Jergens.
La suave y exquisita Locin Jergens da s las manos la
elasticidad y tersura que requieren par. ser atractivas.
Aplique Jergen. a .u. mano* codos, briso, y piernas.
La piel la absorve al in.Unte sin dejar tacto pe-
gajoso o grasoso. Ue Jergen. tambin como base
de lo. polvos, para proteger la tes y hacer que
el maquillaje dure tresco ms tiempo. Comience a
usar Locin Jergens hoy mismo. Se sentir y se
har Ud. mis stracnlva.
Locin JERGENS
CaWfata Jtrneai
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL. S.A. Apartado 322 Panam
^tB


Jl'EVES. MAYO 31. 1S51
PANAMA AMFRK A DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
1

PAO IN* CINCO
Informes para esta seeiic-D recite a la
REDACCIN SOCIAL
a EL PANAMA AMERICA
rati.............It .in. 4 .sn.
Telefeno N*. t-MM iwUdt Mo. 1M
---i----------------
Enfermo
Se encuentra recluida tn ti
Hoatlpal Panam por motlVDS
de talud, la seora Julieta H. de
Oaltndo. Ojal mejore pronto.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
u residencia la 3ra. Elida P de
Rio Pronto restablecimiento le
deseamos.
Restablecidos
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento de la Seora Le-
ticia de Gonzlez quien abando-
n ayer la Clnica San Fur-
r.ando.
Se encuentra completamente
(establecida, la Srta. Sabina Le-
wis, ejuien durante varios diaa
guard cama en su residencia
rio. Nos alteramos.
Campleafios it -hoy
Sra. Alejandrina B. da Te.n
pone.
Seor Vlctnte Alfaro
Campltaoa de maana
Sra Elida P. de Arlas
Srta. Pima Fbreta
Dr Harry Strunr
Ing. David Lpez Fbrega
Nias Vilma y Mireya Ponce
Arte
Completamente restablecido se
encuentra de nuevo en su resi-
dencia el Seor Alberto Valia'
Las primicias
del huerto...
GUISANTES
BIRDS EYE!
Tan reseos como acabados de
recoger, y con un sabor difcil de
tcontrar mos que usted pueda
ton seguir tn el mercado.
Prubelos con lss carnes, tor-
tillas, ensaladas; como quiera
tjue los sirva son sabrossimos, Y
/ida los otros alimentos conga-
latos
a/MTAS LECWHES /
AVES PESCAM /
L
Celebra hoy el mejor de aas
dias el joven Ral R. Alvarado
C, artista nacional, quien ocu-
pa el primer puesto entre loo
bailadores tipleoa del Conjunto
Plicet, y quien ha representado
a Panam en el extranjero en
muchas ocasiones, como emba-
jador de nuestro folklore. Nos
complace felicitar al Sr. Alva-
rado en el mejor do sus dias y
que sita cosechando triunfos.
Red P Mamar raBa
irtW re)
MtismfttC KtfAVMIA^
tvvwrfTiwj ffiv^flsriiaj
I Por qu Rutia no atacar
$te aa
Kumf*: Rut*, tmptz* y. maviltiar;
i.cion .1 pan, .Ha ditp.ria.d. u fa-
brica, pr.p.rqndo l gutrro. Htch.l:
nn. no all pr.aorod., n. fiar n
iwl MtHtM, m r.t.r* o l pot.net*
r*.rt..m.ricon. n bomaai tomict.
SwtM tpidr p.trol*. para rnvadir
Eur.p. .ccid.nt.l, p.r. m ttutria
p.lroloo y <.munii.cl.n par. tkt-
r la ranlaja dal |Ip. inicial, j'.f
qu* I* fallaran eaaaa caata aawka,
lana, *>l.o y airoi .Um.ni.i, a aaa
iv.rra ata litada. Unida a Inglaia-
rraf Par w., a] Slaln a* iatallaaale.
d.iiilir* da ala cor an Ifjl. V.a
UCCIONS d. junio, a.va iali ya,
y l.ara mat t 25 arlicul.l da actua-
lidaa" atar*, y al retaaiea da 4
tmtacional.i libro ratita pualicaaW
"Vala da an o.'ara norlaom.
y "ti crimen de la ata 117."
S>"-~""~"""-.....'-
VENTA ESPECIAL!
CAMAS "SIMMONS" DE HIERRO
PRACTICAS CMODAS BARATAS
CAMA PLEGADIZA
SIMMONS
Ancho: 36 pulgada
Slo
I/. 12.50
India tampoco firmar tratado en
el que intervengan los Nacionalistas
As lo inform a
los Estados Unidos
oficialmente ayer
WASHINOTON Mayo SI (UP)
Esferas bien informadas di-
cen qut India sigui el mismo
procedimiento que Oran Breta-
a e inform a Estados Unidos
que no ser parte en un tratudi.
je paz con el Japn en que par-
ticipe la China nacionalista.
En nota entregada ayer al De-
partamento de Estado por el
Ministro de la India, M. Kirpa-
lanl, India pidi a ste pais que
reconsidere su negativa a que la
China Comunista tome parte en
las negociaciones del tratauu.
La nota dice si la India se ne-
gar a firmar el tratado si no
se consulta con los comunlsvat
chinos.
Los informados dicen que ha
habido otras "objeciones me.io-
res" de la India al anteproyec-
to norteamericano, que i* t,uw
tln de cul rgimen chino debe
concurrir a la firma del tratado
es el nico asunto realmui'.e
Importante-
Este asunto tambin se tra-
tar en Londres entre el ase-
sor del Departamento de Estado
John Foster Dulles y el Minis-
tro de P.elaclones Exteriores bri-
tnico, Herbert Morrison.
AL PUBLICO
HAGO SABER:
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo nmero 777 del C-
digo de Comercio y por mecHo
de Escritura Pblica nmero
872 extendida en la Notara
Tercera de eate Circuito y de
fecha 15 de Mayo de 1951, he
comprado a la seora Merce-
des Gonzlez viuda de Lee tu
establecimiento comercial de-
nominado "Mercdlto Julin"
y situado en la calle 9a. n-
mero 38 del Parque Lefevre
de esta ciudad.
Panam, Mayo 15 de 1951.
Sabina Gonsles de Lln
Canap Plegable SIMMONS: 67.19.95
mueblera
AVE.CENTRALvCALLE 21 i>1*TSL& |;1||0
VIAJES AL EXTERIOR
Transporte por re, mar y tierra a cualquier
parte del mundo.
Acreditado Departamento de Viajes represen-
tando las principales lineas areas y de
vapores.
Obtenemos visas, permisos de salida y regre-
so y otros documentos de viaje sin costo extra
para el cliente.
Parque de Lessepe
Calle "L" #3
Panam. R. de P.
V
Telfonos:
2-2008
2-2009
BOYD BROTHERS, INC
Los Nios y Ninas Crecen
Con los
tteflifunc
AVENA
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Con abundancia de elementos'
alimenticios primordiales, la
Avena Quaker proporciona la
nutricin necesaria para ayu-
dar a lot nios a crecer esbel-
tos y fuertes, rozagantes de
salud y energa. Por eso a que
Ud. encontrar eme cada da hay
ms y ms familias que se de-
sayunan con Avena Quaker
todas las maanas!
Y lo que reviste suma impor-
tancia: la Avena Quaker provee
estos altos valores nutritivos a
un bajo costo. La Avena Quaker
es la Maravilla Alimenticia de
la Naturalezaningn otro
cereal de grano entero ofrece
mayores ventajas alimenticias!
NUTRICIN IDEAL PARA TODA LA FAMILIA
La Aena Quaker es un ALIMENTO nutritivo y
delicioso como DESAYUNO para toda la
familia. Es rica ta los elementos vitales que
proporcionan fortaleza, resistencia y vibranta
talad. La Avena Quaker provee minerales, pro-
tenas, carbohidratos y la imprescindible Vita-
min B que convierte el alimento en energa.
Compre Avena Quaker ahora y srvala todas
las maana en I desayuno de su familia para
emprender It marcha del da con mayor entereza
y alegra.
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tiNTONiCl los tsaocioaaotts dramas de AVENA
QUAKER ta la Red Panamericana, HOA (1090
kci.) HOB (6173 kcs.) y HPSG (117SO kcs.) ea
Panam y HOW (1230 kci.) ta Coleas, da loa*
a Tierna a las 3: JO PM.
El Teatro de la Guerra de Corea
Por Aldor
?*^: """** ' el ctor P'mcipal fracasa, por qu ne te
cambia el consueta y me dejan actuar a m? Aldor presenta,
en este dibujo, una impresionante escena del teatro real. La
Guerra hablando por boca de Marte sigue las indicaciones
del consueta. En el palco, el autor de la obra. Stalin, con
Mat y sus satlites, observa ladinamente. La Pas, detrs de
la bambalina, alimenta su esperansa. Y, enfrente, los pers-
neros de la democracia v las Naciones Unidas siguen con
preocupacin, pero tambin con firmeza, el bronco alarido
del agresor.
VINO TINTO
ESPAOL
MARQUES DE RISCAL
Suave y fuerte a un tiempo, no
pesa en el estmago, ni queda de
l otro recuerdo, despus de be-
bido, que el muy grato de un es-
timulante cuyos teres no llegan
al cerebro, ms que para activarlo,
pero jams para perturbarlo.
PREMIADO EN VARIAS
EXPOSICIONES
De venta en las Bodegas y Cantinas
de primer orden.
LA CREACIN
Ha recibido hoy
* NUEVO SURTIDO de VESTIDOS
en seda y en algodn
Bellos modelos al precio especial de
7.95
* CARTERAS BLANCAS
en gran variedad de modelos
ESPECIAL 2.75
* PETICOTES de SEDA ERIA
en blanco, rosado y celeste
2.25


* PETICOTES de CINTURA
eu blanco, rosado y celeste
2.35
CAMISONES de JERSEY
de la conocida marca MOJUD
desde 4.50
MEDIAS PHOENIX para NIOS
en coloren para los diferentes colegios
0.45
Completo surtido de productos de
Y A R D LE Y
Colonias Talcos Polvos para la cara en todot coloras
Lpices labiales Coloretes Cremas
Jabonea Lavandar Orchids y Violetaa da Abril
ISO ESPERE QUE LE CUENTEN,
VISITE HOV MISMO
LA CREACIN
Ave. Central No. 67
y se convencer que siempre se ofrecen artculos
de calidad a precios razonables.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
SnOTAS! SnORITAS! TOMEN ESTO
SI Si SIINTIN NEItVIOSASCAISAMS
-CIERTOS DIAS"
dal me>
SLos trastornas funcionales perl-
icos le hacen sentirse nervloaa,
intranquila, de mal humor y can-
sada en "esos" dfas? Tome el Com-
puesto Vegetal Lydla E. Pinkham
para aliviar tales sntomas. Se ha
COMPUESTO
VEGETAL DE
hecho famoso por eso.
SI se toma con regularidad, el
Compuesto Pinkham contrlbuve a
una mayor resistencia a talas tras*
tornea. Y esta es la clase de medi-
camento que usted daba adquirir.
Son miles las muleras que has
declarado que les bantneia. Ma-
raca probarse, no cree usted?
'. (tiAAaHt
fata Fhsta...
EL POSTRE QUE
GUSTA A TODO
EL MUNDO."
MAANA COMIENZA
NUESTRA GRAN VENTA ANUAL
con Gangas y Reducciones
de Precios Jams vistos
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
Avenida Central 102
GRAN VENTA
ESPECIAL
Un Surtido Complete
de ms de
800
TRAJES
REBAJADOS
Vistenos y Se Convencer!
Solamente 4 Das
Comenzando HOY Jueves
Hasta el Lunes 4


PAGINA SEIS
IX PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
tUEVES. MATO SI, 1*51

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S. A. Fabrica de Mosaicos, Ave.
Cubo No. 8.___________________
Vendemos y cortamos vidrios dejo-
dos tamaos. CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N.. S. A. Fabrico de
Mosaicos. Ave. Cubo No. 8.
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plstico, pego de todo contra to-
do CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fabrico de Mosaicos.
Ave. Cubo No. 8._____________
SE VENDE;Llantas usodas, "750 x
20, 900 x 20, mangueras de aire,
agua. Jernimo de la Osso. IN-
TRA._________________________
U VENDE: locante w>y no do
dot puertas con asaetea atareos
a precio do liquidoeroit B.100.
Hotpicw de Huertanos.
SI VENDE :Motor elctrico do 1-4
cohollo, nunca usado; costo origi-
nal B.30. So liquida en B.10. Te-
lfono 2-1790.
SI VINDI: Colontodor attctrico
para agua, Gonorol Electric ltimo
modelo, de 15 taln... tres ma-
los de uso con vlvula do ieau-
ridkd. Mitad de precia B 75.00.
Telfono 2-1790.________________
SE VINDE:Coja Fuerte da cons-
truccin especial, tipo da banco;
coete original B. 1,500. Acabada
da pintar y en perfectas condicio-
nas, so liquido an B.250.00. Tel-
fono 2-1790.
SE VENDE:Un cabello propio para
nio con su silla y rienda, infor-
mes en el Tel. 3-2960.
SE vtf
SE VtNDE:Yo estn a lo vento las
nuevas sedas en las mis alegres
y preciosas estampas. "La Milagro-
sa" Monteserin 2.
Acobomos de recibir cemento blan-
co para la venta. CA DI NORIE-
GA, S A. Pasadena, No. 15, Tel
3-0260.__________^^^^^^^
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SI VENDE:Motor de barco. 50 ca-
ballos de fuerza, velocidad despa-
ciosa, morca "Redwing", perfecta
condicin. Apartado 2857 Crist-
bal.
Jlegresan
s gentes.
Kantaro Nagano, de 65 aos,
< ue regresa con 18 familiares
< 3spus de 39 aos de a usen-
c a, dijo que "el Brasil es un
I jen lugar para vivir y gra-
l ) para quienes desean hacer
dinero. Pero lo japoneses que
vivan all mucho tiempo pup-
een perder el sentido nipn".
Dijo que el ochenta por cien-
to de los Japoneses que residen
('i el Brasil todava creen que
< 1 Japn gan la guerra y "a
i osotros tampoco nos gusta
! ensar que el Japn fue de-
otado". Sin embargo, con l-
? rimas en los ojos, Nagano pa-
: acia convencido que su patria
haba perdido la guerra.
La primera demostracin de
i i situacin la tuvieron cuando
-a aduaneros decomisaron a 16
imillas las divisas brasileas
'' Jara guardarlas hasta que se
I rme el tratado de paz".
A cada uno se le dio mil
jens, que equivalen a menos de
' es dolares y el pasaje a sus
untos de destino. Esto les ha-
' r hecho recordar an ms
II derrota Japonesa y la bue-
ii vida que han disfrutado en
75c
por una
Refrigeradora
' Todava puede I'd. obtener
una magnifica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /jC
diarios
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche esta oportunidad!
Central 223 CaJidonia
Tel. 2-1*81
SE VENDE
Bienes Raice*
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje en
la .Avenida Central No. 217 Coli-
donio, la Refresquera La Victoria.
SE VENDE:La cantina, Fuerte 18
Bis. Precio mdico. Informe en la
misma.
SE VENDE: Restaurante "El Ra-
dio," situado en calle C, frente ol
Parque Santa Ana. Para infor-
mes: all mismo.
E VENDE: Abarroteria y refres-
quera en Victoriano Lorenza Ni*
6.
SE VENDE:300 acciones Cemento
Panam. Llame Tel. 3-2243. 12-2
p. m. 6-8 p. m.
SE VENDELo formocia "Colombia"
por mitad de su valor. Calle 5a.
Ave. Bolvor No. 4062, Coln.
MISCELNEA
Radio exporto, aficionado: Ajusta
receptores con precisin. Sin user
nsrrumontoi." Envi $1.00 en
carta certificada a Agencia Gis-
come, Apartado 3124 Pana mi.
Tel. 2-0856.
HOSPEDAJEDesea Ud. cuarto cn-
trico, cmodo y borato? Lo encon-
trar calle Estudiante No. 98. Te-
lfono 2-1508.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Gata
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje, todos
les muebles de un apartamento-
Dirigirse, eolio 49 No. 13. Tel.
3-2378.
SE VENDE:Estonte de caobo y es-
tufa "Magic Chef" en perfectas
condiciones. Calle 34 No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-0899. Panam.
SE VENDE:Vitrino futurista, vi-
trino aparador, estonte, tres cuer-
pos, dos como-cuno, estante de
baby. Todo casi nuevo. Barato.
Victoriono Lorenzo No. 10. Tel. 2-
1686.
SE VENDE:Alaceno cocina cerra-
do, artculos de casa. Williamson
Place. 0763-D, Tel. 2-3216.
SE VENDE:Motivo de viaje. Todos
los muebles de una casa, en ex-
celentes condiciones. Llame telfo-
no 3-1975 de 2 a 5 p. m.
SE VENDE:Estante de cedro, mesa
porcelana comedor 4 sillas, blanco-
verde, refrigeradora Servel de gos,
nueva. Bicicleta hombre. Coco Solo
326-C. Tel. 246.
SE VENCE:Estufo de gos de cua-
tro quemadores, con horno, B.75.-
00 y mquina de esribir en B.25
00. Colle 33 No. 15, Tel. 3-
1574.
SE VENDE:Tengo 2 refrigeradoras,
una $145, otra $95.00. Escoja Ud
me quedar con la otra. Tel. 3-
0406.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet amoblado, to-
dos ios comodidades, cuatro re-
cmaras. Vista del Mar, Tel. 3-
0788.
SE ALQUILA:Un chalet en la Ur-
banizacin El Carmen. 2 recma-
ras, sola-comedor, cocina, porche,
goroge y servicio. Llamar Tel. 3-
0545.
SE ALQUILA:Bonita residencia es-
paciosa, completamente amobloda,
comodidades modernas, calle 11
No. 114, Poitilio. Poro informa-
cin llame Tel. 2-1458 Panam
SE ALQUILA:Chalet nuevo, com-
pletamente amoblado. Altos del
Golf. Rento B.l 50.00. Informes
telfono 3-2541.
SE ALQUILA:En calle, 39 No. 6,
chalet de 4 recmaras, 2 baos,
garage, etc. Informes, Tel. 3-
0425.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
AVISO
Para conocimiento del p-
blico en general, hago cons-
tar, que por medio de la Es-
critura Pblica No. 950, yo,
Dlmas Gonzlez, con cdula
de Identidad Personal No.
28-32127. vend el estableci-
miento denominado "La Po-
pular", situado en Calle Prs-
pero Pinel #16 a 'a 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 se sirva pasar
a la Calle 17 Oeste No. 12,
bajos, a entenderse con el se-
or Gonzlez.
Panam, 28 de Mayo de 1951
Dimos Gonxles
Cd. 28-32127
SE VENDE
A ii lo mviles
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet es-
toca 1 I -2 tonelada 1941, muy
buenos condiciones. Vea Sr, Malta,
Estacin Valdis, Ave. A No. 117-
SE VENDE: Por motivo de vioje
Studebaker "Land Cruiser" i949,
sedan 4 puertas, color rojo, cubre-
asientos Nylon, llantas blancas,
antena, derechos pagos, seguro
completo, placas hasta Diciembre
1951. Condicin excelente. El com-
prador puede pagar una suma ra-
zonable al contado y asumir obli-
gacin de 8 letras a B.60.00 men-
suales. Telfono Oficina 2-2856
residencia 3-0393, apartado 1376.
SE VENDE: Cuatro automviles
Chevrolet 1950, 4 puertas, per-
fectas condiciones. Informes Tel.
417 o Adalberto Joly y Cia. Tel.
1222, Coln.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje
Buick Super 1949 Dynoflow, en
excelentes condiciones, 2 puertos,
color negro, cubre osientos, llan-
tas blancas, radio, derechos pagos.
Lime telfono 3-1975 de 2 o 5
p. m.
SE VENDE:A mejer postor, camio-
neta Ford 1948, derechos pagos y
licencia para 1951. Propuestas
sellados se recibirn en nuestra
oficina calle L No. 5, ciudad, Pa-
nam, y se abrirn Sbado Junio
2 10:00 a. m se inspeccionarn
en nuestras oficinas, calle L No.
5, ciudad de Panam, Panam,
Pan American World Airways, Inc.
GANGA! Motivo vioje, vendo Ply-
mouth 49 y Kaiser 49, ambos en
perfectas condiciones. Tambin
concretera Kohering Dandie. Tel.
2-2064.
SE VENDE:Pontidc 1949 de dos
puertas, cambios automticos, cu-
bre-asientos plsticos, radio, llan-
tos nuevos, solo 15 meses de uso,
perfectas condiciones. Llame Tel.
2-0860
Antes de comprar su carro vea al
Sr. Lobo. El tiene los mejores ca-
rros usados de la plaza. AUTO-
LANDIA, Ave. 4 de Julio No. 13,
Telfono 2-3185.
SC VINDI:Camin GMC de 10
rutda, dobla traccin, con win-
ch delantero y adaptacin para
cargar tuco. Plataforma do ace-
ro. Afonciai Globales, Via Ii-
pafta 121. Tal. 3-1503..
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Empleodo que sepa
cocinar, lavar y planchor, debe
dormir en casa. Calle Estudiante
No. 75. Apto. 3
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada. Ca-
lle 30 Este No. 21, oltos, atrs, es-
quina Justo Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te paro dos. que duerma en el
empleo. Avenido cuador No. 16.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
)E ALQUILAN:Exclus./emente po-
ro oticnos tocles cntricos en tos
altos da Avenido Control 44 o
precio mdico. Solicitan Infor-
macin an Almacenos 5 V 10 cen-
tavos
SI ALQUILA:O Venda. Local es-
pacilo can bancas da primera
paro mercado. SI lo intereso hago
su propuesta a los telfono 3-
0338 o 2-3333.
SE ALQUIL*:Local pora oficina
arriba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Local para depsito.
1.000 M2, bajo techo, antiguo
Fbrica de Mosoicos Ideo!. Corre-
tera Tronslstmica. entrada Locerio
Tel. 3-0698. seor Ner-
SE ALQUILA:Local comercio! si-
tuado Avenido Centrol y Colle U.
refirase al telfono 3-0287 du-
rante horas de trabajo-
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto completa-
mente o mob lodo pora hombre so-
lo. Cali Colombia No. 8, apar-
tamento 5. Telfono 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto independiente
con o sin muebles, en residencia
particular. Bella Vista. Callo 45
No. 14.
SE ALQUILA:Un cuarto, callo la.
Perejil. Casa 14 Apto. 12.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto o persona sol-
tero o soltara de buenas' costum-
bres en Bella Visto, calle 45 Este
No. 22. Solicite llaves en planta
baja.
SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos a hom-
bros solos da buenos costumbres
Ave. Ancn 27 oltos.
SE ALQUILA:~-Cuorto frente ol mor
todo comodidad, servicio sanitario
independiente, excelente vecinda-
rio. Inmediata estoon autobuses
No. 5. primera escolera. Ploza 2
de Enero,
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento de 3
cuartos con balcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Avenida Central
No. 125- Tel. 2-3491.
SE ALQUILA: Moderno aparta-
mento amoblado, de una recma-
ra, sola-comedor, cocina, bao, re-
frigeradora, telfono. Edificio Nue-
vo Tvoli, 'colle Roch 14 Apt. 3-
B entre Avenida Tvoli y calle Es-
tudionte. Precio B.85.00. Verlo da
3 o 6 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:Cmodo apartamen-
to moderno, dos recmaras, Calla
3o., final, San Francisco de la
Coleto. Informes en la mismo
caso.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento mo-
derno, independiente, de una re-
cmara. Amoblado, o sin amoblar.
Via Belisario Porras 168.
SE ALQUILAApartamento en San
Francisco de la Caleta. Informes
Estacin Gosolina Son Jos, Via
Espaa No. 2>
SE ALQUILA: Departamento de
porch, cocina, comedor, un serv-
ci y tres cuartos, todo de concre-
to y fresco. Transporte frecuente.
Entrada por Via Espaa. Carras-
quilla, calle segunda No. 48, te-
lfono 3-0471.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
cada una, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleada, instalacin agua calien-
te, en buena vecindad. Bella Vista,
Calle 44 No. 32, Apto. 4, Tel-
fono 3-0815.
SE ALQUILA:Apartorrento fresco,
cntrico, dos recj-naros, cocina,
servicios independiantes. balcn,
altos. Avenida A No. 16. B.60.00,
SE ALQUILA:Elegante apartamen-
to una recmara, servicios, cocini-
ta y porch. Informes personal-
mente en Mercodo Modelo, calle
29 Este y Justo Arosemeno. No
Home por telfono.
SE ALQUILA:Pieza en 35.00.
bajos, 15 Oeste No. 42. Informes
Avenida A No. 16.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, sala, comedor, recmara, co-
cina, bao y patio. Frente Univer-
sidad. Ave. Jos de Fbrega 14.
Pasadena.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento, sala
comedor, dos recamaros, completa-
mente amoblado, estufa gas y re-
frigeradora completamente inde-
pendiente. Bella Vista, Calle 43
No. 64.
LECCIONES
SEORA:Graduada en Conservato-
rio Europeo, ensea Piano y Acor-
den Garantiza rpido aprendiza-
je, mtodo ultramoderno. Informes
Tel. 3-3908. Llamar de 8 a 4 p
INGLES!!
Por demonda, Aubrey Stewart, M.
A., profesor del Instituto Nacional,
especialista en lo enseonza del in-
gls, comenzar, otra vez, sus clases
particulares. ,
INGLES!!
Aprenda ingls fino, pronunciocin
elegante con Aubrey Stewart que
tiene preparacin tcnica de Coljm-
hi.i University, Nuevo York. Llame
2-3779 u ocurra Avenido Central 98,
apartamento 14.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: -Persona poro ven-
der exclusivamente mquinas de
coser, hablar ingls y castellano, a
base de comisin, escriba aparta-
do 537, Panam.
SE NECESITA:Norteamericano bi-
linge con experiencia en admi-
nistracin, ventas y negocio en ge-
nero!, desea posicin. Escriba J. D.
Apdo. 134. Panom.
SE NECESITA:Por motivo do en-
sanche y demanda, dos ebanistas,
un barnizador competente. Vio
Belisario Porros No. 130.
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleadas
que hoblen castellano e ingls.
Bueno apariencia. Pora informes
Almacn Zig Zog.
SE NECESITAN: Dos jvenes con
experiencia en ventas y buena
presencio. AMERICAN PROTEC-
TION, Ave. Central No. 47. Apto.
23, oltos. Panam, Avenido Bal-
boa y Colle 6. Arena de Coln.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Moz amarillo o B
4.50 quintal. Fbrica de Molino
Criollo. Panam.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a tV.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E #22
Tel 3-1713
GUIA
COMERCIAL
EXIJA SIEMPRE
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES
Y EN TAMAOS CHICOS
Aceite Eldorado
Da venta an
EL BATURRO
AVISO
a nuestros clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin lleg el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera vez hay en
Panam latas de 3 Vi o.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam K
CARBURO DE CALCIO
en latas de 2 y 10 libras.
RASTRILLOS, AZADO-
NES y ESCOBAS DE A-
CER0 PARA JARDN
HACHAS Y COAS (2,
2}, 3 y 3T lbs.)
MAZOS Y PIQUETAS.
Ricardo a. Mir,
5. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este # Tel. 2-2600
Romanas 'Defecto'
Todos los Estilos
Esponjas de Brillo
Horquillas
de tender ropa
Machetes 'Collins'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
o La ms antigua,
a La mis acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SIS ORDENES.
Rio Abajo #2154Tel. 3-M24
Alagaren Calle "I" #4
Tel. 2-1752
ULTIMA HORA
El equipo de ftbol Deportivo
Ditran, ha tenido que retrasar
su salida hacia San Jes de Coa
ta Rica, debido a desperfecto*
de ltima hora en el avin, que
han dado lujar a una inveati-
cacln para conocer las eausas-
La partida de los futbolistas
estaba anunciada para las II
de esta maana, pero esta tar-
de a las 2, se encontraban an
en el Aeropuerto de Tocisncn.
Directorio del PRI
elige directiva
El Directorio del PRI egi
U siguiente Directiva:
talo Jos Zappl: Presidente;
Enrique Diaz Porras: Vice-Pr-
sdente; Olga Yanis: SecreUiia
Genera; Homero Bethancourt:
Tesorero.
Son miembros asimismo d'-'l
Directorio Provincial los alguien
tes seores: Jos Marta Alva.cz,
Carlos A. Burgos, Jorge A. Cal-
dern, Alberto A. Cuellar. Ro-
dolfo U. Castrelln, Anselmo
Castro J., Toms Franceschi,
Carlos L- Icaza, Jos A. Sierra,
Mario Velasquez, Horacio Alfa-
ro Jr.
GANGA!
ESMALTE PARA PISOS,
a B/.3.50 el galn.
ESPEJOS 8"x36"
a B 2.00 cada uno.
VIDRIOS CURV0&-16"
x. 44" a B/. 2.75.
GANCHOS PARA CAMA
a B/.0.6S.
MUEBLERA
EUROPEA
Ave. Central j CaUe 21 E. #1
Tela. 2-1830 y 2-1133
REFRIGERADORAS
"FRIGIDAIRE"
Precios Especiales
l\ ID HbcCT^.e^ljH
Tal. 2-2847
Vendemos
Solamente
Materiales
de
Construccin
de
Primera
Calidad
NUESTRO NOMBRE
ES SU GARANTA.
Are. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sosa No. S
Tel. 3-1424
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 t 2' 8
Calibre 26
Afenclas Globales
Vil Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
De Peoncito piden
continue Berrocal
en el Patrimonio
8e nos ha trado para su pu-
blicacin lo siguiente:
Seor Ministro:
Los Armantes. abajo mencio-
nados considerando que la la-
bor de Don M. C. Olvez Berro-
1 al frente del Departamento
-j Extensin Agrcola y Patri-
monio Familiar ha sido un vi/-
do reflejo de lo que se puede
hacer a lavor de la masa car.-.-
peslna trabajadora de nuestro
pais, esperamos que Ud- Inspi-
rado en los altos Intereses pa-
trios debe complacemos dejn-
donos al Sr. M. C. Olvez Berro-
cal, al Sr. Lino Vsquez y a la
Srta. Rosa Lee, quienes sen pe -
sonas competentes al frente d*l
Departamento de Extensin A-
gricola y Patrimonio Famlliai.
Respetuosamente, de Ud.
Anra Quiones
(8Iguen ms firmas)
Comunicado del
colsboracln ciudadana con el
gobierno. Y eso es lo que estn
tratando de destruir quienes se
han lanzado a un combate de
tinte personalista cuyo objetivo
evidente es desviar la atencin
publica de ios verdaderos pro-
blemas que. demandan urgente
solucin. En tal circunstancia,
venimos a manifestar, categ-
ricamente, que estamos decidi-
dos- a impedir que se pertur-
be la tarea rectificadora em-
prendida por el Gobierno y se
desfigure el sentido de la ac-
cin histrica que acaba de
cumplir el pueblo panameo.
Par ello, solicitamos de los obre-
roa, campesinos, inteleotuales y
de todos los hombres y mu-
jeres libres de Panam, que re-
chacen toda maniobra dirigida
a obstaculizar la labor de res-
tauracin administrativa y po-
ltica enunciada por el Presi-
dente de la Repblica, don Al-
clbades Arosemena, y cuya
realizacin es un imperativo
actual de la Patria".
Miguel ngel Ordnes, Minis-
tre de Gobierno y Justicia.
Ignacio Molino, Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores.
Vctor Navas, Ministro de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro.
Ricardo J. Berntdei, Minis-
tre le Educacin.
Norberlo Navarre, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas.
David Samudio, Ministro de
Agricultura, comercio e Indus-
trias.
Juan A. Galinde, Ministro de
Trabajo, Previsin Social y Sa-
lud rubrica".
Los comunistas
al amanecer.
Los oficiales aliados piensan
que los chinos, han movilizado
por lo menos eulrtro reBlinlen-
tos, y posiblemente dos divisio-
nes, en el rea de Yongchong
para proteger a Chorwon. Yong-
chong se encuentra a seis millas
al norte del Paralelo y fu en
un tiempo la tierra de nadie.
Los rojos tambin han obte-
nido xitos temporales en el
fr-.nte oriental. Dos batallones
nor-Coreanos que contra-ataca-
ron en el camino Jlnje Hyong
al sur-este de Inje lograron
abrirse paso por entre las po-
siciones aliadas en un punto al
nor-este de Inje. Los aliados
restablecieron sus lineas en una
fiera batalla oue le cost a los
rolos ms de 300 hombres.
Se cree que tres regimientos
rojos estn tratando de huir
hacia el nor-oeste hacia Yanggu
para evitar ser cercados.
La ofensiva del Octavo Ejr-
cito oarece haber sido detenida
a todo lo largo del frente de-
bido a la tenaz resistencia co-
munista y la lluvia que ha con-
yertldo a los caminos en pan-
tanos.
Se espera que vuelva a re-
nacer la calma, temporalmente,
mientras ambos bandos traen
refuerzos y abastecimientos pa-
ra el nuevo asalto.
Tanto los aliados como los
comunistas mantienen- casi las
mismas posiciones que ocupa-
ban antes que los rojos lanza-
ran su costosa ofensiva de pri-
mavera el 22 de abril.
Los aliados lograron sellar
la ltima ruta de escape de
los comunistas en el frente cen-
tral ayer, al capturar la re-
presa de Hwachon a unas ocho
millas ai Norte del Paralelo 38.
Sin embargo, casi todos los sol-
dados comunistas que se en-
contraban al sur de la repre-
sa es posible oue hayan esca-
pado hacia el Norte.
Las unidades aliadas al Oeste
de Hwachon capturaron ayer a
47C comunistas y se incautaron
de gran nmero de armas v ve-
hculos, incluyendo un can de
ios milmetros.
Los aviones de bombardeo y
de combate aliados atacaron en
medio de las nubes bajas a las
concentraciones de trosas ro-
jas y a los convoves de abas-
tecimiento. Darticularmente en
el rea de Pyongyang.
Comit organizador
de la feria agradece
cooperacin pblica
El Comit Organizador de la
Feria, al clausurarse sta, e
iniciarse el periodo de liquida-
cin, cree su deber hacer p-
blicas las siguientes manifesta-
ciones:
El Comit se siente satisfecho
del resultado de su labor. Con-
sidera que la Feria ha llenado
en gran parte su objetivo, a
opinin unnime se ha expre-
sado en el sentido de sealar
su xito, en el aspecto social
y en el econmico general.
En la empresa se ha luchado
con una serle de obstculos.
Premura del tiempo de pre-
paracin, a todas luces insu-
ficiente para un empeo de esta
envergadura. Carencia de- la
ayuda econmica del Estado, en
las proporciones que le fueron
brindadas a otras ferias. Las
circunstancias polticas, ponien-
do en el primer plano de- la
atencin nacional los aconteci-
mientos de todos conocidos, re-
dujeron durante la semana an-
terior, en la cual la Feria se
debi realizar, y en la que se
celebr, el Inters colectivo por
ella. Pese a todas estas con-
trariedades, y otras que se se*
alaron la Primera Feria Agro-'
pecuaria, Comercial e Industrial1
de Coln se ha celebrado con.
beneplcito y aplauso general*;
En un Informe y en una me-i
mora que se prepararn una
vez obtenidos y ordenados todos,
los datos necesarios, este Co-
mit har el estudio crtico su labor, con objetividad plenaj
y con la intencin de que ese]
estudio sirva para obtener de la
experiencia pasada las leccio-
nes para el mejor acierto de ios
organizadores de la Oran Feria
del Centenario, durante el pr-
ximo ao.
Por anticipado, el Comit de-
sea, hacer pblica expresin de
su agradecimiento y del agra-
decimiento de la Ciudad de
Coln por las cooperaciones y
colaboraciones generosas (qua
ms detalladamente se expre*
sern en el informe y la memo-
ria) de numerosas entidades?
Agricultores, Comerciantes
Industriales, no solo de esta
ciudad y su provincia, sino da
Panam y del Interior de la
Repblica, que cubrieron loa
bonos que hicieron posible la'
financiacin de la Feria y le-'
go enriquecieron con sus expo-,
siclones los pabellones de staH
a los artistas- que la embelle-
cieron con contribuciones de'
distintos gneros; a las entida-
des cvicas, como los Rotarlos,
Leones. Tigres, Club' -Interame-
rlcano de Mujeres, Club Tropi-
cal, etc; a los Departamentos
Of leales,, /41n|iterlq *> Agri-i
cultura y comercio, 'de'' Obras
Pblicas que nos dieron ayuda'
tcnica y moral; a las Cma-
ras de Comercio de Panam yi
Coln, Departamento ue Tu-
rismo, al Cuerpo de Polica Na-
cional, al Cuerpo de Bomberos,
y a numerosos particulares, que
con sus donativos o con su tra-
bajo, colaboraron en esta em-
presa colectiva. Y sobre todo ai
la Prensaal Sindicato de Pe-i
rlodistas a los diarios de I
Capital y Semanarios de Coln,
que con generosidad sin limites,
en unin de las Radios, hicie-
ron la propaganda de la Feria.
En la memoria quedar cons-
tancia particularizada' de esta
nuestro reconocimiento, as co-
mo el debido a nuestros buenoa
vecinos de la Zona del Canal
y a las Colonias Extranjeras.
para evitar escasez
de papel presentan
una proposicin
MEXICO, D. F. Mayo 31 (UPV
Alberto Baltra Corts, jte
de la delegacin de Chile en la:
cuarta conferencia de la Com!-'
sln Econmica de las Naclci.e,
Unidas para la Amerita Latin]
dijo que someter una proposl-i
cn para aliviar la escasez da]
papel peridico en Latino Am-.
rica. <
Dijo que la proposicin se ba-j
sar en una resolucin a tal e-
fecto adoptada en la cuarta
conferencia de Cancilleres Ame-
ricanos celebrada recientcmeut
en Washington. La resoluelea
estipula la creacin de una or*
ganizacin internacional paia
la distribucin adecuada de pa-
pel de publicaciones.
Baltra manifest que su dele-
gacin har otras proposiciones
de "gran inters" para Latina)
Amrica pero se neg rev su naturaleza ni cundo sern
presentadas.
'^a "El Ayiso Oportuno"
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it EVES. MATO 31, 1951
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDPEDIENTl
^AUINA SIR!
Se estrena hoy en "Eldorado"
la cinta 'Y Muri por Nosotros'
Como emocionado homenaje
la los hroes cados en las glo-
Iriosas JornadasV cvicas, Eldo-
Irad presenta noy, en rlguro-
lao estreno, una pelcula muy
I aleccionadora' "... Y... Muri
[por Nosotros", basada en la
I historia de, un soldado de las
abnegadas legiones del Magis-
jterlo "que, cual nuestros hroes
I de mayo, entreg su vida en
I holocausto de la libertad y del
[bienestar de sus semejantes. Y
liu sacrificio no fue en vano. Un
Itema profundo, magnficamen-
te Interpretado por Felipe de
Mba, Carlos Lpez Moctezuma,
ella Magaa, Carlos Orellana,
fitina y Andrs Soler.
'...Y... Muri por Nosotros",
exhibe en doble programa
sn la comedia de las Corne-
lias "Escuela para Casadas'1, la
pelcula que aterroriza a los
esposos, porque dicen que las
damas aprenden lo que no de-
bieran saber. Charito Granados.
jis Aldas y Che Reyes, enca-
bezan el reparto de este film
aue ha trado la revolucin en
ios los hogares, porque los
posos estn perdiendo "la 11-
ertad... de movimiento".
Y tan sensacional doble pro-
grama, Eldorado, el teatro po-
pular por excelencia, lo ofrece a
50 centavos.
Recurdelo, desde hoy, "...Y
...Muri por Nosotros", con
"Escuela para Casadas", el me-
jor programa del fin de sema-
na, en Eldorado, a precio popu-
lar de SO centavos.
encarga maana de la Presidencia
ELIMINE
LAS CANAS
"ACEITE VEGETAL
MEXICANO PERFUMADO"
Devuelve a loe cabellos eu
primitivo color, hayan eido
stos rubios, castaos
o negroa.
No es nocivo No mancha
Es un producto de calidad.
PREMIADO EN VARIAS
EXPOSICIONES
i
MAANA COMIENZA
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con Gangas y Reducciones
de Precios jams vistos
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
H.C. Don Hernando A. Mar-
iis talen se encargar el da
de maana de la Presidencia
del Consejo Municipal, cargo
para el cual fu electo hace
dos das per el voto unnime
de su* colegas.
El Concejal Martli. es un des-
tacado elemento del Partido
Renovador y representa a esta
agrupacin poltica en el seno
de la Cmara EdlUcia. Actuar
durante el periodo que se inicia
maana Junto con el seor
Mrtir, el H.C. Jos Zardn cor-
mo Vice-Presidente de la Cor-
poracin.
Lo Onu puede evitar
la guerra, declara
el Embajador Austin
ATLANTIC CITY. Nueva Jer-
sey, Mayo 31 (USIS) El obje-
tivo inmediato de las Naciones
Unidas de evitar la tercera gue-
rra mundial puede lograrse si
las naciones libres del munOo
mantienen su fuerza, unidad y
cooperacin, na declarado el
embajador Warren R. Austin.
Los comunistas hoy, como lo
nazis hace diez aos, estn hu-
clendo uso de la paloma de la
paz como smbolo para encubrir
la expansin de la tuerza de la
Unin Sovitica pare hacer la
guerra: tfijo el seor Austin, 1*-
fe de la delegacin de EsUUos
Unidos en la ONU.
El seor Austin' habl ante la
Convencin Anual de Rotary
International, acto al cual asis-
tieron rotarlos y miembros de
sus familias, procedentes de 60
pases. .. _
Aunque 1 Kremlin' dice que
quiere.la paz, no es ella la us-
na clase de paz que quiere el
mundo, dijo Austin, quien agre-
g: "No, los Imperialistas comu-
nistas quieren la paz del lobo
despus de haber devorado a la
oveja la paz de saciarse. Lo im-
portante que hay que notar en
estos momentos es que hemos
hallado la manera de salvar las
obstrucciones soviticas- Graces
a las lecciones de Corea hemos
hallado el camino para evitar
que las Naciones Unidas sen
de nuevo tomadas de sorpresa
por la agresin".
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* veces par semana: Rpido, y cmodo
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PAGINA I
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE

JUEVES, MATO SI, 1951
Se aadir un vuelo
dominical al horario
la Panamerican
Incrementando por segunda
tez desde el lo. de mayo su ser-
vicio de turismo entre Panai:
y Miami, la Pan American
World Airways ha anunciado
que a partir del da 3 de uni
aadir un vuelo dominical a
los actuales horarios.
Inform la empresa que los
Clippers del econmico servicio
partirn de Miami con destino
:i Panam todos los dias me.ios
los mircoles y que en direcc *'n
opuesta el servicio se realizara
diariamente con excepcin de
los jueves.
Cuatro de los seis vuelos dia-
rios se electuarn en forma di-
recta y los dos restantes con t-
calas en Camagey, Cuba y
Kingston, Jamaica.
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3:45 Coctel musical
.4:15 Noticiero
4:15 Selecciones variadas
4:30 Dedicatorias
6:00 Vibraciones del Aira
Nacho Valds
6:15 Filigranas musicales
6:30 Msica escogida
6:45 Msica variada
7:00 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Ron Carta Vieja
PANAMA
COLON
7:15
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:15
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
AM.
Mi Marido. Dramatizacin
Cortesa de "Camel"
El Molino Silencioso
Dramatizacin
Por los Senderos
de la Historia
Bailables /populares
El Favorito de Hoy
Cantares de Espaa
Msica variada
Acordes porteos
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Msica favorita
Radio Teatro de Amrica
Cancionero nocturnal
Msica sin palabras
Buenas noches
MAANA VIERNES
9:00
9:30
10:45
11:06*
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
12:50
1:00
1:16
1:30
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2:05
2:30
2:45
El Correo del Da
Dedicatorias
Noticiero
El mundo del vals
El Molino Silencioso.
Dramatizacin
Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
Serenata espaola
Noticiero "Casa Sparton
Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Pinturas Pabco
Comentarios Deportivo!
Guillermo Rolla
Boleros de moda
Cantares de Amrica
Noticiero Lotera Naciopal
Orquestas de saln
Sendas Musicales,
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3:15 Sucesos de 1* Humanidad
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Por qu sufrir
picazn?
Cuando * tenga Irritacin * la
pltl y la plcacn corialgulenle. apli-
quis el ungento Koxene que ea
calmante y refreacante. Loa millares
de persons* qua lo han uaado con-
vienen en que no hay nada mejor
que ese ungento altamente antisp-
tico para producir Inmediato alivio
de la picazn .pues elimina toda.
afeccin local j devuelve su norma-
ldad a la piel. Tngase siempre en
la casa pues es Igualmente erica
para barros, erupciones, quemadu-
ras, plcadaa de Insectos y otraa Irri-
taciones de la piel. Esti ds venta
d las principales farmacia.
6:00 Himno Nacional.
Buenos dias
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca internacional
8:30 Hablan los astros
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
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Belinda se destaca nuevamente
en Siempre Amanece Otra Vez
Se estrenar en: el Teatro Central el prximo jue-
siete de Junio
/
ves
No hay nada que les cause
mayor terror a los artistas de
cine que eso de que los con-
viertan en prototipo de cual-
quier clue de personaje, por
eso Jane Wyman estaba algo
dudosa de presentarse en el
drama titulado "Siempre Ama-
nece Otra Vez", donde vuelve
a tener un defecto fsico, aun-
que no tan fatal como el que
tuvo en "Belinda". Sin embar-
go, con el triunfo alcanzado
por este drama en el Radio City
Music Hall, y con los honores
que a ella se le 'han hecho por
su actuacin, Jane Wyman ha
quedado convencida de que eso
de que lo conviertan a uno en
el prototipo de algo, no es tan-
ta calamidad si las obras en
que presentan al artista de que
se trate tienen los mritos de
sta, que es una de las escri-
tas por el celebrado novelista
Tennessee Williams, quien ade-
ms ms tarde obtuvo el pre-
mio Pulitzer por la titulada:
"Un Tranva Llamado Deseo",
que es otra de las grandes pro-
ducciones que la Warner Bros.
ha hecho este ao... Para que
Jane Wyman caminara como si
fuera coja y no tuviera que
estar pensando en hacerlo ar-
tificialmente, se le puso un a-
parato en el pie que la obli-
gaba a andar como si realmen-
te estuviera lisiada, pero el
dolor que el aparato le causaba
era tan Intento que tuvieron
que ponerle un forro de goma
en la parte Interior del mismo...
Y entre tanto que todas estas
cosas le suceden a la celebra-
da "Belinda" en la pantalla
del eme, su vida se ha conver-
tido en un desfile de admira-
dores en la realidad, pues a
diarlo recibe numerosas Invita-
ciones de los galantes caballe-
ros que frecuentan los mejores
sitios de diversin de Holly-
wood. '
El galn Joven de "81empre
Amanece Otra Vez" se ha con-
vertido en el actor de moda,
destronando asi a Humphrey
Bogart. Nos referimos, natural-
mente, a Kirie Douglas, el ms
chispeante, ms vivo, ms gil
y ms esbelto de los astros re-
cientemente consagrados en Ho-
llywood. Divorciado, mujeriego
y despreocupado. Kirk Douglas
es el prototipo del hombre ul-
tramoderno que cuando gana
medio milln gasta milln f,
medio, y lo mismo se refiere
a pesos de oro que a besos qua I
reparte a granel entre sus ya
mencionadas victimas acciden- I
tales, encantadoras y pasaje-
ras.., SI yo fuera soltera y tu-1
viera la oportunidad de elegir
marido cifrara todo mi empe-
o en echarle el lazo a Kirie |
Douglas, porque ser un verda-
dero triunfo que alguna logre |
atraparlo.
Esta pelcula ser presentada
el prximp Jueves en el teatro
Central.
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TARDE 4TOROS


JUEVES, MATO 31, 1951
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tea "El Aviso Oportuno"
mujeres y
hombres
dbiles
. I lrabeo fsico y mental, laa
preocupaciones y los excesos
norman las energas y producen
acotamiento. Si smaaece can-
ssds, so siento abatida a las
pocas horas do trabajar y si
menor esfuerzo lo fatiga...
|No espero hasta que sea de-
masiado tardo!
Recuerde que CEREGEN ayuda
a rec upor arel vigor yet poso, al
recuperar el apetite.
CEREGEN ostiaul. el apetite
y proporciona al organismo
minralos esenciales, tiles en
los casos do debilidad y
agotamiento.
CEREGEN os do MtJea rpida,
tambin para nines y conva-
lecientes.
Consulta a su medico. Exija
CEREGEN
En dificultades se encuentra
el Ferrocarril de Chiriqu
Tiene que apurar los cobros
para poder pagar planillas
de empleados y las cuentas
Visitaron la Provincia de
Chiriqu funcionarios del
Punto Cuatro de Truman
DAVID, mayo 31. (Especial).
A fines de la pasada se-
mana estuvieron en nuestra
ciudad de visita, altos funcio-
narlos del Instituto de Asuntos
Interamericanos que tienen a
su cargo el desarrollo en nues-
tro pas del programa conjun-
to de desarrollo educacional y
de salud pblica que constitu-
ye el Servicio Cooperativo In-
teramericano, a cargo en nues-
tro pas de ese Instituto y los
Ministerios de Educacin y Pre-
visin Social respectivamente.
Los funcionarlos aludidos son
el seor Ernest C. Jeppsen, di-
rector del Servicio Cooperativo
de Educacin, el doctor J. O.
Townsend, Jefe de la Misin
Cooperativa de Salud Pblica,
y el Ing. seor Arthur H. Ho-
Uoway.
Desde hace muchos meses vie-
ne laborando en el colegio F-
lix Olivares O, ese servicio co-
operativo de educacin, habien-
do establecido all los cursos
vocacionales que ahora, con la
instalacin de maquinarlas y
otras facilidades, cubrir tam-
bin las Artes Industriales y,
adems, la Educacin Rural en
condiciones similares a las es-
tablecidas en el Colegio Abel
Bravo de Coln y otros del pais.
Por su parte el Servicio Co-
operativo de Salud Pblica, es-
t preparando conjuntamente
con el Ministerio de Previsin
Social un amplio programa de
trabajo que debe llevarse a la
prctica a partir del mea de
julio prximo y que cubrir di-
versos aspectos importantes de
Salud Pblica, tanto de sanea-
miento de las poblaciones co-
mo de educacin sanitaria, hi-
giene, etc.
Tomando en cuenta la enor-
me importancia de estos ser-
vicios, publicaremos desde hoy,
por algunos das, una seccin
dedicada a Informar a nues-
tros lectores, ya que es una
labor de gran alcance y que
debe conocerse a fin de que sea
aprovechada debidamente.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
QiSLM^th
HOY -
ESTRENO de FIN de SEMANA?
3:00, 4:20, 5:45, 7:30, 9:10 p.m.
UNA PELCULA CONMOVEDORA Y DE APASIONANTE
INTERS!...
Combina, las notas vibrantes y acariciadoras de las obras
musicales con escenas del ms Intenso dramatismo I
,.* la Fama?
ruel dilema
rwauoeTO
nolastinUldi por
GUY ROLFE KATHLEEN BYRON
KATHLEEN RYAN-JEREMY SPENSER
Una Peitcaia TWO CITIES
DtrbuMa par IMYB^-BTOKA
Entre las melodas que se escuchan en esta pelcula se en-
cuentran: La Obertura Obern de Weber, Las Danza* Po-
krotianas de "El Principo Igor" de Borodin, La Marcha Hn-
gara de Berlioz, La Sinfona "Heroica" Nmero 3 en MI Me-
nor de Beethoven y La Fuga de Bach pars.rgano a Do
Menor, ejecutadas por la orquesta Filarmnica do Londres
y la.de SsnCsrlos de aplos.
DAVID, mayo 31. (Especial).
De acuerdo con informes que
ha obtenido este diarlo, el Fe-
rrocarril Nacional e Chlrlqui
viene desde hace meses en se-
rlas dificultades econmicas por
diversas calsas, hasta el punto
3ue es con mucha irregularl-
ad que atiende el pago de sus
compromisos con el comercio
local y para los das de pago
de planillas tiene que apurar
extraordinariamente sus cobros
para completar lo necesario, si
tanto que para esas fechas pa-
raliza casi totalmente todos sus
dems pagos.
Ce nos ha dado como razo-
nes entre otras, la disminucin
considerable de sus ingresos
porque el Ferrocarril tiene aho-
ra ramales que no le produ-
cen entradas y que antes eran
fuentes de buenos Ingresos, asi
como sus altos gastos de ope-
racin y fuertes obligaciones
bancarlas que tiene que aten-
der por inversiones elevadas he-
chas en administraciones ante-
riores, obligaciones esas que el
ferrocarril tiene que afrontar
sin entradas suficientes.
Tambin se nos ha Informa-
do que el Banco Nacional se
ha visto en la necesidad de cor-
tar el sobreglro que el Ferro-
carril tenia all y parte del cr-
dito bancarlo de nuestra ms
Importante empresa ferrocarri-
lera se encuentra paralizado.
Seria conveniente ante esta si-
tuacin q' los altos funcionarlos
del Ministerio de Hacienda y
Obras Pblicas tomasen las me-
didas del caso para evitar a
esta empresa una situacin de
completa bancarrota.
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PRESENTAN!
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TEATRO LUX =
Carta que dMtlUn veneno. Barritas por
una mano misterio**, qut siembra la
duda f traicinI...
Ch*rsa Uaea Ceastaat*
BOY DABNBXX fHrTH
"CRTA$"VENOSAS"
CENTRAL
John PAYNE Maureeen
CHARA, en
"TRIPOLI''
(en colores)
HIGH ADVI
THE
U.S. M
BELLA VISTA
La Historia de un Oenio
Musical de 10 aos I
Las mi* conmo-
vedora* emocio-
na y la m* be-
lla milca reuni-
das en una pe-
lcula Inolvida-
ble:...
PRELUDIO
a
2 TEATRO CECILIA 2
UN DRAMA QUE LE LLEGARA AL ALMA!
Sasaa Harward William Lnndlraa, ea
"UN HOMBRE Y SU ALMA"
I En Coloras)
"LA
Isataa: Tji Pairar,
MARCA DEL ZORRO*
TEATRO TROPICAL
AUNQUE UD. NO LO CBBA
YA LA COMUNICACIN IN-
TXBFLANBTAKIA EFECTIVA
EXISTE...
TEA...
"De la Tierra a la Luna"
TEATRO ENCANTO
WAHOO!
A las 1:00 p.m. WAHOOI
I115.M en Premios!
Anton Walbrook. en
"LA REINA DE ESPADAS"
La Pandilla NeoyorUna. en
"AFORTUNADOS DEL
________ AZAR"
TEATRO TIVOLI
EL JUICIO DEL
DOCTOR ARNULFO ARIAS
Aderaos: -
"LA VIDA DE MANOLETE"
Y Des SoberbUa Pllculaa!___
TEATRO IRIS
Mara AateaUeta Pon, ea
"LA REINA DEL TRPICO"
Silvana Berk, en
"SIETE PARA UN
SE^ETO"
HISPANO
Humphrey Boaart, ea
"HURACN do PASIONES"
- Adema*:
Randolph Scott ea
M-T .4*"
VARIEDADES

La Historia de una Mujer
sin Escrpulos!...
INANDI
FERN
Vlclor
JUNCO
"FLOR DE
SANGRE"
Prohibida para Menores s
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
NOCHE DE BANCO!
B.2MM Gratis para el Mollea
A las S y f p.m.
Bicardo Montalbin. en
"ENTRE EL GUILA Y
LA SERPIENTE"
Adems: Montgomery Clin, en
^"I^inSOl!KI>A"^
TEATRO VICTORIA
'Tom Neal Carole Matthews, en
"AVENTURA AMAZNICA"
Ademas: John Calvert
Catherine Crai*. en
"CITA CON LA MUERTE"
TEATRO EDISON
GBANDIOSO DOBLB!
"LA ROSA BLANCA"
"VEN A COMPARTIR
MI
VISTERMOSA
PACIFICO
William Rolden, en
"D* Mala EatraSa"
Abbott y CoateUe. en
"CONTRA LOS ASESINOS"
Phyllis Calvert Stewart
Granger, ea
4adona d Jas^Lonaa*
APOLO
BUnquIta Amare, ea
A LA HABANA
MB TOT"
Continan protestando desde
a porque no se iniciar
carretera por ese sector
Bugabi
la
FJ siguiente mensaje ha sido
enviado al Ingeniero Norbcrto
Navarro.
Seor Ing- Norberto Navarro
Ministro de Obras Pblicas
Panam Ciudad Capital.
Seflor Ministro:
Con el debido acatamiento y
sin distingos polticos de nin-
guna clase, nos dirigimos a Ud
para manifestarle nuestra In-
conformidad con la noticia pe-
riodstica de ltima hora, en la
que se afirma de que los tra-
bajos de la carretera Interame-
rlcana sern comenzados oe
David hacia Remedios, y no
de David a Concepcin como >e
habla anunciado antes.
Por lo que se dice, pues, Indi-
ca que se abandons la idea muy
alentadora para todo el Distri-
to de Bugaba, de que se iba a
dar comienzo a los mencionados
trabajos, tanto de David hacia
Panam, como de David hacia
occidente. Y a esto es lo gue
deseamos manifestarnos en con
tra, confiando todava de que
tal medida no sea verdica ni
definitiva, pidindole al Sr. Mi-
nistro que no se descarte la pri-
mera intencin de dar comienzo
simultneamente s la obra ha-
cia Remedios y hacia Con-
cepcin.
Nadie Ignora, sea que venga
de afuera o que vaya hacia a-
ll, de que Is via de Concepcin
se encuentra casi siempre en un
estado lamentable, dando lugar
a los constantes desperfectos
que sufren los cientos de ve-
hculos que trafican diariamente,
cuyos gastos de reparacin man
tiene a los dueos en un esUdo
de desequilibrio desesperante.
Por tal razn, impetramos ios
firmantes todos, la Idea y el de-
seo de que el Seor Ministro,
una ves que se d cuenta de
nuestro inters manifestado a-
irlba, no mire con Indiferencia
o que le pide este pueblo que lo
conoce por sus activas ejecuto-
rias en bien de la comunidad.
Sin entrar en otras considera-
ciones de peso para que esta
sector de la provincia chirlcana
sea favorecido en tal forma, not
detenemos a pensar solamente.
cual o cuales pueden ser i*a
causas que otras administracio-
nes lo han mantenido mucho
en olvido, pues sin Ir muy lejos,
reenrmados la actitud discrimi-
natoria que se tuvo para con
esta Importante seccin en la
elaboracin del ltimo Presu-
puesto del Estado.
La Concepcin, Mayo 24 de Il31
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
MAANA COMIENZA
NUESTRA GRAN VENTA ANUAL
con Gangas y Reducciones
de Precios jams vistos
MOTTA'S
COLON SOLAMENTE
ELDORADO
HOY
ESTRENO DE FIN DE SEMANA
EN DOBLE PROGRAMA, A
50 CENTAVOS!...
* ESTRENO *
...y...Muri Por Nosotros
COMO OFRENDA A LOS CADOS EN LAS GLORIOSAS
JORNADAS CVICAS OFRECEMOS E8TA PELCULA!
- con -
FELIPE DE ALBA
Carlos Lpez Moctezuma
DELIA MACARA
CARLOS ORELLANA
TITINA
ANDRES SOLER
POR LA LIBERTAD!
Por nosotros, sacrific su
vida un Apstol del
Magisterio!!

y, SU SACRIFICIO,
NO FUE EN VANO!
Todos les debemos tributo a los Maestros que nos
ensearon con Amor as primeras letras, y esta kisto-
rid es el pblico reconocimiento a su Meritoria Labor!
* REPRISE
LA COMEDIA DE LAS
COMEDIAS!...
La pelcula que todos los
maridos temen Como a un
Tornado!...
ESCUELA PARA
CASADAS...
- con -
CHARITO GRANADOS
LUIS ALDAS,
CHE REYES
Las esposas aprenden lo que
no deben, y los esposos que-
dan... sin libertad de movi-
miento!...
DOBLE PROGRAMA CON ESTRENO DE FIN DE SEMANA
AL PRECIO POPULAR DE 50 CENTAVOS!
HOYI
ESTRENO
da Fin de
SEMANA!
PRESIDENTE
CON AIM ACONOICIONADt)
Una pelcula realis-
ta con el sabor de ls
tragedla y romanes
de los que viven en
las sombras de loa
Barrios Bajos de la
Ciudad...!
Y / ntmo que enerva y apasiona de la Tamborera del
compositor panameo: VICTOR CAVALLI
LA COCALECA
NINON SEVILLA TITO JUNCO RITA MONTANER J
PEREZ PRADO Y SU ORQUESTA
VICTIMAS DEL PECADO*


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El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Gestionarn El Viaje De Varios Canasteros ^^
Del Exterior Para Jugar En El Campeonato retuvo el ttulo
_______ ..EVES, MATO II, HI
El nuevo quinteto
Carta Vieja ha
revelado ese plan
Par BETO TEJADA
Maana a las 5.00 de la tar-
le se reunir en el Gimnasio
Nacional la Directiva de la Li-
ga Provincial de Basketball con
Jos representantes de los equi-
pos Femeninos y Menor Mas-
-cullno, para ultimar detalles
referente a las aperturas de
los respectivos circuitos el
:, .sbado 2 en el Gimnasio Na-
.'. -clonal a las 7.00 de la noche.
La Liga en su reunin de
[ 'mifh. acord designar a Pe-
dffTJullp Prez, Miembro de la
.Federacin Wacional de Basket-
"'ball y del Comit Nacional
Olmpico, para que se encargue
del lanzamiento de honor en
el primer juego de la categora
menor masculina. En el circuito
mayor femenino lo har el Sr.
Ministro de Educacin, y en la
Mayor Masculina Rafael Ton-
ga" Martnez, gloria de nues-
tro basketball. Se acord que en
lo sucesivo se distinguirn a
nuestras glorias basketboleras,
en la forma como la de Mart-
nez.
Precios especiales para colegiales
A fin de que todos los cole-
giales puedan presenciar los
juegos de Basketball, se acord I
sealarles el precio especial de
B.0.10 para todos aquellos que |
tengan identificacin. La Liga
se dirigir a log diferentes plan-
', teles educativos comunicndoles
esta decisin.
Importarn Jugadores
Por primera vez en Panama
se traern canasteros del ex-
terlor para reforzar equipos de
i ."Basketball El Sr. ngel Grl-
mas, representante del equipo
Carta Vieja (ex-Cyrnosi, nos
manifest anoche que tratar
de^ibtener un fuerte refuerzo
iaaa su equipo. De no poder
ograr a Parren e Ingram, ea-
; trellas de la Zona del Canal,
gestionara el viaje de dos o
Uu jugadores de Cuba, Puerto i
Rico y Mxico. El Sr. Grimas |
esta dispuesto a ofrecerles tra-
*"TO7o en esta plaza para que
I Jueguen para su equipo.
I Finaliz anoche la
1 justa de bolos
Estado Final de loa Equipos
Torneo "Duran" de Rolos
* delecta ............. 40 24 625
* mike ............. M 15 .80
Tropical ............ 17 17 .578
Boyal ................ 84 ti .563
Entrometidos ..... S3 SI .583
arrtins .......... 88 34 .449
Pinocho ............ 88 34 .438
Balbo a............. 24 40 475.
C. Vieja............ ti 43 .328;
El Torneo de Bolos "Caf Du-
tan" termin con todo xito
anoche en las canchas del Clubj
' Martlnz con un triunfo del Pi-
nocho sobre el Balboa por la!
via del blanqueo. G. Grlmaldo,
y C. Barba con serles de 541 y
504 respectivamente fueron los
mejores anotadores.
Las anotaciones fueron:
DEBER RENDIR MEJOR LABOR EN LA SEGUNDA VUELTA. Presentamos aqu al con-
junto de ftbol Deportivo Hispano, que marcha actualmente en el tercer lugar del Cam-
peonato de la Divisin Mayor de la Liga Provincial de Panam. Es uno de los oncenos pe-
ligrosos v aguerridos de la contienda, y est formado por (de izquierda a derecha), parados:
Lombardito, masajista; Alonso, Representante; Ambrosio, Escobar, Colon, Tello Arosemena,
Lynch, Carrillo y Pancho; agachados: Mendoza, Cheln Arosemena, Magalln, el guardameta
Porras, Mlckle y Berrio. _____ '
Los Medias Blancas Aumentaron
Su Ventaja En El Primer Lugar
De La L.A. Al Ganar 2 Veces
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
El cubano Conrado Marrero
obtuvo su sexto triunfo al ven-!
cer en el segundo juego a los
Atltlcos por 6 a 2, despus que I
los Senadores habian perdido el
primero por 5 a 8. Marrero solo
consinti seis hits. En el pri-
mer juego tsoren dio dos jonro- :
nes sin poder evitar la derrota'
de los Senadores, ya que los
Atltlcos le batearon 15 hits
a tres lanzadores.
Mientras tanto los punteros
del circuito americano, los Me-
dias Blancas derrotaron dos ve-
ces a los Carmelitas de San
Luis por 5 carreras a 2 y 8 a 1.
Los Medias Rojas vencieron
dos veces a los Yanquis por
11 a 10 en 15 entradas y nueve
a 4 en el segundo partido. Vein
Stephens rompi el empate con
un jonrn en la dcima quinta
jornada del primer juego des-
pus de haber dos outs y en
el segundo choque dl un senci-
llo que empujo dos carreras y
puso al frente a los Medias Ro-
jas en la sptima entrada. Ted
Williams se distingui al bate
en ambos partidos, en el prime-
ro de los cuales sirvi, para de-
mostrar la magnifica labor de
tapones de Ray Scarborugh por
los Meda Rojas y Frank Shea
por los Yanquis.
En la Liga Nacional
Con cuatro carreras en la
octava entrada del segundo jue
go permitieron a los Phillies
romper la cadena de derrotas
en seis juegos y vencer a los
Dodgers por 7 a 5 despus de
perder el primero por 5 a 3.
Don Newcombe domin en el
primer juego a los Phillies en
todas las entradas.
Los Cardenales vencieron por
4 a 3 v 7 a 3 al os Piratas. En
el primer Juego un jonrn de
Stan Musial rompi el empate
a tres carreras decidiendo el
Necesitan ayuda
los esgrimistas
colonenses
COLON, Mayo 31 (Por Nando
Quintero)Era de justicia la
suma que pedan los depor-
tistas que integran el club de
Esgrima de esta ciudad y se le
dio otro rumbo para negarle la
Sartlda, han manifestado los
itegrantes de Crculo de Es-
grima.
Segn lo Informado por uno
de los principales miembros de
la directiva del Club, el depor-
tista, "Viejo" Blls los esgrimis-
tas solo habian solicitado al
Municipio la suma de cien bal-
boas que segn la misma Co-
misin de Hacienda no tenia
destino fijo en ningn deporte
y esta cantidad era para pe-
dir, a los Estados Unidos un
aparato elctrico que tanta fal-
ta le hace al Club.
Asi pues nos parece que se
debe prestar la ayuda que pi-
den los entusiastas deportistas
del Club de Esgrima de la loca-
lidad, primero por que lo nece-
encuentro. En el segundo Nlp- i ."" J *egund0 ,por tratarse
py Jones fu el ms destacado qu* J* S" mr* ,ca?'on
en
tro
un
el ataque empujando cua-
carreras con un sencillo y
Jonrn.
PINOCHO
Barba 201 172 131 504
Grlmaldo 173 187 181 541
Menasche 133 133 133 399
Brn 162 112 151 435
Acrlch 155 140 156 451
824 744 752 2320
BALBOA
Sosa 133 133 133 399
Mndez 140 171 152 463
De Diego 146 127 121 394
Stagg 149 132 162 463
Cucaln 146 148 160 464
714 731 728 2173
Handicap 13 12 12 36
726 743 740 2209
Los Indios pasaron al cuar-
to lugar de la Liga Americana
al vencer por 3 a 1 y por 4 a
1 a los Tigres. Con la anota-
cin en contra por 1 a 0 el re-
ceptor de los Indios Blrdl Teb-
bet.s dl un Jonrn con uno en
base anotando la carrera que
result la decisiva del segundo
luego.
Un Jonrn con dos en bases
de Forrest Burgess en la no-
vena entrada dl a los Cacho-
rros la victoria por 5 a 1 sobre
loa Rojos en el segundo encuen-
tro despus de haber ganado
stos el primero por 6 a 5.
Los Gigantea y los Bravos di-
vidieron honores triunfandos
stos por 6 a 3 en el segundo
choque despus de perder el
primero en once entradas por
un sencillo de Bobby Thompson
en la undcima entrada con las
bases llenas.
El Mauricio necesit anoche 6 tiempos
para vencer al Bam y los cigarrilleros
obtuvieron su 3er. triunfo en basket
Por ACHET
Roberto de Yicenzo
jugar en torneo
de golf en Oblo
TOLEDO, Ohio. Mayo II, (UP)
La Comisin Organizadora del
torneo de golf Inverness anun-
ci que el argentino Roberto
De Vlcenzo figura entre los 16
jugadores prominentes que par-
ticiparn en la dcima cuarta
celebracin anual de dicho tor-
neo que tendr lugar del 21 al
24 da Junio.
Loa campeones de este torneo
Sam Snead y Jim Ferrer enca-
bezan la lista de jugadores y
jugarn en pareja para defen-
der su oetro.
Otros jugadores que partid-'
paran son: Jimmy Demaret, J.I
Harrison. C a r y Middlecoff.
Lloyd Mangrum, Fred Haas, i
Clayton Haefner. Marty Furgol,'
Johny Palmer, Al Broach, Ed.!
Olivar, Henry Ransom, Pete;
Cooper y Jack Burke.
Los equipos Mauricio y Ches-
terfield triunfaron anoche en
los juegos del campeonato de
Basketball mayor masculina
que ofreci la Liga Provincial
en el Gimnasio.
Mauricio 64Bam 57
Este choque result suma-
mente reido donde el Mauricio
logr su primer xito en esta
campaa: sus contrarios le of re
cleron una tenaz resistencia
dando lugar a dos tiempos su-
plementarios para decidir el ga-
nador. Al finalizar el ltimo
cuarto reglamentarlo la anota-
cin estaba empatada y fal-
tando un minuto de juego el
Mauricio se dedic a ganar
tiempo en carrousell. En el pri-
mer tiempo extra estando tam-
bin la anotacin a 51 puntos, y
faltando un minuto se dedic
a ganar tiempo, dando asi
muestra sus jugadores de con-
fiar muy poco en ellos mismos.
En el ltimo cuarto extra el
Mauricio sac ventaja de trea
Sun tos que logr mantener
asta el final. Emilio sonell con
22 puntos fu el mejor de los
ganadores v el colonenae Iba-
ftez con 10 sed estac por el
Bam.
Cigarrilleros 54Carta Vieja 45
Un triunfo fcil fu el que
lograron anoche los cigarrille-
ros para obtener su tercer xito
en igual nmero de presenta-
cin*. Aunque los
del Carta Vieja perdieron el
Juego, demostraron estar ad-
quiriendo buenas condiciones,
oponiendo fuerte resistencia a
sus rivales en los dos' primeros
cuartos. Tower con 17 puntos
se destac por los 'licoreros" y
Williams con Santos lograron lo
puntos cada uno para ser los
mejore* de los "cigarrilleros'.
Artie Prince
Gan Ayer El
Derby Epsom
EPSON DOWN. Mayo 31 (U
P.)Artie Prince ae impuso en
el Derby da Epsom por seis lar-
gos de ventaja sobra Sybils
Nephew que lleg segundo y
Signal Box tercero.
Artie Prince qua estuvo coti-
zado por 28-1 obtuvo un total
de 19.385 libras an premio para
su propietario H. McOratz. y
fu guiado al triunfo por al ji-
neta C. Spades.
Artie Prince vino da atrs
despus que el favorito Kl Ming
haba punteado toda la carrera
v en ios do ltimo furlongs
muchachos alcanzo el triunfo.
que estos deportistas solicitan
ayuda, pues siempre han man-
tenido 1 deporte en mencin
muy en alto con lucha propia
y hasta sacrificando sus bolsi-
llos para suministrarse sus im-
plementos que demanda el de-
sarrollo de sus actividades
El domingo se
Inicia el torneo
de tenis Dunlop
El prximo domingo se Ini-
ciar en los "courts" de la Pis-
cina OniDica el torneo de ten-
nis "Dunlop", que ha desper-
tado inusitado inters entre to-
dos los aficionados de este de-
porte.
Este evento ha sido organiza-
do por la Comisin Nacional de
Tennis que est laborando In-
tensamente con el fin de tener
a los tennistas locales bien en-
trenados para los prximos cho-
ques Internacionales.
Numerosos jugadores de Pa-
nam, Coln y la Zona del Ca-
nal se han Inscrito para este
nuevo torneo, el cual sin lugar
a dudas debe resultar lucido en
todos sus aspectos.
CITACIONES
La Sociedad Cvica de Chlrl-
canos, reanudar maana sus
sesiones semanales, despus de
un receso, y pide a todos los
miembros la puntual asisten-
cia en el lugar y hora de cos-
tumbre.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
El Prof, de Educacin
Fsica Rojas Sucre
refuta ciertos cargos
En relacin con ciertos car-
gos que le hicieron, el conoci-
do profesor de Educacin Fsi-
ca, Don Alfonso Rojas Sucre,
nos ha enviado la siguiente
aclaracin:
COMO SE ENCUMBRE UNA
CALUMNIA Y COMO ELLA
SE DESENMASCARA
Ha cundido la mala hierba
en los campos de la decencia
deportiva. Se esgrimen ahora
los mismos traicioneros subter-
fugios polticos de recurrir a la
diatriba bajo la firma de nom-
bres falsos, amparndose en el
nmero de cdulas de humil-
des ciudadanos, y lo que es In-
concebible y torpe, de ciuda-
danos analfabetos. Tal refle-
xin acude a nuestras mentes a
raz de las cobardes cartas que
un falto Luis Gonzlez ha en-
viado para su publicacin al
Director de la Pgina de "La
Hora" y al cronista "Rlpardo",
de la Pgina Deportiva de "La
Estrella de Panam", afirman-
do en ambas que el cargo que
yo desempeo en la Direccin
Oeneral de Educacin Fsica es
una 'botella". Las acusaciones
de esa carta no solo son falsas
sino que estn redactadas en
un lenguaje vulgar, que respira
odio y envidia.
En carta que dirig a ml su-
perior jerrquico, el Director
General de Educacin Fsica,
Lie. Manul Roy le compruebo,
amparado en datos autnticos
que me facilitara oficialmente
la Sub-Reglstradora del Estado
General de las personas, doa
Ofelia V. de Velasquez, que el
tal aeor "Luis oGnzlez" es
perfectamente apcrifo, pues
ampar su diatriba contra mi
tomando la cdula de identifi-
cacin No. 47-20528, la cual
corresponde oficialmente al se-
or Eugenio Camero Mndez,
jornalero, con residencia en la
calle 20 Este, No. 54, y quien
"no sabe firmar". Los "Luis
Gonzlez" que figuran en el
Registro del Estado General
de laa Personas, con nmeros
de cdula muy distintas a las
que aparecen en las cartas de
marras, son humildes ciudada-
nos, hue no residen en la du-
dad-de Panam.
Las funcione que se cumplen
en una asesora tcnica como
la que yo desempeo no slo
son mltiples sino que tambin
complicadas. El propio Le. Ma-
nuel Roy lo demuestra en carta
que me ha enviado con fecha
27 del mea en curso y que apa-
rece publicada en la Pgina De-
portiva, de "La Estrella de pa-
nam". El resultado de mi ac-
tuacin profesional la conoce
el pas. En archivos de la Di-
reccin General de Educacin
Fsica reposan informes mos,
oficiales, de rendimiento de
cuentas sobre el desempeo de
las tareas a mi encomendadas
directamente por mi Jefe, Lie.
Manuel Roy.
Pblicamente emplazo al Di-
rector de la Pgina Deportiva
de "La Hora" y al cronista
"Rlpardo", de la Pgina Depor-
tiva de 'La Estrella de Panam'
para que aduzcan pruebas do-
cumentadas sobre la existencia
real del "Luis Gonzlez" que
les dirigiera o entregara perso-
nalmente las respectivas cartas
3up reprodujeron en los perl-
Icos anotados. Pblicamente
les pido que traten de desen-
mascarar al verdadero autor de
esas cartas. De lo contrario,
se harn reos involuntarios de
una Infamia cubierta con el ro-
paje del anonimato.
Alfonso Rojaa Sucre.
Panam. 20 de Mayo de 1051.
Nombr su nueva
Directiva el Club
Ciclista Davenport
El Club Ciclista Davenport
nombr su nueva Directiva pa-
ra el segundo perodo del ao
de acuerdo con sus Estatutos,
quedando constituida de la si-
gn lente forma:
Presidente, Herberto Daven-
port;
Vlce-Pres. Ricardo Caliendo;
Tesorero. Ha vio Espino;
Secretario, Sabino Gonslea;
Vocal, Cario Thompson;
Los nuevos directores toma-
rn posesin de su cargo en la
reunin del prximo lunes.
TARDE 4TOROS
MAANA COMIENZA
NUESTRA GRAN VENTA ANUAL
con Gangas y Reducciones
de Precios jams vistas
MOTTA'S
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CHICAGO, Mayo 31 (UP)
El campen mundial de peso
pesado, Ezzard Charles, retuvo
anoche con todo xito su titulo
al imponerse ampliamente por
decisin al retador Joey Maxim,
campen mundial seml-pesado,
en el encuentro que sostuvieron
en esta ciudad.
Los dos jueces y el arbitro
dieron el triunfo a Charles por
amplia margen. El campen de
peso pesado domin durante
todo el encuentro y su victoria
fu merecida; el retador no re-
sult contrario digno de Char-
les y eri ningn momento puso
en aprietos al campen.
Se levantar censo
de los alumnos que
no saben nadar
Para maana viernes a las
5.30 de la tarde en el Gimnasio
del Instituto Nacional ha sido
convocada una reunin de la
Asociacin Nacional de Profeso-
res y Maestros de Educacin
Fsica.
En esta reunin se tratarn
asuntos de extraordinario Inte-
rs para el futuro de la Edu-
cacin Fsica Nacional, ya que
a esta Asociacin corresponde
velar por la forma en que esta
rama de nuestra Educacin Na-
cional debe ser organizada para
el mejor desenvolvimiento de
las actividades referentes a
ella.
Entre loa puntos de mayor
Importancia que se tratarn se
encuentra la organizacin de
una encuesta en los colegios prl
marloa y secundarlos de la
capital, esencialmente para co-
nocer con cifras ms o menos
exactas la cantidad de colegia-
les que no saben nadar, lo que
ser argumento Importante en
la campaa que ya se b Inicia-
do para la construccin de una
piscina en los terrenos del Ar-
tes y Oficios.
Considerando la responsabilidad
de los Profesores y Maestros de
Educacin Fsica en loa temas
que ao tratarn en esta reunin
se pide la puntual asistencia de
todos ellos a a reunin de ma-
ana a las 5.30 de la tarde en*
el Gimnasio del Instituto Na-
cional.
Interesado El Sr. Ministro
Bermdez En Que Educacin
Fsica Reciba Sus Rentas
Ya fueron dadas Tas
rdenes para reparar
el Gimnasio de Antn
AMOK, Mayo 31 (Por Co-
rresponsal)El Ingeniero Al-
fonso Regs estuvo presente en
una reunin celebrada por el
Club Social y Deportivo de An-
tn.
El Ingeniero Regs manifest
a los concurrentes que tenia
rdenes precisas del Ministro
de Obras Pblicas Ing. Norber-
to Navarro para reparar con la
mayor prontitud el gimnasio de
esta localidad y pidi l coope-
racin de todos loa presentes
para que su labor redunde en el
nteres que se persigue.
Los preparativos para al aga-
sajo que loa deportistas anto-
neroa ofrecern a personajaa
de nuestro mundillo deportivo
estn muy adelantadoa y ae es-
pera que sea un gran xito.
El aeor Ministro de Educa-
cin, Profesor Ricardo 'Berm-
dez, manifest a la Comisin
de Preaidentes de Federaciones
L Comisiones Deportivas, que
mar todo el empeo posible
para que las Rentas creadas
para la Educacin Fsica y De-
portes, que ae obtienen del Hi-
pdromo Nacional, Estampillas
Deportiva y Lotera, se dedi-
quen exclusivamente al desa-
rrollo de dicha actividad, tal
como lo dispone la Ley.
En la ltima renta creada
por Ley para la Educacin F-
sica es la Estampilla Pro-Edu-
cacin Fsica, que est en cir-
culacin desde el 30 de Fe-
brero del presente ao, o sea
hace ms da cuatro meaaa
Del producto de esa estampilla,
que puede llegar hasta la fecha
a loa diez mil balboas, el De-
partamento de Educacin no ha
recibido an ni un solo centa-
vo, esto a pesar de que la Ley
Indica que el Correo llevar una
cuenta especial, y cada fin de
mes la entregara para el fin
indicado.
Por otra parte, la Renta del
Hipdromo para Educacin Pl-
atea produce unoa Cien Mil Bal-
boas al ao; con, todo en el Pra
supuesto solamente se le asigna
una cantidad que representa el
10% de esa suma, o sean diei
mil balboas.
El seor Ministro agreg que
en el Emprstito de seis millo-
nes que se proyecta para la
Construccin de edificios esco-
lares, estudiar la manera da
adicionar medio milln o un
milln para a Construccin da
Gimnasios, campos deportivos,
etc. respondiendo este emprs-
tito con las Rentaa que Uan
Educacin Fsica.
Con el proposito de que estu-
dien la Ley o la leyes de laa
rentas de Educacin Fsica, y
aconsejen el camino a aeguir
dentro de la legalidad para qua
esos fondos sean aprovechados
Integramente por esa actividad,
el aeor Ministro Bermdei se
ha dirigido a distinguidos abo-
Eados y conocidos amigos del1
eporte, como el Lie. Jos I.'
Fbrega, Lollto Patin y Anbal
Illueca, en la confianza qua en
esta forma se resolver uno da
los difciles problemas eme ha
estado confrontando la Educa-
cin Fsica y el Deporte en lo*
ltimos aos.
Lee Wallard Gan Ayer El
Clsico De Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS, Mayo 81 (U.
P.)Lee Wallard entr en el
"circulo Vencedor" aln frenos
pero con una moneda de diez
centavos "de buena suerte" al
ganar la carrera de 500 millas
de Indlanopolls celebrada ayer
con motivo del "Da de los Di-
funtos".
Refirindose a la moneda de
diea centavos que llevaba en
el bolsillo dijo que era su 'amu-
leto". Revel que es la, moneda
de diez centavos que llevaba en
el zapato Ted Horn el da que
se mat. Otro amuleto era la
blusa a cuadros que vesta la
esposa de Wallard.
Wallard declar "no me pro-
puse hacer una velocidad deter-
minada para pinar. Simple-
mente trat de evitarme com-
plicaciones". En laa ultimas
veinte vueltas disminuy la. ve-
locidad al descubrir que no te-
nia frenos. Y dijo sonriendo
"tampoco tenia mucha compe-
tencia entonces.
Lo primero qua agarr al ter-
minar la carrera fui una jarra
de plata llena de agua que ca-
si vacio. Despus lleg su espo-
sa y a continuacin la estrella
clnamatogrflca Loretta ToUng.
Loretta tuvo que esperar turno
durante cinco minutos para dar
la el abraso en premio al triun-
fo. El primero le cc-rreapondla
naturalmente a su esposa.
Las manos da Wallard qua
tiene 40 aos, Indicaban lo du-
r de la carrera. En la parta
posterior de las planas de am-
bas manoa tenia unas ampolla*
causadas por la presin al su-
jetar el volante.
Los favoritos antea deja cax
rrera no pudieron temlnar.
Eran dos antiguos vencedoras
Pearsons y Rose. El otro Duka
Nalon retrasado por las fre-
cuentes paradas, para repara
pequeas dificultades fue el ul-
timo que abandon eh la lit
al parrsele el motor en la cur-
va del Norte. I
Chet Miller conduciendo un
Novl como Nalon abandon en,
la vuelta 157. Bl campen del
ao pasado JohnnI Parsons
abandon en la vuelta 88 por
fallo en el magneto. Aunque Na
Ion no termin la carrera s>
clasific en el dcimo puesto
por la poelcln de coche.
Wallard alcanz una veloci-
dad promedio de 126.244 milla*
por hora y obtuvo 35.800 dla-,
res como premio por su gran
proeza. Segundo lleg Mik Na-
saru y tercero Jack MeGrath. ti
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