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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Let the people know the truth and the country i$ $afet* Abraham Lincoln.
'-/favuAuit, U4t0ue&
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1951
FIVs? CINTO
A JOINT MILITARY REVIEW ceremony wai held at Quarry Heights #ta morning honoring
the departure of Malor General Ray E. Porter. Commanding General, US. Army Caribbean
General Porter accompanied by Mrs. Porter, met with the Commander in Chief. Carlbbeah
Commandand theTomponent commanders to bid formal goodbyes." At the review. General
Porter addressed the guard of soldiers, marines, and airmen drawn up for the ceremony. He
complimented the men and their officers and expressed his pleasure at having been a mem-
ber of the Joint Caribbean Command. General Porter leaves soon to assume command of the
imt Airhnmp Division in the United States. General and Mrs. Porter met In General Morris
Office with 1 to r) Brig. General Frederick March, Chief of Staff. USARCARIB, Mrs. Por-
ter Lt General William H. H. Morris, Jr., Commander-in -Chief. General Porter, Rear Ad-
miral Albert M. Bleflsoe, Commandant. 5th Naval District, and Col. Robert C. Conner, Chief
of Staff. CAlrC, representing Brig. General Emil C. Kiel, Commanding General, CAirC.
(I), S. Armed rorces photo)
GENERAL MATTHEW B. RIDGWAY, Commander in Chief of
the Far East Command receives his fourth star from Mrs.
Rldgway in Tokyo. General Rldgway was the former Com-
mander in Chief of Caribbean Command. He left the Isth-
mus in September 1949 to assume the position of the Armys
Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration. In December 1950
he was named Eighth Army Commander In Korea, and re-
cently assumed Command of the Far East Forces, and United
Nations Forces fighting in Korea.
(Credit US Armed Forces photo)
Russia Gets Formal
Invite To US Meet
PARIS, June 1, (UP) The
United States, Great Britain and
France invited 8oviet Russia to-
day to attend a meeting of the
Big Four foreign ministers to
Washington July 23 In a supreme
attempt to stop the drift toward
World War HI.
The invitation was given In
notes presented to Soviet Deputy
Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gro-
myko here and to the Soviet for-
eign ministry in Moscow. An ear-
ly reply was requested.
"It has been, and remains, the
view of the United States govern-
ment that such a (Big Four)
meeting Is desirable in the inter-
est of strengthening peace, which
is the constant objective of the
foreign policy of the United
States," the American note said.
It was a Joint bid by the West-
ern allies for a showdown on the
question whether the Russians
really want a foreign ministers
conference for which they them-
selves first asked nearly seven
months ago.
The Western allies offered Rus-
sia three alternative agenda or
programs for a Big Four confer-
ence. It was a dramatic and
possibly may prove to be the fin-
al attempt to end nearly 13
weeks of bickering by deputies of
Mrs. Cochez, 89,
Dies In Corgas
Mrs. Julia Cochez of Balboa
died at 2:30 a.m. today at Gor-
ges Hospital where she had been
a patient since May 15. She was
89 years old.
Funeral services will be held
at 10:15 a.m. Saturday at the
Sacred Heart Chapel In Ancon.
Interment will be In Corozal Ce-
metery.
Mrs. Cochez was born In Co-
lombia and has been on the Isth-
mus 40 years She lived with her
daughter and son-in-law. Lieut-
enant Albert J. Mathon, of the
Canal Firp Division at House
1502-B, Balboa, _
the four great powers who are
trying here to write a program
for a conference.
In effect, the Western allies
went direct to the Kremlin to say
to Premier Josef Stalin and his
fellow members of the Commun-
ist Politburo who rule Russia:
"Do you or do you not want a
Big Four conference? If you do,
why bicker any longer over the
details of the program to be dis-
cussed? You will be able to raise
any question you want to at the
meeting."
The allies suggested that the
second of their three alternative
program drafts would give a good
basis for the conference.
The American note, which was
identical with those of Britain
and France except for minor ne-
cessary technical changes In
wording, said:
"The United States Govern-
ment ___considers that the a-
mount of agreement so far reach-
ed on the agenda makes possible
a meeting of the four foreign
ministers which would permit
discussion among others of all to-
pics proposed by the Soviet Gov-
ernment....
"Accordingly, the United States
Government is pleased to invite
the four foreign ministers to
meet in Washington and suggests
that the meeting begin on July
23....
"Any further arrangements
for the meeting could be worked
out on receipt of a favorable re-
ply from the Soviet Government."
Colombia's UN Battalion
Due In Far East In June
TOKYO, June 1 (UP)United
Nations Command Headquarters
said today that Colombia's In-
fantry battalion, representing
the first South American ground
troops contribution to United Na-
tions force* in Korea, is sched-
uled to arrive in the Far East
some time in June. .
Clayton Soldier
In Head-On backup
Rushed To Hospital
T/Sgt. Thomas H. O'Brien was
in Clayton Hospital today with
superficial Injuries on the face
and head following a head-on
collision of his 1947 Pontlac Se-
dan with a bus last night near
the Balboa Commissary Annex.
According to the police report,
O'Brien had pulled completely
over to the left side of the road
In direct line of oncoming traf-
fic. When the driver of the bus.
Oscar George Smith, a Panama-
nian, noticed the car, he swerv-
ed sharply into the curb. But the
Pontlac was already upon him.
The front end of both vehicles
were completely demolished al-
though none of the passengers
in the bus was injured.
Investigating Officer, Radio
Car Patrolman Frank M. Szlvos
rushed to the scene and pulled
the injured man from under the
wheel where he was pinned. Des-
elte the heavy downpour which
ad started at 8 p.m. two medical
corpsmen who had observed the
accident from In front of the
Balboa Threater administered
first aid. The men were 8/Sgt.
Paul Montgomery and 8-Sgt. Ed-
win G. Headley, both of the Med.
Co., 33rd Infantry, at Fort Kob-
be.
O'Brien was treated by Dr.
John J. Casey at GOrgas Hospital
and then transferred to Clayton
Hospital where his condition Is
reported ai "good."
O'Brien, who is with Troop "E",
45th Cavalry at Ft. Clayton, will
be booked on a charge of "oper-
ating a motor vehicle while In-
toxicated."
Trygve Lie Calls For End
To Korea War At Parallel
* *
Communist Jets Stage Bold
Sweep; 3 Down In Dogfights
TOKYO, June 1 (UP) Com-
munist Jet fighters swept 110
miles south of the Manchurlan
frontier today In the boldest yet
challenge to Allied air supremacy
over Korea.
It cost the Reds three planes.
United States Sabres shot down
three of 18 Red jets 90 miles south
of the ground fighting front. Two
other Russian-built Mlg 16's
were damaged in a second dog-
fight nearer the Manchurlan
frontier.
These battles raised the Sa-
bres' two-day bag of Mlgs to six
destroyed and five damaged, and
revived speculation that the Reds
may be planning to throw strong
air forces into Korea in support
of their battered armies.
One group of 25 Migs attacked
Superforts bombing a target Just
north of Slnaniu, 70 miles south-
west of the Yalu River.
Two Sabres flying in the area
dived straight into the mass of
Communist planes.
Senator Summons
'Surprise Meeting'
On Aid To Spain
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
Four United States government
officials were summoned recently
to Senator Pat McCarran's office
for a "surprise" meeting with
Spanish Ambassador Jos Flix
de Lequerlca and for questioning
about United States aid tp Spain.
McCarranlong an advocate of
larger United States assistance
to Spainstaged the extraordin-
ary conference Tuesday.
One of the government confe-
rees said he was "taken com-
pletely by surprise" to find de
Lequerlca present.
McCarran said he wanted to
find' out the disposition of the
multi-million dollar Spanish loan
which he sponsored successfully
last year.
CZ Maid Guilty
On Theft Charges
Lilla Esmeralda de la Cruz, a
Panamanian domestic was found
glulty on three charges yesterday
in the afternoon session of the
Balboa Magistrate's Court, and
was sentenced to serve 60 days.
She already is serving a 30 day
sentence Imposed Tuesday after
she was found guilty of stealing
clothing from Suzanne Zarzeckl
a resident of Ancon. The total
value of the merchandise was
$46.30.
Additional charges yesterday
were filed by Dr. Theodore Arias
of Gorgas Hospital, who was the
defendant's employer, and two of
his neighbors who had caught
her stealing clothing and toys.
She was sentenced to a period
of 30 day on each charge, but
one of the sentences was sus-
pended. However, she is on pro-
bation for a term of one year.
Col. P. D. Coates
New Base Comdr.
Arrives At Albrook
Colonel Philip D. Coatea ar-
rived this morning from Wash-
ington and will assume his new
assicnment as Base Command-
er of Albrook Air Force Base on
Monday.
Col. Coates was previously
with the Manpower and Or-
Sanitatlon Groap, at Hq USAF
i Washington. He waa met
upon bis arrival by Colonel
William M. Brown, present
Base Commander and Lt. Col-
onel A. A. Cory, Albrook Exe-
cutive Officer.
Col. Coates' family, who did
not accompany him are ex-
pected to Join him in the near
future.
Selective Service
Team Due June 25
From Washington
Brigadier General Louis H.
Renfrow and four other repre-
sentatives from Selective Ser-
vice headquarters in Washing-
ton are scheduled to arrive on
the Isthmus June 25 to organ-
ize State Headquarters for Sel-
ective Service in the Canal
Zone.
Information concerning the
visit of the party from National
Headquarters was received at
Balboa Heights Monday from
Washington.
A Selective Service organiza-
tion for the Canal Zone was
authorized in February follow-
ing a recommendation by Gov-
ernor Newcomer for the estab-
lishment of a local board. A.
C. Medlnger has been appoint-
ed as State Director of the
Canal Zone organization, and
appointments have also been
made to the membership of the
appeal board, local boards, me-
dical advisors and government
appeal agent.
New Increase In
Newsprint Price
TORONTO, June 1 (UP) A
ten-dollar per ton Increase in the
price of newsprint was announc-
ed by the Abllltlbi Power and
Paper Company. The Jump
brought the basic price of news-
print to $116 a ton in New York.
The Abitibi statement said that
the steadily increasing labor and
pulpwood costs caused the boost.
Other Canadian newsprint
companies expected to increase
their prices. Newsprint prices
increased to six dollars a ton
last November.
A company spokesman said
"Ten dollars per ton increase at
that time would have covered our
increased expenses but we only
made lt six dollars. We have had
considerable more expense since
then and that's the reason for
the new price boost."
The bombers turned south, and
a running battle with pursuing
Mlgs raged-aa far south as Py-
ongyang.
Four other Sabres Joined the
fray as It moved south. The me-
lee ended only when the outnum-
bered Sabres shot down two Migs
over Pyongyang and a Superfort
tall gunner got another kill.
The Sabres, low on fuel, broke
off the fight, but the Migs pur-
sued them 10 miles homeward.
Two Superforts were reported
damaged. During the day's oper-
ations one United States Thun-
derjet crashed in Red territory.
Cancer Specialist
Continues Fight
-Even In Death
RIO de JANEIRO, June 1
(UP) Even in death young
cancer specialist Napoleo Lau-
reano today continued to fight
the disease of which ho him-
self was a martyr. The 36-year-
old physician died last night of
cancer of the lymphatic glands
after all treatment, Including
krebiosen failed.
After Laureano breathed his
last, Marcelina, his wife, raised
her head, and asked through
tears whether the awaited new
shipment of Kreblozen had ar-
rived yet from Chicago. When
told that lt was expected, she
asked that lt be sent to Room
11 in the same hospital, as the
P
ves Slquelra was also a cancer
Catholic priest, Father Luis Al-
victlm, and had assisted in
ministering extreme unction to
Laureano last night.
It Is believed that the Kre-
blozen shipment for Laureano
which had not arrived was lost
en route.
Hundreds of mourners, from
the poor and rich, filed passed
the bier in the famed Cande-
laria Church today to pay last
tribute to Laureano whose fight
for Ufe during the past three
months had been followed dally
throughout the nation. The
body will be flown to his home
state of Paraiba on a special
plane for burial tomorrow.
Martial Law In
Nicaragua As
Students Strike
MANAGUA, June 1 (UP) The
Nicaragua Army ruled Managua
and Granada provinces under
martial law to curb what Presi-
dent General Anastasio Somoza
called "subversive disorders."
Somoza's decision to declare
martial law in two provinces fol-
lowed Oranada University stud-
ent's strike in protest of Somo-
za's plan to close school and
merge it with Leon University
for economy reasons.
The Presidential announcement
said: "Hostile and subversive de-
monstrations occurred In Grana-
da City and tended to spread to
other towns."____
Earlier today three Mlgs Jump-
ed four Sabres making a low lev-
el strafing attack on rail lines 15
miles south of the Yalu.
The Sabres climbed, turned on
the Mlgs, damaged two of them,
and chased the other back to-
wards Manchuria.
Meanwhile on the ground Un-
ited States troops advanced more
than two miles against surpris-
ingly light resistance on the cen-
tral front. The Reds have ap-
parently not yet established a
strong outpost line guarding the
approaches to Kumhwa from the
southwest,
Chinese reinforcements are re-
ported moving into positions to
defend the Reds' Iron Triangle,
the buildup area now 12 miles
north of the United Nations lines.
At the same time other Chinese
forces are moving positions west
of the open left flank of the Un-
ited Nations salient into North
Korea up the Seoul-Chorwon
highway.
Reinforced Police
Guard Arrival Of
Queen In Ireland
BELFAST, Ireland, June 1
(UP) Queen Elizabeth and
Princess Margaret arrived in
Belfast this morning for a state
visit amid unprecedented sec-
urity measures, owing to two
bombing plots by anti-British
terrVsts.
Reinforced polite were sta-
tioned around the harbor area
for many hours before the
Queen and her younger daugh-
ter stepped off the cruiser HMS
Sheffield.
Cheering thousands lined the
four-and-a-half mile route from
Duffrln Quay to the site of
Northern Ireland's Festival of
Britain exhibition where the
Queen opened a farm and fac-
tory display. The processional
route took the royal pair through
one of Belfast's hottest antl-
Brltlsh sections.
In London, meanwhile, lt was
announced that King George VI
never in robust health since
1948has developed an inflam-
mation of the lung and Is con-
fined to his bedroom at Buck-
ingham Palace.
His condition Is such that it
is considered almost certain the
55-year-old monarch will not be
able to receive the King of
Norway on his long-planned
state visit to London next week.
The King is not considered In
serious danger at present.
OTTAWA, June 1 (UP) .United Nations Secretary
General Trygve Lie today called for a new effort to and
the Korean War "approximately along the 38th Parallel."
He besought the Communists to accept a cease-fire
in Korea now and negotiate later.
But if the North Koreans and Chinese Communists
are not willing to accept negotiations leading to the res-
toration of peace and security in the war-torn country, he
told the United Nations Association of Canada, the UN
must continue the war and its members must contribute
additional forces to the command of General Matthew B,
Ridgway. .______________________
Lie's statement was the
first official expression
of a desire to end the war
along the 38th Parallel
the imaginary geogra-
phic line that divides
North and South Korea.
Irish Extremists
Set Off Bombs In
Royalty 'Greeting'
BELFAST, June 1 (UP) Irish
extremists bombed two custom
posts on the border between
Northern and Southern Ireland
today as a protest against the
visit to North Ireland of Britain's
Queen Elizabeth and Princess
Margaret. ____
Although there have
been unofficial reports
from American circles
that the United States is
willing to negotiate peace
along the line of the Pa-
rallel, or somewhat north
of the lineperhaps with
a buffer zone between
the two Koreasno other
United States or United
Nations spokesman has
voiced the idea officially.
Britain Rejects
US Offer to Scrap
Fechleler Decision
LONDON, June 1. (UP) The
British Labor government has re-
jected a United 8tates offer to
withdraw the appointment of
US Admiral William Fechteler as
supreme commander of the At-
lantic Ocean area.
Prime Minister Clement At-
tlee's government contends that
such.a step is now politically im-
possible.
Owing to a deadlock over the
Atlantic and Mediterranean com-
mands It had been suggested
that a desirable solution would
be to reverse the Fechteler deci-
sion and give the Atlantic to a
British Admiral, then appoint D/
Admiral Robert Carney Supreme
Commander In the Mediterran-
ean.
Sgt. Morrison,
T Resident,
Dies In Gorgas
Wiley Morrison. 71. a retired
Army First Sergeant, died early
Friday morning in Gorgas Hos-
pital. Sgt. Morrison, a familiar
figure In Balboa, was a resident
of the Army and Navy YMCA.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced later.
Senators Battle
Over Disclosure Of
Confidential Paper
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
Senators investigating Gen-
eral Douglas MacArthur's dis-
missal got into a bitter battle
today over whether Secretary
of State Dean Acheson should
be ordered to disclose a confi-
dential diplomatic paper.
Acheson, President Harry Tru-
man's beleaguered No. 1 Cabinet
officer, went before the lnv#*tl-
gating committee this morning.
But after swearing to git*
true testimony about MacAr-
thur's dismissal and related Far
Eastern policy matters he was
kept waiting while the Senat-
ors quarrelled.
Before Acheson could start
reading his prepared opening
statement Republican Senator
William Knowland demanded
that the. committee decide on
the publication of a Dec. 23,
1949 State Department memo-
randum which some Senators
say wrote off Formosa more
than six months before the Ko-
rean war started.
Authoritative sources say the
Formosa document was read to
the committee, but the official
stenographers were ordered ta
halt their transcript while lt
was read.
One Sena/or reported Ache-
son insisted the 1949 diplomatic
report on Formosa remain 4ec-
ret.
The committee will vote this
afternoon on whether to pub-
lish the document.
'Dally Worker'
Head Gets /ail
For 'Contempt9
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
Philip Bart, General Manager of
the Communist "Daily Worker,"
today was sentenced to three
months and fined 500 dollars for
contempt of Congress.
Federal Judge Burnita Shalton
Matthews ordered Bar commit-
ted to Jail immediately. He sug-
gested he apply to the Coufl of
Appeals for bond pending apata!.
Bart was convicted May "i of
contempt for refusing to answer
questions of the House Un-Am-:
erlcan Activities Committee. all'
dealing with Bart's refusal to
disclose hls original name when1
he came to the United States a
an immigrant at the age of ten
after the turn of the century.
U. S. Department Stores Take On Frenzy
Of Stock Exchange As Prices Plummet
BY BARBARA WASHBURN
As an example of what is hap-
agreement price
signed an <
a
In Atlante. Davlson's. a Macy's "fair trade"
nenlnK To^stmasterl price fixed affiliate, would not comment on unless they * ^""L"
5aiSR; SS&?awKss u&a avgg sss >*"
ffiSsfsK-t^r srr SSSKSESkS j5ssa.?affvaJ5
watched for the latest *49.50, sold for a time at $38.84 tlon.
Merchants across the nation are being cut.
ed such proportions
that Macy's, "the world's largest cituu "> " -------------------- ..
dpnartment store," had to throw watched New York's pace-setting ___ ..o^.,
un^op? barriers and announced price war. and those in Oklahoma pe price '^'" wS m
that Its stocks of choice items City started a firil-Kato W U .8. Supreme Curt d"Won that better price at noon wan a
had been exhausted. -^. their owa. merchante need not comply wttb aoa.
game is going on," he aald.
pie are liable to run into a.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
* FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1951

Cargo and Freight-Ships and PlanesArrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
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S.S. Chlrlqui ...................................*
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S.S. Chlrlgul...................................jMl
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11
14
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Arrives
New York Freight Service ________ Cristobal
S.S. Cape Cod..............................fun '
S.8. Cape Cumberland .........................*"
8.8. Cape Ann ................................June "
8.8. Cape Avlnof...................... ........*"
S.S. Cape Cod ...................................July 1
mifhl SaUlns. W.tkly tram Hraa as Crtatabal
Weekly SaUtns te New tork, Um Aasalet, "" J.r,2nc amta%
*',, OecMlea.1 aaUlas U Neworleai- n. MaMU. ___
(T luuntn la Mil .trvlc. an Umltea lo twelve SMeaaiass)
rnqaaal rrdfkl SaWan Iron, Crtttobal la Wart Ca* Caatral Aaaerie.
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Cbiriqui.....(Passenger Serrlce Only)......June
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................im*
12
26
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA -M04 COLON M
T
DIESEL FISHING VESSEL
"GALANTE"
Sunk Off Paridas Island.
Bids are requested for the purchase
of this wreck "as is whsre is."
Bids will be opened at
10:00 A.M. Wednesday, June 6 in the
Office of
PAYNE & WARDLAW
Terminal Bldg.
Balboa, C. Z.
Phone 2/1258
Shipping & Airline News
Branif f's Teacher Special Filled
The DC-4, Branlff's Teacher
pedal will leave ior the States
June 7. This special flight Is now
completely filled, and Is the sec-
Discover the
Advantage of this
HIGHER TYPE
Intimate Feminine
Hygiene
As Airline Sees Us -
PAA Publicizes Attractions
Panama Holds For Tourists
Z Enjoy "Extra" Advantage
"T olthiiGreawleii Suppos-
itoryIt Give* Hourj of
' Continuout Medication
_ Here'* one of the greatest
~ "steps forward" ever discov-
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|. cleanlinessZo.mtoks And
_ here is why Zonitors are be-
t ing so enthusiastically used
by exacting and fastidious
women today!
; L Zonitora axe snow-white,
rcaseles, stainlesi vagi-
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. to use, daintier, more con-
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* 2. Powerfully germicidoi yet
- so taje to delicate tissues.
Non-irritating, non-poitan-
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8. When inserted Zonitors
quickly be{in to release
their germicidal qualities.
S-l-o-w to melt away com-
pletely, they continue their
precious medication for
noun. Leave no sticky
residue.
4. Zonitors imtantly kill all
germs on contact and keep
them from multiplying. For
continuous medication, for
cleanliness, for charm
buy Zonitois today! All
ruptores.
ond auch trip that Branif f Inau-
gurated.
PAA Buys
"Weight Converter"
To aid Clipper cargo shippers.
Pan American World Airways has
brought out a pocketslze
"weight converter." With a flick
of the finger, kilograms can be
converted to pounds or pounds to
kilograms.
PAA Redecorate. Clippers
Clipper Interiors will soon be
as distinctive and uniform as the
blue Pan American World Air-
ways lettering and winged-world
emblem on the exteriors of the
airline's globe-girdling fleet.
During 23 years of the airline's
mushroom growth, the aircraft
interiors became somewhat as-
sorted. Each type Clipper was
different, and even some of the
same model revealed the widely
varied tastes and designs of the
different Individuals who super-
vised the work.
Finally, PAA's standards com-
mittee, a group of engineers who
are cutting down Inventory costs
by standardizing approximately
60,000 Items, came up with some
startling figures.
It found that Pan American
had in stock 89 different fabrics
and coverings and 152 kinds of
lacquers enamels and paints for
Clipper Interiors.
The list Is being trimmed down
to 15 fabrics and 20 finishes as
present stocks are exhausted.
Here is the Clipper cabin of the
future, to be seen first In the 18
DC-6Bs that will begin joining
the fleet late in 1951.
1. A standard seat In three mo-
dels for Sleeperette, standard
and tourist-type Clippers. Up-
holstery will be spun nylon check,
with a blue plaid pattern.
8. Window curtains of nylon
press cloth, coral In color, with a
gold metallic thread design.
3. Berth curtains of gray wool
gabardine.
4. Dado panels (the cabin
walls) of brown vinyl fabric.
5. Aisle carpets of cut pile wool,
blue to match the seats.
6. Floor covering beneath sets,
dark blue vinyl.
7. Armrest covers In brown lea-
ther, antiaue finish.
8. Headline (cabin ceiling), a
bisque shade of vinyl fabric.
9. Bulkhead covering (cabin
partitions). walnut ilex wood.
10. Seat belts of gray webbing,
with a tensile strength of 1,500
pounds.
FIREMEN BRAVE FUSILLADE
CHICAGO. (UP). Firemen
thought they had run Into an
ambush when they answered an
alarm at a gunsmith's shop. Hun-
dreds of exploding bullets whiz-
zed over their heads as they ex-
tinguished the blaze at the Sca-
ramuzzo and Sons gunsmith
shop. No one was Injured.
(Editor's Note: The following
picture of what the tourist may
find in Panama has been cir-
culated by Pan American World
Airways to its far-flung net-
work of booking agencies.)
Like the host at a big reception,
Panama constantly greets people
but meets only a few. And like
the party-giver, It Isn't Panama's
fault.
Traveler! of every nationality
dally visit Panama. If Is the link
between North and South Amer-
ica as well as between the Atlan-
tic and Pacific Oceans. Panama
is so famed as the "bridge of the
world" that many visitors mis-
takenly picture the istnmus re-
public as strictly a short, cut to
some other place.
Actually, Panama offers for a
visitor the grandeur of 16th cen-
tury Spain; the engineering mar-
vel of the Panama Canal; deep
sea fishing at any time of the
year; trout fishing In mountain
streams; swimming, golf and
tennis; a gay nightlife; and an
opportunity to buy the luxury
foods of the world at bargain
asement prices.
Hotels in Panama offer the last
word In comfort. Exchange head-
aches are unknown because the
balboa, Panama's unit of curren-
cy, is worth exactly one US. dol-
lar. And reaching Panama takes
only four and a half hours from
Miami, a little longer from New
Orleans, Los Angeles or Houston,
by Pan American World Airways'
Cuppers.
Hotel rates In Panama City, the
capital, range from $6 to $11 for
singles, and $8 to $18 for doubles.
In Colon, the Atlantic gateway to
the Panama Canal, rates are $4 to
$7.50 for singles and $6.50 to $10
for doubles. These rates do not
include meals but one may eat
well In either city for $5 a day.
Sightseeing tours are a real
"buy" In Panama. For example,
one travel agency offers a one-
day sightseeing trip for $12 which
Includes the chief sights of Pan-
ama City, the Panama Canal, and
Colon, the Atlantic gateway city
to the Canal. The tour starts out
from any hotel In Panama City,
proceeds through the neat Canal
Zone communities of Ancon and
Balboa to the Mlraflores locks at
the Pacific end of the Panama
Canal.
After watching the great ships
raised and lowered by the opera-
tion of the locks, tourists conti-
nue to Panama City to visit the
Presidential Palace, the Church
of San Jose, famous for Its golden
altar, the Church of Santo Do-
mingo whose flat arch has stood
for several centuries, the market
place, several plasas and the
shopping district. Panama City's
residential districts, the ruins of
Old Panama the Spanish co-
lonial capital of the country
are visited and then the tour
crosses the Isthmus (a 50-mlle
drive) to the Atlantic coast for
lunch In Colon.
After lunch the tour takes In
Colon and Cristobal, the adjoin-
ing US. Canal Zone city, Oatun
locks where ships are raised 85
feet. On the way back to Panama
City stops are made at Impress-
ive Madden Dam and the Gov-
ernment Forest Preserve which
vividly typifies the obstacles na-
ture presented when the con-
struction of the Panama Canal
was undertaken by the U.S. in
1903.
Tourists who prefer to see all
these points of Interest In easy
stasis can do so In three-hour
morning tours costing $2.50 per
person.
Sports of all kinds abound in
Panama. The Panama Golf Club
welcomes guests of Panama City's
leading hotels. It has an 18-hole
golf course and two tennis cours-
es. Horse-racing is a year-round
spectator sport in the capital.
Swimming may be. enjoyed on
Taboga island, reached In 75 min-
utes by launch from Panama Ci-
ty, or at two seaside resortsRio
Mar and Santa Clara70 miles
from the capital.
Fishing is a year-round sport
in the Bay of Panama but May
to December Is the best season
for sallflsh, black marlln, dol-
phin, bonita, mackerel, tuna and
wahoo. Cabin cruisers rent for
$50 to $55, depending upon the
number of passengers.
Nightlife is both gay and Inex-
pensive In Panama City. Three
nightclubs, a garden restaurant
and the deluxe roof terrace of the
new, lavish Hotel El Panama of-
fer music for dancing every night
In the week.
Shopping in both Panama City
and Colon is a delight because
low duties make bargain price
tags on luxury goods. "Buys" In-
clude Swedish crystal, French
perfumes. English china. Chinese
silks, Panama hats. Irish linens,
teakwood tables and screens from
India, leather goods from Mexico,
Guatemala, Colombia and Argen-
tina.
In the Chlrlqui Highlands, near
the border of Costa Rica, tourists
may visit mountain resorts, 3.800
to 5,000 feet above sea level,
where streams are stocked with
rainbow trout. This area is
reached In 90 minutes from Pan-
ama City by planes of Ca. Pana-
mea de Aviacin, a PAA affiliate.
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Tomorrow, Saturday, June I
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Take Spotlight
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NORFOLK, Vu., June 1 (UP)
Three old soldiers of. the Con-
federacy talked of crops and
livestock, their boyhood days
and General Robert E. Lee yes-
terday at their last reunion.
The cherished old veterans,
each 105, disregarded parlia-
mentary procedure at their
meeting and swapped yarns In-
formally In quavering voices.
One John Sailing of Slant,
Va. sang "Frankie and John-
ny," and W. J. Bush of Fitz-
gerald, Ga., recited a poem.
Bush and W. D. Townsend of
Olla, La., puffed on cigars
which Sailing refused, explain-
ing his first try at "flred-up
tobacco" nearly a century ago
made him ill.
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was on the three old men. liv-
ing symbols of the old South,
who traveled here for the last
reunion despite their great age.
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moving too fast for them, and
their activities were chiefly re-
laxing in overstuffed chairs,
talking to their admirers and
posing for photographs.
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the most active of the three,
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mal schooling.
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TB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAM NEW8PAPEB
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Navy Officer Cashiered After
'Damn The Pro-Red UN' Letter
BE DEAN W. DITTMER
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
Lt. (Jg) William H. Evans, Jr.,
cashiered Irom the Navy for
writing a "contemptuous" antlr
Administration letter, said yes-
terday "If you are pro-American
you have to go underground or
else suffer the consequences."
The 29-yearold Annapolis
graduate defended his action at
a news conference by contend-
ing his oath as. an officer requir-
ed him to defend the United
States "against all enemies, at
home and abroad."
"I feel I expressed the opinion
of the majority of those (fight-
ing) In the Far East," he said.
"They are not afraid of the ene-
my In front of them. They are
afraid of the enemy behind."
. The case first came to light
Wednesday when senators Inves-
tigating the dismissal of Gen.
Douglas MacArthur asked Adm.
Forrest P. Sherman, Chief of Na-
val Operations, If he was fami-
liar with the case He said he
was and a naval spokesman later
gave out the detalla.
Evans wrote the controver-
sial letter March 16 from the
destroyer Rogers in Korean
waters. Addressed to Alfred
Koblberg, New York importer
of Chinese goods, it gave Kobl-
berg express permission to re-
publish it in letters to Con-
gressmen.
This re-publlcatton permit
formed the oasis of the Navy's
dismissal action. His honorable
discharge paper cited two spec-
ific orders Evans allegedly vio-
lated. They required clearance of
all material submitted for pub-
lication.
The Navy said the letter would
tend to "promote disunity and
disaffection" In and out of the
armed forces.
Kohlberg, an outspoken Ad-
ministration critic, is chairman
of the pro-Nationalist American-
China Policy Association. He as-
sociated himself with Sen. Jos-
eph R. McCarthy, R., Wls., last
year in the latter's attack on
Communists In the State Depart-
ment.
Kohlberg, who arranged the
press conference, said he was
"sorry for what happened" to
Evans.
The young naval reservist, who
was graduated bottomor "an-
chor man"in the 1048 Naval
Academy class, said he was not
aware he broke any rules in writ-
ing the letter which branded the
Truman Government as "pro-
Red." ripped Into the late Presi-
dent Roosevelt as "insane or
Communist," and labelled Secre-
tary of Slate Dean Acheson as
"the Red Dean."
The letter, made public by
Kohlberg, said in part:
".. .We have to fight with both
hands tied behind our back. One
hands, bound by Acheson and his
fro-Red gang, and the other by
he pro-Soviet United Nations...
"That pro-Soviet, one-world
Administration of ours and our
senile Congress would rather
have Americans slaughtered
than attack Red China every-
where...
To hell with the Yalta be-
trayal... damn the United Na-
tions, long live the United States.
"The Roosevelt -T r u m a n-
Acheson-l'nited Nations fol-
lowers of the UjS. should be
loaded en to ships and used as
shock-troops in Korea.. .Amer-
icans are dying by the thous-
ands, thanks to the pro-Red
Administration."
Evans, whose home is at Edge-
water, Md., was discharged Tues-
day by Navy Secretary Francis
P. Matthews.
The officer acknowledges the
Navy's right to dismiss him. But
he said he never saw either reg-
ulation cited by the Navy before
writing the letter.
Matthews' dismissal order said
Evans' "contemptuous words"
about two Presidents and the
Secretary of State "constitute
grave misconduct"
It said the letter contained
"highly intemperate criticism of
the foreign policy of the United
States and Impugned the motives
and good faith of officials on the
highest levels responsible for the
formulation and Implementation
of that policy.
"Your action in this respect Is
considered to have constituted
unsatisfactory performance of
duty..." Matthews' order said.
Naval records showed Evans
served only one year instead of
the usual three-year minimum
upon graduation from Annapo-
lis. He was posted to inactive
duty on hardship grounds. He
returned to service Feb. 14.
Evans said he had no plans for
the future beyond finishing an
M. A. thesis in history and for-
eign affairs at the University of
Maryland. His wife and year-old
ton now are touring Norway
with his ln-laws.
The former reservist told
newsmen he believes the present
national peril" was brought on
by American foreign policy, es-
pecially at the Yalta and Pots-
dam conferences with Russia.
He complained that in hear-
ings before a naval inquiry board
In Tokyo and a disciplinary hear-
ing here, he was told the con-
tents of his letter was not a fac-
tor in his dismissal. But he said
he is convinced the so-called "in-
temperate" language was the real
cause.
The Navy, supplementing in-
formation furnished by Kohlberg
and Evans, said a copy of the let-
ter was received from an uniden-
tified Congressman April 16.
Adm. Forrest P. Sherman, Chief
Inept US Latin American Policy
Blamed For Bolivians' Choice
BY DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, June 1 The
election of Victor Paz Estenssoro,
Communist-supported, anti-US.
candidate, as President of Boli-
via Is the latest and most serious
evidence of our inept diplomacy
In South America.
Paz, whose savage campaign
attacks on "Yanqui Imperialism"
sounded like stock Oomlnform
propaganda, won because of this
anti-American stand, not because
of personal popularity. He was
the power behind the throne in
the regime of "dictator" Gualber-
to VUlarroel, whom the infuria-
ted populace hanged from a
lamppost during the bloody re-
volt of 1946.
t that time. Paz Estenssoro
fled to Argentina and has been
there ever since. He even refus-
ed to return home for the cam-
paign which elected him, despite
Government guarantees of his
personal safety. His election
speeches were all delivered In his
name by fellow members of the
MNR (National Revolutionary
Movement) Party slate.
Bolivian Commun i s t s, ~ who
control the majority of tin-mine
workers, openly supported Paz,
one of whose plat f &. i planks was
"establishment of a true pacifist
democracy and close friendship
with the Soviet Union." Another
plank called for "expulsion of
the capitalist imperialists" and
nationalization of the tin mines,
now vital to the United States as
a wartime supply.
Competent foreign observers
are agreed that this grave set-
back for the cause of Western de-
mocracy almost certainly would
not have come about if the Uni-
ted States had been more alert.
The Truman Administration's
consistent practice of passing out
Ambassadorships to Latin Ame-
rica as political plums Is only one
of several blunders in our diplo-
matic policy.
For, below the rank of Ambas-
sador, our embassy rank-and-flle
employes In other American re-
publics know little Spanish or
Portuguese when they we sent to
their posts, and many learn none
while there. Moreover, it is com-
mon practice to fill vacancies in
Latin America with candidates
who have their applications In
for other areas and merely need
a spot In which to mark time
until they can obtain transfers.
Small wonder then that, at this
eleventh hour of the gravest cri-
sis the US. has ever faced, we.
are not making friends and In-
fluencing people among our
western hemisphere neighbors.
MUSEUM MAKES FUND
MILWAUKEE, (UP)The Mil-
waukee public museum bought a
load of limestone slabs to be used
for building a wall and found the
slabs were loaded with fossils of
360,000,0OO-year-old sea animals.
USHadWorldWarlll
Alert Dec. 6-Sherman
By JOHN L. STEELE
of Naval Operations, immediate-
ly scheduled an investigation for
the next day.
A report by this board said of-
ficers and men aboard Evans'
ship did not concur in his views.
Morale on the Rogers was "good,"
lt said.
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
Adm. Forrest P. Sherman dis-
closed yesterday that American
military commanders were alert-
ed to the "greatly increased"
danger of World War III last Dec.
6 when it appeared that United
Nations forces might be driven
out of Korea.
He said the alert was sent out
by the Joint Chiefs of Staff af-
ter Gen. Douglas MacArthur,
then hard-pressed by the Chin-
ese Communists, gave Gen. J.
Lawton Collins, Army Chief of
Staff, a particularly gloomy re-
port on the Korean War.
Sherman, Chief of Naval Oper-
ations, also told Senators inves-
tigating MacArthur's dismissal
that Russia could "call off" the
Korean war any time It wanted
to. He said Chinese, Communist
leader Mao Tse-tung is under
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trol."
Sherman testified that It was
in connection with the war alert
that President Truman ordered
all military commanders to cut
down on foreign policy speeches
and clear all policy statements
with Washington. Mr. Truman
also issued his order on Dec. 6,
The Administration claims
MacArthur violated the order 4n
public statements and messages
to Congressmen and that this
was one of the reasons for his
recall. MacArthur has denied
that he violated any military
orders.
In his testimony, Sherman
made these points:
1.) The time has not yet ar-
rived for the United Nations
naval blockade he proposed to
the committee Wednesday. He
said lt should come only after the
Eresent economic blockade is ful-
- effective. He indicated Bri-
tain is opposed to any naval
blockade.
2.) There Is still "much to be
done" by other UN allies in cut-
ting off trade with Red China.
He said this tends to keep more
Chinese Reds in action in Korea
than would otherwise be the
case.
3.) He sometimes questions if
the United States is "buying
time" in Korea, but he Is certain
that the US. military position is
improving "very rapidly."
4.) He haJ apprehensions about
sending VS. ground forces Into
Korea last June. But he said the
decision was "sound" and "un-
avoidable." He recalled that he
said last August that "sooner or
later we should get out of the
business of fighting on the Asia-
tic mainland."
5.) MacArthur exhibited a "lack
of responsiveness to the obvious
Intentions" of orders from Wash-
ington and had a "tendency to
debate and in certain cases to
criticize."
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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1H1
Dodgers Edge Phillies 4-3 At Ebbets Field
So far this season baseball under the bit top has been like
this. Only Brooklvn. still setting the pace, though shakily, has
* run to IU spring camp figures. Not even Phil Scott eeer threw
l:i the towel quicker than Eddie Sawyer, manager of the cham-
pion Phillies. With the race only two weeks gone he confessed
to reporters: "We aren't strong enough to repeat." t'mplre Al
Barlick lost his clothes in Chicago. It .would hate been a more
piquant news Item if it had happened at the ball park instead
of at the R. R. station. At a political gathering In Kentucky
Happv (handler disclosed it was hit love for money more than
baseball that prompted him to serve the game at M5.M0 per
annum, and a treasured illusion was shattered.

After thv Giants had dropped eight in a row the Dandy Little
Manager announced he was through talking with baseball wrtt-
' ers because they were always loolting for headlines. (They had
written that Artie Wilson was to replace Eddie Stanley. When
play began Stankv was on the bench, Wilson at second." A Bo-
" ton pitcher overruled his manager and the Braves blew a 16-
Llnlng game to the Dodgers. With two out and two on, Billy
Southworth ordered Carl Furillo pawed. Warren Spahn protested,
and was permitted to pitch, and FurillQ banged a line drive off
the scoreboard in right center. Southworth had the consolation
* Of knowing he was right but at the moment he would rather
have been President. ^ ^
The White Sox eame up with a new shift against Ted Wil-
liams. Paul Richards, the new manager, is a sports columnist in
the off season. (Most sports columnists are said to be off In one
. vav or another.) Williams was first up in the last of the ninth.
The White Sox had a 9-7 lead. Richards benched his third base-
man and shifted his pitcher, Harry Dorish, a right-hander, to
third. Then he called in Billy Pierce, a left-hander, to pitch to
the left-handed Williams who proceeded to pop out. Dorish came
bark to pitch, a new third baseman was installed and Pierce, of
course, went to the bench. It waa the most fantastic application
of the left-against-left theory the big leagues had ever seen. It
was a brilliant success. Richards was made to look monumentally
bright which is naturally in keeping with the popular conception
' of sports columnists. But had it failedoh, brother!

Leland Victor Brisste, a pitcher, was traded by the Ust-ple.ce
" AAAs to the Indians and complaThed. He didn't want to leave
' Pnlladelphla. It takes all kinds, doesn't It. A game In Fenway
* Park was called after five and one-half Innings because Sunday
baseball under lights after 6:30 p.m. is prohibited in Boston.
Freakish weather had developed. Even more freakish is the fact
that It is perfectly legal to play without lights after 8:50 p.m.
In Boston Because Dan Topping Is a golf addict he brought in
," Walter Orego, a golf pro. to grow grass In the 8tadium with re-
cults both soothing to the eye and the players' aching dogs, and
.; moving Ed Lopat, also an addict, to observe: "The right-field
? ciands are lust 5 Iron shots now."

Catcher Matt Baits (highly praised by manager Steve O'Neill
In the spring) put the blast on the Red Sox when he was trad-
ed. "They don't win because they are getting too much mo-
ney.' Thereby delivering another body blow to capitalism. Emll
(Dutch) Leonard became an iron man at the age of 41. winning
both ends of a double-header for the Cubs against the Braves.
This bears out what the late Wish Egan alwaya said "It takes
tome guvs a long time even to learn how to throw the ball."...
On Sunday. May 20. the two majors produced a grand total of
137 runs which may or may not be something of a record. Last
season Walter Dropo hit .342, batted In 144 runs and became the
4 rookie oLJhe year. What ha thought when O'Neill took him out
ot the lineup after the' third game of the season the Boston
writers never learned. This must constitute some sort of record,
too, for the Boston writers seem to know more about the Red
Sox than the Red Sox do themselves.
,*
Vern Bickford of the Braves yielded only two hits and one
run. yet was beaten in a game by Cincinnati, whose Eweli Black-
well allowed only one hit. and If the customers cried. "Bring
back the lively ball," It would not have been surprising. For
the firat time since a Republican administration (this may be
m. slight exaggeration! the White Sox completed a swing through
the East without dropping a game, and Incredible as the per-
formance was nobodv mentioned Abe Attell's name. Equipped
with a modern Murderers' Rowa legitimate one. tooCharley
Dressen. the Brooklvn master mind, continued to argue the su-
, i erior merits of the sacrifice bo"*. This may not win \\m many
. popular votes but it does make m eligible for the Nobel Peace
Prize.
Saturday's
Program
lat Race "F-2" Natives'4 Fgs.
Purse $275.00Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Jota Jota i R. Gomez 112
2-Dandyi R. Ycaza ICOx
3Con Dinero C. Iglesias 107
4Pon La Olla C. Ruiz 115
5Tolete E. Corcho I04x
6Campesino A. Enrique 108x
7Caramelo M. Arosem. 100
8-La Rosita A.Menal05x
2nd Race "C" Natives 6'4 Fga.
Purse $325.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Arqulmedes A. Enrique I03x
2Elona M. Zeballos 114
SSincero A. Vasquez 107x
4Proton A. Valdivia 114
5El Mao E. Ortega 108x
Fgs.
1:45
3rd Race "F-l" Natives 7
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes
One-Two
1Miranda A. Enrique
2La Prensa F. Jaramlllo
3Carbonero E. Corcho
4Aqu Estoy A. Mena
5Tap Dancer E. Sllvera
6Juan Hulncho B. Pulido
7Caaveral O. Chanis
102X
100
104x
104x
106
111
107
4th Race "E" Natives 64 Fga.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 2:t
Quiniela
1Don Catalino M. Ouerr. 112
2Don Sizzle F. Caballero 108x
3Golden Babe M Hurley 110
4Sin Fin V. Rodriguez 104x
5Annie N. B. Moreno 112
6Tap Girl C. Iglesias 114
7Rio Mar R. Vasquez 110
8Opex E. Silvera 106
9 Mr. Espinosa G. 8anch. 120
10Don Joaqun J. Contr. 120
5th Race '(" Imported1 In Mile*
Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Curaca B. Pulido 112
2Mr. Foot B. Moreno 106
3 Daiquiri J. Contreras 112
4Pamphlet J. Rodriguez 112
6th Race G' ImportedIS Mil's
Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
1Cobrador C. Ruiz 112
2MUros J. Contreras 11
3High Mount C. Iglesias 107
4Fright F. Jaramlllo 108
5Miss Fairfax B. Moreno 110
6Betun J. Samaniego 114
7Atason E. Dario 110
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7th Race "I" Imported64 Fg.
Purse $375.00 Pool Close* 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Celaje U B. Pulido 111
2V. aTerre J. Contreras 115
3Salcedo F. Jaramlllo 112
4Manhattan J. Rodgz. 115
5Canastos M. Guerrero 120
6Ranchopaja F. Rose 120
8th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1Prestigio) C. Ruiz 120
2Baby Betty) R. Vasq. 120
3El Mago i O. Grael 112
4Bendigo J. Contreras 114
5D. D. T. A. Phillips 120
6Haste Star J, 8aman. 120
78cotch Chum) B. More. 108
8Silver Fox i C. Iglesias 112
8El Monge E. Dario 104
10Jepperln F. Jaramlllo 112
9th Race "F" Imported 7 Fgi.
Purse: $500.06 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1-Walrus B. Pulido 116
2Silver Domino G. Grael 115
3Paragon J. Contreras 114
4Fulanito) E. Darlo no
5 Cant aclaro V Castillo 116
6Alabarda B. Moreno 115
7Fangio R. Gomez 108
8Callmedear) H. Reyes 102x
9Mosquetoni R. Vasquez 120
10Oale Force G. Sanchez 120
J. Robinson, Meyer
Clash In Futf Fight
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 1 In the only scheduled Major
League game, the Dodgers aided by Carl Erskine's bril-
liant relief pitching defeated the Phillies 4-3 in an Eb-
bets Field night game that produced a fi$t fight between
the Dodger$' Jackie Robinson and the Phillies' Russ Meyer.
Robinson, caught in a run down
between third base and home
plate on a missed squeeze play
attempt In the eighth inning, ran
into Meyer, who was covering the
plate, and caused him to drop
the ball. ..
The temperamental Meyer
then angrily charged Robinson
and had to be pulled away by
First Baseman Jimmy Blood-
worth as the entire Dodger bench
warmed out to the plate.
Meyer was removed from the
game by Manager Eddie Saw-
yer but as be walked off the
mound he shouted his wrath In
the direction of the Dodger
dugout.
Incensed by Meyers remarks,
Robinson then started lor' the
runway behind the Dodger dug-
out to intercept Meyer on his way
to the locker room.
It required almost a half-dozen
of his teammates to stop the
Dodger star. Meyer later ack-
nowledged the blame and said
he dropped the ball beforeRob-
inson hit him and went to the
Dodger dressing room to apolo-
give to Robinson.
Ersklne, who came to the re-
lief of starter Chris Van Cuyk in
the third Inning after Willie
Jones' homer had given the Phils
a 2-1 lead, had yielded only one
hit and one walk until he ran
Into trouble In the ninth.
In addition to his stellar re-
lief performance, Erskine dou-
bled and hit two safe bunts
that played a big part in the
Dodgers' victory before a crowd
of 18.662.____________________ x
4Stella M. Guerrero 110
5Taponazo V. Rodgz. 104x
His double in the fourth scored
Billy Cox with the run that tied
the score at two-all after Roy
Campanella's second inning hom-
er. His second saf bunt, follow-
ing walks to Campanella and
Cox, loaded .the bases just before
Peewee Reese drove In the tie-
breaking run with a fly to Dick
Sisler In left field In the sev-
enth.
Robinson had singled to short,
stole second and advanced to
third on a short wild pitch by
Meyer in the eighth when wltn
the squeeze play signal on Rob-
inson broke for the plate only to
have Carl Furillo miss the pitch
for a strike.
Trapped on the base paths,
Robinson then was forced into a
prolonged rundown which ended
when he barged Into Meyer who
dropped the ball at home plate.
Faces In
The Majors
National League American League
Ralph Klaer .
Geo. Metkovlch
11th Race "D" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse $300.00 Pool Closes (??)
l_Vo)ador C. Chong 117x
2Raymond F. Rose 116
3Hov es el Dia A. Vasq. 105x
4Casablanca A. Mena 108x
5Romntico V. Castillo 113
________________
Battle Morn Wins
Belmont Feature
NEW YORK, June 1
Cain Hoy Stable's Battle Morn
raced back Into the three-year-
old picture with a decisive win In
the Hampton Bays Purse at Bel-
mont Park yesterday. The win is
the first for the colt since fin-
ishing sixth in the Kentucky
Derby.
Jockey Ted Atkinson held Bat-
tle Morn Just off the early pace
set by All is Well. When they
straightened for home, Atkinson
moved Battle Morn, and the colt
responded willingly to take the
lead. Battle Morn hit the line a
length and one-half in front of
All Is Well. Combat Boosts ran
third The win probably has
earned Battle Morn a chance In
the Belmont Stakes coming up
June 16.
Time for the mile was 1:35-4/5
over a fast track. Battle Morn
paid $450, $3.70and $2.50, across
the board.
10th Race "B" Natives 64 Fgs.
Purse S35.se Pool Closes 5:40
1Grito y Plata G. Sanch. 120
2Baby Rol V. Castillo 116
3Batan C. Iglesias 116
ASK FO
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In The
Letter Box
La Boca Playground
Drawer K. Balboa, C.Z.
May 31. 1951
The Sports Editor
The Panam American
Panam, R.P.
Sir:
The La Boca Playground Is ap-
preciative of the effective pub-
licity received from The Panam
American during the organiza-
tion stage of the Canal Zone
Track. Field, and Cycle Cham-
pionships.
Public acknowledgement is al-
so made of the invaluable assis-
tance given by the following or-
ganizations and individuals:
Canal Eone Police Division
(traffic control)
Panam Police Department
(transportation).
Armed Forces (equipment).
Health Department (ambu-
lance).
Commissary Division (display
of trophies).
Municipal Division (equip-
ment).
Panam Department of Physl.
cal Education (equipment-
prizes).
Balboa Gymnasium (equip-
ment).
Dr. H. Deering (marathon phy-
sician).
la Boca Athletic Council
(prizes).
Panam Cycle Commission
(prises).
Universal Sports Corporation
(prises).
I.eroy Fergus (prizes).
Lesterio If 111 (prises).
Fernando Bradley (prises).
Knights of Columbus (prises).
Justice Lodge, I. B. P. O. E.
(prizes).
Panam Tribune (prises).
Monticello Club (prizes).
American Publishing Company
(prizes).
Local 900, G.C.E.O.C.-CIO (P.A.
System).
The success of the meet owed
much to the efficiency of the
track officials, the enthusiasm of
! the six thousand spectators, and
i the high degree of sportsman-
ship and keen competitive spirit
of the athletes.
To all the La Boca Playground
Is deeply indebted.
Very truly yours,
Aston M. Parchment.
Teams-
Brooklyn . .
St. Louis . .
Chicago . .
Boston ....
New York . .
Cincinnati . .
Philadelphia. .
Cincinnati . .
Won Lost Pet. Teams
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TODAYS GAMES
Chicago at Boston (N).
Pittsburgh at New York (N).
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (N).
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
NIGHT GAME
Brooklyn.............. 4
Philadelphia............ 3
Chicago . .
New York .
Boston . .
Cleveland .
Detroit . .
Washington .
Philadelphia
St. Louis .
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. 11 27
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TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Cleveland (N),
Philadelphia at Chicago (N).
New York at Detroit (N).
Boston at St. Louis (N).
YBSTERDAY'S RESULTS
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DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
5th Race "C" Importeds lVs Mile
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. CURACA .................B. Pulido 112
2. MR. FOOT...............R. Moreno 106
3. DAIQUIRI..............J. Contreras 112
4. PAMPHLET.............J. Rodriguez 112
SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES
5th Race (Open) 1 5/16 Mile
Purse: 2,000.00 (Added) Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
"HIPDROMO NACIONAL" CLASSIC
1. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Moreno 120
2. MAIN ROAD............J. Contreras 110
3. (P1NARD.................A. Phillips 128
4. (DICTADOR.........____J. Rodriguez 119
5. WELSH LOCH.............B. Pulido 120
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9th Race "D" Importeds 1 Mile
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes: 5:15 p.m.
O NET WO
1. ESPARTANO..............E. Silvera 108
2. NOVELERA____..........B. Moreno 112
3. MIMO...................A. Phillips 120
"4. GORSEWOOD...........J. Contreras 112
5. GAYWOOD...............M. Hurley 120
6. MAR1SCAL1TO..........J. Rodrigue 120


FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN DEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE PTVB
120 To Tee Off In Gamboa's First Big Tourney
Two-Day QualifyingRound
Set In PAA Invitational
All roods will lead to Gamboa tomorrow morning for
tht first day of the qualifying round of Gamboo'i first
big-time golf tournament: the PAA Invitational.
A total of 120 club swingers, on* of the biggest fields
in the history of Isthmian golf, will fte off for the valuable
prizes.
SATURDAY, JUNE Z
A M
7:30Vye, Halley, Bean.
7:45Eaion, LeBrun, Robin-
*S;oo-Whee!er. Hlnkle, Helden-
"s!u7-Davls. Trim, Sr.. Lattln
8:l4-DesLondes, Al DanleL
Br8n2?-Engelke, R., Zombory\
'TS-Banan, Harrison, Van-
8:35^-Catron, Bylvestre. Burnt.
8:42Wright, Starrett, Lom-
brola. i
8:48Fleming, Jakus, Engel-
ke8:56-Oarrlel, Bldwell, Forrest.
9 03Sullivan, Fear, Hardy.
9:30Crabb, Welborn, Wln-
"o: 16Colston, Preiho,
Schenck, Engelke, O.
'2:00Halligan, Latham, Nov-
ey, Preciado. ^_
2:15Byrd, Meislnger, Morland,
French, M. _..
2:30Noonan, Koepke, Wil-
liams, Day
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SUNDAY,JUNE 3
A-M. L __,
7:300. Riley, Hockatedler,
Super.
7:46Arnold, Berry, Toone.
8:00Muller, Beall, Lewter.
8:07Medlnger, Stroop, Prince.
Thompson, Peralta
Wind Up Training
Luis Thompson and Lionel Pe-
ralta today wound up their train-
ing for Sunday night's 10-round
main bout at the Panama Gym.
Peralta has been unusually im-
pressive during his training ses-
sions. He has shown vast im-
provement in footwork and his
increased speed are taken as an
Indication that he will be out to
catch up early with the speedy
Thompson.
The "Pride of Darien" display-
ed his usual demolishing punch.
He had sparmates seeking cover
most of the week. His fine form
should carry him through to an-
other quick knockout victory.
Thompson, however, has been
just as impressiveIf not more
. so. His handlers claim that Luis
will use his superior reach and
boxing ability to good stead. They
expect him to virtually "stab"
Peralta senseless with his rapier-
like left.
The six-round semifinal will be
between Baby Valentine and Vi-
cente Worrell. Worrell will be
seeking his fifth win In a row in
this bout.
Two four-round preliminaries
will round out the program. Gen-
eral admission will be worth SI
(one dollar), and ringside a doi-
lar-and-a-half ($1.50).
8:1*Olson, Fgate, Evans.
8:21Stephenson, Gregory,
Louis, C.
8:28Bubb, Furat, Parks.
8:36M.Heurtematte, Gallndo,
O, Clement.
8:42 Chandeck, Huldtqulst,
Gilmore.
8:49K e n n a, Mlddlebrook,
Richmond..
9:03 Macarrn, Brbaro,
Hammond.
9:30J. Riley. J. Smith, Trim,
Jr.
9:5C>-A. French, Hunslcker,
Johnson.
10:16Oerrans, J. de la Guar-
dia, F Gerhart.
10:SOC. MacMurray, J. Mac-
Murray, C. Wood.
19:42Carpenter, Pea che r,
Brown.
1:00Boyd, Murray.
2:00 E. de la Guardia, Jr.,
Joaqun de la Guardia, B. Hau-
ler, Jr.
Report That Browns
Have Been Sold Is
Once Again Denied
ST. LOUIS, June 1 (UP)A re-
eort that the St. Louis Browns
ave been sold has popped up
.Rain and once again has been
denied.
A columnist for the New York
Post(Jimmy Cannon)report-
ed yesterday that the Browns
have been sold to a syndicate
headed by former Cleveland own-
er Bill Veeck.
According to the report, the
club will remain In St. Louis and
the' sale would Include the San
Antonio farm club in the Texas
League.
"Veeck likes a change." a close
friend was quoted as saying. "He
knows the other owners In the
American League hate him. He
fete a kick" out of it. Putting over
he Browns would give him the
kick of his life."
The Brownie PresidentBill
DeWittwas quick to deny the
story.
"There is no deal that I know
of," says Dewitt. "The Browns are
not sold and there Is no deal
pending with Mr. Veeck. He did
not buy anything from me."
While Sox, Red Sox.
Dodgers Success Due
To Terrilic Hilling
BY UNITED PRESS
The latest batting averages
show why the White Sox, the Red
Sox and the Dodgers are win-
ning.
Second Baseman Nelson Fox of
the White Sox is second in bat-
ting with a .370 average. Ferris
Fain of Philadelphia leads with
.378. Eddie Robinson of the Pale
Hose is second In runs batted in
with 36. The Red Sox sluggers are
up to their old tricks. Vern Ste-
phens is third in batting with a
.367 mark and Dom DlMagglo is
fourth with .360. Dom DiMaggio
has scored 36 times.
The Dodgers have three play-
ers among the top five hitters in
the National League. Jackie Rob-
inson leads with .404. Cal Abrams
is second with .381. and Peewee
Reese fourth with .370. Stan Mu-
slal of St. Louis breaks up the
Dodger combine with a third-
place .371 average. Robinson
paces the league in runs batted
in with 36, while Duke Snider has
driven in 36 and Gil Hodge 34.
Hodges Is the major league home
run king with 15 before last
night's game.
The Boston Braves have lost
Catcher Ed St. Claire for two or
three weeks. The rookie receiver
broke his right thumb while try-
ing to grab a foul ball in Wed-
nesday's first game at New York.
The Giants have switched In-
flelder Artie Wilson from their
Ottawa farm club In the Inter-
national League to Minneapolis
of the America n Association.
Wilson will replace Shortstop
Rudy Rufer who is out with an
injured leg. The Giants sent Wil-
son to Ottawa last week to make
room for Outfielder Willie Mays.
Charles To Make
Ninth Defense
Against Walcott
CHICAGO, June I (UP) The
next step for Heavyweight Cham-
pion Ezzard Charles seems to be
another title bout with ancient
Jersey Joe Walcott.
Charles successfully defended
for the eighth time Wednesday
night when he declsloned Joey
Maxim in Chicago. There were
no knockdowns but Maxim was
bleeding from the nose and cheek
cuts at the end of the 15-round
bout. Charles reoeived 668,000 for
the night's work. Maxim's cut
was $31,000.
Next on the agenda for Maxim
is a defense of his light heavy-
weight championship. The Cleve-
land champ hasn't defended
since taking the title from Fred-
die Mills in January of last year.
His managerJack Kearns says
Maxim bruised his left hand but
will be ready for a title go with
Bob Satterfleld at Chicago on
June 27, or any other date the
International Boxing Club sets.
'With this fight under his belt,"
says Kearns. "Joey will be in real
good shape for Satterfleld."

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Qualifying Trials
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NEW YORK. June 1 (UP)-
Qualifylng trials for the U. S.
Open Golf Tournament begin
next Monday in 29 cities.
One thousand, 466 pros and
amateurs will try for the 125
available spots in the champion-
ships at Birmingham, Michigan
from June 14 through the ldtli.
Thirty-six players, including de-
fending Champion Ben Hogan of
Fort worth, are exempt because
of past records. Barrett Melvin of
Honolulu qualified in Hawaii on
May 21st which makes the start-
ing field 162.
The 23 low scorers in last
year s Open are exempt. So are
eight former champions, plus
Amateur Champion Sam Urzetta
of Rochester, New York, P. a. A.
Champion Chandler Harper of
Portsmouth, Virginia, British
Open Champ Bobby Locke of
South Afrlcai the 1950 British
Amateur King Frank Stranahan
of Toledo and Al Watrous, the
home pro.
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meat dishes
V
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to, excite
the palate
Paul Richards Has White Sox
Players Completely Behind Him
BY UNITED PRESS
Manager Paul Richards says his
White Sox aren't going to worry
about Boston until Sunday rolls
around. The two clubs will play a
double-header that day, two
more on Monday and a single
game on Tuesday.
"We'll think about the Red Sox
when we go out to meet 'em," says
Richards. "First we have to
watch out for Philadelphia to-
night and Saturday."
Richards says his players have-
n't "tightened up" as they keep
winning. But he admits there Is
pressure on.
"We're just playing ball," says
the freshman manager. "We're
playing good ball and I don't see
any reason why we can't keep it
up."
Richards has the players be-
hind him 100 per cent.
"You know,*' says Pitcher Ran-
dy Oumpert, "speaking for my-
self I don't want to win Just for
myselfbut for Richards, too.
There's a great guy."
Oumpert, who has won three
in a row, says the winning spurt
Is strictly a one-for-all, all-for-
one proposition.
"I like this ball club," says
Oumpert. "They're all trying.
There are no Prima Donnas on
the club. Everybody tries hard."
The White Sox are five away
from the American League win-
ning streak of 19. That mark was
set by the 1906 White Sox and
tied by the Yankees in 1947.
The Dodgers open a long home
stand with a slim two-game
bulge on the St. Louis Cardinals.
St. Louis Manager Marty Mar-
ion says that's the story of the
1961 National League race. Mar-
lon think hU Cardinals are the
only ones strong enough to give
Brooklyn a battle all the way.
That is, adds Marty, if he can
come up with another pitcher.
Marion named Tom Poholsky,
Gerry Staley and Joe Presko as
his starters. Max Lanler and
Harry Brecheen will handle spot
assignments with Ted Wllks and
Al Brazle in the bull-pen.
"The fourth starter," says
Marty, "will be Howie Pollet,
George Munger or Cloyd Boyer.
One should come around. It he
does, we'll be tough to beat. Even
for the Dodgers.
Marion says that pitching
plus a tight defensewill bring
the Cardinals through.
"We don't have power to match
Brooklyn's," admits Marty. "So
we must have a superior defense.
I think the new menThird
Baseman Billy Johnson and
Shortstop Stan RoJekwill'give
u that."
Marlon stresses the double-
play ball.
"You can se It happen every
day," says the former "Mr. Short-
stop." "An lnflelder is a little off
the mark and misses the second
half of the double-play. Thai
gives the other team an extra
batter in that inning. You can'
do that and win ball games." .
Marion says he prooably will
not play this season. He swung
his right leg to show that the
knee that was operated on last
winter won't bend all the way.
It's getting along fine," says
Marion, "but I'm not in shape to
play major league shortstop. Be-
sides," he adds with a grin. "
don't think I'm good enough to
beat out Rojek for the Job. He's
terrific."
TIES SPAN 3 CENTURIES
SCANDIA, Kan.. (UP).A. B.
Johnson probably is a record
maker. Now 83, he has lived with
members of a family born-, in
three centuries. Johnson's grand-
Sarents were born in the 1700s;
is parents in the 1800s, and-his
children In the 1900s.
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
CHAPMAN WINSMrs. Dick Chapman hugs the cup won by
her husband, of Plnehurst, N.C., in the British Amateur Golf
Championship Tournament at Porthcawl, Wales. Vie 40-year-
old Chapman beat Charlie Coe of Oklahoma City in the All-
Amerlcan final. '_________
Mike Kulikowski Again
Cops Davis Club Crown
FORT OULICK, C.Z., June 1
Defying golfers' superstition, Sgt.
First Class Mike Kulikowski
emerged as both medalist, with a
73 and champion of the 1951 Fort
Davis Golf Club annual tourna-
ment.
Mike has been club champion
at Fort Davis since 1949. Run-
ner-up this year was Army Cap-
tain H. B. Gardner, and Bob Hur-
dle, an Army civilian employe
who held on to defeat Master
Sergeant "Jim" Mau and win
consolation prize in the cham-
pionship flight. Runner-up med-
alist was Major Roy A. Hayden
with a 79.
First flight winner was Naval
Lieutenant P. J. Riley and Paul
Avancoe, a Cristobal High School
teacher, was runner-up. Conso-
lation winner of this flight was
the manager of the Cristobal
Chase Bank, W. Fritz Humph-
ries.
Sergeant Kenneth Prehn of Ft.
Gullck took the second (light
championship and Naval Lieut-
enant Oeorge J. Bills was run-
ner-up with Naval Commander
Jack Schwartz taking the con-
solation prize in this flight.
Private First Class Jack Qar-
vey won the third flight.
Prizes for the above mentioned
golfers will be presented at the
Fort Davis Golf Clubhouse on
Sunday, June 3. All members and
their families are most cordially
invited to attend the presenta-
tion ceremony. A free buffet sup-
per and refreshment will be serv-
ed.
Highly Citation
Loses Another Race
HOLLYWOOD, June 1 (UP)
The mighty Citation ate dust
again Wednesday in the $30.000
Argonaut Handicap at Hollywood
Park.
Citation, still trying to become
the first million-dollar winner of
racing, ran second to Be Fleet.
The Calumet Clipper picked up
$5.000 for his runner-up spot.
That brings Citation's earnings
to $944,460.
The Jersey Handicap at Gar-'
den State uncovered a possible
Belmont Stakes threat from the
Brookmeade Stable. Steadfast
closed so fast to win the mile-
and-one-quarter handicap that
the rallblrds feel he should be a
natural for the mlle-and-one-
half Belmont.
Truit
Your Figure
to a
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OK SALE:Wistinohouse 9 cu. ft.
oil porctliin refrigerator with unit
guoronteed, 3 more yeors; bam-
boo choin; Colonial Desk; Corner
Cabinet; Rook Coie, Vacuum
Cleaner; Westinghoute RoaMer;
Chineie Tea Sef; Dlshe; House-
hold Articles. House 546-C, Seo-
forthia Avenue, Cocoli.
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:f939 Chevrolet 2 door
seden $250.00. See at DioWo Fir*
Stotion.
FOR SALE:Duty free. 4 Chevrolet
automobiles, 1950. 4' door, per-
fect condition. Adalberto Joly ond
Co. Phone 1222 or 417 Colon.
FOR SALE:I hive two refrigerators.
one $145. one $95. Take your
choice I'H kP ,ne 0,ner onr
1 Tel. 3-0406.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator Westing-
' house 9 cu. ft. 25 Cycle, oil
. porceloin. $150.00. purchaser may
rake possession on June 14th. G.
E-. woshlng mochn 25 cycle,
wringer type, used, good condition
$85.00. Purchoser moy tok pos-
session June 14th. Electric motor
1-4 H. P. 25 cycle $15.00. Small
child's bicycle. $25. White wick-
er table $6.00. Other household
appliances and goods, toys, etc.
Colon Beoch 422-B.
FOR SALE:Ceder wardrobe, ena-
mel top table dining, 4 choirs,
white-green, Servel Frigidoire", gos,
-ntw. Boy's bicycle. Coco Solo 326-
C. Phone 246.
FOR SALE:__7 Ft. Westinghouse re-
frigerator, excellent condition, new
appearance, 25 cycle, $100. 827-
Empire Road, Balboa. Phone 2-
6314.______________________ .
FO RSALE:6 ft. Westinghouse re-
frigerator,' 25 cycle in good run-
ning order, $50. Apt. size crib,
complete with mattress. $15.
Quarters 1415-B. Carr St.. Balboa.
FOR SALE:Three month old Norge
washing machine. 25 cycle and 5
bamboo shodes, Balboo 2-2100.
FOR SALE:One mahogany dresser
$20.00. ene Simmons studio couch,
$50.00, 2 girls 26" bicycles $20.
00 and $25.00, one small fiving-
room feble (mahegonyl $6.00.
Quorters 564-B, Curundu Heights.
Tel. 83-2137.
FOR SALE:Frigidaie 7.5 good con-
dition. Simmons twin metal bed
frames. $5.00. Coll 2-1432. 863
Edwords Ploce. Balboa.
FOR SALE-Solia mohogany dining
set. 7 piece, $175.00. Heywood
.Wokefield platform- rocker, $43.-
00. 3-way floor lamp, $15.00.
5337-A, Dovis St. Dioblo.
FOR SALE:Leaving. Few pieces of
lovely furniture: Solid mohogony
four poster bed, "Bl.auytrest" mat-
tress, spnngs,'. spreads, curtains,
very lovely, procticolly new. So-
lid mahogany center table, corved
Indian table. Mohogany chest of
drowers, plote glass top with se-
parate triple plote gloss mirror.
Bamboo seat, cushion. Walnut gate
leg table. Davenport, open a bed
compartment below. Grandfather
clock, solid mohogony, Westmin-
ister chimes. Large porceloin lomp,
new shode. Rodio lomp. Desk lomp.
Chaise chair. cushion, garden
chair. Wrought iron, yellow tile
op toble, 2 stools to match, lomp.
Kitchen cabinet, porcelain top
table. Waffle iron, Sllex broiler,
stainless steel pots, iron pots, elec-
tric iron, dishes, gloss, etc., 2 gloss
top tobies. $5.00 each. No. 44
46th Street Apt. 9. 8 o. m. to 3
'JJ^tri.
FfleCSALE:9 feet 25 cycle West-
Ineliouse refrigerator. Porcelain
ffnVh throughout. Very gocd con-
dition. $125.00. Phone Pedro Mi-
guel 4-286 after 6 p. m.; 1015-D
La Boco.___________________
FOR SALE:Arm bamboo Philippine
chairs with cushion $20 each.
Easy choir wicker $10.00. Eosy
choir mahogany with cushion $20.
00. Rattan orm choir $5.00. Sim-
mons Studio Couch $30.00. Garden
mahogany chairs, $7.50 each. 7th
St. Bolivar Ave. No. 6077, Colcn.
FOR SALE:Woshing machine Ken-
more, 60 cycle InewJ 1950 mo-
del suds saver attachable. Apply
11 -A, Margarita Street, New Cris-
. toba I.
yOR SALE:Simmons Sofe bed, ma-
v hogany diningroom furniture,
Guatemalan Chairs and end table
S ft. green porch shodes. Train
, transformer 25 cycle. 70 Summit,
I C. 2. 4-163.
.FOR SALE: Custom Built Console,
3 speed changer, new, all maho-
gony; $300; 20 albums records,
100 mise; Philco refrigerator, good;
8 cu. ft.; rugs, drapes valonees,
couch with coverall to motch for
$75.00; 2 end tobies $5.00;
ejpuble bed Simmons mattress,
prinfl $60.00. kitchen table $3.-
00. Service for eight Rogers
Silver, never used $60.00; play
pen $5.00. high chair $500,
stroller $5.00. 1950 Pontlec Ca-
talina, 8.000 miles, 9 months old
with rodio; perfect condition, $1,-
875.00. Any time; 474-B. Coeo-
II.__________________
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE: Indian motorcycle.
Excellent condition. Has saddle
bogs, lights, runs off battery. Te-
lephone 2-6307.
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmoblle 6. 4
Door Sedan, duty paid, car like
new, excellent running, low mi-
leage, plastic seet covers, finance
available $.1,575.00. Call 3-1571
Cristobal, between 8:00 a. m.
3:00 P. M. House 147-B, 8|h. St.
New Cristobal.
FOR SALE: To highest bidder
1948 Fofd Station Wagon, duty
paid and fully licensed for year
1951. Sealed bids will be accepted
ot our office No. 5 V street, Pan-
ama City, Panama end 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-
ican World Airways, Inc.
Leovlng Saturday. 1940 Pontioc 2
Door Sedan. Very good condition.
83-3236, Curundu Heights, $350.
00.
NYLON seat covers for Hudson ot re-
duced price at Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontlac, two
doors, automatic changes, plastic
seat covers, rodio, good tires, used
only 15 months. Perfect condi-
tion. Cell Tel. 2-0860.
FOR SALE: Chrysler New Yorker
1949, radio, leo the upholstery,
air conditioner, low mileoge. 8175
A, Margarita. Phone 3-2329.
FOR SALCMC 10 wheel truck
wM front winch ana aeeeeie* for
eerryleg leaa. Steel eJatfem.
Agencies Globe lei, Vie Iseefte 121
Tel. 1-1501.
FOR SALE:Or trode for a $300.00
car, in board motor boat model
A. Ford engine, new paint job.
No. 105. Can be seen at Torpn
Club Boat docks if interested. Call
Fort Gulick 807.
?oro raw bey e UMD ser tee Mr.
Loo, he oelli Hie beet uiJ cere in
town. AUTOLANDIA. 4th. of July
Ave. Ne. 13. Tel. 2-1115:
FOR.SALE:1950 Stvdebaker, Land
Cruiser, leather upholstery, radio,
excellent condition, priced for
' quick sale. Call Balboa 3425.
FOR SALE:For the man who ap-
preciates e truly fine car. 1949
Buick Dynaflow Roadmaster Sedan-
ette with Radio ond Air System.
Less than 9.000 actual miles.
maintained in perfect condition.
This cor delivers in New York for
$3.265.00. .Avoiloble here, duty
free. Make offer. Telephone Pan-
ama 2-0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684
evenings, Sturgill.
FOR SALE:Leaving. Must sell 1948
Crosley convertible. Good condi-
tion. Duty paid. Apartment 2120-
A, Curundu.
FOR SALf:1946 Nash 4 door Am-
bassador, leather upholstered. Good
condition. 2-1432 863 Edwords
Ploce.
FOR SALE: Packord Sedan 1942
model. Rodio, elect. Windshield
Wipers, good tires. Phone 3-2561,
MISCELLANEOUS
Do vov have cMaking pttkttmi
Write Alcoholics Anenymeea
> 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:Metol Lathe Dolton
"6" toolmokers screw cutting,
lathe with many extras. Including
milling ond toper attachments,
2 Jacobs chucks, collet set etc.
mounted on sturdy bench with
jockshaft, clutch, ond motor. Price
$250.00. 1470-B. Holder!" 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-
frlgeofion unit. 1950, 25 Cyl. 6
cu. ft. Frigidoire. Coll Albrook
6219.
RESORTS
Gromllch's Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottoges. Electric Ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
tVillioms Sonta Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillies. Beech cottages, Santa Clara
Box number 435. Balboo. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
spacious beautiful residence, mod-
ern conveniences. No. 114, I lth
street, Paitilla. For information
call telephone 2-1456, Panamo.
FOR RENT: House, "Urbaniza-
cin El Carmen," two bedrooms,
living-diningroom, kitchen, porch,
goroge ond service. Call Tel. 3-
0545.
FOR SALE:One natural color mo-
dernistic bar and 4 stools, $50.00.
Two bedroom' suits complete,
springs ond mattress, $60.00 each.
Two, 3-way floor lamps, $10">
00 eoch. twin woffle irons, $7.50.
One desk small $10.00. Five ma-
ternity dresses, size 12. Tel. Al-
brook 6122.
FOR SALE:Breeding hogs, red and
block, with white stripes. (Hamp-
shire ond Duroc Jersey) No. 42,
"8" Ave., Ponamo.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:36 ft. Wheeler. Stock
cruiser, Chrysler powered. Luxuri-
ous sleeping accommodations for
2 in forecastles, 4 In beautifully
arranged deck cabin, completely
screened. Large galley, private
toilet and washroom, full length
hanging closet. 6 ft. 6 in. head-
room throughout. Large comfort-
able cockpit. Large storage space
for ice, water, ond gas. Numerous
cabinets. In excellent condition,
fully equipped ond many extras,
and ready to go. Can be seen at
Gamboa Boot Club oil day Wed-
nesday, Saturday and Sunday or
by oppointment. Phone 83-4295.
FOR SALE:Sailboat, length 12 ft.
equipment complete, Marconi Rig-
ged, spruce most, stainless steel
cehtercoord. 2-wheeled carrier,
$175.00. Colon Beach 422-B.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Good laundress, 3 days
a week. Apply house No. 3, 52nd
St., Bella' Vjsta. '
WANTED:Good cook. Must wash
clothes. For two people only. Ap-
ply to Venezuela St. No. 10, up-
stairs after I p. m.
Position Offered
WANTED:Sale person, exclusively
on sewing machines, oble to speok
English and Spanish, on commis-
sion basis, write to Aportado No.
537. Ponama City-
FOR SALISnick Super 1949 Dyne-
flew. twe ooor sedan, block, aeet-
covort, white wall tires, radio, in
excellent condition. Owner reeving
country. Call 3-1975.
FOR SALE1937 Ford Tudor. Gray
finish. Excellent. 5647-F, Dioblo,
next to tennis court. After 3 p. m.
D. R. Wilcox. Leaving Isthmus.
FOR SALE:Four Firestone Automo-
bile tires, 7.10 v 15. excellent
condition. $32 for set. 827-A Em-
pire Road, Balboo. Phone 2-6314.
FOR SALfi:1948 Ford Tudor with
radio $900.00 cosh. Coll 3-1880
Cristobal.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTID: '51 er '$0 Ceeill.c
"<2," n.stwooo. Duty Free. 620-
B. Cocoli. 5 to 7 a. m.
Israeli Spokesman
Denies Plane Shot
Down By Syrians
TEL AVIV, June 1 (UP) A
government spokesman denied
that Syrian fighters shot down
an Israeli plane, and said: "If
they shot down a plane, it must
have been one of their own."
8yrlan reports said that an
Israeli plane was downed yester-
day by Syrian fighters over the
Syrian town of Deraa. forty miles
southeast of the Sea of Galilee.
Meanwhile, the official Ramal-
las radio reported from Jordan
that the Jordan Transport Plane
Force landed near Syro Jordan
border near Deraa after being
attacked by Syrian planes. Ra-
dio report said there was no
damage to the plane and the oc-
cupants were unhurt after the
attack.
WANTED: Spanish-English steno-
grapher with experience. Apply
personally at 9:00 a. m. Saturday
ot Moncgrom Pictures 26 Street
Balboa Avenue.
LESSONS
Leorn poise, grace, balance ond self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, address, phone at
desk Bolboo YMCA or Box 106,
Balboo, Harnett & Dunn.
Leorn Spanish with Mrs. Romero
wonderful conversational system.
Estudiante St. 77-A.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Bargain, a lot of lond
cleon ond level in El Voile. 5365
sq. m. Tei. 2-1112, Pontana. I
FOR SALE:American expecting to
return to the States offers for sale
lucrative business, minimum $10.-
000 cash required.-For information
write Post Office Box 3263 Pon-
British Truckers
Win Protest Of
'Gestapo' Patrol
LONDON, June 1 (UP)
Thirteen thousand truckers will
return to work tomorrow after
a five-day strlkr which par-
tially crippled long distance
freight transport in the United
Kingdom, according to strike
leader.
The decision to end "wildcat"
stoppage was reached after the
government's road haulage exe-
cutive agreed to suspend new
specialized highway patrols
which strikers had called
snooper'' and "gestapo.''
FOR RENT:Spacious house at No.
32, 50th St. I San Martin),, three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, partly
air-conditioned, completely fur-
nished ond equipped for four
and a half months from June 4th.
Telephone 3-0444.
FOR RENT:Well furnished house,
garden, hot water, July and August.
Near Paitilla Airport. Reasonable
price. Tel. 3-2045 7.00 a. m.
I p. ni 7 p. m.
FOR RENT2 bedroom rock cottage
Lefevre Pork. Tel. P. A. D. 6140,
for information.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
concrete chalet. Golf Heights. Rent
$150.00. Phone 3-2541, Panama.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. Bella
Vista No. 13, 43rd Street.
FOR RENT:Cool modern, two bed-
room apartment. 149 Va Porros.
Phone Ponama 3-1618 from 9 a.
m. to 5, p. m.
FOR, RENT:Nice small aportment
for bachelor. Apply house 7 Ma-
rio. Tel. 3-1404.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment
201 1 Melender Ave. Apply Balin
6029, Oilboa Ave. Colon, phone
475-J or 517-J ofter 6:30 p. m.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
oparlment, livingroom, bedroom
kitchen, both. Frigidoire. All
screened, No. 2, 47th Street. Tel.
3-1648 olso furnished bedroom.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
apartment, two bedrooms, large
kitchen, all utilities and utensils,
COOL. Two months only. July ond
August. Reasonable. Phone Pan.
2-1264, 7 a. m. to 4.00 p. m.
Evenings 3-3010 Mt. Powell.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated
2 bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-diningroom, servant's
quarters, hot water installation.
Good location, Bello Visto, No. 32,
44th Street, telephone 3-0815.
FOR RENT:Aportment on balcony,
4th of July Avenue No. 5, gas and
lights included. Across from Bus
stop. Telephone Ponama 2-4448.
FOR RENT;2 bedroom aportment.
holl, kitchen, between 9th ond
10th St. Roosevelt Ave. Coll Co-
lon 822.
FOR RENT: Furnished, modern,
cool two bedroom apartment in
Bella Vista. Good quiet neighbor-
hood. Coll Panamo 3-4038 or
Balboa 2461.'
FOR RENT:Unfurnished, 2 bed-
room apartment, diningroom ond
parlor. Servant-room, all screened,
hot woter installation; garage,
$125.00. 41 St. No. 37, Comilo
A. Porras, Tel. 3-0434.
FOR RENTNicely furnished apart-
ment including electric Refriger-
otor. porch. Parlor Diningroom.
Bedroom. Kitchen, Sanitary Service,
Goroge. Tiled. All screened. $50.-
00. Inquire 112 Vlb Belisario
Porras near SAS Store.
FOR RENT:Ample and comfortob'e
apartment, two bedrooms ond gar-
age. 69 Mexico Ave. ntar Cole-
gio Maria Inmaculada. Informa-
tion from 10-11 e. m. and 3-6 p.
m.
FOR RENT
Room*
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, cleon
cool room. Meals if desired, apart-
ment 3, Bella Vista. 46th Street
No. 18-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, with
gos ond Frigidoire. No. 7, 4th of
July Ave.
TROPHY n TEAKS LATE
SCRANTON,Pa., (UP).J.Carl
Lenchltsky was presented a tro-
phy for winning the first Scran-
ton marbles tournament 27
years alter he won the title In
1924.
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Entertainers Sought
For Service Dance
Al T Tomorrow
Special interest is being arous-
ed for tomorrow night's YMCA
dance for Servicemen and their
wives.
OSO Hostesses, unaer the lead-
ership o their new officers, will
be present to make the evening
enjoyable. IVe newly elected of-
ficers are as follows: President,
Louise Peemster; Vice-Presldent,
Acls Rothery; Secretary, Inga
Fisher; and Treasurer, Aurora
Guerra.
If you sing, play an instrument,
Among the cadets graduating
from the United States Military
Academy on June 5 Is Diego A.
Jimenez, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roberto Jimenez, of Panama Ci-
ty. '
Prior to his appointment to
the Academy from Panama, Ji-
menez attended Colegio de la Sa-
lle, Panama City, and Colegio
Centro America, Granada, Nica-
ragua. Later he attended Bulls
School, Silver 8prlng, Maryland.
At the Academy he was active
in Intramural athletics for four
years, as well as an active mem-
ber of the Spanish Language
Club, the Ski Club and the Cam-
era Club.
During the past year he was
appointed a Cadet Sergeant of
Company 1, First Regiment, U.S.
Corps of Cadets. Upon graduat-
ing. Cadet Jimenez will receive a
Bachelor of Science degree.
Jimenez is one of four non-U.8.
citizens In the class.
SIX MORE CIVILIANS have just graduated from US Army
Quartermaster's school p.t Coroza!, following completion of a
"Work Simplification" training program. Two hours of In-
struction, twice weekly was given the class by management
Improvement officers of the Quartermaster Division. Success-
ful completion of the 24-hour course resulted In "Certificates
o Training" In "Work Simplification" to the following Coro-
zal CM depot employes. Glendall R. Lee, Martha L. Willis,
Hubert G. Jackson. Dorothy V. Payne, Joel E. Thompson, and
Marl E. Flggee'were presented their certificates by Capt. J. T.
Holman in the executive offices of Corozal Quartermaster
Section.
Civil Affairs Wins
5th Honor Award
For Safe Operations
The Civil Affairs Bureau won
its fifth. Bureau Honor Roll A-
ward during the present fiscal
year for the best April safety re-
cord, placing this Canal unit well
ahead of the nearest contenders
among Canal-Railroad bureaus
for the number of monthly a-
wards In 1951. according to April
accident statistics In the latest
issue of "Safety Zone."
The Engineering and Construc-
tion Bureau Is second among Ca-
nal-Railroad Bureaus for Its
number of monthly bureau a-
wards. having won three since
July 1, 1950. The Community
Service, Health, Marine and Sup-
ply and 8ervlce Bureaus have
each won one monthly award
during the present fiscal year.
Among Canal-Railroad Divi-
sions, the Railroad Division won
its sixth Division Honor Roll A-
ward in April, placing this Canal
unit in the same "league-lead-
ing" position held by the Motor
Transportation and Municipal
Divisions, which also have won
six monthly awards since July 1,
1950.
A Division Honor Roll Award
for the month of April also went
to the Dredging Division, which
had won three previous monthly
awards during the year.
To mar the month's safety pic-
ture, the "Safety Zone" cites sev-
eral examples of personnel who
"seem to have exerted themselves
to some length to sustain painful
injuries."
Examples Usted by the monthly
safety publication include the
painter who fell 12 feet to the
ground; the cook who turned a
kettle of hot water on his leg; a
lugger man who Just happened to
be In the way of a falling five-
gallon water bottle; the Janitor
who injured his right wrist be-
cause of the vigor employed in
washing a sink; and the employe
who was felled by a bale of cot-
ton during a rest period.
Girls' State To
Meet At Sherman
Approximately 65 girls and
women will travel to Fort Sher-
man next Friday when Carib-
bean Girls State convenes for'
its third annual session. The
girls, all Juniors in high school
during the past year, will come
from fourteen communities of
the Canal Zone and Panama. The
staff, all of whom serve on a vol-
unteer basis, will come from ten
communities.
This year two girls of Pana-
manian citizenship will attend
Caribbean Girls State as "observ-
ers." Irma Lelgnadler. of Colon,
will be sponsored by the Inter-
American Women's Club. Colon
Unit, while Herminia Filos, of
Panama, will be sponsored by the
I.A.W.C. of Panama. It Is ex-
pected that these girls will have
a splendid contribution to make
to the program and will then-
selves receive benefits in the way
of an understanding of how city,
county and state governments
function In the United States.
have a special dance routine, or
skill In magic, you have been
asked to arrange with Mrs. Lina-
res or Mr. Piper at the "Y". a-
head of time to be sure of your
special spot on the program.
Dean R. T. Ferris
Will Deliver CZJC
Baccalaureate
The Very, Rev. Raymond T.
Ferris will deliver the baccalau-
reate address for the 1951 Canal
Zone Junior College graduating
class at services to be held at 4
o'clock Sunday afternoon at the
Ancon Community Theater.
The Invocation will be given by
Dr. Harry A. Merfeld, Rabbi of
Kol Shearlth Israel In Panama,
and the Rev. Louis B. Storms of
St. Mary's Mission will pro-
nounce the benediction.
Three choral selections will be
presented at the baccalaureate
service.
The complete program for the
Sunday service follows:
Processional "Holy, Holy Ho-
ly" Dykes.
Invocation Dr. Harry A. Mer-
feld.
"Glory Now to Thee Be Given"
Bach.
"Commit Thy Ways," from "St.
Matthew Passion" Bach.
"Send Forth Thy Light" Ba-
lakirew.
Baccalaureate Address The
Very Rev. Raymond T. Ferris,
Dean, St. Luke's Cathedral.
"Come, Thou Almighty King"
De Glardlni.
Benediction The Rev. Louis
B. Storms. CM.
Recessional "Onward Chris-
tian Soldiers" Sullivan.
The 1951 graduates of the Ju-
nior College Include:
John Alexander, June Atkin-
son, Mary Lea Azcarraga, Donald
Boland. Horacio Chlal, Enrique
Chung, William F. Clarke Jr.,
Beatriz Cordoba, John B. Corliss
and Barbara Curies.
Arturo Diez. Jeannlne Dorgan,
Joyce Ann Dugas, Frances E.
Farrell, Edwin A. Gajeski, Rich-
ard C. Goff, David B. Halm,
John M. Hansen, Burnice A.
Herring and Susan C. Hutchlngs.
Oscar Kam, Charles A. McAr-
thur, Louis A. Mal lia, Catherine
Manush, Betty Jean Newlln,
Hugh A. Overby, Alvaro Paredes,
Larry Parks, Joseph Payne, Lu-
ciano Perez and Thomas Charles
Peterson.
Enrique Quintero, Ramon I.
Ramirez, John H. Ray, James G.
Raymond, Mrs. Barbara King
Lf. Col. Dowswell
Becomes Logistics
Assistant For Air
Lt. Colonel John S. Dowswell,
recent arrival in the Canal Zone,
has been assigned to the staff of
the Commander in Chief. Carib-
bean Command, as the Assistant
Logistics Officer for Air.
Colonel Dowswell comes to Pa-
nam from Tyndall Air Force
Base, Florida, where he was Ex-
ecutive Officer of the Mainten-
ance and Supply Group.
During the war, Col. Dowswell
earned two Distinguished Flying
Crosses and five Air Medals for
fallantry and meritorious service
ii combat during two overseas
tours In the European Theater of
Operations.
He served with the 97th Bomb
Group as an Aircraft Command-
er from June 1942 to June 1943,
and later In Europe with the 93rd
Bomb Group as a Squadron Com-
mander from April 1944 to June
1945. Intervening between his two
combat assignments he attend-1
ed the Command and General)
Staff School at Fort Leaven-
worth, Kansas, and graduated In
December 1943.
Following World War DT. DowsJ
well was assigned to Tyndall
AFB, Florida, in 1945, where he
served continuously until his as-
signment In the Canal Zone.i
Dowswell, a graduate of C'ornelli
University at Ithaca. New York, i
was accompanied to the Isthmus!
by his wife, Doreen, and their i
two sons. Richard, age six, and1
Christopher, age four.
He is the son of H. R. Dowswell
of 80 Pinewood Gardens Harts-1
dale, New York. '
Violence Breaks Out {
On Auckland Wharves '
AUCKLAND, June 1. (UP) ,
Some 14 persons were Injured
here today In a clash between
the police and 1,500 Communist-
led striking dockers.
The clash came after the po-
lice ordered the dispersal of a
strikers' parade along th; docks.
Robinson, Antonio Saiz, Carol
8ergeant, Frank C. Smith, Wal-
ter E. Trout and Ramon A.
Young.
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1NERAL AND MRS. MORRIS GIVE FAREWELL DINNER
R GENERAL AND MRS. PORTER
The Commander-in-chief, Caribbean Command, and Mr*.
William H. H. Morris, Jr., entertained at dinner but fitti-
ng at their quarters on Quarry Heights in honor of Major
General and Mrs. Ray E. Porter who are leaving soon for
General Porter's new pott In the United States.
General and Mrs. Morris entertained the Peruvian Am-
bassador to Panama and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, Dr.
Emilio Ortii de Zevallos; the Governor of The Panama Canal
tend Mrs. Francis K. Newcomer, the Charge d'Affalres of the
United SUtcs Embassy and Mrs. Murray M. Wise. Major Gen-
'ral and Mrs. George W. Rice, Brigadier General Robert L.
Howie, the Lieutenant Governor of The Panama Canal and
Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel, Captain Henry C. Johnson, U.S.N., and
Mrs. Johnson, and Colonel and Mrs. R. J. Mi-Bride.
turning to Bogota
rhe 8wedish Minister to Pan-
ta, Colombia, and Ecuador
d Mrs. Brynolf Eng, who have
en at El Panama Hotel for
e past week, plan to return
Bogota, Colombia, Sunday.
rs. Donovan Hostess
Luncheon
Mrs. Henry L. Donovan, Canal
me vice-president of the In-
r American Women's Club.
ve a luncheon today at her
mie on Balboa Heights In
mor o Mrs. Adolfo Arlas Pa-
des, retiring president of the
lb.
Mrs. Donova's guests lnclud-
I the honorary presidents of
e club, the officers, board
embers, and the chairmen of
mmlt'-ees.
Bcktail Party-
t Army and Navy Club
Joseph T. Flynn, Assistant
ttache of the United States
nbassy in Panama, and Mrs.
ynn are giving a cocktail
irty this evening at 7 at the
rmy and Navy Club, Fort
mador.
ocher-Baumbach Wedding
omorrow Afternoon
Miss Lois Baumbach, daugh-
* and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
aumbach of Balboa Heights,
to be married tomorrow af-
rnoon at two thlrtv o'clock
t the Fort Amador Chapel to
rden Kocher. son of Mr. and
Irs. Rodell Kocher of Wllkes-
arre. Pennsylvania. A receD-
on In the Fern Room of the
otel Tivoli will follow the
ceremony. No invitations have
been issued and all friends of
the young couple are Invited to
the wedding and to the recep-
tion.
Cocktail Buffet Given By
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bennett
honored Mrs. Robert D. Glass-
burn and Mr. and Mrs. Chaes
E. Beall at a cocktail-buffet
Riven Wednesday evening at
their home at Juan Franco.
Mrs. Glassburn and Mr. and
Mrs. Beall sailed today on the
88 Panama for New York.
With the honor guests the
party included Mr. and Mrs. D.
Maurice Eggleston. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Sander, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cunningham. Mrs.
Charles E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Brack Ha tier, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
F. Kline and Mr. and Mrs.
George Arias.
Birth Announcement
Lieutenant and Mrs. Gerald
F. Graham announce the birtn
of their second son, Edward
Lee, at Gorgas Hospital May
30. The baby is a grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Perce Graham
of Diablo Heights and of Mr.
and Mrs. Dwlglit VanEvera of
Balboa. Lieutenant Graham was
recalled to duty recently and
Is stationed at Perrln Air Force
Base, Sherman, Texas.
pen Women to Meet
Tomorrow Morning
The Canal Zone Branch, Na-
tional League of American Pen
Women, will hold Its regular
monthly meeting tomorrow at
9:30 a.m. in the Little Gallery
at the Hotel Tivoli. Mrs. Frank
W. Pyle of Washington, D. C.
former National Secretary of
the Pen Women, will be a spe-
cial guest at the meeting.
Special Party Saturday
At Elks Club
Elks and their guests are
Invited to' a special "Bowery
Night" party Saturday at 8
n.m. in the new bar of the
Balboa Elks' Club.
Oriental Country
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Mr. and Mrs. Heady
Mrs. Joseph M. Toby of Jack-
sonville. Florida, and Mrs. Lo-
retta Norville of Mobile, Ala-
bama, arrived by airplane last
evening for a visit of two
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Everett Heady at Balboa
Heights. They will return to
the United States, sailing for
New Orleans, on June 12.
JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Mis< Shelton Entertains
At Tea
Miss Gloria Shelton enter-
tained a group of her friends
at tea Wednesday afternoon at
her home in Ancon.
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"If its for the Baby, we have it'."
NOW LOCATED at No. 40 44th Street Bella Vista
(white house under construction, just around
the corner from previous -address).
TELEPHONE 3-1259
450 DRESSES
ON SALE!
COTTONS ......from 3.95 SILKS ...........from 5.95
DRESSY ........ 5.95 MATERNITY .... 4.95
BALLARINAS ... 13.59 FORMALS ...... 7.50
BLOUSES . from .95
SLIPS
Nylon Half-Slips...... 1.95 Fine Silk ............. 2.50
Cotton ..........from I-M Cotton Half Slips, from 1.95
Nylon......3.50
friae'i Special t.
Pare Silk, embroidery trim. .10.50
NIGHTIES
Cotton ............... 2.50 Fine Silk ........from 2.25
KJriae' Special
Extra Fine Nighties 7.95
CAMISOLES
Cotton..........from 1.50 Silk ..............*... 1.75
NEGLIGEES
Cotton ..........from 4.50 Silk .............from 7.50
BED JACKETS .........................from 2.25
BATHING SUITS ...................... 4.95
BRASSIERES (Famous makes)___HALF PRICES
LEATHER SLIPPERS (Mules)...........from 2.95
HANDBAGS ........................... 1.95
PANTIES, Jersey (famous makes).............50
JEWELRY. LUNCHEON SETS. NATURAL HAIR CHIGNONS,
FANS . and many other articles at low prices!
CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
DRESSES sises 3 to IS.........................from .95
SILK DRESSES ....................... ......... 55
HANDBAGS .....from 1.00 BLOUSES........from 1.00
POLO SHIRTS... .95 GUAYABERAS... 1.95
COTTON SKIRTS ...............................from 1.95
STRICTLY CASH SALES
NO ALTERATIONS DURING THE SALE
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The Ohio State Tournament
(plajied in Cleveland at the end
of April) reminds me of a hand
that the late Louis Watson play-
ed in this same annual tourna-
[Trnent many years ago.
North's bid of two no-trump
would not be made by an expert
In modern competition. In 1930,
when this hand was played, such
bidswith one suit wide open-
were quite common.
The defenders quickly rattled
off three heart tricks against
Watson's final contract of four
spades. West won the third
round of hearts and led a club,
after which it was up to Watson
to take the rest of the tricks.
He took the club with dummy's
king and led a spade to his ace.
Not suspecting the bad trump
break, declarer continued with
the king of spades. When West
discarded a heart Watson realiz-
ed that he would have to execute
a double trump coup in order to
make his contract.
He led his remaining club to
dummy's ace and ruffed a club in
his own hand. Then he led the
five of diamonds.
If West had been a really bril-
liant player, he would have put
up his queen. However. West
made the routine play of a low
diamond, and the Jack of dia-
monds was finessed from dum-
my.
This "unnecessary" finesse cre-
ated an extra entry to dummy.
Watson ruffed dummy's last club
and then led the king of dia-
monds to dummy's ace.
At this point. East's two re-
maining cards were the Jack and
nine of spades, while South had
the queen and ten of spades. No
matter what was led from dum-
my, South could win both of the
remaining tricks.
25 Ogle
27 Cicatrix
28 Deprivation
29 "Smallest
State" (ab.)
30 Not (prefix)
si Percent (ab.)
32 Mixed type
33 Adam's son
(Bib.)
35 European river 9
38 Style
39 Preposition
40 Chaldean city
41 Thoroughfares
47 Tungsten (ab.)
48 Varnish
ingredient
50 Cook stove
51 Rest
52 Musical
exercises
54 In abundance
56 Cylindrical
37 Shows
' pleasure
VERTICAL
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2 Epic
I Succulent fruit
statesman
21 Omission of
words
24 Complained
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wind
Charm
Chemical salt
Dress
Paths .
Waste
allowance
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45 Ova
48 Group of
players
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55 Chinese
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SHRINERS ATTENTION
Special Train
A special train will leave Balboa Heights Station,
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, June 2, 1951, for the Dance
t the Fort Davis Officers Club, as announced in a
recent notice mailed to the membership. Stops will
be made at Pedro Miguel and Gamboa.
GEO. P. FULLMAN,
Recorder.
HENRY E. FALK,
Potentate.
Our GRAND SPECIAL
SALE
Continues with Huge Success^
20% to 40%
Discounts on
THOSE WERE THE DATS
MT. CLEMENS. Mich. (UP).
Yellowing sheriff's records show
that Louis Fetter, a pioneer De-
troit motorist, was fined $25 for
speeding in 1911 after police es-
timated he was driving "faster j
than a horse could gallop."
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No. 5 39th Street Vista del Mar
To prevent shla Irritation and
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Local Croup Forms
Civic, Social And
Sporting Club
A group of young men and
women recently organized a so-
cial and sporting club, called j
"Club Social Copacabana."
Officers elected that consist of
the following: President Benito
Springer, vice President Wendel!
Watson, Secretary Elena Davis,
Treasurer Elgie Richards, Busi-
ness Manager George Woodbine,
Advisor Mr. Alfred Daniels, Fis-
cal Edward Robinson, Vocal
Pearl Nelson, Dorothy Herbert
and Mavis Smith members.
Purpose of this club is to pro-
mote Civic, Social and Sporting
activities among the local com-
munities.

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A Beautiful Smile,
Healthy Gums To..
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Pyorrhesa dangerous infec-
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with minor gum irritation and
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dread disease.
Bleeding gums can be effec-
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SATURDAY EVENINGS BELLA VISTA ROOF
7 p.m.Dinner and dancing
(dinners from $2.75)
SUNDAYS THE PATIO
5 p.m.Informal Cocktail Dance Hour
6 p.m.Buffet Supper and dancing.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 1, II
^Atlantic Society
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CONGRATULATIONS EXTENDED
NEW GOVERNOR OF COLON

Mr. Arustin Cedeo, the new Governor of the Province
of Colon, recriTed the conaretulatlons of his friend* at an In-
formal rathering at the Hotel Imperial, Wednesday evenlni
following the formal installation ceremonies.
Farewell Tea
for Mrs. de la Guardia
Mrs. Camilo de la Guardia was
complimented with a tea at the
Hotel Washington Wednesday
afternoon given by Mrs. Agustn
Cedeo, The honoree Is morlng to
Panama City this week.
Mrs. Louis Eduardo Castillo
presided at the tea service and
Mis*-Josefa Calonje served cof-
fee.
The guests Included: Mrs. Julio
Salas, Mrs. Herbert Toledano,
Mrs. Gunther Hlrschfeld. Mrs.
Harry Eno, Mrs. Charles Whlta-
ker, Mrs. Albert MOtta. Mrs. Ju-
lia Emllianl, Mrs. Charles Perrett,
Jr.,Mrs. Felix Stanziola,Mrs. En-
rico Burlando. Mrs. Humberto
Lelgnadler, Mrs. Jose Maria Gon-
ralez, Mrs. Robert Von Tress,
Mrs. Thomas Butler, Jr., Mrs.
Juan Ventura, Mrs. Isaac Osorlo,
Mrs. Jorge Patino. Mrs. Frank
Ziemetz. Mrs. Ruben Arela, Mrs.
Walter Hunnlcutt, Mrs. Oscar
van der Dljs, Mrs. Hans lilies,
Mrs. Antonio Alberola, Mrs. Ani-
ta Nrtf, Mrs. Francisco Maffe!,
Mrs. Juan Antonio Nunez, Mrs.
Rul.Herrera. Mrs. Julio Nino,
Mrs. Lulu Stevenson, Miss Car-
men Calonje, Miss Blanca Bever-
houdt'.and Miss Thelma Herrera.
Dinner Party for
Mc. and Mrs. Evancoe
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lee of
Cristobal, entertained with an
informal dinner for Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Evancoe and son. Paul, Jr.,
who are leaving to make their
home In Pennsylvania.
Mr.'Warren Schultz was also
present.
Mr. and Mrs. Evancoe have va-
cated their apartment and are
the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Jorstad.
Mr. and Mrs. McCullough
Leaving for Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McCullough,
with their children, Don Judy,
Tommy and Joan are sailing Fri-
day to visit relatives in Ohio and
to .tour the United States.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Howard
entertained Monday evening with
a dinner party at their Cocoll re-
'Mark Trail' Makes
HOG Radio Debut
Monday at 7 P.M.
"Mark Trail," a Juvenile ad-
venture program long popular in
the United States and Canada,
debuts a once-a-week series of
broadcasts In Panama beginning
Monday, June 4, via station HOG.
The program will be heard every
Monday from 7 to 7:30 p.m.
The show combines Informa-
tion on conservation In action-
packed dramas of the outdoors.
Created originally by cartoonist
and out-doorsman Ed Dodd as a
newspaper comic strip, the char-
acter of "Mark Trail" Is a strap-
ping hero and conservation ex-
pert who stumbles on exciting
adventure In the protection and
preservation of the Western He-
misphere's wildlife and natural
resources.
Long a children's favorite in
the VS. and Canada, the show
has won the commendation of
government officials, conserva-
tionists, educators and parents
as a-distinctive type of "sugar-
coated" education combined with
wholesome adventure stories.
sldence for Mr. and Mrs. McCul-
lough.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartz had
an informal dinner party at their
Margarita home for Mr. and Mrs.
McCullough and their family
Wednesday evening.
On Thursday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Wendel Cotton, of Gatun,
entertained Mr. and Mrs. McCul-
lough for dinner and later In the
evening they attended "Harvey"
which was presented at the Ga-
tun Clubhouse by the Gatun Ci-
vic Theater,
Brownie Troops
Conclude Year's Program
Brownie Troops 38 and 40, of
Margarita, had a fly-up at their
last meeting in the Scout rooms
with Mrs. Steve Ralney and Mrs.
F. H. Smith, the leaden. In
charge of the meeting.
Mrs. Ralney pinned wings on
Alice Taber, Elizabeth Halloran,
Margaret Engelke, Ellen Furey
and Judy Griffon.
Wings were pinned on Ella Mae
Morales and Beverly Hall by their
leader, Mrs. Smith. Following
this ceremony the girls joined the
members of Troop 29, Interme-
diate Scouts In their horseshoe,
accompanied by a big sister. Mrs.
Maurice McCullough welcomed
the girls and pinned on their
scout pins, upside down. When
they have done a good deed the
pins may be reversed.
In a candlelight ceremony. El-
la Mae lead her troop In the Girl
Scout laws. As the laws were re-
peated, Carol Flennlken placed a
candle on the trefoil for each law.
The ceremony closed with the
singing of "When Ere You Make
a Promise."
Troop 29 entertained the
Brownies with songs and games.
One contest was won by Georgia
Smith winning the first prize,
Emily Hearne, 2nd; and Marlon
Smith, 3rd.
After the refreshments were
served the girls farmed a good-
night circle which closed the
meeting until next fall.
Brownie Troop 32, of New Cris-
tobal, with their leader and assis-
tant, Mrs. Kenneth Forrest, and
Mrs. Harry Seaman held their
last meeting of the year with a
"cookout" on the lawn of their
leader's residence, Mrs. Seaman.
Mrs. Charles Whitaker with
Rosemary Cookson, jean Ellen
"PICTURE OF THE MONTH'
Red Book.
Shriners Will Go
To Atlantic Side
On Special Train
A-Shrine dance, sponsored by
the Atlantic Side members of A-
bou-Saad Temple. A.A.O.. N.M.S.,
wUTBe held at the Fort Davis Of-
ficers Club, on Saturday evening.
All Shriners and their ladies are
Invlled.
This Is the first Temple event
of tffeyear, to be held on the At-
lantic Side and William Badders,
chairman of the Dance Commit-
tee says that the members are
quite enthusiastic. The music will
be furnished by an orchestra
iromuthe Fort Gullck Band, un-
der JHe direction of Chief War-
ranfiDfficer Daniel Miller, who Is
a member of Karem Temple of
Waco, Texas.
A special train is planned for
Pacific Side Shrir|rs who want
to make the trip. Members inter-
ested in riding the train should
phone the Potentate, Henry E.
Fal*, 2-1078 or the Director.
George R. Butler. 25-3432 or the
Recorder, George P. Fullman, 2-
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Monday Morning June 4
Seaman and Mary Louise Wash-
abaugh, of Girls Scout Troop 44,
volunteered their services and
assisted with the fires.
The theme for the evening was
camping in general, fire tending
and fire preventatlves. They
were instructed in the proper way
of lighting and discarding a
match. Doris Ruth Payne, Car-
ane Ladd. Carroll Ann Forrest
and Mildred Custer demonstra-
ted the method of making two
types of Buddy burners.
Carol Seaman and Carane
Ladd were given World Friend-
ship pins from the group as
birthday gifts.
The girls dnjoyed singing
camp songs and closed their
meetings until next fall.
Cubs Study Railroading
Cub Pack 8, of New Cristobal
held their regular meeting at the
Cub Shack with Assistant Cub-
master, Commander I. J. Frankel
In charge of the meeting.
In an Impressive ceremony Ste-
ven Anderson and Billy Havener
were Inducted into the troop as
Bobcats.
The following awards were pre-
sented. Bobby Hanna received
the gold arrow In the Wolf rank.
One year service stars were given
Hugo Tompklns and Donald
Humphrey.
Mr. Will R. Price, president of
Council 801, presented the Pack
the blue ribbon which they won
at the 1951 Cub Scout Field Day.
Because of their outstanding
work in the events each Den also
received a blue ribbon.
Three new Den Chiefs, all
members of Boy Scout Troop No.
6 and former members of Cub
Pack 8 wore Introduced and pre-
sented their insignias. They were
Robert Hamilton, James Brooks,
and Barry Davlson.
Railroading was the theme of
the month and the boys had
made a trip to the Cristobal
Roundhouse through the courte-
sy of Mr. Harry W. Moist. Clever
skits were presented by the dens
around this theme. Den 1, with
Mrs.,R. K. Hanna. as den mother,
gave "The Little Engine that
Could." Den 2 under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Fred Dear, and Mrs.
L. B. Freeman demonstrated the
signals and whistles used on a
railroad with their clever "Locub-
motive." Den 3, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. B. D. Humphrey
sang "I've been working on the
Railroad."
IN HOLLYWOOD


k By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, (NBA).- GUVS
and Dulls: ,._j.
The record spinning In Linda
Darnell's dressing room at Ui
played a tlnkly tune and Linda
talked! ...i
None of the "No comment and
"I'd rather not say" lines that
she's reported to have pitched at
questioners since her release
from Fox and her divorce action
against Pev Marley.
The day was sunny, Lindas
gown had the studio wolves
drooling and she was ready to
lick her weight In wildcats.
"It's been an Important year,
but an unhappy one," Holly-
wood's No. 1 beauty began. "But
they say it's always darkest be-
fore the dawn. I love this picture,
The Lady Pays Olf.' It's a co-
medy and I thought it was Jolly
high time to get away from those
dreary psychological dames.
"It's a great privilege to make
your own mistakes. I'd never
taken a suspension or caused any
trouble until the last picture at
Fox. The script had me chasing
Paul Douglas around saying, 'I'm
all yours, I must have you, I'm
dying without you.' Look, Paul
Isn't exactly the type. But it was
more than just that. I was one
of the old work horses at Fox and
1 was taken for granted."

Alan Ladd is protesting "Not
true" to rumors that there's a
battle royal for acting honors in
"The Rage of the Vulture" among
himself, Deborah Kerr, Charles
Boyer and Corinne Calvet.
Take it from Alan, he's tickled
pink that Paramounts given him
top-notch co-stars and there has
been no scene-stealing.
"I never had an actor back up
on me and do mean things In my
whole career," he told me.
"Those days are gone forever,
anyhow."
Diana Lynn came through with
a "howzat" answer when I asked
her why her test for the role of
Spencer Tracy's daughter in "The
People Against O'Hara" had won
he* the role over the emoting
samples of half of Hollywood's
younger things. Grinned Diana:
"The scene called for hysterics.
And I was a nervous wreck. I'd
been doing live television in New
York."
Diana's peeling off the moppet
label that gets pasted on actresses
who survive the pigtail stage and
Is determined to make her mark
as a serious, hard-working troup.
er. And she's hugging a critic's
COMING SOON/
UUFIGHTER
1ADY
rave about her "womanly, glow-
ing" performance in "Bedtime
For Bourn."
"Growing up is a long process,"
Diana sighed. "It doesn't Just
happen when a girl turns 18 and
a boy 21. Now fm a little more
over my adolescent confusion."

It will be tough on the Fannie
Brice fans who remember her
warbling "My Man" and "I'm an
Indian," but she has turned
thumbs-down on a TV return to
the comedy antics that made her
famous.
"I'm too tired and television Is
too tiring," the star who is only
seven years away from her 50th
anniversary in show business told
me. "I watch the stars in the
New York shows. Every week, they
get thinner and thinner."
Even movie offers to discard
her Baby Snooks costume can't
lure Fannie, who says that "I
never did make a good movie.
The best was 'The Great Zleg-
feld.' "
H. B. Warner, playing a skid
row bum in "Skid Row," was mis-
taken for Henry B. Walthall by a
real bum when the company was
on location on Los Angeles' skid
row.
"I'm sorry," Warner told the
character, "but Walthall ha*
been dead for years. Our initials
are the same, but I'm H. B. War-
ner."
"I don't cafe about that," per- j
aisted the bum, "You're Henry B.
Walthall and I want you auto-
graph." The bum stuck a soiled |
notebook under his nose.
Warner shrugged his shoulders |
hopelessly, and wrote:
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Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor Mews
And
Comment
By Victor Ritsel
ENCHANTMENT
So roa have cn and here within this room
Where we have loved, each small thing speaks of you,
And this, that was a palace. Is a tomb,
That I hare kept as you would wish no to.
Wearied and effortless, I lie alone.
Certain only of this, since yon hare (one;
The law of love is like a hard, bright atone,
But all your pretty words stay on and on;
I count the echoes unbelievingly,
I shred my mind with hope and fear and pain.
While yoa walk on to other fores than me,
And my desire will not touch yoa again.
Tons, kiss was enchantment and your arms a share,
Why did yon leave your slippers by my chair?
Don Wahn
This one is told (behind the hand) behind The Ivan Curtain:
A Roumanian, a Bulgarian and a Hungarian mot in a cafe for
lunch and started discussing the lack of good food.
"My wife's become so thin," said the first, "she made a dross
from my tie!"
My wife," said the second, "was taking her monthly bath and
almost slid down the drain 1"
"That's nothln'," said the third. "My wife accidentally
wallowed a cherry pit and now everyone asks her if she's ex-
pecting I"
bay Elinaon's complaint: "The Draft has hurt the N. Y
Giants terribly. It dldnt take any of their players!"
Academy Award star Jose Ferrer told Washington
aolons (probing Reds in Movietown) be dldnt know Ben-
jamin Davis Is -a Scummunist.
And Jos always waits for the traffic light to change
from Bine to Oreen.
ed."
Item of May ISth: "Execution of 7 Nazi War C
Une way to celebrate Memorial Day.
rimln
ah Halt-
Tip to Statesmen who speak at the Tomb of the Unknown
Soldier: "Don't say "Thanks."
Just ay "Sorry."
Herb Stein report* an RKO exec phoned producer jerry Wald
and was told Wald was out to lunch: He phoned Norman Krasna
(Wald's podna> and was informed he was out to lunch, too. The
exec didn't believe it. He raced to the commissary and sho'nuff!
there was Wald eating Krasna.
Don't forget the Safety Slogan Contest which ends Dec. 10.
You may win a 115,000 specially-built Bulck. Please enclose II
(to mt) to help light cancer. Sample slogan: "Drive Sanely.
Setter A Uve Turtle Than A Dead Rabbit!"
Watch the driver
More than the Light.
You're Just as Dead
No matter who's right
Alma Denny.
Truman's Big Mistake: Getting rid of Old Soldiers like Mac
and New- Dealers like Baruch.
Washington now fears everyone In the nation Is a possible
A-Bomb target.
WWho was the target of everyone In Washington for saying
lust that for 3 years?
Add Show-Oafs: E. Leamy in the Worldtelsun: "Specialists
in geriatrics." (He means medics who take care of the aged)...
8am Zolotow on the N. Y. Times drama page: Miss Love served
her novitiate with several out of town acting groups." (Sam, who
made the word too long, means she got her start with 'em)...
From a Times bookrltlque: "She Is only the most treacherous,
profligate and licentious feminine character." (Wicked ft Lewd)
.. .Donald D. Stauffer in the Herald Trlb: "A hierophant of a re-
ligion he has himself constructed." (Meaning a priest)...W.
Oibbs in The New Yorker: (The cast) "Never quite succeeded in
doing much with the jocosities." (Meaning jokes).. .From a Trlb
music notice: "It worries the resources of diatonic, oriental
mellsma over an obstinate tonic well beyond the point of surfeit."
(Aw, yer fadder's hirsute labial adornment!)
From a World-Telly book notice of "Barbary Shore" on May
84: ".. there were on limits to the scatology he could pour into
las next book..."
From Webster's on scatology:"That branch of paleontology
relating to evidences found In coprolltos."
Oh, sure!
CONCERNING A TIT
What do you do with a tip*
You can frisk me at once for the answer.
For I have found that a tip
Is sometimes rougher than cancer.
If you play itthe horse never wins.
If yoa don'tthe tip never loses.
There's nothing to do, when a hot tip's afloat,
But roach for a rasor and start for your throat.
Grantland Rice.
This time, among other things,
it Is the truth which Is pervert-
ed in Dean Acheson's State
Dept.
A few days ago, one of Mr.
Acheson's deputies publicly is-
sued a letter In which he took
5,000 words to call an Important
American labor leader a liar. It
will now take far less than that
to prove conclusively that the
State Dept.'s spokesmen mangled
the truth which puta it char-
itably.
This is all vital to every
mother' son eligible to de-
fend our country, for it re-
veals the weird methods
used by the State Dept. of-
ficials to protect their agen-
cy a division upon which
rests the fate of this na-
tion in global power politics.
It all pivots upon an interna-
tional incident provoked when
the AFL Longshoremen's Union
leader, Joseph P. Ryan, told
this columnist that he had had
to ask a 8tate Dept. representa-
tive to leave his office some
time ago because he fejt she
had urged him to urge his men
not to load munitions aboard
ships for our European allies. ,
The detailed story* and quotes
in this column immediately
caused wide protesta across
country and Congressmen took
these indignant objections
straight to the State Dept. Soon,
on May 25 to be exact again,
Deputy Under Secretary of
State Carlisle H. Humelslne
wrote a 5,000-word letter to one
of these Congressmen, saying, in
an aggrieved tone, that the
State Dept. couldn't understand
my motives, nor those of Mr.
Ryan.
Humelslne added that there
was "no basis" for these alle-
gations and that the State Dept.
had "thoroughly Investigated"
the charges and was dismissing
the story with "complete satis-
faction ."
Now see what happened!
Faced with serious charges
against one of its important of-
llclals, an assistant labor atta-
che In our Indian Embassy, a
crucial headquarters Indeed, the
State Dept. asks her what hap-
pened, takes her word ior it
and dismisses It all. Then It in-
sults the labor leader who made
the charges and the newsman
who printed them.
But, not once did any
State Dept. official contact
this column. Not-once did'
any state Dept. official talk
to Joseph P. Ryan, despite
the fact that it was he to
whom the State Dept. re-
presentative allegedly made
these suggestions.
In this what the State Dept.
calls "thoroughly Investigated?"
There were two people in a
room, Ryan and the woman In-
volved. Yet the SUte Dept.
doesn't bother even to telephone
Ryan to ask what he had to
say!
Had the State Dept. bothered
to question the man who
brought these serious charges,
Joe Ryan would have shown
them a letter he wrote a few
days after the conversations.
That note was to Secretary of
Labor Maurice Tobln and it
said, in part: '
"When she arrived at my of-
fice she carried credentials from
the Dept. of Labor and the
State Dept., under the name of
Edith Cameron Wall, and I pro-
Welt, He WHI Gamble! J*

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MERRY-GO-ROUND
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Let's Go
By BOB RUARK
From the May 33rd Journal-American: "Professor Says Man
Not from Ape."
What chorine agrees with that?
Irish playwright John Milling ton Synge (pernounced Sing)
wrote his masterpieces in Irish brogue. He insisted the actors
master the Celtic lingo, though he himself spoke with an im-
peccable Oxford accent. A British critic taunted: "How can you
Justify the inconsistency between your speech and your writing?"
"I had the misfortune." singed Synge, "of studying at your
English universities. Thank Ood my pen never left Ireland!"
Onowlookahere, King: "How do you get invited to play In
The Washington Post's Celebrity Oolf Tournament this week-
end?"
"You have to belong to the Fore Hundred," punned Nat King
Cole. (Joke over.)
"Dear Walter," cautions Jerry Cooke (the Roney Plaza pro).
"Remember this if you flop in the putting match with Sammy
8nead.
"Gene Sarazen always comforted players with: "When you
sink a long putt the gallery usually grunts: "The lucky stiff!"
But when you miss by an inch, they always root for you with:
"Aw, the poor guy!.....
Harvey Stone says when a chorus girl offers another chorine
sympathy she's Just looking for the Dirty Details.
Headline ft Footnotes: "Execution of 7 Nasis Ok'd by
SUte Dep't!" (There goes Somebody's job!).. ."Married
Me Have Fewer Headaches Than Single Men." (Yeah.
they just have one Big One).. "Truman Urges People Get
Behind Him." (How far back can we go?).. ."Gen. gtrate-
meyer 111 Flaying Golf in Tokyo." (Those muffed short-
putts are enough to kill ennybody). .."Greeks Used Nails
for Currency." (Thau nothin'. Our money's in Tax.)
Everybody Reads C\&$ifies
ceeded with the Interview.
"She questioned me regarding
many matters concerning the
waterfront and I answered her
courteously, until she made the
statement that when she re-
turned to France, the longshore-
men and seamen would question
her as to the attitude of the
marine men In America as to
whether or not they would co-
operate with them on the strike
(by calling a sympathy strike
In U. 8. ports V. R.) and
same (French strikeV. R.) was
for the betterment of wages and
working conditions (on French
waterfrontV. R.) and if they
could not get any encourage-
ment, that the Communist Par-
ty would gain many new re-
cruits from among the men (on
the French waterfront V. R.):
"I told her that the position
of our organization was that we
would load and discharge all
cargo to any country until such
time as the State Dept. advised
us not to do so."
Then Ryan showed her out
The SUte Dept.'s recent reply
to all this is that perhaps Miss
Wall asked some "tactless ques?
tlons," but why all the excite-
ment?
And then the Deputy Under-
secretary states, amid his 5,000
words, that since his aide, Miss
Wall, had seen 11 other union
chiefs, "The Dept. has made a
point of again asking certain of
these union officials whether
anything Miss Wall said in her
conversations with them" would
corroborate Mr. Ryan's charges
in this column.
Bluntly, either the labor
leaders lite and I don't
think they would to me. for
virtually all of them are my
close friends or the De-
puty Undersecretary has
been deceived by his investi-
gators. I contacted the off-
cts of 19 of the 11 and there
U no record of any such in-
quiry by the State Dept.
Now, Miss Wall Is not the ls-
NEW YORK. If I had a choice of being any
single young man In this hemisphere today. I
would rather be young Ed Sovola. late of India-
napolis, currently frisking to Europe on his first
foreign assignment. He has never been out of
the country before, and this is his first hard
shot at big adventure.
He Is going across on an editor's hunch, to
translate Europe in terms of himself. He knows
not what strange excitements lie in wait for
him across the water. All he knows Is that he
Is going to all the glamorous capitals and see
all the glamorous sights and write a piece a
day from all these fanciful places which will
have his own true byline signed to them and
which will run. If they measure up, in a mess
of newspapers.
He doesn't know whether hell maybe get
snaffled by the Commies or meet beautiful
blonde spies or get rolled for his wad in a
sinister opium dive in Llmehouse. but he sure
hopes so. He has been out of college only about
five years, and he maintains a stone-faced air
of aplomb about the whole thing. But when
you see him stroke that passport that won-
derful, lovely, first-time-ever passport the
phony air of serenity Is easily discernible as
ersatz. There's a kid that went to bed with
his passport under his pillow, and sleep did not
visit him the night before the boat sailed.
There is no thrill I know comparable to that
first foreign assignment. You are out from
under the Iron hand of the editors: you are off
on your own personal Grail. You are living on
an expense account, marvelous to think about,
and you are free to get into all kinds of mag-
nificent trouble. Wow! Bring on the lovely
blonde spies!
If you are a guy like Sovola you have hated
everybody you ever knew who had been places
you hadn't out of sheer frustrated envy. The
man acros sthe ocean was a sort of superman,
to you, because he was drinking aperitifs hi
Montmartre bistros and inviting the confidence
of foreign ministers and running into all sorts
of odd neoole and places. Your mouth watered
when you read a travel book: you paced the
floor from Irritation when you chafed at the
shackles of your old hometown.
There will come a time of slight disillusion-
ment when Eddie will learn that covering a
bloodletting In Budapest Is about like running
a police beat in Cleveland. He will learn some-
day that people are pretty much alike every-
where kind, mean, generous, stingy, avarici-
ous, cruel, shiftless, Industrious, trustworthy and
treacherous and that the world of his ima-
gination roughly approximates Indianapolis.
But somewhere In his future Is his first sight
of the sun shining on the snowy spires of Casa-
blanca, his first appreciation of Paris in the
spring, his first sampling of a winy Roman au-
tumn, a London fog. a steamy bVillfight after-
noon in Spain. No man first sees Glbralter
without a thrill, and the mystic lights of Tan-
gier, viewed from a ship, herald all sorts of
fascinating evil.
In the young man's future Is the delicate
torture of wondering whether the piece you put
on the cable or shipped off by the strange air
mall is any good. You shoot your arrow into
the air. and hope before the good Lord that
the hard-headed editors won't mutter that the
boy's gone nuts and order a recall. Once tast-
ed, the fruits of foreign meandering are hard
to spit out.
Eddie has now entered into an endless bat-
tle: the conflict of the expense account. No
editor, sitting at home, is sympathetic to the
horrid lists of moneys expended which expa-
triate employes shin back. This hostility comes
from pure envy, of course, but it Is assumed
that all vagrants from the home office are liv-
ing in regal suites and serving champagne to
the local Lily Langtry. In some wondrous cases
this Is true, but much too infrequent.
Ed is headed for some headaches and some
heartaches and fresh frustrations, some lost
copy and reprimands and lice in the bed and
stomach trouble and difficulties with the cus-
toms and all sorts of catastrophes, but I repeat
the lead. I would rather stand in his shoes
than anv other set of young man's boots I
know. It's nothing but personal Jealousy, of
course, because I did the same thing once, and
will never be aole to savor it the same way
again.
L.ftrSon sayi: RFC candal Passed since 1947;
Mi.-.k coat is peanuts compared to railroad loan; Sen*
ators Capehart and McCarthy bottled B & O report.
WASHINGTON. It has been kept under lock and key for
v, y*rs bu *Senate "PO" lias been suppressed that would '
have blown the lid off the politics-ridden Reconstruction Fin- -
S!?=S Corporation in July. 1947. Ironically, the Senators who-
ooitiea up this sensational report are the same ones who are
nw crying loudest against the RFC. T
This column has now obtained a secret copy of the Ion*--
f^FfV* re?rt- II tells how the great Baltimore Ohio rail- .
load system borrowed $87,000,000 from the Government and in-
stead of paying it back, conspired with Jesse Jones and RFC of-
ficials to go Into "fictitious" and "synthetic" bankruptcy
H~e,r *. revJew.of th* testimony at the hearings and the'
documents in the files presented before this committee," thsT
f" B.ank*n and Currency Report concludes, "It Is found thai*.
nersuadfd RfW^ hfv,ld?a o lts preaent reorganisation*-1
w .i? dwRFF t0. accePt the Idea sometime before April 1M4.
ruptc?" evolved RFC in a collusive proceeding In bank-
n^'^l.f-,uppre^wd ieport D,us Senate hearings of the Banklni
inrt tR.rn'7 omom ,Uee> scat'ilK hi Its criticism of the RF&-
d.reJJ,.&D.Ra"road- telIs nw c*"u Clay, solicite*',
and "frarneu6 RaUroad' denounced the "bankruptcy" as a "fraudV
. > Li M,NK COAT VS. RR
. tali?. three lawyers resigned In disgust.
,-* -M, e!ical a.nd Professinal reasons." says the Sena t "re-* r
"'',M' Clay refused as a lawyer to sanction a second B ft O
.th0nf a"kruPtcy. jwo other lawyers questioned the food";
nt-i B & s Proposed bankruptcy proceedings its veteran'
genera counsel and law department head, John J. Cornwell ancT'
B *Os special counsel. Henry W. Anderson """>. "..
OnvprnmBm'Soery to wny tne* char" against an important-
nan ?". oent .a*en.cy. were suppressed. Obviously an falWHtW"
SE^m* raWJ" more lmPortant than a $9,000 rnlnk coat
b* a White House secretary. Yet the mink coat has- be-*"
svnf,* sy.m~Lof RFC corruption,-whereas the loan tothV':
2.. ^'k-h* OO 0n Wh,Ch Unc,e 3Atn ta still owed $76.300.000'
Woi nusncu up. .-
rt,,rt!?1J <-LnH!,.th^?lnKte prob* of 1947- they nad acted then^the.:
222Salsrwh.un have been exposed recently might not have hap-
pened Furthermore, if the Republicans had published their re-!
[hertelecStondrulUPlnr ms." ""* m'ght eVCn have cha"ged
~. wuet le RFC was saved from exposure chiefly by two Ke-
publican Senators, Capehart of Indiana and McCarthy of Wls-
btS* v w fame Senators who are now demanding that the,
ftT/^ awb0l8neA Reason for their strange suppression was
that Capehart s friends were mixed up in the 1947 RFC scandal'
whereas President Truman's friends and his secretary were mik-
cd up in the present RFC scandal.
BIGGER THAN TEAPOT DOME '.
The investigation of the B & O was conducted by Senator
Tobey or New Hampshire. Republican, then chairman of the
Senate BanklnR and Currency Committee. Howevex. Just as the
report was finished, he was called to the bedside" of his dying-
wife. Capehart took advantage of Tobey's absence and hastily *
called a closed-door meetlnR to pigeonhole Tobey's report
More money was Involved than In Teapot Dome yet it took
only eighteen minutes for Capehart to order the report locked
UP. ,
.. *$ nieetlng convened July 25. 1947, at 2 p.m., and adjourn-
fiLat# 2:18 p.m. Here are excerpts from the secret minutes or
that fateful meeting, which, if a had voted the other way, might
have changed the course of political history.
"Senator Capehart. acting chairman, explained the reason '
ior the meeting, and a general discussion was held regarding
the report, analysis of the loan of the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad." the secret
^r?rreLf aei H*2*tol Capehart suggested that action on the ,
report be postponed and that Chairman Tobey present the reiVff
uw %e.T'nV,tl?atl,nwS cm RFC. Senator McCarthy noted that certain House committees
because of the rush of business had decided to do the san-"
thing and that he concurred with 8enator Capehart Senator
Capehart suggested that no publicity be given t tbi report and
ho announcement be made to the press at this time and all
cop les should be returned to the Banking and Currency Com-
mittee and put under lock and key."
JESSE JONES'S HENCHMEN
.,*. us Capehart kept from the public the story of RFC cor-
ruption until, four years later. Senator Fulbright of Arkansas
unearthed entirely different scandals. u,ur*ni m Arxansas
Here are more shocklnK facts on the B at o "bankruptcy"
case, as revealed In the suppressed report- Danxruptcy
. lain Atftr Jesw J,nes had ioaned $87,000,000 to the B & O
tnl93.9-/ones p.-oceeded to put some of his own favored pro-
teges Into lush Jobs with the B & O at higher salaries These
SdR*eW-artMfDonald- deputv loan administrator who bet....
came B to Os chairman: Russell Snodgrass, assistant eneraI
?eL%h0b*Cw"ine B & ' vlce President in charge of fin-
ance; F,L. Baukhages. an RFC ronnsel hn .to-^ ...""
eral 23f,n?W "'*?**> oved up to bVcome B & O's gen-
fin !! K?:.andCW" Clav- head of the RFC's railroad sec-
tion, who became B & O's solicitor
"DTP1, fnll,... &. __ ....

Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
FIDDLE FADDLERS
(Copyright mi, Po*t-4ia
Syndicate, lnc.j
LONDON. if you want to find out what Is
wrong with and between the American and Brit-
ish governments, a good way is to study the
handling of the Middle Eastern crisis. It may
be useful to make this clinical experiment dur-
ing the present lull, while the last-minute at-
tempt Is being made to bring in a new admin-
istration in Teheran.
As to the American role, the simplest way to
describe the behavior of the State Department's
brightest minds, is to say that they took being
right once as a license for being continuously
wrong thereafter.
The momentary flash of insight occurred a
good many months ago. when Assistant Secre-
tary of State George McGhee pleaded with the
British to offer the Iranians a better oil con-
tract. Ii McGhee's advice had then been taken,
the new oil contract might have been got
through the Iranian parliament, and the pre-
sent trouble might have been avoided. Un-
fortunately, the singularly complacent chairman
of the Anglo-Iranian OH Company, Sir William
Fraser, was then arguing that the Iranians
would "come to heel" as soon as thev ran out
of cash. And in those happy, distant days the
Foreign Office was backing Fraser.
Then canu the opening of the crisis, when
Gen. Razmora was assassinated and the origin-
al oil nationalization resolution passed the Maj-
lis. From this moment onward, all talk of bet-
ter oil contracts, in the early McGhee manner,
was qulti obviously futile.
In the first crisis period, when Hussein Ala
was Prime Minister, the Iranian government was
rational but Impotent, being unable to get any
sort of measure through the feverish parlia-
ment. In the second period. Immediately after
Dr. Mossaoegh seized power, the government had
some authority but was irrational. At present.
It appears to be both Impotent and irrational.
Rationality and authority are plainly essential
aualitles of any government with which great
problems are to be negotiated. 81nce the Raz-
mara muider, Iran has never had a government
possessing both these aualitles at the same time.
Yet "keep calm and negotiate" remained the
theme of the State Department for nearly eight
weeks after the Middle Eastern crisis began. It
was as though a doctor, having correctly diag-
nosed a cold and recommended plenty of orange
Juice, then blandly continued to urge the orange
lulce cu:e after the patient had come down with
pneumonia.
To make matters worse, the State Department
permtited a note of "I told you so" to creep in-
to the discussions with the harassed Foreign
Office representative. It allowed the Iranians
to believe that the American and British gov-
RFC's failure to protect Its own Interests," the Senate re-
rammuT^Z\^&IS ?*? the basU of evidence S th! '
committee to have been the result of RFC's carelessness and
extraordinary complacence in dealing with a B & O manaei
ment which included so many former RFC officials m*n**^ -
2) As the due date of the loan approached, Jones' nrotstss
feared thev might lose control of the B O in caw the3S -
>a.nTSS.uId w n 1M and Jones shouldI *Tousled fron?
the RFC as a result of the 1944 elections. So thev hit uooha
naH^.,8Ch^e t01""" the B O into a fictitious UnkruMcy.,-
and thus lock up financial control of the B & O until 1985 T*fc' '
strategy was carried out following a conference between JS *
Jones and vice president Snodgrass on a private B ATo car'en 9
route to St. Louis in December. 1943. c*r,,,n..
m'o.In^C?nnect,on' .\he Senate report observes: "The KftT '
was formed to save railroads and other financial institutions) i\
irom bankruptcy, not to olunge them into it" ..I
RECORD PROFITS ****
8) At the same time that the B ft o filed for bankrupter
,onnet piflU were higher than any other period during its
120-year history, and the railroad industry was booming with
)Var 5U8Lne!t- Jf.l the B & O deliberately used these profltTto
buy bonds that didn't mature until well after the RFC loan was *
due. wmm-.
The Senate report pointed out that the "administrators of
the RFC have had concentrated In trlelr hands the greatest fin"'
anclal power held by any- group, private or public, in American'
history. It Is the responsibility of Congress fo learn from ac-
tual study how this oower has been exercised and if there has
been abuse, to legislate to Insure against; repetition of such
iDll.SC B **i i
Yet Senators Capehart and McCarthy ducked this respon
ernments were divided on the oil Issue, doing slbillty and concealed the RFC abuse from the public for totif
great damage which is now apparent at Tehe-
Tan. And it even authorized Ambassador Henry
Grady to plead with the Persians to accept an
American loan after the crisis had begun. It
Is hard to Imagine a more perfectly fatuous
course of action.
As for the British policy makers, their initial
error of bowing to the Judgment of Sir William
Fraser has already been set forth. (It is odd,
incidentally, how much business men surviving
from the British past have Influenced the pol-
icy of the Labor government: the same pheno-
menon appears In the Far East.)
The Razmara murder and Its sequel taught
the Foreign Office that Fraser had been wrong,
yet it was distasteful to admit that McQhee had
been right. It was still more distasteful to face
the harsh realities of the new situation which
from the first offered only three choices: A)
knuckling under to the Iranians: B) trying to
bring in a new government at Teheran; and
C) getting ready to send troops to Iran. And
It was most distasteful of all to ask the SUte
Department for the help and support that were
necessary to execute alternatives B or C.
So far as one can judge, the Foreign Office
Instinct!', elv grasped that the choice was be-
tween these three alternatives listed above. But
the Stat^ Department had an old-maidish fit of
the vapors at the merest hint of such coarse
action as these alternatives implied. Since the
mere notion of this sort of action also gave the
British the creeps, they were decidedly Irreso-
lute. And as usually happens, the Irresolutely
right were dissuaded from taking the plunge by
the resolutely wrong.
years. Even after the more recent RFC scandals were expose
Capehart and McCarthy Joined In publicly denouncing the RF.
but continued to suppress the RFC scandal that affected the
friends. Meanwhile, the taxpayers are stuck with a S78J
unpaid B ft O balance until 1986.
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
Contra el militarismo
se alzan en Nicaragua
La dictadura militar arremete F/ Ministerio de Educacin
contra el pueblo que defiende wwr* e/ decreto sobre
la Universidad de Granada
A pesar de todos los actos de violencia
de la Fuerza Pblica no se pudo evitar
la demostracin creciente de protesta
MANAGUA, Junio lo. (UP).
El Presidente Anastasio Somo-
za suspendi las garantas cons-
titucionales y proclam el Esta-
do de sitio en el Departamento
de Granada y en Managua de-
bido a lo que calific de "ac-
tividades subversivas" que dijo
amenazaban con extenderse al
resto del pas.
Los problemas surgieron a
consecuencia de las actividades
de los estudiantes de la Uni-
versidad de Granada en protes-
ta por la decisin del Gobier-
no de clausurar ese centro de
enseanza y fusionarlo con la
Universidad de Len por mo-
tivos de economa.
El comunicado, dado a la pu-
blicidad por el Gabinete, al a-
nunclar la imposicin del Esta-
do de sitio decia que en "la
ciudad de Granada han habido
manifestaciones hostiles y sub-
versivas con tendencias a ex-
tenderse a otros lugares del
mismo departamento'.
El comunicado agregaba que
Somoza haba enviado al Mi-
nistro de Guerra, Coronel A.
Gaitn, como emisario especial
a Granada, pero que su "ac-
titud conciliatoria" no habia lo-
grado restablecer el orden, y
que por el contrario "se insis-
te en crear una grave situacin
que sus directores tratan de
extender a Managua".
La ciudad de Granada se en-
alrededor de 50 kilo-
licencia para profesores
Se resolver la
semana prxima
problema agrario
Sern escuchados los que no tienen grado a quienes
afectar esta medida
Como resultado de una re-
union celebrada ayer en el Mi-
nisterio de Educacin, entre el
Secretorio Carlos Ivan Zulga
y los representantes de la Aso-
ciacin de Profesores de la Re-
pblica y de la Federacin de
Profesores graduados, se nom-
br una comisin para estudiar
en qu forma podran introdu-
cirse modificaciones al Decreto
2010 de 1948, que numerosos
educadores y abogados conslde-
cuentra ------------
metros al sureste de Managua i *i2?J3U,,*"I*ir"T* rtraa
en las mrgenes del Lago Co- ran vlolatorio de la Ley Orga-
clbolca. La ciudad est unida I O1 de Educacin,
a la capital de Nicaragua por
un ferrocarril.
El Departamento de Granada
se encuentra entre los ms pe-
queos, tanto en poblacin co-
mo en extensin territorial, de
los 15 departamentos de Nica-
ragua.
Segn el diario "La Estrella
de Nicaragua", el General So-
moza manifest que Nicaragua
era "demasiado pequea para
tener dos universidades, y al
Teerirse este mismo a los doc-
torados en Derecho en la Un
mnima cu uncu w"- tao ae eaucacion. que e
versidad de Granada dijo que nisterlo no tomar ningn
"rnn ohruraHrt* O nillPtlPS fid 1P4 .i.il. .^t^ vavnDnfn en
son abogados a quienes no le
encomendara llevarme ningn
pleito, por insignificante que
sea".
Estas frases del dictador 8o-
(Pasa a la Pg. Col. 6
Esta comisin se reunir ma-
ana en la tarde en el Minis-
terio de Educacin, con el pro-
psito de analizar las diferen-
tes sugestiones, en un ambiente
de amplitud.
El Decreto 2010 es el que se
refiere a la Licencia que deben
otorgarse a los profesores sin
grado que trabajen en las es-
cuelas secundarlas del pas.
Inform asimismo el Secre-
tarlo de Educacin, que el Ml-
a de-
cisin a este respecto, sin es-
cuchar la opinin de los profe-
sores sin grado, a fin de que
la solucin sea lo ms demo-
crtica posible.
El Presidente de la Repblica en la Asamblea
EL EXCMO SR. PRESIDENTE DE LA REPBLICA, en momentos en que daba lectora a u
mensaje en la sesin inaugural de la Asamblea Nacional ayeri Aparece en la grfica el Pre-
sidente de la Asamblea Nacional, H.D. Csar Guillen. __________^^ '
Es muy posible que el Papa rena
el Consistorio para nombrar los
nuevos Cardenales de la Iglesia
VATICANO, Junio lo. (UP.)
La muerte en Filadelfla del
Cardenal Dennis Dougherty,
Arzobispo de aquella dicesis,
hizo que se produjeran rumo-
res de que el Pontfice quizs
convoque pronto a un consis-
torio extraordinario para el
nombramiento de nuevos carde-
nales..
Falleci el Doctor
Laureano despus
de larga agona
RIO DE JANEIRO, Junio .o.,
(UP) El Dr. Napoleao Laa-
teano falleci de cncer de los
ganglios linfticos despus uc
tma prolongada agona.
Laureano falleci a las i.li
de la noche de ayer en el Hos-
pital Gafree. Habia regresado
del Nueva York Memorial Hos-
pital, desiauclado, el 8 de Mar-
so, y a pesar de sus padecinilcn
tos logr interesar a las institu-
ciones oficiales y a la prensa cr.
una campaa para beneficio de
las futuras victimas, que barfa
la fecha ya ha producido ms
uc cinco millones de cruncot.
Hace algn tiempo, el caso de
Laureano se calific de "Incita-
ble" y regreso de Estados Uni-
dos para morir en el Brasil. A!
tratrsele con "Krcbiozen" vjue
(Pasa a la pgina 6 columna 8)
Slo el Papa sabe cundo se
convocar el consistorio y slo
l sabe quines sern nombra-
dos, pero fuentes del vatica-
no creen que por lo menos se
espera que se nombren tres
nuevos cardenales en Estados
Unidos, adems de otro para
reemplazar a Dougherty.
El actual Pontfice ha presi-
dido un slo consistorio secre-
to, para el nombramiento de
los Cardenales en febrero de
1846.
El Papa fue informado de
la muerte del Cardenal Dou-
gherty al regreso de su paseo
de la tarde en los jardines
del Vaticano. El Pontfice or-
den inmediatamente el envo
de un mensaje de psame en
su nombre a la Arquldlcesis
de Filadelfla.
Dougherty fue nombrado Car-
denal por el Papa Benedicto
XV en un consistorio en marzo
de 1921. Slo viven todava otros
dos Cardenales nombrados en
aquel consistorio.
El fallecimiento de Dougher-
ty reduce a cincuenta el nme-
ro de miembros vivos del Sa-
cro colegio Cardenalicio que
debe constar de 70 Ahora lo
componen la Italianos, 5 fran-
ceses, 3. de Estados Unidos, 2
de cada uno de estos paises: A-
lemania. Argentina. Brasil, Es-
paa, Portugal y und de cada
uno de los siguientes: Arme-
nia, Lbano, Austria, Blgica,
Chile, China. Canad, Inglate-
rra, Cuba, Holanda, Hungra,
Per, Polonia y Siria.
Aviadora brasilera
ha sido declarada
"piloto honorario"
BOGOT. Junio lo. (UP)
En una ceremonia realizada en
el Comando Superior de las
Fuerzas Areas,. fue declarada
"piloto honorario" de las Fuerzas
Areas de Colombia, la aviadora
brasilea Ada Rogato, quien se
encuentra verificando una Jira
de buena voluntad por los pai-
ses de Sur Amrica.
Igualmente el Aeroclub Co-
lombiano le impuso sus insig-
nias. La aviadora, saldr hoy en
direccin a Panam para con-
tinuar su Jira.
Programa die la Banda
Republicana hoy en la
Plaza de Santa Ana
Publicamos a continuacin el
programa que ejecutar la Ban-
da Republicana hoy en Santa
Ana.
1Paso Doble: El Guardia
Torero. Vlllacaas.
2Selecciones: a) Hoja de
Album Wagner.
b): Copelia Sibelius.
3Fantasia: Homenaje a
Chap San Miguel.
4Pasillo, Cancin: Un Tris-
te Despertar Paredes.
5Jota: La Rosa de Azafrn
Ouerrero.
8Marcha: La Bandera Pa-
namea Gallmany.
El director.
Eduardo Cha rpen tier U.
Inaugurarn hoy
los cursos de la
Universidad
Esta tarde a las 6 de la tar-
de se llevar a efecto la inau-
guracin del Curso Escolar del
ao 1951-1052 en la Universidad
Nacional con la asistencia del
Sr. Ministro de Educacin, Ing.
Ricardo J. Bermdez quien to-
mar la palabra en representa-
cin de los profesores, el Rector
Dr. Octavio Mndez Perelra
quien har el discurso de aper-,
El Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, Ingeniero
David Samudlo, inform a "El
Panam Amrica" que la prxi-
ma semana resolver el viejo
problema agrario de Mata Rico,
que ha llevado-en repetidas ve-
ces a la crcel a los moradores
de esas tierras y que mantiene,
actualmente, a 8 de ellos dete-
nidos en la crcel de David.
Mata Rico es una regln agr-
cola en las faldas del cerro
Chorcha, Cerca de la poblacin
de Gualaca, en la Provincia do
Chlrlqu, donde en una exten-
sin de 168 hectreas est ubi-
cada una colonia agrcola de
ms de trescientos campesinos.
Los terrenos son de propiedad
de la seora Rosa de Frances-
chl, quien primeramente convi-
no en venderle al Banco Agrope-
cuario las tierras en B.5,040, y
(Pasa a la Pag. b. col 8)
El avin personal
de Truman llevar
a Galo Plaza
WASHINGTON, Junio lo. (UPi
El Secretarlo de Prensa de la
quien nara ei discurso ae ape- --- -. aY.nr. .
?ura oficial del curso y el estu- Casa Blanc. Joseph Short a
diante Gilberto Ferrari, Presi-
dente de la Unin de Estudian-
tes Universitarios quien repre-
sentar a los estudiantes. En
este acto tomar parte,el Gru-
po Azcarraga en varios nme-
ros musicales. El programa a
desarrollar ha sido cuidadosa-
mente elaborado.
nuncio que el avin personal del
Presidente Truman, el "Inde-
pendence", traer al Presidente
del Ecuador, Galo Plaza a este
pais en visita oficial el prxi-
mo mes.
Short dijo que el "Indepen-
dence" Ir a Guayaquil a reco-
ger al Presidente Plaza.
'los amigos del Comandante
obligaron a renunciar al
Doctor Ritter\ "/ Tiempo'
Reproducimos continuacin na.noticia aparecida en "El
liempo" de Bogota, correspondiente a ni edicin de ayer:
CIUDAD DE PANAMA, Mayo S#^AJ.P.)rHa causado
sensacin en los crculos polticos de TNnam, la declara-
cin de Eduardo Rltter Aislan, Secretario Particular de!
Presidente Alcibiadea Arosemena, segn la cual "dejar al
Coronel Jos Antonio Remn en "Su cargo de Jefe de la
PoHcia, constituye un problema para el pais y para el
' buen gobierno". .... .< 4 .
La declaracin de Rltter caus tal indignacin entre
los amigos de Remn, que aqul tuvo que presentar su
renuncia al Presidente, quien, segn fuentes Wen infor-
madas, la aceptar. .__;
La declaracin de Rltter apareci en grandes titula-
res en la primera pgina de "La Hora", fuerte adversa-
rio de Remn. Igualmente apareci destacada en "El Pa-
nam Amrica", cuyo propietario es el hermano del ea-
Preoidente Arlas". ,._..
Antes de ser nombrado Secretario de la Presidencia,
Rltter adelantaba vigorosa oposicin contra la polica en
"El Pas", rgano oposicionista.
Por lo dems, Rltter indic que no pidi la aproba-
cin del Presidente Arosemena antes de la declaracin.
Por otra parte, "El,Panam Amrica" se refiere a
una carta del ex-Presidente Daniel Chanis y declara que
"es deber del Presidente Arosemena no engaar I pue-
blo". Es decir, sue se debe destituir al Jefe de la polica.
Chanis. precisamente, fu derrocado en Noviembre de
1949, despus de haber decretado la destitucin del Jefe
de la polica.
Editorial
LA GESTA CVICA NO HA TERMINADO AUN
lll-"EI Letrero Sobre el Muro"
En ntta editorial de ayer se insinuaron las
causas que haban contribuido a crear aqu el gra-
ve problema del militarismo y a concentrarlo en
determinada persona. Con esta salvedad y en el
cumplimiento de la misin periodstica, debemos se-
alar, usando la expresin figurada "el letrero
sobre el muro" el destino que le espera a la Re-
pblica si no se protege prontamente el civilismo
panameo.
*
El pronstico manetecelfarico lo ha escrito so-
bre el muro la propia biografa del actual rgi-
men militarista que amenaza a la Repblica.
Debe recordarse que, durante el perodo presi-
dencial de don Enrique A. Jimnez, el militarismo
trat de imponerle una trayectoria a su gusto y
sabor. El Jefe prepar el escenario para la deca-
pitacin presidencial, no obstante haberle jurado
respeto y obediencia. Organiz y alent las fuer-
zas que habran de derrocarlo. Lleg hasta el acto
mismo de la promulgacin de su deposicin y si a
ltima hora sta no lleg a consumarse fue tan
slo debido a los recursos habilidosos de algunos
amigos del Presidente de aquella poca, quienes lo-
graron ganar el tiempo necesario que impidi la
ultimacin del atentado.

Vino tambin el caso del Dr. Daniel Chanis.
El mismo Primer Jefe jur rendirle obediencia y
prestarle apoyo como Presidente de la Repblica.
Pero luego, cuando el Primer Magistrado trat de
ejercer el derechoelemental en todo rgimen ci-
vilistade cambiar al jefe de los cuarteles, el Pri-
mer Comandante se le abalanz, ametralladora en
(Pasa m la Pag. t. Oes. Editorial)
Aniquilados en
Corea 108.006
To Corte Suprema es la que
debe juzgar a los Ministros
de Estado", Lie. G. Sols
"Es el tribunal competente para juzgarlos segn
establecen disposiciones vigentes"
"La Corte Suprema de Jus-
ticia es el Tribunal competente
para Juzgar los delitos o faltas
cometidos por los Ministros de
Estado, aun cuando al tiempo
Importador peruano
demanda a los E.U.
per $6,000,000.00
WASHINGTON, Junio lo. (UP)
Reynaldo Gubblns, exportador
peruano puesto en la lista negra
por el Presidente Roosevelt du-
rante la segunda guerra mun-
dial, dijo en el Tribunal Fede-
ral de Apelacin, que los Esta-
dos Unidos debe aceptar la res-
ponsabilidad de los daos cau-
sados a un ciudadano "Inocen-
te" de un pais amigo.
El caso de Gubblns fue pre-
sentado por el abogado de Nue-
va York, Simeon Flannagan, y
lleg al Tribunal de Apelacin
despus que el Juzgado local del
distrito habia desestimado su
reclamacin de daos y perjui-
cios por un total de seis millo-
nes de dolares.
Los Estados Unidos ha negado
al derecho de Gubblns de de-
mandar al Gobierno a conse-
cuencia de los supuestos perjui-
cios a l y a su compaa de
portacin a causa de su inclu-
sin en la lista negra de los Es-
tados Unidos.
El escrito presentado por el
Fiscal General, sostiene que el
Cdigo Oivll de los Estados U-
nldos prohibe al Gobierno con-
sentir que se le demande por
extranjeros en casos derivados
de la ley de tiempo de guerra
de "trfico con el enemigo".
Flannagan acept que la es-
tipulacin del Cdigo Civil es
adecuada en casos relativos a
"extranjeros enemigos", pero di-
Jo que los Estados Unidos debe
dar oportunidad de reperacln
a los ciudadanos de paises "a-
mlgos" perjudicados por la ac-
cin "maliciosa o errnea" de
este Gobierno.
Cobierno dice que
s se atienden los
permisos expedidos
El Mlnlsterl ode Gobierno y
Justicia expidi un comunicado
en el cual niega de manera
categrica que los permisos ex-
pedidos por el Secretarlo del
Ministerio, don Armando More-
no G., para visitar los deteni-
dos polticos haya sido rechaza-
do por la polica, sino que han
sido estrictamente cumplidos
Sor el Director de la Crcel
[odelo.
SI alguna persona no fue a-
tendida a pesar de llevar el
fermlso del Secretario Moreno,
ue porque se present en horas
irreglamentarias.
Estudiarn tres
comits temario
para conferencia
MEXICO, Junio lo. (UP)
La Comisin Econmica para
la Amrica Latina acord for-
mar tres comits ad Hoc" pa-
ra el, estudio del temario de
su cuarta reunin anual.
El, primero, Integrado por
Brasil, Chile, Cuba. Estados U-
nldo's, Guatemala, Mxico y los
Paises Bajos se ocuparn de los
problemas de orden terico y
prctico que plantea el creci-
miento econmico, y desarrollo
de algn os paises de Amrica
Latina, y del Informe sobre el
programa de ayuda tcnica, asi
como del informe del Comit de
Inmigracin y desarrollo Eco-
nmico, y las medidas para au-
mentar la disponibilidad de ma-
teriales educativos, cientficos y
culturales.
El segundo comit, formado
por Argentina. Brasil. Chile, Pe-
r, el Reino Unido Uruguay y
los representantes de la Oficina
Internacional del Trabajo, la
Organizacin de Alimentacin y
Agricultura y la Oficina Inter-
nacional de Refugiados, comen-
zar a estudiar el punto 7 del
temarlo sobre el programa de
trabajo de la CEPAL; pero des-
pus recibir nuevas tareas.
El tercer comit ser inte-
de abrirse y tramitarse la causa
el sindicado ya no tenga tal
carcter", declar el Lie. Galileo
Soils en opinin cuyos prrafos
salientes insertamos.
El Lie. Sols agreg que "no
hay ninguna disposicin proce-
sal que respalde la conclusin
de que la competencia que a
la Corte Suprema corresponde
Fiara conocer las causas por de-
Itos o faltas cometidos por Mi-
nistros de Estado, se pierda
Eara ese alto tribunal por el
echo de que, con posterioridad
a la comisin del delito o falta.
el agente haya delado de ser
Ministro de Estado".
"A esta conclusin, contina
el Lie. Sois, tampoco se puede
llegar por va de Interpretacin
porque el hecho de 'dejar d
ser el sindicado un Ministro de
Estado, no le quita en el tiem-
po al delito o falta cometidos
la circunstancia esencial de ha-
ber sido cometidos por un Mi-
nistro de Estado".
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23.500
Audaz incursin
hacen los rojos
al sur de Corea
BOLETN
WASHINGTON, Junio lo.
El Ejrcito de Estados Unidos
anunci que los comunista*
chinos y norcoreanos han
perdido 108,006 hombres en
Corea durante la semana que
termin el 30 de maro.
El portavoz del Ejercito di-
jo que esta cantidad est su-
jeta a correccin posterior. El
Ejrcito calcula que los co-
munistas han sufrido un to-
tal de 1,133,41* hombres des-
de que comenz la guerra en
Corea en junio.
TOKIO, junio lo. (UP).
Los aviones de combate comu-
nistas volaron hasta a 130 mi-
llas al Sur de la frontera da
Manchuria en el ms atrevido
reto a la supremaca area, d*
los aliados en Corea, pero per-
dieron dos aviones.
Los aviones de retropropul-
sin aliados derribaron dos da
los 18 aviones comunistas a 90
millas al Norte del frente co-
reano solo unos cuantos minu-
tos de vuelo. Otros dos aviones
comunistas fueron averiados en
un segundo combate cerca do
la frontera.
En tierra, una poderosa fuer-
za aliada se coloc a unas nue-
ve millas de Chorwon, ancla
occidental del "tringulo da
hierro" comunista, a pasar da
los contraataques comunistas y
su tenaz resistencia.
Otras fuerzas de las Nacio-
(Paaa a la PAg. 4. Col.
A consideracin de la Cmara
sern presentados el Lunes
nombramientos de gerentes
El Ministro de Trabajo, Pre-
visin Social y Salud Pblica,
presentara el lunes a la con-
sideracin de la Asamblea Na-
cional los nombramientos de
los Gerentes de la Caja del
Seguro Social y del Banco de
Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin,
Lie. Manuel Solis P., Ingenie-
ro Max Arosemena, respectiva-
mente.
Esto obedece a terminantes
disposiciones cons tituclonales
que exigen la ratificacin por
parte de la Cmara, de los
nombramientos de los Geren-
tes de las Instituciones aut-
nomas para que puedan tener
validez.
En las horas de la maana la
Asamblea Nacional celebr su
primera sesin durante este pe-
riodo extraordinario, y los di-
putados se concretaron, dentro
de las comisiones designadas, a
preparar los informes de rigor,
para entrar el lunes en las dis-
cusiones a fondo sobre los pro-
yectos presentados por el rga-
no Ejecutivo. _
El Partido del Premier Eamon de
Valera se pone adelante en las
elecciones efectuadas en Irlanda
DUBLIN, Irlanda, Junio lo.
(UP)El Partido Flanna Fall
que dirige el ex-Prlmer Minis-
tro Eamon de Valera se puso al
frente en las elecciones parla-
mentarlas de Irlanda, de acuer-
do con escrutinios todava In-
completos sobre los comicios que
tuvieron lugar hace dos dias.
Informes oficiales Incomple-
tos indican que el Fianna Fall
habia conquistado ya 43 de las
147 bancas del Parlamento con-
tra 10 de los dems partidos.
El partido del Primer Ministro
John Costello, el Fine Gael, te-
nia once bancas, el Clann Na
Talhan (campesino) dos, los La-
boristas dos y los Independien-
tes cuatro.
En el Parlamento, reciente-
mente disuelto, el Flanna Fall
tena 07 bancas, el Fine Gael
31, los Laboristas 19, el Clann
Na Poblachlta 7, el Clan Na
Talhan 5 y los Independientes
Intelectual de Hait
dictar conferencia
ante una sociedad
La Sociedad Ecuatoriana de
Beneficencia tiene la honra de
invitar a los periodistas, educa-
dores, estudiantes y pblico en
general, a la conferencia que dic-
tar el eminente periodista hai-
tiano Pierre Moravian Morpeau,
sobre tpicos ecuatorianos, hai-
tianos, antillanos y americanos,
a su paso por esta ciudad en
misin cultural, el da sbado S
de Junio, a las 8 p. m, Avenida
Central No. 44. altos del Alma-
cn S y 10 Centavos. A la Colo-
nia ecuatoriana se le ruega una
grado ea una sesin posterior, puntual asistencia.
El Presidente de la Cmara
Baja se considera electo sin ne-
cesidad de someter su banca a
elecciones.
De Valera, para lograr una
mayora y poder formar gobier-
no, necesita retener todas las
bancas que tena y ganar sieta
ms-
Ha sido premiado el
jefe de Delegacin
brasilera en la ONU
NUEVA YORK. Junio 1 (UP)
El Jefe de la delegacin bra-
silea en las Naciones Unidas,
Joao Carlos Muiz. recibi ayer
el premio anual de la revista
"World Government News" por
su labor en la organizacin in-
ternacional.
La entrega del premio tuvo
lugar en las oficinas de la dele-
gacin brasilea en las Nacio-
nes nldas.
La revista "World Govern-
ment News" es el rgano do
una institucin, particular nor-
teamericana y concede tres pre-
mios anuales a las- personas
Instituciones que se hayan des-
tacado en la causa por el acer-
camiento y mejores relacione
entre los pueblos del mundo.
Los premios se dan a una per-
sona fuerade la organizacin In-
ternacional.
Al entregarse el premio, con-
sistente en una medalla de oro,
a Muiz. se seal su actuacin
en la organizacin internacio-
nal al frente de la delegacin
brasilea y especialmente al dis-
curso que pronunciar en la se-
sin Inaugural de las laborea
del Consejo de Seguridad cal*
ao.
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PAGINA DOS
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, JUNIO 1, 1951
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LA GESTA CVICA NO HA TERMINADO AUN
(Viene de la Ira. ptina)
mano, imponindole un angustioso ultimtum de
rendicin, atestiguadopara vergenza de la Re-
pblicanada menos que por todo el Cuerpo Diplo-
mtico acreditado en Panam.
El Dr. Chanis, en gesto humanitario muy dig-
no de su condicin de hombre noble y desprendido,
descendi del Palacio de las Garzas, vctima del
horrendo pecado de haber opuesto la autoridad ci-
vil al control militar. Baj Daniel Chanis para de-
cirle al pueblo la trgica verdad, y a pocos das era
recibido por rdenes del Comandante en Jefe, con
salvas de metralla, tan slo porque el rgano Le-
gislativo cometa la osada de ratificarle su cre-
dencial de Primer Magistrado.
, .
La Historia se repite una vez ms: El Primer
Comandante entreg al doctor Arnulfo Arias el
mando supremo y manifest pblicamente, desde
los balcones de Palacio, que le haca entrega del
poder por su real y nica voluntad, como si se
tratara de un objeto propio y no de una investi-
dura que slo la confieren los pueblos en ejercicio
de un derecho inalienable.
El Dr. Arnulfo Arias como Presidente se sa-
li del marco de sus poderes constitucionales y fue
suspendido en el ejercicio de su cargo por el r-
gano Legislativo. Se le dio debida posesin de la
Presidencia de la Repblica a don Alabiados Aro-
semena y, a pesar de ello, el Comandante en Jefe,
desconociendo al mandatario constitucional, procla-
m su apoyo al Dr. Arnulfo Arias, que no pudo
hacer efectivo porque se lo impidi la masa airada
del pueblo panameo y la cordura civilista del Se-
gundo y Tercer Comandantes de la Fuerza P-
blica.
* *
Tres negaciones al respeto que merece la Cons-
titucin y que ofrecen en breve lapso la luctuosa
biografa del Rgimen Militarista. Dos de esas ne-
gaciones no pudieron consumarse por circunstan-
cias preponderantes que impidieron la realizacin.
Una que s se consum y le dio a la Amrica el tris-
te espectculo de ver descender del solio presiden-
cial a un hombre digno y probo que representaba
la ms alta magistratura,, pero que haba osado en-
frentarse al mando inslito de las bayonetas eri-
gidas en autoridad suprema.
* *'
El Presidente Arosemena abriga vivos deseos
de que se libre en Panam una jornada electoral
honesta y sin coacciones. Este soto enunciado lo
pone ya de frenteaunque ahora mismo no se ad-
mita tal conflictocon quien ha dado muestras
irrebatibles de ser el enemigo mximo del civilis-
mo panameo. Y si el Gobierno actual no afian-
za ahora su rgimen en la nica forma como
puede afianzarlo, o sea confiando la tutela de las
armas en manos de quien pueda acatar la autori-
dad civil, a nadie ha de extraarle que quien ya
como para cumplir con la pluralidad bblicaha ne-
gado tres veces la autoridad legtimamente consti-
tuida, se encargue una vez ms de deponer al Go-
bierno de la Repblica hundiendo a sta en los
abismos de la dictadura.
* *
Por eso esta nota, al mismo tiempo- que se
hace eco de la afirmacin popular de que la gesta
cvica no ha terminado an, alegricamente sea-
la el muro donde aparece con caracteres inconfun-
dibles, el ttrico pronstico de la suerte que le es-
pera a la Repblica si contina sometida al mili-
tarismo imperante.
Por todo esto y por tantos otros incidentes a
que an no se ha hecho referencia hemos de re-
petir lo que dijimos ayer, que corresponde al Go-
bierno y al propio Comandante, en un espritu de
cooperacin patritica con la comunidad, encontrar
"una solucin satisfactoria que sea honorable, ge-
nerosa, desprendida y ampliamente cvica."
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
LICITACIN
PARA LA EXTRACCIN. ACARREO V SIEMBRA DE
GRAMA DE JAVA Y LA CHORRERA
Hasta el Lunes, 4 de Julio, a la* 11 a.m.. se recibirn pro-
puestas cerradas para la extraccin, acarreo y siembra
de (rama de Java y la Chorrera hasta los terrenos del
Cangrejo que posee la Universidad de Panam.
Las especificaciones podrn ser obtenidas en el Despacho
del Director de Construcciones, durante los das y horas
hbiles.
DIRECTOR DE CONSTRUCCIONES
Panam, 29 de Mayo de 1951.
AVISO
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las 10
en punto de la maana del da 15 de Junio del aflo en curso
por 1 suministro de ARTCULOS DE DEPORTE para uso de
la Direccin General de Educacin Fsica del Ministerio de
Educacin.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los Interesados
durante las horas hbiles, de oficina.
Panam. 30 de Mayo de 1951.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras,
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
MARIO CAL H
Secretario del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Comunismo en Europa-
EL CAMINO DE MOSC A PARIS
J-^or JLuii de 2-ulea
'El camino de Mosc a Pa-
rs pasa por Pekn"... deca ya
Lenin, y esta idea suya de que
el bolchevismo ruso debera, ex-
tenderse por China, Japn e In-
dochina antes de conquistar el
occidente de Europa, parece
hallar confirmacin en los ac-
tuales sucesos del mundo. La
mano del Soviet se extiende so-
bre Asia, desde Sel hasta Te-
hern y, en cambio, en el oes-
te de Europa no pasa nada.
Nada. Ya ni un motn, ni ape-
nas una huelga, nt casi una
manifestacin callejera. Ahora
mismo las elecciones Italianas
acaban de desarrollarse dentro
del orden ms perfecto.
Pero eso de que la via de
Mosc a Parts pasa por Pe-
kn, quiere decir, ante todo,
que el viaje es muy largo y
exige prudentes rodeos porque
tropieza con serlos obstculos.
Para expresarlo con un castizo
refrn, de Mosc a Paris hay
den leguas de mal camino.
Aunque a muchos parezca ms
que una paradoja un disparate,
creo yo que, en esa marcha
de Mosc a Paris, la principal
dificultad para el comunismo
ruso es... el comunismo euro-
peo.
En el fondo, a la URSS le In-
teresa Europa ms todava que
Asia; an que el petrleo del
Irn le Importa el acero del
Ruhr. Los que ven slo el lado
militar de la guerra, olvidan-
do el poltico, nos han expli-
cado muchas veces que Rusta,
con sus 175 divisiones de com-
bate podra Invadir a Europa
en unas semanas llevando sus
vanguardias hasta el Canal de
la Mancha y los Pirineos. Las
naciones europeas del Occiden-
te, aun sumando sus 14 15
divisiones, no podran defender-
se, y probablemente no se de-
fenderan...
Sin embargo, a medida que
el tiempo pasa, esa alarman-
te visin se va esfumando y
desvaneciendo. Hace unos cin-
co aos, todo el mundo crea
que la marea roja Iba a exten-
derse fatalmente por Europa.
Pero ha ocurrido lo contrario:
de ao en ao, la Influencia
de Mosc disminuye: la marea
retrocede. "Sin novedad en el
Oeste".
Contra todas las amenazas, el
Plan Marshall tuvo xito. Las
amenazas prosiguen ahora mis-
mo en Paris, a cargo de'Oro-
myko, en la Conferencia de
los Cuatro, y. sin embargo, se
est consolidando el Pacto del
Atlntico. Aquellas rdenes de
paro eh .las fabrica* -y de "sa-
botaje" Qn los muelles, de ,bra-
Sis caldos o de puos en alto,
enen cada da menor eficacia.
Las grandes masas obreras de
la Europa occidental, donde el
socialismo organizado cuenta ya
un siglo, no se muestran dci-
les a las consignas, de Mosc.
Imaginemos que maana el
ejrcito sovitico como una In-
contenible avalancha, avanzara
a travs de todo el continente.
Supongamos que ya las van-
guardias de la hoz y el mar-
tillo acampan en Roma y en
Paris, en Bruselas y en La Ha-
ya. Qu pasara? Probablemen-
te, al amparo de las ametra-
lladoras de la Infantera lnva-
sora. los respectivos partidos
comunistas se aduearan del
poder. Tnorez gobernarla al pie
de la Torre Eiffel y goberna-
ra Togllatti al pie de la c-
pula de San Pedro si bien, ha-
biendo votado hace cuatro ti-
nos a favor -de la continuacin
del Tratado de Letrn entre
Italia y la Santa Sede, el Jefe
comunista se detendra a la
puerta de la Ciudad Vaticana,
defendida por las simblicas a-
labardas de la guardia suiza.
Jbilo en el Kremlin? Un J-
bilo muy dudoso. No podra Sta-
lin manejar a los gobiernos de
Francia o de Italia como mane-
ja a los de Bulgaria o Alba-
nia. Tendra que tratarlos con
respeto como amigos y aliados
fieles a la ensea de Karl Mark.
Le haran ver que comunismo
y bolchevismo no son sinni-
mos, y que una organizacin co-
lectivista del Estado, si puede
hacerse a la manera rusa, tam-
bin puede realizarse al modo
francs, o al Italiano, de acuer-
do con el genio propio de esos
pases de histrica personali-
dad y milenaria cultura.
Surgira por primera vez esa
distincin que no poda esta-
blecerse en los Balcanes: la dis-
tincin entre Rusia. Tercera In-
ternacional, y Rusia, gran po-
tencia Imperialista. En Pars, o
en Roma, el comunismo salu-
dara con entusiasmo a la pri-
mera, pero le dira a la segun-
da que Francia e Italia son
demasiado viejas para apren-
der, despus de tantos siglos, a
girar en la rbita de un poder
extranjero.
El comunismo llevado a las
orillas del Sena, o la del Tiber
sera para la Unin Sovitica
el ms peligroso de los xitos,
la ms comprometedora de las
victorias. Le conviene puej, dar
primero esa larga vuelta por
otras tierras y hacer un ensayo
en las riberas del Ro Amari-
llo.
Cierto es que Tnorez y To-
gllatti fueron recientemente a
Mosc en extraos viaje de
consulta mdica o poltica. S.
Hoy por hoy reciben all sus
instrucciones como devotos a-
gentes de la propaganda sovi-
tica. Pero, habr que ver lo
que, en el fondo, piensan esos*
dos sagaces hlzdt de la raza
latina! I .
El estilo es el hombre, y el
estilo de estos hombres es en-
teramente distinto de aquel que
caracteriza a los gobernantes
de Rusia. De Tnorez y Togllat-
ti se ha dicho que son dos de
los pocos comunistas que son-
ren con una ancha sonrisa, no
exenta de un pliegue de irni-
co humorismo en las comisu-
ras de los labios.
Maurice Thorez, minero, hilo
y nieto de mineros, tiene, sin
embargo, verdadero talento de
escritor. Los primeros captulos
autobiogrficos, de su libro
"Flls du Peuple'j honraran a
cualquier novelista. Es un agi-
tador agresivo y violento, pero
al que se le escapa, por ejem-
plo, esta confesin: "Personal-
mente, yo Jams he levantado
el puo".
Por su parte, Palmlro To-
gliattl que. unas veces ha resis-
tido a la presin sovitica y
otras ha realizado cosas terri-
bles a las rdenes del Krem-
lin es en la Intimidad un su-
jeto apacible, de gustos intelec-
tuales burgueses. Se dloe de l
q' es un constante lector, aficio-
nado a citar en sus discursos
versculos de la Biblia y terce-
tos de Dante... Al fin y al
cabo, Roma, lo mismo que Pa-
ris, esta muy lejos de Mosc.
Pero esta lejana hace ms
evidente cuando recordamos que
esos dos sonrientes demagogos
no consiguen mantener la dis-
ciplina de sus huestes en lo
que se refiere a la obediencia
a Rusia. El llamado "desvia-
cionlsmo", la resistencia que va
manifestndose en los partidos
comunistas occidentales a se-
guir la pauta sealada desde
la Unin Sovitica, constituye
uno de los fenmenos polticos
ms Importantes de estos das.
Tengo a la vista un articu-
lo del antiguo amigo de To-
gllatti, el notable escritor Ig-
nazlo Silone, en el que ste ex-
plica la importancia de la se-
paracin del partido comunista
recientemente consumada por
los diputados Valdo Magnanl y
Aldo Cucchy. Para Silone, quien
tambin fue comunista, esa se-
paracin es el primer sntoma
de hace aos'Viene madurando
ostensible de una crisis que des-
en el seno de los partidos- co-
munistas de Italia y de Fran-
cia.
"Magnanl y Cucchy dice Ig-
nazlo Silone han sido acom-
paados en su salida del par-
tido por unos diez mil obreros
comunistas". "Se trata pues,
de un movimiento politico to-
dava en su primera fase, pero
extendido ya a toda Italia. In-
cluye varias federaciones pro-
vinciales, comits locales ele-
mentos directivos y est orga-
nizo ndo ya un comit nacio-
nal".
II sentido polttso de ese mo-
vimiento 'queda rpidamente
caracterizado e la respuesta
que a uno de sus adversarios
dio Magnanl en una reciente
reunin pblica: "Lo que yo re-
chazo, lo que yo condeno es
que llalla se convierta en un
satlite"... La posicin es cla-
ra. Y esta crisis del comunismo
europeo explica por qu no es
tan llano el camino de Mosc
a Paris. .
Luis de Zulueta
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
RIO ABAJO, Mayo 28 de 'lSl
S?or Directo): de
"El Panam Amrica",
Estimado Seor Director
El Comit Pro-Construccin
del Saln "Martn de Porrea" Je
la Iglesia Catlica San Ju..n
Bautista de la Salle, se dirige a
Ud. por medio de la preseiitu.
esta vez para de una manera
muy sincera.agradecerle la g.un
cooperacin ofrecida; al haL-ef
publicado en su muy acreditado
diario que tan dignamente Ud.
dirige, todos los anuncios cu-
i respondientes a la feria que si.
verific el Sbado 26 del mes tn
tarso.
Reiteramos nuevamente nues-
tro agradecimiento-
Nos suscribimos con toda con-
bideracln de Ud. Atentos y 3 S.
Cyril G. McLaine, George G.
Thomas, Chesncy McDonald,
Gerald F. Budd.
Producen en un tubo de ensayo
todas las reacciones del ojo
_
_
ARDOR
Ardor en el eafio al orinar a ical de alrfa
rasin en loa tifln y iita. Para estol
males de ardor al orinar; de levantadas a
media noche; de dolores d> lomos, cintura
y caderas; de coyunturas reumticaa; de no
poder agacharse ni inclinarse, recomendamos
ornar las Pildoras de Decker para la uretra,
jotrtooaei y 1 cjisa. Limpelas en tas
BOSTON, Junio 1 (UP)- "Todas las reacciones qumicas ea
el ojo humano, que permiten ver con poca luz, han sido produ-
cidas en un tubo de ensayo".
Dicho descubrimiento fu aplicado el 30 de Abril ltimo anta
la Sociedad Bioqumica poi el Profesor George Wald y sus cola-
boradores, la Dra. Ruth Hubbard y Paul Brown del Laboratorio
tioqumico de la Universidad de Harvard. Dichos bioqumicos in-
formaron sobre la primera sntesis de la "rhodopsina", pigmento
rolo de la retina que Interviene en la visin con poca luz.
La accin d la* lu sobre la "rhodopsina" inicia una cadena
de procesos en la retina y nervio ptico que conduce a la sensa-
cin dt ver.
Para reproducir dichos procesos en un tubo de ensaya, los
citados bioqumicos utilizaron cuatro substancias: Vitamina A,
obtenida del aceite del hgado del pescado; "enzima", llamad
oxidasa alcohlica, obtenida de hgado da. caballo; "coensinja",
llamada oozimasa, procedente de la levadura, que obra junto-con
la enzima, y una proteina llamada "opsina" que es la nica subs-
tancia que hubo que obtener de la retina, del ojo.1
Colocado en la oscuridad dicho compuesto, se comporta asi i
la enzima y coenzima juntas convierten la vitamina A en un
pigmento amarillo llamado retinina, mediante la oxidacin. La,
retinina es absorbida por la opsina para formar la rhodopsina.
La rhodopsina se descolora para volver A ser retinina y opsina,
y la retinina se reconvierte en vitamina A.
Tales reacciones
la adaptacin a
mes en el ojo producn, i, adaptacin, a
la oscuridad.
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La Asociacin Interamericana
de Prensa public el informe
sobre el cierre de 6E1 Tiempo'
NUEVA YORK, Mayo 31 (UV>
La Asociacin Inter-Amurl-
cana de Prensa recibi y dio a
la publicidad un informe aoore
Funcionario de la
Embajada de E. U.
El seor Richard Wayne Offle,
ha entrado 'a formar parte del
personal de la Embajada de toa
Estados Unidos en esta capital.
El seor Of le, quien desempe-
ar el careo de Auxiliar Ad-
ministrativo, es oriundo de Ida-
Tille, Estado de Indiana. Duran-
te la ultima guerra prest ser-
vicio en ultramar. Hallndose
destacado en el Cuartel Gene-
ral del Teatro de Europa en
Londres,' actu como Oficial
Mayor de Relaciones Pblicas.
En septiembre de 1S44 vaso a
Paris al ser trasladado a esa
ciudad el Cuartel General.
la reciente clausura por un dia
de "El Tiempo" de Bogot, de-
bido a Que dicho diario haba
publicado dos fotografas sin la
previa aprobacin por el censor
del Gobierno. Las fotografas c-
ian de los soldados colombiano*
partiendo para Core*.
La AIP no mencion al misino
tiempo la clausura por un d.a
de otros dos diarios colombianos
por la misma causa, y un porta-
voz de la AIP explic que eVj
no haba recibido informacin
alguna acerca esos dos perij-
dlcos.
El anunci inclua el siguien-
te r.elato de la clausura por un
da: "Segn informacin dada
a la AIP se orden la clausura
del diario colombiano despus
de publicar el 33 de Mayo Jos
fotografas de soldados que par
tian para Corea y se despedan
de sus parientes.
"Los directores de El Tiempo
afirmaron que la publicacin
de las fotografas fu autoriza-
da por el Jefe del Estado Mayor
del Ejrcito colombiano, Gene-
ral Regllo Galtn, antes de ser
usadas".
"Despus que las fotografas
fueron publicadas, dice la In-
formacin, el Jefe de Polica y
ocho agentes armados entraron
en el diarlo y anunciaron qufc
"El Tiempo" no poda circuital
el Jueves 34 de Mayo, en virtjd
de resolucin del Jefe de Cen-
sura del Gobierno.
"El texto de la orden no tu
dado a conocer a los directores
de "El Tiempo", quienes al dia
siguiente lo leyeron en "El Si-
glo".
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res ni referirse en forma algu-
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PBLIN, Irlanda Mayo 31
i UP) Ms de 1,300,000 electo-
res, acudieron a las urnas en las
elecciones parlamentarlas para
oeeldlr si el enrgico Eamon de
valera recupera la Presidencia
del Consejo que perdi hace ties
aos.
La de hoy fu una de las e-
lecciones ms rpidas de Irlan-
da.* Los clculos extraoficiales
aleen que el 75 por ciento e
1.100,000 electores' Inscritos vot
en todo el pas antes del clone
de los colegios a las nueve de
a noche. Se concedan probabi-
lidades iguales a ambos partidos
contendientes el de De Vaa.ra
y la coalicin del actual Primer
Ministro John Costello.
A pesar de cuatro semanas
de enconada campaa electoi
el nico incidente registrado pi
la prdida o el robo del seLo oc
caucho oficial usado para mar-
car las papeletas en el distrito
Presidente de la AIP, Tom Wa-
llace, critic el acto de la cen-
sura calificndolo de arbitrar! i
y aatocrtlco.
No descuide la
DENTADURA POSTIZA
, que se desprende
Se 1* cae ni dentadura poatlia al co-
mer, hablar, reir o estornudar? No sufra
ma molestia ni verguema* FIXODENT
Fasteeth) es un polvo alcalina ino-aci-
do> para polvorear las dentaduras pos-
tizas. Las mantiene mas firmemente en
la boca. Da a la persona una sensacin
de seguridad y comodidad. No queda en
la boca ninguna sensacin pegajosa. Ob-
tenga riXODENT (Fasteeth) en cualquier
farmacia hoy.
0-B
cel noroeste de Dublin.
De Valera, quien fu Primer
Ministro durante 16 aos, acu-
l al Ooblerno de Costello ..c
crear la confusin. Los partida-
rios de Costello contestaron con
acusaciones a De Valera de m-
tcntar establecer la dictaura
de un partido.
La rehabilitacin
de un pantano se
ordena en Israel
TEL AVIV. Mayo 31 (UPi
El Ministro de Relaciones Exte-
riores, Mos'ne Sharett dijo que
Israel reanud los trabajos de
rehabilitacin del pantano de
Huleh porque se ha convencido
que los puntos de vista del Go-
bierno son compatibles con las
declaraciones hechas por el je-
te del personal de las Naciones
Unidas, Mayor General William
Rlley.
Sharett dijo al Knesset (Par-
lamento) que Rlley inform a'.
Consejo de Seguridad que el
'mal entendimiento verbal'' ct'i
el Gobierno de Israel dio loga
u la reanudacin de las obra.-,.
Un portavoz del Gobierno di-
jo en Jerusaln que Israel po-
dria llevar nuevamente al Cp..-
sejo de Seguridad la dlsputn
fronteriza con Siria si no llegan
a .un acuerdo en dos o tres se-
manas y ahora se espera el r;-
fultado de las gestiones actuales
tntre la Compaa de Fomen'
de Tierras de Palestina y los
propietarios rabes de la zo;:a
tn disputa en Huleh.
Aprobados varios planes para
que el Brasil adquiera nuevas
instalaciones petroleras
WASHINGTON. Mayo 31 l1'
Un funcionarlo de lo Ofici-
na de Comercio Internacional
declar que se han aprobado
varios planes brasileos para
adquirir instalaciones de perfo-
raciones petroleras, pero decla-
r que an cuando se harn
todos los esfuerzos posibles p ,v
facilitarlo, ste equipo es muy
difcil de adquirir en stos mo-
mentos y que deben tomarse en
cuenta las necesidades econ-
n.lcas internas de Estados Uni-
dos y el panorama mundial en
Contina con xito la GRAN
VENTA ESPECIAL
TRAJES
20% al 40%
de DESCUENTO
Avenida Central 102
los planes de facilitar los equi-
pos mencionados.
Los planes aprobados lian
sido:
1 Exploracin y perforacin,
cara los cuales habr de embar-
rar la mayor parte de las us-
tulaciones.
2) Plan para una reflneila.
aprobado hace algn tiempo y
para el cual se ha embarcado
casi todo 1 material requeuio
3) Obras para otra refintiia
mayor que acaban de comen-
zarse.
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I
Educacin hace nombramientos
y traslados de Maestros
El Ministerio de Educacin hi-
en el da do ayer numcro&s
liulados y nombramiento en
los que la inica ha sido el was
4kdo de o maestros son gr^do
Jie las escuelas completas a \os
ampos, con objeto de dar cj-
da a los maestros graduados.
Los nombramientos son ios
algulentcs:
Provincias Escolar de Coele
Faustina V. de Alvarado, de
1 escuela Rer. Dominicana, a
la escuela de El Coco, Provincia
jfcscolar de Veraguas, escuela
,i;e se crea.
Provincia Escolar de Cbiriiiu
J Ledla A. Pitti. de la escuela
rio La Concepcin a la escuela
e El Coco. Prov. Escolar de V?-
tiguas, eacuela que se crea.
rovincia Escolar de Vera.uaa
1 Eneida Gonzlez, de la esctie-
li: de Caacillas. a la escuela de
panto del Llano, por aumei.to
oe matricula.
i Clementina Santamara, dt la
escuela de Los Hatillos, a la ?:-
luela de La Colorada, en reem-
plazo de Jilma Oderay Ramea.
quien pasa a otra escuela.
Jilma Oderay Ramos, de la
escuela de La Colorada, a la es-
puela de La Pea, en reemp'.-
*o de Lilia V. de Ramos, quien
pasa a otra escuela.
Lilia V de Ramos, de la e-
euela dt La Pea, a la escupa
tie La Soledad, en reemplazo de
Virginia Valds, quien renuncli
Alda Cecilia Pedroca, de la
escuela Miguel Alba, a la escue-
la de La Mata, en reemplazo de
Berta Colombia Prez de I/J;ez.
yuien pasa a otra escuela.
; Josefina Almanza. de la es-
cuela San Pedro del Espino, a la
cuela de Los Leones, escuela
que se crea.
Digna Amores de Agudo, de la
sruela San Pedro del Espino,
a la accuela de Carrasco, escue-
la que se crea.
Lilia P. de Garca, de la es-
euela, de Calobre, a la esci,ci
de El Barnizal, en reemplazo de
Amlnta Lombardo, quien pasa a
otra escuela.
Berta Sierra de Vsquez. ,1, la
escuela de Calobre, a la escuela
de La Laguna, en retmplrfla e
Leticia del C. Puga, quien pai.v
otra escuela.
* Horacio Acuna, de la escuela
de Calobre. a la escuela Pedio
Arrocha G, en reemplazo ele
Juan B. Vargas, quien pasa a
Jotra escuela.
Juan B Vargas, de la escie-
la de El Barnizal, a la e*ci ;,i
< (e qrea.
Hctor J Cornejo, de la es-
cuela de Llano Grande, a la es-
cuela de Zapotillo, en reeinu>a-<
bo de Eneida Reyes, quien re-
nunci.
Jess Mara Palacios, de is
escuela de Jorones, a la escuela
ias Agustn Ruiz, en reemplazo
d* Cndida brego, quien paa
a otra escuela.
Maestros sin grado trasladan
de escuelas completas hacia
los campos de las provincias
escuela Lola Garmadera, a la
escuela de El Prado, por au-
nento de matricula.
Sara Anglica R- de Villamil,
de la escuela Adolfo J. Fbrega,
u la escuela de Los Balsas, t
reemplazo de Eufemia Tejaaa,
quien pasa a otra escuela.
Alfonso Estrada, de la escuela
de Bl Bongo, a la escuela de
U Caimito, en reemplazo de Eu-
sebia Delgado, quien pasa a o-
tra escuela.
Elosa Herrera A de la escue-
la de Bolvar, a la escuela
de Guayaquil, en reem-
plazo de Amparo S. de Espaio,
e.ulen renunci.
Rosa A. Morn, de la escuela
Miguel Alba, a la escuela de L\-
tlere, en reemplazo de HelloUo-
ta H. de Govaleda, quien par,a
a otra escuela.
Ellotora B. de Qovaleela. de la
> .niela de La Playa, a la es-
cuela de Ro Congo, Prov. Esti-
lar de Darin para llenar va-
cante que all existe.
Pedro A. Gsorio, de la esculle,
de La Playa, a la escuela de llio
Congo, Prov. Escolar de Darlert,
para llenar vacante que all e-
xiste-
Eusebia H. Pinzn, de la Do-
cuela de El Piln, a la escuela
de El Cougo, en reemplazo de
Alfonso Estrada, quien pas a
otra escuela.
Provincia Escolar de Bocas
del Tor*
Matilde Concn de Esco/ar
de la Escuela rep. de Nlcarapux
donde se suprime un moceo
por baja matricula, a la escuela
ce Almirante por aumento de
matricula.
Buen t" de Barrios, de la se-
cuela Rep. de Nicaragua, a la
escuela de Almirante por au-
mento de matricula.
Benedictuo J. Maash, de la
escuela de Dos Cartones, a la ..-
cuela da Jorkin. escuela Fron-
teriza que se crea.
Gladys Esther Murllio, de la
escuela da Nutive, a la escuela
oe Bastimentos, por aumento i.s
matricula-
PravincU Eaeolar da Chiriaui
Eneida O de Olmos, de la es-
cuela da La Coneepoln, a '-a
escuela de C'nangulnol, Pruv,
Kscolar de Bocas del Toro, >or
aumento de matricula.
Pablo Arada, de la escuela de
Veladero, a la escuela de Ja Prov. Escolar de Darin, por au-
mento do matricula.
Provincia Eaeolar de Cola
Claudia Janal, para la escuela
Mara H. c. de Alvarado, de la Rep. de Bolivia, en reemp;:i/.o
Descubrimiento Glandular
Que Restaura El Vigor
Lo. M MitM da prdida d! Ti- dulare r eraelata a B.r4iX .
Iwr. aarvioatdad, cu.n dbil t n. ,i.r I.zZH'SJ.??9*'!*'
Mr aarvioatdad, currpo dbil r que
tata prematuramente anrrjacidoa v
JoaaBatadoa. rrelblran con airarla la
MUela. da ua aturo dcacubrimlento
Handuiar, hacho por an mdico amer-
JC!T, "** 'va aaacubrl Manto aa
MMbU raaUurar -Aplda y fciln&ita
.*?*?d' **" nlaa y da *n ewar-
f". aa:ar q&a rn oerto Hampo m
aWta. n.taa eooio on hambre nuevo
fiT2^I-.'M""vo rrruarimi.nto
Ua?l ^T'"* *.*.! 'orm
u^xin, T eotBiaaa a producir bbt*
prS^!:?iBmdod^afR|y
Knd an loa EaUdoa ifaJoaTBa
a. venda aqu en toda la* lar.
macla* v h-ti... *_ _.1,M" "^-.rr**
(tirina arara >. foi
(raJablea t fa-llea da
a laa aundoM al
w Wrre^5S&'
Varko
PaawIra
fuara dobl, ar-
ta poco. ^
de Luisa V. do Lange, quien ^a-
^a a olra escuela.
Filomena Ortega de Toiic,
para la escuela Rep. de Boltv.;.,
tn reeuiplazo de Hilda I. Cabre-
ra, quien renunci-
Judith E. de Manera, para la
-escuela Rep. de Bolivia, por au-
mento de matricula.
Alejandrino Arroyo Jr., para
ia escuela Pablo Arosemeua, por
aumento de matrcula.
Bertllda Jan J., para la es-
cuela Rep. de Uruguay en reeni
piazo de. Cecilia Medio oe
Chong, quien pasa a otra es-
cuela.
Josefina Meza T., para la es-
cuela San Vicente de Paul, en
teemplazo de Ella Rosa S. de
Kcrdines, quien pasa a otra es-
cuela-
Flora Ma. Gndola, para la
escuela San Vicente de Paul, por
aumento.
Silla Ainstrong. para la i.-.-
de Limn, en reempia?o
de Berta Arlas, quien pasa a o-
tra escuela. -
Manuel Mitchell, para la es-
cuela de Puerto Piln, por au-
mento de matricula.
Elsa Judith Williams, pa:a la
escuela de Puerto Piln, por au-
mento de matricula.
Lestenia vsquez, maestra q.
Economa Domstica, para la es
cuela de Puerto Piln.
Josefina Torres Lara, para la
escuela de Salamanca, en reem-
plazo de Hortensia 8. de Oliv ie-
rre, quien pasa a otra escuela
Angela Vuelvas, para la a*
cuela de Achiote, en reemplazo
de Diana . de Ramiros, cuyo
nombramieno se declara insub-
sistente.
BusebJo SaJawr. para lo es-
cuela de Palmas Bellas, en reem
plazo de Blodla R- de Sanabrin,
quien pasa a otra escuela.
Nelly Crdoba de Bracho, pa-
ra la escuela de El Gusimo. <-.n
reemplaio de Heriberto Molin;.,,
Ljtiien renunci.
Felipe Neri Salazar, para la
Fcuela de Limn, en reemp eo de Cario* B. dt Obaldia, iu-
yo nombramiento se declara in-
subsistente.
Luis Alberto de Lep, para la
escuela Santa Isabel, en rem-
plazo de Paaeul Barrera, cuyo
nombramiento se declara ii|ub- "escuela de Las Paimas, en re-
sistente.
,......, w.c rtodrigue L.,
..;.... lu t-^w.^.a uo nitcinai, en
reemplazo ue Lnauaina o u
uui.i.iu cUjO itouti-idiii.e'iiio .se
acetara nsuusistente.
naaura L,opez, para la escuela
da Isia Ptnos, en reeniyiatu ue
uiibtatuo sintii, quien pasa a o-
.a ccuea.
Momas uerrera, para la esa
eueia san ignaciu ue lupuc, cu
leeniptazo ue Manuel Aiau... ..
. uyo noutbiumieiiiu se ueeJt-
auubsatenie.
Aiuiia oiiiuh para la escuei^
c Ubiupo, en rte-mplazo un ^o-
.uue- uc i.euii. quien renuncio
..... uu i-uifcc, para i
escuela B n r i que Geenaier en
.___, u- iv-.uasa ti. de bu-
.-, quien se separa por u-
t-ena H. de Elvltt, para la *-
cuela Enrique Ureenzier, en te-
einpiavo oe Berta V. ue vci.z,
Bua.ai se separa por gravidez.
Irma Campos, para ta escueta
Pablo Arosemeua, en reempiazg
tic Hcrmenda t. de Ac. ta,
quien se separa por gravide.
Ana Guzman de Gonzalez, pa-
la la escuela Pablo Arosemcnu,
ni reemplazo de Marina A. if
Arias, quien se separa por Bia-
vldez.
Acida M. Villaverde, para la
escuela Porfirio Melendec, vti
reemplazo de Aura Ch- de L.r.-
rrio, quien se separa por gravi-
dez.
Isabel Ibarra, para la escuela
Rep. de Bolivia, en reempluro
de Micaela Caries de Tay.i.r,
';jien se separa por gravidez.
Xenia QuijanO, para la escue-
la San Vicente de Paul, en re-
emplazo de Elsa Caries de Bra-
gomenl, quien se separa \> gravidez.
Aura C. de Galindo, para la
escuela de Ciri-Grande. en v-
e.nplazo de Guillermina A. de
de Len, quien se separa por
gtavide*.
Joa del C. Ceballos Jet. < -
la escuela de Palmas Bella*.
un reempiaao dt Mt. i, i-, .....<.
o.uien se separa por grvido.:.
Mxima Mendoza, para la es-
cuela de Migue] de la Borda, en
reemplazo de Lilla Ma- de Rui*
c.t Tang, quien- se separa por
Biavldea.
Provincia Escolar de Herrera
Rosa R. de Tapia, para la ci-
ruela Toms Herrera o. 2, por
aumento de matrcula.
Jos A. Delgado, para la ei-
cjela de Las Minas, por aumen-
lo de matricula.
Pllnio Rr- -. naja !a c-
cuela de El Toro, en reempiazo
de Oderay Aparicio, quien paq.;
o otra escuela.
HermUenda Pinzn C, para la
Una seora da a luz en una
camioneta cerca del Volcn
Pasajeros de la camioneta pero no fue admitida por no
manejada por Porfirio Zapata, i tener todo el dmaro exigido en
nos cuentan que fueron testi- depsito. Como el caso urga
.VIEBKBg, JUNIO I, J|5i
111 i j '
gos involuntarios da un parto
en el trayecto Concepcin-Da-
vid, a la altura de la Que-
brada Cristbal. Segn datos
que nos suministran, la pasa-
Jera vena de Volon y haba
solicitado ingreso en una Cli-
nlca Privada de Concepcin,
opt por venirse a David pre-
sentndose el alumbramiento
en el camino, y siendo socorri-
da por una vecina humanitaria,
hasta llegar al hospital donde
se presto inmediata atencin,
tanto a la parturienta como al
recin nacido.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
emplazo de Rlcaurte Nn;v,
."uien pasa a otra escuela.
Jeremas Cedeflo, para la es-
cuela de Peas Chatas, en re-
emplazo de Edna Quinteto,
quiaa pasa a otra escuela.
Rita I- Correa, para la escuda
ce Pavita, en veemplazo ele Su-
sana Party, quien pasa a otra
escuela.
Rosala Snchez, para la es-
cuela de Parita, en reempu?o
-;e Carmen R. L. de Solis, quien
pasa a otra escuela.
Alicia Coi-ts P., para la es-
cuela de Paris, por aumento de
matricula-
Leticia Corro, para la eseut:a
de Los Posos, en reemplazo de
Ltmeralda J. de Rodrigue,
quien pasa a otra escuela
Sergio Gonzfes, 8., para la
escuela de El Rincn, en reem-
plazo de Rosa G. de Ortsu.
quien pasa a otva escuela,
Deidamia Solis, para la escue-
la Toms Herrera No. 1 en c-
tmplazo de Delmlra C de Hur-
tado, quien se separa por g.a-
vldez.
jo. A. Oedeio, maestvo de
rducacin Fsica para la Escue-
la Toms Herrera No. 1, en re-
emplazo de Miguel H. Si.cc.
quien est suspendido.
Rosa A. Solano, para la es-
cuela Toms Herrera No. 2, ci
reemplazo de Isabel R. de i-r-
ez, quien se separa por gran",
dea.
Martina D. de Mata, maeslia
de Economa Domstica pai. la
escuela Toms Herrera No. 2,
tn reemplazo de Luz M de Jil-
ver quien se separa por gia-
vlaez.
Nelly O. Prez, pera la ei-
cuela de Monagrillo, en reem-
plazo de Blanca B de Athana-
siadis, quien se separa por gra-
videz.
Bolvar Lobos, para la escue-
la de El Nanzal. en veempia^o
de Digna V. de Barra, quien se
separa por gravidez.
Tilcia Lpez, pava la escuela
de Llano Lavgo, en veempiHZj
de Berta C- de Castillevo, quien
te sepava en uso de licencia or
tnfevmedad.
Esthev M. Caballevo. pava la
escuela de Llano Largo, en re-
emplazo de Flor M. Q. de Cas-
tillero, quien se separa por ft a-
NORMAS
"i.o* CorraapMataaiM e>er*i
ctirso a mm asas eaaaastona
das oar* i pariadittieas Utbot
enviar al pawlea las asunta
1 noticia mil iateresamae a
afectea a la comunidad En
soluto se trata dt uaa onorto
nldad para hacer deUrminada
ratnpalta* nallrtraa
fagina a carga da
JOSE A. CA.JAR ESCALA
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MiilvliEKON Anlunlo loa
I OLE riatl Saataatarla JI.
8AN ANDRESrautiae Mlraaa
vides.
Berta R. Prez, para la escue-
la de Parita, en reemplazo Ce
Maria del C. Plnilla, quien se
separa en uno de Ucencia pava
continuar estudios.
Aura Y. Prez, para la escuela
te La Cabuya, en reemplazo de
Rosa E. Cedeo, quien se separa
por gravidez.
Esperanza I P. de Salado, pa-
ra la escuela de La Concepcin,
en reemplazo de Zaida R. Cas-
tillo, quien se separa pov gru-
i'idea.
Amelia B. de Prez, para la
encuela de Pars, en reempiazc
de Colombia C. de Corro, quien
se sopara por gravidez.
Lastenla Castillero, para ut
escuela de El Limn, en reem-
plazo de Eluda P. de Diaz, quien
ie separa por gravidez.
Ricardo J. Bermdes.
El Secretarlo del Ministerio,
Carla* Iva a Euniga
ES HEREDITARIA LA EPILEPSIA?
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HORIZONTALES:
1Un mUlar.
4Dcil, apacible.
9Preposicin.
13 Isla del Pacifico.
13Medida de superficie, Pl.
1.4Del verbo rer.
15SI que sigue al primognito
18Composicin para una sola
voz.
19Zona Autnoma Nacional,
Inlc.
20Juego de dados.
22Tienes conocimiento.
26Cuadrpedo rumiante.
27Del verbo calar.
2Terminacin de diminutivo.
29 Liga de Voluntarios
Espaoles, Inic.
30Filsofo griego nacido
en Mlleto.
31Alimento fundamental.
32Ro de Francia.
33 Del verbo rimar.
34Carta geogrfica.
35Consistente, que titne
solides.
87Trasquilar.
38Escuela Ortopdlga
Brasilea, Inlc.
39 Famoso novelista franco,
llamado Pierre.
40Adverbio de lugar.
48Articulo, Abv.
47Hija de Tntalo.
48Adverbio de lugar.
49Igual al 2 horizontal.
60Patas de ciertos animales.
51~Tratamiento apao.1.
VERTICAL!:
1Adverbio de cantidad.
2Instituto Tcnico Espaol,
I Inic.
3El que puede hacer las
veees de otro en un cargo.
4OoattUrrBM -. persistan te,
5Del verbo arder.
-ANueva, prefijo.
7*Flldo aeriforme, Inv.
IOsos pequeos.
Condicin de principal.
10Pariente, Inv.
11Inculpado, procesado.
18Arca o caja.
17Embarcacin.
20Del verbo talar.
21Mando algo.
22Tranquilizo, sereno.
23Aceite.
24Jornada.
25Curar de una enfermedad.
27Juez civil tuveo.
30Plataforma pava oradores.
34 Destino o fin de una
empresa o misin.
35Articulo, Pl.
37Del verbo podar.
39Del verbo libar.
40Ocano.
41Marchar, Inv.
42Igual al 32 horizontal.
43Hortaliza, Inv.
44Repeticin de sonido.
45Apcope de santo.
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barato: Ub cuarto litro de agua, una cu-
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Comptalo dr Barbo Compra timi tq.
(rediente tn la botica, raticltloa an ta.
botella y ielea para teir ana cana. m^>
an laa Indlraclonaa an la -ja dal Cor*,
purato da Barbo.

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Crema DonUl Kolyno. conbato
la. canes, porqut Kolyno dca-
truye las bactarias qut producen
esos cidos bucalpa que causan
las caries. Kolyno la protege y
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MEJOR NO VAYA A CENTRAL 81
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PERFUME POMPEYA.................... de 2.46 A
LIBRETAS DE ESTENOGRAFA.................... A
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0.39
0.29
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JABN FENICADO....................
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ha iido trasladado a Calle 44 No. 40
frente al edificio Souza, Parque Urraca.
Telfono 3-1259.
Siempre a sos rdenes
Misa de Requiem
For el eterno descanso de! alma de la
Sra. Eulalia Chambonnel de Ruiz
<. t. p. a.)
| dir en 1 Santa lflasia le Sao Francisca manan
Sbada 3 de Junia a las 7: a.m.
Sus padre, hermana* y dems familiares agradecern
1 asjatancia a tita acto piadese.
Panam, la. de Junia de lili.
450 TRAJES
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sfsamsssV' "!"""xA'is^is
Reetha en la Lecaeien da Italia
S. E. el Ministro de Italia y
la Baronesa Rosset Desandr re-
cibirn a los Miembros del Ho-
norable Cuerpo Diplomtico a-
craditado ante nuestro gobier-
no, maana sbado 3 de Junio
de laa 6:30 p.m. a las 7:30 p.m..
con motivo del aniversario de
la Fiesta Nacional Italiana.
Buffet
El seor Ervin Bennet y se-
ora Ivonne N. de Bennet ofre-
cieron el mircoles un buffet e
U residencia, para despedir
seor Charles Beall y seora
Irene da Beall y a la seora
Zelda de Glasaburn, quienes re-
Eresaron prximamente a los
stados Unidos.
a
Almuerzo
Para agasajar: a la seora
Cecilia E. de Arlas, la Sra. Ire-
ne de Donovan ofreci hoy un
almuerzo en su residencia en
Quarry Heights. Un numeroso
grupo de sus amistades fue In-
vitado a este agasajo.
Juega de Cartaa y Te
Pira despedir a la seora An-
tonia de Arbolx, quien parte
prximamente para Europa, la
seora Rosario V. de Shelton
ofreci ayer un Juego de cartas
y t en au residencia en Bella
Vista.
Condolencia
Despus de larga enfermedad,
dej de existir hoy, la honora-
ble matrona, seora Julia vda.
de Cochez, tronco de apreciable
familia de nuestra localidad.
Sus restos mortales sern tras-
ladados a la Capilla del Sa-
grado Corazn en Ancn, en
donde ae le dir maana una
Misa de Cuerpo Presente, y lue-
go a las 10:30 tendr lugar 1
entierro. Enviamos nuestro sen-
tido psame a su hermana, se-
ora Carmela rda. de Watts a
sus hijos, seor Alberto Mathon
y seora Julia C. de Mathon,
seora Lydla vda. de Bush, so-
or Tefilo Cochez y seor,
seor Jorge Cochea y seora,
seor Victor Coches y seor,
a sus nietos, seor John T Fo-
garty y seora, aeor Guiller-
mo Cochez y seora; seor RafU
Cochez y seora; seor Julio
Domnguez y seora; los seores
Ouatavo Mollar y Roberto Byr-
nes y a sus numerosos deu-
dos.
Bautiza
Con el npmbre de Ernesto
fu bautizado, hoy, en la Igle-
sia de Cristo Dey. el primog-
nito del seor Ernesto de la
Guardia III y seora Gloria 0,
......ii mi i
cela familia
LPAS tffc ALGODN
VfBtss estncffRMte al tostado.
Na hatea alteraciones durante el baratillo.
Calis 9 No. 5 vista sel Mar
O FRESQUESITAS
O TOSTAWTAS
OIUCIOSAS
t AUMfNTICIAS
la ieh'rss.
Tambin en csjiros selladas
I fuego y envueltos
rArEL DI ALUMINIO.
-mcuKiis w su
COLMADO PAVOITO.
Porque le mordi
la oreja pide el
divorcio artista
SANTA MONiCA. Junio lo.
i UP). Lady Sylvia Ashley
present demanda de divorcio
contra el actor cinematogrfico
Clark Gable, acusndolo de
"crueldad mental".
Lady Sylvia, viuda del famo-
so actor Douglas Fairbanks, no
especific en su demanda en
qu consistan los actos de
crueldad mental de que acus
a Gable.
Los ntimos de Gable dijeron
que ellos esperaban el divor-
cio desde hace tiempo, pues "l
es un Individuo a quien le gus-
ta la vid al aire libre, mientras
3ue ella es la perfecta belleza
saln. A l le gusta casar y
pescar, mientras que ella pre-
fiere las fiestas".
Otros amigos del matrimonio
dijeron que rl actor estaba muy
molesto por la conduct de su
esposa en las fiestas a que
iban. Uno de ellos, que pidi
que no se mencionara su nom-
bre, dijo: "Recuerdo que una
noche en una fiesta ella estu-
vo mordindole la oreja en
frente de todos los invitados.
Gable estaba furioso. Adems,
Sylvia siempre estaba sacando
el peine y peinndose delante
de todos. En una sola fiesta lo
hizo 20 veces".
ANIQUILADOS-----------
nes Unidas se apoderaron de
cabezas de puente a travs del
rio Injin en el Oeste y cruza-
ron la reserva de Hwachon en
ti frente central y atacaron a
Yanggu ms hacia el Este, -
vanzando a treinta millas al
Norte del Paralelo 38 en la
costa oriental.
Sin embargo, en otros secto-
res, los avances aliados podan
ser medidos en yardas.
Los comunistas iniciaron un
intenso fuego de artillera y
morteros a fin ae mantener al
Octavo Ejrcito alejado de su
"tringulo de hierro" en donde
tienen concentradas sus reser-
vas y abastecimientos.
L lluvia continuaba dete-
niendo las fuerzas de tierra y
ha convertido los campos de
batalla en pantanos, pero no es-
t cayendo con la misma in-
tensidad que ayer.____________
de do 1 Guardia. Fueron sus
padrinos la seora Mayl C. de|
Arusemena y el seor Ernesto
de la Guardia. Formulamos vo-
tos por 1 felicidad del nuevo
cristiano.
Abandona el Hospital
Acompaada de su primog-
nito se enouentra da nuevo en
su residencia la seora Peggy
Z. de Alemn.
Diego A. Jimnez
se graduara el 5
en West Point
Qulrs y Q, queremos ser los
primeros en congratularlo.
A las muchas felicitaciones
que reciba maana el seor don
Aleldes Arosemena, con moti-
vo de festejar sus natales, agre-
Sunios las nuestras muy cr-
lales.
Confirmaciones
-n la Catedral
El dia 3, primer domingo
Jel mes, su Seora IlustrLslma
Alonseor Jos Mara Preciado
y Nieva, C.M.P.. administrar el
sacramento de la confirmacin
en la Catedral a las 11 a.m.
A los padrinos y madrinas se
les recuerda sacar el boleto de
.confirmacin con tiempo en el
despacho parroquial, para lo
'cual presentarn, a ser poalble,
le certificado de bautismo del
ahijado.
Las personas mayores deben
instruirse y confesarse para re-
cibir la confirmacin y se les
aconseja los padrinos y ma-
drinas que acompaen a sus
ahijados en el sacramento de
la penitencia y comunin, y
que presenten extendido el bo-
leto en el acto de la confir-
macin y tocar a sus ahijados.
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y ollas.
Consultas por previa cita sotanate.
Via Espaa No. I Telfono 3-107.1
Entre los cadetes que se gra-
duarn el prximo 3 de Junio de
la Academia Militar de West
Point, se encuentra el Joven
Diego A. Jimnez, hijo del Dr.
Roberto Jimnez de sta ciudad.
Antes de Ingresar a la Aca-
demia de West Point, el joven
Jimnez curs estudios en el
Colegio La Salle de Panam, el
Colegio Centro Amrica en Gra-
nada, Nicaragua y la Bulls
School en Silver Spring, Mary-
land.
Durante su permanencia en la
Academia, el joven Jimnez se
dlstingiu en los deportes, sien-
do miembro del Club de ski. asi
como del Club de Lengua Cas-
tellana.
El ao pasado fu hecho Ca-
dete Sargento de la la. Compa-
a del Primer Regimiento de
Cadetes de Estados Unidos, y al
graduarse recibir el grado de
Bachiller en Ciencias.
Jimnez es uno de los cua-
tro Jvenes extranjeros que se
graduarn de la famosa Acade-
mia de West Point.
Ha Muerto
Doa Julia A. Vda. de Cochez
Sus hijas: Alberto Mathan y Julia C. de Mat han. Lydia
vda. de Bush, Tefilo Coches y Sra., Jorge Coches y Sra.,
Vctor Cochas y Sra.; sus nir'u: John T. Pegartjr y Sra.,
Guillermo Caches y Sra.. Ral Cachea y Sra., Julio Demn-
g*ee y Sra., Gustavo Mailer, y Robert Byrne, a trader'ii
a sus ambladas la asistencia al repello ana tendr luga>
maana a laa 11 a.m. en la Irleala del Sagrada tarasen
en Anean, CE.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Elida P. de Arias.
Sna. Fimla Fbrega.
Dr. Harry Strunz,
Ing. David Lpez Fbrega.
Nias Mireya y Vilma Fonoe
Arae. "
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Teodollnd A. de Shaw.
Sra. Chlla R. de Aorbes.
Sra. Enriqueta A. de Hammer.
Sra Ria V. de Bllonlk.
Sra. Dbora H. de Ayala.
Sra. Laura Q de Rendoll.
Sria. Marie Dunham.
6r. Erasmo Mndez.
Mino Xavier de la Guardia
Alemn.
Nio Jos Luis Hernndez Jr.
Restablecida
Ha regresado a sus labores al
Panam Amrica la seorita
Silvia Florea, despus de per*
manecer unas semanas en ca-
ma. L damos nuestro saludo de
bienvenida.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCINI
Tal 43 Apldo ISM
Entro nosotros
Se encuentra pasando una
corta temporada en la residen-
cia de sus padres seor don
Efrain Calvifto y seora, su hija
Nery de Garca y su hijo Jos
Ramn. Para ellos nuestros sa-
ludos.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Nuestras felicitaciones hace-
mos llegar en esta fecha a la
seora doa Uzea de Stanzlo-
la por festejar su cumpleaos.
Hoy viernes sum un ao ms
de vida la seora Judith de la
Espriella de Oses. Plcenos fe-
licitarla con tal motivo.
Aniversaria de matrimonia
En el dia de maana cele-
bran un ao ms de unin ma-
trimonial el hogar de don An-
gelo Guaragna y seora doa
Carmela de Guaragna. Nuestras
felicitaciones y deseos porque
celebren muchos ms.
Cumpleaos da maana
Maana sbado se ver muy
felicitado por sus numerosos a-
mlgos el seor don Marcelino
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CA. 01 LEFEVRE Tal. 2-3332
VENOi LOTES
Page inicial minima B. 100.00
Mensual 1.15.00
a Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
la Ciudad desde B.1.00 al metro,
a Alquilamos equipo pesodo para
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a Alquilamos lotes a largos plozos.
Club de lotes, B.3.00 y B.4.00
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SE VENDE: Cuatro automviles
Chevrolet 1950. 4 pueitos, per-
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A parlamentos
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No. 125- Tel. 2-3491.
SE VENDE:Oldsmobile 42, B.375.
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Panam Amrica.
SE VENDE:Una coso de concreto
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amplio, motor de luz, gallinero,
con mis de 100 gallinas, pida mis
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lle "M" No. 26. Tel. 3-2161.
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plstico, pega de todo contra to-
do. CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fabrico de Mosoicos.
Ava. Cubo No. 8.
$E VENDEN:Puercos de cria colo-
rado y negro con franjas blancos.
Avenida B No. 42.
SE VENDE:Llantos usodas, 750 x
20, 900 x 20. mangueros de aire,
agua. Jernimo de la Osso. IN-
TRA.
SE VENDE:Un caballo propio paro
nio con su sillo y rienda, infor-
mes en el Tel. 3-2960.
SE VENDE:Ya estn a lo vento los
nuevas sedas an los mis alegres
y preciosos estompas. "La Milagro-
sa" Mentasarini2.___________
Acabemos de recibir cemento blan-
co pera la vento. CA DE NORIE-
GA, S- A. Posedena, No. 15, Tel
3-0260.
SE VENDE:Caja fuerte, largo 24"
ancho 21", alto 33". Un archiva-
dor de acero para planos, 10 ga-
vetas, lorgo 46", ancho 36", alto
36". Ambos nueva condicin. Pre-
cio B. I 25.00 codo uno. Productos
Nocionales, 61 Calle H.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Motor de borco, 50 ca-
ballos de fuerza, velocidad despa-
ciosa, marca "Redwing", perfecta
condicin. Apartodo 2857 Crist-
bal.
SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaja en
lo .Avenido Central No. 217 Coli-
donia, la Refresquera Lo Victoria.
SE VENDE:Lo cantina. Fuerte 18
Bis. Precr mdico. Informe en la
mismo.
SE VENDE: Restaurante "El Ra-
dio," situado en calle C, frente al
Parque Santa Ana. Para infor-
mes: all mismo.
SE VENDE: En El Valle, Gongo!
Un lote de terreno limpio y plano
5365 M2. Tel. 2-1112, Ponoma.
SE VENDE: Por motive de vio je
Buick Super 1949 Dynaflow, en
excelentes condiciones, 2 puertas,
color negro, cubre asientes, llan-
tas blancas, radio, derechos pogos.
Leme telfono 3-1975.
SE VENDE:A mejer postor, comio-
neta Ford 1948. derechos pagos y
licencia para 1951. Propuestas
sellados se recibirn en nuestra
oficina calle L No. 5, ciudad, Fo-
nsm. y se abrirn Sbado Junio
2 10:00 a. m., se inspeccionarn
en nuestras oficinas, calle L No.
5, ciuda-' de Panomi, Panam,
Pon American World Airways, Inc.
SE VENDE:Pontioc 1949 de dos
puertas, cambios automiticos, cu-
bre-asientos plsticos, radio, llan-
tas nuevas, solo 15 meses de uso,
perfectas condiciones. Lime Tel.
2-0860
SE VENDE: Aborroteria y refres-
querlo en Victoriano Lorenzo No.
6.
SE VENDELo formado "Colombia"
por mitad de su valor. Calle 5a.
Ave. Bolvor No. 4062, Coln.
PERSONALES
PERSONAL:Sr. Leandro Ortiz. Sr-
vase llamar al Tel. 2-1112, Pa-
nomi. Urgente.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Gasa
SE VENDE:Estante de caoba y es-
tufa "Mogic Chef" en perfectas
condiciones. Calle 34 No. 7. Te-
lfono 3-0899. Panam.
SE VENDE:Motiva de viaje. Teda*
lee mueble da una can, en ex-
celentes condicionei. Llame telfo-
no 3-0654.
Antes de comprar su corro 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.
: ALQUILA:Apartamento fresco,
cntrico, do reci'naras, cocina,
servicios independi-.-ntes, balcn,
ottos, Avenida A No. 16. B.60.00.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos fras-
cos, amueblados, con agua calien-
te, telfono privado y servicio com-
pleto de Hotel. Hotel Roosevelt.
SE ALQUILA;Elegante oportamen-
to una recimara. servicios, cocini-
ta y porch. Informes personal-
mente en Mercado Modelo, calle
29 Este y Justo Arosemena. No
Home por telfono.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Rio
Abajo No. 2192, Edificio Son Jos.
: ALQUILA:Aportomento inde-
pendiente, una recmara, sc^j-
aomedor y cocina, en frente Ins-
tituto. Telfono 3-1277.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, cuatro
cuortos, cocina, porch y servicio.
B.55.00. Calle lo. Carrosquillo
53-B, parada Teotro Edn.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento sin
muebles de dos recmaras, come-
dor y sala, cuarto para empicela,
garage, agua caliente. B. 125.00.
Calle 41 No. 37 Camilo A. Porras;
Tel. 3-0434.
SE VENDE:Camin GMC de 10
ruedas, doble traccin, con win-
che delantera y adoptacin para
cargar tucos. Plataforma de ace-
to. Agencias Globales, Via Es-
paa 121. Tel. 3-1503.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, sala, comedor, recmara, co-
cina, bao y patio. Frente Univer-
sidad. Ave. Jos de Fibrega 14,
Posodeno.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio y cmodo
apartamento, dos recmaras y ga-
rage. Ave. Mxico 69 cerca Cole-
gio Mora Inmaculado. Informes
de 10-11 o. m. y 3-6 p. m.
SE NECESITA: Empleada para la
cosa que sepa cocinar, ojal duer-
ma en el trabajo. Ave. "A" 13
Pensin-
SE NECESITA:Carguera con refe-
rencias que duerma en la casa.
Buen sueldo. Tel. 3-1378. Calle
5o., No. 12, La Cresto.
SE VENDE:Alacena cocino cerra-
da, artculos de coso. Williamson
Ploce, 0763-D, Tel. 2-3216.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:SEBO FRITO: (De-
rretido) de primera calidad a
B/.0.16 la libra neta, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en la ciudad
de Panam. Se advierte que se re-
chazar todo sebo de procedencio
i extranjera o todo sebo nacional que
haya sido mezclodo con sebo ex-
tranjero. CA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES, S.A. Carretera del Aero-
puerto. Tel. 3-1371.
SE COMPRACOPRA de produccin
nacional exclusivamente en cual-
quier cantidad a B/.250.00 la to-
nelada da 2.000 libras netas, bien
limpia y seca, puesta y pesado en
nuestra planto de le ciudad da Pa-
nam, CA. PANAMEA DI ACEI-
TE, S.A. Aportado 1910 Panam,
Tal. 3-1371.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Maz amarillo a 8.
4.50 quintal. Fbrica de Molino
Criollo. Panomi.
SE ALQUILA
diarios
LE ALQUILA:Un cuorto, calle lo.
Perejil. Cosa 14 Apto. 12.
SE ALQUILACuarto omoblodo, en-
trada independiente. Fresco. Calle
46 No. 13 altos. Apto. 4.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto con o sin
muebles, hombre solo de buenos
costumbres, responsable. Colla 6a.
No. 19, ltimo piso.
5E ALQUILA:Cuarto omoblodo con
entrada independiente, apropiado
poro maestro o profesora. Calle 5,
Control 4047. Apto. 15, Coln.
SE VENDE:Estufa de gas de cua-
tro quemadores, con horno, B.75.-
00 y mquina de esribir en B.25.
00. Colla 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:Un chalet en la Ur-
banizacin El Carmen. 2 recma-
ras, solo-comedor, cocina, porche.
garage y servicio. Llamar Tel. 3-
0545.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de piedro dos
recmaras. Parque Lefevre. Tel.
P. A. D. 6140 para informarse.
SE ALQUILA:Cholet nuevo, com-
pletamente amoblado. Altos del
Golf. Renta B. 150.00. Informes
telfono 3-2541.
SE ALQUILA:Bonita residencia es-
paciosa, completamente amoblada,
comodidades modernas, calla 11
No. 114, Poitilla. Paro Informa-
cin llame Tel. 2-1458 Panam
SE ALQUILA:En. calle 39 No. 6.
chalet de 4 recmoros, 2 baos,
gorage. etc. Informes, Tel. 3-
0425.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para que-
haceres de casa. Debe dormir en
empleo. Engel Ave. Norte No. 12.
frente o la Presidencia, unos eseq-
lones hacia el mar.
SE NECESITA:Matrimonio
necesita empleada para
Dormir fuero. Poro Informes Ma-
riano Arosemena 76.
solo,
todo.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera buena pa-
ra un matrimonio. Debe laVor ro-
po. Acuda a calle Venezuela No.
10, altos. Despus de la I p. m.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
t ALQUILAN:Excnjs./ornante po-
ro oticinos loclas cntricos en los
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
prectoe mdicos. Solicitan Info-
mocion en Almacenas 5 v 10 Can-
fuvos
SE ALQUILA:O Venda. Local es-
pacioso con bancos % primera
para mercada. Si la interesa haga
su propuesta a lea telefonee 3-
0338 o 2-3333.
SE ALQUILA:Por un ao, lindo
apartamento amoblado, con ogua
caliente, telfono, garage, cuarto
servicio 2 recmaras, sala comedor,
etc. muy cntrico, barrio residen-
cial, Ave. Per, Homar telfono
3-3215.
SE ALQUILA:Por B.50.00 departa-
mento de tres recamases, porch,
cocina, comedor, bueno para fami-
lia seria. Calle Segunda Carras-
quilla No. 48. Entrado por Vio Es-
pao Tel. 3-0471.
LECCIONES
SEORA:Graduada en Conservato-
rio Europeo, ensea Plano 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 la enseanza del in-
gls, comenzar, otra vez, sus clases
particulares.
INGLES!!
Aprenda ingls fino, pronunciacin
elegante con Aubrey Stewart que
tiene preparocin tcnica de Colum-
bia University, Nuevo York. Llame
2-3779 u ocurra Avenido Control 98,
apartamento 14.
SE ALQUIL^:Local para oficina
arriba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Locol para depsito,
1,000 M2, bajo tacho, ontlgua
Fbrica de Mosoicos Ideal. Carre-
tera Transfstmica, entrada Locero
Tel. 3-0698, seor Nez-
SE ALQUILA:Locol comercial si-
tuado Avenida Central y Calle U.
refirase al telfono 3-0287 du-
rante horas de trabajo
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
AL PUBLICO
HAGO SABER:
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo nmero 777 del C-
digo de Comercio y por meci
de Escritura Pblica nmero
72 extendida en la Notara
Tercera de este Circuito y de
fecha 15 de Mayo de 1051. he
comprado a la seora Merce-
des Gonzlez viuda de Lee su
establecimiento comercial de-
J nominado "Mercadlto Julin"
y situado en la calle 9a. n-
mero 38 del Parque Lefevre
de esta ciudad.
Panam. Mayo 15 de 1951.
Sabina Geniales de Lin
AVISO
Para conocimiento del p-
blico en general, hago cons-
tar, que por medio de la Es-
critura Pblica No. 950, yo.
Dlmas Oonzlez. con cdula
de Identidad Personal No.
28-32127. vend el estableci-
miento denominado "La Po-
pular", situado en Calle Prs-
pero Plnel #16 a 'a seorita
Elvla 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.
bolos, a entenderse con el se-
or Oonzlez.
Panam. 28 de Mayo de 1951
Dimas Gonzlez
Cd. 28-32127
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:- -Persona pora ven-
der exclusivamente mquinas de
coser, hablar ingls y castellano, a
bose de comisin, escriba aporta-
do 537, Panom.
SE NECESITA:Norteamerlcono bi-
linge con experiencia en admi-
nistracin, ventas y negocio en ge-
neral, desea posicin. Escriba J. D.
Apdo. 134. Ponom.
SE NECESIT.'.:_Manicurista con ex-
periencia y buena presencio. Calle
12 Oeste No. 55.
E NECESITA:Secretorio en Ingls
y Costellano con experiencio. Soli-
cite personolmente el sbado a las
9:00 a. m. en la Monogram Pic-
tures, calle 26 Este y Avenido
Balboa.
SE NECESITA:Por motivo da en-
sanche y demanda, dos ebanistas,
un barnizador competente. Vio
Belisario Porras No. 130.
WILLYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
para cualquier negocio.
Su costo y mantenimien-
to es inigualable.
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agencia Willys)
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleadas
que hablen castellano e ingls.
Buena opariencio. 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, altos. Panomi, Avenido Bol-
boa y Colle 6. Areno de Coln.
Se Necesitan
AGENTES VENDEDORES
Hombres y mujeres-Trabajo
remunerado y de porvenir.
"EL GUILA IMPERIAL"
COMPAA i>e seguros
DE VIDA, S.A
Ave. Central No. 39 Panam
Oficinas 403 y 404
Solamente de 8:00 a 9:00 a.m.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
C anta en
LA BYZKAYNA
AVISO
a nuestros clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
AI fin Ileso el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera ves hay en
Panam latas de SV os.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
GRAN VARIEDAD DE
CERRADURAS,
PICAPORTES, y
ALDABAS
"Corbin" y "Yole"
TORNILLOS de
hierro para madera
(Cabeza Chata y Redon.
da; Bronceados y Nique-
lados).
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 v 2-2988
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. t-2fM
Contra el
Romanas 'Detecto'
Todos los Estilos
Esponjas de Brillo
Horquillas
de tender ropa
Machetes 'Collins'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada.
La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUb OKIKNES
Rio Abajo #2154 re. 3-eU4.
Almacn Calle "1- #4
Tel. t-l75t
| moza fueron acerbamente co-
I mentadas, ya que no reflejan
lia verdad, pues varios miem-
. bros de la Corte Suprema de
Justicia son egresados de la
Universidad de Granada.
Segn el relato de "La Estre-
lla de Nicaragua", los hechos
se desarrollaron de la siguien-
te- manera:
"Los disparos, los culatazos y
golpes de bayoneta contra la
ciudadana indefensa, c o n tra
estudiantes de ambos sexos,
hombres y mujeres, no habian
bastado ayer a las dos y 30
minutos de la tarde, para aca-
llar las altas voces de un pue-
blo indomable que a lo largo
de la historia, ha sabido alzar-
se contra toda forma de opre-
sin, con sacrificio de su ha-
cienda y de su sangre. Pelo-
tones de Guardias Nacionales
de refuerzo enviados apresura-
damente a la ciudad de Grana-
da, acometieron con lujo de
crueldad a los manifestantes,
ayer a las doce y treinta mi-
nutos, disparando sus armas
para amedrentar a la poblacin
y cargando sobre ella, con las
culatas y bayonetas de sus ri-
fles.
Ensangrentada la ensea
patria
La primera acometida de los
Gran Realizacin de
Artculos para Nios:
COLUMPIOS de LONA,
a 672.95
SILLAS ALTAS para Comer
o 675.00
CARRETITAS de Madera,
a 672.95
PERCHERITOS
a 673.25
MUEBLERA
EUROPEA
Are. Central y Calle 21 E. #1
Tels.: 2-183 y 2-1S33
REFRIGERADORAS
"FRIGIDAIRE"
Precios Especiales
Tal. 2-28*7
Para que su Casa o Esta-
blecimiento luzca mejor.
Pntelo con las famosas pin-
turas de
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
las mejores del mundo.
Tenemos Gran Surtida en
Preciosos Colorea!
Precios Bajos!
CONSLTENOS PARA
PRESUPUESTOS!
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0618
Calle Martin Sosa No. S
Tel. 3-1424.
Tenernos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* ..6? 2* x8
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150.3
refuerzos de la Guardia Nacio-
nal de Managua, cay sobre la
vanguardia de los estudiantes,
precisamente sobre,el grupo que
portaba la ensea patria, des-
trozndola y manchndola con
la sangre de los jvenes uni-
versitarios. Sin embargo, la
bandera fue mantenida enhies-
ta por quienes la llevaban, que
lograron introducirla, seguidos
por gran nmero de manifes-
tantes, al Club Social. Mien-
tras tanto, en la calle y den-
tro del Parque Coln, otros pe-
lotones de la guardia actuaban
contra la muchedumbre pacfi-
ca, provocando subido saldo de
heridos y golpeadas.
En seguimiento de los estu-
diantes, que conservaban la ban-
dera nacional, varios nmeros
de la guardia penetraron vio-
lentamente al Club Social, en
donde hicieron disparos al aire
e hirieron con sus culatas y
bayonetas a varios de los all
presentas.
Con una entereza y valor c-
vicos que ha llamado poderosa-
mente la atencin de toda la
ciudadana, los granadinos han
venido manifestando su total
repudio e Indignacin al De-
creto Ejecutivo que les cierra,
quizs para siempre, la cente-
naria y prestigiosa Universidad
de Oriente y Medio Da, la mis-
ma de la cual salieron gradua-
dos los abogados que a bordo
del "Denver" defendieron al r-
gimen liberal en 1927.
Hombres, mujeres y nios, han
concurrido a todos los actos y
desfiles efectuados en la Sulta-
na, desde el da mismo que el
pas tuvo conocimiento del in-
fortunado Decreto. Con olvido
de diferencias partidaristas y
de categoras sociales, los sul-
tanecos han venido dando calor
y vida a la protesta pese a la
Intervencin ilegal de la Guar-
dia Nacional, a las bayonetas,
cascos de acero y a la ame-
naza de las bombas lacrimge-
nas y los fusiles, los cuales en-
traron en accin ayer a las
8 y 25 minutos de la maana,
que fueron disparados por un
pelotn de treinta guardias pa-
ra dispersar una Imponente
multitud que se habla formado
en la "calle atravesada" y que
eretendia recorrer, como lo ha-
ian hecho el dia anterior, las
principales calles y avenidas de
la ciudad. Sin embargo, a loa
balazos disparados al aire, la
multitud contest con gritos y
vivas a Granada, exacerbndose
ms los nimos de la pobla-
cin. J
Casco* de acero enlatean
al puebla
Durante el dia domingo. Gra-
nada vivi horas heroicas, de
gran fervor oatrltlco y cvi-
co. A la salida de misa, en
la cual se pidi Dios con
todo fervor, la reconsideracin
del Decreto del Ejecutivo, dio
comiendo al primer mitin de
la maana. Los oradores, es-
tudiantes universitarios, profe-
sores y simples ciudadanos ins-
taron a la poblacin a mante-
ner viva la fe en loa superiores
destino* de la ms vieja ciudad
de Centro Amrica, a eooDerar
abiertamente con los estudian-
tes y mantener enhiesta la ban-
dera reivindlcatlva del univer-
sity Hado granadino
Cuando el mitin llenaba to-
talmente la calle y el Parque
Coln, desembarcaron de un ca-
min del ejrcito alrededor de
cincuenta guardias, portando
casco de acero, ranadas la-
crimgenas y bayonetas cala-
das, que intentaron dispersar la
multitud, sin lograrlo.
Inicio do minutos mas tarde
el desfile, trat la Guardia Na-
cional de dividirlo. Grupos de
doce y quince soldados, con ba-
yonetas ca'adas. irrumpan en
la bocacalles sobre la muche-
dumbre, tratando de ab-4r bre-
cha con la amenaza da las ba-
yonetas. Dero las gentes no les
hacan caso. ,
Los manifestantes portaban
cartelones condenando como un
atentado a la cultura el cierre
de-la Universidad y lanzaban
consignas al aire, invitando al
comercio y a las industrias a
nn paro.general de brazos cal-
dos.
Al regresar la manifestacin
a su nunto de partida, la Guar-
dia Nacional trat de impedir
que otras personas la engro-
saran, para lo cual acordona-
ron las bocacalles que desem-
bocan sobre el Parque Colon y
Club Social. En esos Instantes
algunos guardias exaltados a-
menazaron con dlsoarar sobre
la multitud y prooinaron gol-
pes de culata sobre algunos
estudiantes y civiles, producin-
dose los primeros golpeados y
heridos, ninguno de ellos de
gravedad, felizmente.
Un estudiante, de apellido
Ocn, fue detenido en ese pri-
mer choque.
Harn homenaje a
un herido en los
sucesos del diez
La directiva del Club Social
Don Juanes a organizado para
el dia sbado 8 de Junio un
grandioso homenaje que se le
tributar al conocido Luis Agui-
lera, victima de los sucesos del
10 de Mayo y quien fu heri-
do gravemente.
Como una prueba de compa-
erismo, todos los miembros da
eate Olub y principalmente el
presidente el seor Juan Le-
dezma desean darle este home-
naje que tendr lugar en el pa-
tio de su residencia en Calle
15 Oeste No. 19: asimismo la
hace saber a todos sus buenoa
amigos y simpatizadores que es-
tarn todos cordlalmente invi-
tados.
Segundo escrutinio
para escoger a la
Reina Orqudea
El Club Social Don Juanea
ha preparado para el dia sba-
do IS de Junio el segundo es-
crutinio para escoger la reina
Orqudea para ayudar el Ho-
gar Infantil y tendr lugar en
los salones de la Nueva Campa-
na y amenizando una de laa
meiores orquestas de la ciu-
dad.
En el escrutinio pasado ven*
ci la distinguida seorita Vil-
ma Mndez por una mayora da
2,000 votos a su favor, le siguirj
la seorita Olga Batista con
1,500 votos y quien renunci,
Sonla de Goovany con 600 vo-
tos. En este festival se obse-
quiarn gran cantidad de re-
galos por cortesa de casas co-
merciales.
Tom posesin de
su cargo el Lie.
Eduardo Vallarino
Fuente* oficiales Informaron
a este diario que por medio del
Decreto Ejecutivo No. 157, de fe-
cha 13 de Mayo, fu designado
Gerente del Banco Agropecuario
e Indusrlal el Lie. Don Eduardo
Vallarino.
Como Gerente de esta institu-
cin autnoma del Estado haba
sido designado el Ingeniero En-
rique Linares Jr. y su nombra-
miento aprobado por la Asam-
blea Nacional por un periodo de
sel* aos.
Al er entrevistado esta maa-
na el lie. Vallarino por un re-
presentante de "El Panam-
Amrica", despus que tom po-
sesin de la Gerencia del Banco
Agropecuario en el Ministerio
de Agricultura. Comercio e In-
dustrias, declar lo siguiente:
"Procurar, en el desempeo
del cargo de Gerente del Banco
Agropecuario e Industrial, pro-
pender al desarrollo de la agri-
cultura, de la industria y de la
ganadera, sin lastimar los le-
gtimo* interese* del comercio".
Falleci el Dr.
se le envi directamente de Chica
go, surgieron esperanzas de qua
podra salvrsele la vida. Lis
primeras inyecciones parecieron
producirle mejora, pero ms
tarde sufri grave recada ai:a
termin por producirla 11
muerte.
Se resolver la
nor cuyo motivo el Banco redac-
t proyectos de contratos da
venta de esas tierras con los a-
gricuitores, quienes han venida
cumpliendo fielmente con sus I
pagos. La seora Rosa Je Eran- I
ceschi, posteriormente, expres j
oue venda toda la finca. con-;
sistente en trescientas hectrea*;
quedando el problema sin solu-
cin y procediendo los Tribuna-
les a desalojar a los agricultores
de esas tierras. Al negarse stos
a salir, fueron desde febrero en-
carcelados en David.
Citamos en un mundo
dividido dice un
Presidente rotario
ATL/MTIC CITY Junio 1 UP
Frank Spain, recin elegida
presidente del Club Rotarlo In-
ternacional. dl)o que la solucin
de los problemas del mundo
empieza en casa "en nuestra*
vidas diarlas."
En un discurso en la sesin
de clausura del 42o. Congreso
Anual dijo que la solucin esta
en que cada uno "haga cargar
su neso donde esta."
Dijo Soaih: "Estemos en ua
mueco dividido. En todas par-
tes, dos ideas estn empeadas
en un combate mortal. La su-
ma de ellas exoresa la divisin
y frustracin del mundo."
Manifest que la amistad f
llamamiento a la responsabili-
dad individual de los Rotarlos
ha atravesado todas las barre-
ras que separan a los hombres.
"Las diferencias de Idioma, ra-
za, nacionalidad, y religin han
desprovedo y los Rotarlos son
un Ideal.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO IMPLAZATORIO
II que suscribe JUEZ PRIMERO DEli
CIRCUITO D* COLON, al pblico en sa-
litral
HACE SABER:
Que en 1 .Inicio de Sucesin Intea
Uda de ANGEL ALONZO o ANGKB
ALONZO CUESTA. M ha dictado un m
to da declaratoria d heredero qu n >S
parta resolutiva dire textualmente ssif
"JUZGADO PRIMERO DEL CIS-
rurrO.Coln. Majo aleta de mil ao-
vecientoa cincuenta y uno.
VI8TC6:.................,
Como quiera que eon loe documentos'
acompaados te ha establecido la de-
funcin del cauaante y al prente.c#
existente entre dicho cauaante -- la pe-
ticionarla, el qoe suscribe. JUEZ PRI-
MERO DEL CIRCUITO de Coln edml.
nUtrando justicia an nombre de la Rep-
blica y por autoridad de la Ley. de eon-
ferm
Unte del Ministerio Publica. DECLARA I
PRIMERO:Que esti abierta la su-
cesin Inteatada de NGEL ALONZO er
ANEL AI.ONZO CUESTA, desde la fe-
cha de au defuncin, ocurrida en esta
ciudad de Coln, el da lC de Mayo.
SEGUNDO:Que ea heredera, s'n non-
inicio de tercero, su esooa* VICENTA
BARRIOS VIUDA DE ALONZO; y
TERCERO:Que eompareacan a estar
a derecho en al Juicio todas las perso-
ns' que tenan alaron nteres en 41.
Fjete y publiqneae 1 adieto de qua
trata al articulo U0I del Cdiso Judi-
cial
COPlK*r V NT1FIQUE6E. iid-a.
CI'II.I.KRMO ZURITA, (fdo.) Joto A.
Carrillo. Secretario "
De conformidad con lo diapuesto pop
el articulo 1*1 del Codito Judicial, sa
fija el presen!- edicto emplasatorio. en
lnt-nr visible de la Secretaria del Tr1-
basal hoy eeintiorho (SI) de Mayo dar
mil noveeientoa cincuenta y un (lil),
por el termino de treinta (10) dia. ?
coplea del mismo se ponen a diaposicia
de la ptrte interesada para an publica-
cin con las formalidades de Ley, a fia
de que laa personas que crean tener ai-
tn derecho en la presenta Sucesin la
tsa valer dentro del carmino indicado.
EL JUEZ, (fdo I GUILLERMO ZURI-
TA.
El Secretario.
(Fdo.) JOeE A CARRILLO.
Ka fiel coala de su oriflaaL
Coln. Maya U at lili.


VIERNES, JUNIO 1, 19S1
Et PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
"CARTAS VENENOSAS"
I
es un gran film dramtico
^^r VS^ ~~-.JtM

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VA PJ
fl| Br
^m_ ^^j W m
t : 1 Hk A_B
Llama poderosamente la a-
tencin el film de misterio de
la 20th Century-Fox que se
estrena este Iln de semana.en
el Teatro Lux con el cuarteto
de estrellas verdaderamente ex-
traordinario. A la Interpreta-
cin magistral de Charles Bo-
yer en el rol del viejo doctor
Laurent, se une la intima y
persuasiva personalidad de un
nuevo actor Ingls: Michel
Rennle (que recomendamos a
la atencin del pblico como
uno de los astro* del porvenir),
la belleza de Linda Damell y
I su interesante comprensin del
papel de la chica invlida, y
la presentacin de otra nueva
estrella Inglesa, la dulce e in-
teligente Constance Smith.
"Cartas Venenosas" tiene un
argumento original, que man-
tiene el Inters del film hasta
el descubrimiento sorprendente
de quien es que escribe las car-
tas calumniosas que han causa-
do' tantas tragedias en la pe-
quea ciudad. A cada escena
crece la tensin y se complica
la Intriga. Otto Preminger. el
director y productor, ha sabido
hacer uso del ambiente au-
tntico de un puebleclto del Ca-
nad, y la honda comprensin
de todos los intrpretes, hasta
los que hacen papeles Insignifi-
cantes, contribuye a ofrecernos
una pelcula homognea en su
realizacin y enormemente e-
moclonante en su contenido.
Francolse Rosay, conocida ac-
triz del teatro y la pantalla
francesa, tiene un papel corto
pero destacado e importante en
el cine-drama del Teatro Lux.
Judith Evelyn es la enferme-
ra sobre la que recaen las sos-
pechas por juzgrsele amarga-
da por su fracasada vida amo-
rosa. Guy Sorel y June Hedln
trabajan tambin con talento.
"Cartas Venenosas" Intriga,
! emociona, convence, entretiene.
IY nos transporta adems, a
un ambiente diferente del nues-
tro. Seguramente "Cartas Ve-
menosas atraer cada vez ma-
vor nmero de personas a la sa-
lla del Teatro Lux.
TAPICERA en general
Carros Colchones
TRABAJO ACABADO Y EFICIENTE.
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HOX VIERNES
3:M El Hijo Perdido
Drama Avena Quaker
3:45 La Vos Emocional
Con Betty Williamson
4:00 Noticiero Pereira
Cortesa Calzados Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
C:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Con Nacho Valds
0:15 Kerma, La Cancionera
Sentimental
Al plano Lucho Muoz
6:30 El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzacln
8:45 Sus canciones preferidas
Con Flavlo Garca
7:00 Lucho Axcrraga
y su rgano
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 MI Marido. Dramatizaron
Cortesa Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Patinas de Amor
Dramatlzacln
Cort. El guila Imperial
7:45 Do Solis-Gmex
8:00 Genoveva. DramatUacion
Cortesa de Almacenes
La Aurora
8:15 Noticiero RPA
8:15 Msica espaola
8:45 Esta Uerra y sus hombres
9:00 Francia y su msica
9:15 Grandes artistas
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Versos Para Ti
Con Anlta Vlllalaz
10:30 Cual el Viento
Dramatlzacln BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
Himno Nacional
ARTISTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
A.M.
6:00
6:03
6:30
6:45
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MAANA SBADO
Buenos Dias
Almanaque de la
Panamericana.
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca internaclona'
Hablan los Astros
Con Antmea
Cantares de Mxico
El Correo del Da
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El Mundo del Vals
Mambolandia
Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
Serenata espaola
Noticiero "Sparton"
cortesa Casa Sparton
Interinadlo' variado
La Fiesta Hiplca de.f'Ji
Por Eduardo Molino- .
Aires colombianos
Carrera
Estampas mexicanas
Carrera
Cancionero de la tarde
Cartera
Aeordes porteos
Carrera
LA FLORISTERA "VALVAN" presenta diariamente, de lunes
a viernes a las 6 y media de la tarde, al emotivo cancionero
Binameno, PLAVIO GARCIA, en el programa: "SUS CANCIO-
ES PREFERIDAS". Es otro programa estelar que le brinda
la Red Panamericana.
Ms de sesenta mil soldados
enva Rusia hacia Berln
para reforzar sus tropas
BERLIN, Mayo 31
nusla est enviando ms de
60,000 soldados a Alemania O-
riental para reforzar sus tropas
de ocupacin de acuerdo con
informes de Berlin.
El nmero de tropas aliadas
in Alemania Occidental es de
unos 250,000 soldados, .Incluyen-
do 100,000 norteamericanos.
Se dice que las nuevas tropU3
rusas incluyen una divisin
blindada y dos de infantera.
La lleuda I bio del fmw Por P' V""
V.mbr.do I f rqae. d U ld 7 r^
n-'or.li.M, pone \o* T*lno. obre "" s
So. P*ro U, *" MeT. Inform, aobrr ,IU ron rl r-ll-.ro Ji-
Di||ow.y (Jmn While).
PASTILLAS VICK
I PAPA LA TOS \ IWI
ESCUCHE HOY los dos mejores noticieros de la radio nacional!
12:00 Noticiero Sparton
4:00 Noticiero Almacenes de Calzado Pereyra
Las ltimas noticias...!
Los mejores comentaristas...!
Un noticiero gil moderno, distinto...!
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
la (ReJ m
anamericaria
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programas
Mili II.....H1IHMH.........t................................""2
BANTINA para las
i vctimas de lceras
No ion orogai mi'egrosai. ni r.m.dio
infalibla (qua loi mdico, no li.n.n
' an para curar radicelmanla lcora.);
; pora mucha, da .ta aneo y an
i cali* rada, lat cow. I alivia an lo. emolo, dolara, qua don,
: can al uta da o.ta nuove producto.
: lo bantlna a. un datcubrlmienlo
quo M da.lino a obviar la noca.ided
do aparar la. quo ivfra. da
lcora., lo qua o. una com una
y callosa, le. lerprandentoi rctulla-
doi da la bonlina podr vorloi on
(LECCIONES do uni, ya on vonla,
y quo condeno adorna, mot do 25
articula, do variodad o Inter*, y el
re.umen complete de dot libro, re-
ciontet y do axila que oplaudia la
critica y el pblico: "Vida do un
obrero norteamericano" y "El crimen
de la Ruta 117."
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con FELIPE DE ALBA
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Pblico reconocimiento a los
soldados de las abnegadas fi-
las del Magisterio que ofren-
dan su sacrificio por el bienes-
tar y la libertad de los dems.
SACRIFICIO QUE NO DEBE
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I La lucha del pueblo panameo en los trgicos dias del |
7 al 10 de Mayo en defensa de la Legalidad!...
"CONDENADO"
El relato grfico de la sensacional audiencia seguida
al Dr. ARNULFO ARIAS M.
-Adems: Dos Pelculas!-
John Payne, en "ARROSTRANDO LA MUERTE'
George Sanders Lucille Ball, en "ACECHADA'
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Y el formidable Doble Programa:
"LAS SIETE LLAVES"
//
LA MUJER DESEADA
con JOAN BENNETT y CHARLES BICKFORD
El Mejor, el Ms Completo, el Ms Dramtico
Drama Taurino que se ha Filmado!
con Robert Stack Gilbert Roland Katy
Jurado Joy Page John Hubbard
Y LOS MEJORES TOREROS DEL MUNDO!
JUEVES PROXIMO
LUX y CECILIA
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!


MOWA "*"*
ittt m
"" 1TL MWAM AMCTICA OTARIO TWT>fepIrTDlKHtl ^
Viernes, junio T, i9!t
GENIAL MULETAZO DE GAONA
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Rodolfo Gaona, a quien lla-
mara la aficin de todos los
cosos taurinos del mundo "El
Calif i de Len" y que cuen-
ta oon grandes simpatizadores
en nuestro medio, na contri-
buido al enriquecimiento del
repertorio taurino con algunas
creaciones suyas que compren-
den pases de muleta y lances
de capa.
Hoy nuestro dibujante tau-
rino, Restrepo, nos presenta
uno de los pases que con ms
calor ha acogido la aficin y
ue fue bautizado con el nom-
re de "Genial Muletazo de
Gaona".

mu iwwnT
Rodolfo "El Califa de Len"
se destaca adems por la maes-
tra con las banderillas y 1
difcil suerte de la estocada.
Gaona en sus tardes de glo-
ria matizaba su faena con la
ejecucin de este muletazo eon
que remataba una serle de pa-
ses generalmente. Despus de
este soberbio remate daba las
espaldas al burel y se sala con
paso firme garbosamente er-
guida su magnfica figura bajo
la estruendosa ov a c i n 'del
"monstruo de las mil cabezas"
(el pblico).
PICADOR
Independiente buscar
volver al comando del
ftbol infantil maana
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol Infantil de Barraza
G P E PJe.
Selecta .............3 3 0 9
Independiente__..2 4 I 8
Fuerte 25 ........2 4 S
Guayaquil .........I 4 1 6
Dep. Pern ...........1 4 2 6
Tauros ..............1 2 3 4
Santander ...____0 4 2 4
Angellni ..........1 1 4 3
Por BETO TEJADA
Muy comentado estn siendo
los cargos que un seor que di-
ce llamarse LUIS GONZALEZ,
ha hecho al Profesor Alfonso
Rojas Sucre. Entre esos car-
gos estn el de que es una "bo-
tella" en el Departamento de
Educacin Fsica y que trat en
una ocasin de sustituir a don
Manuel Roy. El Profesor Sucre
apel al criterio de don Manuel
y este envi una carta para su
publicacin, y que viene a ha-
cer un recuento de las actua-
ciones del Sr. Sucre desde 1B*9,
ao este en que hizo un festi-
val gimnstico. Como lo dije-
ra el colega Joaqun Ortega, la
labor no se hace detrs de un
escritorio. Como escribi el co-
lega Justo de la Esquina, que se
averige si el puesto del Sr. Su-
cre est de ms en Educacin
Fsica, adems el cargo' de
Asesor Tcnico, ser estricta-
mente necesario y prestar gran
utilidad... todo esto y muchas
otras cosas debe el nuevo Mi-
nistro de Educacin averiguar.
Ya es tiempo que se vea uru
labor fructfera en Educacin
Fsica.
,.,,. -.----"Ir;
Estado De Los Equipos De La
Liga Mayor Norte-Americana
He aqui nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para maana sbado:
la. JOTA JOTA (e)... ahora
no tiene rival... PON LA OLLA
...a quien van a cocinar; 2a.
PROTON'... tan solo porque es
el mejor Jinete que va en esta
carrera... ELONA... segunda
por monta; 3a. CAAVERAL...
olvdese de su anterior... JUAN
HUINCHO... enemigo de cui-
dado; 4a. ANIE W... puede per-
der su invicto... DON JOA-
QUN... este es el hombre; Sa.
DAIQUIRI... su ltima lo In-
dica ... CURACA... so que a
este lo haban suspendido... 6a.
MILROS... no se por qu pero
me gusta... HIGH MOUNT...
contrario de peligro... 7a. VEW-
TRE A TERRE... sigue victo-
rioso ... CELAJE II... ahora
tiene mejor monta; 8a. SCOTCH
CHUM ie) la entrada es robo
...HASTE STAR... para place;
9a. SILVER DOMINO... se im-
pone fcil... GALE FORCE...
place por la para; 10a. BABY
RO... est muy buena la po-
tranqulta de Marcela... HOR-
TK\"SIA .place; lia. ROMNTI-
CO... el de mejor monta en el
lote... RAYMOND... pudiera,
pero...
REINA DE TENIS A L08 1 AOS. Los crticos estadounidenses del tenis consideran que
Maureen Connolly, puede convertirse en la campeona ms joven de tenis del 25 de Agosto
al 3 d Septiembre en el Campeonato abierto en Forest Hills. La pequea Conolly no cum-
plir sus 17 abriles hasta el 17 de Septiembre cuando posiblemente ostente el ttulo de cam-
peona. Conolly es estudiante de la Universidad de San Diego. California, y competir en el
campeonato interno en Julio, ha ganado dos de los campeonatos y tratar de capturar cua-
tro antes de graduarse.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por l I. IV
tsssi>.ik|ijii i-,, -.i............- ** HNP
Suaves como
una caricia
El torneo infantil de ftbol
de Brirraza ofrecer maana un
solo juego, el cual estar a car-
go de los equipos INDEPEN-
DIENTE y ANGELINI en las
horas de la tarde.
El Independiente se jugar
maana una Importante carta
en su propsito de pasar al
primer lugar y quedar con la
mejor opcin para conquistar el
Trofeo, en cambio sus rivales
del Angellni lucharn para de-
jar la retaguardia, pronosticn-
dose en estas circunstancias un
reido cotejo.
llama i El Panam Amrica?

2-0740
Julo
TAPIOCA
PUDDIN^
(RIQUSIMOS PUDINES DE TAPIOCAI
A un paquete de Pudn Jell-O
de Tapioca (Chocolate, Vainilla,
o Naranja-Coco)
Se le agregan dos taza de
leche y v
Se cocina unos cinco minuto.
Eso es iodo:
Es un poitre excelente, que
guate y que es muy econmico!
Compre tos magnifico rwdine* Jell-O
de Tapioca y prubele hoy mitmol
Lo ms rico en harinas!
Por su delicada textura y rico sabor ee
insuperable para toda repostera.
Compre un paquete y pruebe las sabro-
sas recetas que trae.
PARA MAYOR GARANTA
EN LA REPOSTERA
LA CAPITANA MAS SIMP-
TICAEl equipo de tenis del
Colegio de Asuntos de Albania
N.Y. no tendr el mejor equi-
po de la nacin pero cuenta
eon la capitana mas simptica
Se llama Judy Davenport de
Kinderhoofc N.Y. reina del fes-
tival Anaul de Albania.
Neddy Nestle dice:
Srvalo con
EVERREADY de NESTLE
Chocolate con Azcar
y Leche
Se prepara al instante
en la
Universitario: Inscrbete en la
Asociacin Deportiva Universi-
taria (A.D.UP).
Pedimos excusas a nuestros
lectores por la tardanza de
nuestros comentarlos. Como es
sabido de lodos, las clases de
la Universidad comenzaron no
hace mucho y es un deber nues-
tro como estudiante cumplir con
nuestros profesores que estn
bastante atrasados debido a los
acontecimientos que se sucedie-
ron semanas atrs. Por esa ra-
zn, pues, habamos tartado y
hoy nos encontramos en capa-
cidad de continuar.
Recibimos el da 29 una carta
del Dr. Octavio Mndez P.. Rec-
tor de Nuestra Universidad, en
la que nos solicita le hagamos
una visita para cruzar ideas
sobre los problemas deportivos
de nuestra casa, pero como esa
carta tiene fecha del da 22 y
ese da nos encontrbamos en
una comisin de la Asociacin
Deportiva que tenia por misin
presentar un pliego de solici-
tudes, tuvimos la oportunidad
de hablar con l, y no nos que-
da otro recurso que agradecer
la fina gentileza del Dr. Mn-
dez y manifestar pblicamente
que estamos equivocados con la
persona del Dr. Mndez. Siem-
pre habamos odo decir que
los Intelectuales catalogados co-
mo el Dr. Mndez no se preocu-
paban por la cultura fsica y
en ms de una ocasin mani-
festamos que el Dr. Mndes de-
ba ser como el Dr. Clemente
Inclan, Rector, de la Universi-
dad de La Habana, persona de
gran renombre continental, que
lleg a ser en una ocasin pre-
sidente de la Comisin Atltlca
Universitaria y quien dijo en
uno de sus escritos: "Soy un
fervoroso creyente de que la
Educacin Fsica constituye la
base de toda educacin. Son
tan intimas su relaciones con
la educacin Intelectual, que
podemos afirmar como Romero
Brest, que el nio que juega
"Estamos jugando buena pelota
y podemos continuar hacindolo"
dice Pal Richards del Chicago
CHICAGO, Junio 1 (UP) Paul Richards, manager de los
Medias Blancas, dijo que hasta el Domingo no tiene que pensar
en el incremento de los Medias Rojas y que sn novena que tiene
catorce juegos seguidos ganados, no tiene que preocuparse sino
del juego inmediato, en este caso el de hoy Viernes, contra los
Atltictos, con quienes tambin jugarn maana Sbado.
Richards agreg "estamos jugando buena pelota y no veo la
razn por la cual no continuemos hacindolo".
Celebra hoy
su sesin el
Club Hispano
y el adulto que se ejercita cons-
cientemente, no desarrollan so-
lamente msculos, no contribu-
yen nicamente a fortificar la
salud fsica, sino en realidad
desarrollan el cerebro e inten-
sifican la vida intelectual." Hoy
podemos decir a voz en cuello,
si se quiere, que no es asi.por-
que el Dr. Mndez ama a la
Universidad de veras y ha de-
mostrado que est dispuesto a
hacer un sacrificio para elevar
la cultura fsica dentro de la
Universidad. El desea que tan-
to los alumnos como los egre-
sados que tengan sugestiones
que hacer para mejorar el Cur-
so de Educacin Fsica, que se
acerquen sin ningn temor que
l esta all para orlos. Asimis-
mo manifest que le complaca
que se acercaran a l todas las
agrupaciones deportivas para
discutir esos problemas. Estuvo
de acuerdo con casi todos los
puntos del pliego de solicitudes,
prometi un mural para los de-
portistas, un cuadro provisional,
tiles deportivos y algunas otras
cosas que estn dentro de sus
posibilidades.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores oroaramas
Esta noche a las ocho se reu-
nirn en sesin extraordinaria
los miembros del "Club Hispa-
no" para tratar de asuntos de
gran Importancia tanto para los
actos sociales que se van a de-
sarrollar como para tratar de
los asuntos del team de football
que actualmente compite en el
campeonato nacional.
Como esta es la segunda con-
vocatoria la sesin de esta no-
che se efectuar con los socios
que asistan.
LIGA NACIONAL
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BROOKLYN ....................... 24
ST. LOUIS ........................ 22
CHICAGO ......................... 19
BOSTON ......................... 21
NEW YORK ...................... 21
CINCINNATI ...................... 18
PHILADELPHIA.................. 17
PITTSBURGH ..................... 15
LIGA AMERICANA
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CHICAGO ......................... 28
NEW YORK ...................... 26
BOSTON ......................... 24
CLEVELAND...................... 19
DETROIT........................ 17
WASHINGTON .................... 18
PHILADELPHIA................... 11
ST. LOUIS ........................ 11
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El juego entre Chase y
Dep. "Cu Cu" de mna.
comenzar a las 2 p.m.
Los equipos de softball Chase
Bank y Deportivo "Cua Cua"
Garrido volvern a medirse ma-
ana en juego de revancha, en
el cuadro de Santa Rita co-
menzando a las 2 en punto
de la tarde.
La primera vez que se mi-
dieron, el Deportivo Cua Cua
sall airoso por 9 a 8, de ma-
nera que maana los banque-
ros buscarn el desquite.







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operacin. Proporciona una *> particularmente para cut donde no rimen las baje
pesadai. Le* polvo te adhieren al cud durante muchcuns*
hora y el colorete adquiere tone iraotpechadoa:
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elimina el maquillaje anterior en un segunde.
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Con dos juegos se
inaugura el Dgo.
torneo de tenis
El Torneo Dunlop de Tenis
se Inaugurar el prximo do-
mingo en la cancha de la Pis-
cina Olmpica, con dos atracti-
vos partidos entre los jugado-
res /
MARTIN PERERA
VS.
VICTOR PASCUAL
8:30 a.m.
y
M. CHANDWICK
vs.
H. SPALDINQ
9:30 a.m.
Un total de 25 jugadores se
disputarn en esta competen-
cia que promete resultar rei-
da, ya que estn inscritos los
mejores tenistas.
Cierra inscripciones
hoy el basketball de
la Liga de Catedral
Esta- tarde cierra inscripcio-
nes la Liga de Basketball de Ca-
tedral en la reunin que ten-
dr de 6 a 7 p.m. en el lugar
de costumbre.
La Liga acord inaugurar la
Temporada del presente ao el
15 de Junio, y el juego de a-
pertura correrar a cargo de los
equipos. Mauricio campen del
pasado ao y Dep. Sureck (ex-
Nehl>, subeampen de la Tem-
porada pasada.
En la reunin de hoy se es-
cogern los otros dos equipos
que jugarn en el programa
de Inauguracin; ocho equipos
en total han enviado inscrip-
cin para esta Justa.
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2) Elona Protn
3) Caaveral Juan Hulncho
4) Annie N. Rio Mar
5) Daiquiri Pamphlet
6) Fright Cobrador
7) Vtre. a Terre Celaje II
8) Bendigo Silver Fox (e)
9) Cantaclaro (e) S. Domin
10) Baby Rol Batan
11) Casablanca Raymonfl
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VIERNES, JUNIO 1, 1951
r EL PANAMA AMEBICA DIARIO IWMHMUHW'M
CON LOS JUEGOS IBERICO-PACIFICO Y HURACN-HISPANO
COMENZARA EL DGO. LA 2a VUELTA DEL TORNEO DE FUT

PAGINA NUEVI
'
Daiquiri debe galopar la
prueba estelar de maana
Por RDEME
Un programa bastante interesante de cart-eras se presentar
maana en el Hipdromo Nacional. En la estelar de la cartilla
se enfrentarn los equinos de la Clase "C" sobre una distancia
de una milla y un octavo v por un premio de B/ 680.00.
La nrueba se presenta bastante fcil para Daiquiri, mejorado
ejemplar del Stud Blue c White, que debe Imponerse sin nlngu-
na dificultad. Adems competirn Curaca. Mr. Foot} y Pamphlet.
Este ltimo es el ejemplar peligroso para nuestro escogido.
En otra de las carreras Importantes de la tarde se presentt-
rn los equinos de la Clase "F" sobre una distancia de 1400 me-
tros. Compiten all: Walrus. 811ver Domin, Paragon, Fulanlto,
Cantaclaro. Alabarda, FanRio, Callmedear, Mosquetea y Oale.
Force.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
EN LA PRIMERA CARRERA, debe Imponerse Jota Jota. Pon
la Olla para el segundo puesto.
EN LA SEGUNDA CARRERA, Proton es nuestro escogido.
Elona para la segunda posicin.
EN LA TERCERA CARRERA, Canaveral se destaca. La Pien-
sa puede sorprender.
EN LA CUARTA CARRERA, Annie N debe ganar. Don Joa-
qun es el (templar peligroso.
EN LA SEXTA CARRERA. Mllros defender nuestro pronsti-
co. Fright tiene mucha opcin.
EN LA SPTIMA CARRERA, Ventre A Terre es un robo. Ran-
chopala para el segundo puesto.
EN LA OCTAVA CARRERA, Silver Fox se destaca. Bendigo
es peligroso.
EN LA NOVENA CARRERA, Silver Domin debe ganar fcil-
mente. Paragon y Cantaclaro son ejemplares de cuidado..
-EN LA DCIMA CARRERA, Baby Rol ganar de punta a
punta.
EN LA UNDCIMA CARRERA. Raymond y Romntico se des-
tacan.
Mioso No Habla Ingls Pero
Sus Potentes Batazos y Gran
Velocidad Hablan Por El
CHICAGO, Junio lo. (UP)
Orestes Mioso el velos jugador
cubano' de los Medias Blancas
que est siendo la sensacin en
la Liga Americana no habla
mucho Ingls pero deja que su
relampagueante velocidad y po-
tentes batazos hablen por i.
Mioso vino a les Medias
Blancas en negociacin comple-
&que envi a Gus Zernial y
vie Philley de los Medias
Blancas a los AUftlcos, Lou
Brissie de los Atlticos a tos
Indios y Mioso y Paul Lehner
de los Indios a los Medias Blan-
cas.
Al parecer el manager Paul
Richards tiene intenciones de
crear una novena de alto vol-
taje y Mioso fija precisamente
sus planes. Mioso puede jugar
cualquier posicin y es un gus-
to verlo dice Richards. La ver
satilidad del cubano se demues-
tra en los libros de records. Ofi-
cialmente es jardinero pero ha
defendido la primera y ahora
es la tercera regular de los Me-
dias Blancas. Se dice qne en
Matanzas de donde es nativo,
jugaba todas las. posiciones y en
1949, el manager de los Indios
Lou Boudreau le pidi que ac-
tuara como receptor. Mioso
ocup la posicin a la que no
estaba acostumbrado y despus
de sacar en segunda a dos pre-
suntos estafadores de bases na-
die quiso arriesgarse frente al
brazo del cubano.
El primer cubano de color en
venir a las mayores, se ha ro-
bado el corazn de los chlca-
goenses. La primera ves al ba-
te como Media Blanca, dio un
tremendo batazo por el Jardn
central y el pblico se olvid de
Gas Zernial, Luke Appling y
otros hroes legendarios del
Chicago. Segn Mioso entra-
ba en calor, lo hacia toda la
novena que adquiri tanto-fue-
go que comenz a ganar juegos
hasta ocupar el primer lugar de
la Liga por doa Juegos comple-
tos. La prueba de habilidad de
Mioso en las bases la brinda
la declaracin de Jimmy Adalr,
coach de los Medias Blancas en
tercera. "Una ves Mioso
taba en primera y Robinson ba-
teo, un sencillo al centro. Tra-
t de detener a Mies* en la
tercera per el oendenado me
paso por el lado como ana fle-
cha", dice Adair todava en du-
das.
Al Zarilla dice que Mioso es
"el corredor ms ligero de la
Liga Americana. Lo he visto a-
notar desde segunda eon un
batazo al cuadro y eso no su-
ceda desde 1st poca en quo
Pepper Martin tenia locos a to-
dos en la Liga Nacional."
El cubano Luis Aloma y el
veHesolano Alonso Carranquel
forman la delegacin latina en
los Medias Blancas. Mioso di-
ce de "Mister shorstop" como
estaban llamando a Carrasquel
en toda la liga, que es muy
buena y Carraaquel dice lo mis-
mo de Mioso. Ninguno de los
dos habla mucho Ingls, pero la
intencin es evidente. Aloma
que habla. macho mejor que
ambos les sirve de Intrprete,
pero se dice que algunos Medias
Blancas buscan intrpretes pa-
ra entenderse eon Aloma.
Pera la clase de Ingls que
hable el trio Importa poco a sus
compaeros y los aficionados
en unto continen cooperando
en la forma como lo hacen y
muchos dicen que les seria Igual
que Mioso hablara chine, mien-
tras siga haciendo lo que hace
en las bases.
Los equipo confan
ofrecer una actuacin
superior en esta etapa
El prximo domingo comen-
zar la Segunda Vuelta del
Campeonato de Ftbol de ira.
Divisin- de la Liga Provincial
de Panam, con dos juegos en-
tre los equipos: _____
IBRICO VS. PACIFICO
t p.m.
AiMtre: M. Cardales
HURACN vs. HISPANO
1:45 pm.
Arbitro: A. Parchtment
Ambos partidos tendrn lugar
en la cancha del Estadio Olm-
pico y. los ouatro oncenos han
Sractlcado con marcado empe-
o. ya que tienen el firme pro-
posito de. ofrecer una actuacin
superior en sta segunda etapa
del Campeonato.
En estos dos encuentros, el
Hispano luchar por quedar a
un punto del Dltranl y Ancn,
que marchan empatados en el
comando; El Pacifico tajnbln
tratar de subir al grupo de
vanguardia, y Huracn e Ib-
rico se esforzarn por dejar el
pelotn de retaguardia.
Simon Pealoza
gano en la zona la
marathn pedestre
El conocido corredor de lar-
Ki distancias, SIMON PENA-
ZA, de la Polica Racional,
gan la Marathn pedestre que
se corri e 1 mircoles en la zo-
na del Canal como parte del
Programa del Da de los Difun-
tos.
Pealoza recorri la distancia
de siete millas desde Pedro Mi-
guel a La Boca en el tiempo
record de 42 minutos, la marca
anterior estaba en poder de Pa-
lomino Reyes con 45 minutos.
De segundo lleg, Antonio Ar-
guelles, muy conocido tambin
en esta actividad; el tercer
puesto lo ocup Nicaslo Lorenzo
del Abel Bravo de Coln; luego
llegaron Rufus Moore 40., Her-
nn Oonzlez 5o., Joe Salas 6o.,
Serafn Garca 7o., Chepote Ro-
drigues 8o., George Weeks 9o.
y Dune Brdly ffoov - -
En esta prueba participaron
M corredores.
Resultaron reidas
las pruebas del
torneo de ciclismo
Interesantes y reidos resul-
taron los nueve eventos de ci-
clismo que se ofrecieron en el
Estadio de La Boca como parte
del gran programa deportivo
que se desarroll en la Zona el
pasado mircoles.
Los destacados pedallstas Chi-
no Williams, Osear Layne y
Emilio Gonzlez sobresalieron
nuevamente al obtener mereci-
dos triunfos.
Emilio Gonzlez gp.n la ca-
rrera de 9 millas; Osear Layne
se impuso en los 1,000 metros y
en las 3 milla*; Luis William
triunf en los 400 metros.
Eduardo McLean y Alan Tom-
lln salieron airosos en las prue-
bas para Mensajeros; Hassam
Williams, Otis Gonzlez y Csar
Alvarado ganaron en los otros
eventos.
El Nadador Ricardo Beauregard
Gan La Prueba De 800 Metros
Celebrada Antier En La Zona
Los nadadores locales que
participaron en las competen-
cias celebradas en la Zona del
Canal con motivo del 'Da d
los Difuntos", tuvieron una des-
tacada actuacin, principal-
mente el campen Ricardo
Beauregard quien conquist se-
saeionalmente la prueba de los
800 metros libree, Imponiendo
un tiempo de 11 minutos y 8
segundos.
En esta prueba en la cual
participaron los mejores nada-
dores de aliento de la Zona del
Canal, Beauregard venci nada
menos bue al conocido tritn
Donald O'Connor que lleg se-
gundo. En el tercer puesto arri-
b Alcidea Bernal.
Ricardo Beauregard se hizo a-
creedor a un bello trofeo do-
nado por los organizadores de
estas competencias.
Los dems nadadores nacio-
nales que participaron tambin
tuvieron lucida presentacin,
entre ellos Norman Arosemena
y Jorge Barcenas quienes lle-
garon primero y segundo en la
prueba de 100 metros libres pa-
ra juveniles.
v
Conocidos atletas se lucieron en los
eventos de pista y campo de La Boca
El equipo de Atletismo del
Colegio Abel Brsvo de Coln se
luci en el Torneo de Pista y
Campo que se desarroll el pa-
sado mircoles en el Estadio de
La Boca, al ganar las tres prue-
bas de relevo asi eomo varios
otros eventos eomo los 200 y
400 metros planos de la clase
A.
Tambin sobresalieron cono-
cidos atletas como Leonard
Parker, que gan los 800 y 1,500
metros, Felipe Malcolm que
trlupf en los-108 metros con
tiempo de 10:8, el estudiante de
Coln, Oliver Swaby que sali
CITACIONES
Esta tarde las 6:00 se rene
en el Gimnasio Nacional, la Li-
ga Provincial de Basketball con
los representantes de equipos de
las categoras menor masculina
y mayor femenina, para ulti-
mar los detalles referentes a la
apertura de la Justa maana s-
bado a las 7:00 de la noche en
el Gimnasio Nacional. Se rue-
ga la asistencia de todos los
representantes a esta reunin.
DEP. PACIFICO
Recuerda a todos sus miem-
bros la puntual asistencia a la
reunin de esta noche a las 7
y 30 en su local para aeordar
asuntos de gran importancia.
Se destacan las
Tenistas de E. U.
en Torneo Francs
PARIS, Junio lo. (UP)La*
norteamericanas Doris Hart y
Shirley Fry pasaron a las fina-
les de Individuales para damas
del Campeonato Internacional
Francs de Tennis y el norte-
americano Hamilton Richardson
a los finales do individuales pa-
ra Juniors.
Hart derrot a la britnica
Jean Walker Smith por g-2,
6-1 y Fry contra la opinin pre-
dominante venci a la tambin
norteamericana Margaret Os-
borne Dupont por 6-2 y 9-7.
Richardson que derrot al
sudafricano Johan Kupferpurger
por--l y 7-5 se enfrentar en
los finales al belga Glno Mezzl
La lluvia oblig aplazar todos
los dems encuentros.
airoso en los 200 metros con
tiempo de 21:9.
Adunas demostraron seguir
en satisfactorias condiciones, el
veterano olmpico Miguel Clo-
vis, que gan el salto alto con
6 pies; tambin el campen
olmpico del 88, Jennlng Bla-
cken, que triunf en el Salto
Largo con 21'fl".
Los otros ganadores en ca-
rreras de la Clase B fueron
Percy Forde del Abel Bravo y
Rodolfo Robinson. En los otros
eventos de Campo, ganaron
Clir Godby en el lanzamien-
to de la bala y Jack Johnson
en disco.
En los eventos de Damas, Es-
ther Stewart gan los 50 y 75
metros planos, Charlotte Goo-
den triunf en los 100 metros;
adems tuvieron destacada ac-
tuacin Adelina Bernard y Do-
lores Worrell.
EXCELENTE ACTUACIN ESTA OFRECIENDO EL ONCENO ANCN. Este es el equipo de
ftbol Deportivo Ancn, que est ofreciendo una excelente actuacin en el Campeonato de
Primera Divisin de la Liga Provincial de Panam, marchando actualmente en el primer pues-
to empatado con el Ditrani, y en esta vista vernos a sus Jugadores, que son, de Izquierda a
derecha, agachados: Olivares, Torres, Lasso, Granados, Bucknrll; parados: Jimnez, V. Arose-
mena. Tejada, Escartn, Oordones y Amaya.
Contina sin resolverse el serio
problema del ftbol dnense
.os equipos de la
Ca. No. 6 y No. 5
se enfrentan boy
Para continuar el soft del
Cuerpo de Bomberos
ESTADO DE'LOS
Compaa No. 1
Compaa No. 4
Compaa No. 2
Compaa No. S
Banda Cornetas
Compaa No. 8
Permanente
Comandancia
Electricidad
Compaa No. 6
EQUIPOS
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Hoy continuar el softball de
los Bomberos con el partido en-
tre los equipos representativos
de la Compaa No. 6 vs. la
Compaa No. 5, a las 4:15 de
la tarde en el campo de Santa
Rita.
Los muchachos de la No. 6,
3ue hasta ahora no han podl-
o obtener una victoria en este
torneo, han enfilado sus man-
gueras con nimo de salir de
perdedores.
En el ltimo partido celebra-
do el equipo representativo de la
Compaa No. 4 se impuso a la
No. 2 en final dramtico por a-
notacin de 6 carreras a 8.
COLON", Junio 10. (BQ).A
pesar del esfuerzo de los diri-
gentes de la Liga Provincial de
Ftbol de este sector por llegar
a un entendimiento con los re-
presentantes de equipos para or-
ganizar la Temporada, no ha
sido posible lograr una reunin
reglamentarla, y dichos miem-
bros de la Liga han anuncia-
do que estn dispuestos a entre-
gar los cargos y dems enseres
de la entidad a la Alcalda, pa-
ra dejar a los equipos en li-
bertar de resolver el problema
como mejor lo crean conven
niente.
Segn inform uno de los
representantes de equipos y a-
I legado a los asuntos del balom-
pi colonense. la actual Direc-
tiva no goza do la confianza de
NO HAN SIDO
VENDIDOS LOS
CARMELITAS
SAN LUIS, Junio lo. (UP).
Bill de Witt, Presidente de los
Carmelitas neg enfticamente
la noticia publicada en el "New
York Post*, bajo la firma del
redactor deportivo Jimmy Can-
non, de que el ex-propletario de
los Indios, Bill Veeck babia
comprado los derechos de su
novena a nombre de un sindica-
to.
Witt dijo que los Carmelitas
no han sido vendidos ni tienen
ningn negocio pendiente con
Veeck. El Secretarlo Ejecutivo
del Comisionado General de
Baseball A. B. Chandler dijo
que su oficina no se ha ente-
rado de ningn negocio en ese
sentido.
los representantes, y ms bien
fu Impuesta por los directores
del pasado ao, porque no se
explica que una Directiva que
debe ser nombrada por los re-
presentantes de equipos, no re-
ciba ahora ningn respaldo.
En estas circunstancias, lo
ms Indicado y conveniente pa-
ra el balompi colonense sera
reunir a todos los represen-
tantes de equipos, y citar a los
actuales miembros directores
para tratar por todos los me-
dios de llegar a un acuerdo, asi
tengan dichos directores que re-
nunciar si es que no tienen la
confianza y respaldo de los fut-
bolistas ya que lo principal es
salvar el ftbol y no dejarlo
estancado y olvidado, por el
gran peligro que extraarla de
perder gran parte del terreno
recorido, ms cuando tiene bien
sentada fama, no slo en la
Repblica sino tambin en el
exterior.
Charles arregla
otra pelea contra
Jersey Joe Walcot
CHICAGO, Junio lo, (UP) _
El campen mundial de los
pesos pesados Essard Charles
quien defendi exitosamente
su ttulo antenoche frente al
retador Joe Maxim, est arre-
glando un nuevo combate con-
tra Jersey Joe Walcott, para
su novena defensa del titulo.
Segn se ha informado esta
pelea tendra lugar en el mes
de Julio o Agosto. Charles lia
vencido dos veces a Walcott,
la ltima ocasin fu muy dis-
cutida la decisin-
Participarn nueve
equipos en la justa
de bisbol de S. Rifa
Al cerrar las Inscripciones la
Liga de Baseball Amateur de
Santa Rita, quedaron debida-
mente inscritos 0 equipos.
.En el Circuito Mayor Jugarn
Azteca, Granillo (Campeones f
Sub-Cam peones de la pasada
temporada) Panamelsta (Cam-
peones de la Menor) y el AJ*.C,
En la Menor participarn Az-
teca Jr., Granillo Jr., Dbora,
Barriada y Joyera Granate,
quedando hasta segunda orden
la participacin de los equi-
pos San Francisco y Transstml-
ca.
El ao pasado esta Justa fi-
naliz con el mayor de los xi-
tos, efectuando 6 partidos sema
nales en el Estadio. Su presi-
dente el seor Toms Muoz,
espera la cooperacin de loa
participantes para lograr nue-
vos xitos y dejar bien sentado
el prestigio de la Liga.
Esta noche a las 7:30 en
el lugar de costumbre, la Di-
rectiva y todos los representan-
tes efectuar su primera se-
sin Informal.
MEJORE su
mam*
CARRERAS SBADO
.DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. y 9a.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra cuntela opera*
mos ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
y
DOMINGO
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
5a. Carrera "C" Importados ltt Milla
Premio: B/ 650.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
1. CURACA.......-------,------------- B. Pulido 112
2. MR. FOOT .................. B. Moreno 106
S. DAIQUIRI .. ^.;^...,.,,...... J. Contrera 112
4. PAMPHLET............. J. Rodrigue* 112
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES PARA EL DOMINGO
So. Carrera (Abierto) 15/16 Milla
Premio: B/ 2.000.00 (Agregado) Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
CLASICO HIPDROMO NACIONAL"
<<4
2. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Moreno 120
2. MAIN ROAD......f...../. Contrera 110
3. (PINARD..................A. Phillip 128
4. (DICTADOR.............. I Rodriguen 119
5. WELSH LOCH.......... .. B. Pulido 120
9a. Carrera "D" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B/ 600.00 Pool Cierra: 5:15 p.m.
ONE-TWO
ESPARTANO..............E. Silvera
NOVELERA .....____......B. Moreno
MIMO......'..............A. Phillips
4. GORSEWOOD ............. /. Contrera*
5. GYWOOD......,.,..,_______M. Hurley
6. MARISCALITO ...-....... /. Rodrigue
1.
2.
3.
108
112
120
112
120
120