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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama Atnctican
"Let the people know the- truth and the country is safe*' Abraham Lincoln.
Seagram's V.O. j1
CANADIAN WHISKY X
TWENT-SIXTH lEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE , 1951
FIVE CENTS
Dipt, o/ lultmt fk*U
"ANNA, WE LOVE YOU"Mn. Ann Rosenberg, Assistant Secretary of Defense, sharea with
Eatients at Batheada Medical Center tha huge cheat of candy he received from offlcera and crew mem-
i't! aboard the USS Eldorado, in action in Korean waters. The gift to Mrs. Rosenberg was an expres-
sion of appreciation of the Reservista for her "efforts on behalf of involuntarily recalled reservists re-
garding their release and limitation of active service."
Mr. John C. Norria (3rd from left), Washington Post military correspondent, represented the Poat
which recently received a letter from the USS Eldorado signed by James E. Thomas, S. E. Hadden and
O. F. Martin enclosing a $45 money order to purchase candy for presentation to Mrs. Rosenberg. Tha
inscription attached to the gift follows: "Dear Mrs. Rosenberg: We have heard of your efforts on behalf
of involuntarily recalled Reserviats regarding their release and limitation of activa aervice. Anna'
we love youl" Signed, A GROUP OF INVOLUNTARY RECALLS ABOARD THE USS ELDORADO..
MAJ. GEN. RAY E PORTER. Commanding General,
view at Fort Amador this morning. The General is
to assume bis new duties as commander of the 101st
Kentucky. Behind him are, left to right, Brig. Gen.
tilles; Brig. Gen. Francis A. March, Chief of Staff. U
General Staff which Includes. Col. 8. F._Grlswold.
Bride, Col. Lawton Butler, Col. James V. Thompson,
Porter'i aide. _____
U.S. Army Caribbean, took his final re-
to leave for the UJS. by air on Tuesday,
Airborne Division at Camp Breckenrldge,
Robert M. Bathurst, CO. U.8. Army An-
.8. Army Caribbean; and the USARCARIB
Col. Russell L. Mabie. Col. Robert J. Mc-
and 1st. Lt. Robert T. Moore, General
r______ (U.S. Army photo)
CZ Raises Gasoline Stocks
To Insure Ample Supplies
Delivery was being made Fri-
day of the final shipment of gas-
oline in filling orders recently
placed by The Panama Canal for
approximately 8,000,000 gallons,
one of the largest supplies ever
ordered by the Canal at one time,
according to an official an-
nouncement.
The last shipment of 1.050,000
gallons of high-test gasoline ar-
rived Thursday from the west
coast of the United States in the
Union Oil Company tanker Ol-
eum.
The heavy gasoline orders
placed by the Canal during the
paat few weeks have been requir-
ed to assure an ample supply on
the Isthmus because of uncertain
deliveries during recent months.
Aside from its normal gasoline
supply, the Canal has commit-
ments with other Government a-
gencies in the Canal Zone to
maintain adequate slocks.
Although the price of the latest
shipments of gasoline will be two
cents higher In the retail service
stations. Canal Zone motorists
will be getting gasoline of the
highest octane rating ever sold at
the Canal service outlets. The oc-
tane rating of the 8,000,000 gal-
lons delivered during the past
Bonth has ranged from 77 to 81,
which averages about three oc-
tanes higher than 76-octane gas
which has been bought by open
bid for the past two or three
years.
Because of transportation dif-
ficulties since the Korean crisis,
the Canal has been unable to ob-
tain its normal supply of gasoline
and kerosene by bids and most of
the orders filled during the past
few months have been as the re-
sult of negotiated contracts. The
negotiation of these contracts, in
moat cases, has also Involved the
transportation to the Isthmus.
Most of the large company sup-
pliers have recently been unable
..o guarantee deliveries because oi
the use of their tanker fleets In
the Far East trade or on sched-
uled runs.
Most of the gasoline delivered
during the past month has been
shipped from the east coast of
the united States, although one
shipment was received from Ar-
uba. The first large gasoline pur-
chase on May requisitions con-
sisted of a shipment ol nearly
2,000,000 gallons bought through
the Army Quartermaster. This
shipment, received early last
month and unlpaded at Cristo-
bal, consisted of 81-octane gaso-
line. The last shipment, being
unloaded Friday, was 80-octalne
gas.
The present stock of gasoline
will be sufficient to meet normal
requirements for a period of sev-
eral months and lt is unlikely
that a lowering of retail prices
may be expected locally, even if
the price war amon; retailers b-
long the eastern seaboard In the
United States becomes serious
enough to bring lower wholesale
prices.
The wholesale price of gasoline
bought by the Canal has been
raised by almost two cents since
last January. An increase of
three-tenths of a cent in the
wholesale price on the last orders
placed was absorbed and was not
reflected in retail prices.
The two-cent Increase in whole-
sale prices recently are attribut-
ed by Storehouse Division offi-
cials to three causes, the lack of
competitive bidding on Canal re-
quisitions, increased transporta-
tion costs and gasoline of a high-
er octane rating than that which
Is normally bought for the retail
trade in the Canal Zone.
General Porter's
Farewell Parade
Biggest Since War
Maj. Gen. Ray E. Porter took
his official leave of Fort Amador
Saturday morning as troops from
all Army posts on the Isthmus
paraded in a farewell review.
The reviewing party included
Brig. Gen. Robert M. Bathurst
Commanding General, U.S Army'
Antilles, and Brl. Gen. Francis
A. March, Chief of 8taff, U. 8
Army Carlbben. as well as major
staff officers of USARCARIB
It was the biggest parade held
at Fort Amador since the war
Well over 1000 spectators lined
the parade ground, including
Governor Francis K. Newcomer
of the Panam Canal. Rear Ad-
miral Albert M. Bledsoe, Com-
mandant, 15th Naval District
and Brig. Gen. Emil C. Kiel'
Commanding General, Caribbean
Air Command. In the absence of
Lt. Gen. William H. H. Morris,
Jr., C-in-C, Caribbean Command,
the command was represented
by Brig. Gen. Robert L. Howze
Chief of Staff. Mrs. Porter and
daughter Patricia also watched
the parade from the reviewing
stand.
Fort Amador was the scene of
un accustomed activity this
morning as participating troops
arrived from all parts of the
Isthmus. Convoys of trucks be-
san to move before six o'clock.
Troops from the Atlantic side,
Including the 60th Army Band,
which joined the 71st Army
Band in providing music for the
occasion, arrived at Amador by
train.
General Porter trooped the
ranks In a Jeep which bore his
two-tar flae. accompanied by
Col. J. B. Wells, commanding the
Pacific Sector, who acted as
commander of troops for the
farewell review Afterwards he
sooke to the trooos briefly, bid-
ding them affectionate farewell
and hlghlv comnlimentin? them
on the efficlen' and falthfi-l per-
formance of their duty during
bis tenure.
Reds Adopt Stand-Or-Die
Tactics On Central Front
Rainfall of Galun
Lake Watershed
Recorded In Study
A major study of rainfall and
runoff of the Gatun Lake Water-
shed, the source of water supply
for Canal lockages, hydroelectric
Eower and other uses, has been
sued In printed form by the Me-
teorological and Hydrographlc
Branch of the Engineering and
Construction Bureau.
Compiled by G. E. Matthew,
Chief Hydrographer, the study
covers the period from 1907 to
1948 and supplements a detailed
record of hydrologlcal data on
the Chagres River and Gatun
Lake watershed which was pub-
lished last year.
A limited number of copies of
the study were printed and will
be issued for official use.
The new rainfall and runoff
record for the Gatun Lake Wa-
tershed makes available for the
first time a considerable volume
of Information on individual
storms, hourly rainfall and other
data which has not been covered
in previous records.
The new study has been plan-
ned to provide the necessary in-
formation with which more ac-
curate calculations can be made
concerning the runoff of the wa-
tershed area, the present basis of
Canal operations, regulation and
flood control measures.
In the Introduction to the stu-
dy, Mr. Matthew states: "Al-
though rainfall records were be-
gun at Cristobal as early as 1882
by the Panam Railroad Com-
Eany and a few other stations es-
abllshed during the French con-
struction period have more than
50 years of record, until recently
rainfall data was confined main-
ly to stations along the line of
the Canal and places of easy ac-*
cesslbllity."
A series of charts and graphs
In the 150-page study covers ma-
ximum rainfalls In various pe-
riods at different points on the
Isthmus; rainfall records for es-
pecially wet and dry years; Can-
al water requirements during
certain dry years; studies of
flood conditions in various parts
of the Isthmus during the period
of record; and considerable oth-
er hydrographlc data.
Premier De Valera
Ready to Return
Despite Failure
DUBLIN. June 2, (UP) Ea-
mon de Valera said today that he
is ready to return as premier of
Ireland with a stable government,
despite the failure of his Flanna
Fail party to win a majority of
the seats in the new parliament.
De Valera, five short of a ma-
jority, says he can muster enough
Independent members to win him
a vote of confidence.
De Valera's party won 69 of the
147 seats In parliament at Wed-
nesday's election, while retiring
Premier John Costello's four-par-
ty coalition won 64 seats.
US Asks Iran
To Assure Oil
_____
For Free World
TEHERAN, June 2 (UP)Pres-
ident Truman has asked Iran to
settle by negotiation "as soon as
possible" Its oil nationalization
dispute with Britain to ensure the
flow of oil to the free world.
The text of Mr. Truman's let-
ter to Iranian Premier Moham-
med Mossadegh was released to-
day by the premier's office.
At the same time a high Iran-
ian official warned that Iran
would never compromise with the
British controlled Anglo Iran-
ian OH Company.
Mr. Truman warned In his let-
Pres. Arosemena
Refuses Remn's
Offers To Quit
President Alclbiades Aroseme-
na was reported today to sea
no Justification for changing
the National Police Command.
The Chief Executive refused
yesterday, for the second time,
to accept the resignation of Co-
lonel Jos Remon and two other
police commanders, by expres-
sing his utmost confidence in
them.
It was revealed that an offer
had been previously made by
Colonel Remn, Lt. Colonel Bo-
livar Vallarlno and Major Sa-
turnino Flores to resign In order
that the President might chose
new police commanders on the
day he took office.
Yesterday, due to recent de-
velopments, they reiterated
their willingness to resign but
were again assured by the Pre-
sident that he could see no rea-
son for them to quit.
The coalition also claims it is
able to get the support of most of
the k Independent members,
who now hold the balance of
power.
37 Percent Cut
On Passenger Auto
Production Ordered
WASHINGTON, June 2 (UP)
The Government has in
effect ordered the production
of passenger automobiles li-
mited to 1.200.000 in July, Aug-
ust and September, a cot of 17
per cent from last summer's
output.
The order does not limit the
number of automobiles that
may be produced, but restricts
the manufacturers' use of steel
copper and aluminum during
the three month period.
The N a 11 o n al Production
agency aald some manufactur-
ers may be able to produce
more oars without using more
metal than allowed by switch-
ing to lighter models.
El Rancho Starts
Midday Cocktail
Hour Tomorrow
Something new for El Rancho
patrons In the way of a special
Cocktail Hour will be inaugurat-
ed Sunday at 11:30 until 2:30 In
the afternoon.
To a background of good dance
music by Los Rancheros, cock-
tails will be offered at 25 cents a
drink, and special luncheons will
be prepared ranging from $1.00 to
$1.50.
This cocktail hour will b re-
gular Sunday feature of El Ran-
cho beginning tomorrow.
ter of the "possible explosive con-
sequences" of the Anglo-Iranian
oil crisis, and declared that "the
flow of Iran's oil is absolutely
essential to the free world's eco-
nomy."
Mr. Truman yesterday sent an
Identical letter to Britain.
Hussein Makkl, secretary of the
Iranian Oil Nationalization Com-
mission and leader of the power-
ful National Front party said
here today that' Iran would not
compromise on nationalization.
"We have burned our bridges
behind us, and the oil nationali-
zation law, with all its clauses,
must be implemented to the let-
ter."
Iran has so far refused to ne-
gotiate with the British Govern-
ment, but has given the oil com.
pany till Monday to submit any
"legitimate" claims rising from
nationalization.
The United States' views on the
subject were outlined to Iran of-
ficially by the State Department
on May 21 and 26. The latter
message urged moderation by
both sides and expressed United
States opposition to "unilateral
cancellation of contractual rela-
tionships and actions of a con-
ilacatory nature."
Iran replied tnat the State De-
partment's efforts amounted to
meddling in Iranian affairs The
Department denied this.
Britain has announced Its will-
ingness to recognize nationaliza-
tion in some form so long as the
company gets a fair deal and the
settlement Is negotiated and not
unilateral.
The President's letters arriv-
ed as about 4,000 British para-
troopers prepared to sail early
next week, lor Cyprus to rein-
lorce the garrison there. The Me-
diterranean Island is within fly-
ing distance of Abadan, heart of
the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company's
operations In Iran.
TOKYO, June 2 (UP) Chinese reinforcements, sup-
ported by mortars and heavy artillery, today moved boldly
by daylight into strong defenses below their Chorwon-
Kumhwa-Pyongyang Iron Triangle.
They were pounded mercilessly by Allied guns and
warplanes.
The Red "stand or die" tactics in the center of the
100-mile Korean battle line were in sharp contrast to the
situation east beyond the Hwachon reservoir, where North
Korean Reds were in full retreat after abandoning their
last toehold in South Korea's east coast.

Canadian Army
Gets $25 Bill
From Nazi POW
OTTAWA, June I (UP)The
Canadian Army received a bill
today for $25 from former Ger-
man POW Frank Polchofer,
who claimed the Government
owed him the sum for services
rendered a a lumberjack while
he was held in a Manitoba
camp.
8th Army Can
Whip Chinese
Van Fleet
8TH ARMY HQ.. June 2 (UP)
The 8th Army killed, wounded or
captured nearly 180,000 Reds in
smashing the Communist spring
offensive.
It can whip the Chinese array
any time, any place, according to
its commander, Lt. Gen. James
A. Van Fleet.
"The Chinese Army In Korea
hasn't a chance. The best thing
lt can do Is go home."
But Van Fleet said the Reds
still have enough reserves m the
forward area for another round
of the offensive.
He Implied strongly that his
forces will not push much farther
north of the 38th parallel and
may even find It necessary to fall
south of the parallel again in the
event of another Red offensive.
He said: "The 8th Army's pur-
suit phase has ended with the
clearing again of enemy units
from South Korea less those
former border areas west of the
Imjin River, northwest of Seoul.
"The Sth Army will, however,
continue to atop the enemy's
unwarranted aggression a-
gainst South Korea, and will
when necessary and profitable
meet such threats within North
Korea."
A likely Interpretation of Van
Fleet's remarks was that the
"pursuit phase" of the 8th army
offensive had ended because the
Communists had stopped run-
ning.
Van Fleet said the United Na-
tions ground forces under his
command had Inflicted well over
100,000 casualties on the enemy
since the Reds launched the sec-
ond round of their abortive
Spring offensive May 16.
About 80,000 Reds were killed
or wounded in the first phase of
the offensive last month.
In giving these figures Van
Fleet said he had pared drasti-
cally the frontline estimates of
Red casualties.
"If I took all reports from the
front the figure would be double
that. I have discounted many fig-
ures as duplication."
Some Chinese units lost up
to 90 per cent of their strength
These Reds were retreating
swiftly, trying to escape an Al-
lied nutcracker between South,
Korean and United States for-
ces driving northward beyond
the reservoir, and other troops
pushing westward from above)
the parallel on the East Coast.
There was no Indication
where the East Coast Reds
might make their stand. Thers
was speculation that they
might fall back another 75
miles to Wonsan and the na-
tural defense line running dia-
gonally southwestward to Kae-
sqng just below the parallel on
the west coast.
Such a line would be approx-
imately 10 miles shorter than
the present one, and still would
leave the Reds in possession
of their Iron Triangle buildup
area, and Pyongyang, their
capital.
On the central front today
Allied Infantrymen used flame-
throwers to burn their way
through one to three miles of
the new Chinese defense lines.
This afternoon 20 Mlgs mads
two passes at 12 Sabres near
Slnanju. No damage was dons
to either side during a brief
encounter.
The Sabre pilots, who wers
escorting a group of Super-
forts, reported tnat the Mia;
pilots were very aggressive, bub
did not manage to get through
the Sabres to the Superforts.
Shooting Star pilots rocketed
a busy marshalling yard north
of Pyongyang, destroying 20)
rail cars, three warehouses and
some store dumps.
in the second phase of the Red
offensive and the subsequent
Allied counteroffensive.
About 10,000 Chinese prisoners
were taken.'
Incomplete reports list the fol-
lowing equipment captured:
More than 11.000 rifles; 1,000
machrneguns; 310 mortars; 120
artillery pieces; large quantities
of ammunition of all types; 51
truckloads of rations; 83 service-
able trucks and 400 horses.
Van Fleet said the speed,
strength and determination with,
which the 8th Army organized its
counteroffensive surprised both,
the Communist high command
and the individual enemy soldier.
Some Chinese were captured In
large groups, and while many
showed signs of physical exhaus-
tion others were apparently la
excellent physical condition.
"They were fully capable of
continuing the fight except for
realization of the futility of their
situation."
Factory Cuts Macy's Fabrics Supply
In Retaliation For Price Cutting
NEW YORK, June 2 (UP) A
manufacturer cut off supplies to
the world's largest department
store today In retaliation against
New York's spreading price war.
President Elmer A. Ward of
Goodall Fabrics said Macy's de-
partment store here no longer
would be permitted to sell palm
beach and sprlngweave tropical
suits because of the price war
which spread today to new fronts
television sets and more men's
clothing.
Ward said at a news confer-
ence In Chicago that Macy's
would be the only store to he pen-
alized for marking prices lower
than those agreed to in fair trade
agreements.
Other participants in the big
city price war would continue to
be supplied because they "acted
defensively." Ward said.
8pringweave tropical suits,
"price-fixed" at $49.50, had drop-
ped to $29.65 in the price war.
Palm beach suits had been cut
from $2995 to $17.94. and both
Macy's and its arch competitor,
Gimbels, sold out of them.
Meanwhile, President Henry
Modell of the Smaller Business
Men's Association of New York,
N.J., and Connecticut. Inc., call-
ed on the group's 2,000 members
and merchants across the nation
to roll back prices at least 20 per
cent Immediately, to avoid
"bankruptcy."
"Unless the merciless price
cutting feud now raging through-
out New York is brought under
swift control." Modell said, "lt
Will spread like wildfire through-
out the nation, bringing m its
wake a horrible crippling of an
already battered economic struc-
ture and bankruptcy of many
thousands of small merchants."
Modell sent a telegram to Pres-
ident Truman, saying he was
calling for the 20 per cent price
roll back in open defiance of an-
ti-trust laws and was urging small
merchants to act together even
at the "risk of federal criminal
prosecution."
"We appeal to the smaller busi-
nessmen of America not to let
themselves be stampeded Into
believing they are doomed."
Gimbel's and Macy's cut prices
for the first time today on an-
other type of "brand name"
clothingHaspel summer wear,
after selling out sprlngweave and
palm beach suits.
A haspel "price fixed" $15 Jac-
ket was selling at Macy's for
$14.09 and at $14 at Gimbels.
Gimbel's slashed a $21 haspel
sport Jacket to $19.75 and Macy's
matched the price.
Macy's then changed the tag
on tropical suits previously priced
at $24.29 to $22.
The head of the Goodall Firm
warned that any other palm
beach and sprlngweave outlet
following Macy's example could
"expect the same treatment"
no more suits.
Macy's declined to comment on
Ward's decision.
Ward said that as soon as pre-
sent marked down stocks are ex-
hausted In New York, the suits
will be sold for the previous fixed
price again by Macy's competi-
tors.
Ward said he had* telegraphed
all Goodall customers that the
Fair Trade Agreements invalida-
ted by the U.S. Supreme Court de-
cision last week did not affect
firms which have signed agree-
ments with Goodall.
He said about 50 per cent of
Goodall outlets have not signed
such agreements and would be
denied supplies If price-cutting
occurs.
As the big city's department
stores carried the war through;
the third day. they began to run
out of choice price-cut merchan-
dise, and started slashing televl-
slon-radiophonograph combina-
tions as much as $200.
There was. no sign of a let-up
in the battle' of price tags. Gim-
bels even cut the price of dogs
a $60 cocker spaniel sold for $40.
"And there's no telling when
this thing will end." an execu-
tive of Brooklyn's Abraham and
Straus said.
New Yorkers, ignoring the heal
which climbed almost to 90 de-
grees, cleaned out certain stocks
In some stores. '
At New Orleans, the Krauss Co.
trimmed prices on 49 drug and
cosmetic items. Electrical appli-
ance prices were slashed in Okla-
homa City and in Lead, S.C., an
appliance store cut Norge refri-
gerators from $219 95 to $199.95.
The store made similar reduc-
tions In the prices of Universal
coffee makers and Dormeyer el es-
tile mixers.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DADLT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Hew Orleans Service
Arrlvsa
Cristbal
1.1. Ultra Bend...............................Jun t
S.S. (hiriqui...................................June 11
S.S. FIdor Knot...............................Jane 14
S.S. Cbirlgui ...................................June 25
(Ilindlin, Rffrlitntrd ChUId and Qaaml Cut
Arrivas
Nw York Freight Service Cristbal
B.s. cape Cod ,................................fane J
S.S. Cape Cumberland ........'.................June 5
S.S. Cape Ann .................................June 17
S.S. Cape Avinof .... J..........................June 23
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 1
Frrtsht SaUlnga Wfetklj tnm Harass (Tha St.aa.rr. l UU* aervlca ate Umita la Iwalv. awuensan)
rrcqaam I relfhi Salluifs ban Cristobal to Weal Caatl Caatral Amarle
Cristbal to New Origaja via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sail*
Cristbal
S.S. ('hiriqui.....(Passenger Service Only).......Juna 18
S.S. (hiriqui ...................................June 28
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON SO
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BREDA ..v.........................Juna
HIRA.............................Juna |
BENNEKOM .......................Juna 16
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
BREDA ............................June 6
CLIO ..............................Jue I
BENNEEOM .......................Jan 1
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
ORESTES..........................Juna 5
HELENA...........................Jsuae
DELFT ............................June 24
TO ARGENTINE, URUGUAY and BRAZIL:
ORESTES ..........................Juna S
.
"E.N.SJd." CRISTOBAL, 5-1210. S-ltlS, S-12H
(Passenger And Freight)
OD BROS., PANAMA CITT. 2-2008
(Passenger*. Only)
BLOK AGENCIES BALBOA: 8-871$ (Freight)
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" .........Due Cristbal, June 8th
S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" ..........Due Cristbal, June 19th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ......Sails Cristbal, June 4th
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" ............Sails Cristbal. June nth
FROM U.S. PACIFIC WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.V. "ANCHOR HITCH" ...........Due Balboa, June 3rd
M.V. "COA8TAL ADVENTURER Due Balboa, Juna 18th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO US. PACIFIC
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"Sea fighter" Seaman Dies
Charlea Martin Wllcox, 42, an
AB seaman was found dead when
tha Sea Fighter was 25 miles oil
Cristobal. C. Fernle and Co., lo-
cal agent for the ship stated that
New Books
"Return to Paradlae," by Jame
A. Mlchener, Pulltaer prUe-wln-
ning author of "Tales of tha
South Pacific," is on of the new
books placad in circulation dur-
ing the past week by The Panama
Canal Library.
In the p/lodical field, thla
week's Library Bulletin lists an
article "la the Canal Ready for
World War III?" In the May Issue
of United Nations World. Colonel
Curt Konra. Amade, former
military adviser to the Govern-
ment o; Bolivia and to General
Chiang Kai-shek is the author of
the article on the Canal.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows;
Radio plays Radio plays for
young people Haokett,
American Literature Room
for one more, Wright.
Travel, Biography Great
Britain; Ogrlaek; I married an
Arab, Buahakra; Return to Para-
dise, Mlchener; F.D.R., a pictorial
biography. Lorant;
Flotlon The Islander, Ans-
lander; Operation heartbreak,
Cooper; Officer and gentleman,
Delve Broughton, Josephine;
Murder comes home, Malleson;
Passport ... to peril, Parker; The
dividing of time, Sewell; Return
to the beach, Shedd-
Replacements In this our
Ufe, OlMgow: Riders of the pur-
Sl sage, Orey; Th U, P. trail,
rey; Tb nlstory of Rome
Hanks, Pennell; The tragedy of
x, Queen; The portable murder
book. Jackson; Ambassadors In
whit, Wilson; My world and
welcome to It, Thurber; The tra-
vels of Marco Polo, Polo; Men
against death. De KruIf.
Panama Canal Periodical
Article I th Canal ready for
World War III (In United Nations
World, May 1951, v. 5. no. 5, pag-
es 46-47), Arnade.
the body had been taken to Gor-
gaa Hospital pending notification
o Xamlly In the States.
Whaling Fleet Due June 8
Eight catchers which make up
tho*hallng fleet of the Anglo-
Norso Company are due In CrU-
tobal Jun 6. en route to tne
South Pacific.
Th Whaling Fleet ha transit-
ed the Canal several times, the
last trip In February of 1948. She
1 returning from European wa-
ter*.
Prominent Passengera
Aboard "Santa Margarita"
The Gr-ce Line's ship Santa
Margarita, n route to New York.
is due In Cristobal June 4. Bv
eral of the prominent passengera
aboard ar; Mr. and Mrs. Octavio
Cabello, a statistician of the UN
at Lake 8uocaj Mrs. Ester Blan-
co de Bruaaonl, wife of the Chil-
ean Consul General at Montreal,
Canada; Mia Marina OreUana,
Chilean tranalator of th UN at
Lake Success and Mr. James Max-
well and family, he 1 a weaving
teebnttfejrattkehed to the Grace
Textile Mills at Renca, Chile.
Engineering Award
Won by PAA Englnr
A Pan American World Air-
ways engineer, John E. Undberg,
Jr., la the winner of American
Aviation Magaine's second an-
nual Engineering Award, Llnd-
berg was selected for his part in
deiiining and developing an air-
craft engine analyser. The de-
vice, a cathode ray tub on which
engine Ignition, vibration and re-
lated problem are reproduced as
specific haps. haa revolution-
ised engine troubla-shootlng and
now is standard qulpment on
many commercial and military
aircraft. Lindborg was presented
$100 and a comrwmoratlv
plaque.
"POPCORN TREE" BXCITEi
MEMPHIS, Tnn Three-year-old Jim Stlegler saw
hU first dogwood tree In bloom
nnd wantetf to know If It was a
popcorn tree."
'Pocketbook Drop9 Fleeces
Widows Of Life Savings
By WILLIAM GILL
BOSTON, Jun 9 (UF) Hun-
dreds of elderly women ar flote-
ad Of their Hfe saying each year
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Buzzling Bumblebee
Demolishes Truck
KALAMAZOO, Mich. Jun 2
(UP) A bumblebee bussed into
the cab of a truck driven by Hen-
ry Donkerbrook and he flailed at
the Insect as he tried to halt hi
speeding vehicle.
The result: One demolished
truck and several minor cuts and
bruises for Donkrbrook. Th bee
I escaped without Injury.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savin.s Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Wo make loan with guarantees on first mortage
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c, $1.00 and $5.00
deposits ore accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
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documents, in 4 different sites.
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John D. (Steve) Stephens
off TROPICAL MOTORS, Inc.
Cordially JtnvlUl
bii many friends to the showing of the
1951 DODGE and DESOTO
pleasure cars, which he is now authorieed
to sell.
No. 27 National Avenue
COLON MOTORS INC.
Takes pleasure in announcing that
TROPICAL MOTORS, INC.
ia authorized to make salea of
DODGE and DESOTO cars.
by thieve working a vicious con-
fidence dodge known as the "poc-
ketbook drop."
police estimate that the annual
take of these operator run Into
the millions. They are an elusive
lot and comparatively few ever
are caught.
The fllm-flam usually 1 pulled
by woman working In pairs. Only
occasionally la there a man in th
ac. Th victima are almost al-
ways womn ovr 80.
The pooketbook drop is worked
with some minor variations, but
most Job follow pretty muoh the
samo pattern.
A typical oas 1 that of a 78-
yar-old widow who was taken
rcntly for $760, 'U th money
she had m th wqrld.
Samuel Smug!
Samuel Smug la smart, 'tla true,
If you were be. yon would be too!
Sam csn always find good buy,
HI secret I* to adverta!
8h was approached on a busy
reet by a strange woman. After
brief conversation, the stranger
told the widow sh had Just cash
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
189 Central Ave. at
corner of T Street
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
0. R. De ROUX CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Manager. Sab-Manager.
OURS:
From 8:e a.m. to U:S8 ..
SATURDAYS! from 8:88 a an to 18:88 p.
" w raUa that this hand was
overbid," admit a correspon-
dent, "but that doesn't bother us
as muoh as th play of th card.
'Wst opnd the nln oi
hearts, dummy put up th Jack,
and East mad th rather pecu-
liar but brilliant play of refusing
t ocover with his king. Dolarr
led a low trump to his king and
returned a trump to dummy's ace,
discovering that Wet waa out of
trumps.
"Declarer concluded that h de-
finitely needed a trump finesse
and that he would have to hope
for a 8-2 break in hearts. H
thrfor rturnd a trump from
dummy. lnwd th Un of
spades, and drew Easts last
trump. He then entered dummy
with the ao of clubs to lead a
heart. Bat played th tn, and
South suoMssfully fhmsed the
queen.
"Since the heart did not break,
however, South had to lose a
heart and three diamond for a
on-trlck #et.
"Could dwlam make thus con-
tract by any different line of
Play?" .
I agree with my correspondent
that the hand waa overbid. How-
ever, declarer ahould have made
his contract.
After winning the flrt trick
with dummy's Jack of hesrts, It
was correct for dclarr to tak
the '..ing of spades and thn lad
a low trump to dummy's ac. It
was then definitely not correct w
lead another trump.
If the heart were going to
break favorably, It was perfectly
safe to lead a heart at this tag.
If tha hearts were not- going to
break, It was vital to lead th
heart rather than a trump.
Accordingly, dummy leads a
heart after winning with the ac
of spads. Bast play the ten, and
South wins a finesse with tha
r.iwen, Dummy Is entered with
the ace of clubs, and another
heart la led through East. South
wins another finesse, takes th*
last hart, cashes th king of
club, and than give up three
diamond trick.
When th enemy gU through
with thatr diamonds, South will
till have his queen-ten of trump
end is bound to make both of
them rgardle of which oppon-
ent leads.
ed an $1,100 Insurance policy.
whil talking they saw another
woman pick up an envelope and
hastily examine 1U content. The
woman cam ovr to thm and
told them there was more than
$1,000 in the envelope. She told
them to wait while she asked her
boss what to do with the money.
A little later th woman re-
turned with a atory that hr boss
advised her the money looked
Ilk a "bookie's payoff." Ha told
hor to dlvld it with the women
who had seen her find It and he
would hold It until they returrvd.
she said.
To show their good faith, the
two women wer asked to produce
some money of thlr own. Th
first woman turnd over her "in-
euranc policy money."
The widow, accompanied by the
woman who had "found" the en-
velope, went to her bank and
drew out her entire savings. She
gave the money to the woman
with th* understanding that she
would pick it up with her share
of th $3,000 at th woman's of-
fice, Th office, of course, did not
xist
Exactly th same dodge was
used by a pair of "con* womn
who got $5.000 from a woman in
Toledo, O. It 1 worked frqunt-
ly with equal success In almost
every city In the nation.
About ten auch eases are re-
ported eaeh yar to Boston po-
lice. The number Is much higher
In other cities, evon some smaller
than Boston.
One of the reasons for the rela-
tively low rate of "pocketbook
drops" in Boaton is Detective
Frank Hallar of th police d-
Sartmant's pickpocket squad,
aller has been tracking down
confidence operators for more
than 80 years.
ven Hallar flgur he's doing
wH If he catches one thief for
every doson Jobs pulled here. As
oon as they floce a victim they
head out of town on the first
train or plane, Heller said.
The Job of catching the crimi-
nals U complicated further by th
nalvte of the victim. Evn whn
thy hav had aom warning,
thy U11 go along with th dodge.
One confidence man confessed
to Hallr tht he had fleeced th
aam woman twlc within two
ear In exactly th am way In
ashing ton.
ywe
THOROUGH JO
MAY8VILLE. Ky., (OP).
Thieve who broke Into hi hen
house mad a thorough Job of
looting the plac. Orvlll C.
Rain report*. Th Intruder
took a setting hen, hr elwMr
of eggs, the nest and a box con-
taining the whole shebang.


SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 151
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mn PANAMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THRES
18-Month-Old Formosa Policy
Directive Splits M'A Probers
Florida Gov. Vetoes
Ban On Tip Sheets
WASHINGTON, June 2 (UP) Senate MacArthur
investigators rebuffed Secretary of State Dean Acheson
yesterday and published an official paper showing the Tru-
man Administration expected Formosa to fall to the Com-
munists 18 months ago.
It also showed the Administration was opposed to us-
ing U.S. forces to stop the expected invasion of Chiang
Kai-shek's island stronghold lest it play into Russia's hands
oropaganda-wise. The paper was an advisory the State
Department sent to its overseos diplomats Dec. 23, 1949.
On a 15 to 9 vote, which crossed party lines, the com-
mittees investigating Gen. Douglas MacArthur's ouster
overrode Acheson's protests that publication of the docu-
ment would not be in the best interests of the country
and would hurt the Department's Voice of America.
He protested that it was not
actual U. S. policy but was In-
tended to help U. 8. diplomats
ease the loss of prestige which
might be suffered by the United
States and other free countries
If Formosa fell into Chinese
Communist hands.
But some Republicans .refused
to dismiss It as a metre advisory
on propaganda. They claimed
the report showed an attempt by
the State Department to 'write
off" Formosa. They said it also
reflected the State Department's
"soft" attitude toward the Chi-
nese Reds.
The vote capped a wrangle
which lasted deep into the after-
noon and delayed Acheson's ac-
tual testimony on the MacArth-
ur issue.
When at last he began. Aches-
on warned that MacArthur's pro-
posals for extending the war
against Red China might cost
this country its allies.
Five Southern Democrats, in-
cluding Committee Chairman
Richard B. Russell, D., Oa., voted
to release the document. One Re-
publican, 6en. Wayne Morse, R.,
Ore., Joined eight Democrats In
voting against publication.
The controversial paper was
first revealed in a United Press
dispatch from Toxyo on Jan. S,
1950. Republicans contended that
since the gist of the document
had been published, there was no
reason for not disclosing the text.
The furious squabble over the
document's publication broke out
immediately -after Acheson was
sworn in as a witness.
Acheson sat silently as the doc-
ument was read to the senators
in secret. But he opposed publi-
cation as harmful to the coun-
try's interests. He did not con-
tend it would haru U.S.military
Interests.
The Secretary bitterly op-
posed paMJcation. Be Mid only
about one-third of the paper
had been divulged and that it
was now outdated by IS
Sonths. He also stressed that
was. an advisory recommen-
dation on the attitude U.S. of-
ficials should take only If For-
mosa actually fell to the Com-
munists.
The paper also was highly crit-
ical of the will and ability of Chi-
ang's troops to fight and this ap-
parently was a consideration in
Acheson's stand.
Since Issuance of the paper,
Administration policy toward
Formosa has undergone several
changes. Additional military aid
and a military advisory mission
has been sent to the island, al-
though both steps previously
were barred.
By JAMES RUSSELL
u
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Sen. William F. Knowland, R.,
Cal., one of Acheson's bitterest
critics, said the document was
"hotter than a firecracker" and
led the fight for publication. "He
wanted to know what, if any, mil-
itary advice the State Depart-
ment followed in drafting it.
Knowland cited statements by
top U. 8. military leaders that
Formosa in unfriendly hands
would be disadvantageous to U.S.
Pacific defenses. He recalled
that MacArthur told the commit-
tee that its fall to the Commu-
nists would "outflank" Japan,
Okinawa and the Philippines."
Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson, I).,
Tex., explained that he voted
to release the document so that
the "confidence" of the people
in the MacArthur investiga-
tion and in Congress itself
would not be destroyed.
"Security wasn't involved," he
said. "The (military) code wasn't
Involved. All tfiat was Involved
was a rather general statement
that It might Impair the effec-
tiveness of the Vblce of Ameri-
ca."
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R.,
Wis., a non-committee member
who sat in on yesterday's hear-
ing, told the Senate later that If
Acheson Is 'concerned with the'
security of the nation, there Is':
Just one service he can perform'
to resign as of today."
The document Itself was label-
ed as a "policy information pa-!
perBormosa- and issued by pol-!
Icy advisory staff of the Depart-, |
merit's public affairs division.
It was Intended to' "formu-
late information policy which
will minimize damage to U. S.
prestige and other's morale by
the possible fall of Formosa to
the Chinese Communist
forces."
In effect, It laid down the "pro-
paganda" line which U. JB offi-
cials were to take if FornWsa fell
to the Communists.
The paper said that, at the
time, three groups were "focus-
ing" attention on Formosa. It
Identified them as Communists,
who accused the u. S. of impe-
rialist aggression for trying to
take over the island; pro (Chi-
nese) Nationalists, who "consider
Formosa a redoubt," and "groups
in the U.S." who have a "mlstaK-
en popular conception of its stra-
tegic importance to U. S. defense
in the Pacific."
The document denied that loss
of Formosa "would seriously da-
mage the interests of either the
US. or of other countries oppos-
ing Communism." It also said
the United States was not "re-
sponsible for or committed in any
way to act to save Formosa."
TALLAHASSE, Florida, June J
(UP) The Florida legislature
upheld Governor Fuller War-
ren's rejection of a bill whloh
would have crippled the bookie
business yet cut into publication
of racing Information by dally
newspapers.
The House of Representatives
refused to override Warren's veto
by an overwhelming margin,
thus killing the proposal for this
session.
Forty-seven votes were cast to
support Warren's veto, 44 a-
gainst. This failed to meet by a
wide margin the two-thirds vote
necessary.
In going along with the Gov-
ernor, the House turned aside a
plea from Atty. Gen. Richard
Ervin to "break this unholy al-
liance between bookmakers and
the bookie wire service."
Warren vetoed the so-called
"tip sheet" measure on grounds
that It would hurt freedom of
the press and cut the legar in-
come from racing.
The proposal specifically would
have outlawed the printing of
tip and scratch sheets, wall
charts and other publications
used by bookmakers.
Ervin. in an informal opinion,
said he believed the bill also
would have prohibited regular
daily newspapers from publish-
ing and radio stations from
broadcasting advance informa-
tion on out-of-state races.
Rep. Glenn Summers of Liberty
County said the Legislature had
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"become hysterical" in trying to
wipe out crime in Florida.
"Let's vote to sustain the veto
and stop beating this poor help-
less mortal (Warren) over the
head with a sledgehammer," he
said. "We've sold our souls and
our morals for $14,000,000 (The
State's revenue from racing).
Let's quit being hypocrites. We
damn gambling and corruption
and then go out and practice it."
Rep. Voile Williams of Semi-
nle said: "Isn't It odd that Gov-
ernor Warren should suddenly be
a stalwart for the freedom of the
{iresa when my Information Is
hat five of the seven bills which
were designed to embarrass the
press and hamper its freedom
originated In his office, and nisi
press secretary. Loyal Compton,
wouldn't even deny it?"
The Governor's veto message
said most Florida newspapers are
"fair, truthful and decent" and
it would not be right to Infringe
on freedom of the press by pass-1
lng the bill because other papers
"are scurrilous, unfair, untruth-
ful and even subversive."
"If the press could be prohibit-
ed by law from printing racing
information which might be used
by a gambler, then it could be
prohibited bv law from publish-
ing information about a robbery
or a murder," the Governor said.
LONDON, June 2 (UP) An
authoritative review here esti-
mates the strength of Europe
satellite armies at between i,-
500,000 and 2.000,000 men, equip-
ped with at least 2,000 tanns
and completely subordinated to
the Soviet Union.
The Chatham House Review
of the Royal Institute of Inter-
national Affairs describes the
satellite armies as a "formid-
able force" with high fighting
qualities.
The survey adds however that
these forces would prove a
heavy liability to Russia if an
initial Communist attack were
stopped quickly* by the West
and the Communist forces were
thrown back behind the Iron
Curtain.
The air forces of the satel-
lites are said to be negligible
so far and their navies "prac-
tically non-existent."

The survey warns that the
satellite forces are still grow-
ing in strength and that East
European budgets, despite at-
tempts at camouflage, reveal
an enormous Increase in mili-
tary expenditure.
The survey cautions: "If the
satellite armies, together with
the Red Army, are. able to
sweep victoriously across West-
ern Europe they can be ex-
pected to prove themselves as
efficient armed forces.
"If however they are defeat-
ed on the field of battle, and
especially If compelled to with-
draw across their own territor-
ies, their resistance might oe
expected to collapse quickly.
"The spirit of militarism and
absolute subordination to Sov-
iet Russia prevails In all the
satellite states."
The review says the satellite
armies have received substan-
tial numbers of tanks from
Russia during the past six
months alone. Bulgaria appears
to have received the greatest
number a total of some 500,
almost as many as Poland.
All the satellite armies suf-
fer from an acute shortage of
motor transport, but that the
Communist strategists appear
to take it for granted that in
the event of a war they would
be able to lay their hands on
the Allied military stores in
Western Europe.
The Polish and Czech air
forces are being rapidly ex-
panded and supplied by Russia
with jet fighters and modern
bombers.
Large Soviet fighter forces
were said to be stationed In
Eastern Germany and Poland,
where they remained under sole
Russian command.
The review lista these esti-
mates of satellite strength:
Armies Po'<"H "S0.0O0; Cze-
choslovakia 250,000; Hungary
Trail Signs Get
Repainted as Hobby
PHILADELPHIA, June 2 (UP)
Pennsylvania's 120 miles of
hikers' and riders' trail provides
a strange hobby and labor of love
for Leroy Wells of Butztown.
Wells rides the trail horseback,
carrying a /an of paint and a
trail-clearing ax. His hobby is
clearing debris and undergrowth
from the "Horseshoe Trail" and
painting the hundreds of horse-
180,000; Romania 280,000; Bul-
garia lO.OOO; Albania 60,000;
Total ,.00,000. The total force
grows largest In autumn and
spring, whe nit is believed to
reach 2,000,000.
Security troops (fully armed
police forces) Poland. 200,000;
Czechoslovakia 50,000: Hungary
120.000; Romania 150,000; Bul-
garia 100.000; Albania 20,000,
Total 740,000. The minimum
estimate for this force is 485,-
000.
TanksPoland 600; Czechos-
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mania 408; Bulgaria 500; To-
tal 2,300. The minimum esti-
mate put this tank force at
1.700.
Navies Poland has one de-
stroyer, one or two submarines,
few motor torpedo boats; Ro-
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half dozen small coastal naval
craft Bulgaria has two motor
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Jefferson Davis' Cell
Dedicated As Museum
BY WILLIAM A. SHIRES
NORFOLK, Va., June 2 (UP)
Three fragile old men rested In
deep hotel chairs today while
younger partisans of the Confed-
eracy dedicated a shrine to the
first and only President of the
"lost cause.."
MaJ. Oen. Robert O Macon de-
puty chief of the Army field forc-
es, was the dedication speaker at
the prison cell in Ft. Mon-no
where Jefferson Davis was held in
Irons for five months in 1865.
Three 105-year^old survivors of
Davis' army, the only ones able
to come to tfce last reunion of the
Confederacy, "fell, out of ranks"
for the trip through Hampton
Road* to Ft. Monroe.
They may rise out of their easy
chairs later to watch the "Mon-
itor" fight the "Merrimac" in the
recreation of the first battle be-
tween ironclad ships in the wa-
irs where the original was
fought.
Macon, subbing for hi. s>'r>e-
rlor, Gen. MarJc Clark, who was
unable to come, said that' the
museum to be set up |n Davis'
cell at the old Point Comfort Dri-
son would "serve as landmark of
historic significance."
Jefferson Davis, the speaker
said, "served his couptry well as
a soldier and as a legislator. He
was honest and fought v.ith all
intenseneas at his command in
suopori. of his conviction.
. 'The fact that the cause that
he sponsored and to which he
devoted himself with such fervor
did not succeed does not in any
way dim the lustre of this man's
accomplishments," Macon said.
"If the South had won. he would
have been one of the world's
great."
fifteen members o Congress,
Draft Director Lewis B. Hershey
and other dignitaries attended
the Jefferson Davis ceremonies.
The party toured Hampton rtoads
and cruised m the James River
aboard the steamer State-' of
Pennsylvania a last minute
and embarrassing to Confderate
delegates substitute for the
steamer Robert E. Lee.
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importance to all the members.
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SATURDAT, JUNE t, 1951
IVTaglie Scores 8th Straight As Giants Win 8-2
Gun Club Notes
Championship titles at the 19*1 Canal Zone Btate Shoot held
at the Cristobal Gun Club on May 26th and 27th were awarded
to P. M. -Charlie Disharoon Sr. for his core of 190 in the 16
yard event and 368 in the overall; to C 8. "Pop" Sanders, win-
ner ol the handicap race with 98; and to Tom Boyd. high with
91 in the doubles.
"' Twenty-one shooters rarin' to go were assembled on the Crls-
tooal Gun Club grounds by 9:00 a.m. Saturday and the first
shots were ilred shortly afterwards. 'Charlie" Disharoon. an
outstanding; trapshooter who has won the 16 yard event in six
previous State Shoots held on the Isthmus, led the field at 16
yard targets shooting the lirst fifty straight with Tom Boyd and
L D Brown, two of the popular Army boys from Fort Kobbe,
only one target behind. In the last hundred "Charlie" shot the
last 50 straight to win with a 5 average while Bill Cunningham.
Manager of the Balboa Gun Club, broke 75 straight in the final
three strings to seize second place with 1*9. L. D. Brown from
Fort Kobbe was three targets behind to win third place in Class
A.
Lyman Jackson and P. M. Disharoon Jr. tied for first score
In Class B with 184 followed by "Pod" Sanders and P. E. Christie
from Fort Kobbe, who took second and third place, respectively.
In Class C. H. R. Rodell, Manager of the Cristobal Gun Club,
w.is high while Lee Carr and Tom McNeill. President of trje Bal-
boa Gun Club, came In second and third, respectively. Among
the 25 straight targets of the dav were those turned in by Ed
Fr.,ncls. BUI Kilgallen. and H. L. Clarke.
By the time 9:00 of the following Sunday morning rolled
around, the shooters were all waiting on the grounds. The boys
from Fort Kobbe all wore a happy grin thinking of the hilari-
ous time thev had had with "Pop" Sanders the night before. L.
D. Brown's high spirits and good humor started everyone off
with a smile despite a tropical downpour that lasted all through
the handicap shooting. Pop" Sanders romped through the four
strings to win with onlv two targets that got away from him in
he last 25 ilvinfe him a total of 98. "Charlie" Disharoon wasn't
far behind 'Pop" with 9 for second high while Lyman Jackson
PAilled in for third with 93. T. J. Tassln and L. D. Brown both
twined in a 49 straight in the handicap.
In the doubles Tom Boyd who started trapshooting on the
Balboa Gun Club range ess than three mapths ago. finished
wT.h a top score of 91 to lead the field. Tom's overall score of
6 was high among the Army and Navy boys and put him in
second place for the championship. Captain Ouy Silva who is
visiting In Balboa for a lew months, showed tin Canal Zone
boys the wav Californians shoot when he broke 88 to reach sec-
ond place in the doubles. Bill Cunningham was right there for
third honors with 86 with the help of his pal. Everett Reid, who
has recently returned to the Isthmus, to cheer him on.
When the smoke had cleared away and Henry Hartz had fin-
ished compiling the scores and the monev awards. "Charlie"
Disharoon found his score of 369 made him the overall cham-
pion. Tom Boyd was second and Bill Cunningham third with
364.
Among the ladles watching their husbands in the competi-
tion were: Mrs. P. M. Disharoon Sr., Mrs. Tom McNeill; Mrs.
Henry Hartz; Mrs. Joe Kueter; Mrs. P. M. Disharoon Jr.; Mrs.
Ed Francis: Mrs. L. C. Jones III: Mrs. William Hall; and Mrs.
T. J. Tassln. Mrs. Tassin represented the ladles by shooting in
the 16 yard event.
All the shooters missed Joe Kueter who left for the States
recently for medical treatment and hope that he will be back
soon In good health to take part in the shoots.
" Many thanks to Ray Norton, COPA pilot, who donated two
round trip tickets to David as prizes and to the National Brew-
ery of Panama for merchandise contributions. Ray's absence at
the State Shoot owing to a trip to Texas was regretted by the
shooters.
The Canal Zone Trapshooting Association wishes to express
its sincere thanks and appreciation to Henry Hartz for his effi-
cient work on the score sheets and money awards not an
easy Job! and to Harold Rodell for the excellent condition of the
Shooting range and his whole hearted cooperation In making the
shoot a success. A hearty vote of thanks also goes to the kit-
chen staff of the CristoDal Gun Club for the appetizing roast
pork and turkey dinners served on both days of the shoot.
And a million thanks to the Cristobal and Balboa Gun Clubs
Who each provided a generous cash donation of $100.00 for add-.
ed money for the shooters. All of the gun toters who took part
unanimously agreed that the 1951 State Shoot in which 20 shoot-
ers shared In the purse awards, was one of the best held.
At the Canal Zone Trapshooting Association meeting held
af'.er the shoot. T. J. Tassln was elected President and Mrs. T.
J. Tassin. Secretary-Treasurer. T. J. Tassln was also named de-
legate to the ATA at the Grand American Handicap for 1951.
Faces In
The Majors
Al Komui Biro* TeMMU
Santa Cruz Sports
By Gilbert Thome
Flying Bam Jr.'s '50 colors,
George Weeks of Gamboa held
down a healthy ninth place in the
Mehiorial Day marathon race
which began at Pedro Miguel and
ended at I* Boca with the run-
ners circling the La Boca ball
park one and one-half times.
Competing against "vets" of
vast experience, the game 16-
year-old lad completed the gruel-
ling 7-mile run to La Boca* only
to fall wearily Into the arms of
sprinters. T. Scott and P. Mal-
colm. Weeks was quickly whisked
off to the hospital, but he return-
ed home early Wednesday night.
Gamboa's Club Montlcello is
making plans for opening its bas-
ketball league on Wednesday,
June 13.
Managers are asked to be
prompt in registering their teams
and to help in making the-pro-
ject a success.
Last year's Cyrnos Is now Car-
ta Vieja. This team, although It
Is somewhat reinforced and is
much stronger than It was last
year, lost Its first two games to
Bam and Madurito. However, we
are pretty certain that Carta Vie-
ja will not end up with the last
filace position that Cyrnos held
ait year.
Top Three Teams In N.L.
Beaten; Bosox Lose 4-0
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 2 Sal Motjlie scored hit eighth
straight victory last night while pitching the Giants to
an 1-2 triumph over the Pirates behind a 13-hit barrage.
that included homers by lobby Thomson and Whitey
Lockman.
Dunlop Tourney
Starts Tomorrow
The Dunlop Tennis Tourna-
ment gets under way at 8:30
a.m. tomorrow at the Panam
Olympic Tennis Courts.
A total of 25 players have
been entered.
Tomorrow's matches will fea-
ture Martin Peretra vs. Victor
Pascual at 8:30 and M. Chad-
wick vs. H. Spaidlng, Jr., at
9:30 a.m.
Name T1 16 Yds. Hdcp Dble* Total Monev Class
P. M. Disharoon 8r 190 94 85 369 $69.40 A
Thomas Bovd 18 IBS 91 91 365 69.10 B
Bill Cunningham 19 189 811 8fi 364 42.10 A
Lyman Jackson IK 184 y:i 80 357 46.16 B
C. S. Sanders 18 175 98 84 357 53.70 B
P. M. Disharoon Jr. 19 184 88 84 356 13.90 B
T. J. Tassin 18 179 91 75 345 43.00 A
Ouy Silva 23 176 77 88 341 29.70 A
P. E. Christie IB 167 85 81 333 28.00 B
H. R. Rodell 11 172 79 78 329 20.61) C
L. D. Brown 19 186 88 49 323 10.70 A
Tom McNeill 11 170 77 73 320 7.40 C
Lt. Olmstead 17 161 7K 79 J17 23.20 B
I L. C. Jones III 18 154 U 64 300 21.00 B
H. L. Clarke 18 185 73 62 300 16.90 B
Ed Francis n 154 76 58 298 20.50 C
Wm. J. Kilgallen w 161 79 56 296 3.70 C
R. Korff 18 158 32 47 287 B
W. E. Jones IK 12.76
8. E. Parker ia 81
William Hall 85
Henry F. Hartz 83 20.50
Ted Albrltton 17 142

Table Tennis
Tourney Postponed
Officials of the Isthmian Ta-
ble Tennis Championship
Tournament announced today
(hat the scheduled opening of
the tourney, June 4, has been
set back to June IS.
Deadline for entries for this
championship will be June 15.
North Carolina
Showing The Way
With 35 Clubs
RALEIGH, N. C. June 2
North Carolina, the perennial
state leader in professional base-
ball, again tops the field with 35
clubs.
It Is closely followed by Tex-
as, with 33. The next 10 states in
the number of minor-league
teams are New York 24. Georgia
22, Florida 18, California 17,
Oklahoma 16, Virginia 15. Louis-
islana 12. Pennsylvania 12. Ten-
nessee 11, Kentucky 11 and Wis-
consin 11.
Seven leagues operate In North
Carolina, six each in New York
and Texas.
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The victory put the Giants one
Same over the ,900 mark again as
ley gradually move back Into
the National League scramble.
The league leading Dodgers
aided the Giants' cause by losing,
6-5. to the Reds while the Bos-
ton Braves shaded the Cubs, 3-2,
and the Phillies beat the Cardin-
als, 7-3, In the other Senior Cir-
cuit games.
Mage beat the Pirates for
the- ninth time in ten starts
over a two-year period. He
struck out four and was nevar
in trouble after the Giants
scored four runs in the third
inning on four singles and dou-
bles by Whitey Lockman and
Ahrin Dark.
Danny Murtaugh's fifth in-
ning homer ruined Maglie's shut-
out and the Pirates scored their
other run on Pete Reiser's triple
and Ralph Klner's fly in the
eighth Inning. Mage equaled Ed
Lopat's string of eight straight
winsthe longest in the majors
thus far this season.
Don Newcombe was called in
after Grady Hatton and Bobby
Adams singled with one out In
the ninth Inning. A walk, an in-
lielcl out and Joe Adcocks two-
run single tagged him with his
third defeat and the Dodgers'
third in their last eleven games.
Ad cock had previously hom-
ered off starter Clyde King and
Gil Hodges hammered No. 16
tops in the majorsfor the
Dodgers.
Johnny Sain won his third
fame when the Braves scored
wo runs in the seventh Inning
on two walks, Bob SchulU's error
and Plnchhltter Sam Jethroe's
single to beat the Cubs. Andy
Patko hit his tenth homer of the
season for the Cubs.
Jocko Thompson pitched a
four-hitter and hit a two-run
triple in the five-run seventh-
Inning rally as the Phillies sent
the Cardinals' Gerry Staley down
to his fourth defeat. Jim Kon-
jtanty relieved Thompson In the
ninth after the first two batters
reached base and effectively
controlled the situation.
Early Wynn's three-hit pitch-
ing and Plnchhltter Dale Mitch-
ell's eighth Inning single earned
the Indians a 2-1 victory over Ju-
lio Moreno and the Senators and
Ned Garver won his seventh con-
test as the Browns beat the Red
Sox. 4-0. In the American Lea-
gue night games.
Rain washed out the' White
Sox hopes of winning their 15th
straight at the expense of the
Athletics and sent a potential
Yankee victory and Johnny
Miss's homer down the drain
with the Yanks leading the Ti-
gers, 4-1, in the last half of the
fifth inning.
Harry Simpson's pinch single,
Wynn's sacrifice and a walk to
George Stlrnwelss preceded Mit-
chell's freak hit. Moreno suffer-
ed his third loss although he al-
lowed only four hits.
Garver yielded eight hits as he
won No. 7the Browns have won
only 12Jwhile Maurice McDer-
mott dug his own grave with
eight bases on balls as the St.
Louisans snapped the Red Sox
ten-game winning streak.
Neasham Belle Romps In Oaks;
American Version Set Today
EPSOM DOWNS. England,
June 2 (UP) Fillies held the
turf spotlight in England yester-
day and they'll be the big Ameri-
can show today.
A long-shot named Neasham
Belle romped off with the histo-
ric Oaks Stakes at Epsom Downs,
England. And 16 fillies have been
entered in the $50,0CO Coaching
Club American Oaks at Belmont
today.
At Epsom Downs, Princess Eli-
zabeththe real racing fan in
England's royal familywas in
the crowd that saw Neasham
Belle win the 173rd and richest
running of the Oaks by four
lengths. Chinese Cracker ran
second In the mile and one-half
classic, and Belle Of All was
third. Two American fillies miss-
ed out badly In the run for the
(35.400 purse. Bastogne ran last
In the field of 16. Javotte. a
daughter of Whlrlaway, was
ninth.
In New York, Kiss Me Kate
heads a field of 16 for the Amer-
ican version of the Oaks.
Walter Jeffords' filly is a slight
favorite to take the 35th running
of this mile and three-eighth
jaunt for young ladles. Nothird-
chance also has, plenty of back-
ers.
If all 18 start, the race will be
worth $66,400, the winner getting
$43,300.
Robert Knowles Triumphs
In French Amateur Tourney
CHANTIIXY, France. June 2
(UPi America's amateur golf-
ers are collecting all the trophies
In Europe these days.
Yesterday, Robert Knowles of
Brookline, Massachusetts, added
the French Amateur Cup to the
Yankee collection. Knowles had a
rather easy time of it, too, beat-
ing Defending Champ Henri La
Maze of France, 3-and-2, in a
scheduled 36-hole match.
Just a week ago, Bob's Walker
Cup buddy- Dick Chapman-
walked off -with the British Ama-
teur crown.
In yesterday's match, Knowles
was a slight underdog because La
Mazea long hitter and usually
a consistent golferhad won the
title the last four years. But
Knowles settled down after a
shaky startwent ahead on the
eighth hole... built a 6-up lead at
the end of 27.. .and won coast-
ing.
American League
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Brooklvn......24 16 .6*0
St. Louis......22 18 -360
Boston.......22 19 .517
Chicago......19 lt .514
New York.....22 21 .512
Cincinnati.....19 21 .415
Philadelphia. . 18 24 .429
Pittsburgh.....15 24 .315
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Boston.
Pittsburgh at New York.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Philadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Boston.............. 3
Chicago............ 2
(Night Game)
Cincinnati............ 6.
Brooklyn............ 5
(Night Game)
New York .. J...... 8
Pittsburgh.......... 2
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 7
St. Louis ............ 3
National League
Teams Won Lost Fet.
Chicago......28 .743
New York.....26 1$ M'
Boston.......24 14 .632
Cleveland.....M lt .618
Detroit.......17 20 .459
Washington. ... 16 21 .432
Philadelphia ... 11 27 .289
St. Louis......12 29 .295
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
New York at Detroit.
Boston at St. Louis.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Cleveland............ 2
Washington.......... 1
St. Louis............ 4
Boston.............. 0
Philadelphia at Chicago
i Postponed. Rain.)
New York at Detroit
'Called at end of fourth- Rain.)
Everybody feads Clarified*
Officials Announce
Exacf Indianapolis
Prize Money Figures
INDIANAPOLIS, June 2 (UP)
Indianapolis speedway officials
have figurad out the exact break-
down on prize money and speeds
In the Memorial Day race won by
Lee Wallard of Altmont, New
York.
Wallard won a record-breaking
$63.612 and 12 cents with his rec-
ord-breaking run around the In-
dianapolis oval. The New York
driver got $33.312 from the track,
the rest in lap and accessory
money.
Wallard's prise money ranks
him eighth among all-time mon-
ey winners at the speedway.
Indianapolis officials also re-
veal that check timing shows
Rookie Andy Linden of Los An-
geles goes from sixth to fourth
filace. Bobby Ball of Phoenix
drops to fifth and Henry Banks
of Compton, California moves
down to sixth. Seems that only
59 seconds separated the fourth
and sixth place cars and Linden-
had not been credited with one
lap.
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Star Player On
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LITTLE ROCK. Junr2 (UP)
A little rookie shortstopwhose
sharp fielding has been anchor-
ing Little Rock's pennant hopes
brought a big bat to the ball
park Tuesday night.
Scooter Koshorek, sensational
young ballhawk. slammed a hom-
er over the leftfleld wall In the
ninth Inning to give Little Rock
a stirring 6 to 5 victory over the
Mobile Bears.
The victory allowed the Trays
to hang onto their five and one-
half game lead In the Southern
Association although the major
contenders advanced In step.
Birmingham and Atlanta both
won to remain deadlocked for
second place.
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Sports Briefs
Y UNITED PRESS
Rain again has forced post-
ponement of the men's semi-fin-
al singles matches at the French
International Tennis Tourna-
ment In Paris. They've been re-
scheduled for today.
Tom Fitapatrick of Kalamasoo,
Michigan, an outfielder, has been
elected captain of the Army
baseball team. FiUpatrlck bats
around .300.
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology has drawn lane Num-
ber One in the 48th Annual In-
tercollegiate Rowing Regatta at
Marietta. Ohio on June 16. The
other 11 spots show Princeton In
second, Pennsylvania third. Navy
fourth, Wisconsin fifth, Syracuse
sixth, Washington seventh, Stan-
ford eighth, California ninth.
Boston University 10th, Columbia
Uth and Cornell 12th.
Playing conditions were poor.
It rained all day, and the 8,800-
yard Chant illy course still bore
scars of World War II. The Nazis
had dug It up to camouflage a
nearby air field and the French
still haven't put lt back into per-
fect condition.
That, plus the fact that his
wife had to serve as an Inter-
preter during the match, didn't
bother the 39-year-old Insurance
broker. Nls drives were a little off
line during the morning rounc'.
but the Frenchman's game was
even more erratic. So Knowles
broke for lunch 1-up on La Maze.
During the break. La Maae ad-
mitted he had been nervous.
Knowles made him more nerv-
ous during the afternoon round
by sinking long putts, approach-
ing beautifully and booming long
drives right down the middle.
Knowles blrdled three of the first
four afternoon holes, and took a
6-up lead at the end of 27. From
there on in, it was easy for
Knowles to coast in with anoth-
er piece of European silverware.
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AT MRS. DONOVAN! LUNCHEON YESTERDAY
Mr,. Alcihladee Anwmki, wife ( the Pr*eW*nt Maw aud aa henerarv arealtUM *f Ih. later-American We-
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1 Mr heat* at Balba ietikta. Th* laachee* beneree fin.
loll* Arias Paradas, tks retirte; president.
Gtieata alsa Include* Mrs. Marry D. Sehelala. faundar aad
*!"&*& PrMBt' * eenorarv vlc*-nreldenu, Mrs. Fran-
cis K. Newcomer, Mrs. Calan Iky Aliara. Mrs. William H. H.
Merri*, Jr., and (ht Caunttu Rabat*; Mrs. Lula trie* aad
Mrs. Vlnll Shaw, farmsr preaMeat*; ths r**ent ef fleer,
keard ef dlractars, adsisary beard and th* president a?
sundlag cammltaas. Mrs. Deaevan > fassU numbered 41.
ataptlan This Evenlns,
at lUUan Leiatleu
Th* Italian Minister and th*
Baron*ss Roaiat Desandr will
r*celvt th* members of the di-
plomatic corps and th*lr ladles at
the Legation In Panama this
evening from 5:30 to 7:30 on the
occasion of the anniversary of
the Pounding of the Italian Re-
public.
hewer fer Sylvia Altman
Mis* Raquel Bisen will be hos-
tess lor a miscellaneous shower
honoring Sylvia Altman who will
be married June 30 to Morton Le-
wln. The shower will be held
Sunday at 3 p.m. In the JWB.
Over twenty-five friends of th*
bride have been Invited.
Arden Kochcr aad Lais
Baumbech Marrl*d this
Afternoon
The Fort Amador Chapel was
the seen* of a pretty wedding
this afternoon at two thirty o'-
clock: when Miss Lois Carolyn
Baumbach became the bride of
Derwood Arden Kocher. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred F. Baumbach of Bal-
boa and the bridegroom's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Rodell
Kocher of Wilkesbarre, Pennsyl-
vania .
Chaplain Ahrendt performed
the ceremony in the presence, of
relatives and friends of the vonng
couple. The traditional wedding
marches were played for the pro-
cessional and recessional by the
chapel organist. 8ft. King. Calla
lilies, ferns and palms decorated
the ohapel.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. Her gown of
em/roldered nylon net and taffe-
ta was made with a fitted bodice,
a small round collar, cap sleeves
and a bouffant, ballerina-length
skirt. She wore a short veil of il-
lusion held in place with a coro-
net of white rose* and agapan-
thus sind her bridal bouquet was
of white roses.
Mis* Susan Hutching*, maid of
honor and th* bride's only at-
tendant, was gowned ih aqua-
marine colored embroidered ny-
lon net with which she carried
yellow roses. She wore a coronet
of the same flowers m her hair.
8gt. Gene Galmeche was best
man.
After the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Baumbach entertained 100
guests at a reception held In the
Fern Room of the Hotel TtvoU.
Hanging baskets of ferns, palms
and white flower* in profusion
decorated the room.
For her daughter's weddine:
Mrs. Baumbach chose a flowered
silk gown In shades of gray. Her
hat was of pink roses and veiling
and she wort a corsage of pink
rosebuds. Assisting at the recep-
tion ware Mrs. Leo Kraiza, sister
of the bride. Mr*, e. Harrington
Gardner. Mrs. a. V. Hutching*
and Mrs. Harry Myers.
The bridegroom is a corporal
with E Troop. 45th Cavalry, now
stationed at Fort Clayton. He and
his bride have gone on a short
wedding trip and will be at home
after June 10 at 537-D, cocoli.
Parti** Manor
Swedish Minuter
The Ambassador of Ecuador to
Panama, Sixto Duran Bailen,
gave a luncheon at Hotel El Pan-
ama yesterday in honor of the
Swedish Minister to Panama.
Ecuador and Colombia, Brynolf
Bug.
teanth Naval District and Mrs
Albart M. Bledsoe and their
house tuesta, Mr. and Mr*. Mar-
tin Arnold of Ban Antonio, Tex-
as, are visitors today at Coco Bo-
lo, where they will attend the
benefit performance this evening
of "Dirty Work at the Cross-
roads."
Mrs. Maore UVWlt
la Nassau
Mrs. s. Scollay Moor* of La
Cresta left early this morning bv
airplane for Nassau where she
will visit her father, Hugh da
Glanvill.
Mia* Barns Honered
at Too
Entertaining for Mia* Betty
Burns of Caracas, Veneiuela,
MUs Sue Core, Miss Claud* Ay-
cock and Miss Elols* Monroe
Save a tea for lOO guests Wednes-
ay at Miss Core's home In An-
coh. Miss Burns, a former teach-
er here, is visiting friends on the
Isthmus on her way from Vene-
zuela to the United States.'
The hostesses were assisted at
the tea by Mrs. E. W. Hatohatt,
Mrs. George Eugene. Mrs. W. G.
Rowe. Mr*. Wilbur Dunscombe,
Mrs. William Shutt, Mrs J.
Hartley Smith. Mrs Nathan Wit-
kln and Miss Katharine Jessup.
To Visit In England
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Doel
and their children, Daphne and
Christopher, are leaving by air-
plane today for New York. They
will all June 15 on the S3 Queen
Mfy to 'P,nd vral months
with relatives in England. Their
elder daughter. Diane, who at-
tends school in England, will be
with them far the summer.

ail I In ill
The Okie's Corner
Last evening the Swedish Con-
sul and Mrs. Carl-Axel Janson en-
tertained 100 guests at a cocktail-
buft'et given in the patio of Hotel
Bl Panama in honor of Minister ;
and Mrs. Eng, who are leaving j
Sunday or Monday for Bogota,
whe/3 they rasid*. Mr. and Mrs.
Eng have spent the past 10 days
in Panama.
Visitors at
Coeo *>)
The commandant of the
Plf-
THTs 18 VOl'B INVITATION TO THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C.I.
SUNDAY June 3, 151
10:41 "THE GREATEST ESSENTIAL Or LIFE" Heb. tilt.
Choir"All .Hall The'Power." SoloMr. Webb Haarn*.
7:10"THE MAONIFICENT STONE FRAGMENT"
Dan. 2:44-45. (Series on Daniel the Prophet).
Ambassadors Quartet. Solo.
Paster WM. BEEBYSpeaker Radio MOXO7*4
From
Scotland
every
precious
Miss Capwell Arriving
for Summer Vacation
Misa Jeanne Capwell is arriv-
ing Tuasday on the SS Cristobal
to spend the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Capwell, In Bella Vista. She ls a
student at Syracuse University.
Mr. and Mrs. Heady
Entertain for Visitara
Mr. and Mrs. j. Everett Hea-
dy g ve a buffet dinner last even-
ing at their home on Balboa
Heights in honor of their house
Juests. Mrs. Joseph M. Tobl of
acksonvllle, Florida and Mrs
Loretta Norvllle of Mobile Ala-
bama, who arrived yesterday for
a visit of two weeks.
Student* Retaining
fram Texas
Miss Molly Francey, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Francey
of Panama, and Miss Jeanne
Truly, daughter of Lt. Colonel
and Mrs. M. H. Truly of Quarry
Height, will arrive tonight by
airplane from Texas where they
are student* at Southern Meth-
odist University. Miss Francey
has completed heir Junior year
and Mia* Truly, her aephomor*
year at the university.
Farmer Isthmian Resident*
Visit Here
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Keller
and their *on hav* arrived frum
New Orlean*. Louisiana for a
visit to Panama and are stopping
at Hotel El Panama. They resid-
ed here 1 years ago when Mr.
Keller was a lieutenant in the
Engineer corps of the United
States Army, stationed at Coro-
Bti.
William t. O. Taylor from the
New York office of Branlff Air-
ways is also registered at Hotel
El Panama.
invitation* Issued for
,ttBigr c,u*f Cemmencesnen
Th* D*an and Faculty of th*
Canal one Junior College have
issued invitation to th* 17th An-
nual Commencement of the Col-
lege which will take place Tues-
day gt 10:30 a.m. in the Ancon
Community Theater.
All Star Clr*l7~
Lnnch*en Wednesday
Mmber* of the All Star Circle
will meet for luncheon Wednes-
day at 1 p.m. at the Scottish Rite
Temple In Balboa.
Let It be said at the outset: "Marian Anderson has return-
ea to h*r native land one of the great insjers of our time!
So wrote Howard Taubman, in the NEW YORK TIMES, after
the memorable concert which established Misa Anderson in her
own country. Last December the singer celebrated the sixteenth
anniversary of that debut. In the years between she has been
honored by governments, universities, Presidents and Kings.
She will sing In Panama on Tuesday, June 1.
winner of the $10,000 Bok Award, the 8oingarn Medal, de-
corations from several foreign countries, and countless other
honors, she U represented in a mural In the Department of the
interior in Washington commemorating her Easter Sundav oon-
cert for 75ww at ,he Lincoln Memorial.
Miss Anderson has sum? twice In the White House, the sec-
ond time tor the royal Kuests from England, King George and
Queen Elizabeth. In the summer of l4tf she returned to Europe
for the Urst time lnce 1938 and appeared before sold-out houses
n eight countries, in Helsinki, after her concert, she was de-
corated by th Finnish Government. Last summer she again
appeared in Europe and also made a triumphal tour of South
America.
Bom in Philadelphia, one of thraa daughters of a modest
family, she early showed signs of extraordinary gifts, slneini in
the church chol.- and frequently filling. In for an absentee, with
the Fund for Marian Anderson's Future," collected by the con-
Rregatlon. she paid for her first lessons. Scholarships from teach-
?,s,fi IP[es*w her future furthered her study until her debut
in 1926 with the New York Philharmonic Symphony.
,fcJ*,T,*1 3Lear later 8he went to Europe In 1930 on a Rosen-
wald Fellowship. Her first concert in Berlin was a modest suc-
cess. But her initial tour of Scandinavian countries proved to
be her first big success.
salaThraveinnlSh comDoser' Sibelius, in whose studio she sang,
"The roof of my house' ls too low for your voice."
The Moscow Art Theatre director, the late Stanislavsky
brought her an armload of white lilacs In mid-winter and bea-
ut, d her to sing in his production of "Carmen."
At the Moaarteum in Salzburg Arturo Toacanlnl w*nt to h*r
"A voice Ilka vours la heard only once In a hundred years,"
Sariier that summer, in Paria, Impressarlo s Hurok heard
htr sine, for the first time. The contract for her return to the
U S was signed the next dav and has been In effect ever since
Acknowledged to be America's beloved "priestess of son*'"
after a struggle for recognition which might have discouraged
a lesser spirit Miss Anderson has Just completad her sevin-
eenth consecutive tour of her native land, honor laden as few
hove been In the history of music. She ls now on the last leg
of her first swing through countries In the Caribbean-Latin Am-
erican orbit.
Marian Anderson, who has become symbol of the United
Slates, comes to Panama on June 19 for a single performance
u,l?d," the auspices of WESTERMAN CONCERTS Her local re-
cital will be staged at the Central Theatre with prices of $5 00
for reserved seats and $4.00 neral admission.
Radio Programs
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Today, Saturday, June t
TM.
3:30Bebop Show
4:00Music for Saturday
4:30What'* Your Favorite
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C:l$Ma*trworka from France
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00-Gay Paris Music Hall
(ROT)
7:80~8LUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15Adventures In History
(VOA)
8:30Opera Concert
9:00Voices of America
9:15The Stamp Club
9:30Battle Report
9:46Sports World and Tun* of
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10:00HOG Hit Parade
10:30Hit Parade (VOA)
11:00The Owl's Nest
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Seminle Warrior's
Bones Wanted Back
On Stamping Ground
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., June 3
(UPi The Florida legislature
made an official plea to South
Carolina yesterday for the return
of Seminle Indian Chief Oiceo-
la's bone* to hia old stamping
ground Florida. ,
The House passed a Senate-
approved resolution asking South
Carolina's Governor and Legisla-
ture to send Oeceola and the his-
torical monuments and tablets
relating to him to Florida. The
famous chief's bones now rest at
Fort Moultrie, B.C.
The great Seminle warrior,
who lea his braves In numerous
forays In Florida against Federal
troops, died In the South Caroli-
ng prison.
CLOSE CALL AT ST. PETER'S
GATE
80UTH DEERFIELD. Mass,
(UPiFrank Wogtkielewlcz llvea
to tell about lt. He escaped seri-
ous injury when his automobile
went out of control and plunged
through the gate at the home of
Nelson St. Peter.
WARNING TO 'CANDT-HOLICS'
BUFFALO. N. Y., (UP)._ The
annual conference of the 8tete
Dental Hygiene Teacher's As-
sociation has been warned that
"lost weekends" extend to chil-
dren a* well as adults with the
exception that children become
"candy-holies."
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A.M.
1:00Sign On and Musical In-
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8:15Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:30Hymns of all Churches
8:00-Slble Auditorium of the
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8:15Good Neighbors
8:30London Studio Melodies
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JO:00In the Tempo of Jazz
10:30American Composers
11:00National Lottery
11:168acred Heart Program
11:30 Meet the Band
13:00Invitation to Learning
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13:30Salt Lake Tabernacle
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1:00The Jo Stafford Show
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1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
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7:00American Round table
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JUNE t, 1951
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The More You Tell ...The Quicker You Sell!
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS

Leave your ad with on* of oar Agents or our Offices
'Minimum tot
-tS words -
3' each additional
Word.
Tor sale
Household
fOR SALE:Westinghouse 9 cu. ft
M oil porcelain refrigerator with unit
5 fluo/onteed, 3 more years; bam-
boo chairs, Colonial Desk; Corner
. Cabinet: Book Case; Vacuum
Cleoner; Westmghouse Roaster;
Chinse Tea Set; Dishes; House-
hold Articles. House 546-C, Sea-
fortliu Avenue, Cocoli.
LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvall A
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K1USKO DE LE88EPS
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BOTICA CARLTON
UW Meieaeea Avt.
I'M Hi COLON
SALON OB BELLEZA AMERICANO
Na. M ea Utt Stoaat
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
M. If ~H" HtMt Paaataaa
Na. U.I7 ChuiI Ara. t.Wa
as
FOR SALE
Automobile
TOR SALE:Refrigerator Westing-
house 9 cu. ft. 25 Cycle, oil
porcelain. $150.00, purchaser may
take possession on June 14th. G.
E. washing machine 25 cycle.
wringer type, used, good condition
$85.00. Purchaser may taka pos-
session June 14th. Electric motor
. 1-4 H. P. 25 cycle $15.00. Small
child's bicycle, $25. Whitt wick-
er toble $600. Other household
cppliances and goods, toys, etc
Co on Beoch 422-B.
TO* SALE:__7 Ft. Westmghouse re-
frigerotor, excellent condition, new
' eppearonce. 25 cycle, $100. 827-
Empire Rood, Balboa. Phone 2-
^ hi4._________________
fiC'i SALE:Thiee month old Norge
\ * wa:hmg machine. 25 cycle and 5
. bamboo shades, Balboo 2-2100.
| FOR SALE-One mahogany dresser
$20.00, one Simmons studio couch,
$50.00. 2 girls 26" bicycles $20.
CO ond $25.00. one small living-
room able Iahogonyl $6.00.
[ Quorters 5C4-B. Curundu Heights.
!* Tel. 83-2137.___________________
SOR SALE:Frigidaie 7.5 good con-
|a dition. Simmons twin metal bed
lj; frames. $$.00. Coil' 2-1432. 863
Rj Erlwprds Ploce. Balboa.
'3RK*4VU.E:Solia mahogany dining
l se/., 7 piece, $175.00. Heywood
f{ Wakefield platform rocker, S4J.-
,[ OQ" 3-woy floor lomp, $15.00.
>| 537-A. Davis St. Dioblo.
IfcoR SALE:9 feet 25 cycle Wejt-
1 inghouse refrigerotor. Porcelain
I f,ni I-- dition. $125.00. Phone Pedro Mi-
ll.; fluel 4-286 after 6 p. m.; 1015-D
S- La Boca. ___
________________.----------------------------------------------- '
_a_,*ALE:Washing machine Ken-
rnof>. 60 cycle lnew> 1950 mo-
del suds saver attachable. Apply
1 1 -A. Margarita Street, New Cris-
P*.___________ -" ______
[ FOR SALE: Custom Built Console,
3 speed chonger, new, all maho-
gany; $300; 20 albums records,
100 mite; Philco refrigerator, good;
6* cu. ft.; rugs, drapes valences,
couch with covera:i to match for
$75.00; 2 end tables $5.00;
double bed Simmons mattress,
* spring $60.00. kitchen tcble $3.-'
' OC. Service for eight Rogers
Silver, never used $60.00; play
pen $5.00, high chair $5.00,
stroller $5.00 1950 Pohtiac Co-
ta'ino, 8,000 miles, 9 months old
w'th rodio; perfect condition, $1.-
8"5.O0. Any time; 474-B, Coco-
NYLQN scat covers for Hudson at re-
duced price at Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE: Chrysler New Yorker
1949, rodlo, leothe upholstery,
oir conditioner, low mileoge, 8175
A, Margarita, Phone 3-2329.
D yy tie rmking B*erea*?
Writ* Alcaheliei Ananymea*
2031 Ana, C, X.
FOR SALE
RliellaUieoi_
Btfor* yey buy USI0 car aaa Mr.
Lasa, be ralli the beat wiad can in
town. AUTOLANDIA 4th. f July
A v.. Na. II. Tal. 2-3115.
FOR SALE:1950 Studebaker. Land
Cruiser, leather upholstery, radio,
excellent condition, priced f o r
quick sal*. Call Balboa. 3425.
FOR SALE:Leovlng. Must sell 1948
Crojley convertible. Good condi-
tion Duty paid. Aportment 2120-
A. Curundu.
FOR SALE:1946 Nosh 4 door Am-
bossodor, leother upholstered. Good
' condition. 2-1432 863 Edwords
Ploce.
FOR SALE: Packard Sedan 1942
model. Radio, elect. Windshield
Wipers, good tires. Phone 3-2561.
FOR SALE:1937 Ford Tudor. Gray
finish. Excellent. 5647-F, Dioblo,
next to tennis court. Alter 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. Bolboo. Phone 2-6314.
FOR SALE:1948 Ford Tudor with
rcdio $900.00 cash. Call 3-1880
Cristobal.
FOR SALE:BARGAIN! Must seil in
a week. Plymouth 49 and Kaiser
49, both, immaculate. Also Koher-
irigj Doudie, concrete mixer, Pan-
ama 2-2064.
FOR SALE:Rocket 88 Oldsmobile,
4 Door, late 1949 Hydromatic, ra-
dio, new tires, heavy bumpers, seat
covers, fan, etc. Priced for imme-
diate ale. Call Curundu 83-6117.
FOR SALE:1946 Hudson Commo-
dore Sedan. 40,000 miles. 17 miles
t-j gal. No oil between changes.
A-l condition. Price $750.00.
Coll 87-5231 or 83-5290.
FOR SALE:Nash Ambassador, 4
door 1940, insured. In good con-
dition. $300.00. Phone 25-3355.
FOR SALE:1947 Chevrolet 4-door
Sedan, excellent condition, $900;
1936 Chevrolet 2-door Cooch, de-'
pendable transportation, $150.
Call P. A. D. 3118. House 551-B,
Curundu Heights.
F( SALE :Hou-ehold goods, in-
irfing Frigidaire, 2203. Rio Abo-
:OR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile "76".
2.-door sedan. New car appear-
ance and performance, Ce Luxe
equipment, seat covers, underrat-
ing new 6-ply Tires, rodio, $1,-
775 with financing available, 510
D, Curundu Hgts.. 83-4232.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SAL6:High oloss oil paints
and enamels. Milaew-proot. S3.25
gallon Tropidur Stores.
FOR SALE:Replacement sealed re-
flection unit, 1950. 25 Cyl. 6
cu. ft. Fngidaire. Call Albrook
6219. ^
FOR SALE:Americon expecting to
return to the States offers for sale
lucrative business, minimum $10,-
000 cosh required. For information
wrl.e Post Office Box 3263 Pan-
amo.
FOR SALE:Breeding hogs, red ond
block, with white stripes. I Hamp-
shire and Duroc Jersey) No. 42,
'b" Ave., Panama.
Mothers, happy, healthy feet starj
in the cradle. Protect b.by's pre-
cious feet with JUMPING-JACK
Shoes, from the cradle to 4 years.
Sold exclusively ot BABYLAND.
No. 40, 44th, Bella Vista. Tel. 3-
1259. (If it's or the Boby, we
hove it"!).
RESORTS
Villiams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric retngera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050; Except weekends.
Phillies. Beach cottages, Santo Clara
Bx number 435. Bolboo. Phane
Poflom* 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
167 a.___________________________
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
Apartments
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Splendid location.
All modern conveniences. bwllo
Vista No. 13. 43rd Street.
FOR SALE:Latest model automatic
ROLLclFLEX CAMERA cose,
sunshade, yeilow filter, flashgun
adjustab.e for ell size bulbs, seme
film, some bulbs. All guaranteed.
$200.00. Also offered Office^s
f-ieid Safe $50.00., Call Bolboo
3.748 or House 613-A Ancon Bou-
levard, near Gas Station.
FOR SALEiShotgun, 12 gauge au-
tomatic pump, $65.00. Phone 36-
318.
FOR SALE:One desk metal, ma-
hogany top. perfect condition. One
hot plate, stoinless, steel new. One
youth bed wtih mottress. Perfeet
condition. Call 2-3720.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
spacious beautiful residence, mod-
ern conveniences. No. 114, I lth
street, Paitil'o. For information
call telephone 2-1456. Panama.
FOR RENT:Spacious house at No.
32. 50th St. i San Martini, three
bedrooms, two bothrooms. partly
air-conditioned, completely fur-
nished ond equipped for four
ond a half months frorp June 4th.
Telephone 3-0444.
FOR RENTiWell furnished house,
garden, hot water, July ond August.
Near Poitillo Airport. Reasonable
price. Tel. 3-2045 7.00 o. m.
1 p. m. 7 p. m.
FOR RENT:Furnished aportment
201 I Melendez Ave. Apply Balm
6029. fajlboa Ave. Colon, phone
475-J or 517-J after 6:30 p. m.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
apartment, two bedrooms, lorge
kitchen, all utilities ond utensils,
COOL. Two months only. July and
August. Reasonable. Phone Pan.
2-1264, 7 a. m. to 4,00 p. m.
Evenings 3-3010 Mr. Powell.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
hall, 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 Panama 3-4038 or
Bolboo 2461.
FOR RENT:Unfurnished, 2 bed-
room apartment, diningroom and
parlor. Servant-room, all screened,
hot water Installation; garage,
$125.00. 41 St. No. 37, Camilo
A. Porras. Tel. 3-0434.
FOR RENTNicely furnished apart-
ment including electric Refriger-
ator, porch. Parlor Diningroom.
Bedroom, Kitchen, Sanitory Service,
Garage. Tiled. All screened. $50-
00. Inquire 112 Vlq Belisorio
Porras near SAS Store.
FOR RENT:Ample ond comfortable
aportment. two bedrooms ond {jar-
age. 69 Mexico Ave. near Cole-
gio Maria Inmoculado. Informa-
tion from 10-11 a. m. ond 3-6 p.
m.
ANNOUNCEMENT
To reCuUr users of
WELDWOOD GLUE
Our Ions-delayed shipment
HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Now available, for the first
time In Panam, jn
3'- os. to 25 pound tins.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Aye. Tel. 3-0140
TOTS FROM THE ALBROOK NURSERT were the guests yesterday of Albrook's 776th Air
Force Bandit theirrehearsal. Here your.* Tony Pen-one. uueat conductor, leads the band
whUe fhe chJldren l?er! appreciatively to the music. Tours o Albrook Air Force Base acti-
vities are part ol the nursery children's training. ------------------
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Tee CUSHIONS SI.IP-COVKKS ana
f-llPHOLSTlRING call u, via
at bow-room Cuilom twill furnl-
*_ rabeles, rree Estlmatm. HA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTKRY (A. Here) J
f. la Ojia No. 77 (Auto Raw)
New Telephone S-i?S.
MCA CAMERAS
Model II1F Synchronised
LEN8ES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plasa S de Mayo
Panama, R P.
FC.: SALE:25 Cycle washing mo-
line' motor, $15. Call Bolboa
;489.
FOR SALE:Bamboo settees, choirs,
tobies; mahogany diningroom set;
desks, dressers, lamps, drapes; up-
right piono with excellent tone;
60-cycle G. E. Woshei; choir-
side Mognavox rad;o-phonogroph,
78 ond 33 R.P M.; vacuum clean-
er; White electnc sewir.g ma-
chine, gcrden chairs, lawn mower,
tools, miscellaneous household ar-
ticles; all reasonably priced. House
551-B, Curundu Heights, Tel. P.
A. D. 3118.
fOR SALE: One Dodge two door
sedan, one Chryler four door se-
dan, bath 1936. Good condition,
$150.00 eoch. La Boca rood 902
Apt. C, Tel. 2-1942.
*OR SALE:Mahogany China cobi-
nef. 566 Ancon Boulevard. San
Juan Ploce.
VlUST SELL TODAY! 25 Cycle Refri-
gerator 550, small mohagony
tablet, kitchen items, pillcw,
smoll RCA Radio S20. 0440-L.
Ancon. Phone 2-3178.
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmobile 6, 4-
door sedan, duty paid, like new,
excellent running, low mileoge.
plostic seat covers. f:nance avail-
able. SI.575.00. Good mileage en
gj?. Call 3-1571 Cristobal. House
147-B, 8th. St. Nw Cristobal.
FOR SALE
Real EnUite
FOR SALE:Bargoin, a lot of land
clean and level in El Valle. 5365
sq. m. Tel. 2-1112.'Panama. I
#OR SALE:Washing machine, 2
wicker rockers, nest of table I Rat-
ton) Maple bedrccm set. Venet-
ian blinds. Kitchen cabinet. Bed
frame. Gross rug. Ho'jse 32 New
Cristobal. Phone 3-1739.
FOR SALE:Bomboo table I round
with gloss top) $20.00. 4 smoll
bomboo chairs. $10 eoch. Pair end
tobies, mchogany, $10.00. 2030-
D. Curundu.
EXPERT
sorcC
lUBRICATIOn
WITH FACTORY-APPROVfD
LUBRICANTS
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc.
AUTOMOBILE ROW
Panam.
SWEET HOME
only the best Is Rood
enough. We offer you
the very best In
Construction Material,
Lumber,
SHERWIN WILLIAM
PAINTS
and everything you need
for that Important Job.
S3 North Art. Tel. 2-M1S
No. 3 Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424
FOR RENT2 bedroom rock cottage
Lefevre Pork. Tel. P. A. D. 6140.
for information.
FOR RENT:Modern chalet. 3 bed-
rooms, overlooking Golf Club, La
Carrasquilla, $90.00 monthly. Mi-
guel Hive, phone 3-2145:
FOR RENT:2 bedroom cholat with
moid's room ond garoge.' Corner at
EYIisarlo Porras and 13th St. Call
2-1757 from 5:30 to 8:30 p. m.
FOR RENT:Chalet 4 bedrooms,
two bathrooms, living-diningroom.
big yord and garage. I Oth St. No
31. Paitillo l entrance Vld B.-.-
sario Porras). For information 33st,
No. 22, phone 3-3318. Panom.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:36 ft. Wheeltr. Stock
cruiser, Chrysler powered. Luxuri-
ous sleeping occommodotions for
2 in forecostles, 4 In beautifully
arranged deck cabin, completely
screened. Large galley, privte
toilet ond washroom, full length
hanging closet. 6 ft. 6 in. head-
room throughout. Lorge comfort-
able cockpit. Latge storage space
for ce. water, ond gos. Numerous
cabinets. In excellent condition,
fully equipped and many extras,
and ready to go. Con be seen ot
Gamboa Boat Club all day Wed-
nesday Saturday end Sunday er
by oppointment. Phone 83-4295.
FOR SALE :^Sollboot. length 12 ft.
equipment complete, Marconi Rig-
ged, spruce most, stainless steel
centercoard. 2-wheeled carrier,
$175.00. Colon Beoch 422-8.
FOR RENT: In Folio Visto. Son
Martin Avenue No. 6.- Upstoirs
aportment. entire floor, completely
furnished: lorge porch with bor,
livingroom. diningroom, 3 bed-
rooms, office, large bathroom. For
information inquire bottom floor.
"OR RENT: (ooutiful aportment,
furnished, hot water, telephone,
garage, bathroom, 2 bedrooms, liv-
ingroom, diningroom. Residential
ection, Peru Avenue. Tplephone
3-3215,
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment, foclng ocean, completely
furnished. Coll Uruguay No. 2.
Apply telephone 2-3369 office
hours.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished one or
two bedroom opartment without
children. Nice location, cool and
quiet. No. 82, Belisarie Porras
Road.
FOR RENT:Aportment On '4th of
July Avenue No. 21 "El Sol.'
For information inquire. In base-
ment.
FOR RENT:Furnished corner opart-
ment for bachelor, big __ balcony,
very cool, one bedroom, kitchen,
both. Frigidaire. No. 2. 47th St.
Telephone 3-1648.
FCR RENT:Apartment, livingroom,
diningroom, bedroom, garage. No.
27. 46:h Street. For information
inquire Apt. 8. '
FOR RENT:Aportment, sitting-din-
ing room, 2 bedrooms, completely
furnished, gas stove and refriger-
otor. completely independent. Bella
Vista, 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT
Room
RADI0EAR
Trouble Free Hearing Aids
with a lifetime
guaranteed microphone!
Ask far a Free
Demonstration at your
FILLER BRUSH-
ELECTROLUX
Distributor
It "J" St. (near Ancon P.O.)
Tel. Panam. 2-2386 2-3265
Judy Copln Spy Conviction
Upheld By Washington Court
By Lee Nichols I
The U. S. Court of Appeals,
yesterday upheld the Washing-
ton espionage conviction of Jud- I
ith Copln but left open the
way for the former Justice De- j
partment employe to seek a,
new trial.
The Appeals Court affirmed]
the 29-year-old ex-government
girl's conviction on charges of
stealing secret government
documents.
In an unusual step, however,
It approved a hearing on her
complaint that "the govern-
ment listened through a wire
tapping device to her telephone
conversations with her attorney
before the trial and while It
was going on."
If the claims are true, the
Appellate Court said Miss Cop-
lol should be awarded a new
trial In the Federal District
Court. The Government has ad-
mitted that the ex-O-glrl's
phone Wires were tapped by the
BI. but claimed It was not Il-
legal because the information
gained was not used as evidence
against her.
Miss Coplon's second convic-
tion in New York, on charges
of spying for Soviet Russia in
collaboration with Soviet en-
gineer Valentin Gubltchev, al-
ready has been reversed by the
O. S. Appeals Court in New
York.
The New York court said Miss
Coplon's guilt was plain, but
declared she was arrested Ille-
gally without a warrant. Thus,
it said, documents taken from
her at the time of her arrest
also were seized illegally.
The Mew York court also held
that the Government had fail-
ed to prove that wiretaps by
the FBI did not "lead" to any
part of the evidence onwhlch
she was convicted.
The appellate judges in New
York suggested a new trial for
the one-time Justice Depart-
ment analyst. But the Govern-
ment Instead has appealed the
decision to the Supreme Court.
The High Court has been a-
waiting the District of Colum-
bia Appeals Court ruling before
deciding the appeal.
Discussing the New York
court's claim that Miss Copln
was illegally arrested, Circuit
Judge Wilbur K. Miller said
here yesterday that Congress
did not intend to make an FBI
agent "powerless to act when
a felony is committed before
his eyes, although Is univer-
sally held or provided that a
private person may arrest a
felon observed In the commis-
sion of his crime."
On that basis, he said, her
arrest on March 4, 1949, and
search of her purse for docu-
ments was legal.
Yesterday's decision was
handed down by Miller and Ap-
pellate Judges E. Barrett Pret-
tyman apd James M. Proctor.
Prettyman agreed with Miller
but Proctor said there Is no
justification for another tria..
"Precious though the right v
aid of counsel may be as a
safeguard to life and liberty."
Proctor said, "It is not a fetish
to be worshipped blindly."
Following the New York rul-
ing. Congress passed new legis-
lation empowering FBI agents
to make arrests without war-
rants in cases Involving sus-
pected espionage, sabotage or
other threats to national secur-
ity. This was* specifically aimed
at preventing future difficul-
ties similar to those in thf
Copln case.
The District of Columbia Ap-
peals Court decision is in direct
conflict with the New York
ruling. It was considered almost
certain the Supreme Cour
eventually would have to rul
on the case, whether or no*
Miss Coplln la granted a ne
trial.
ROLLEIFLEX
CONTAX
POLAROID
Land CAMERA
Below U.S. Prices.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
FCR SALE;Onon light plont 2,000
watts 60 cycles 110 volts. Moster
electric motor, volts I 15-230. Co-
lon 1283-J.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, with
gos ond Frigidolre. No. 7. 4th of
July Ave.
LESSONS
Learn poise, grace, balance end self
' confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, address, phone at
desk Balboa YMCA er Box 106.
Balboa. Homett & Cunn.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Remero
wenderful conversotionel system.
Estudionte St. 77-A.
FOR RENT:Furnished roam, inde-
pendent, cool, nice view, with or
without board, suitoble for couple
or consulcte office, Bella Visto,
48th Street No. 7.
Help Wonted
WANTED:Good cook. Must wosh
clothes. For two people only. Ap-
ply to Veneiuelo St. No. 10. up-
stairs offer I p. m.
WANTED:Maid for housework and
loundry. 5648 G Diabla, Cenol
Zene.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 TlvoU Ave. Apt. 1
Tel. 2-33*7
HOl'RS: Monday thru Friday
9 to 12 1.01.
Monday, WednMday, Thursday
( te S p.m.
Saturday Sam. to 1 p.m.
DC-3 Arrives In Ravine
At Columbus Airport
COLUMBU8. Ga.. June 2 (UP>
An Eastern Air Lines DC-3
plunged off the airport runway
Into a small ravine here today,
shaking up but not Injuring the
15 persons aboard.
The plane overshot the runway
in landing on a flight from At-
lanta.
Pepto-
Bismol
WnnteH Position
WANTED:White- women experi-
ence in coring for children, des re?
irh os baby sitter. Curundu 86-
6228.
WANTED:Responsible experienced
woman to toke charge of apart-
ment end child. Cooking essential.
Apply Saturday ond Sunday. Fede-
rico Boyd, Mirodor Building Apt
I.
Mrs, Demers Given
$10 Cash by Canal
For Saving of $352
Mrs. Rosalie A. Demers, Ac-
counting Cleric In the Finance
Bureau,-received a cash award or.
$10 for an employe suggestion
concerning Commissary invento-
ry procedures wnic'n is estimated
to represent a saving ot $362 to
tne canal-Railroad organization.
The award was presented to
Mrs. Demers Friday In a short
ceremony In which Arnold Bruck-
ner; Finance Director, expressed
the appreciation of the Canal-
Railroad lor her suggestion in the
Interest of increased efficiency in
the annual Commissary inven-
tory- ^
Her suggestion proposed the
elimination of auditor's Initials
on every tag In extending Inven-
tory tags on stock, a change es-
tlmatea to represent a saving of
225-man hours in the annual in-
ventory, and a minor cnange in
the form of tne inventory tags,
designed to save additional time.
Mrs. Demers has been employ-
ed In the manee Bureau since
jury 1941, soon alter she came to
the Isthmus from New York City.
she has served as operative anu
accounting clerk throughout her
v-anal service.
A leiei i.wsA the Finance Di-
rector to the winner of the em-
ploye suggestion award stated:
"Tne Interest and Initiative you
have demonstrated in submlu.
taese suggestions lor Improved
procedures are indeed commend-
able, and your efforts in the mat-
ter are greatly appreciated."
Lt. Cov. Leaves
For Short Trip
To Washington
Lieutenant Governor Herbert
D. Vogel left the Isthmus Friday
night by air for the United
States.
He plans to visit his son. Cadet
Herbert Vogel, Jr^ at the Mili-
tary Academy at west Point, and
will spend a few days on official
business In the Washington Of-
fice of Th: Panam Canal.
The Lieutenant Governor will
return to the Isthmus In about
a week.
Building Division
Sees Own Crates As
Employes Return
Building Division personnel
In charge of crating and uncrat-
ing household goods of Canal-
Railroad employes leaving or
coming to the Isthmus have
had four opportunities recently
to examine their own handi-
work.
During the uncrating of the
household goods for fbur em-
ployes who recently returned to
the Canal service, the men in
charge recognized their own
work. Upon examination, lt was
found that the goods had never
been uncrated. One o the em-
ployes had stored his household
effects on the Isthmus after re-
signing to return to the States,
but all of the others had ship-
ped their belongings to the
States. The material had not
been uncrated and only the
shipping tags had to be changed
upon their return.
One of the employes resigned
from the Canal service in Sep-
tember 1949 and the other three
left the service during the first
part of 1950.
Building Division personnel
were given no reasons why the
goods had not been uncrated
but they assumed that the ex-
emploves had difficulty In find-
in places to live or otherwise
failed to stablish permanent
residences durtnsr the mnnths
thev were away from the Isth-
mus.
26th VFW Meeting
Scheduled Sunday
Governor Francis K. Newcom-
er, Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
soe, Commandant, 15th Naval
District: Brig, Gen. Emil C. Kiel,
Commanding General. Caribbean
Air Command, and Brig. Gen.
Francis A. March. Chief of Staff.
. S. Armv Caribbean, will be
among the honored gusts at the
New Ruahine Due
To Transit Monday
On Maiden Voyage
A streamlined passenger
ship. Ruahine, owned by the
New Zealand Shipping Com-
Sany win transit the Canal
londay on her maiden voyage,
en route to Wellington.
She bears the name of an
older ship that frequently
passed through the Canal, and
is a sister ship of the R*ngi
toto and Rangitane.
The Ruahine, which acco-
modates over 400 passengers,
is booked to capacity. Norton
Lilly and Co., are the local
agents.
Late Sgt. Morrison's
Kin Being Sought
In Sacramento
Funeral arrangements for SgU
Wilev Morrison who died Friday
in Gorgas depend upon an In-
quiry sent to his mother In" Sa-
cramento, California.
An eight-year old letter with
her address was found In Sgt.
Morrison's room at the YMCA
where he had llverd for manr
years, and presented the first
clue to the whereabouts of
close relative.
Sgt. Morrison was 71 years old,
a retired Army First Sergenat
Director of the YMCA stated,
would be announced as soon a
definite word would be received
from California.______________
28th annual VFW encampment
at the Tivoll Hotel tomorrow at
10 aJn. __ ,
Brig. Gen. Robert L. Howze will
be the principal speaker.
An election of officers will b
held.
Florida Orders Adult
Eye On Sharpshootlets
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 2,
(UP) A bill prohibiting chil-
dren under 16 years of age from
firing air rifles. "B.B.- guns or
,2J caliber rifles except under the
supervision of an adult cleared
the Florida legislature yesterday.
The House passed the Senate-
approved measure by a 38-to 30
vote after a lively 45-minute de-
bate.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIII NEWSPAPER
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KNGLERRIGHT-DUNN
ENOAOEMaWT ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mr. Theodore E. Enrlebrlf bt of Margarita ha?
Bnounota the tBnfWWt ef their afhter, Derothy, te
Mr. James Edward Dim, ef Redman, hb ef Mr. and Mr.
Jane Dann, ( lorn, Gears la.
Mist EnrUerUht u barn an tba Isthmus and radnatad
frem CrhteSal Ul|b Schosl with the claw ef llSf. Sha U
naw employ*! by tba V. S. Navy at Itadman.
Mr. and Mr. La PorU
Mata Heuaewamlaj
Mr. ad Mr. Robert La Porta,
whoaa weddlne; on May 11 wa o
inttreit to a wide olrolt of friends,
entertained with a housewarm-
lng t their new home In Cristo-
bal, hut evening.
A buffet supper waa served
from a table centered with blut
hydrangeaa and yellow carna-
tions and flanked by yellow tap-
ers In silver holders.
The guests were: Captain and
Mm, John Fahnestoek, Mr. and
Mr. Jot White, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Munyan, Lt. and Mrs. Oaddii
Wall, Mr. and Mr. Herbert Pe-
terson, Mr. Walter Peterson, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Hunnlcutt, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. Cyril de Lapp, Mr. and Mr.
Charles Smith. Dr. and Mrs.
farry Dowell, Captain and Mrs.
rederich Haseloff, Mr. and:Mrs.
Ruben Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Berger, Dr. and Mrs. Frank E.
Rleikohl, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Munyan, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Hamilton, Mr. and Mr. Michael
Par me tor, Mr. and Mr. Robert
Geddes, Mr. and Mr. Julio Do-
mnguez, Mile Patricia Geddes,
Mlw Olorla Hall, Mr. John Fhres
and Mr. George Floras.
Dinner Party
for Mr. and Mr. Puller
Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Puller
were honored with a dinner par-
ty given Thursday evening by Mr.
and Mr. John Kernlek at tlvlr
Braaos Brook home.
The other guests were: Mr. and
Mr. Stanley Kldd and Mr. and
Mr*. Marcel Orlngotre.
Mr, and Mrs, Puller are leav-
ing for a States vacation.
Mr. Compton Honored
By Associates
At the elose of business Thura-
day. the mttnbers of the Custom's
Office honored Mr. William Tay-
lor Compton who l* retiring from
the Custom' Bureau and sailing
on June 18 to make hi home in
the states.
Mr, John Olancey, on behalf of
Mr. Compton's associate, pre-
sented the honorte a Bulova, 31
Jewel wrist watch, whloh waj
sultably engraved,
Mr, James Marshall and Mr.
John McNamara. ehlef and as-
sistant chief of the Cuitorru Bu-
reau were over from Balboa
the occasion.
for
Attending Cocktail Party
at Hotel El Panama
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ad-
ams, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ray-
mond and Mrs. James Piala at-
tended the cocktail party at the
Hotel El Panama given by Mr.
Carl A. Jahaon of Elliott and
Company, last evening.
Farewell Party
pick Tateltnan waa hoat for a
dinner party given at the home
of his parents, Judge and Mrs.
E. I. P. Tat el man, Wednesday
tvtnlng, for Harry Compton and
Tommy Frey. Both boy are leav-
ing with their families to make
their homes In the States.
The other dinner guest were
Jimmy Wilson and Jimmy Doyle.
After dinner the group attended
the moving picture.
Announcement of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mc-
Oann of Coco Slito announce
the birth of their first son, and
third child at the Colon Hospital
on Thursday, May 31.
Mr. McOann Is employed at
the Ooeo Solo Naval Hospital.
Services at American Episcopal
Church of Our Saviour
The Rt. Rev. R. Htbtr Ooodtn.
8.T.D., Bishop of the Panama-
Canal Zone, will celebrate holy
communion and preach at the
American Episcopal Church of
Our saviour at H:00 a.m. Sunday
June I. The pastor. Rev. Milton
A. COOluon has been called for
two weeks training at the Coco
Solo Naval Station.
The 7:30 a.m. communion will
be celebrated by the pastor.
Cub Pack One
Closes Year's Work
Cub Pack One held its last pack
meeting until September, Thurs-
day, at the Cub ahaok in Marga-
rita. Mr. W. R- Prlee, chairman
of Council 801 inspected the Pack
and gave them a rating of 99.94,
Mr, >rtce also awarded the rib-
bons which wtre won at the rt-
oent field meet.
Mr. Charles Bath, cubmaster,
rtetlved the proficiency ribbon.
Den Two received a red ribbon
for completing, atven out of 13
events properly. Den One and
Four received the blue ribbon for
completing 10 out of It event.
cJor uour next dinner party,
diipiay our gaetf tmttr proudly SEKVt.
SPARKLING RHEING0LD
its sparkling, rich flavor will
delight the palate.. .your guests
will appreciate the compliment!
New Speoially Priced.
CIA. DORS ULLRICH, i.A.
Colon and Panam.
ANGELIM Panama
PANAMA CANAL CLUBHOUSES
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f/loaday J\t cfhe
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cjneak Preview
g.oo (P. T/l Snow
xS\ surprise showing of one of the
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One Sxhihition Gnly
Den Three, however, received the
president's award, the red. white
ad blue ribbon for completing
of th events. This is the only
Den on the Isthmus to reoelve
thi award. The Den mother 1
Mrs. Charle lath.
The following awards were pre-
sented by Mr. Bath: Bear Badge
Tommy Cunningham; Lion
Badge to Ra-#dy Deaklns and
Waldo Gillie; Lion Gold and sil-
ver arrow to Rlcki Bath; Lion
gold and two liver arrows to Joe
The theme for May waa "In-
dians." Each den gave a skit de-
pleting some subject related to
this topic. The Pipe of Peace waa
Den One's skit: Dens Two and
Three portrayed John Smith and
Pooahonta and Den Four put on
"The Magic Arrow."
Encircling the campflre with
their ehlef. the Indians received
two bobcats Into the Pack, they
wtre Roddy Brayton and Robert
Rathgeber. The meeting closed
with the singing of "Smile
Awhile."
The Den mothers who were
present Included: Mrs. Carl Newr
hard, Mrs, Ross Cunningham.
Mrs. Ann Damiaml, Mrs. George
Wtrta and Mr. Roy Htarne.
ISTHMI/NDATA
Birth
COLLINS, Mr. and Mrs. Eve-
lyn ., a daughter, May 28 at Co-
lon Hospital.
MoFARLANE. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph J, of Sliver City, a son, May
38 at Colon Hospital.
ELLIOTT, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
of Gamboa, a son, May 99 at
Porgas Hospital.
OVERCAST. Sgt. and Mrt.
Frank, of Albrook, a daughter,
May 39 at Gorgas Hospital.
HAJNING, Mr. and Mrs. Ros-
coe of New Cristobal, a daughter,
May 29 at Colon Hospital.
KIRTON, Mr. and Mrs. George
S. of Gatun, a daughter, May 30
at Colon Hospital.
KNIGHT. Mr. and Mrs. Roger
of Panama, a daughter. May 30
at Oorgas Hospital.
FITZ, Lt. and Mrs. H. C. of
Ft. Knbbe, a daughter, May 30 at
Gorgu Hospital,
GRAHAM, Lt. and Mrs. G. F.
of Dli#\>lo, a on. May 30 at Oor-
gas Htspltal.
Marriage Mense
HALL, Russell Coy, 39, of Fort
Kobbe, f i merly of Murphy. NC.
to Campbell, Anita Claire, M.
of Balboa, formerly of Trenton.
NJ.
tait, Claude Roger, 94. of Pa-
nama, to JOHNSON, Pauline Lo-
renaa, 19, of Red Tank.
Deaths
RIVERA, Jose J., 64, of San
Francisco and Panama, May 39
at Oorgas Hospital.
DELVALLE. Motaes. H. of Pan-
ama, May 29 at Oorgas Hospital.
OOULD, Samuel L., 59, of Co-
lon, May 29 at Colon Hospital.
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flit PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JNI t, IN
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Seventh Day
Adventist
faciflc Side ....
Cat Verde, Panama City. Ho. J J. A.
Mvllard; Pansm City No. 2 Jamaica
Society Hell (Sabbath Service, only);
Adelphua Lswos, Chorrillo. P. A Henry.
Kin Abalo. C. D. Abrahams; Gamboa. A.
A/Briiile. and Spanish at Church. I-
dueido Rulloua
Atlantic Side ^^
Colon Third Street. Joseph Bryan: Cru-
tokal gnallsh New Church. . A. Cruck-
ahank; Cristobal Spanish Ch**rch. B J-
SSon. (No Sunday n|grit service at
present, i _____
Sabbath achool each church Saturday
tSO a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night eervlce at all churches eaeept
otherwise Indicated. ^^^^^^^^^
Union Churches
Where all Protestants cooperate with
nil. b eeaenllsls, liberty !"
aaseullals and charity In all things
THX ATLANTIC S1D1
The Rev PhUUp Havener. Pasto.
10:45eWornhip servlca and Church-tune
^SPyousU Peoples UeeUng.
Th"lUv. J. William L. Graham. Pastor
Phone 5-365. ------ mitu
t:00 8 JO Broadcast on HOK: HP5K
and HON.
8:45 Sunday Sctiool.
11:00 Worship Servlca.
5 00 Christian Endeavor.
"tMv. Henry aV-1. *-*-
Phone 3-1488.
?Wor*^lc..ntl Church-time
"^S^uPyou fellowship
THI PACiriC SIDI
*"'looa Hoad at San PaoloStxeet
v. Alexander Shaw. Plor
aJwne 2-1486. Ofc. Phone 2-3236
Tcnurch School rree ou rye.
10 Worship ervlce and Church-Urn.
nursery
10:30 oum Congregation
SOU Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowsni
gloo Post HI f>'<>w',h^> s-,,.-
T:30 Service "Centered On Son.
C B?J. Roao and St rhoma Ave^
6:00 am. Sunday School Tree bus. tn
Rousseau and Cocall.
"A^rvrce. m rT^^iiffiS
The Hev Raymond A Gray. Minister
Phone 6-130
:u0 Sunday ScnuoL
1:36 Worship ervlce
Pedio Miguel ,
:30 Church School
10 45 Divine Worship.
7 JO Evening Vesper
Unitarian

iRh
uNiTAetlAN
socurrv
1U.3I' a m
jWB Armas
r'orra Sarvice
ente Llorar
Balboa. C.Z
Vnur Invitation
u> Ubaral
religion
n >
Bptist
H...IIHNAI D..*!> cMLKCHfc
P,"" Bapitsi. Pr->e. "". _?
a.n> Ulvine Service. 8:30 am Divine hei-
vice 7:15 p-nl and Serving ol The Lord I
Supper at both Service. Sunday School
1:00 ii m
kteyo Baptist. La Boca. C L.. Divine
Serv.'ce 11:00 mm. and 7 JO p.m. Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Service Sun-
day School al 3:00 p-m. Jt '
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva. C .Divine
Service 1100 ni Sundav School el
1:09 am
Gamooa. C.Z. Divuie Service at 11 :lk>
e.'in and 7J0 o-m with Sundav School
at 3 00 u in
ic Aoaio RJ*. Sunoa School at
6:00 om_____________________________
COC'OLI BAPTIST tlllKlH
Building 305. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday __ _
Sunday School............ * ">
Preaching Servicas ........ 10.45 a-m
Training Union ............ SS 9_
Preachlng Services .......^7L_,
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. *.{>?*!
Midweek Prayer Service '> ever\
Hondav evenlne
&**&
HUM MAP-IIS'I llllMll
Balboa Heights. C
27 Ancn Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
PUone Balboa 1727
"Tim Church away Iron
with a welcome lust as friendly
William H. Becky Pastvt
Sunday Scnuol............. :30 am
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m
Baptist Training Union .... 6JO pm
Evangelistic Service........ 7:30 pm
W.M.S Bible Study
aiery Wednesday) ........ l-JMl om
n's Brotherhood
(Lasf Monday in monthly. 7:JC pm
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev. Fred L. Jones. Pastor
"Year Invitation Ta Warship**
isle School .............. :4 ai
'orsh'.p .................. 11:00 a.m
Training Union ............ 5:30 pm
Warahlp .................... _ Pm
Prayer Meeting (Thurs I .. 7:30 pm
^ u --------
Churches ol Hi* many taiths in Hm Canal Zone, and the
fsrminol cities a Panama and C.lon, Republic el ronoma, ex-
tend welcome at all limes t* man and woman ol the armad
services, and I civilian neighbors, (riends and strangers.
Aa a public service, the Panama American lists below, by
daneminetiant, netkes el Bear el wenhle and ether regular e-
Listings al larger deneminotions ore in alphabetical order,
which is related Irons timo to time. Denominations having only
one or two eenflrefsrHeM ore listed under "Other Churches And
Servket." A special listing hi included lor services et Army posts,
Air Force bate, and Novel atetient.
Ministers, ehorch secretorio end chaploms ara asked to n*-
lerm the news desk by Wednesdey noon ot the latest el any
changes lor the eemkif Saturday's church page.
Canal Zone Council ot Catholic Nurse.
every 2nd and h Thursday 7 JO p-m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM
Sunday Masses: 7. 8 and 10:30 ajn
Weekday Mam: 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School alter the 8 o'clock Mas
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
Hnlidav Majaes: 6 and 8am
ConfloSTRosary, nightly 7:00 p.m.
Monday 6 and 7 pm.
(MMACIIATK CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tumelty CM.
Mlraculoua Medal Novena service.
First rrldays, Confessions. Communion
Sunday Mass 8:00 a.m.
Weekday Manes. Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 am.
Holiday Mas 1:00 ajn.
Mont'ay 7:00 p.m.
SBUSftSS&i to I* o.m
l,"CH(?,,nc2iuVn,NF?irPAL
K" Street. Panama City
Masses. Sunday 6 a.m (high mam),
1:30 am Sunday school MMad by
Maryknoll Sisters, alter the second learn.
Weekday M- Holiday 6 and 8:S0
' Conlesslon Saturday. 3:30 to 5 o.m
"rtvenins Devoliona. Rosarv each day
at 7 pm.. Miraculous Medaf Novena at
; p.m Friday; convert clase 7 30 om
Monday and Thursday
Catheclam Clan 10 43 to 1145 a.m
Sunday
Benediction I OPjn
Holy Day Mas a:00 a.m
COCO BOLITO rL**"
Pastor. Rev Wm J Finn 0_.
Sunday Mam ............. is !2
Holy Day Mam ............ J am
Sunday School ......... :**!"
Service Thursday night .. 7 46 om
Conlexsinn before Ma
CHURCH OF ThThOL* FAMH.T
Margarita. C.Z.
Rev William J firm CM
Mam.......-__...... "
ST. JOSEPH CHUKCH
Colon, lath and Broadway
fastor. Rev. J Raymon Mchate C.M
Assistant. Rev George Browne. CM
unilav IBmam ___ 6:45 t:00 am
Wk*y Mwsl .... 5:46 6:30 am
R^feliy -lamo. .5:45 1:00 an.
Baptisms Sunday...... 4.00 o m
Miraculous Modal Novena service ever
Wednesday at ill end ItM P~ _u.
Novena of the Sacred Heart. Friday
''SafiejaM Saturday i '' '
0JH
Sunday School, aw- pm
Instructions for adults seeking now
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon
d^n"da,v.T:3l,rn.^nSchDsrohonJ with
M pm.-Vouth Fellowship Subleet
for conlderUon: "The Captain of The
Gum.' Installation of Newlv Selected
Officers
ST VINCENTS CHUKCH
Silver City C.Z
Pbjiui Rev Raymond Lewi <- M.
Sunday Masse 5:45 and 8M am
Weekday Mass ........... I am
Holy Day Masse .. 5:30 and 6:30 am
Sunday School .......... 11:00 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
fliesday 7.00 p.m *_,_
Baptisms Sunday .. * P-.
Confeaslop Saturday 30 to 5:00: 7.00
10 8:00 p.m __.
Imtructlons toi adult rumdav. Fri
dav- 730 om .
OUR LAUV O GOOD COUNSEl
aamboa. C.Z
Pastoi Rev Charles Jacobs t-M
Sunday Masse 7:00 and 8 30 am
Weekdav Masse Wednesdav etc :0n
Holy Day Manes 6:45 6JO am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
rueaday 7:00 p.m
Secret Heart Novena serylce. Ftidav
1:00 pm
Confessions Saturday :00 o.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks I
Putoi. Rev John Tumelty C.M
Sundav Mnsa 6:45 a.m __..
Weekdav Masse. Tuesday and Frldav
6:00 am
Holy Day Man 6I a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fr)
day 7:15 p.m
Confession Saturday 1 to 8 o ro
CHURCH Ot THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel, CX.
Sunday Mam .............. ,!_ !'m
Catecnism Clam........... 1*"
Red Tank Catechism Clam .. _**"
Benediction............... 70 om
PARASO CX. (Lede Hall)
Sunday Mam.............!_._
Catechism Clan Sunday -. 1030 sm
Catholic
(LHtea Detuw ere the Catholic Churcne
ka the Canal Zone and those In the ter-
minal esUcs of Panam and Coln whose
euflgregaUoiK are primarily Engli-h-
apaakrng Besides these, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
aaocuUte Conception In Colon, and num-
erous parish churches In both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, thouith
tnmr congregation are orimsrlly Span*
Mf-speaklng )
ST MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa. C.Z.
Minn: 640. 8:00. 8:00. 10:00
_ ajn.
lotion Sunday. 5:00 p.m
entile
SACKD HEART CHAPEL. AncM, CZ
Anton Boulevard. Phone 2-6343
Sunday Mames: 6:08. 7:30 e. 30 am
KVbn: 6:00 am
Holiday Massm: 6:00. 1J0 s ro ano
12Benediction Friday 190 pm
Confaaelona Thursday before the in
Friday. 7:60 to 8:00 pro ._
Every Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 o m 7*0
go 6*0 p n
Cethechk Clem. Orade School Child
ron: Prldny 3 15 p.m
tody Club High School Student
Wednesdav 6-SO pjn
Ced!in Meeting Tuesday 30 pm
ST THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoll. C.Z
Sunday Maaa .............. I! m
llolv Day Man .......
JO am
CATHOLIC CHURCH. Ceruada, C.Z
Sunday Man ..........------ l_ ">
Catechism Clam Thursday ..3:30 p.m
ST JOHN flRs BAPTIST Dfc LA SALLt
Rio Abalo. Panama
Sunday Man .............. : m
Holy Day Man........... 7 JO a.m
Benediction Sunday........ 7:00 pm
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
first Church ol Christ, Scientist- Ancoi
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00. Wednesdav 8:00 om
Sundav School 8:30 a.m
first Church el Christ, scientist, trtstehai
13th Street & Bolivar Highway
Sunday ll:00a.m Wednesday 7:30 om
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
Ckrwtlaa Science Society. UamOoa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 am First dr Third Wed-
nesday 7:30 p.m.
Siipdav School 10:15
Episcopal
ANCON, Cut
THE CATUEDRAL Ol ST LUKE
The Rt. Re/. R Heber Gooden. Bishop
The Very Rev Raymond T. Ferri. Deai
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
8:30 am Cathedral School
10:45 Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holv Com
munion and Sermon, i
7:06 PJM.Evening Prayn and Sermon
CRISTBAL. R.P
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd Si near C, Navy
Rev. Milton A Cookson. Paitot
Holy Communion 7:31 im
Church School 8:38 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11O0 a.m
IHC Hoi Sunday In the month i
Young Peoole' Vesper Service 4
o.m
Wednesday Holy Communion 8:30 o
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer lor all people
COCOL1
Church of St, Andrew
The Rev. Gideon C. Montgomery.
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Chap. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday Sch.nl 8:30 ajn.
Public Worship 10:43 a.m
(H.C. first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 pm.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening
at 6:30 p.m. __
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and th Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m. m .. _, ...
House of Prayer and Fellowship for all
people
COROZAL V**
Rood Shepherd
The Ven. A, F. Nightengale
7-J0 a.m. Every Friday; Morning Pray-
(H.C. lit Friday.)
GAMBOA
St. Siman' Church: Rev. DA. Oeborne
10:30 a.m. 2nd. and 4th. Sunday Holy
Communion St Sermon. ___
10:30 a.m. 1st. and 3rd. Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer & address.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
5:00 and 6.00 p.m Youth Organlmtlona
7:30 pm Evening Prayer and address
2 00 pm Service st Penitentiary Even
fJoo-m Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
7 J p.m 2nd. and 4th. Thursday
Woman' Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary '
Holv Communion 4th Sundav 2:00 pm
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
' 6 a.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 a.m.-Mornlng Prayer and Church
School. _
6 pm Holy Baptism.
7 JO p m. Vespers and Sermon.
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
7 a.m, Wednesday and Friday 6 a.m..
Girl Friendly 6 and 7 p.m. Monday. 6
p.m Tuesday; Vesper nightly at 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7 JO p m.
MARO AHITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School S a.m Evening Prayer
f:00 o m.
PALO SECO
Church of The Holy Comforter
The Ven A F Nightengale
Every Mondap 8:30 a.m. Holy Com
munion
PARASO
Rev D. A Osbom
800 am Holy Communion 2nd Suno
8:30 am Sunday School.
5:30 p.m Evening Praver' end and str
"Monday: 7:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6:30 pm. Girl- Frlendl
Society. _____
RED TANK
Rev D.A. Oeborne Rev C.A Cragwell
11:00 a.m Holy Communion and Ser
non 1st and 3rd Sundays.
11 00 a.m Momlng Prayer and da-
re: 2nd and 4th Sundays
3:00 p.m Sunday School ana Baptism
7 30 p.m Evening Prayer nd addren
!nd and 4th. Sundays
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
'' A. F Nightengale. B D M-B.E.
and The Rev Riu Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m Holy Communion 8:00 am
7 -00 p.m Evensong and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Mainert J Peterson
S T B Rector
iUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
7JO om Solemn Evensong Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
e.m Holy Communion
7:30 pm Evensong and Sermon.
8:30 o.m Adult Confirmation Cln
THURSDAYS:
S p.m. Prayer Guild
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children's Eucharlat
7:30 nm Chnlr Practice
SATURDAYS
10 a m Children s Confirmation Cls>
7 30 o.m Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gatun, C.Z
Rev Solomon N. Jacob
Sundays:
8:45 am Church School
8:45 a.m. Morning Prayer
10:00 a.m Holv fuchari! and Sermor
Tuesday:
1:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Hol>
.Jav and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays.
1:00 p m Evening Prayer
8:00 om St Vincent's Guild
Thursdays:
1 JO o.ro Choir Rehearsal
( Mm. h of St. Mar* The Virgin
Rev. Solomon N Jacobs
Sundays:
6:45 am Morning Prayer.
7:00 in Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3 00 p.m Church School
6:00 pm. Evening Song, Thursday
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Hol>
Oavs and Saint Days.)
730 p.m Everting Prayer. Fridays
5.006:00 p.m Prayer Guild
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal
8:30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:43 a.m on the
/:30 p.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
SI. CkrIMepher'a
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 am Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m Church School
6 00 pm Solemn Evensong
Thursday and Holy Days H.C. 7:00
Wednesday end Holy Day 8:30 a.m
Holy Communion.
(Flrsi Sundav nf everv month i
30
6:30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
7 :S0 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extend a cor-
dial welcome to all military oersnnnel
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
H. T. Bemthal. Pastor.
A Cordial Welcome To All.
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. G. Herbert Moon
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
3:00 p.m Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 o.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bide '82-*, La
Boca Road. Balboa. C Z Rabbi Nathan
Wlikln director.
Service on Friday. 1:30 pm
(See also listing of Jewish sehvtcn
under Post Base and StaJona. 1
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Panam* City Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Services on Frldav. 8 p.m
Lutheran
KEDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
The Chereh ar ike Letheran Haar"
U T Bemthal. Partor
130 Balboa Road. Balboa
Sunday School and Bible Class 8 am
Worship ervlc 10:13 am.. Com Thou
i With U and W Will Do Thee Good A
frlendlv welcome await all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sunday each month
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Mclendez Avenue.
Coln. RJ>.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services at 8:30 am. and 7:15
p.m.; Sunday School tor all age at 3
-o.m.
Monday' 7 JO pjn., Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Siver City. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minuter
Sunday Service 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School for all agn at 8:30 p in
Tuesday 7:30 p.m., Prayer Meeting.
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calla 15 de febrero
Service at 11 a.m. and 7 JO p.m (Maj-
or Wilson); Sunday School at 3 p.m.
- La Boca: Services at 11 a.m and 7 JO
p.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO pm. Sunday
School at 3:00 pjn.
Colon. 14th Street
Services et........11 am 4 7:30 p m
Sunday School at .......... 3:00 pjn
Coln. 3rd Street
Services at ...... 11 a.m. A 7:30 pan
Silver City
Service at ................. 130 pm.
Sundav School at ........... 3:30 p.m.
Posts, Bases
And Stations
rACUTC SIDE
"rolmlant
r ORT AMADOR
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship...........
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 154 ......
Morning Worship ...............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ..................
Morning Worship ...............
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship ...............
Youth Group ..........#...
Servicemen's Hour ..............
US. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ..............
HfiTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ..............
8:15
10:00
8:00
10:15
10:00
11:00
6:46
10:45
4:00
7:00
10:46
840
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Man .....................
Sunday Man...................
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Man...................
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Man ...................
FORT KOBBE
Daily Man .....................
Sunday Mame ..........8:00 A
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Man ...................
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundav Man ...................
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Man .....................
Sunday Mane ..........7:45 *
Jewish
ALBROOK AIB FORCE BASE
Saturday .....................
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ....................
r OUT KOBBE
Thursday -----._,.............
IWB. Balboa. C Z.
Friday.......................
7:30
6:00
7:45
10:30
7:30
8:00
7:46
6:30
6:30
8:43
5:00
4:00
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant I
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ----- :00
Sunday School ................ 8:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................. _
Morning Worship ;;"=. l0;0
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ................. _
doming Worship............... "M
CatheUt
FORT DAVIS ,A -
Sunday Man................... 10:00
FORT GULICK
Sunday Man........... em
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mam.................... 9:n
Jewish
FORT GULICK __
Tuesday ....................... ~M
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER ,__
Apartment 1 Lux Buildup. S4th Street
Panam Monday; Lecture and Dis-
cussions 8:00 o.m.
Charch ol Jema Christ et Lattet Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.t
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10J0 a.m. ,
At JWB Armed Forcn Service Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
ff Harland Dllbeck, Evangelist
Telephone 2-3002
SUNDAY SEBVICIS:
Bible Clan lor all ages .... 10:00 e.m
Preaching end Communion ... 10-45 a m
Preaching and Communion .... 7:80 om
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study...... Wednesday JM pm
Ladies' Bible Clan Tburadey 1:48 o.m
CHURCH OF CHRI8T-OM Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet In the American Legion Hail
in front of the Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Visitor welcome
Ladle* Bible Study at Gatun.
Phone Oatun 416 or Ft Gullck SO
CURUNDL PROTIdJTANl
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blah-
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship...............
Young People's Service.........
Evening Worshlp_...............
Prayer Meeting Thursday .......
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 pm. and Saturday 8 JO a.m
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at IM J m
Tueidav. Wednesday and Tbursdav
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7 JO p.m _____
Mannl Hallbeth Christian Church
Panama. RJ"
Rt Rev T James, D. D Bishop
offlciantlng.
Morning Worship et...... 6:00 am
Holy Communion at........ *M em
Fellowship Worship et..... II*) m
Bible Reading at .......... jfO pm
Divine Service at'........ I om
Sermon al ................
Holv Communion at ...... '*"
Balboa-.mador Road USO Ckak
Nen-Daoamlnatteo
Vesper Service at 0:15 on Sunday
t:45
11:00
8:45
7:00
7:00
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SATURDAY. JUNE t, 1951
1 i i ii
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
PAGE NINE
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batten sfs rscsiysd gratafully mi or hana'laa' hi -hairy canfieanfial
mannir.
II ys aoiwriBMta lartii don I bs impatient II II 'ssss't aavaai tna
i**t day. Ltrfer ara publrihed in fh* ordar rtctivta.
Plssss fry to ksss the latttri limited to OSS poflt lanfth.
Identify of Isttsr writer* n held in itrkratt tonidanc*.
TsJa newtaaeei iiumii no rstpentrbilitv 1*1 itetementi ar epinieni
xpieued la letter* fret* rssssrt.
DO SHIPS PAY THE COST?
tCUrs:
The Canal Zone authority, In effect, appears to be a company
having a dual purpose, first to serve a military need and secondly
to serve commerce. It does both beautifully, but, at whose expense?
Should not the parties receiving the service pay the bulk of the
bill? The International Merchant Marine by far receives the bulk
of our service and at the same time Is enjoying the most lucrative
freights for its cargoes, yet to all Indications, they lack a great
deal of paying their share of the bill on the local scene.
An average ship carries some 5,000 tons of cargo. At $40 per ton
this means a gross freight of S200.CO0. Such an average sise ship
fully loadedpays a toll of approximately four thousand dollars,
more or less. If these figures remotely approximate fact. I'd say the
merchant shippers have a pretty dawn good thing In the Canal as
It now stands.
Needless to say the transiting commercial ships are the only
source of Income, real and actual, that the Canal has. It also fol-
lows that the Canal would soon go bankrupt if It had to depend on
this income at its present rate.
How is the riddle of operating the Canal solved? It appears as
though some brilliant character conceived the idea that If the em-
ployes would work for their keepthe financial problem, would be
solved. So the economy of the employes in the past few years has
I undergone some really radical alterations.
To mention a few, taxation without representation, profit from
{the sale of gasoline, cigarettes and numerous commy articles well
In excess of 100 per cent. Of course the accounting pencil pushers
. can show where this Is not so, but if I buy an article for one dollar
and sell it for two dollars I honestly feel like I had grossed 100 per
cent prof itso It Is only logical to reason that there is something
wrong with the Canal's cost accounting system also.
With regard to cost accounting, I wonder where and how the
following costs are absorbed. Salary for governors driver while he
Is driving ladles In the official car. Vacationing congressmen, mostly
representatives. Yachts "official." Maintenance of the now de-
funct mechanical division, maintenance of Mount Hope storage
facilities used primarily for shipping interests. Cost of maintaining
armchair Jobs for several military personages within the structure
of the Canal organization, no Individual slight Intended for these
gentlemen, but I think their collective presence is about as useful
as a church In hell. Last, but not least, the fantastic cost of re-
placing disgusted employes who resign? As to where these costs
are absorbed ,l'il give you three guessesthe first two don't count.
Labor New'
And
Commenl
How Now, Cold Cow?
By Victor Riesel

A JOHN DOE.
PS. Joe Stalin should send a representative over here to dream
how a dictatorship really should be run.
o
1-YEAR-OLD SPEAKS
,Sir:
In the "Mail Box" of The Pan-
ama American on May IB I had
i an opportunity to see your views
| on the subject of driving age In
I the Panama Canal. I believe that
f anyone Is entitled to his or her
[ own opinion, Just so it doesn't
step upon toes of others, and In
| your case, It is of my opinion that
?ou are stepping on the toes of
he 16-year-old motorcycle or
motorbike or motorscooter rld-
[ ers.
I am a student of Balboa High
School, and have had motor-
! scooters and motorcycles of varl-
| oils types all through high school,
and I am very grateful to the Ca-
| rial Zone Police for letting me
strive said vehicles.
It may interest you to know
that the bikes driven by these
students, are not the big cum-
bersome Harley Davidson, or the
big Black Hawk Indians, but ma-
chines of the English variety
such as the Triumph, BSA, and
Vincent. These machines have a
displacement of 30 cu. In. which
is 15 cu. in. smaller than the
smallest Harley. The Vincent is
a larger machine, but not one
Vincent is owned by a High
8chool student, and I'll guaran-
tee that the Vincent riders have
"MOTORCYCLE" licenses. I
think you'll agree with me that
Canal Zone Police certainly are
toot stupid, and I'll grant you
that most of the policemen know
the potentials of any of these ma-
chines, but it is my opinion that
the police are sort of on our side,
and as long as we don't cut up, I
believe they'll give us the priv-
ilege of riding these machines as
they've done in the past.
In your letter, you stated that
they let us drive these two-
wheeled vehicles, but would not
let other said student drive a
aane automobile, Implying to me
that you believe that either the
motorcycle 'Or the driver is in-
sane. Well I assure you that nei-
ther I, nor any of the other fel-
lows art insane, in spite of what
you believe. I will aay this, when
I was 18, I wanted to drive
mighty bad, and if the police will
let the kids drive at 16,1 certain-
ly have no gripe, but please, in
trying to express one point, don't
put the bite on another 'group
and ruin It for us.
There's a lot of 16-year-olds,
that just got their bikes, they
really think it's the best there is,
and you as a parent know that
when you give your kid some-
thing he really likes, you don't
want anything In the world spoil-
ing it for him.
Thank you,
"A STUDENT."
In politics, grooming always
precedes booming. Fact is that,
even in their.most private par-
leys, the men who lead labor
are grooming no politico as
their candidate for the presi-
dency of the U. S. in 1952. Take
this, then, as evidence that lab-
or's millions . in money and
manpower will be split be-
tween the Republicans and the
Democrats in next year's critic-
al campaign.
It's an absolutely safe predic-
tion to say now that sometime
early this summer, at least one,
perhaps several of the few men
who can speak for labor's great
federations, will say flatly that
their country-wWe coalitions
will not endorse any candidate
on any Presidential ticket.
One of these few nationally
influential policy makers told
me this week, over the long dis-
tance phone from his interna-
tional headquarters, that it was
probable that there would be
considerable, even if minority,
support of the Republican pre-
sidential candidate in '52. This
is exactly how he put it:
Right now, labor is get-
ting kicked around in Wash-
ington. So there'll be no-
thing doing politically until
we see who'll be nominated
{by both parties).
"We consider Taft our oppo-
nent, but if the Republicans no-
minate anyone else, there'll be
a lot of workers who may go
over that .way. Organised labor
stands In the middle of the road
Just now.
"Of course, the Democrat*
will have a strong platform de-
dicated to labor. And, of course,
the O.O.P. won't reject the
Taft-Hartley law. However, even
with that In the Republican
platform, the Democrats will
have to do something to re-
establish confidence in the mas-
ses of the workers who wing
any election.
"You know, I'm a Roosevelt
Democrat, but, even during his
16 years, I never deceived my-
self mo thinking we could talk
for the millions of non-union
workers. There was no confid-
ence last year and the masses
didn't go to the polU. They Just
took no Interest."
But no one should think that
the national labor chiefs are
going out of politics. Within a
few months, the country will
see them supporting their
friends on both tickets .- and
where they don't nave poUttcal
allies they'll launch independent
campaigns. They're back I the
business of becoming a political
power bloc.
qU WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DREW PEARSON
//
Who, Me?"
By BOB RUARK
POP" WRIGHT REMEMBERS
San Antonio, Texas
May 1751.
Dear "Doc":
I remember in 1S41 that an
electioncalled the Constitution
Election held and with few ex-
ceptions the sound thinking peo-
ple abstained from voting mak-
ing it a one-sided affair, and not
the will of the people. That night
my neighbors came by boasting
of the great victory and just
what the country wanted. I re-
member telling him that he was
badly mistaken, and that the
Panamanians and especially the
Chirlcanos would never stand for
dictator or dictatorial govern-
ment, and some day It would
cause trouble, for as a whole the
people-were free to do as they
please.
At last It has come, and with
bloodshed that should have been
avoided. It Ls my hope that its
over forever, for I still and al-
ways will love Panam.
W. J. "Pop" Wright.
Recently, for example, as this
column reported exclusively,
they even considered tat one of
their high command sessions
in Chicago) the purchase of
the $25,000,000 American Broad-
casting Co. system. The Team-
sters' Dan Tobln and the Ladies
Garment Workers' Dave Du-
binsky were willing to put up
some money to keep the net-
works' 291 outlets out of the
hands of more conservative ele-
ments. ,
But the fact that the final
deal would not have Included
the chain's television stations
discouraged these labor people,
for their experts, and some Hol-
lywood friends, warned them
against heavy investments in
regular AM broadcatlng in this
television era.
In that same high stra-
tegy conference, their poli-
tical technicians told the
union chiefs that they con-
sidered unfriendly, 20 of the
33 Senators who are up for
re-election next year not
to mention several hundred
Representatives. These are
the elections in which the
labor leaders decided to in-
terest themselves.
They realized that hundreds of
thousands of their members
were moving away from old vot-
ing areas to take defense jobs,
while many others were being
.drafted. The housing problem
"has resulted In many more
changes of residence than take
place in a normal year; so the
earlier the registration drive ls
started, the better off labor
will be in the 1952 election,"
they decided. They want to
reach these millions swiftly.
NEW YORK. It Just happens I know both
writers Budd Schulberg and actor Joe Ferrer,
who have been on the fire recently over this
Communist front-afflliatlon buslnes and per-
sonally I like Schulberg fine. I like him a lot
better than Ferrer, because Budd pleads honest
Juvenile alliance with the Communists while
Ferrer Just sits there and looks innocent while
he says: "Who, me?"
We got an awful lot of who-me Communists
around these days. These are the boys with the
sheepish expressions, who have yolked along the
line for years until the man finally comes up
and lowers the boom. Then the culprit hollers
that he didn't know it was loaded, flicks his
eyelashes at you demurely, and hints that he
was had.
Schulberg says simply he was young -and rea-
sonably foolish, that he fell into the party be-
cause of the come-all-ye line they were hustling
back in the post-depression days, and that he
fell out when they laid the iron pencil on his
literary efforts. This ls somehow understand-
able, If not forgivable. It was fashionable for
the young to play pinkie at that time and
pinkie was being played pretty good in Wash-
ington to set an example for the Immature.
Then Schulberg quit. As a lot of others quit.
And Budd went back to being a practicing ca-
pitalist, which he is today.
Ferrer, a fine actor, gives you the who-me
treatment. He didn't know he was espousing
communism when he sponsored Ben Davis for
reelection, as a member of the Citizens' Non-
Partlsan Committee. He didn't? Ben Davis was
a proud, loud member of the Communist Party.
How dumb ls a man who works for a political
deal where the object of his affection carries a
card a mile high?
Ferrer' come-wlth-me-to-Marx operations fill
a book In the subversive listings, some 18 in all.
and most of the post-World War II.
Drew Pearson says: Honest meat) dealers are than nation's
forgotten men; Rep. Keating helps undercut antitrust
laws; CAB pressures Sen. Sparkman to suppress air-
line report.
WASHINGTON.Most housewives don't realise it, but the
honest meat dealers are the forgotten men in the big squabble
over the price of beef. These wholesale and retail meat men are
caught between two of the moat powerful and vocal groups in
the nationthe organized meat packers and the angry, unorgan-
ized housewife.
Hundreds of these wholesalers and retailers have been tak-
ing their beating in silence because, if they protest, they fear
thy'll be black-balled by the big packers. And they have good
itason to fear the packers' wrath. For the few wholesalers who
have had the temerity to protest about price-gouging packers
were Immediately cut off from their meat supply and forced out
of business.
Said one meat wholesaler: "If I complain to the OPS, and
he packers find out about It, I'll never be able to buy another
l'ound of meat. I'd have to leave the meat business and become
a wholesaler for vegetarians."
Here 1s what the meat middlemen are up against:
When the Government freeze was Imposed last January,
choice beef in carload lots was selling for a top price of 53 cents
a pound. Despite the freeze, and in direct violation of the Gov-
ernment's order, the price of exactly the same carload of beef
continued to mount. By April the price had moved up to 57
cents, was even quoted openly at this figure in the trade Journals.
GROCER GETS SQUEEZED
This four-cent rise at the wholesale level meant about a 10-
cent rise per pound to the housewifeIf the local grocer passed
on the illegal increase. But if he didn't pass it on, he had to
pocket the loss and thereby risked going bankrupt.
More recently OPS has adopted a new pricing formula,
whereby each cut of beef is given a specific price, and the price
must be posted for the housewife's Inspection.
This new scheme is aimed at showing up the price gouger
and bringing an end to the black market, but, to get around
the law, some packersincluding some of the biggest names In
tne Industryhave now come up with a new wrinkle. They're
lorcing their customers to accept tie-in sales, to buy unwanted
cuts of meat In order to get the most salable cuts. One whole-
saler, for example, was recently forced to buy 4,000 pounds of
highly perishable sausage he couldn't possibly sell. Nevertheless
ine packer required him to buy the sausage before he could
purchase a single carload of beef.
Net result of this price gouging by the meat packers ls an
Intolerable squeeze on the wholesaler and retailer. He's frequent-
ly forced either to sell above ceiling price or go out of buslnss.
if you're doing It 18 times.
They say that actors and writers are too
damn dopey to be let loose in the streets, and
this could possibly be correct, except most of
the ones I have known are halffox and half-
weasel when It come to billing or a buck. If
they hooked on to a baddle thev -probably fig-
ured there was a point for them somehow, for
pure and selfish gain. Some worked for the
artlst-and-wrlters projects that the old WPA
sponsored, and got Infected in the process. But
It was a selfishly inspired Infection.
But do not tell me that Ferrer ls young
enough to be as Innocent of compulsive involve-
ment as was the young Schulberg. Or that, as
a man who acts so fine and directs so well that Ipant tne cnalr Dy "" abultv to express himself, I should not
he didn't know what he was doing when he d0 ??, Dy limiting him to a paragraph only," retorted Wherry.
WHERRY AND THE VEEP
Nebraska's loquacious, likable Sen. Ken. Wherry, whose tongue
often races ahead of his thoughts, made a slip of the tongue
the other day, and called Vice President Barkley "Mr. Paragraph."
Wherry was talking about two paragraphs In a report, and
blurted: "Mr. Paragraph...I mean, I should have said Mr. Pre-
sident. .."
Senate Majority Leader McFarland Immediately jumped up,
'If the Senator from Nebraska is going to refer to the distin-
guished President of the Senate In terms of words, he should
refer to him as Mr. Library, not a mere paragraph," be teased.
I agree that if I were to designate the distinguished occu-
- doing when he
hooked up with Davis and went for the Com-
munist-abducted Henry Wallace foolishness and
all the semi-obscure others. I am' a reasonably
obtuse boy and even I could see the gimmick
at a long, long rifle shot.
This is not. nor ever will be. a sympathetic
piece, because not even as a youngster in a
Communist-ridden college, could I dignify the
necessltv of battening on to an ideology when
all a young guy had to do was go out and
callous up his hands with work. There never
was, and never will be. a committee which can
accomplish anything for an Individual that can-
not be done better bv the Individual. If he Is
awful serious about what he wants to do.
Joining anything Is stupid in the first place.
Joining things you don't know about ls stupider.
And Joining things you gotta lie out of later ls
the stupidest thing of all, as I suspect Senor
Ferrer is realizing momentarily.
Like I said, I have no real deep feeling for
e ie.i ScnulDerK or Ferrer. I can understand
a little of what pushed Budd Into the machine,
because it was all around me at the time. But
some of us didn't run off to the arms of Papa
Nobody
can be that dumb, as Ferrer claims he was, that Marx, even under heavy" economic pressure For
many times. Not even in the acting or writing Ferrer's Plight nothing Any man who Sin. 18
business. You got to know what you're doing anythlngs has got an angle
There was a young fellow named Boris
Who tried to buy floors from a Florist,
His wife. Chlorls got wiee...
(Read Panama American Classifieds)
And now Boris sends roses to Chlotlel
That's why they were inter-
ested for a while in the radio
and television chain. That's why
the Joint AFL-CIO high com-
mand, early next week, will
hear final plans for a national
labor dally. That's why, inci-
dentally, the radio deal, as this
country will learn some six
weeks from today is far from
dead. The labor leaders may be
out of the negotiations, but
some of their close friends de-
finitely are not, regardless of
what you hear.
Meanwhile, of course, don't
count out John L. Lewis. He's
been getting his -share of off-
! the-record telephone calls for
I equally off-the-record lunch-
eons from men in both parties.
'Lewis can be the center of a
I new Republican labor coalition
for he now knows exactly who'll
follow him for there are sev-
leral important union chiefs
who've practically said as much.
One thing ls certain. There's
nothing certain about labor's
support in '52.
(.Copyright 9S1. Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
WASHINGTON(NEA)First feelers for . S.
government loans to electric power companies
doing business In the Argentine have been turn-
ed down cold. This ls the latest and perhaps
the must hopeful development in the tangled
tale ol high finance between the two govern-
ments
It ls recognition of the fact that, since the
closing' ot the great Buenos Aires liberal news-
paper, "La Prensa," any lurther extension of
credit to Peron's government would meet stro!r.
opposition from Americans.
U. 8. Export-Import Bank, which ls a govern-
ment corporation, has now disbursed over $79
million loan to bail the Peron government out
of Its financial embarrassment of a year ago.
This was not a direct loan to the Argentine
government. Technically the loan was made to
a combination of Argentine banks. But the
credit was guaranteed by the Argentine govern-
ment.
Actually, none of this money ls going directly
to the Argentine. All of It will eventually go to
American banks, exporters and manufacturers
who extended too much credit to the Argentine,
then found they were unable to collect dollars
for goods delivered.
Good old Uncle Sam came along with a loan
to save their shirts. Just how many of these
creditors there will be is still not known. They
divide roughly into three classes:
First are 10 big banks, mostly in New York.
They were all paid off in January for a total
of nearly $32 million. Biggest beneficiaries were
National City Bank of New York and First Na-
tional Bank of Boston, which got $6 million
apiece. Chase National of New York got a total
of $8 million, but through five different ac-
counts: The Bank of London and South Amer-
ica. New York branch, got approximately $6 mil-
lion in two accounts. Agency of the Royal Bank
of Canada got $2.5 million. Central Hanover
Bank and Trust got $2 million. Others tapered
down to Public National Bank and Trust Co.'s
mere $130,000.
Second class of creditor which will be paid off
by the Export-Import Bank Includes some 2000
bills for collection. Banks will again be prin-
cipal beneficiaries here.
Finally there are an unknown number of open
accounts of U. S. firms that shipped goods to
the Argentine and never got paid for them.
There are some big items Ih this category, in-
cluding $5 million due International General
Electric, and $4 million due Ford Motors. Many
of these accounts are small.
Since this could be interpreted to mean that Barkley ls long-
winded, the Vice President responded with a flourish: "The
chair thanks the Senator from Nebraska for the compliment. At
least, the chair assumes his statement ls supposed to be of a
complimentary nature." ,
FRIEND OF BIG BUSINESS
GOP Congressman Kenneth Keating of New York has emerg-
ed as the newest Congressional champion of big business.
Keatlng's district, Rochester, N.Y., is a long way from Cal-
ifornia ; yet It was he who pulled chestnuts out of the fire fot
Pacific Gas and Eleetrlc in California and sponsored the amend*
ment killing urgently needed Government power lines.
Colleagues who wondered what the Rochester, N.Y., Repub-
lican was doing meddling in California affairs also were aston-
ished when he popped up as sponsor of another project of the
big-business lobbiesaimed at crippling the antitrust laws.
His amendment would undercut a plan proposed by another
Republican, Herbert Hoover, who, when President, urged that the
Clayton Antitrust Act be strengthened In order to prevent the
acquisition of "assets" such as factories and equipment in merg-
ers that created unfair trade competition.
Presidents Roosevelt and Truman both followed up Hoover's
recommendation and finally this important addition to the Clay-
ten Antitrust Law was pased by Congress last December. One
of those who voted for it was Rep. Keating of New York.
However, when it came time to appropriate funda by whlcil
the Federal Trade Commission could put the new law into opera-
tion, Keating had a mysterious change of heart. '
He calmly rose on the House floor and sabotaged the measure
he had once championed by offering an amendment cancelling
245,000 of enforcement funds needed by the trade commission.
The amendment carried by a vote of 73 to 49. And since a law
is no good without funds to enforce it, the law Keating originally
voted for now becomes just so much printed papei.
SMALL AIRLINES
Whether all of the $125 million will be re-
quired to pay off these long overdue accounts Mild-mannered Sen. John Sparkman of Alabama, the consci-
1s still unknown. Argentine officials believe it' er>tious chairman of the Small Business Committee, is burned up
won't all be needed They have made a few over Pressure from the Civil Aeronautics Board to suppress a re-
passes at having any balances left over used as DOrt '"basting the major airlines.
1 Mysteriously, a copy of this report disappeared from the
c.mmittee offices and was seen by the big airlines, though It
was still marked "confidential."
The report criticized the CAB's order closing down the in-
dependent, nonscheduled airlines on June 5. Instead, the Spark-
man report recommends that the nonskeds be retained as airline
coaches with the majors taking the "pullman" trade at higher
fares. The Sparkman report also accused the CAB of being the
tail on the kite of the big airlines.
Argentine Loans
By Peter Edson
additional credit to buy tractors and such
VR2- But Ex"Im Bank officials haven't com-
mitted themselves on that one, not being too
happy about this deal, even In its present form
The surprising development id. however, that
ii. spite of the fact that American banks and
exporters came close to getting burnt on their
Argentine deals, many are going right ahead
and extending new lines of credit to the Argen-
tine. The philosophy seems to be that if the
u. S. government bailed them out once, it would
do so again.
Loans to the private power companies still
operating in the Argentine are a different mat-
wr- The Argentine constitution provides for ex-
propriation of all public utilities. The formerly
British-owned Argentine railway system has
thus been taken over by Peron's government.
5 na '-he formerly American-owned Interna-
tional Telephone Si Telegraph system.
Eventually it ls believed the power companies
financed by foreign capital will be similarly
taken over. Principal reason this hasn't been
done before ls that the Argentine government
doesn t nave the money.
The power systems are obviously in need of
expansion and modernization. Thev could use
good capital loans for this development. Hence
the approach to U. 8. government lending agen-
cies to see if they wouldn't be interested In
saving their Interests, too.
Since the Peron government ls not a member
of the International Bank, the Argentine can't
brorow development loans here.
There are two principal foreign power com-
panies operating in the Argentine. Biggest ls
"CHADE" Compaa Hlsoano-Americana de
Electricidad. It is a subsidiary of "Sofina"
8oclete Financlere a Belgian holding compa-
ny whose head is Dannie Heineman. a little
known European financier of American birth.
In the provinces, the principal operating com-
pany is an American and Foreign Power subsi-
diary of the Electric Bond and Share holding
company. George 8. Messersmith. former U. 8.
diplomat and once U. S. ambassador to the Ar-
gentine. Is one of its directors.
Both these companies would naturally like to
save themselves from the dreaded but apparent- 1
ly eventual Peron expropriation.
Last Monday night, Laurance Henderson, staff director, mail-
ed copies to each Senate committee member, and left three on his
desk. The next morning one of these three was missing. But on
Wednesday morning, E. Smythe Gambrell, chief counsel of Eastern
Airlines, called Sparkman and stormed: "This ls the most vicious
report ever to emanate from Capitol Hill."
The same day, ex-Sen. Chan Gurney of South Dakota, now
a member of the CAB, chased Sparkman all over Capitol Hill,
Imally left a note for him saying: "Under no circumstances Issue
this report without seeing me first."
Other Small Business Committee Senators were called by
other civil aeronautics members and asked to hold up the report.
Copyright. 1951, by The Bell Syndicate. Ine.)
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Escache Esta Noche lul:M
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de toda dase.
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llegando a J. Franco.
Tel. 3-1503
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Se har reglamentacin de la Defensa Civil
El Ejecutivo dictar decreto
por medio del cual se adoptan
medidas para los bombardeos
El proyecto de dictar una
extensa reglamentacin que
contemple los mas Importantes
aspectos de la Defensa Civil,
est siendo estudiado por el
rgano Ejecutivo, segn se ln-
orm a EL PANAMA AMERI-
CA en fuentes oficiales.
Dicha reglamentacin com-
prender todo lo relacionado
con la defensa de la poblacin
civil, principalmente las cues-
tiones relativas a Hospitales de
Emergencia o de sangre, el en-
trenamiento de la poblacin, la
creacin de las brigadas de sal-
vamento, la construccin de re-
fugios antiareos, las instruc-
ciones contra ataques de bom-
bas atmicas, primeros auxilios,
etc.'
Se tiene entendido que en el
prximo presupuesto de Rentas
y Gastos se sealar al Depar-
tamento de Defensa Civil, del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, una partida adecuada pa-
ra hacerle frente a las obliga-
ciones que ese Departamento
contraiga en razn de la nueva
reglamentacin sobre la defen-
sa civil.
Adems se ha emitido el si-
guiente comunicado:
El Departamento de Defensa
Civil, de la Repblica de Pana-
m, hace saber por este medio.
que segn acuerdo habido en la
ltima reunin de la Comisin
Mixta de Defensa Civil en la
Zona del Canal, las Fuerzas Ar-
madas y el Gobernador de la
Zona del Canal, todos los asun-
tos concernientes a la ayuda
que puedan prestar las Fuerzas
Armadas y la Defensa Civil de
la Zona del Canal a la Repbli-
ca de Panam para casos de
entrenamiento, emergencia t
concernientes a la Defensa, ten
din que ser tramitados por
mediacin del Departamento de
Defensa Civil de la Repiica
de Panam, adscrita al Ministe-
rio de Gobierno y Justicia-
Este acuerdo ha sido toma-
do, en vista, de que varias ins-
tituciones y particulares, en dis-
tintas ocasiones, se han dirigi-
do directamente a las Fuerzas
Armadas y a la Defensa Civil de
la Zona del Canal en demanda
de servicios.
Inglaterra y EE. UU. hablan
de posible tregua en Corea
El Presidente no usar las
habitaciones privadas de la
Presidencia de la Repblica
Los trabajos de aiivaera y carpintera
sern realizatfos durante la semana prxima
'* Datos'obtenidos por este dia-
rio indican que a fin de la
prxima semana estarn ter-
minados los trabajos y repara-
ciones que se hacen en el Pa-
lacio Presidencial.
Varias cuadrillas de obreros
que han trabajado intensamen-
te durante las horas del dia y de
la noche adelantan acelerada-
mente las obras de reparacio-
nes y 'se estima que tanto los
trabajos de alballeria como de
carpintera estarn terminados
a fin de la semana prxima.
Como hemos Informado ante-
riormente, el Palacio Presiden-
cial qued en psimas condi-
ciones, como consecuencia de
los estragos hechos por los dis-
paros de la Polica Nacional,
razn por la cual tuvo el Pre-
sidente de la Repblica que des-
pachar desde los edificios de la
Cancillera, hasta tanto se :e
diera terminacin a los traba-
Jos de reparaciones.
f
En los altos crculos oficiales
se nos inform que el Presi-
dente de* la Repblica, don Al-
cibiades Arosemena, no ocupa-
r las habitaciones privadas del
Palacio.
Debe juzgarla Corte Suprema
a los Ex-ministros de Estado,
dice el Licenciado Hincapi
Expresa esta opinin al responder encuesta
que se le ha formulado sobre este asunto
El Licenciado Lorenzo Hinca-
pi ha coincidido con el Lie.
Galileo Sols en el sentido de
Sue es a la Corte Suprema de
ustlcla a quien corresponde
Juzgar a los ex-Minlstros de Es-
tado que se encuentran acu-
sados de violar la Constitucin
Nacional.
El Lie. Hincapi manifest
que "El conocimiento de las
causas que han de adelantarse
por delitos de esta naturaleza
contra los ministros de Estado
lo atribuye el ordinal 9o. del
artculo 74 de la ley 61 de 1946
a la Corte Suprema de Justicia
de una manera privativa. Es
decir, con presclndencla absolu-
ta de los otros tribunales or-
dinarios de justicia".
"Cuando un tribunal o per-
sona, agrega el Licenciado Hin-
capi, ejerce funciones judicia-
les especiales, actuando dentro
de la competencia privativa de
que ha sido investido, no puede,
por ningn concepto, salirse de
la rbita sealada como campo
de sus actuaciones funcionales".
Se presenta informe
econmico sobre la
Amrica Latina
NUEVA YORK, Junio 2 (UP)
La organizacin internacio-
nal dio a la publicidad el resu-
men de la segunda parte Uel
Estudio Econmico de Amiica
Latina de 1950', preparado por
la Secretaria de la Comisin E-
conmica de las Naciones Uni-
das para Latino Amrica, reu-
nida actualmente en Mxico.
En la introduccin, el resu-
men dice: "Sin perder de vLta
el cuadro general dentro del
cual se halla el desarrollo eco-
nmico de cada pas, y basan-
do el anlisis hasta donde es
posible en comparaciones con
los aos de pre-guerra y gue-
rra, los idea estudios econcVl-
cos nacionales dedican especial
atencin a los cambios ocurri-
dos desde la terminacin de la
segunda guerra mundial. Al
mismo tiempo, indican y anali-
zan los efectos, tipificados en
numerosos casos por el repenti-
no aumento de actividad econ-
mica, y de actividad de una nue
va poltica internacional de
rearme sobre Latino Amrica.
Esos efectos comenzaron a ser
sentidos profundamente duran-
te la segunda mitad de 1950".
Aade que los diez pases es-
tudiados en esa forma son Ar-
gentina. Brasil, Colombia, Cuba,
Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Mxico, Uruguay y Venezuela.
Mora Noli dictar
curso de escultura
en esta ciudad
El escultor panameo Jos O.
Mora Noli, dictar un curso es-
pecial de escultura en dos fa-
ses, o sean, modelado y talla
directa en la Escuela Nacio-
nal de Pintura, situada en la
Avenida B frente a la Polica
Secreta Nacional. Las horas de
clase sern de las cinco de la
tarde a las. siete de la noche
los lunes y viernes.
Como este curso es especial a
peticin de varias personas, el
escultor Mora Noli manifest
que si las condiciones lo per-
miten adicionar al curso otro
de Escultura Monumental y Di-
nmica Moderna.
Ser adiestrado
profesionalmente
personal panameo
Panam se podr beneficiar
del proyecto 33 sobre adiestra-
miento de personal profesional
y no'profesional en saneamien-
to del medio ambiente, de la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
merlcanos, que comenzar en
(Pasa a P- rol 7
Incidentes en la toma de posesin del
nuevo Gerente del Banco Agropecuario
Mieutras los rojos sostienen
una enconada lucha a fin de
mantener sus posiciones
LONDRES, Junio 2 (UP) Fuentes autorizadas dicen
que Gran Bretaa est llevando a cabo conversaciones
con Estados Unidos y otros pases inreresc/os sobre "la
posibilidad" de una tregua en Corea.
Un portavoz del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores admiti la
existencia de tales movimien-
tos en una conferencia de pren-
sa hoy, pero agreg que se han
estado llevando a cabo deue
"hace mucho tiempo".
El portavoz se neg a ser ms
explcito y no quiso ni negar ni
confirmar los Informes de que
el Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, Herbert Morrison se
haya acercado nuevamente a ios
Gobiernos Interesados con el fui
de terminar la guerra de Corea
por medio de negociaciones.
TOKIO, Junio i (UP) El
Comando de las fuerzas Areas
en el Lejano Oriente anunci la
destruccin de un avin de re-
tropropulsin comunista en una
fiera batalla area cerca de
Pyongyang en Corea del isorte
En la lucha terrestre, loa *:-
fuerzos chinos, apoyados put
morteros y artillera pesada a-
vanzaron a plena luz del dia, en
forma descabellada hacia tuer-
tes defensas al sur de Mi
"tringulo de hierro", balo el
fuego despiadado de los caones
y aviacin aliados.
Las tcticas de "resistir o mo-
rir" de los comunistas en el
centro del frente de batalla di
130 mUlas en Corea del No., ,
contrastan enormemente a la
situacin en el este detrs de la
eserva de Hwachon, en donde
los rojos se encuentran en com-
pleta retirada despus de a-
uandonar su ltima posicin ei.
Corea del Sur.
Los rojos se encuentran reti-
rndose rpidamente tratando
de escapar de las pinzas de las
tropas aurcoreanas y nortea-
mericanas que se encuentran a-
vanzando hacia el norte de la
reserva y de las que vienen a-
vanzando hacia el oeste desde
la costa oriental al norte del
Paralelo.
Todava no se sabe en donde
los rojos que se encuentran .n
la costa oriental harn su ie-
slstencla, per* se especula quo
se retirarn otras 75 millas ha-
da Wohsan y la linea de de-
fensa natural que corre dlago-
naunente hacia el suroeste ha-
cia Kaesong al sur del Paraie-
(Pasa a la pgina colsmna )
En la maana de hoy se encarga de la administracin del Banco Agropecuario e industrial, el'
nuevo Gerente de esa Institucin, don Eduardo Vallarlno. El Licenciado Vallarlno al tomar
posesin de su delicado carga declar lo siguiente: "Procurar en el desempeo del cargo do
Gerente del Banco Agropecuario e Industrial, propender al desarrolle de la sericultura, de la
industria t de la ganadera, sin lastimar los legtimos intereses del comercio.'' El Licenciado
Eduardo Vallarirjo aparece ea esta fotografa en momentos en une cruza palabras con el In-
geniero Enrique Linares Jr.. ex-Gerente de esa Institucin. El Ingeniero Linares Jr. sali de
sa degaacho cerrndolo con llave y tom el automvil oficial del Banco.
Navarro iniciar los estudios
para extender la Calle 50
El Ministro de Obras Pblicas, Ing. Norberto Navarro,
inform en la maana de hoy que ha dado las rdenes del
caso para que se inicien inmediatamente los estudios para
la prolongacin de la Callo 50, en vista de que desconjrn-
tionara enormemente el trnsito por la Va Espaa, y acor-
tara la distancia entre San Francisco v Panam.
El Ingeniero Navarro Inform que el lunes prximo los
agrimensores iniciarn los estudios del puente sue se nece-
sita construir entre la parte terminada de la mencionada
calle y la extensin hacia San Francisco de la Caleta.
Interrogado el Ingeniero Navarro, manifest que l es-
tima que el tramo que se necesita para unir esta calle tie-
ne mas o menos una extensin de ochocientos metros.
El Ingeniero Navarro, que realiz una jira por las obras
pblicas destinadas al Ministerio de Educacin, dijo one la
Escuela BeUsarto Porras qne se construye y que esta casi
terminada, ser adicionada con ms aulas debido al exceso
de la matrcula. Dicha adicin se har con una partida
destinada para tal efecto en el Presupuesto y con los fon-
dos de la Junta de Educacin Municipal.
"Slo diez Jefes de Misiones
Diplomticas presenciaron el
ultimatum al Doctor Chanis"
S. E. el Embajador de Mxico Eduardo Morillo Safa
explica que en ese asunto su Embajada no
tuvo intervencin alguna
ca en pleno del Cuerpo Di-
plomtico en los sucesos de no-
viembre de 1949 y. en aquel en-
tonces me vi obligado a ma-
nifestar pblicamente que el
Embajador de Mxico no haba
ocurrido a la Presidencia, ni
habla Intervenido ni llevado ul-
timtum alguno.
Desde los bancos de clase de
las escuelas primarlas, en M-
De 8. E. Eduardo Morillo
Safa, hemos recibido la siguien-
te comunicacin:
Embajada de Mxico
Panam, junio 2 de 1951.
8r. Doctor
Don Harmodio Arlas,
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Ciudad.
Muy distinguido seor doctor
Lgentil amigo:
i el editorial que el muy
acreditado diario EL PANAMA
AMERICA public el primero de
los corrientes, aparece en uno
de sus prrafos: "...Pero luego,
cuando el Primer Magistrado
trat de ejercer el derecho
elemental de todo rgimen ci-
vil de cambiar al Jefe de los
cuarteles, el Primer Comandan-
te se le abalanz ametralladora
en mano imponindole on an-
gustioso ultimtum de rendi-
cin atestiguado para ver-
genza de la Repblica nada
menos que por todo el Cuer-
po Diplomtico acreditado en
Panam..." ,
Hace ya tiempo, mi distingui-
do amigo, cuando don Samuel
Lewis era Director de EL PA-
NAMA AMERICA, se public
una noticia anloga (declara-
clones del seor doctor Daniel
Chanis), acerca do la presen-
El Rector de la
Universidad de
Madrid ha muerto
MEXICO, D.F., Junio i. (UP)
Muri el profesor Rafael Al-
lamlra, ex-Rector de la Uni-
versidad de Madrid, a los 85
aos de edad. El profesor Al-
tamlra, prollflco historiador, es
el autor de "Historia de Espa-
a y de la Civilizacin Espa-
ola", la cual ha sido tradu-
cida a cinco Idiomas.
Don Miguel Amado
es designado para
una conferencia
Don Miguel Amado, Enviado
Extraordinario y Ministro Ple-
nipotenciario de Panam ante
los pases escandinavos, fue
nombrado ayer por Decreto de
la Cancillera, Delegado Guber-
namental ad-honorem de Pana-
m a la 34 reunin de la Con-
ferencia Internacional de Tra-
bajo que se Inaugurar en la
ciudad de Ginebra, Suiza, a
party del 6 de los corrientes.
Panam ha sido invitada a
esta importante conferencia In-
ternacional en su carcter de
miembro y dada la importan-
cia de los asuntos que se tra-
tarn y que derivarn positi-
vos beneficios para los intere-
ses laborales de la Repblica, el
rgano Ejecutivo decidi desig-
nar don Miguel Amado, re-
presentante de la Repblica en
esta conferencia.
Tribunal de EE. UU.
suspendi lodos los
anuncios en buses
WASHINGTON, Junio 2 (P)
El Tribunal de Apelacin?*
del Distrito de Columbia Ca-
pital Federal orden que se
suspenda inmediatamente la
transmisin de anuncios comer-
ciales en los tranvas y omnli,u-
ses de la ciudad por considerar
que de ese modo se violan los
derechos Individuales garanti-
zados por la Constitucin.
La sentencia del Tribunal de
Apelaciones deca: "La compa-
a de transportes obliga sus
pasajeros a or anuncios co-
merciales o abandonar el ve-
hculo. La libertad de atencin,
que se destruye al obligar a una
persona a oir, forma parte de
las libertades esenciales de les
individuos y la sociedad".
La empresa "Capital Transit
Company", propietaria de tran-
vas y omnlbuaes en Washing-
ton, habla establecido en Siis
vehculos unas transmisiones de
msica acompaadas de anun-
cios comerciales atractivos.
Varios pasajeros protestaron
enrgicamente contra el que se
les obligara oir sos anuncios.
(Pasa a la Pag. . Col. )
Estreno sorpresivo
habr el Lunes en
el Teatro Central
Al Igual que en Nueva York
y otras ciudades no menos Im-
portantes, el Teatro Central de
esta ciudad ha Implantado una
modalidad cinematogrfica, que
consiste en presentar al respe-
table pblico "Estrenos Sorpre-
sivos".
Esta ve/, se anuncia que pa-
ra ei prximo lunes 90 de abril
en tandas de las 9 p.m.. se ofre-
cer otro "Estreno Sorpresivo"
para deleite y satisfaccin de
la numerosa clientela que fre-
cuenta a este Teatro.
Parten para E. U.
cinco delegados
a una reunin
La Srta- Carmen Mir, Direc-
tora del Departamento de Est-
distlca y Censo de la Contraio-
rla de la Repblica, fu desig-
nada ayer, por la Cancillera
Delegada de Panam a la Tra-
inera Sesin de la Comisin de
Mejoramiento de las Estadsti-
cas Nacionales y a la Cuarta
fcesln de la Comisin del Cenco
de las Americas de 1950, que
tendrn lugar del 2 al 8 y del
ti al 15 de los corrientes en la
ciudad de Washington.
La Seoritas Luisa E. Qucza-
da y el Seor Rafael E. Zubse'a,
representarn a Panam en !r.
Sesin de la Comisin de Metc-
i amiento de las Estadsticas Na-
cionales y la Seorita Ana G.
Casis y el Seor Juan Rivera Z.,
levarn nuestra representacin
como delegados en la Cuarta
lesin de la Comisin del Censo
ce las Americas.
CIRCULACIN PAG/DA
DE AYER MAS DE
23,100
Entran en su etapa final los
trabajos para construir el
alcantarillado de las afueras
Un alto funcionarlo del Go-
bierno Inform esta maana
que los estudios sobre el al-
cantarillado en las reas sub-
urbanas de la ciudad, han en-
trado en su etapa final y que
la firma Greetey and Hansen
de Chicago, prepara el Informe
tcnico final.
Las gestiones para solucionar
el serlo problema de las aguas
negras se Iniciaron en el ao
de 1947, cuando el Gobierno
constato la necesidad de mejo-
rar los servicios del alcantari-
llado en las reas suburbanas
y encomend un estudio sobre
la obra a ingenieros paname-
os. En la administracin pa-
sada, los mismos ingenieros a-
consejaron la obra y se lleg
a la conclusin de que la cons-
truccin del alcantarillado era
Indispensable para solucionar
graves problemas sanitarios.
Para ocupar la atencin del
Banco Mundial se encomend
el estudio serlo-de la cuestin,
a una firma de ingenieros a-
ceptada por el Banco y se es-
cogi a la firma "Greetey and
Hansen" de Chicago, especiali-
zada en esta clase de trabajos.
Dicha firma, entregarla al Go-
bierno junto con los planos un
Informe tcnico que ser acom-
paado a la solicitud que at
presentar al Banco Mundial
para el financlamlento de la
obra. El Gobierno de Panam
ha aprobado una partida de B.
30,000 para cubrir los gastos del
ejiudlo y del Informe tcnico
aludido.
El Ingeniero Carlos A. Guar-
dia es el representante de la
firma "Greetey and Hansen" y
sus oficinas funcionan en el lo-
cal de la Cmara de Comer-
cio. Los trabajos sobre este In-
forme han entrado en su etapa
final, como hemos informado, y
le tocar despu.'; al gobierno
formalizar la solicitud ante la
mencionada corporacin banca-
ria internacin!.
Los trabajos ta alcantarilla-
do abarca.i Lis reas suburba-
nos compirnca.-- por la Olla
del rio Curund, el barrio do
Mlraflores hasta la entrada -*
Tocumen, la seccin de Pedre-
gal y Ciudad Radial hasta el
mar y toda el rea encerrada
en ese sector que comprenden
los suburbios de la capital.
Oficialmente el Dr. Mndez
Pereira inaugur los Cursos
Universitarios ayer tarde
"Estamos aqui nuevamente y
yo estoy aqu con Uds." dijo el
Rector Dr. Octavio Mndez Pe-
reira, al Inaugurar oficialmen-
te el curso escolar 1941-19M do
la Universidad Nacional y agre-
g-
La Universidad, que ha re-
corrido mares tempestuosos, que
ha visto amenazada su auto-
noma, siempre ha triunfado...
y conserva an, su preciosa
autonoma.
Un ao ms de lucha. Un ao
ms de proyecciones en el gran
plano del futuro de la Patria.
Es un escribir en la escala de
los valores ciudadanos, el dar
a la Repblica ms egresados
universitarios que ya poseen
una conciencia nacional defi-
nida. La labor de la Universi-
dad tiende, debe tender a la
consecucin de la Integracin
de los elementos formamos de
la nacionalidad.
El Ingeniero Ricardo J. Ber-
n.dez, Profesor de la Escuela
de Arquitectura, actual Minis-
tro de Educacin y a nombre
del Profesorado, tom la pala-
bra para exponer puntos de vis-
ta referentes a la actualidad
del ramo educativo. Los planes
a seguir por el Ministerio, el
ideal perseguido por una edu-
cacin ms cnsona con la rea-
lidad social; el ramo educativo
de la Repblica adolece del
grave defecto de no tomar en
cuenta el medio. la subsisten-
cia social. Se practican an,
mtodos de enseanza que tu-
vieron vigencia en ya muy pa-
sados tiempos, no nos perca-
tamos de que la educacin, co-
mo toda la vida, es un conti-
nuo devenir y no1 un estacio-
narse. A esto es necesario a-
gregar que las relaciones edu-
cativas son casi nulas y que es
Imperioso cambiar toda la Inte-
gracin de las mismas. Que no
se ha tomado en cuenta el am-
biente fsico, las condiciones
fsicas individuales.
Sale para Italia
D. Lufei Marian!,
Ministro de Italia
Acompaado de su familia
partir esta noche para su pa-
tria, por la va aerea, el distin-
guido, y culto diplomtico don
Luigl Mariani, Enviado Extra-
ordinario y Ministro Plenipoten-
ciario de Italia en Panam,
quien al frente de los Intereses
de su patria desarroll, enti-w
nosotros, una Intensa labor do
acercamiento entre ambos pa-
ses, distinguindose como uno do
los diplomticos ms queridos y
estimados por los representantes
de la prensa nacional, por los
crculos culturales e institucio-
nes nacionales, que siempre en-
contraron en el diplomtico ita-
liano un recibimiento cordial y
una disposicin de nimo muir
singular.
La Legacin de Italia en Pa
nam fu durante la permanen-
cia de don Lulgl Mariani. la
casa de los chicos de la prensa,
con quienes mantuvo el dlplo
mtlco estrechas relaciones.
Al despedirlo muy cariosa-
mente y desearle a don Lulgl
Mariani un feliz viaje en unin
de su familia, hacemos voto
por tenerlo muy pronto de nue-
vo entre nosotros.
"La Repblica clama moribunda
por el imperio inconmovible de
la civilidad" Heliodoro Patino
Se expres en este sentido durante el
agasajo que se ofreci a Bustamante
Papl Bustamante no es esta
noche el representante de nin-
gn Partido poltico, como no
io fuera tampoco en las ge-r.as
ae la segunda semana del pa-
sado mes de Mayo y como no lo
ser ni l ni lo seremos non-
tros, cuando, en un futuro Itr-
niedlato, nos veamos precisados
a reabrir el fuego de nuestros
corazones, para hacernos eco de
los gritos angustiados de la Re-
pblica que clama moribunda
por el imperio Inconmovible de
la civilidad absoluta". Asi ex-
pres anoche el Licenciado Pa-
tino, en ocasin del agasajo de
reconocimiento al Sr. Vctor
Manuel Bustamante por su v-
llente participacin en los mo-
vimientos populares recie.ut-
mente pasados.
Publicacin de un
boletn inicia el
Depto. de Prensa
El Departamento de Prensa p
Radio del Ministerio de Gobiei-
no y Justicia, Inici la publica-
cin de un boletn oficial de in-
formacin de la marcha de la
Administracin, tal como lo a-
costumbran los anlogos en o-
tros pases.
El objeto de este boletin^H
ei de llevar a conocimiento de
las misiones diplomticas y eJH|
sulares panameas en el exto
lior, toda la informacin re*
clonada con la marcha de las
distintas ramas del GobiossH
Nacional.
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En La Estrella de Panam de hoy se hace
referencia a que los Comandantes de la Polica
Nacional indicaron el propsito de presentar re-
nuncia de sus cargos y que el Excelentsimo Sr.
Presidente de la Repblica les manifest que ellos
"eran merecedores de su confianza y que por lo
tanto continuaran en el ejercicio de sus cargos."
No cabe duda que las declaraciones aludidas tie*
nen gran importancia nacional sobre todo por ha-
ber sido formuladas en el momento en que el Sr.
Presidente departa con el Jefe Supremo de las
Fuerzas Armadas de la Repblica en el seno de
sus propios cuarteles.
Es, pues, evidente que el Militarismo continua-
r siendo en Panam el comn denominador de
todas las circunstancias. Sin embargo, cuenta nues-
tra historia con el gesto definitivo de los Presi-
dentes Daniel Chanis y Roberto F. Chiari que la
civilidad ha consagrado desde Noviembre de 1949.
Ese episodio doloroso que experiment el pas
en sus Ex-Presidentes Daniel Chanis y Roberto F.
Chiari fue la primera realizacin del imperio de
las bayonetas en nuestro pas. La vida jurdica de
la Repblica sufri su ms terrible conmocin. El
Jefe militar encontr la frmula que crey opor-
tuna para el movimiento y logr ahogar el senti-
miento cvico del pueblo que nunca crey en de-
mostraciones de "confianza" hacia las fuerzas ar-
madas.
Con anterioridad a estos sucesos de Noviem-
bre de 1948 que dieron origen a que el mundo nos
conociera como "un Estado de Polica" segn la
grfica expresin del editorial del New York Times,
ya se haban registrado hechos palpables que de-
mostraban que el poder civil estaba prcticamen-
te supeditado al control militar.
No es posible en una nota editorial hacer una
resea de todos los hechos en los cuales el milita-
rismo ha intervenido con carcter determinante
por encima del respeto que se debe al Poder Civil
del Estado y a la voluntad del pueblo panameo,
d este pueblo qu atnito contempla el panorama
nacional, porque sabe que a l le corresponde, en
ltima instancia, resolver tos problemas que se le
acumulan al pas.
Si la cortina de humo que se ha pretendido
arrojar en torno a uno de los problemas ms gra-
ves que confronta la Repblica puede haber servi-
do para ocultar temporalmente la sinceridad o la
falta de sinceridad en los propsitos que animan a
los que de una u otra parte han pensado en tal
problema, esa circunstancia no podr jams des-
truir o aminorar el peligro que seala para la suer-
te de la Repblica el ttrico pronstico del "le-
trero sobre el muro," escrito con caracteres in-
confundibles por el militarismo panameo.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
mejores programa?
Debe circunscribirse la lucha que
se libra en Corea a ese pas
WASHINGTON, mayo 28-
(U8IS)El Jefe del EsUdo Ma-
yor General de los Estados Uni-
dos, General J. Lawton Collins,
ha recalcado la Importancia de
circunscribir a Corea la lucha
que se libra en ese pais.
Al declarar ante los Comits
de Servicios Armados v Rela-
ciones Exteriores que llevan a
cabo audiencias sobre la polti-
ca de los Estados Unidos en el
Extremo Oriente, Collins dijo:
"He visto demas.udo de estas
desastrosas guerras, y creo que
debemos hacer cuanto est a
nuestro alcance y que est den-
tro de la razn para apoyar los
esfuerzos de las Naciones Uni-
das".
Collins reanud su testimo-
nio el sbado, y despus de l
declararn el Almirante Forrest
C. Sherman. Jefe de Operacio-
nes Navales, y el General Hoyt
S. Vandenberg. Jefe del Estado
Mayor de las Fuerzas Areas.
Anteriormente han declarado
en estas audiencias el General
Douglas MacArthur. el Secreta-
rio de Defensa Marshall y el Ge-
neral Omar N. Bradley. Jefe de
los Estados Mayores Conjuntos.
Interrogado acerca de las ob-
jetivos de la lucha de la ONU
en Corea, Collins dijo que "las
instrucciones bajo las cuales es-
t actuando el General Rldg-
way estn siendo revisadas por
los jefes de estados mayores, v
en breve se le Impartirn nue-
vas y definitivas instrucciones".
El General Collins continu:
"Todos sabemos que hemos
ido a Corea bajo la gida de las
Naciones Unidas y que si el con-
flicto llega a ensancharse, de-
ber ser con el pleno acuerdo
de las Naciones participantes
en la campaa de Corea".
Collins declar que el equipo
usado por los comunistas chinos
es "en su mayor parte, ruso;
parte de ese equipo es material
japons del que los rusos quita-
ron a los nipones y luego lo en-
tregaron a los chinos".
El General dijo que estaba
"convencido de que los aviones
comunistas chinos son pilotea-
dos por rusos, pero que los ru-
svs no han participado an en
la guerra coreana.
Collins dijo tambin que:
1. Los Jefes -de estado mayor
consideran que las fuerzas de
defensa de los Estados Unidos
en Alaska son adecuadas para
la defensa de ese territorio con-
tra cualquier posible ataque so-
vitico;
2. Japn debe tenerse a sal-
vo en el caso de un Intento de
conquista de parte de la Unin
Sovitica;
3. Las fuerzas de defensa de
Europa Occidental son inade-
cuadas actualmente para soste-
ner siquiera una "accin reten-
tiva" contra las fuerzas rusas
en el caso de un movimiento a-
grestvo sovitico en Europa Oc-
cidental.
El pentgono explica el alto
nmero de bajas coreanas
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2c/c de inters anual eu depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas de
primera* hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVID \D
Depsitos semanales de B .0.25; B/.0.50; B/.1.00
y B .5.00. por un perodo de cuarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panama: Ave. Central esquina coa Calle "I*
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle 7a.
HORAS:
a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
. A. De R0UX,
Administrador.
CARLOS M0UYNES V.
Son- Administrador
Sucursal en Colon
Por EDWARD J. MICHELSEN
(N. A. N. A.)
WASHINGTON, mayo 28
(EPS)Las prdidas comunistas
en la actual fase de su ofensiva
en Corea, superarn las que su-
frieron en la primera, dicen los
funcionarios del Pentgono a-
quf.
Tal prediccin se basa en un
complicado sistema para com-
Sutar el nmero de muertos y
erldos del enemigo v para coor-
dinar los informes de las fuer-
zas areas y terrestres, las uni-
dades de informacin militar y
agentes especiales que penetran
las lineas rojas.
Un nmero cada vez mayor
de soldados comunistas estn
siendo capturados e interroga-
dos. Como resultado de esto el
comando del Octavo Ejrcito sa-
be ya con alguna exactitud el
hmero de heridos que son en-
viados de nuevo a pelear tras
de las primeras curas. Pero este
detalle es rigurosamente censu-
rado al formular los clculos fi-
nales sobre el nmero de bajas.
Un funcionarlo del Pentgo-
no que estuvo peleando en Co-
rea explica asi el mtodo segui-
do para llegar a las conclusio-
nes que se suministran s la
prensa:
Generalmente, las patrullas
cuentan los cuerpos de soldados i
enemigos cados en su sector, j
Esta informacin llega primero
al nivel de las compaas, le-1
go al de los batallones, final-'
mente es reunida y cuidadosa-
mente revisada en los niveles.
superiores. Luego se la confron-
ta con la informacin dada por
los servicios areos.
Esta ltima Informacin siem-
pre es conservadora. En algunos
casos es la primera que se reci-
be y tiene que ser comparada
con los datos recogidos por las
unidades terrestres. Tal ocurre,
por ejemplo, cuando son bom-
bardeadas grandes concentra-
clones de tropas enemigas. Se
inform que el enemigo haba
perdido un regimiento y un ba-
talln.
Los jefes militares norteame-
ricanos conceden gran impor-
tancia al hecho de que los co-
munistas chinos tratan ahora
de sepultar a sus muertos, cuan-
do esto ea posible. Antes de su
reciente ofensiva este detalle
no les preocupaba. Las declara-
clones de los comunistas hechos
prisioneros ponen de relieve que
los chinos tratan actualmente
de ocultar el nmero de sus ba-
jas.
Lps fuerzas de las Naciones U-
nldas estn examinando ahora
a los muertos comunistas para
determinar cmo trataron los
mdicos rojos a los heridos. Esto
tiene por objeto establecer la
clase de tratamiento mdico que
los comunistas estn recibiendo.
Los informes sobre bajas, tan-
to comunistas como de las Na-
ciones Unidas, son transmitidos
al Pentgono 24 horas despus
de cada batalla. Las bajas ene-
migas se comunican "sujetas a
revisin". No puede saberse, na-
turalmente, el nmero de comu-
nistas heridos que ms tarde
vuelven a integrarse a sus li-
neas.
Pero en general no se hacen
revisiones, porque las cifras da-
das son siempre conservadoras.
AVISO
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio da.
Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las 10'
en punto de la maana del dia 13 de Junio del ao en CWrr
por el suministro de ARTCULOS DE DEPORTE para uso d(
la Direccin Oeneral de Educacin Fsica del Ministerio tl-
Educacln.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesado
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 30 de Mayo de 1951.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras,
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
MARIO CAL II..
Secretario del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Solicita permiso
la Panagra para
vuelos directos
WASHINGTON, Junio lo.
(UP). Las empresas W. R.
Grace y Pan-American Grace
Airways presentaron escritos a
la Junta Aeronutica Civil en
que solicitan que dicho orga-
nismo conceda permiso tempo-
ral para que los aviones de la
Panagra hagan vuelos directos
desde la costa occidental de Sur
Amrica y Nueva York y acu-
san a la Pan-American World
Airways de tratar de Impedir
la concesin del permiso como
parte de sus esfuerzos para lo-
grar el monopolio de la avia-
cin comercial en Estados U-
nldos.
La Pan American tambin
present un escrito en que so-
licita a la Junta que apresure
sus Investigaciones sobre el con-
venio para el Intercambio de
equipo entre la Pan American
y la Eastern Airlines para uti-
lizar aviones Panagra y deje sin
efecto el convenio similar entre
la Panagra y la National Air-
lines.
La W. R. Grace, al acusar a
la Pan American de monopolio,
refuta en realidad una acusa-
cin similar hecha anterior-
mente por la Pan American de
?ue la W. R. Grace trataba de
avorecer a la Grace Line en
detrimento de la Panagra.
La W. R. Grace y la Pan
American son propietarias por
partes Iguales de la Panagra y
las diferencias entre ambas se
ha agudizado debido a las ges-
tiones para que los aviones de
la Panagra vuelen directamen-
te hasta Nueva York en vez
de terminar sus vuelos en Mia-
mi, como lo hacen en la actua-
lidad.
Por su parte, la National Air-
lines afirm que las "objecio-
nes obstruccionistas e hipertc-
nicas" de la Pan American ha-
ban sido formuladas con el
nico fin de demorar la deci-
sin de la Junta.
La Grace dice en su escrito
que "la conducta de la Pan
American en el pasado y el pre-
sente atestigua qe ha utilizado
y seguir utilizando toda tc-
tica obstruccionista concebible
para coartar la competencia y
preservar su monopolio con in-
diferencia por la conveniencia y
necesidades del pblico".
RED
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Melodas sureas
Carrousel musical
Grandes organistas
del mundo
Noticiero RPA
Nuestros artistas
Serenata de las Americas
con Solis y Gmez
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Acordes porteos
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En el mundo de los
Clsicos
Buenas noches
El General DeGaulle espera
obtener la victoria en las
elecciones del 18 de Julio
DOMINGO
la
A.M.
8:00 Buenos das
8:03 Almanaque de
Panamericana.
8:30 Valses favoritos
8:45 Espaoleras
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 Concierto Matinal
10:00 Estampas mexicanas
10:15 Msica venezolana
10:30 Cancionero de la maana
H: o Sortee de la Lotera Nal.
11:15 Msica tpica
11:30 Pedro Vargas
11:45 Acordes porteos
12:00 Msica de saln
P.M.
12:15 Xavier Cugat y su Orq.
12:30 Intermedio popular
12:50 La Fiesta Hi pie de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:16 Carrera
1:30 Johnny Albino
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteo!
3:16 Carrera
Por LIONEL SHAPIRO
(N. A. N. A.)
PARIS, mayo 28(EPS)Una
vez ms los ojos de Francia se
posan en el general Charles de
Gaulle. "El gran Carlos" est
llevando una campaa en todo
el pas, con la fe y el aire d
un mstico, una especie de mo-
derno "Juan de Arco", absolu-
tamente convencido de que las
elecciones del 17 de Junio le ins-
talarn como lider de la nacin
francesa y como el hombre ele-
gido por el destino para desol-
verle a Francia su antigua for-
taleza y gloria.
Hay algo enigmtico en cuan-
to a de Gaulle. Es su completa
confianza en la victoria. Los
mejores observadores polticos
le conceden a su partido, Reu-
nin del Pueblo Francs, slo
una ligera posibilidad de elegir
suficientes diputados para ob-
tener el control del gobierno;
con todo, de Gaulle sostiene la
magnfica pose de supremo a-
pstol de las glorias francesas.
Rehusa hacer alianzas polti-
cas; desdea cuestiones electo-
rales tan fundamentales como
el alza de los precios, el des-
asosiego cada vez mayor en las
filas obreras y la necesidad de
una reforma contributiva. En
vez de esto, se presenta ante e
normes multitudes en su senci-
llo uniforme de general y habla
en trminos msticos del alma
francesa, de su gloria militar,
tel lugar que le corresponde ea
la primara- linea de las nacio-
nes del mundo.
Aquellos que le conocen inti-
mamente dicen que no se trata
de una pose, que es sincero en
su actitud, que una derrota el
17 de junio le romperla el co-
razn. Por eso, dicen ellos, se
niega a darles crdito a los pro-
fetas polticos, que ven una vic-
toria de la coalicin de centro,
compuesta de socialistas, radi-
cal-socialistas y el Movimiento
Republicano Popular. No se per-
mite a si mismo que le aparten
por un momento siquiera de su
completa fe en que el pueblo
francs le ver el salvador po-
litico de la nacin y actuar
en consecuencia al concurrir a
las urnas.
La diferencia entre de Gaulle
y sus principales adversarios-
Pie ven, Queullle, Herriot y o-
tros lderes del centroestriba
en que lo que es prctico y lo
que no lo es. Los lderes de la
coalicin contemplan a Francia
con los oos abiertos. Saben que
(rasa a ta eaa.na o. tot
Saldeos
SAL HEPTICA f
Durante la primera fase de la
presente ofensiva comunista so
calcul el nmjro de muertos
enemigos en 36,000. Una semana
despus pudo comprobarse, de
diversos modos, que era exacta-
mente el doble, 72,000.
En estos momentos, afirman
los funcionarlos militares, los
comunistas chinos estn sufrien-
do muchas ms bajas que en la
primera fase de su ofensiva.
Existe la seguridad de que el to-
tal ser muchsimo ms alto que
e^nterior^ ^m^
Cuando
los nios
Nsdi oac tomar. Frtele* VapoRuk
Aa. eomo cataplaana, mtatrS
sus vapores irtfcmaks alivian las
* \Dolwes4kAliwranaa
mum, morraai, lili mm i,
tarnu xUrau, no ufra , .f JT.
sa^er^^vW^
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le gusta... la cae bien..
La bebida aristocrtica
precio popular.
EL COMISARIATO TAGAROPULOS, S.A.
se complace eo anunciar a su distinguida clientela
que acaba de recibir las siguientes mercancas:
Sirope italiano en botellas 'ORZATA' 'MOTTA', 'AMARENA'
Salaminlto "Miln" (italiano legtimo).
Salami Extra "Milan" (italiano legitimo).
Salami "Copa" Mortadela (ita'lana).
Sardinas en sal "Sicilian".
Filetes de anchoas portuguesas en latas de II os. y s'i es.
Caviar raso "Romanof" Caviar Rojo Taranta, 7!4 er
Halves (Halwash) Fava Beans (Habas)
Aceitunas preparadas er frascos "Re Rita".
Peperoncini griego en frascos de 1 I.
Pistachio Nats de 1 lb. y H Ib.
Blurour (Trigo molido).
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porque ha encontrado
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As lo declara el Embajador
Extraordinario de EL UU. er
Pars, Phillip G. Jessup
PARIS, Junio 2 (USIS) la
Unin Sovitica est tratando
de bloquear los esfuerzos de pa?
de las Naciones Unidas para
solucionar el conflicto coreado,
de acuerdo con lo que decmra
el embajador extraordinario de
los Estados Unidos. Phillip C
Jessup.
Este cargo lo hizo Jessup l
martes durante otra serie de
reuniones en las cuales los e.-
legados de Estados Unidos,
Francia, Gran Bretaa y Rusia
han estado tratando sobr,! el
temario de una posible confe-
rencia de cancilleres. Dssp-s
de una sesin de cuatro h
y media en la cual no e'o'-u-
vleron resultados, loa delegados
decidieron reunirse de nuevo l
Jueves.
El asunto de Cora entr a
formar parte de las discusio-
nes despus de que el delegado
sovitico, .Andrei Gromyko, dijo:
" Todos sabemos que las rela-
ciones entre el Soviet y el Oeste
lian empeorado" desde la crea-
cin de la Organizacin del A-
V*-(rn ri*' Norte. Jeaaup vn-
lest que l.por su parte podra
mencionar la fecha especifica
tn que esas relaciones comeiw-
ion a empeorar, 28 de Junio de
1950.
En esa fecha,' dijo Jessup, st
desat la brutal y no provocada
agresin de-de atrs de la eor-
tina de hierro contra la Rep-
blica de Corea Se produjo en
momentos en que un informe :'.c
una Comisin de Us Naci..e.'.
Unidas demostraba la postura
enteramente pacifista de la-Re-
pblica.
Despus, Jiasup hizo a Qr>-
myko las siguientes preguntas;
Qu potencia estableci ei r-
gimen de .-(tarea del Norte?
Quin aqiestr sus ejercitas?
Qun controlaba el terslloy.o
desde el cual se iniciaron los
ataques?
Despus de emprendida la -
gresin; continu diciendo Je-
ssup. la Unin Sovitlca-ha es*
tado tratando de bloquear los
procesos pacficos de las Natio-
i.es Unidas, en la misma forma
en que ha estado tratando de
blqque'ar, el proceso de la reu-
nion de vicecancilleres;
La resistencia roja aminora
el avance aliado en Corea
Las grandes bajas sufridas
por el enemigo han creado
grave problema en sus filas
ESPINILLAS
WASHINGTON. Junio lo.
i USIS) La resistencia eoiuu-
.;lsta roja, que en los ltoos
d'ts se hace njs fuerte, esta *-
minorando el rito del avar.'e
general de las fuerzas de a*
Naciones Unidas en Corea, I:--
forma el Departamento de De-
fensa.
El Almirante Forrest P. Wur-
man". Jefe de Operaciones Na\a-
es inform que las fuerzas de
j* ONU que han estado avar.-
rando hacia el Norte desde !-
< varios dias "estn encontrsn-
'.c ahora una resistencia muyu'-
me", particularmente en la cx-
tiemldad occidental de la linea
de batalla, que se extiende ad
travs de la cintura de la "-
r.inula coreana.
Sherman dio la informacin
en el curso de su testimonio an-
te la comisin del senado q'ie
lleva a cabo audiencias en rela-
cin con la poltica de EE. UJ
en el Extremo Oriente.
Al Almirante se le solicit qur
diera a los senadores un suma-
rio de 103 ltimos acontecimien-
tos en Corea. Indic que ir.s
fuerzas de la ONU han penelia-
do hasta 26 millas al Norte d?l
Paralelo 38 en algunos punios.
Cijo que los chinos estn ao-
ra efectuando contraataques
Los- informes recibidos de Corea
urante los ltimos dias expll-
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B. 100.00
1 Sr. Jacinto Rusto, Gerente de la Bodega Liberal, entrega al
Sr. Mauricio Juan Piln un cheque de B/.100.00 del concurso
MONTEZUMA. El Sr. Piln compr en la BODEGA LIBERAL
una botella de MONTEZUMA con el boleto No. 1628 que
sali en el primer premio el Domingo 13 de Mayo de 1951.
MONTEZUMA LICOR DE CALIDAD
Sherman es partidario del
bloqueo naval a la China
WASHINGTON, Junio lo.
'USIS> El Almirante Forrest
O. Sherman ha expresado la es-
peranza de que se instituya "un
t ectlvo bloqueo naval y comer-
cial de los puertos chinos por
las Naciones Unidas".
Sherman expres esta opinin
< n una declaracin ante la co-
misin del senado que Invcsi!-
3a lo relativo a la poltica c:e
LE. UU. en el Extremo Oriente.
Dijo que el bloqueo econmico
de China pedido reclentemei.te
por EE. UU. a la ONU ha reco-
cido las importaciones de este
caa, pero agreg que era parti-
dario de un bloqueo ms com-
pleto, el cual podra imponerse a
un "agresor declarado" como sai.
rin segn se contempla en es
Artculos 41 y 42 de la Carta de
.as Naciones Unidas-
Sherman hizo hincapi en que
al' no crea en que seria acon-
sejable un bloqueo naval unllai':-
al porEE. UU. Dijo que si las Na
clones Unidas declaran el clo-
queo naval, los rusos proba.,:-
can que el enemigo se hallata
tan atareado.en la retirada em-
prendida a raz de su desgra-
eiada ofensiva de prlmavji-..
que no 'naba tenido tiempo .ae
contraatacar.
Mi e n t r a s tanto, el General
Matthew Rldgway, jefe del te-
mando Unificado de la ONU.
dijo.en mensaje especial pa'.a
las Naciones Unidas que las a-
bruraadoras bajas sufridas por
el enemigo estn creando an
gravsimo problema en sus fi-
las. Despachos de prensa pro-
cedentes de Tokio declaran que
el General Rldgway h mani-
festado que la informacin ob-
tenida de los chinos reciente-
mente capturados indica que. la
desercin se ha constituido cu
un serlo problema-
El General manifest qoe es
claro que an cuando los comu-
nistas chinos han sufrido enor-
mes bajas, al ser rechazada su
ltima ofensiva, tienen todava
potencial humano para una i'.e
va accin agresiva en el futuro.
Asegur, sin embargo que clal
fuere su fuerza, Jams lograran
desalojar a las Naciones Umdna
de Corea.
Despachos del Extremo Oii-:n
te dicen que tropas comunitJS
reforzadas han estado peleando
salvajemente para contener lor.
avances de la ONU por los cua-
tro sectores principales. A pt.ar
k estos contraataques rojoj. as
fuerzas de !a ONU han avanza-
do varias millas en algunos
puntos. Los informes dicen que
U',000 comunistas han. sido cap-
turados desde el 22 de abril, fe-
cha en la cual se Inici la'lit-
ma ofensiva.
.nente lo respetarn como .han
'espetado el de Corea.
"Si los Estados Unidos decla-
ran un bloqueo unilateralnun-
ce, los rusos podrian no respe-
tarlo, y es concebible' que pi.-
iiieran oponersa al mismo por la
fuerza".
En otra declaracin, Sherman,
,ulen es miembro del estado n.a
yor conjunto, expres la apro-
bacin de la poltica militar i.ue
re sigue con respecto a Corea.
"Creo" dijo "que estamos
procediendo correctamente al
tratar de evitar que los comu-
nistas chinos se abran paso cr.
Corea, destruyndoles su ejer-
cito, o. para usar-una expresin
mas frecuente, infligindoles b--
!as a su personal y material.
Creo que este es el plan que o-
;'rece mejor oportunidad de al-
canzar un xito local y nos per-
mita poner fin a esa lucha en
particular".
En2
Aos
NoAsma___
randlflo. taba an cama mift-lando d
sido U kilo, da pobo, aufrla da la-
uaa a.mllcoa qu* la ahorabn r mi.
* SffW" orm''-. r ya caal habla
!."! ? Ia ?">* < ulr tM-
ndo u nooha nua uno Mandato falo
a. 1,0 corilot apaamoa aamlicoa Ka
lo Mita paaadoa no ba Tuollo a
tanto sito ofroolendo dar a loa
Kriantm ryaplrarlon foll y libra -n
otm. Pida Mandaeo n cualqul.r
farmacia hoy mimo y too. lo blra
jua dormir aata, aoobo y cunto
mejor ao
on tlrt,
maana.
Las reservas de Petrleo que
hay en Irn son ms grandes
que las de todo norteamrica
LA HAYA, Junio lo. (UPi U:i
ptuto petrolero afirm que las
reservas de petrleo de irn v
del resto del Medio Oriente 'son
probablemente mayores que las
de tdo el continente norteame-
ricano".
Ese declaracin fue hecha an-
te el tercer congreso mundial
del petrleo por el doctor C. M.
Lees, de la Anglo-Iranian Oil
Co., de Irn, quien no aludi
al conflicto de su empresa con
el Gobierno de Irn porque el
Congreso ha prohibido hablar
de cuestiones polticas.
Despus de decir que el Me-
dio Oriente "puede convertirse
en centro de la produccin mun-
dial de petrleo en un futuro
cercano". Lees calcula las re-
servas del Medio Oriente en ur'
total de 200 mil millones de ba.
rrlles y las norteamericanas ei
28 mil millones de barriles.
t.
Aadi que el descubrimien-
to de nuevos yacimientos en lo?
Estados Unidos pueden elevar j
ese total a 100 mil millones d("
barriles, pero lo mismo puede"
suceder en el Medio Oriente.
SU PELO
Ptri con serrar ni pelo aseado. liveiel'
:on PIOJINA. Piojina asea y bermoaea e
-bello; alivia picazones y erupciones leve
n la cabexa y en el cuerpo; cicatriza am
'ollas y rajaduras en los pies, destruye para i
itos en las cabria y partes vellosas. Cosnpri
iOH.VA en su botica.
n dormir aat nocbi
Mendaco
LA SOCIEDAD ITALIANA
DE BENEFICENCIA
invita a. todos los italianos y amigos de
Italia, a la reunin del da 2 de Junio,
a las 8 p.m. para celebrar el ANIVER-
SARIO DE IA REPBLICA ITALIANA. /
a
Presenciar, invitado de honor, el
Sr. Ministro de Italia en Panam. /
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HORIZONTALES:
1Reposicin.
4Nombre de varn.
8Caso de pronombre.
12Altar.
13Defuncin.
14Letra castellana.
15Tropas de refuerzo en
fuertes militares.
17Para lustrar el calzado.
IftRepeticin de sonido, Pl.
30Signo aritmtico,
lIntersticio de la piel.
$3Descendientes de Agar.
tiDel verbo asomar, Inv.
39Agarraderas.
|0Letra castellana.
11Flor herldica.
S2Del verbo calar.
JHCabeza de ganado.
5Preposicin inglesa.
5 Natural de Mauretanla.
VCerro en medio de un llano
J8Torbellino de aire o agua.
Bnico. Inv.
-De aliarse.
IPruebe un vino.
-Punto de la bveda celeste.
i Casos gramaticales.
IMetal precioso.
pGrueso, corpulento.
-Remuevo la tierra con
el arado.
PArcu^ Pl.
Sin compaa, Pl.
Beb|da a|pobQl|ca.
! VERTICALES:
JUna pareja,
tRece.
SLadrones al descuido.
Figura geomtrica.
6Gruesa.
6Igual al 31 horizontal.
JPreposicin inglesa.
8Que tiene soberana.
Natural de Letonia.
lp Ave corredora.
11Hoja purgante.
16Igual al 19 horizontal.
18Letra castellana, Pl.
20Residencia, morada.
21Relativo a los poros.
22Deja fuera.
24Medida Inglesa de capaci-
dad.
25Del verbo operar.
28Cerebro. Pl.
28Ministros de la Iglesia.
33Composicin para ser
cantada por una sola voz.
34Substituir, dar. relevo.
36Del verbo moler.
38Ave antillana de plumaje
negro.
40Extremidades de ciertos
Snma|es.
uesla de up astro.
45Mopte de Grecia.
46Planta hortense.
47Etapa, jornada.
48Contraccin.
49Metal precioso.
50Baile cubano.
5JSmbolo del bora.
Se conceden becas para alumnos
de las Escuelas Secundarias
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25*
El Ministerio de Educacin
expidi Ayer los Resueltos por
(os cuales concede becas a va-
rios alumnos para cursar el Se-
gundo Ciclo Secundarlo y hacer
studios en la Universidad, cu-
yos nombres y colegia doo>
harn U estudios damos a
continuar ion:
Instituto Nacin) Rafael A.
Moscote, para el Instituto Na-
ciopal; Lionel Luque, par el
Instituto Nacional; Re in mar
Tejelra, para el Instituto Na-
cional-
Liceo de Seoritas Elba J.
Urea. para el Instituto Nacio-
nal; Jeanette Reley, para la
Escuela Profesional; Ana Ra-
quel Vsquez, para el Institu-
to Nacional.
Escuela Normal J. D. Arose-
mena Valentin Corrales, para
la Escuela Normal J. D. A.";
Dioscorldes Corrales, para la
Escuela Normal J. D. A."; Con-
suelo Serrano, para Ja Escuela
Profesional.
Colegio Abel Bravo Lanuza
Rangel, para el colegio Abel
Bravo; Bcott Elena, para la Es-
cuela Normal "J. D A."
Colegio Flix Olivares Gus-
tavo Landaw, para el Instituto
Nacional; EUcsnia Tijerlno, pa-
ra la Escuela Normal "J.D.A.";
Evila Maria Quintero, para la
Escuela Normal "J. D. A."
Escueja Secundaria de Chitr
Ada Judith Gonzalez, para
la Escuela Normal "J. D. A-";
Nimia Isabel Snchez, para el
Instituto Nacional; Brunllda E-
mrita Polo, para la Escuela
Normal "J. D. A"
Escuela Secundarla de Las
Tablas Teiva Graciela Diaz,
par la Escuela Normal "J. D.
A."; Jtenla Barrios, para la Es-
cuela Normal "i. D. A.": Elvla
Ester Soriano, para la Escuela
Normal "J. D. A."
Primer Ciclo de Penonom
Rita Cecilia Quilos para la Es-
cuela Normal "J. D. A."; Leti-
cia Vega, para la Escuela Nor-
mal "f. D- A"; Rosario Arse-
mena, pata la Escuela Normal
J D. A."
Primer Ciclo de La Chorre-
ra Bisa M. Lee. para el Ins-
tituto Nacional: Luis H. Cen-
ci, para el Instltutp Nacional;
Mana I. Valverde, para el Ins-
tituto Nacional.
Primer Ciclo de Bocas del
Toro Jos Gallardo, para la
Escuela Mormal "J. D. A"; Nel-
va Chiu, para la Escuela Pro-
fesional; Sara Snchez, para
I Escuela "J- D. A".
Primer Clcjo de Aguadulce
Irma Italia Monteverde, para el
Instituto Nacional; Emma Rei-
na Tejera, para el Instituto Na-
cional; Diogenes Senz, para el
Instituto Nacional.
Primer Ciclo de La Palma
Justa Isabel Peral-
ta, para la Escuela Normal "J.
D. A."; Eulogi Bocanegra, pa-
ra la Escuela Normal "J. D. A";
Adelaida Valdesplno. para la
Escuela Normal "'J D. A"
Primer Ciclo de La Concep-
cin Octavio Arauz, para la
Escuela Normal "J D. A."; Ol-
medo Chavarria, para la Es-
cuela Normal "J. D. A."; Eduar-
do J. del Cid, para la Escue-
la Normal "J. D. A"
Concdase bacas para cursar
estudios en la Universidad de
Panam, a los siguientes aium-
Alta Prisin Sanguneo
fll I Alt FrialA Banrulnea W
usa wriH, !> aa caaaia, IReultad para
reaplrar. InSif aatla, aalpltai lonti
tobillo* inflamadoi. t'd. puede loara*
alivio caal Inatantnao da aatoa atn-
Inmai elleroaaa coa HTNOX. Pida
1IYNOX an au farmacia favorita ha?
mlama 7 aa aanllri a*o aaaa )a>
antro da ooa da*.
os:
Del Instituto Nacional Vi-
cente Pascual. Juan Jcrc Gutie-
rrez, Emilia Rivera
De la Escuela ProfeMonal
Vllma Chlzmar, Lionel Belgra-
ve, Juan J- Herazo.
De )s Escuela de Artes y
Oficios "Melchor Lasso de la
Vega" Carlos Troncoso, An-
tonio Chin, Constantino Nieto.
Colegio Abel Bravo Evering
Beryl, Clarence Beecher, Loney
Escuela Normal "J. D. Aro-
setnena" Arlstbulo Magno
Alvarez. Consuelo Tempone, Ar-
noldo Masters, Laurentlno Gu-
difto Bazn. w .
Del Instituto de Artes Meca-
nicas de Divisa Ruben P-
rez Kantule. Julio Csar Sucre,
Luis C. Fernndez.
Celebr reunin de
padres de familia
escuela de Capira
Interesante result la reunin
que el Club de Padres de Fami-
lia de la escuela Federico Boyd
celebr el jueves veinticuatro.
Se trataron all asuntos de im-
portancia para el desarrollo e-
ucatlvo, cultural y materia} de
la comunidad. Tanto el Director
como sus maestras hicieron u*
so de la palabra para agracien
la asiateneia a la reunin. HS
merosa concurrencia asisti a
ete acto, luego solicitaron a los
uadi-es de familia su ampiU
cooperapuin para poder obtener
el menor numero de tardanzas,
una" mayor asistencia y un c.
tundo xito al terminar el ao
lectivo.
Se propuso el nombramiento
de Directiva, en atencin a cue
el ao lectivo acaba de Iniciarse.
Teniendo en cuenta la Uor
desplegada por e| Club durante
el a"o pasado, se acord resie-
go- la directiva, ya que gracia-.
a su atinada direccin el Clu'o
realiz con xito muchsimas
actividades.
Para este ao hay pendiente*
varias obras, como la construc-
cin de un crematorio; para e-
lio hay ya el sitio, un pequeo
fondo de sesenta y siete balices
los rieles que podran necc'.-
tarse, el zinc v las vigas de ma-
cera; falta slo qua se cornier-
ce la obra. Un parque infantil;
para sto hay un fondo de o-
ihenta y cinco balboas (83-00)
bolo falta nivelar el terreno por
un Ingeniero para darle lutgo
curso a sta-
Lamentan la muerte del Sr.
Juan Bautista Urriola 0.
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Donde las seoras aprenden
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Se nos ha enviado la siguien-
te resolucin para su pu-ii-
cacin; ,.
RESOLUCIN No. 8
De 28 de Mayo de 1951, por
la PISl Ce lamenta la mucre
ce un benemrito natariege
El Consejo Municipal drl Dis-
trito de Nata, en uso de sus
lacultades legales y
CONSIDERANDO:
lo Que el da 27 de los co-
rrientes dejo de existir en la
ciudad de Aguadulce 1 Ser.or
Juan B Urriola Ocaa hijo i-
lustre de este pueblo.
2o. Que el extinto fu en to-
do tiempo pn hijo amantisimo
6e este suelo que lo vio nau-r
3o Que por su caballerosi-
dad y don de gente al igual que
por espritu desprendido y cari-
tativo se hizo acreedor a la si-
ta estimacin de sus coterr-
neos.
4o. Que el entinto prest a
U pueblo nata* importantes cr
vicios en diferentes cargos p-
blicos, ya como miembro del
Consejo Municipal, como Ajen-
ie Fiscal como Alcalde Munici-
pal del Distrito, ya como Gober-
nador de la Provincia, cargos o:
los cueles imprimi el sello de
su honradez y consagracin, >
5o Que en la guerra de los
tfill dias osup puesto prepon-
derante en defensa de su credo
Jberal que defendi con bja!-
aia, mereciendo el grado de Te-
niente CoronH
RESUELVE:
lo. Lamentar como en o."cc-
lp lamenta la sensible desapari-
cin de tan benemrito hijo le
Nati.
2o. Qoe es un deber de eat
Municipalidad eutar las virtu-
des del extinto como dignas de
ejemplo a las generaciones fu-
turas.
Jo Enviar una delega^lJn
en representacin de este Cun-
.'cjo Municipal para que a nom-
bre de Nata, su querido pueble
coloque una ofrenda floral en
su tumba como testimonio df
la pina que embarga a' toos
l;.s natarlegoi y
4o. Enviar copla de esta He-
polucin a los deudos del extin-
to con nota de estilo.
Dado en Nata a los ventlclnco
cas del mes de Mayo de mil
novecientos cincuenta y uno.
Horacio Airo
Presidente del Consejo
Municipal
R. R. Rerrecal
Secretario
RESOLUCIN N. 14
(i$ K8 4o Maye de 1M1;
Por la cual se lamenta la de-
saparicin del distinguido cm
<;aciano Don Juan Bautista U-
rriola Ocaa.
El Consejo Municipal del Dis-
trito de Aguadulce, en uso de
sus facultades legales; y
CONSIDERANDO:
Que en el da de ayer falleci
en esta ciudad Don Juan Bau-
tista Urriola Ocaa;
Que el extinto ocup varios
puestos destacados en la Pro-
vincia y que en el desempeo
de cada uno de ellos puso a
prueba su ijepradez acrisolada
^ su ms puro patriotismo;
QUE DOBLE!
CECILIA HOY
La farsa musical en colores
ms divertida y melodiosa!
El Japn nunca vio nada
P-----id" "1 Ud. tampoco!
Que en su vida privada na
ciado en! todo tiempo ejemp.os
edificantes; y
Que es obligacin de las Cor-
poraciones Municipales destacar
las virtudes ciudadanas ce
nuestros hombres pblicos.
RESUELVE :
lo- Lamentar como en erec-
to se lamenta, la muerte dsl
distinguido ciudadano don Juan
Bautista Urriola Ocaa.
2o.^ Recomendar sus virtu-
des a las generaciones presentes
y futuras.
So Asistir en Cuerpo a loe
funerales del caballero desapa-
recido y enviar con nota de ci-
tiio, copla autntica de esta t-
nolucln, a la viuda y demos
familiares del extinto.
Dada en la ciudad de Agua-
dulce, a los veintiocho das ael
mes de Mayo de mil novecientas
cincuenta y tino.
A. Pauline Jan
Presidente
O. Qqlrs
El Secretario
RESOLUCIN No. 1
El Personal Docente de la Es-
cuela Espaa.
CONSIDERANDO:
lo Que ha dejado de exis-
tir, en la ciudad de Aguadulce,
el Seor Dpn Juan Urriola t>.
ilustre hijo de este pueblo;
2o. Que el extinto sirvi al
pas en importantes cargos p-
blicos, a saber: Alcalde Muni-
cipal del Distrito de Nata, A-
gente Fiscal, Concejal de eote
distrito y soldado de la Inde-
pendencia con el grado de Te-
niente Coronel, y
So. Que el Seor Don Juin
B. Urriola O-, supo en todo mo-
mento granjearse el cario y
simpatas de los natariegos ppr
No Oye Bien?
mft ua*.r.,,u.,1 ",* "^r
NORMAS
"Loa canpaga
teirse a ta eae _
4u Mrtt'M (wrVNJaaticis. Oaaoi
""a al paMMic* les Mut
y netleias mas Interesante* tn
afecten a la comunidad En ab-
soluto se trata da ana opartn.
nialad para heer determinadas
campana oolittfaa.
fagina a cargo da
JOS A. OAJAB ESCALA
CORRESPONSALES
arism
(. MLSAa-i,M SaNtrr. L. T
L B6AL8m. OMuUa Ononu

plbaM n
BOOUntOM-Anloato Blaa
^SSS ^^SU-s^a^
suakahejttt mi* a.a.i.
'As ,ABLAfclo. a.unim aesaafat
su honradez, civismo y gran &-
mor a este su pueblo.
RESUELVE:
Jo Lamentar hondameata
la desaparicin de ste honrado
y desinteresado servidor de Ja
Patria y recomendar sus virtu-
des cvicas a las nuevas gene-
raciones ;
2o Expresar nuestras sen-
tidas condolencias a la Bra. Lo-
na Evella O. vda. de Urrioja, a
sus hermanos: Ignacio, Pedro,
Flix Urriola y dems deudo; v
So. Bnvjar a su tumba a
ofrenda floral y remitir co,:i
de esta resoJuc|p a su viuda y
lamilUrea y la que ser aus-
gada por una comisin del Pit*
jtonal Docente.
Dado en Nata, a les ventloch
olas del mes de mayo de r.U
novecientos cincuenta y uno- ,
El Personal Docente, ,'
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SBADO. JUNIO 2, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEFENDIENTB
PAGINA CINCO
Informe pira U mcco te reciben en la
rsed
*
Jjtocial
Telaran t-sw
accin
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: g:M 10:M a.m.
Apartido IN
Almuerzo en El Panam
8, E. e] Embajador del Ecua-
dor, seflor Sixto Duran Bailn.
ofreci ayer un almuerzo en i
Hotel El Panama, para agasa-
jar H. E. el Ministro de Sue-
cia, en Panam y Ecuador, se-
or Brynplf Eug y gahora.
quienes encuentran actual-
mente en nuestra capital.
Cocktail
Bu honor de S, E. el MJllJ'
tro de Sueeig, seor Brynoif
Eng y s*fiora, quienes llegaron
recientemente de Quito, el Con-
fu Genera) de Suecia, aeur
r;arl Axel Janaen y seora Wtfn
C, de Janaen ofrecieren aynr
un cocktail en el Hotel El Pa-
nam.
,CaWa
U ur. Octavio Mender Pe-
i reir y sefjor* Lu O. de Men-
i c/. o rociaron anoche una co-
mida en au residencia, en ho-
nor da B. E- el Ministro de Gua-
temala, stor Osear Bentuz
Bone, Un grupo de sus amis-
tades asisti adsmas a tete
agasajo. ^_
Buffet
Para atasajar a un I'upo de
su amistades, el ssftor tfcneld
c. Orate y awra ofrecieron
anoche un buffet, an su resi-
dencia.
Matrimonie T*al4e Jehnsen
Enviamos nuestras congratu
laclonts al stAor Tttx E. Typal-
dee Duque y seora Lonlse
Johnson de Typaldos, quienes
contrajeron hoy matrimonio en
ia Santa Iglesia de St. Arns,
en Springfield, Missouri.
Del Chik I Urmtricano
de Mujeres
Se recuerda por este medio
a todas las socias del c j.m. de
Panam, oue el lunes 6 de Ju-
nio, sern las elecciones para
la nueva Junta Directiva, Lee
votos debern ser depositados
en la oficina dd club, de 9 a.m.
a s p.m. durante l da lunes.
Da la lista de panameas, pu-
ra la junta directiva, podr vo-
tar por 6 principales y 2 su-
plentes v de la lista de norte-
americanas podrn votar por 6
principales y 3 suplentes.. Pa-
ra las integrantes de la Junta
asesora podrn votarse 2 por
Fanam y 5 por la Zona dei
Canal y debern marcarse con
la letra. A. Durante todo el
da lunes estarn presentes en
las oficinas del club varias da-
mas a quien se les ruega pi-
dan cualquier Informacin.
Para les Estajos Unido
Grato paseo le deseamos al
aenor Oliver HendricKson y se-
ora Edlth Arlas de Hendrlck-
on, quienes siguieron hoy ha-
cia Miami,
Sra. Laura Q. de RendoU,
Brta. Marie Dunham.
Adelaida Escarreola.
Sr. Erasmo Mndes.
Nio Xavier de la Guardia
Alemn.
Nio .Tos Luis Fernndez Jr.
Nia Blanca Estella Calvo.
tumpleaft: de Maana
Sra. Lulaa Ins de Pbrega.
Sra. Zita O. de Stanziola.
Srta. Baby Carles Orlmaido.
De ios lisiados Unidos
Grata estada Je deseemos al
seftor Mirlo rbtrj y seora
Hayde Alvarado de Urblni,
quienes se encuentran pasando
varios das entre nosotros, hos-
pedado en el Hotel El Panama,
de paso para Costa Rica.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebran en esta fecha el
quinto aniversario de su matri-
monio el seor Tomas Gerardo
Buque y seora Olga z. de
uque. Los felicitamos.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al seor Ramn
Garcia de Paredes y seora
Ocleray C. de Garcia de Pare-
des por el advenimiento do una
niflita, ocurrido en el Hospital
Panam. *
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos al seor Alfonso La-
vergn, quien sufre quebran-
tos de salud en el Hospital Pa-
nama.
Se encuentra recluido en la
Clnica San Fernando e\ seor
Ramon Abada. Ojal mejore
pronto.
Solemnes Cultos en Honor de)
Sagrad* Corazn de Jess en
la Capilla del ,'oleg-io de las
Esclavas del Sagrado Cora-
sen de Jess.
Domingo 3 de junio: A las
I 30 y a las g B. Misa rezada.
A las B a.m. S. Misa cantada.
I A las 4:30 sermn por ei R. P.
I Florentino Idoate 6. J. Rector
S" tl^ J,v"r- A 1ae 5
Bendicin Solemne con B. D. M
Se lnvks a todos los fieles v
devoto del Divino Coraen d
Jess que en este da en que
se celebra su flesti en la Ca-
pilla, visiten a Jesucristo Saera-
1 mentado expuesto todo el da
1 para la Adoracin y Reparacin.
NOVENA A SAN ANTONIO DE
PADUA
Iglesia de San Francisco
(Ciudad)
El lunes, comienza en e.sti
Parroquia la solemne Novena a
San Antonio de Padua.
Todos los das habr a las 7
a. m. Misa Cantada y a conti-
nuacin se harn las preces de
lo novena y se dar a besar la
reliquia del Santo.
El da 13 habr panegrico del
Santo.
Bienvenida
Nuestra cordial bienvenida si
Aila Villalaz en la Red Panamericana
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Tecdollnda A. de Shaw.
Sra. Chlla R. de Anorbes,
Sra. Enriqueta A. de Hammer
Sra. Ria V. de Bilinlk.
Sra. Dbora H. de Ayala.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
me ores orooram^s
i&TMcr
NCANTf
Aire Acondicionado
HOY
DOMINGO Y LUNES!
A LAS 5:10 Y 9:00 P.M.
1L" PALUDISMO
mofa mas teres humanos que cualquier
otra enfermedad conocida entre los hombres^
300 millones de hombres sufrirn de paludismo!
este ano, de loa cuales morirn por lo menos
3 millones. ~-N
, LA QUININA
ha sido la base principal en el tratamiento1
del paludismo durante los ltimos 130 anos.
Una dosis diaria de 1 grm. a 13 frms. de
QUININA durante 5 a 7 das curar con xito
un ataque de paludismo.
La mejor posibilidad para una curacin radical
en las recadas de paludismo, la ofrece un
tratamiento durante 14 das de QUINIPLEX,
un preparado recientemente recomendado por
la Comisin de Expertos de Paludismo de la
Organizacin Mundial de Salud (1950). m ..
"LA JORNADA
CVICA"
La lucha del pueblo pana-
meo en los trgicos dias
del 7 al 10 de Mayo!
EL JUICIO DEL
DR. ARNULFO ARIAS
Adems: UN ORAN DOBLE!
Amado por las
mujeres... Odia,
do por los hom-
bres...
Su ambicin
sin limites lo
hizo un tira-
no!. ..
VINCENT
PRICE
ELLEN
DREW
- en
'EL
BARON
DE
ARIZONA
Adems: Una Pelcula de
Electrizante Accin I
DON BARRY
SHEILA RYAN, en
"LA LEY DE LA
HOMBRA"
QUINCE AOS
...
La renial actrir y recitadora panamea, intrprete de
"ENTRE NARANJOS'' y "GENOVEVA", dos programas estela-
riiimos que ofrece diariamente la Red Panamericana a las
1:4$ a.m. y ocho de la noche.
distinguido comerciante de lt salee, propietario de la Muccle-
sasnssMBsmnsisjBaemnsjsasamssaBnBnBmmamasns*
CINE HISPANO
- HOY -
El Juicio del Dr. Arnulfo Arias'
Adems:
"LA VIDA DE MANOLETE"
EL MAGNIFICO DOBLE EN ESPAOL
RINCN CRIOLLO
CADA LOCO CON SU TEMA
localidad, Don Eusebio A. 0n- ria Europa, quien se halla en-
tre nosotros procedente de Ma-
nagua, Nicaragua, donde asisti
como delegado del Club de Leo-
nes a la Convencin LeonisUca.
Cumpltaos de ayer
Sra Angela Medina
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Alda de Chen
6r. Alberto Tufin
Atasajado
Con motivo de su cumple aos
fu agasajado con una flestecita
el Jovenclto Eduardlto Wong
Chong, hijo de los esposos Jess
Wong Chong y Beln Vlllavl-
cenclo de Wong Chong,. Nos uni-
mos a las muchas felicitaciones
que en su dia ha tenido el Joven
"Dito", como popularmente se
le llama.
CITACIN
Se cita a los smenos todos
residentes en la capital a una
reunin esta noche, a las siete
y media, en la Eacuela Nicols
Pacheco, situada en la Aveni-
da A.
La Comisin.
kd ofeatro Central
Se
,/
complace en participar a
UJ.al
"o p
estreno (Sorpresivo que se efectuara
en este cJeatro el JLunes j, de yunto
a las gp.au
Panam yunto 2 igjt
'k***lH?*
MUNDO ENTERO
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
HOY!
Una Pelcula que con los herosmos..
Pasiones... Y Vicios del Bajo Mundo..
NOS PRESENTA EL ENCANTO DE LA
TAMBORERA PANAMEA:
LA COCALECA
NINON SEVILLA
TITO JUNCO
RITA MONTANER
RODOLFO ACO8TA en
A la florida edad de quince ao* llegan hoy la seorita Denia
del C. Alba y Delia Tulla Corttes, aviene* celebran hoy asta fecha
con una magnifica fiesta. Al presentarles nuestro salad* hoy,
haremos totos por que la felicidad y el xito coronen sa earrerA
de escolare* au* eon tan buenos augurios han iniciado.
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sn igual"
Es Barato y Efectivo
TROPICAL
HOY ESTRENO!
Tandas: 1:30 3:t 5:10 1:0* S:5 p.m.
Viaje Ud. con estos cuatro hombres v una muchacha
que emprenden viaje a la Luna y por accidente llegan
a MARTE!...
"DE LA TIERRA A LA LUNA"
UNA DE LAS PELICLA8 MAS INSTRUCTIVAS DEL AiO!
Vea Ud. los efectos de la atmica y de la radlo-actlvldad
y la aplicacin de los conocimientos sobre propulsin a
chorro y radar que pueden aplicarse a los viajes nter
planetarios!...
EXTASESE CON UNA VISION DEL ESPACIO EN COLORES1
OStOl coc
HASTA TODAS t
WONUSH HUNDO 1
con
PEREZ PRADO
Y Su Orquesta
6 MAMBOS bailados por
NINON SEVILLA
XITO! XITO! XITO!

.SU NOVELA FAVORITA,
presento diariamente a las 2:45 P.M. ^
DE LUNES A VIERNES; a
ANITA VILLALAZ y a EDGAR DEL ESTE
en la inmortal noyelo de Don Vicente Blasco Ibez
"ENTRE NARANJOS
rt
La ms romntica obra del insigne escritor espaol
Produccin y direccin de Emilio Daz
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-----------
la [Red [Panamericana


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en Carretera Tronsistmica (Lucha
Franco) a 50 Cts metro, lote de
600 Mts. en Porque Letovre B.3.-
00 metro. Tambin la dulcera
"Delia"'. Detalles all mismo, Calle
"Q"" No. 5. ,
sTvirTcE:O se alquila. Chalet de
concreto, mil metros terreno, cin-
co habitaciones, cocina, dos baos,
dos servicios sanitarios. Situado en
Parque Lefevre, calle G No. 8.
Informes almacn "El Remote"
cclle 19 Este Central No. 6.
SE NECESITA:- -Empleada, necesa-
rio duerma en casa, no presentar-
se sin este requisito. Carie 7a. No.
9, altos. .
SE NECESITA:Empicada poro que-
hoceres de coso y lavar ropo. Dio-
blo, 5648 G. Zono del Cono!.
SE NECESITA:Motrimonio solo,
necesita empleada para todo.
Cormir fuera Para informes Ma-
riano Arosemena 76.
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleados,
una para cocinar y otra pora cui-
dar dos nios. Deben dormir en el
emp'eo. Buen salario. Ocurra o
Ave. Chile No. 22, bajos.
it ALQUILA:Apartamenio de tres
cuartos con balcn y servicio! in-
dependientes en Avenida Central
No. 125. Tel. 2-3491.
SE ALQUILA: /->artomento, sala,
comedor, recmara y garaoe. Calle i
46 No. 27. Infrmese la mismo j
casa Apto. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Aparlomento fresco, '
tres recmaras, calle Ricardo
Arias No. 8. (Campo Alegre). In-
frmese bajos.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ACEITE
ELDORADO
APARTAMENTOS:Cmodos, ven-
tilados, edificio moderno, frente
Plaza Santa Ana. Compona F.
Icazo, Avenida B 79.
SE ALQUILACuarto omoblcdo, en-
t. -do independiente. Fresco. Calle
- No. 13 oros. Apto. 4.
SE ALQUILA: f- Cuarto con o sin
muebles, hombre solo de buenas
costumbres, responsable. Calle 6a.
No. 19, ltimo piso.
S; ALQUILA: . Cuarto para hom-
bre solo o partja sin nios, B.20,
14 Oeste No. 51, 3-I00.
Un anuncio pequeo con i grandes
ofertes. Lotes de todos tomnos en
todos los Urbanizaciones a precios
realmente bajos. Vistenos perso-
nalmente / cnvnzos de lo
asombroso de nuestra oferta.
Wolff y Co. Ltdo., Calla 5a.. 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
it ALQUILA:Cuarto a perqna sol-
tero o soltera de buenas costum-
bres en Bella Visto, calle 45 Este
No. 22. Solicite llaves en planta
bajo.
~ ct.ELANEA
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El qu. sns.-iib* JUEZ PRIMERO DEL
CIRCUITO DE COLON, al public ,n
SE NECESITA:Cocinera buena pa-
ra un matrimonio. Debe lavar ro-
po. Acudo o calle Venezuela No
10. altos. Despus de la I p. m.
LECCIONES""
SEORA:Graduada en Conservato-
rio Europeo, ensea Piano y Acor-
den Garantiza rpido aprendiza-
je, mtodo ultramoderno, Informes
Tel. 3-3908. Llamar de 8 a 4 p-
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento inde-
pendiente, tres cuartos pequeos,
cocino, servicios, solo B.35.00
Ave. 5a. No. 10, esquino Carrete-
ro Panam Viejo, en parado auto-
bus. 3-1001.
INGLES!!
Por domando, Aubrey Stewart, M.
A., profesor del Instituto Nacional,
especialisto en lo enseanzo del in-
gls, comenzar, otra vez, sus clases
particulares.
INGLES!!
^Aprenda ingls fino. pronunciocin
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras. Completamente amobla-
do, frente al mor. Cdlle Uruguay
No. 2. Informacin Tel. 2-3369.
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Vonto en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
lo 88 en el oeste.
Esta lnea de defensa seria u
lias diez millas ms cortas que
la actual, y dejara los rojos , firme posislh de su "triangun
de hierro" y. de la capital nor-
coreana. '
Las fuerzas norteamericanas
y surcoreas. avanzaron baca
el norte casi cuatro millas ai
nerte de la reserva de.H/aeho.i,
mientras que una unidad sui-
corena avanz mucho ms el
norte para retirarse cuando las
poderosas fuerzas rojas apare-
cieron a su derecha.
La artillera anada a cuatro
millas al norte de Hwachon sor-
prendi a un grupo de mil rojos
movindose hacia, nuevas poAl-
ciones de defensa. Los ahaJos
aniquilaron entre 00 y 7C0
rojos. ';
Sin embargo, un regimiento
chino logr atrinchenarse en
os cerro al norte y este de
Yongc'.ion y continuaron man-
teniendo a raya a las tropas
norteamericanas, mientras que
otros refuerzos rojos se movili-
zaban hacia nueras posiciones
al norte de Yongchon. ,
El monopolio de Estao le ha
costado a los norteamericanos
ms de $500.000.000.00
WASHINGTON Junio 2 (UP) dores norteamericanos era iu,
" Symington dijo que el inon"
pollo formado por las emnre
sas bolivianas, inglesas, beta!
Lhol*nde8a8 le ha" costado
500 millones de dlares a lpd
contribuyentes norteamericano!
desde que comenz la guerra
en Corea.
Agreg aue "se dinero no be-
neficia al pueblo de los pases;
productores de estao. Lo .ni-
co que. ha hecho es enrique-
cer ms a unos cuantos ricos,
y probablemente, parte de eso
dinero va a parar a algunos
bancos en Nueva York."
W. Stuart Symington, Jefe de
la "Reconstruction Fina n c e
corporation" que controla los1
abastecimientos de estao en
Estados Unidos, declar en rue-
da de periodistas que el precio
de se metal en ste pas ha-
ba sido reducido a (1.30 la li-
bra y critic duramente al "car-
tel internacional" que dijo man-
tiene los precios a un nivel
"fantsticamente" elevado.
B predio mantenido anterior-
mente por la "RFC" para la
venta: de estao a los eonsum-
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento fresco,
cntrico, dos recmaros, cocina,
servicios independientes, altos A-
venido "A" No. 16, B.55.00.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento de dos
recmaras en Vista Hermosa. Calle
Francisco Filos No. 6. Informes en
el mismo edificio.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Ave.
4 de Julio "El Sol", informes en
el stano. ,
---------,----------------------------,
HACE SABER:
Qu an al Juicio de Suceain Intta
ti d. ANUEL ALO.NZO o ANGKL
ALON'ZO CUESTA, at ha dictado un au-
to da aclaratoria Je heredero que en u
parle rasolull.a dice textualmente aal:
"JUZGADO PRIMERO DEL C'IR-
HCSPEDAJEDeseo Ud. cuarto cn-
trico, cmodo y borato? Lo encen- | "ui*yCo161'- "W *# "
trar calle Estudiante No. 98. Te-
lor-o 2-1508.
SE ALQUILA
< JtitMS
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de piedra dqs
recamaros, Porque Lefevre. Tel.
P. A. D. 6140 para informarse.
SE ALQUILA:En cal'e 39 No. 6.
cha'et de 4 recmoros, 2 bonos,
garage, etc. Informes, Tel. 3-
0425.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de dos rec-
moros, porch, espaciosa cocino, ga-
rege y servicio de empleado en la
Ave. primero No. 6 de la Urba-
nizacin "El Carmen" cerco del
Comlsorioto Via Espoo tercera ca-
sa mono izquierda; pregunte por
Mauricio Holphen Tel. 3-2585.
veclrntni cincuenta y uno
VIST 6-
elegante ion Aubrey Stewart que
tiene preparacin tcnica de Colum-
bia University. Nueva York. Llarre
2-3779 u ocurra Avenida Central 98,
apartamento 14.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet 4 recamaros,
2 baos, sala-comedor,-patio gran-
de y garage. Paitilla,.cql!e 10 No.
31. entrodo Va Belisorio Porras.
Poro informes colle 33 No. 22
Tel. 3-3318, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Bonito residencio es-
paciosa, completamente amoblado,
comodidades modernas. calle I I
No. I 14. Pcitillo. Poro informo-
cifin llame Tel 2-1456 Panam.
EL GENERAL...
con suficiente sudor y lgrimas
el pas puede luchar por volver
a ocupar una modesta posicin
por lo que toca a poder y pros-
peridad, que la fuerte alianza
con los Estados Unidos puede
reportarle a la nacin cierta
medida de seguridad en un
mundo voluble. No se hacen ilu-
siones en cuanta a la capacidad
Ut su pafs. que ha sido desan-
grado por dos guerras desastro-
sas.
Como quiera que coo lo. documento
compahadoa ae ha enaltecido la de-
funcin del causante y el parentesco
existente entre dicho cauaant y lit pe-
ticionara, el que u.crlho. JUEZ PRI-
MERO DEL CIRCUITO de Colon dim-
nl.trando justicia en nombre de la Rep-
blica y por autoridad de la Ley, da con.
frrm:dud con el concepto del represen.
tnni del Minislerio Pblico. DECLARA-
PRIMERO:Que est abierta la au-
cetin intestada de ANGEL ALONZO o
ANCEL ALONZO CUESTA, deade la fe-
cha de su defuncin, ocurrid en esta
ciudad de Coln, el dia :. de Mayo.
SEGUNDO:Que es heredera, .in par-
juicio de tercero, su esposa VICENTA
BARRIOS VIUDA DE ALONZO; y
TKRrERO:Oue comparezcan a eatar
a derecho en el Juicio todas la. perao-
ii.- que tengan algn intarea en l.
Fjese y puhllqueae el edicto da que
trata el articulo ] 801 del CdiaTO .lilil-
es!
COPESE Y N TIF1QUESE. Ifdw.)
GUILLERMO ZURITA. Ifdo > Jos A.
Carrillo, Secretario."
De conformidad con lo alapuesto por
el articulo 1601 del Codito Judicial, ae
fija el presenta edicto emplacatorio. ai
lujar visible de la Secretarla del Trl
bunal .hoy veintiocho (3SI de Mayo de
mil novecientoa cincuenta y uno 119311
por el termino de treinta (30) dia. y
coplas del mismo* sa ponen a disposicin
de la parte Interesada para au publica
clon con las formalidades de Ley. a fin
de que las paraonaa que crean tenar al.
an derecho an la presente Sucesin lo
Haa.n valer dentro del trmino Indirecto
EL JUEZ, (fdo ) GUILLERMO ZURI
TA.
El Secretario.
(Fdo.) JO&E A CARRILLO.
Fe fiel copla de au orielnaL
Coln. Mayo Zg de 1 SU-
SE ALQUILA
Locale*
E ALQUILAN:eac.ui.vornant po-
ro otidnoi locles cntricoa en lot
alto da Avenido Centrol 44 o
pracoa md'icoa Solicitan arttor-
mocSn an Almacena 5 V 10 can
tuvo
SE ALQUIL-vLocal pora oficino
arriba del Teatro Central.
LOCAL COMERCIAL: Edificio moder-
no frente Plaza Santa Ana. Com-
paa F. ICAZA, Avenido B 79.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento sin
muebles de dos recmaras, come-
dor y salo, cuarto pora empleada,
garage, agua coliente. B. 125.00.
Calle 41 No. 37 Camilo A. Porras;
Tel. 3-0434.
AVIS
a nuestros clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin Jleg el pedido
tan morado.
Por primera ves hay en
Panam latas de S'/ os.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279 Tel. -0140
Ciudad de Panam
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, sala, comedor, recmaro, co-
cina, bao y patio. Frente Univer-
sidad. Ave. Jos de Fbrega 14,
Posodenc.
SE ALQUILAApartamento en Son
Francisco de 16 Caleta. Informes
Estacin Gosolina Son Jos, Via
Espoo No. 2-
SE ALQUILA: Amplio y cmodo
opartomento, dos recamaros y ga-
rage. Ave. Mxico 69 cerca Cole-
gio Mora Inmoculada. Informes
de 10-11 a. m. y 3-6 p. m.

SE ALQUILA:Locol comercio! si-
tuado Avenido Central y Calle U.
refirase ol telfono 3-0287 du-
rante horas do 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 metilo
de Escritura Pblica nmero
872 extendida en la Notara
Tercera de este Circuito y de
fecha 15 de Mayo de 1951. he
comorado a la seora Merce-
des Gonzlez viuda de Lee su
establecimiento comercial de-
nominado "Mercadito Julin"
V situsc'o en la calle 9a. n-
mero 38 del Parque Lefevre
de esta ciudad.
Panama, Mayo 15 d 1951
Sabina Contain de Lin
AVISO
Para conocimiento del p-
blico en general, hago cons-
tar, que por medio de la Es-
critura Pblica No. 950, yo.
Dimas Gonzlez, con cdula
de Identidad Personal No.
28-32127. vendi el estableci-
miento denominado "La Po-
pular", situado en Calle Prs-
pero Pinel #18 a 'a seorita
Elvia Marina Arosemena con
Cdula de Identidad Personal
No. 47-55102: por tanto ruego
a toda persona que tenga
cuenta pendiente con dicho
establecimiento se sirva pasar
a la Calle 17 Oeste No 12.
bajos a entenderse con el se-
or Gonzlez.
Panam. 28 de Mayo de 1951
Olmas Gonzlez
Cd. 28-32127
SE ALQUILA: Atractivo amplia
oficina con aira acondicionado, 90
metros cuadrados con servicio de
telfono y de limpieza y todos las
comodidades .modernas, cieloroso y
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, 2 dormitorios con bao
cada una, sala-comedor, cuarto de
emplepda. instalacin agua calien-
te, en buena vecindad, Bella Vista,
Calle 44 No. 32| Apto. 4, Tel-
fono 3-0815.
SE VENDE
Botes v Motores
piso* acsticos. Hoy que verla pa-,SE VENDE:Motor de borco. 50 ca-
GRAN VARIEDAD DE
CERRADURAS,
PICAPORTES, y
ALDABAS
"Corbin" y "Yota"
TORNILLOS de
hierro para madera
da; Bronceados y Nique-
lados).
Ricardo A. Mir.
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 v 2-2988
:
SOLO tJIEZ
xlco, se inculca a lbs nlros 1
idea de no inmiscuirse jams
en asuntos aienos a su. nafs.
Esas ensean*" fue ernoiezau
a ser lmDartid'S' de^de la ni-
ez, ae continan en las es-
cuelas secundarias, en los ba-
chilleratos, en las tinfvetsidades
v en la vida prctica, poroue
Mxico, consciente con su de-
terminacin firme jr sus ante-
cedentes histricos de no per-
mitir Jams intervenciones en
su vida interna: rio norria a-
dootar posturas diferentes al
tratarse de otros pases.
Todo el personal del Servicio
Exterior Mexicano cuando sale
del pais a cumplir sus misio-
nes al extranjero, va perfecita-
mente aleccionado y tiene pro-
hibido, del modo mis terminan-
te v absoluto, Inmiscuirse en, la
Dolitica iaternavdel pais oue le
brinda 'generosa' hospitalidad.
En la ocasin a oue se re-
fiere el editorial de XL PANA-
MA AMERICA, el Embalador de
Mxico no aslat''y hasta donde
l est enterado, solmsnte o-
currleron diez jefes, de?Misin
de los 21 Que residen perma-
nentemente en Parama. .
Desde el punto, de vista del
Embalador de MxiCh; por nin-
gn motiv, en ninguna situa-
cin 'hubiera comettdo un acto
que pudiera poner en duda el
profundo respeto'y el ilimitado
aDreclo que tiene para la Re-
pblica en.donde paca su; Duer-
na suerte ae encuentra acredi-
tado y para los panameos to-
dos. .,'.
Ha sido obsesin -en la con-
ducta del Embalador deJ Mxi-
co, abstenerse, invariablemente
Los asiticos conferenciarn
con las Naciones Unidas para
rsar la agresin roja
KARACHI, India, Junio 2
(SIS) Los Jefes del obre.-'s-
rio libre l) Asia, en reunin e-
lectuada aqu ayer, adoptaren
una resolucin en la que dan tu
apoyo'a las Naciones Unidas y
til pueblo de Corea en su luv-fta
contra la agresin comunista.
.Todos los delegados de odio
grandes organismos obreros del
Asia representados en la i-u-
nin de la Confederacin Inter-
nacional :de Sindicatos Libi s,
votaron en favor de la resoiu-
cton; excepto- el representante
de Ja Hind Masdorr Sabha, ur.
sindicato obrero de la India. La
Votacin fu de 25 contra 3.
-La Federacin c e 1 e br una
reunin regional en Santiago ce breros.
Chile en marzo. Al observar *
notar Que el sindicalismo Ubre
es la base d la democracia y
que la agresin comunista ig-'
nlfica la negacin de todos 1-1
derechos de los trabajadores, 4
resolucin declara que la p.;-..*
da de independencia por el i ej
blo de Corea ante las fuerzas a*
arestvas del totalitarismo es bliai
grave cuestin. Los dlega reunidos por tercera vez en el
curso del dia, pidieron a Un o:-
ganizaciones obreras que d n
los pasos apropiados para a i, :*
jar la accin de la Otjrj en C :
r%a, incluyendo la retencin del
envi de materiales de f.uc_ra
. tomando toda la accin poz-
ole dentro de los sindicatos- o-
ro apreciarlo. Edificio Martmz, Tel.
2-0610.
SE VENDE
Arteuloe de Cjim
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora "Cros-
ley" 9, pies cbicos, perfecto es-
tado. Precio razonable. Infrmese
Borriada Vista Hermosa No. 651.
bailes d: fuerza, velocidad despa-
ciosa, marca "Redwing", perfecto
condicin. Apartado 2857 Crist-
bal.
SE VENDE:Mognifico cama Holly
wood, baratsimo. Colle 45 No. 19.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESIT.' :Monicurista con ex-
periencia y buena presencia. Calle
12 Oeste No. 55.
ncio.
SE VENCE:Confina moderna pora
caso. 4 banquillos, B.50.00. 2
juegos de recmaras, completos,
con resortes y colchones, B.60.00.
Sofi. Lmpara de pie, 3 ilumina-
ciones, 6.10.00 cada una. Molde
gemelo paroha cer "waffle", B.7.
50. Escritorio pequeo, B. 10.00. 5
traies de maternidad, tamao 12.
Llame a Albrook 6122.
SE NECESITA:Chofer con bueno*
referencias. Lavandera Baila Vista,
Calle 43 No. 29.
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Los cidos
M auarpo human a.hac. dal
zcaao de ledo y fl.aperdlcloa vini-
noeoa da la sallar, por medio d lo
nuava millonea a diminuto tuboa o
filtro da loa rlflona. SI atoa venanoe
da loa riflonaa o la vajlra lo haxan
aufrlr con levantada noetumaa. ner-
viosidad, doloraa da piernas, ojeras,
lumbago, Solora da laa coyunturas,
r-lde o ardor en toa conducto, de-
bido a la naraaidad da estimulante
Olurtlco, prueba Cyatax.
D.ahlsaa del cido rico y loa
van.no con la rcela mtdlca llamada
NECESITO:Peso Bscula, platafor-
ma usado, buenas condicionas, con
capacidad pora mil libras. Infor-
mes telfono 2-3178.
SE NECESITA: Uno dependiento
con experiencia en enerconcias se-
cos, sin referencias no aceptamos
a nadie. Cosa Fnix, Avenida Cen-
tral 155.
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle ! Este #4 Tel. Z-ZUM
C'ANCA!
GRAN REBAJA DE
.RTICULOS PARA COCINA
Hornos de aluminio
a B '.3.95.
Nevera "CRYSTAL" de
2 puertas: B .59.50.
Escaleritas de metal
a .7.50.
Tinacos "Sanette"
esmaltados B .50 c/u
MUEBLERA
EUROPEA
Ave. Ceatral y Calle 21 K.
Jifa. 1.
Tels.: 2-lUfJ y t-1133
de cualquier actitud que pu-
diera prestarse (a pesar de que
uera bien intencionada), para
ser interpretada como intromi-
sin, ya por comentarlo, ya por
ejecucin de algn acto, en a-
suntos internos que solo com-
peten; como es natural, a quie-
nes tienen el privilegio de haber
nacido sobre el suelo y. bajo
er." cielo de Panam.
Valido.slo de la amistad que
usted m* dispensa y con la cual
me honro, le suplico con toda
atencin dar cabida, en las co-
lumnas de su acreditado dia-
rio, a la presente carta, no sin
antes testimoniarle una Tez
ms la seguridad de mi mas
alta estimacin' y de mi perso-
nal afecto.
Ins. Editara- Morilla Sala,
, .tmbajador.
-----------------i ',------..
Ser adiestrado
1092, segn luimos informados
en fuentes oficiales.
La tunda fue grande
CHICAGO, Junio 2 (UP) El
campen semipesado Joey fco'a-4
i.im se vio obligado a apiastr
iiasta Julio la pelea que hab'
concertado para el 27 de Junta
con Bob Eatterfleld en derca.si
de su cetro.
Esta decisin ha sido tmatela,
con motivo de la tunda que ve->
cibi de manos de Eszard Ch-r-;
les el Mircoles pasado.
ta Federacin acord
dictar un curso para
anoladores de base
Per S. H. IVALOI i.
Con la asistencia de los fe-
derados A. Dlueca, Presidentes
A. Roy, J. A. Onega, u. uu^,
P. Maiain, la Federacin Na-
cional de Baseball Amateur,
acord varios asuntos entre)
ellos, enviar un plan de tra-
bajo al D. E. P.
Este campo de preparacin
en sanidad, sera dirigido por la
Oficina Sanitaria Panamerica-
na', de la cual Panam forma
parte y se tiene entendido que
por lo menos un-ingeniero o
cualquier otro profesional sa-
nitario y dos empleados no ti-
tulados (no profesionales) po-
drn beneficiarse de dicho plan.
En tres ciudades de Amrica,
Steffi.. ^"InstLar'ia; ** & *&* $g
fe flttS.2 s5,l Mh^oshejdCadEo oVm8;
Se acord que todo aspiran-
te a- Director y Asistente de
la seleccin de Base a la XII
Serle en Mxico, debe envas
su solicitud por escrito, ar.om-
SE NECESITA:Alqu.lor cholet da
4 recmoros o mis. Preferible en
Va Espaa o Bello Vista. Llame
telfono 2-0124.
Cyatax, qu a un diurtico estlmu-
lanta da lo rfflon y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional da la vji*a y
vlaa urtnarlaa n astado da aMdea.
Cyatax aaUfaer a u.tad completa-
mam. y aera la medicina qu us'.d
aacaaia. Pida Cyatax hoy mlanis
tCysttx ~'
Se Necesitan
AGENTES VENDEDORES
Hombres y mujeresTrabajo
remunerado y de porvenir.
"EL GUILA IMPERIAL"
COMPAAIA DE SEGUROS
DE VIDA, S.A.
Ave. Central No. 99 Panam
Oficinas 403 y 404
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le tin apareci el 31 de mayo y
resume todo el movimiento gu-
bernamental desde la inicia-
cin del actual Gobierno.
Contiene Informes sobre la
p.lorlosa gesta civica del 10 de
mayo; datos biogrficos tie
Presidente de la Repblica Den
Alclbiades Arosemena y los \l-
t.istros que forman el Gabinete;
nombramientos importantes se-
caos en las diferentes secciones
del Gobierno; gobernadores de
Kovineias y un resumen de la
bor realizada hasta ahora por
cada uno de los Ministros ar
instado asi como tambin de la
convocatoria a sesiones extraor-
dinarias de la Honorable Asam-
blea Nacional.
Este boletn ha sido redact.-
do por el seor Moiss Torrijos
Herrers. Director Encantado d'l
Departamento de Prensa y
Itadlo.
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Joe Louis entrena
para su pelea con
Lee Savold el 13
POMPTON LAKE. Junio i
f'UPi El ex-campen mun-
dial Joe Louis boxe cinco ahi-
los en preparacin para la pe-
lea que sostendr el 13 de Ju-
nio con Lee Savold y atu.di
con sus golpes a tres boxea-
dores.
Louis hizo guantes dura..te
dos asaltos con Jack Flood y
Odell Rilfey y durante uno con
911 Newkirlc y loi.tres saUcron
mal parados con ganchos ir-
r,uierdoa del ex-campen.
plazo hasta el 15 de Junloa
las solicitudes pueden ser en-
tregadas a cualquier miembro
de la Federacin: se recibie-
ron las solicitudes verbales de
S. Gutirrez y A. Tapia.
El Federado por Panama, Joa-
quin A. Ortega, uno de los md
consistentes luchadores por la
causa del deporte, propuse *
las consideracin de la Federa--
clon, organizar un curso de A*
notacin y Compilacin; en el
cual puedan participar iibremen
te todos los que deseen; para tai
fin el Sr. Ortega cuenta con U
decidida cooperacin de Gii-
maldo Crdova (padrei, une*
de los ms versados sobre a-
notacin, quien con la colabo-
racin de los anotadores Ben-
jamin Waterman y Rinri de a.
Rosa, se encargar de d;ch
tarea. La Federacin solicita-
r cooperacin al Departamen-
to de Educcain Fsica.
Otra de las proposiciones de
Ortega, lu la de que la V. N.
B. B. A. solicite telegrfica-
mente, por correo o radio, a te-
das las Ligas Provinciales, en-
viar a la mayor brevedad pe- ;
sible a sta los nombres de loe
jugadores, que segn su crite-
rio estn en condiciones dtvi
formar parte de la Pre-Selec-
cin Nacional. ,
Dicha lista pasar a una co-
misin formada por t federa
dos y el anotador y compila-
dor del VII' Campeonato Na- '
cionai, Jos de las M. Muoz.
Ambas proposiciones fueron a-
probadas con pequeas modi-
ricaciones despus de ser sus- J
tentadas por Ortega.
Adems la federacin levan*'
t la pena impuesta por un
ao dentre de la pelota aficio-
nada al seor Toms Muoz,
director de varias Ligas afilia-
das a la mxima entidad del
base.
Los Federados consideraron
las solicitudes enviadas por '.as
Ligas Provincial de Panama,
Dlstrltorial y Santa* Rita, n
la cual pedan a dicho orga-
nismo levantar la suspensin
cads en uno de los propulso-
res del baseball en la Rep-
blica; no hubo opjslcin da
parte de ningn federado.
La Federacin enviar al D.
E. F. lo mismo que a las Ligas
un comunicado. Informndole
sobre lo acordado.
El seor Muo? que se en-*
contraba presente en la sesin
agradeci el gesto de los Fe-
derado*.



SBADO. JUNIO 2. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA Sim
Se Inaugura Hoy El Campeonato Femenino De Basketball
Contina Hoy El Softball De
Los Bomberos En Santa Rita
-.En el juefo celebrado ayer
Ssr el Cuerpo de Bomberos de
anam se Impuso la Compa-
a No. 5 a la No. 6 por la
abultada anotacin de 9 carre-
ras a 1.
Este choque se celebr en el
Campo de Santa Rita y en el
mismo sitio contina hoy s-
bado este torneo con el parti-
do entre los equipos, a las 4: IB
Compaa No. 1 vs. Compaa
No. 8 y en la noche a las 7:30
Comandancia vs. Banda de Cor-
netas. En la Plaza Amador Gue-
rrero a las 5:15 se miden Guar-
dia Permanente y Compaa No.
6.
El domingo se celebrarn cua-
tro juegos, dos en Santa Rita
y dos en la Plaza Amador Gue-
rrero.
El Ditrani debuta maana frente al
Majuela en Costa Rica
SAN JOS, Junto l (Oerjes-
Ksal). El conjunto de fut-
Deportlvo Ditrani, debutar
sanana en San Jos* de Costa
Rica frente al ptente onceno
AlajueU.
El partido est anunciado pa-
ra comentar a las 1 de la ma-
ana y os visible el entusias-
me e inters aae existe en la
eapital joeeflna por este cote-
je.
Todos los miembrot de la De-
legacin de ftbol, llegaren bien
Se corre boy una
gran prueba hpica
en el Hip. Belmonl
NUEVA YORK, Junio 3 (UP)
"Kiss Me Kate" es la favori-
ta para obtener el triunfo en
la-carrera que con un primlo de
50 mil dlares se celebrar hoy
en el Hipdromo de Belmont.
Las yeguas de tres aos de
dad participarn en esta grn
carrera Kiss Me Kate es favo-
I rita para vencer a Nothlrdchau-
1 ce, Sweet Talke y How.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
mtift
arribaron en las primeras
eras de la tarde de ayer.
Se encuentran hospedases an
el Hotel Central, y ayer mismo
realizaron prcticas en el Es-
tadio.
i i ! ......-
Ofrece baile esta "
noche en Chorrera
el Dep. Quinto Pato
Esta noche olrece un gran
baile el Club Deportivo Social,
Quinto Patio, en el Saln Or-
qudea de La Chorrera, comen-
zando a las 8, amenizado por
la Orquesta de Angelo Jaspe
con sus cantantes Rile prez,
Tito Contreras y Carlos Du-
pr.
Mareado entusiasmo existe
or este acto social del Quinto
atio, donde los asistentes en-
contrarn ambiente agradable,
asi como se efectuarn varias
rifas.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETC TEJADA
El Circuito Masculino de 2a
Tambin Comienza Su Justa
En el partido de la primera divisin
chocarn Carta Vieja vi. Madurito
Un exceiente y atractivo pro-
grama o rece esta noche la Li-
ga Provincial de Panam en el
Gimnasio Nacional, donde be
inaugurar el Campeonato Fe-
menino de la. Categora, co-
menzar el torneo masculino
de segunda categora, y con-
tinuara la competencia de la
divisin mayor.
Cada uno de estos puntos
tendr el respaldo de un Inte-
resante partido, esperndose
juegos renidos y satisfactorios.
FUERTE 15 va. C. GONZALEZ
La velada deportiva de esta
noche comenzar a las 7 en
punto con el juego de apertu-
ra del Campeonato Masculino
de segunda categora, entre los
quintetos Fuerte 15 y Cela
Gonzalez.
El destacado deportista. Ca-
pitn Pedro Julio Prez, Fe-
derado de Basketball lanzar
la primera bola.
Se disputarn el campeonato
15 equipos, divididos en dos
grupos, y son: GRUPO: "CHE"
VILLALOBOS: Panamericano,
Pepsl Cola, Parque Lefevre, Ma-
durito, Chlrlqul, Centenario,
Bam Jr., Carlos Eleta e Incg-
nitos... GRUPO GRINGO DE
LA GUARDIA: Cela Gonzlez,
Fuerte 15, Rebeldes, ptica So-
sa, Pellmex, Dep. Pern, Elisa
Carrera Taboga y Orion.
Actuarn de arbitros: Secun-
dlno Tala y Cardales.
DAAR va, CARDENAS
Con el luego entre los equi-
pos Daar y Sastrera Crde-
nas, comenzar el Campeonato
Femenino de Basketball.
El seor Ministro de Educa-
cin, Profesor Ricardo Berm-
des, lanzar la primera bola.
Cuatro equipos se disputarn
el torneo y los otros dos son el
Cnevrolet de la ciudad de Co-
ln y el OFERTEN.
Visible inters existe por es-
ta competencia, donde volvern
a verse en accin a conocidas
y veteranas jugadoras de este
deporte, asi como numerosas
novata* que prometen llegar
alto en esta actividad.
Los arbitros para este par-
tido sern Augusto Kam y Per-
domo.
MADURITO vs. C. VIEJA
En el tercer partido del pro-
grama de esta noche, se me-
dirn los quintetos Madurito y
Carta Vieja, para continuar el
Campeonato Masculino de la
Divisin Mayor.
En este encuentro lanzar la
primera bola, el distinguido de-
portista Rafael "Tonga" Mar-
tinez, una de las glorias del
baloncesto nacional.
Servirn de arbitros Chito
Bola y Plndl Perdomo .
Almacenistas y licoreros de-
bern ofrecer esta noche un
I-movido partido ya que lucharn
para salir del grupo de reta-
guardia.
Para la jornada de hoy, ser-
virn de anotadores. Antonio
Cordn y Alejandro Yull y co-
mo cronometristas, Toms Me-
na y Simn Alsp: Inspectores
de puerta: Arqulmedes Villalo-
bos, Constantino Carnario y
Francisco Tuftn.
La Banda de la Polica Na-
cional amenizar el acto.
La Llg* informa a los es-
tudiantes, qulene.i acrediten na
condicin de tal. negarn un
camente 10 centesimos.
Estudiante Universitario: La
Union haee U Fuen a: Inscrbe-
te en la Asociacin Deportiva.
I Siguiendo el curso de la en-
trfega anterior, decimos hoy, ya
que no tenemos suficiente es-
pacia, que en vista de que el
Dr. Mndes solicit s* le" ear-
caran en caso de cualquier pro-
blema de cultura fsica, los es-
tudiantes de Educacin Fsica
ldos los medios posibles para
convencer a las autoridades de
la Universidad del enorme da-
no que ocasiona un curso obii-
Iiatorio de prctica deportiva en
os cursos de verano. Para ta-
I les efectos los mencionados a-
lumnos, entre los cuales se en-
cuentra este servidor, para a-
provechar la solicitud del Rec-
tor, se presentarn oportuna-
mente a la Rectora para tratar
I de solucionar ese problema. Des-
Ide esta columna hemos venido
I criticando consistentemente ese
I Curso de Verano, pero como el
Dr. Mndez nos ha solicitado
I que primero se trate de hallar-
se solucin dentro de nuestra
[casa, asi lo haremos.
Hoy nos vemos en la penosa
necesidad de comunicar a nues-
tros estimados lectores que no
podemos presentar ms las lec-
ciones que venamos divulgan-
do desde esta columna y que
trataban sobre la Historia de
la Educscln risica. La razn
que da el profesor es de que
"no se respeta el derecbo de
autor y que algunos Intelec-
tuales amigos de l le han In-
formado que estn plagadas de
errores. Que l oportunamente
las divulgar con todas sus co-
recclones." No nos queda otro
recurso que decirles a Uds. que
si lo hemos presentado asi es
porque asi se nos dict en las;
clases. Siempre hemos sosteni-
do que se Irrespeta el derecho
de autor/cuando se toma un
trabajo ajeno y se pasa como
si fuera propio, pero en las con-
diciones que nosotros hemos
presentado las lecciones no hay
nada pecaminoso, porque deben
recordar que siempre dijimos
qte se trataba de una dlvugal
clon de las clases que dimos en
el primer ao del curso d Edu-
cacin Fsica. Podemos agregar
que no hay nada perdido y
adems que "no hay mal que
por bien no venga." Algunos
erofeeores de Educacin Fsica
an tratado de alentarnos pa-
ra que sigamos en nuestro afn
ya qUe la critica en una forma
constructiva es beneficiosa. Es
cierto que a veces nos exalta-
mos y usamos unos trminos
duros, pero todava no alcan-
zamos ver por ou razn ha
ocurrido eso. Ser por nuestro
Sunto de viste sobre el curso de
srano obligatorio? "--ie r*
nos quiso censurar la columna? >
Esperamos que esto no vaya a I
llegar basta la rrt -. de Ir -
notas pues, auncvc r > -ames
scostumprados me >-
.Minos lo posible por hacerlo
para prevenirnos de cu -iierai
amenaza. El profesor Esteban'
Perdomo ha sido el primero en;
ayudarnos con un libro de Edu-
cacin Ffsir* e wi-Tiene del nro-
fesor W. P. Welpton (infles)
traducido al es"nol por Ricar-
do Rubio: tambin hemos recl-
sido un aliento del nrpfesor Ho-
aclo Domingo del T 'ceo con un
Ibro de Principios de Educacin
fsica.
Esta noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional, se Inaugurar el cam-
peonato de la categora Feme-
nina Mayor y el Torneo Menor
Masculino, de la Liga Provin-
cial de Basketball. En la se-
gunda categora se disputarn
el titulo nada menos que die-
ciocho conjuntos y en la pri-
mera categora, femenina cua-
tro, siendo ellos Upper 10, Da-
ar, Sastrera Crdenas y
Chevrolet. Varias caras que ha-
cen ya varios aos no se velan
en accin jugarn este ao en
el basketball de damas, entre,
las cuales figuran Elvla Matil-
de Boza, Elosa Judith Ortega,
Brunllda Cooper de Hoagan,
Agrlplna Tejada siendo la ma-
yora de este gruo componen-
tes del Upper 10, en el cual
tambin milita la atleta ms
completa de Panam, "Judith
Caballero."
Nosotros esperamos que el
basketball femenino vuelva a
recuperar el prestigio que po-
sis en aos anteriores y que
enemigos gratuitos de se de-
porte sepultaron, tratando este
ao la Liga Provincial de
Basketball de volver a los vie-
jos laureles. Nosotros desde es-
ta plana deportiva estamos dis-
puestos a ofrecer nuestro con-
curse para que la contienda
aue hoy se Inaugura resulte un
xito sin precedentes.
Los Gigantes Vencieron a
Piratas Ayer Por 8 a 2
Los
Pronsticos hpicos del do-
mingo: la. PESADILLA... des-
6us de su anterior nos gusta.,.
IJAUAL... enemigo de cui-
dado; 3a. BLACK SAMBO...
calidad y jinete... DOMINO...
no creo que domine al nues-
tro; 3a. ANTECEDE... es dif-
cil que ahora seda... HURLE-
CANO... por clase puede sor-
prender; 4a. T^iLLY SABA...
mucha clase para estos... HOR-
TENSIA... no puede con T. 8.;
5a. MAIN ROAD... su majes-
tad la rumba... PINAR (e> no
puede con el Ingls M. R.; 6a.
TUPAC... cualquiera gana aqui
...INTERLUDE... est bastan-
te aliviado con la monta; 7a.
WELSH FOX... se impone f-
cil... CARMELA II ti)... es-
ta entrada es de sumo cuida-
do; la. HANNA... en este lote
de sanatorio debe Rallrselos...
COSTINA... no puede con el
nuestro: 9a. GORSEWOOD...
con todo y que se abre los ga-
na... GAYwOOD... enemigo
del nuestro: 10a. CHARLEMON r
...eon toda su maosldad y su
jinete, debe ganrselos por cla-
se... IN TIME... estar aten-
to a la maosldad de Char...;
lia. POLITICO... tan solo por
la monta se ganar a este lote
. ..8INOAPORE... como jinete
lleva algo horroroso.
Dale Long tugar
con los Carmelitas
PITTSBURGH, Junio 3 (UP>
Ford Frlck, Presidente de la
Liga Nacional Inform a los Pi-
ratas que ha concedido a los
Carmelitas los servicios del inl-
ciallsta Dale Long a quien los
Piratas trataron de enviar a las
menores.
Los Piratas se deshicieron de
Long, a quien trataron de con-
vertir en receptor zurdo, si ad-
Julrlr a Jack Maguire de loe
ligantes.
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Sal Mage se anot su ocU\a
victoria consecutiva en esta
temporada al obtener los Gi-
gantes el triunfo frente a los
Piratas de Pittsburgh por ar.o-
tadon*-dr 8 carreras a X *n
3i ataque de II, incogtblcs iti-
oyendo dos Jonrones ooneetc-
dos por Bobby Thompson y
Whltey Lcame*-
Con esta victoria los Gigan-
tes han aumentado su puntua-
cin, mientras que los Dodgors,
punteros de este circuito per-
dieron frente a los Rojos de
Clnclnatti por snotacin de 8
carreras a 5.
Don Newcombe perdi e^te
partido. Johnny Sain conquisa
m tercer Juego cuando los Bra-
vos vencieron a los Cachorros
de Chicago por anotacin de 3
carreras a 3. Andy Pafko. co-
nect su dcimo jonrn de ata
temporada
Jocko Thompson permiti cjs
tro hits y conect un triple pa-
ra conquistar el triunfo de Um
Phllies'sobre las Cardenales fcur
snotacin de 7 carreras a S.
El boxeo amateur
reanuda el Jueves
sus actividades
El boxeo amateur de Panam,
reanudar sus actividades el
Jueves entrante en el Gimnasio
Nacional.
Segn nos Inform el Sr. Gus-
tavo Elsenmann, Presidente de
la Comisin de Boxeo para afi-
cionados de Panam, se vern
en accin muchas caras nuevas
en el tinglado de la avenida
"A" los jueves por la noche, pi-
nos nuevos que estn dispuestos
a mostrar sus quilates en este
deporte.
Tambin se espera reorgani-
zar completamente las reglas y
horas de las peleas, y se llevar
un estricto chequeo de los bo-
Jm Konstanty relev a Thoiups
son en el noveno despus de
haber permitido dos lncogible*
y control efectivsmente la i-
luacin.
En la Liga Americana los
punteros del Chicago no Jugo-
ron contra ios AUetlcos debido
a la lluvia.
Early Wynn permiti tres in-
coglblea para llevar al triunfo
a los Indios sobre los Senadores
de Washington por anotacin
de 3 carreras a 1. Julio Moreno
fu el lanzador perdedor.
Mientras tanto los Carmeliics
de Boston vencieron a los Me-
dias Rojas por anotacin de 4
carrera a 0.
Los Medias Blancas se vieron
defraudados en sus esperanzas
de obtener su dcima quinta
victoria consecutiva debido a la
liuvia, mientras que los Yan-
quis de Nueva York perdieron la
oportunidad de aumentar su
puntuacin al suspenderse en el
quinto episodio el juego que I-
ban ganando contra los Tigres
e Detroit por 4 a 1.
Equipo de Ftbol
Brasileo venci
al Sueco po 3-0
SUECIA, Junio 3 (UP) El
equipo brasileo de ftbol Fla-
mengo de Rio Janeiro venci al
Elfsborg por 3 a 0. El exte-
rior derecha del Flamengo Nes-
tor, marc a los ocho minutos
de empezar al rematar un pase
del delantero central Adaosnho
con un tiro de cerca.
Cinco minutos mss tarde el
Interior derecho Hermes recibi
otro pase cruzado del extremo
izquierdo y marc otro magni-
fico tanto. El medio centro sue-
co Hugo stensson dio al Fla-
menco el tercer goal a los 30
minutos al Intentar pasar la
bola hacia atrs a Su portero
xeadores con respecto a sus que no pudo alcanzar la pelo-
compromisos, ya que se espera ta.
descalificar a ios boxeadores Los suecos mejoraron en el
que no cumplan sus comproml- segundo tiempo pero no pudle-
sos aunque para ello tenga que ron marcar aunque mantuvle-
usar medidas drsticas. I ron a raya a los brasileos.
Tendrn Lugar Maana Los Campeonatos Nles.
De Levantamiento De Pesas Para Novatos
QUEDARON FUERA DEL BAILE. La semana pasada se impuso ls nueva Importacin pe-
ruana, Carmela II, y dej atnitos a todos los concurrentes y a los propietarios que no crean
Ioe esta yegua podra ganar su primera presentacin. La yegua naco a ganador la suma de
/ 71.10 y Mena-Mena dej a todos fuera del baile. Segundo lleg Cantaclaro, tercero Para-
gen y cuarto Suave,
SAND WOOD SIGUE CADENA DE TRIUNFOS. Corriendo como todo un campen el caballo
ingls Sandwood ha continuado mu cadena de triunfos en el Hipdromo Nacional. En esta
ocasin venci fcilmente a Atasn y Lacey. ^___ _____ ____
Se Menciona Al Gral. Douglas
MacArthur Para El Puesto De
Comisionado De Base De EE.UU.
NUEVA YORK, Junio 2 (UP).
El nombre del General Dou-*
fias MacArthur se menciona en
ds circuios beisboleros como el
ltimo candidato "fuerte" para
el cargo de Comisionado de
bisbol partindose de la supo-
sicin do que l lo aceptara.
Se ignora a ciencia cierta cual
seria la actitud de MacArthur
en caso de que se le ofreciera
el ca^go. Se sabe que la empre-
sa "Remington Rand" ha ofre-
cido un alto cargo al general.
Un dueo de equipo de las
Grandes Ligas indic empero
que MacArthur aceptara el
puesto basando la creencia en
manifestaciones que hizo el ge-
neral durante sus recientes vi-
sitas a los parques de las tres
novenas neoyorquinas. Quien-
quiera sea el elegido Comisiona-
do no podr ocupar el cargo sin
embargo hasta dentro de once
meses pues el actual Comisio-
nado A. B. Chandler parece es-
tar decidido a no abandonar el
mismo hasta que expire en Ma-
yo del ao entrante el perodo
para el cual se le eligi.
Interesante programa de carreras
se presenta maana en Juan Franco
For RDEME
Main Road el magnifico co-
rredor del Stud Cantagallo, po-
dr dar un paso maana hacia
la conquista del titulo de cam-
pen de la pista sabanera, de
ganar el Clsico Hipdromo Na-
cional que se correr sobre una
distancia de 3.100 metros y por
un premio de B.l,000.00.
Los fanticos dan por des-
contado el triunfo del pupilo
de don Antonio Angulzola, que
la semana pasada derrot f-
cilmente al mismo lote con el
cual competir en esta tradi-
cional carrera.
Tambin maana tendremos
varias carreras que han lla-
mado la atencin de los burre-
ros entre ella la de Clase "E"
en la cual competirn cuatro
ejemplares que se han desta-
cado en todas sus Dresentacio-
nes. Son ellos Montlellto. Car-
mela n, Welsh Fox y Riding
East.
Sea Panamericana
liene los mejores
rogramai
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOIIVMF WAIJtEK
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THE BRANDY OP NAPOLEON
XXX V;8.0.P. NAPOLEON
Atractivos juegos
ofrece maana el
football capitalino
Atractivos y numerosos parti-
dos tie ftbol se ofrecern ma-
raa en esta ciudad, con el si-
guiente programa:
PRIMERA CATEGORA
PACIFICO vs. IBRICO
2 p.m.
HURACN vs. HISPANO
3:45 p.m.
En el Estadio Olmpico
SEGUNDA CATEGORA
SANTANDER vs. ALEMN
8:45 a.m.
AMBATO vs ANCN Jr.
10 15 a.m.
En el Estadio Olmpico
LIGA DEL CHORRILLO
NACIONAL vs. PERN
9 am.
REMON vs. PRI
10:15 a.m.
En Barrasa
En el Oratorio Festivo conti-
nuarn los torneos de 5a. cate-
gora en la maana y de fla.
categora en la tarde.
Se disputarn los
Mulos de 6 cal.
en el Estadio Nal.
Maana a las 10:0O a.m. se
celebraran en el Estadio olm-
pico las Competencias Nacio-
nales de Levantamiento de Pe-
sas para Novatos en las cate-
goras de 113, 118, 133, 133, 148
y 185 libras.
Estas competencias debieron,
celebrarse el dia 31 del mes pa-
sado como estaba anunciado,
pero por motivo de la muerte)
del Joven Alvaro Testa, muer-
to en los acontecimientos del
10 de Mayo, se pospuso, ya que
el Joven Testa, era hermano da
armodlo Testa, socio activo e
la Academia de Cultura Fsica,
Para estas competencias se> 7
ha elaborado un selecto e in-
teresante programa.
Las escenas de estas compe-
tencias sern tomadas en pel-
culas por el Sr. De Len, vie- .
Jo luchador de este deporte.
La entrada a este magno cer-
tamen es completamente gra- .
tulta, asi es que se exhorta al
gubhco en general a que asls-
_ i para que aprecien el ade-
lanto de nuestros futuros cam-
peones de levantadores de pe> '
sas. ^

La Academia de Cultura Fl- ,
sica, el instituto de Gimnasia
y Deportes y el Gimnasio Do
Len estarn representados por
buenos pupilos, los cuales a no '
dudar harn muy buena repre-
sentacin.
En estas competencias ofre-
cer una exhibicin de levanta-
miento el Joven Ivan Frede- i
rich, de la A. C. F. quien de-
leitara al publico con levanta-
mientos de estilo, fuerza y co- .
raje,,.
Camalen Garca
regres cinco mil
dl. al Chicago
CHICAGO. Junio 3 (VP)-efll
Administrador General del efib
de baseball de los Medias Blajfc
cas de Chicago, Frank Lane de-
clar que el venezolano Lui
Camalen Garca es agente li-
bre en cuanto se refiere al base-
ball organizado y que por tan-
to no hay posibilidad de que
se le declare ineligible.
Garca a quien se pag una
gratificacin de diez mJ dla-
res para que firmara con el
team de entrenamiento de loa
Medias Blancas, el Colorada
Springs, fu libertado lncondl-
clonalmente mediante la devo-
lucin de cinco mil dlares do
su gratificacin.
Lane dijo que adems de 1st
libertad incondicional se le dio
carcter de agente libre. Agre-
g que "Garca tiene razn cien
por ciento al creer que es a-
gente libre y que tiene los do-
cumentos para probarlo.**
Una noticia periodstica en
Venezuela que Garcia seria de-
clarado inelegible por las Ligas)
Menores de baseball y que pon-
dra un pleito si tal cosa ocu-
rra. La noticia la atribua al
pelotero la manifestacin do
que crea que fuera inelegible.
Lane dijo que Oarca habla de-
vuelto una cantidad menciona-
da y que los Medas Blancas no
tienen derecho alguno sobre l.

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