The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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System ID:
AA00010883:01130

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FIVE CENTS
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY. JONE 4, 51
Britain Steps Up Tempo
Of Peace Talks On Korea
Five GIs Seized By Russians
In Red-Controlled East Berlin
BERLIN, June 4, (UP) The
Russian authorities seized five
United States soldiers today and
held them ior a few hours while
the East German Communists
were conducting a plebiscite op-
posing "German remilitariza-
tion."
The five were picked up when
they wandered Inadvertently In-
to Soviet-controlled East Berlin.
Two of them were accused of
"shouting propaganda slogans."
At the same time the West Ber-
lin police arrested 45 communists
and United 8tates military police
seized four East Berlin railway
police for campaigning In the
Western sector.
The people of Soviet Germany
were being herded to the poll to
vote in a Hitler-style plebiscite a-
gainst the "remilitarization" of
Germany.
A large majority were expected
to vote "Ja" to the question:
"Are you against German remili-
tarization and for conclusion of
a (German) peace treaty In
1851?"
"German remilitarization" is
Russia's term for Allied efforts
to recruit a German force to aid
In defense of the wait. It has no
connection with the "Police Ar-
my" already existing in the So-
viet zone.
Taegliche Rundscnau, the offi-
cial Soviet occupation newspaper,
said the three-day plebiscite
would frustrate Western Allied
plans to bring West Germany In-
to Western Europe's anti-Com-
munist defense pact.
PRECtomG THEIR ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT
aTboUom Soffit WtSfSd ot^marcVrs are shown oa TWU Atequ*.
* *
Eglinton Accepted Re-election
To "Preserve Harmony" In VFW
Dept. Commander E. J. Eglin-
ton. who was reelected yesterday
at the 26th Annual Encampment
of Veterans o Foreign Wars, sta-
ted today from hU sick bed that
he agreed to accept "to preserve
harmony In the organization.
Commander Eglinton acted
upon the insistence of the three
oldest posts on the Isthmus who
claimed they would "bolt tne
convention" unless he agreed to
run. Despite his previous refus-
als to accept a fourth term, Eglin-
ton was elected by a majority of
the delegates that met at the Ho-
tel Ttvoll yesterday afternoon In
what turned out to be a fiery bat-
tle.
Eglinton returned home Imme-
diately and was In bed with a
heavy cold today.______^__
Havana Paper
Flays La Nacin
For Editorial
An editorial in "El Mundo," of
Havana, called La Nacln's re-
cent "Incitement to Murder" ar-
ticle one of the most flagrant
cases of the abuse of freedom of
the press.
El Mundo said it was deplor-
able that the press should sink
to such' a level as to openlv urge
a country's citizens to kill two
former presidents.
(La Nacln's article called for
the "elimination from actual
life" of Former Presidents Har-
modlo and Arnulfo Arias.)
El Mundo added that it wish-
ed to go on record as vigorously
opposing La Nacln's article,
terming it "an aggreaaton to the
high principles that govern the
continental presa,"
Representatives of Post 3822
and Post 3857 who later walked
out on the Convention, were op-
posed mainly because they sta-
ted that they were not Informed
Eglinton would run again, and
under that Impression, presented
their own ticket headed by John
Pyrczak. Post 100 from the At-
lantic side, and Post 727 boycot-
ted the caucus Saturday after-
noon. Post 40 Joined the majority
swinging the election to Eglin-
ton.
The principal speaker, Brig.
Gen. Robert L. Howze, told the
audience, which filled the dining
room at the Tlvoli that the "back-
bone of a nation's power Is In Its
militia."
"Prominent people have beer
heard to deny fiat that this
country is in peril" he said, "while
other prominent persons who
have admitted this peril have
suggested disarmament as a so-r
lutlon. I assure you that our dan-
ger is real and potent. It's source
is Communism___Can we afford
to listen to those who deny the
peril and those who call for uni-
lateral disarmament? I think
not."
The general addressed a group
which included Governor Fran-
cis It. Newcomer, Rear Admiral
Albert M. Bledsoe, Brig. Gen.
Francis A. March, and Cols. Alex
Dobak and J. B. Wells, as well as
two representatives of the Re-
serve Officers Association, Carl
E. Browne, and J. Paul Sidebo-
tham, and the department com-
mander of the American Legion,
Hans Pedersen.
The encampment was preceded
by a parade from the Ancon
Clubhouse to the hotel, led by the
71st Army Band and the drill
team of the Balboa High School
ROTC, headed by Cadet 1st Lt.
i Jacob Pllcet. The ROTC also lin-
ed the stairs at the TivoU and
I presented arms as each of the
I guest of honor arrived on the
scene.
1 -Cent Boost
In Gas Price
Announced Here
Oil companies operating in the
Canal Zone have announced an
increase of one cent per gallon in
the price of motor gasoline, ef-
fective today.
This Increase follows an an-
nounced Increase made by the
Panama Canal In Its retail selling
price of two cents per gallon
which was effective May 29.
The increase of one cent was
made necessary by the Increase
refinery cost of product, and In-
creased ocean freight rates and
handling costs, according to the
operating companies which In-
clude Standard OH (Canal Zone),
Union OH of California and the
Texas OH Company.
In addition to the increase Ins-
tituted by the Panama Canal to
its various departments and re-
tail outleU, the U.S. Armed Forc-
es and Post Exchange services,
which purchase their require-
ments from the Panama Canal,
also Increased tbelr motor gaso-
line retail prices.
It is understood that theae pric-
es also went up by two cents,
from 17 cents to 19 cents, on May
29.
Retired N.Y. Cop
Commits Suicide
In 6th-Floor Leap
NEW YORK. June 4 (P).-
Retired patrolman Charles Pa-
narella, 44, five minutes before
he was due to go on trial here
with 20 other policemen and
ex-policemen, plunged to his
death from a sixth floor court-
house window.
He retired last October dur-
ing investigations into corrup-
tion in the polfce force In con-
nection with widespread gam-
bling in Brooklyn.
Bargain Hungry
Crowd Smashes
NY Store Window
NEW YORK, June 4 (DP)
Two persons pushed through
a plate glass window and were
badly cut by a bargain hun-
gry crowd of 2,000, as New
York's price war entered Its
fifth day.
The mishap occurred at a
department store In the
Bronx. A police detail called
for reinforcements aa the
milling crowd stormed the
store for items being sold at
cut prices. A large crowd were
also on hand this morning at
Manhattan stores which had
been the center of the price
war.
Allied observers said the Rus-
sians would insist that the poll
show that Eastern Germany op-
poses Allied plans for German
rearmament.
Voting under Communist aus-
pices has been under way secret-
ly for weeks in West Germany.
The Communist "plebiscite com-
mittee" said the vast majority of
West German ballots were "yes."
West Germany's all-German
Affairs Minister Jakob Kaiser de-
nounced the plebiscite as a "Bol-
shevist maneuver." He said the
Communist Party and its "Ges-
tapo" the Eastern State's Se-
curity Servicehad made lt Im-
possible for anyone to vote "no."
Brazilian Avialrix
On Good Will Trip
Slops at Panam
The noted Brazilian woman
flyer Ada Rogato is a visitor in
Panam today on a good-will
trip from Rio de Janeiro through
Central America to Los Angeles
and Canada.
She landed her 90 h.p. Cessna
at Tocumen yesterday afternoon,
with 10,000 miles of solo flight
already behind her on the trip.
Mrs. Rogato will call on the
First Lady of Panam, Mrs. He-
llodora de Arosemena, during her
stay here.
Before leaving Colombia yes-
terday, she was made an honor-
ary pUot in the Colombian Air
Force and appointed an active
member of the Aero Club of Co-
lombia. She plans to take off day
after tomorrow for San Jos,
Costa Rica.
4 Destroyers
Here; 1380
To Go Ashore
RP Police Probe
Highway Accident
Fatal To Cyclist
Panamanian authorities are
continuing investigations start-
ed yesterday into the vehicle
accident at Villa del Carmen
near Caplra, on the Inter-
American Highway, in which
one young man, Ovidio Saenz,
was killed, and another, Gil-
berto Cont Tuon. was injured.
The dead and injured men were
said to have been riding on a
bicycle.
Tito del Moral, Jr.. a member
of the Panama City Municipal
Council, has been accused of
responsibility for the accident.
His car overturned several miles
from the crash.
Reds Stipulate Agenda
At Wash. Conference
PARIS, June 4 (UP)Russia
has agreed to a Big Four For-
eign Ministers conference in
Washington July 23. but only on
the condition that the issues 01
the North Atlantic Pact and
United States bases in Europe
are Included in the agenda.
Four ships of Destroyer Divi-
sion 161 tod ay arrived at Balboa
at 8 a.m. en route' to Norfolk,
Virginia, after seven months of
combat operations off the North
Korean coast. A complement of
over 1,380 officers and men will
be given liberty this afternoon
and evening in the Canal Zone
and Panama.
The four ships, the USS Eng-
lish, the USS Hank, the USS
Wallace Llnd and the US8 Borle
participated In the long siege of
the major port of Wonsan, as
part of the United Nations
Blockading and Escort Force.
Operating through mlne-lnfest-
ed waters, the ships Joined in the
tight blockade which sealed the
use of all harbors on the Korean
coast to Red sea forces.
Commanders of the ships are:
Commander R. J. Toner, ENG-
LISH, Commander M. F. Bow-
man, BORIE. Commander E. B.
Carlson, LIND and Comander A.
R. Olsen, HANK, Leading the
Destroyer Division In from sea
was the USS English, flagship of
Captain Claude A. Dillavou who
Is the squadron commander of
the battle-seasoned Atlantic
Fleet ship.
On Christmas eve the entire
division was anchored off the
embattled port of Hungnam as
part of the Naval force protect-
ing the successful withdrawal
and redeployment of over 100,-
000 United Nations troops.
The ships expect to leave the
Canal Zone tomorrow morning,
on the last leg of the homeward
bound cruise.
The vessels are all 2.200 ton
destroyers had transited the Ca-
nal last September.
Joe H. Kent Dies
In Sweelwaler .
Alter Long Illness
LONDON, June 4 (UP) The British Government
has stepped up the tempo of discussions with the United
States on a peace overture in Korea.
Top-level discussions on an armistice offer will pro-
bably begin in the near future.
Diplomatic sources in Washington said today that
the "climate is favorable" for negotiating a cease-fire in
the general area of the 38th Parallel if the Chinese Reds
show a sincere willingness to talk terms.
But they emphasized that the United Nations are
ready to continue the fight indefinitely and relentlessly it
Peiping wants to go on sacrificing its men against the
massed firepower of the Allies.
It was also made clear here,
as the major Allies prepared to
review the Korea situation, that
there Is no willingness to dis-
cuss Formosa or United Nations
membership with the Chinese
Reds. .u
Britain has agreed with the
United States now that deci-
sions on those two questions
must be left to the United Na-
tions, that the only subject for
discussion with Peiping is a
settlement in Korea.
This represents a reversal of
the altlude In London, where lt
previously had been held that
the United Nations should agree
to discuss a general settlement
in the Far East in return for a
cease-fire in Korea.
In Washington, Secretary of
State Dean Acheson revealed
that the Joint Chiefs of Staff
have worked out "cease fire"
conditions which, he Indicated.
Joe H. Kent, former Municipal
Division employe, died May 26 In
Sweetwater, Texas, where he had
lived since leaving the Canal or-
ganization In September 1947. He
was 50 years old.
Mr Kent had been hospitaliz-
ed in Sweetwater since leaving
the Isthmus.
He came to the Canal Zone in
January 1940 from Washington.
He served as a general operator
in the Municipal Division
throughout his Canal rvl.
He was born in Stockton,
Texas, and was employed for
about 20 years in various parts
of Texas. Arkansas. California
and Washington before coming
to the Isthmus.
He was a member of the Ma-
sonic Lodge in Sweetwater and
of the Masonic bodies. Abou Saad
Temple and Panam Canal Con-
sistory.
Mr. Kent is survived by his
wife.
Zonlan Hurt In
Car Collision
Near Corozal
Aloha Holcomb, 24, an Amer-
ican, received bruises on her
right leg yesterday afternoon
when a car In which she was a
passenger was sldeswlped by a
sedan operated by Pvt. William
Edwin Emerson about a half mile
north of Corozal on Gaillard
Highway.
Prior to the accident, accord-
ing to a Police report, Emerson's
vehicle had forced several on-
coming cars to pull off the road-
way, and the desk officer at the
Balboa Police Station had re-
ceived a complaint against Em-
erson for reckless driving in the
vicinity of the Corozal Commis-
sary.
The car In which Miss Hol-
comb was a passenger was being
driven by Edwin Boyd Baum-
bach, 24, an American. Consid-
erable damage was done to both
cars.
Police Investigation disclosed
that Emerson was Intoxicated at
the time of the accident, and he
was placed under arrest. He was
released to Army authorities and
will be returned for trial Thurs-
day.
would permit the fighting to
stop in the neighborhood of the
38th parallel. The front lines
now are at or near the parallel,
the old dividing line between
North and South Korea.
Acheson did not reveal those
conditions, but said the "UN
people'' know about them ana
"the way is open" for the Chin-
ese Reds to seek peace.
Acheson made lt plain tnat
a cease fire would merely "stop
the shooting" in Korea, and be
the first step down the lona
road towards withdrawing all
troops from Korea and settling
the many Issues in dispute with
the Chinese Reds.
Britain has been earnestly
consulting Commonwealth na-
tions on an armistice overture
in the Far East. Thinking has
not yet crystallised on how such
an overture should be made.
Diplomatic sources say even a
simple call for an armistice
would have to include certain
terms as to who would super-1
vise the armistice, and what
zone would become a No Man*
Land.
British sources denied there
has been any political pressure
from Britain to slow down the
the new advance of Lt. Gen.
James A. Van Fleet's Unite*
Nations forces In Korea. Th
slowdown was a purely milita
B
matter, they said.
Balboa High's 41st
Commencement Is
Tomorrow at 8 P.M.
The 41st annual commence-
ment exercises of the Balboa
High School will be held tomor-
row at 8 p.m. In the Balboa
Theater.
Guests will be admitted to the
exercises by ticket only.
Four of the honor graduate*
wUl speak on "We Face TodayY*
The invocation will be given
by Dean Raymond T. Ferris, ana
the benediction wUl be present-
ed by Reverend Terrence Moo-
ney, C. M. Terence Ford will glva
the president's address. The di-
plomas will be awarded by Roger
W. Colllnge, and Harold T. aler-
ten will present the class.
Panamanian's Body
Found on Bloody San''
At Paitiila Beach
Bernardo Ruiz, a resident of
Rio Abajo was found dead ves-
terday on the beach at Paitiila
Point. His body was sent to
Santo Tomas Hospital for an
autopsy. Considerable blood war
spattered on the sand nearby.
Panama police author! les rr
Investigating the c-se in or;
to establish the cause of deat
Ruiz, a chauffer, was 41 yeai
old.
Iran Oil Settlement Nearer
Despite 'Comedy Of Errors
TEHERAN, June 4 (UP)
Chances for a peaceful settle-
ment of the Anglo-Iranian oil
dispute appeared brighter today
despite an embarrassing but ap-
parently harmless mlxup of di-
plomatic messages.
The British cabinet, meeting
tomorrow to act on final plans
(or forthcoming talks with Iran,
is expected to acknowledge the
nationalization plan In principle,
but to Insist on safeguarding the
free flow of oil to the West.
United States Ambas s a d o r
Honry T. Orady said he was
more hopeful than I have been
for some time" that an "equi-
able and satisfactory" solution
ill be found In the crisis over
an's plans to nationalize the
ltlsh-owned Anglo-Iranian OU
>moany.
Grady's optimistic statement
came as Iranians were chuckling
over a diplomatic "comedy of
errors" disclosed bv the Tehe-
ran radio. The radio broadcast
said President Truman's mes-
sage to British Prime Minister
Clement Attlee went by mistake
to Iranian Premier Mohamed
Mossadegh.
(The Stale Department in
Washington said the messages
to At'.lee and Mossadegh were
"substantially" the same and
"we don't think" any damage
... do.ie bv the switch. )
Gradv todav handed Mossa-
degh the message originally in-
tended for him.
Unconfirmed reports here said
rioting had broken put In the
\lrlnltv of the oil fields.
Several hundred Moslem fana-
to have
Catholic
tics were reported
stormed the Roman
church t Abadan.
An estimated 3.000 men of,
Brltlan's 16th Inpendent Para-1
chute Brigade, having Just
learned that King George VI
had approved their new motto
"Readv for Anything," left,
Portsmouth for Cyprus, where |
they will be held in readiness
for any outbreak of violence
threatening Britons In the Iran-
ian oilfields.
In case of trouble Britain has
mans to evacuate by air 1.500
British wives and children, the
families of Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company employes, from Aba-
dan.
Several hundred of them are
presentlv being moved to Aba-
dan from distant points In the
oilfields.
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riage Dians. and flew him to Atlanta to be near his "ride-to
be He later flew home to Sioux Falls. S. D, to seek nis
parents' blessing on the wedding.


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Aloof Arabs Resent
US Help For Israel
CAIRO, Egypt, June 4 (UP)
The Arab states in the Middle
East are being constantlly wooed
by the western powers In the hope
that they will line up with the
antl-Communlst Iront.
Although they are definitely
anti-Communists, the Arab states
show no sign of siding with the
west and if an east-west clash
occurred tomorrow, it is probable
that the Arab states would be
neutral.
The reason is not hard to find.
Egypt, Iraq and Saudl-Arabla
particularly, and Transjordan,
Syria and Lebanon to a lesser ex-
tent, are still bitter at the United
States attitude towards Israel.
A leading Egyptian politician
laid:
"American state department
officials have recently gone out
f their way to be pleasant to-
ward Egypt and the Arab nations
in general. Many cordial referen-
ces have been made regarding
Arab aspiratlona and there have
even been promises of financial
aid."
"But American money is pour-
ing into Israel. It Is reported that
a huge loan has Just been nego-
tiated. Hardly a week passes
without an American senator or
congressman attacking the Arabs
and praising the Jews. Under
these circumstances, how can you
expect us to support the west?"
Such views are widely held
throughout the Middle East.
The United States, however, is
not the only western country to
be pilloried. Britain is dally cas-
tigated In Egypt because she In-
sists on keeping her troops In the
Suez Canal. In Iraq, also. Britain
la constantly attacked because
she has air bases In that country.
In recent days, there has been
a fierce press campaign directed
against France because of alleged
atrocities in Morocco. Several
Egyptian papers have demanded
that diplomatic relations be bro-
ken off between the two countries
Ambush For Woodchurk
Backfires On Hunter
WORCESTER, Mass.. June 4
(UP) A woodchuck had been
raiding gardens on the outskirts
of this city.
Two next-door neighbors,
Lyle McManamy and Joseph
Connor, lay In ambush near
their homes, waiting for the
woodchuck to appear.
When the chuck appeared,
both men fired.
McManamy was treated at a
hospital for leg wounds.
The chuck escaped.
and that retaliatory measures be
taken against French subjects in
Egypt.
The anti-French campaign Is
not confined to Egypt. It Is wide-
spread throughout the Middle
East despite official declarations
made in Paris that there have
been no atrocities and that all is
calm In Morocco. I
Under tnese circumstances, po-
litical observers believe it would
be unwise, even foolish, to count
on the Arab nations supporting
the West. They point out that
while the West tries to woo the
Arabs, the East Is engaged in a
campaign of stirring up trouble
designed to create dissatisfaction
wherever they can.
Mounties Will Coach
Youths On Firearms
HALIFAX, N. 8., June 4 (UP)
The Mounties have wlrked out
a plan In Nova Scotia which will
encourage boys to handle fire-
arms, but with a method.
RCMP officials have decided
that if boys are going to use
guns for hunting and target
practice they should know
something about the "do's" and
"don'ts" involved.
For that reason the com-
manding officer of the Halifax
division, assistant commissioner
O. M. Curlelgh, has arranged
for boys 14 years and up to at-
tend supervised target practice.
Panagra Adds New
Tourist Flight
New Panagra schedule which
go into effect tomorrow feature
an added DC-4 tourist flight each
week, and reduction of elapsed
time on tourist services between
Buenos Aires and Miami by more
than one hour, it was announced
at company headquarters.
The new tourist service, which
operates between Miami and Li-
ma, increases the number of
DC-4 four-engine services to
three per week, and makes possi-
ble direct connections at Lima
with El Inter-Americano and
tourist flights for all Bolivian
flights to and from the United
States and Europe. .
Under this latest schedule it
will be possible for the first time
to fly from the United States to
Santa Cruz, Bolivia, and from La
Paz to the United States, with-
out changing planes.
In addition to the new tourist
service, several changes have
been made in days and hours of
DC-3 flights, although the fre-
quency of service to all cities re-
mains the same.
No change has been made in
the operation of Panagra's blue
ribbon El Inter-Americano
flights.
MATS In 3rd Year
As Global Airline
One of the first activities to be
organized after the armed serv-
ices were unified was the Mili-
tary Air Transport Service. This
"CUobal Airline5 marked its third
anniversary June 1.
Military Air Transport Service
planes have traversed the earth
with cargoes of practically every,
thing from nuts and bolts to air-
craft engines. In some cases they
have even transported aircraft.
Only a year ago the first MATS
aircraft to be lost was a C-M,
caught on the ground In Korea
after it had finished unloading
Its cargo. Since that day MATS
has flown many hundreds of
hours and many thousands of
miles delivering guns and am-
munition to the United Nations
Forces to halt the aggressor. It's
not a one way deal either for on
the return trip each airplane
carries its load of the sick and
wounded returned for medical
treatment.
Air lift of strategic materials
Is not new to MATS. In Its short
three years as an organization
formed the Air Transport Com-
mand and the Naval Air Trans-
port Service, it has been called
upon twice; first as the mainstay
for "Operation Vlttles" carrying
vital supplies to beleaguered Ber-
lin and now functioning as the
Pacific Airlift to Korea. During
Operation Vlttles MATS, In con-
junction with other components
of the Air Force, deposited over
two million tons of food and oth-
er necessities, despite adverse
weather conditions, cramped
landing and flying space.
This enviable record was due
in no small way to the various
operational services of the MATS
family, the Airway and Air Com-
munications Service, Air Weath-
er Service. Air Rescue Service
and the Flight Advisory Board.
The Airways and Air Commu-
nication Service, or AACS Is a
world wide system of communi-
cations and navigational aids to
insure safe movement of air-
craft. Utilizing 19 different types
of these aids in its overall opera-
tions, AACS arrives on the scene
of any Air Force flying activity
and leaves late. At the outbreak
of hostilities in Korea, 320 com-
munications specialists were air-
lifted to augment AACS activi-
ties already on the scene. In its
global scope, AACS is called up-
on to work in close cooperation
with other MATS operations, as-
sisting the Air Weather Service
In the transmission of weather
data and Insuring that the Flight
Service has rapid and accurate
communication service.
The Caribbean area is serviced
by two AACS squadrons, the
1078th at Albrook and the 1938th
at Ramey in Puerto Rico. These
two squadrons work on a round-
the clock schedule operating
control towers, teletype message
centers and various navigational
aids to long overwater flights on
a global basis wherever aircraft
fly. In the Korean theater, Res-
cue performs dally flights behind
the enemy lines to rescue downed
air crews or to evacuate serious-
ly wounded soldiers. In many
cases, not only In Korea but in
other parts of the world as well
this prompt humane action has
meant the difference between
life and death for many a down-
ed airman. The Rescue Service is
represented in tho Caribbean by
Flight B, 1st Rescue Squadron.
Their SB-17's with droppable life
boats are familiar figures along
the flight line, ready to depart
at a moment's notice to alleviate
distress wherever it may be.
The smallest but not the least
important of the MATS services
is the Flight Advisosy Board. Un-
like any other MATS service,
Flight Service is strictly a Conti-
nental operation, being charged
with the safe operation of air-
craft throughout the US.
In addition to the operation of
a global airline, supervision of
the operation services, MATS is
also charged with the responsi-
bility of insuring that the vast
pool of civil aircraft is ready for
use In times of emergency. The
smooth integration of the neces-
sary commercial aircraft in the
Pacific airlift is a good example
of the close co-operation between
MATS and private airlines. These
aircraft are used only on a con-
tinental basis and each plane Is
operated by a civilian crew fam-
iliar with its operation.
This King of all
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From Blizzardly
Cold Canada
Tht King at all cough medicines
Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture
nos been used for yean In over 70%
of Canada's homes. Fo*t working
triple acting Buckley's Canadiol Mix
ture quickly loosens and raises phlegm
ledged in the tubes clears air pel-
sages soothes rasped raw tissues,
one or two sips and worst coughing
spasm ceases. You get results fast.
You feel the effect of Buckley's Im-
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Compounded from rare Canadian
Pine Balsam and other toothing heal-
ing Ingredients Buckley's CANADIOL
Mixture it different from anything
you ever tried do get a bottle of this
great Canadian cough medicina to-
day at ony good drug store.
New Oil Source Lies
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EDMONTON, Alberta, June 4
(UP). Nearly 10,000 square
miles of Canadian "muck" soon
may provide the western world
with a new source of oil.
Ever since the earliest explor-
ers came upon northern Alberta's
multi-billion barrel tar sands,
the question has persisted: could
the deposits be tapped economi-
cally?
The Alberta government, which
took a major part in investigat-
ing the area 150 miles north of
here in recent years, has come
out with an affirmative answer.
It published a report by a petro-
leum expert, Sidney M. Blalr of
Toronto, who had conducted a
12-month Investigation for the
government.
Blalr's report that the oil could
be extracted from the sand and
moved by pipeline to market out-
lets at a profit created wide in-
terest throughout the western
hemisphere.
The giant Anglo-Iranian Oil
Co. of London was the first to
show direct Interest. Three offi-
cials of the firm made an on-the-
spot investigation.
Those who had viewed the tar
sands said they stretched 100
miles along the Athabasca River
arid 60 miles on either side of it.
Published drilling information
said deposits were hundreds of
feet deep in places. They were
believed also to exist far beyond
what could be seen from the sur-
face.
When men walked across the
naked deposits, they got oil stains
on their shoes. During the sum-
mer heat, oil could be seen ooz-
ing to the surface and, running
down the river banks.
Estimates of the reserves rang-
ed as high as 250,000.000.000 bar-
rels but the exact amount was
expected to be realised only when
the area comes under develop-
ment. The key to development
was believed to be the means of
separation. In that regard, the
Alberta government developed a ,
hot water process or dehydration, i
By-products, including sul-
phur. were described as a major
consideration.
Fire Chief Retires
Not To Fade Away
SAULT 8TE. MARIE. June 4
Mich. (UP) Fire chief Frank
F. Trombley retired after 45
years service on the 8ault Ste.
Marie fire department.
After viewing the recent na-
tional debate over the policies
of Oen. Douglas Mac Arthur.
Trombley said: "I may hava re-
tired, but I won't fade away."
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TONDA!. JUNE 1951
TH PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIXT NEWSPAPER
PAGE TURES
Latin American Eyes Focus On
952 US Presidential Election
WASHINGTON, June 4 (UP) Latin American di-
plomats estimpte that the United Statee political cam-
>aign of 1952 will be the most important to Western
Hemisphere countries since Franklin 6. Roosevelt won the
residential race in 1932.
Preliminary steps by the Republican and Democratic
arries in organizing conventions for next year, and the
ncertain prospects of the many possible candidates, are
Jehing watched with unusual interest.
During the 1932 campaign it was generally known
hat Roosevelt intended to inaugurate the "Good Neigh-
>or" policy, and his Inter-American views were officially
reclaimed soon after his inauguration on March 4, 1933.
Since that date the United States' bipartisan attitude
award the Inter-American relations has grown gradually,
tind Latin American declarations have been a subordinate
eature of national political campaigns here.
Mr. Truman'6 views are slmi-sure long term equltablllty of
ar to those of his predecessor,
feenator Arthur Vandenberg of
Michigan, chief of Republican
foreign policy spokesman until
lls recent death, kept the Repub-
lcan party policies closely In line
iwlth those of the Democratic ad-
nlnlstratlon.
While diplomats believe that
)0th the Republican and Demo-
ratlc parties will renew friendly
Ideclarations toward Latin Amer-
ican Republics In their 1952 plat-
forms, they find many new
themes for observation and spe-
culation .
First, It Is now apparent that
Mr. Truman's candidacy for re-
nominatlon will be guarded se-
cret for many months, if he runs
again for President, a hard
fo-ght battle Is in prospect.
Except for Mr. Truman, the La-
tin-American views of the other
Democratic candidates, as well as
all the possible Republican can-
didates, are little known. No pro-
minent Republican has assumed
Vandenberg's mantle as the
friendly champion of Inter Ame-
rican relations.
Second, the regional Interests
of the Inter American system
have been moving steadllv to-
ward a closer affiliation with the
universal systepi of the United
Na*,rns rnd affiliates.
The American Republics re-
tain regional autonomy to some
extent in the world system. But
pur-lic attention here is ab-
sorbed with the United States
regional interest' in Europe,
Asia and the Middle East.
Latin American diplomats,
therefore, are hopeful that the
presidential nominees of both
parties In the next campaign will
give greater relative emphasis to
hemispheric affairs
The practical significance of
uch an emphasis is Indicated by
the fact that Latin America will
receive -less than one per cent of
the proposed United States for-
eign military and economic aid
appropriations for the fiscal year
of 1952.
Some diplomats therefore hope
that the leaders of both parties
In 1952 will evaluate the United
States' long term regional Inter-
ests In a closer conformity to
their relative historical and eco-
nomic Importance.
Third. It is expected that the
United States defense program
will reach its production peak in
1952. Consequently the short
term outlook is highly favorable
for imports from Latin America,
encouragement for nw materials
production in those countries and
extension of technical coopera-
tion.
However, many Latin Ameri-
can diplomats are concerned a-
bout the after-effects of possi-
ble inflation, and post emer-
gency relaxation in demand for
products from their countries.
They, therefore, see a need
that the next President of the
United States, regardless of par*
ty. should have an active and
sympathetic Interest In the Inter
American relations. The pros-
pective candidates will be judged
In this light.
The specific themes of the
United States national politics
which will attract Latin Ameri-
can attention include:
Cost Of Living Unless the
world political situation gets
worse In 1952, the Republican
Party will sharply challenge ma-
ny Democratic Administration
programs, such as price fixing
and production controls which
affect living standards.
The price level in the United
States has a great influence on
the price structure in the other
American Republics. The recent
American Foreign Mini s t e r s
meeting found it Impossible to
chart a course which would as-
Pale Weak
Nervous Women
If you could only realize Just what
Ferrizan would do lor you. you would
not continue to suffer needlesslythere
w< uld be no hesitation whateveryou
would fo to your druggist and say. "I
want a bottle of Ferrizan." and start at
once to throw off that nervous depres-
sion that is slowly but surely dragging
you down. Ferrizan Is more than a ionic.
It is a restorative, nerve food, blood and
tissue bMlder all in one and that is why
such extraordinary results are achieved
in cases of Anaemia or Bloodlestness.
Weakness. Sleeplessness. Brain Fag and
Nerve Troubles.
For overstrain of any kind you must
iay with nervous or other troubles un-
as* you take a powerful bracing tonic
like Ferrisan which so feeds the nerves,
enriches the blood. Improves the diges-
tion and strengthen* the body's resist-
ance that you ran throw off and with-
stand any extra call* uonn vour strength.
Get a package of Perrlr.in today from
any good drug stoic.
prices for raw materials versus
manufactures.
Metals and Petroleum The
defense program and the world
emergency has favored liberal
United States policies toward the
importation of the Latin Ameri-
can metals and oil. But the ab-
normal demands, at the same
time, have led to United States
encouragement of domestic me-
tals production, and speedup in
plans for the development of
synthetic fuels.
If the extraordinary world de-
mand should relax, Independent
petroleum Interests and metals
producers In the United States
will presumably renew their de-
mand for "protection." It Is not
expected, however, that this ten-
dency will become a major poli-
tical Issue here as early as 1952.
Saint Lawrence Seaway Both
parties will consider the expedi-
ency of a declaration regarding
the construction of a waterway to
the Great Lakes. This project will
have a large bearing upon whe-
ther the United States will In fu-
ture look chiefly to Labrador and
Ontario, or to South America, for
expanding requirements of Iron.
The Nicaragua Canal or a sea
leilel Panama Route The long-
standing political Interest In a
new or Improved Atlantic-Paci-
fic waterway has apparently
waned in the last two years. But
changes In the world strategical
pattern, particularly In the Mid-
dle East, might again make this
Ex-Hubby Hustles To Re-Wed, Wife
Oversees His Arrest As Lunatic
NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 4
(UP)The ex-husband of Flor-
ence Redelsheimer accused the
buxom former Army nurse today
of luring him here on a promise
of re-marrlage only to have him
jailed as a mental case.
James T. Benn. Miami contrac-
tor and one of the two husbands
in Mrs. Redelsheimer's tangled
legal and love life, won parole to
his attorneys after doctors de-
cided he is not "medically In-
sane."
Benn was seized by Tennessee
troopers late last night as he
stepped from a plane from New
York. The action was a sequel to
Mrs. Redelsheimer's arrest In
Florida a few weeks ago on big-
amy charges brought by Benn.
The charges late' were dropped.
The third person in the trian-
gle, 58-year-old Jonas Redels-
heimer, prominent Nashville
an attractive theme for partly
platform declarations.
Shipping Policy The United
States Senate recently has been
re-appralslng marina policies. In
particular reference, to the huge
registration of former United
States vessels under such foreign
registries as Panama and Hondu-
ras. Partisan implications of this
interest are not yet clear.
Point Four Aid Developments
The Democratic Party undoubt-
edly will laud Mr. Truman's pro-
gram for International technical
cooperation already highly ad-
vantageous to Latin America.
Republican politicians are in-
terested In the revival of private
investments abroad. These situa-
tions will overlap In platform de-
ck*, tlons regarding the size and
direction of the United States as-
sistance to foreign development
projects.
Latin American sources expect
both the Democratic and the Re-
publican Parties in 1952 to reaf-
firm the political and military
phases of Inter American coop-
eration. They would like to see a
closer Integration of economic
with nolltlcal policies and a
greater emphasis on the hemis-
phere economy.
landowner, lies "very 111" at his
home on the old Hermitage prop-
erty where Andrew Jackson once
lived.
Both Benn and Redelsheimer
claim the paternity of Mrs. Red-
elsheimer' child, born In Nash-
ville last June after she left Benn
and returned to the man who
had been her husband before she
met the contractor. She said
Benn "hypnotized" her into mar-
riage while she was still wed to
Redelsheimer.
Mrs. Redelsheimer, a tall and
ample blonde, is a former nation-
al vice-commander of the Amer-
ican Veterans. She was an Army
nurse In World War II.
Benn is now "somewhere In
Nashville" but must appear at a
lunacy hearing In General ses-
sions Court tomorrow atternoon.
Mrs. Redelsheimer accompa-
nied police to the airport last
night and watched unmoved as
the police pounced on Benn.
"Florence, why do you d this
to me?" Benn cried.
Locked in the county jail, Benn
was released this morning alter
County Health Director John H.
Lentz decided he was not medic-
ally insane. Normally, no ball Is
allowed on lunacy warrants.
Mrs. Redelsheimer's brother,
Jocque Miller, accompanied Benn
from New York and appeared
surprised when his companion
was arrested.'
"She promised me that she was
divorcing Jonas because she be-
lieved I should be close to the
baby and we would be re-married
and would go off together," Benn
said. "I didn't know It was going
to be a trap.
"If I'm orazy, it's because I love
her so much and want to see my
baby."
Baby Dies In Gorges
Alvln Archer, baby son of Mr.
and Mrs. Walford Archer of No.
503 Red Tank, died at Oorgas
Hospital yesterday. Funeral serv-
ices will be announced later.
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THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN OD1F1NDINT DAILI NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JUNK 4, 1951
JrVhite Sox Split, Retain Two-Game A.L. Margin-
[affray And Joyce Again
mish 14' With 30-06
2 The Balboa Oun Club broke out a new type of military das
*' target lor the DCM match yesterday, and used It for Doth
Bftv and rapid fire, maklm a considerably more difficult course.
2nd the average scores dropped considerably. However, Bill Jaf-
rlv o Albrook-Curundu Oun Club, and Al Joyce of the Balboa
tSn Club duplicated their last week's one-two finish as Jaffray
4tj*d 188 out of 185 and Joyce was right Dehlnd him with 188.
i. In third place was M/Sgt. Gil Kemm of Albrook-Curundu
fih 184. Kemm hasn't been an active shooter in recent months.
BE showed that he hasn't lost his touch by coming out cold and
teeing an excellent score over a tough course.
The new target has a 12 inch live rum at 200 yards, and i
"Wan provided' with a Inch "V" ling Inside the ten for break-
ing ties. The entire target is only 38 Inches across, and any-
thing outside this ring is a mies. One yard 300 yards aWay
didn't look very big! The course fired only Includes 12 shots
">iuw fire ancj tl shots rapid fire, and it was on the rapid lire
-that most of the.scores uropped.
J This inaU#wi.s excellent, practice for the Canal Zone Bcot-
M Association's Big Bor* team match over the NRA short course
w'ich will be held on two Sundays. The 100 yard part of the
match will be fired on Sunday, June 10th. and the 200 yard por-
*wi on dundjiv. June 17th. This will be a team matcH, with In-'
Sividual entnes also accepted, and the entry fee because of the
lgh cost of the targets #111 be $2.00 per man.
The Marine Barracks teams which have added so much to
' local competition will be away over June 10th, firing in competi-
tion with the British at Bermuda. Therefore arrangement will
be made for them to fin the course in competition with the
' acores ported by the other local teams on their return.
The course to be fired consists of 10 shots slow fire sitting
at a 2 inch ten rinR at 100 yards, plus 10 shots rapid fire sit-
ting and ten shots slow fire standing at a 4 inch ten ring at
100 vards. The rapid fire calls for 10 shots In 60 seconds. The
200 yard section of the shoot Is all prone; 10 shots slow and 10
hots rapid, all at a 4 inch ten ling. NRA decimal targets will
be used. National Rifle Association rules will prevail, and any
xlRhu may be used. The rifle must use government 30-06 am-
munition. Balboa and Aibrook-Curundu will have teams, and it
Is hoped that the Marines will also enter. Any of the other mi-
litary or civilian organizations on the Isthmus are invited to
nter, and entries will be accepted at the range at Far Fan up
Until firing starts at 9 a.m.
The scores in vesterdava match were as follows:
Competitor Club Slow Rapid ToUl
B'll Jaffray. Albixok-Cuiundu .... 58- 6v 13I-13v 188-19
Al Joyce. Balboa ................. 55- 3v 133- 8v 188-llV
. Gil Kemm, Albrook-Curundu...... 68- 5v 129- 8v 184-13
- John Counselman. Marine Barracks 57- 6v 125- 8v 182-12V
i Clayton R. Breckon. Balboa ...... 58- 3v 123- 7v I81-10V
Archie Turner, Balboa ............ 57- 8v 122- 9v 179-17V
' ~A.-dy Pomoura. Marine Barracks .. 57- lv 122- 8v 179- 9v
Paul Anderson, Balboa ............ 54- 2v 125- 5v 179- 7v
#os Zembroski. Marine Barracks .. 53- 3v 125- 7v 178-10*
iJinimy Weeks, Marine Barracks .. 50- lv 128- 6v 178- 7v
Lymaii Jackson. Balboa .......... 54- 3v 134- 4v 178-7v
; "Wayne Lucas. Balboa .......... 36- 6v 120- 5v 178-llv
.J.ihn McClure. Marine Barracks .. 57- 4v 116- 5v 173-lOv
Win. Donaleskl. Marine barracks .. 53- lv 120- 6v 173- 7v
Allen Brumfiel. Marine Ba-racks 58- 5v 114- 6v 172-llv
It. C. Stringer, Marine Barracks .. 54- 4v 118- 5v 172- 9v
"L. H. Pratt, Marine Barracks...... 53- lv 119- 2v 172- 3v
J^ack O'Connell. Balboa .......... 50- 121- v 171-6v
Sr.in Schrunk. Marine Barrack .. 53- lv 117- 2v 170- lv
JGeorge H. Duckworth. Balboa ___ 44- 4v 125- 7v 169-llv
R. A. Newton, Marine Barracks .. 3- lv 115- 4v 168- 5v
Bill Merriman. Albrook-Curundu .. 31- lv 117- 2v 168- 4v
}{E. Thamalis. Marine Barracks .... 56- 2v 110- 4v 166- 6v
Wm. Way. Marine Barracks ...... 50- 2v 115- 5v 165- 7v
'Ted Albritton. Balboa ............ 48- lv 117- 5v 165- 6v
tBoyd W. Ferry, Balboa ........... 60- 3v 113- 3v 168-8v
Lew Ryan. Balboa...........".___ 52- 2v 110- 3v 162- 5v
!T"m McNeill. Balboa ............. 44-2 109- 6v 183- 7v
i.S. Todhunter Todd. Balboa ...... 49- 2v 102- 2v 151-4v
{Cliff Brewster. Albrook-Curundu .. 46- 3v 91- 2v 137- 3v
W R. Briggs. Marine Barracks .... 38 88 186
Faces In
The Majors
ti-
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jArmy Cops Pacific Divisional
Softball Loop Championship
Army won the first half-season
championship of the Pacific Divi-
sional Softball League without
the loss of a game. Commissary
and Post Office wound up in a tie
for second placa.
The averages follow:
Pacific Divisional Softball
League
(First Balf-leason)
Teams Won Loit Pr.
Army .-....... S 0 1.000
Commissary .... 3 8 .601)
Post Office..... 3 2 .600
Building Division. 2 3 .400
Housing....... 1 4 .200
Navy.......... 1 4 .200
Leading Batsmen
AB H Ave.
Burrows (Com.".. 20 14 .700
Howard (Bldg.i.. 11 6 .646
Clarke (P.O.i.. ..13 7 .539
Tulloch lArmvt.. 15 8 .538
Beckles (Com.) ..18 9 500
Duncan (Com.) ..22 10 .455
Most Runs Scored
Beckles iCom......... 8
Most Base Hits
Burrows 'Com.).'.......14
Most Doubles
Beckles iCom.i........ 4
Most Triples
Howard (Bldg.)........ 2
Most Home Runs
Lawrence (N)........ 2
Most RBI'S
Wilson (Ni..........10
Most Bases on Balls
McCleod . Lindo (A>,
Lynch (A)...... 5 ea.
Most Strike outs
Van Battenburg iCom.),
Davis (A)........ 2 ea.
.Moat Stolen Bases
Van Battenburg (Com.),
Duncan (Com.).. .. 3 ea.
Meat Sacrifice Hits
Smart (Bldg.i. Van Bat-
tenburg (Com.'.. .. lea.
Most Total Bases
Burrows (Com.'.......16
Leading Pitchers
Won Lost Pet.
Davis (Army). ..3 0 1.000
Smith (Com.i. ..2 0 1.000
Luke Eaater
Con Dempsay
Spur Cola Wins
La Boca Senior
Softball Crown
George Beckles' Spur Oela cop-
ped the flrat half season cham-
pionship of the ten-team La Bo-
ca Senior Softball League by
trouncing Panama Radio Cor-
poration in the play-oft game.
Averages for the first half
season follow:
La Beca Senior Senior Softball
League
First Half Season
W L Pet.
Spur Cola 8 1 889x
Panama 8tars 2 7 .339
Chesterfield 6 3 .667
Mueblera Ideal 6 3 667xx
Cervecera N. 5 4 .556
5 4 556
ptica Sosa 4 6 444
Philippine Rat. 3 6 .333
Panaam Stars 2 7 333
ilks...... 1 8 111
x Spur Cola won play -off for
first place.
xx Mueblera Ideal won play-
Off for third place
Leading aBtsmen
Ab H Ave.
L. Small (MI) .22 11 .500
F. Morgan (A) 23 11 483
J. Brathwalte 26 12 .480
W. Holder PRO 34 18 .471
C. Nurse (SO 22 111 .435
G Raveneau (Chi 31 8 .439
O. Alemn (Ral.' 26 11 .433
A. Red (MI) 31 12 .413
J. Leslie (A) 28 11 .393
P. Malcolm (PRC 32 12 .375
G. Sealey (SCi 30 11 .367
Moat Runs Scored
W. Holder (PRO, F. Morgan
(A) 13 each.
Most Doubles
P. Malcolm (PRO, B. Williams
(PRC), O. Alemn (Re.) 5
each.
Most Triples
11 players tied with one each.
Most Homeruna
E Pueaey (Ch.) 3.
Most RBI"s
G. Sealey (SO 16.
Most Base-on-bslls
K. Nisbeth (PS i 9.
Most Strike Outs
H. King (PSi 6.
Most Stolen Bases
C. Griffith (MD. N. Trottman
(Chi, W. Jones (OS) 3 each.
Most Sacrifice Hits
C.Castillo 'SO, C. Nurse 'SO,
D. Tudor (SO 3 each.
Leading Pitchers
W L Pet
L. Slnuns (SO ... 3 0 1.000
R. Prince 'SO ... 3 0 1.000
R. Lynch "PRO ... 3 0 1.000
S. Tudor 'Chi .... 8 1 .833
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Indians Scalp Yankees;
Dodgers, Reds Win Two
By Uunited Press
NEW YORK, Juna 4 Tha White Sox retained the
American League lead by two games ahead of the second
place Yankees by splitting a doubleheader with the Red
Sox at Chicago, losing the opener 7-5 and winning the
nightcap 11*2.
*-
Thompson Scores StunningKO
Over Peralta; Return Bout Set
The Indians, back on the vic-
tory trail alter losing nine out of
ten late in May. delighted 75,183
Cleveland fans as first Bob Fel-
ler then Bob Lemon beat th#
Yankees, 8-3 and 4-1.
The Senators shared a twin-
bill with the Tiger, winning 8-4
and losing 12-2 at Detroit.
The Browns trimmed the Ath-
letics 2-1 after bowing 7-3 at St.
LoUta.
In the National League the
Dodger, forging steadily ahead,
moved to four ful' games in front
by defeating the Cub 3-2 and
8-3 at Ebbets Field.
The Reda walloped the Braves
1-1 afid 4-2 at Boston.
The Phillies assaulted the skid-
ding Pirates 11-2 and 8-3.
The Giants gained the first di-
vision for the first vtime when
they split a doubleheader with
the Cardinals, winning 1-0 on
Dave Koslo's two^hitter then los-
ing 4-3 at the Polo Orounde.
Feller, shooting for another
80-game aeasen, gained his se-
venth triumph hy holding the
Yankees to eight hits while big
Luke Easter nit two homers and
Al Rosen one.
In the second game. Lemon
who had won only one game from
the Yankees in the past two sea-
sons and had'lost seven to them
avenged himself while doling
out only four hits and getting a
homer which broke a scoreless tie
with Frank Shea in the fifth in-
ning.
The Indians' Easter and Larry
Doby later homered. The Yank-
Juan Franco
Mutual Dividends
FIRST RACE
1La Suerte 23. 85.20.
3Pesadilla 88.20.
SECOND RACE
111 Mono $8JO, $4.80.
3Torcaaa $8.20. _,
First Doubles: (La Suerte-El
Mono) 1188.84.
THIRD RACE
1Hurlecano 83.40. $3, $2.20.
2Tartufo $5.40. $2.20.
3Antecede $2.20.
One-Two: (Hurlecano-Tartu-
fe> $80.
FOURTH RACE
1Amazona $14, $4.80.
2Hortensia $3.
Quiniela: (Amaten Horten-
sia) $18.80.______
FIFTH RACE
1Welsh Loch $17.40, $4.
2Main Road $2.20
SIXTH RACE
1-Oran Dia $7.80, $4.20, $3.
tInterlude $.80, $3.80.
Alfonslto $5.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1-Welsh Fox $4.20, $2.80. $2.20.
2Carmela II $3.20, $2.20.
3Montlelito $2.20.
Second Doubles: (Gran Dia-
Welsh Fox) $1240.
EIGHTH RACE
1Costina $13.40, $8.20, $4.
2Valeblsa $4.80, $2.60.
3Hanna $4.
quiniela: (Costina Valeklia)
$23.80.
NINTH RACE
1-Gorsewood $2.60. $240, $2.20.
2 Gaywood $3.20. $2.60.
3Espartano $2.20.
One-Two: (Gorsewood .' Gay-
wood) $8.28.
TENTH RACE .
1Charlemont $0, $5.40. $3.20.
2Poleckaa $11.40, $5.40.
3Navato Trail $5.
ELEVENTH RACE
1Danubio $12.40, $5.
2 Cacique $340.
ees' Yogi Berra spoiled Lemon's
shutout wRh a homer in the last
inning.
Dave Koilo held the Cardinals
to two hits In the opener In
which Rookie Willie Mays scored
the only run after hitting his
second double and scoring on Ed-
die Stanky's single.
Max Lanier pitched shutout
ball until the eighth and gave up
only four hite, two by Mays and
two by Stanky.
In the second game Bill John-
son singled home tha winning
run for Harry Brecheen In the
eighth. The Cardinals' Brecheen
and the Giants' Bobby Thomson
and Wes Westrum homered. Stan
Muaiat hit a triple and three sin-
gles while driving In two runs.
The Dodgers' Carl Furlllo sin-
{led home the winning run in the
enth to give them their sweep
as Preacher Roe won his seventh
game without a loss.
In the opener in Newcombe
struck out 18 fcatterstops for
the National League thia sea-
sonto win his fifth game. Gil
Hodges hit his 17tb home run.
Illy Cox get six hits.
Ken Raffensberfer and Ewell
Black well were almost impregna-
ble as the Reds came from be-
hind to win both games, Vern
Bickford lost the opener.
Ted Klusi ble gave Blaekwell his Victory
margin. The Braves' Sid Gordon
hit a first game homer and Sam
Jethroe got one lr the second.
The Phils made It 14 defeats in
their last 15 games for the Pi-
rates as Robin Roberts turned In
a six-hitter. Bubba Church came
through with a five-hitter.
Willie Jones hit a first game
homer while the Phillies came
from behind to take the night-
cap as Granny Hamner hit a
grand slam homer. The Pirates'
Ralph Kiner hit hit 12th homer
in the opener.
The White So made 16 hits-
three each by Cuban Orestes Mi-
oso and Bob DUllnger and two
apiece by Nelson Fox. Jim Busby
and Al Carraaquelin their vic-
tory over the Red Sox But In the
opener the Red Sox's Lou lou-
dreau and Vern Stephens got
three hits each.
The White Sox's Eddie Robin-
on and the Red Sox's Les Moss
homered.
Vic Wertr led the Tigers to vic-
tory with a homer and three-aln-
gles but homers ruined the Tig-
ers In the opener when Pitcher
Al Sima, Irv Noren and Ed Yost
Unbeaten Luis Thompson last
night scored a stunning upset
three-round knockout victory
over hard-hitting Lionel Peralta
before a little over a thousand
fans at the Panama National
Oym.
Peralta, 134V, was a slight fa-
vorite to defeat the taller and
more experienced Thompson who
tipped the scales at 138 U- Lionel
seemed as though he would live
up to expectations when, after
taking a peppering series of left
labs to the face, he caught
Thompson with a solid right to
the jaw that sent him reeling to
the canvas.
At the count of eight, Thomp-
son Jumped to his feet and fin-
ished the round apparently re-
covered from the effects of the
knockdown.
The second round was all in
Thompson's favor. He complete-
ly outboxed Peralta and hit him
repeatedly with stinging left jabs
and hooks. Peralta fought back
consistently as he stalked his op-
ponent and tried to get him in a
corner. .... .
Midway through the third, af-
ter a brief and thrilling exchange
Thompson landed a solid right
flush on the* chin o Peralta. The
latter went down as theugh pole-
axed. He landed over the bottom
strand of rope and hung there
until Referee Rogelio Pinzn
reached eight, then he staggered
to his feet but was in a complete
dase as the referee finished the
count.
The knockout was produced at
one minute and four seconds of
the third round. .
Before the fight It was an-
nounced that Peralta would meet
Colon's Baby Hawkins in a re-
turn match. However, last night's
thriller prompted the promoter*
to change their minds and ar-
range a return meeting between
Thompson and Peralta later this
month.
Vicente Worrell chalked up his
fifth straight victory In the semi-
final bv virtue of a three-round
TKO over Baby Valentine. Wor-
rell damaged Valentine's nose to
such an extent after knocking
him down In the second round
that the latter had to quit be-
cause the Internal bleeding pre-
vented him from breathing.
Worrell weighed 124'4 again
Valentine's 122Vi.
Melanio Pacheco punched out
a unanimous four-round decision
against Leslie Green in one of the
two four-round preliminaries.
Pacheco. 115. put Green, 117.
down for an eight count in the
Tirst round.
Franklin McCree, 122"4. and
Marty Pier, 122, fought to a draw
in the other four-rounder.
American League
Wen Lost Pet.
7 .711
. 27 41
. 26 IS .684
. 23 19 .548
. 18 It .456
. 17 82 .428
. 13 28 .317
. 13 31 .288
Teams
Chicago .
New York .
Boatsm.....
Cleveland .
Detroit.....
Washington .
Philadelphia .
St. Louis. .
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit,
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
Boston at Chicago (N).
n -
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
New York 200 000 0013 8 1
Cleveland 000 J40 08x8 11 2
Raschl 18-31, San ford and Ber-
ra; Feller (7-1) and Hegan.
National League
Y' Hoop League
The Balboa Armed Services
Y.M.C.A. Warm-Up Basketball
League resumes play Tuesday
night. At 7 p.m., A.A.C.S. will
take on the losing but aggressive
Battery "C" 764th team. At 8:15
8pecial Troops vs.Hdq. 16th Na-
val District should be a very close
game.
Standing to date:
^A" LEAGUE
Teams Won Lost
6700th A.B.G....... I 1
6700th M. i S....... 8 1
504th F.A........... 2 4
Special Troops...... 1 4
Hdq. 18th Naval Dist... 1 4
"B" LEAGUE
Teams Won Lost
West Bank........ $ 0
A.A.C.S......... .. 3 2
Hospital .. .. TV"., .r 3
37th Engineers...... 2 4
Battery "C" 764th .. ,. 0 5
CENTRAL THEATRE
TODAY PRESENTS TODAY
at 9 p.m.
ANOTHER "SNEAK PREVIEW"
AN R.K.O. RADIO PICTURE!
connected.
The Browns' Stubby Overmlre
SItched a nine-hitter and would
ave had a shutout but for a
homer by the Athletics' pitcher,
Carl Scheib. In the second game.
The Athletics ^ook the opener
behind Dick Fowler's four-hitter
as Dave Phllley and Joe Tlpton
homered.
(Second Game)
New York 000 000 0011 4 1
Cleveland 000 013 OOx4 10 0
Shea (2-2). Ostrowski and Ber-
ra; Lemon (5-8) and Tebbetts.
Teams-
Brooklyn.
St. Louis .
New York
Boston .
Chicago .
Cincinnati.
Wan Leat Pet

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24
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2H
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Philadelphia. ...
Pittsburgh.....It
16
28
22
22
26
28
24
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.881
.566
.508
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.487
.867
TODAYS GAMES
Chicago at Brooklyn (N).
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at New York.
J
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Chicago 300 000 0003 8 t
Brooklyn 011 202 20x8 11 0
Hlller (6-4), Schmltx, Rush and
Walker; Newcombe (5-3) and
Campanella.
(First Game)
Boston 104 000 1107 13 0
Chicago 000 102 2005 11 0
Parnell (6-3), Kinder and Moss;
Holcombe (4-2), Aloma, Kretlow,
Rotblatt and Nlarhos, Mas!.
(Second Game)
Boston 100 000 010 2 7 1
Chicago 002 211 05X11 16 0
Stobbs (4-2),Evans,Maaterson,
Hinrich, McDermott and Moss;
Judson 12-u > and Masi.
(First Game)
Wash'ngton 210 011 0038 12 1
Detroit 001 002 1004 8 1
Sima. Haynes and Grasso;
Trout (2-6),Trucks, Johnson.Bo-
rowy and Ginsberg, Robinson.
(Second Game)
Wash'gton 01O 100 000 2 11 1
Detroit 402 001 12x10 13 1
Hudson (0-3) and Guerra; Hut-
chinson (3-2) and Robinson.
(First Game)
Phil'phla 031 000 1117 7 1
St. Louis O00 111 0003 3 0
Fowler (2-4) and Tlpton; Slea-
tor (0-7).Hogue, Starr, Mahoney
and Lollar.
(Second Gama)
Chicago 000 100 010 02 9 1
Brooklyn 100 100 600 13 6 I
Lown, Leonard (4-1) and Bur-
Sess, Walker; Roe (7-0) and
ampaneila.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 000 001 0203 5 0
Boston 000 010 C001 6 0
Raf ierusberger (4-6) and Schef-
flng; Bickford (7*5) and Cooper.
(Second Game)
Cincinnati 000 001 0304 12 0
Boston 100 000 1002 5 t
Blaekwell (fl-4) and Pramesa;
Nichols (1-2) and Mueller.
(First Game)
Pittsburgh 100 001 000 2 6 0
Phil'phla 205 202 OOx11 16 0
Queen '4-41, Koski. Dusak and
Fltsgerald; Roberts (5-5) and
Semlnlck, Wllber.
(Second Game)
Pittsburgh 020 010 0008 5 11
Phil'phla 000 00S 21x-8 1Q 0
Dlckson (6-5), Werle and Mc-
Cullough; Church (5-4). and Se-
mlnlck.
(First Game)
St. Louis 000 000 0000 2 0
New York 000 000 Olx1 4 1
Lanier (2-4) and Rice; Koslo
(2-2) and Westrum.
(Second Game)
Phil'phla 000 COO 0101 9 1
St. Louis 000 100 lOx2 6 1
Scheib (1-4) and Astroth; Ov-
ersnlre (1-4) and Batts.
(Second Game)
St. Louis 100 011 0104 16
New York 000 102 0008 6 1
Brecheen (3-0), Pollet and Sar-
nl, Rice; Bowman, OetUl (0-2)
and Westrum, Yvars.
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S. H. Sharpensteen and Mrs. Beryl
Cha* Married last Evening
The marriage of Mrs. Beryl
Chase of Las Cumbres and 8. H.
harpensteen el Gamboa took
place at eight thirty last evening
at the Gamboa Union Church.
Their attendants were H. J.
Chase of Balboa, son of Mn.
Chase, and Leon harpensteen,
son of Mr. Bharpensteen Rev.
Ravmond A. Gray officiated.
There was a reception follow-
ing the ceremony, given by the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Oam-
boa Union Church.
MR. AND MRS. CLYDE BAIN leaving the Pedro Miguel Union
Church after their marriage on May lL Mm. Bam is he
former Edna Mae Curies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
curies of Balboa.
PRESIDENT'S WIFE
WILL RECEIVE ON FRIDAY
Mrs. Alciblades Arosemena, wife of the President of Pa-
nama, will receive high officials of Fatal pT.* <**
Zone, the diplomatic and consular corps and their wives on
Friday afternoon, June 8th, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. -
Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Redmond Announce
Birth of Dauahter
Mr. and Mrs. Royal J. Red-
mond of Diablo Heights announce
the birth of a daughter. Kathleen
Rae, on June 2 at Gorgas Hospi-
tal.
Mrs. Redmond Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James Kane of
Bridgeport Pa., former residents
of Cristobal. The paternal grand-
parents are, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
W. Redmond of Cristobal, former
residents of Balboa.
Stuart Plumer to Arrive
on Tuesday
Stuart Plumer. a student at
Boston University, will arrive to-
morrow on the 8.8. Cristobal to
spend the summer with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rovlcs,
of Diablo Heights.
Kieswetters Leave
on Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kleswet-
ter of Gamboa will leave by plane
Friday morning to spend a vaca-
tion in Qulfport, Florida.
at the Union
Reception Thursday
at British Legation
In celebration of the birthday
of HM. King George VI, the Brit-
ish Charge d'Affalres, Mr. Alec
Hermann, will offer a "copa de
champaa" to officials of the Pa-
namanian government, heads of
diplomatic missions and civilian
and service chiefs of the Canal
Zone at the British Legation on
Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
Later the same day Mr. and
Mrs. Hermann will entertain
British subjects at a cocktail par-
ty. ____
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher
to Entertain Friday
Invitations have been issued
for a cocktail party to be given
Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Fisher at tha Panama Oolf
Club.
Hostesses Named For
Little Gallery Exhibition
The hostesses at the Little Gal-
lery of the National League of
American Penwomen at the Hotel
Tlvoll this week will be as fol-
lows: Tuesday, Peggy Mitten;
Wednesday. Nancy Darlington;
Thursday, Cornelia Retmer; Fri-
day. Gene Simpson; Saturday,
Corinne Feeney.
The current exhibition at the
fiallery includes landscapes, still
Ife paintings and portraits, both
oil and water color, painted by
artist members of the group.
There Is also a shelf of books by
the writers of the group and sev-
eral examples of handicraft.
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Betty Jane Kenealy Arrives
from College
Miss Betty Jane Kenealy, who
Is a student at Los Angeles City
College, arrived by plane Satur-
day night to spend the summer
vacation in Balboa with her sis-
ter, Miss Pat Kenealy.
Jack De Grummond Arrives
from Vacation
Mr. Jack de Grummond arriv-
ed by plane Saturday evening af-
ter spending an extensive vaca-
tion in the United States. He vis-
ited with his mother. Mrs. c. R.
de Grummond. a former Canal
Zone resident in Monrovia. Cali-
fornia.
During his trip he visited ma-
ny other Canal Zone residents,
Including Mrs. Julia Frost and
daughters Florlta and Olga. Mr.
and Mrs. CM. Lupfer and Mr.
and Mrs. Meade Bol ton.
Duplicate Bridge Scheduled
at Diablo Clubhouse Tonight
Duplicate contract bridge will
be played at the Diablo Clubhouse
tonight at 8:45.
Mary Martha Circle WiU
Meet Tomorrow
The Mary Martha Circle of the
Balboa Union Church 111 meet
at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the resi-
dence of Mrs. Herbert Tucker, at
0792 La Boca Road in Balboa.
Mrs. Merle Piper, president of
the Woman's Auxiliary, will re-
view the study book at the meet-
ing.
Colonel Vogel
WiU Visit Son
The Lt. Governor of The Pan-
ama Canal. Colonel Herbert D.
Vogel. will visit his son, Cadet
Herbert D. Vogel, jr.. at West
Point Military Academy, during a
short official visit to the United
States. He left the Isthmus by
plane on Saturday.
Boyd Bevlngton WIU Arrive
on Wednesday
Boyd Bevlngton will arrive by
plane Wednesday evening after
completing his freshman year at
Occidental College near Los An-
geles. California. He will spend
the summer months with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M.
Bevlngton.
Mrs. Markun
Named Acting
Society Editor
Until July 3 when Mrs. Ken-
neth Newland returns from lo-
al leave, Mrs. David J. Markun
will be Acting Society Editor for
Pacific Sid* newt. Items for the
page should be mailed to Mrs.
Markun, Box 393, Balboa
Heights, Canal tone, or tele-
phoned to her at Balboa 2912.
As Items for the society col-
umna A* not appear until sub-
mitted by the society editors, a
delay results when they are
sent to the newspaper office in-
stead of the mailing address or
telephone numbers shown dal-
ly at the top of the columns.
Cornerstone Laid
For Gamboa Church
The cornerstone of Gamboa
Union Church was laid recently
in the presence of a large num-
ber of members and friends of
the church. The brief ceremony
was held under the supervision
of the Rev. Raymond A. Gray,
minister of the Church.
During the ceremony various
documents were placed within A
metal container In the corner-
stone. The container was then
sealed and the cornerstone lift-
ed Into its place In the wall, al-
ready partially completed. Mr.
Julian 8. Hearne, Cnalrman of
the Church Council, operated the
hoist lifting the stone to its place.
Mr. Ernest M. Kelswetter, Chair-
man of the Building Committee,
sealed the documents in the stone
and put the first mortar on the
stone as lt went Into place. Upon
Invitation, a number of people
present also put some mortar on
the stone. In addition to those
listed above, Mrs. B. O. Orton,
representing the Women'! Auxi-
liary, and Mrs. R. F. Hainlng,
representing the Sunday School,
participated in the ceremony.
The Rev. Mr. Gray read appro-
priate Scriptural selections and
spoke briefly. About aeventy-flve
people were present.
The building Is being con-
structed on a site beside the
Gamboa School on Galllard
Highway. The structure, to be
built In a U-8hape, Is the first
unit of .the edifice to be built. It
provides rooms for Sunday
School use and a temporary
sanctuary In one large room
which may be used also for so-
cial purposes. Ultimately the
permanent sanctuary will be add-
ed in the center of the U-ahape.
The building Is being construct-
ed along typically Spanish mis-
sion lines and was designed by
S. Martin Ives, Architect. E. O.
Hauke is the contractor.
The congregatloh of Gamboa
Union Church presently worships
in Gamboas Civic Center build-
ing and holds its Sunday School
both there and In the theater of
the clubhouse. A Sunday School
was organised soon after the
town was opened for occupancy
in 1939. The nucleus for the
Church was formed a short while
later. Worship services were held
whenever visiting clergymen
were available. During the war
years military chaplains were
frequently pressed into service,
some of them serving regularly
for a year or more, in October,
1948. the Church joined with a
small congregation In Cocoll In
the formation of a joint parish,
which called the present pastor.
In July, 1950, the Gamboa
Church, with the approval of the
General Council of the Union
Church of the Canal Zone, dis-
solved its relationship in the
yoked parish in order that lt
might go forward with its build-
ing program. The cornerstone
laying thus marks an important
milestone: the erection of the
first Protestant Church building
for American citizens, although
the town has been in existence
for fifteen years.
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If Mental Illness Strikes,
Pamphlet Tells What to Do
SAN FRANCISCO, June 4 (UP)
One person in twenty is ser-
iously stricken by mental illness
sometime In his life and most fa-
milies don't know how to handle
the situation, according to Dr.
Karl M. Bowman, of the Langley
Porter Clinic here.
Doctor Bowman so state In
the Introduction to a new pam-
phlet on mental health published
by the Public Affairs Committee,
22 E. 38th Street, New York. Tl-
"blues"; insists he Is slek when
the doctor finds nothing wrong;
hears or sees imaginary things.
Your family doctor Is the first
person to call." Mrs. Doyle writes.
If the Illness Is minor, he may
be able to treat lt. If not. he la
better qualified than anyone else
to refer you to a reputable psy-
chiatrist."
The pamphlet also gives advice
on how a person who has such an
Illness ought to be handled when
tied "When Mental Hints. Strikes j he has to be taken to a mental
Quite a few years ago a manu-
facturer of playing cards experi-
mented with a new kind of Ink
that wore off the faces of the
cards m Just a few minutes of or-
dinary play. One of the decks was
used In a game at New York's fa-
mous Cavendish Club, where
Charles Whitebrook, of Miami,
happened to be playing.
Charlie went on bidding in his
accustomed confident tone long
after it was Impossible to tell a
deuce from an ace. This merely
confirmed what his fellow ex-
perts had believed for years
that Charlie will make at least
one bid on any conceivable 13
cards that he finds In his hand.
In today's hand, played at the
recent Eastern States tourna-
ment, Whitebrook held the East
cards. Curiously enough, he was
the only playfr at the table who
didn't overbid.
West opened the deuce of
hearts, dummy put up the ten,
and Whitebrook won with the
king. He then shifted to the four.
of diamonds, hoping that South
would have a guess. As lt hap-1
pened 8outh had to play the king i
of diamonds, and West signalled j
with the nine.
Declarer finessed d u m my's
nine of spades and returned to
his hand by finessing the queen
of clubs. He continued by leading
tha jack of spades for another I
trump finesse and drew all of
West's trumps.
Whitebrook had to find four
discards on the four rounds of
trumps. He could afford to part
with three low hearts but then
had to discard the ape of dia-
monds to avoid a possible end
play.
Declarer next led the Jack of
clubs from dummy, and White-
brook carefully played low. (To
Your Family," lt sells for 20
cents. ,
In Us 32 pages, Kathleen Doyle,
the author, clears away many
popularity-held misconceptions
about mental Illness, gives a sim-
ple guide for recognising symp-
toms o lt. and tells what to do
when someone In the family is
stricken.
She says the term "mental Ill-
ness" Includes "all kinds of men-
tal and emotional conditions
whloh actually differ in causes,
symptoms and treatment."
The U.S. Public Health Service
has called mental lUneas Ameri-
ca's No. 1 health problem, the
pamphlet reports.
Such Illness does not strike In
sudden attacks for example
when the stock market falls ,
the pamphlet says, but develops
over a long period.
One may be coming down with
lt when he experiences severe
hospital, and how the family
should act towards him when he
comes back.
GORHAM
TOWLE
STIEFF
Sterling
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PANAMA
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SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panama No. 68 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses, Ingrown Toe Nalla,
Arch Supports REDUCING Treatments. Massages,
Slenderising Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panama.
| I .. IM 2 I I. I!
Wally Rer Arrives
from Yesr at College
Wally Relf arrived by plane Sa-
turday evening to spend the va-
cation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter F. Relf. of Balboa.
He has just completed his sopho-
more year at the University of
Oklahoma in Norman. Oklahoma.
!TTRAL AVE .at 21 t E .ST.
PHONES = 2-1830
* 2-1833
Breakfast Party
at Hotel El Panama
Mrs. E. W. Hatchett and Miss
Katherlne Jessuu were the hos-
tesses for a breakfast party given
yesterday at the Hotel El Pana-
ma In farewell to Miss Claude Ay-
cock. Miss Aycock sails Friday
aboard the S.8. Cristobal for a
year's leave of absence In the
United States She plans an ex-
tensive vacation at her home in
Rocky Mount. North Carolina.
Abraham A. Layne
Dies In Gamboa;
Funeral Tomorrow
Abraham A. Layne, 65-year-
old native of Barbados, died at
his home in Gamboa Saturday.
Funeral services wlU be held at
noon tomorrow at the Coroaal
Chapel to be followed by Inter-
ment at the Corosal Cemetery.
Layne migrated to the Isthmus
45 years ago. He Is survived by
his wife, Ernestine; five sonsAr-
thur. Frank. Fred. Wllbert and
Clarence and five daughters-
Lorraine. Eunice, Enid, Miriam
and Lillian. r-
From Fear
to Freedom
For those fseine fear and trou-
ble, the door of Truth is opes)
today u never before, and
man-mads measurements of
hope and health can-no longer
shut it.
A greet book, the Christiaa
Science textbook
SCIENCE and HEALTH
WITH KIT TO THC SCSIPTt'BSS
by Mary Baker Eddy
is clearly explaining the in-
spiring truth and thereby open-
ing the way to freedom.
In a plain way it is showing
how the Bible promises can be
made practical in daily life.
It shows what real freedom is
and how It can be won.
Many ate turning todsy to this
great book, stepping thankful-
ly through the door of promise
into their God-given heritage
of freedom. It may be read,
borrowed or bought st
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
READING ROOM
tes Ama aiv* Ama
Me aajr Ikra Friday
-H am, 2-5 .
SalurS -ll a.m.
Mm. ana Pri. 7- p.m.
arle Center. C.mbM
sfsan i-t .>.
Caraer BeUvar H'way
Si IJlh. St. Crblohal
Man. Than Frl
2:M 4:1* p.m.
ALL AM WtXrOMT.
Ulorautioa ceanraiaj charca urrkM,
Suaaer Schaol aaa rat public laceare
It arsjlaMe.
cover would allow South to take
the club ace, give up a trick to
the club ten. and make his con-
tract with a trump and two good
clubs.)
Dummy's Jack of clubs held the
trick, but now declarer had to
lead a red card from dummy.
Whatever he did. he could make
only his trump and the ace of
clubs. He was therefore set one
trick.

-/ell members of
J\ol Shearith 3rael
are hereby requested to attend the EXTRAORDINARY
GENERAL MEETING which will take place in the Com-
munity Hall tonight at t o'clock with the purpose
of discussing the purchase of additional burial grounds.
Prompt attendance Is requested to this meeting of great
importance to all the members. <
RENE DE LIMA,
Secretary.
THERE'S FUN FOR ALL
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Bible Stories Handicraft Games Singing Refreshments
June 11-22 9:00-11:30 a.m. Monday thru Friday
AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BALBOA HEIGHTS
For enrollment, call Balboa 1727
win $100.00 WEEKLY WITH *WCKY' M0NTEZUM^


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Na I2.I Caauai va. Colas
FOR SALE
Household
V
FOR SALE
Automobiles
JALfc:Bomboo settees, choiri,
'dbles; mohogony diningroom set;
dss'ks, dressers, lomps, drapes; up-
fight pioro with ex:ellent lent; |
eJO-cycle G. E. Wosher; choir-
_tide Mognavox radio-piionogroph,
.'. 7fi ond 33 R.P.M.; vacuum clean-
er; White electric sewing
efere yau bay USID car n Mr.
Leba, ha salh tha fcaat uui can in
lawn. AUTOLANDIA 4th. of Jyly
A*a. Na. II. Tal. 2-1115.
(OR SALE: Pockard Sedan 1942
model. Radio. elect. Windshield
Wipers, good tires. Phone 3-2561.
ohine; garden choirs, lawn mower, FQR SALE:Rocket 88 Oldsmoblle.
' tools, miscelloneous household ar-
T.tides; oil reojonably priced. House
531 -8. Curundu Heights. Tel. P.
'. 'A. P. 3D8.____________________
, MUST SELL TODAY! 25 Cycle Retri- FOR SALE:1946 Hudson Commo
4 Door, late 1949 Hydramoiic, ro-
dio. new tires, heovy bumpers, seat
covers, fon, te. Priced for imme-
diate sola. Coll Curundu 83-6117.
'rater $50. smi.
tables. kitchen items,
* 'smoll RCA Radio $20.
Ancon. Phone 2-3178.
mohogony
pillcws.
0440-L.
FQR SALE:Washing machine. 2
\ wicker rockers, nest of table iRat-
J Ttjrtl. Maple bedroom set. Venet-
7 "ion blinds. Kitchen cabinet.
dore Sedan. 40.000 milel. 17 miles
to gal. No oil between changes.
AI -condition. Price $750.00.
Coll 87.-523) or 83-5290.
FOR SALE:Nosh Ambassador, 4
door. 1940. insured. In good con-
dition. $300.00. Phone 25-3355.
MISCELLANEOUS
Da au heve a tnntuna reblen}'
Write Alceaeiici Anonymau
tea 2011 Aen, C. X.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3-25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:American expecting to
return to the Stotes offers for sala
lucrative business, minimum $10,-
C00 cash required. For information
write Post Office Box 3263 Pan-
ama.
FOR SALE:One desk metal, mo-
hogony top, .perfect condition. One
hot plate, stoinless, steel new. One
youth bed wtih mattress. Perfect
condition. Coll 2-3720.
frame. Gross rug. House 32 New FOR SALE :-r-1947 Chevrolet 4-door
Cristobal. Phone 3-1739.
FOR SALE:General Electric refrl-
* gerator, porceroin inside and cut,
$50.00. fomp (floor) $1.50. Up-
holstered easy chair ond foot stool,
$10.00, House 0775-C William-
son Place, Bolboa. Mrs. F T. Moyo.
M______________________________' '
fFOR SALE. Frigidaire, 9 ft. oil
potceloin, with freexer comport-
'ment. 60 cycle, like, new, 4 months
* old. Excellent borgarn. $380,00.
"' Apt. 4, No. 18 Tivoli Avenue.
Sedan, excellent condition, $900;
1936 Chevrolet 2-door Coach, de-
pendable transportation, $150.
Coll P. A. D. 3118. House 551-B.
Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator, G. E., 25
til -cycle, old but,in excellent condi-
f tion, $60.00. Smoll portoble ice
J* box, aluminum, practically new
'. $20.00. Electric fon 60 cycle, $10.
00. Telephone Bolboa 3063, from
7 a. m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Mohogony furnitures,
l'j- lamps, linen, dishes, bamboo chair.
..vStMS'. Apt. 3. 9th. St. Colon.
-fOR. SALE:Combination radio ond
w--.phonograph. Solid mahogany. 6 Pc.
mohogony diningroom set. House
89-A New .Cristobal.
,.rr-T-
. \: i
-n. -
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors.
FOR SALE:1949 Oldsmobile 6. 4-
door sedan, duty paid, like new,
excellent running, low mileoge,
plastic seat covers, finance avail-
able. $1,575.00. Good mileage on
ges. Call 3-1571 Cristobal. House
147-B, 8th. St. New Cristobal.
GIVE YOUR CAR THE SEMIAANUAL
CHECK BY EXPERT MECHANICS
AT Tropicol Motors.
FOR SALE:For the mon who ap-
preciates truly fine cos 1949
Buick Dynaflow Roadmaster Sedan-
ette with Radio ond Air System
Less thon 9.000 actual miles,
maintained in perfect condition
This cor delivers in New York for
$3,265.00. Available here, duty
free. Make offer. Telephone Pan-
ama 2-0620 from 8 to 5, 3-1684
evenings, Sturgill.
FOR SALE: 1942 Plymouth, '2-
door Sedan. A-1 condition. Price
$400. Coll at house 2002-A. Cu-
rundu.
FOR SALE:Ten Inch tilt arbor, all
ottachments ,1-2, 3-4. 2, H. P. 25
*-cycle motcrv Sander, deep freeze
"' ernoisembled, Balboa 3429.

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OPPORTUNITIES
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for invest-
J."ment in Florida's fastest growing
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*. M#>dustry where new Notionol and
** Slate highwoys intercept. Invest in
super-markets, deportment stores,
restaurants, lake resorts, farming
World ranching londs; For further
B details see W. L. (ShortyI Hulling-
I'! if Tivoli Hotel, offer 4 p. m.
todoy through Thursday.
.Red Skelton Comes
^Through With Flat,
Incisive Remarks
HOLLYWOOD, June 4 (UP)
-Oomedlan Red Skelton had his
ffppendix out early today and his
-fags left hospital attendants In
stitches.
"You're having your opening
now," the red-haired comedian
toid Dr. Stanley Immerman just
. Before the emergency appendee-
*tomy at St. John's Hospital In
Santa Monica. "But remember
- Ve got to open at the Palladium
In London in four weeks."
I'Don't worry now. Red." Dr.
Immerman said as 8kelton was
prepared for surgery.
-"I'm not worried. Just tell that
guy to stop shaking the bed,"
Skelton replied.
I
"That's far enough. I'm not
. dead yet," Skelton told a nurse
T bus she tucked blanket close to
' his chin.
The comedian rejected the
doctor's offer to have a local an-
" aesthetic so he could watch the
operation.
- "No, thanks. It's all I can do to
"look at my tomato Juice In the
morning," Skelton said.
W
REFRIGERATORS
FOR 75 els.
In spite of the present short-
ages and the rising prices we
are still offerlne
ADMIRAL
refrigerators for as low as
* 75 etn. a DAY*
And you take home your box
right away!
It will not hurt you to drop In
and lnaulre.
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 223
wet to Encanto Theatre
Alse available in Club Plan
FOR SAL: 1931 Model A Ford
Roadster 1-4 H.P. 25-cycle mo-
tor. Man's Palm Beach dinner
,iacket and trousers (new). Mis-
cellaneous household items, chairs,
boo'-.shelyes, work tables, porch
swing. House 176 Gamboa. Tel.
6-180.__________________________
WANTED
Automobile*
WANTED:Willys Plymouth, Chev-
rolet Station wagons, utility, su-
burban, cosh deols. Phone 1'ilbca
2984. 760-C, Bornebey Street.
LOST & FOUND"
LOST:Hunting dog, white. Lost be-
tween Cruces & Clayton. Yellow
ears, and o black spot at eoch
side. Answers by name Guapo.
Advise his owner Florencio Men-
daz. Phone 2-0376, Per Ave.,
No. 9. Apt. 2-B.
Arlene Anderson,
Formerly Of PA,
Scores Hit In Play
Word has been received on the
Isthmus that Arlene Anderson, a
former member of the staff of the
Panama-American was a big suc-
cess In the play "Laura" perform-
ed by the Lakewood Players, In
Washington.
A "Tacoma News Tribune" clip-
ping stated: "Arlene Anderson as
Laura Is so good, we regret this
show marks her exit from the
Lakewood Players stage, for she
leaves shortly to Join her Army
officer husband In Kansas. The
Scotch lassie gives her part the
fire and spirit of a girl who
frankly revels In captivating ev-
ery man she meets.. .but unhap-
pily confuses looks with charac-
ter. She has a fine sense of come-
dy and a remarkable ability to
take on the coronation of what-
ever type of role she plays. What
interests this reviewer Is how Ar-
lene manages on stage to drop
her brogue, that's thlok as Scotch
oatmeal."
Arlene will be remembered as
the Editor of the Children's page
of the .Panama American. While
in Tacoma she directed the Chil-
dren's Theater.
Millicent Thornhill
Dies In Panama
Mrs. Millicent Thornhill, 75.
died today at 3 a.m. at her resl-
denc In Panama City, where she
had been 111 for the past three
months.
A native of Barbados. Mrs.
Thornhill had resided on the
Isthmus for many years and had
been active In fraternal circles.
She Is survived by three daugh-
ters. Mrs. W. Innls. Mrs. A.
I George. Miss O. Thornhill. and
| many grand children.
Funeral service will be an-
1 nouneed later.
FOR SALE:Small outboard, auto-
matic shotgun, automotic pistol,
portable typewriter, 25 cycle mo-
tor, compressor, drafting instru-
ments, tools. Phone 2-2367.
Sealed bids will be received until
June 14, 1951, for one X-ray
developing unit, one Cummins
diesel engine with 200 H.P., and
one 2 1 -2 ton motor truck. Bid
forms availoble at office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Bol-
boo, telephone 2*2777, and at
Cristobal Storehouse, telephone 3-
1265.
FOR SALE: Leaving city, glcbe-
Wernicke steel desk, excellent
condition, only $45.00. Fluores-
cent desk lamp, $8.00. 8068, 10th
street, oportment 8, Colon.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing hand
machine. Underwood typewriter,
gas stove, play pen, baby crib.
Phone 9,6. Colon.
LESSONS
RESORTS
Gramlich's Santa Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone d-
541 or 4-567
Enjoy on inexpensive vacotion. Every-
thing for you ond your children.
Shrapnel's houses on beach of
Santa Clora. No reservations ne-
cessary.
Villioms Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends.
Phillies. Beach cottages. Santa Clora
Box number 435. Bolboo Phone
Ponomi 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.__________________________
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Modern chalet, 3 bed-
rooms, overlooking Golf Club, Lo
Corrosquilla. $90.00 monthly. Mi-
guel Hive, phone 3-2145.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
aportment, two bedrooms, large
kitchen, oil utilities and utensils,
COOL. Two months only. July and
August. Reasonable. Phone Pon.
2-1264. 7 a. m. to 4.00 p. m.
Evenings 3-3010 Mr. Powell.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom opart-
ment, facing ocean, completely
furnished. Call Uruguay No. 2.
Apply telephone 2-3369 office
hours.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Romero
wonderful conversational system.
Estudiante St. 77-A.
Learn poise, grace, balance and self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave 'neme, address, phone ot
desk Balboa YMCA or Bx 106
Bolboa. Hornett & Dunn.
Wanted Position
WANTED:White woman experi-
ence in coring for children, desires
job os baby sitter. Curundu 86-
6228.___________________________
Help Wanted
FOR RENT:. In E.-lla Vista, San
Mortin Avenue No. 6. Upstoirs
aportment, entire floor, completely
furnished: large porch with bor,
livingroom, diningroom. 3 bed-
rooms, office, large bathroom. For
information inquire bottom floor.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished one*
two bedroom opartment without
children. Nice location, cool and
quiet. No. 82, Belsono Porras
Road.
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
aportment, very cool, with Frigi-
doire. $75.00 ond $60.00. Apply
No. 2, 47th Street from'4 p. m.
to 6 p. m.
WANTED:Maid for housework and
loundry. 5648 G Dioblo, Conal
Zone.
Pedestrian Steps
Into Path Of Car
On Diablo Road
A "careless pedestrian" today
was In Oorgas Hospital with a
fractured femur and possible dis-
location of his knee. At 7 a.m.
Archibald Benjamin Waterman,
81, a resident of Red Tank was
knocked down on Diablo Road
at Walker Avenue.
Robert David McCllntock. a
Warrant Officer with Ho,. 45th
Vavalry. driver of the car, im-
mediately stopned when he
heard the sound of the Impact,
and went to the lnlured man's
assistance, jntll the Balboa po-
lice arrived.
Investigation showed that Mc-
Cllntock was operating his car in
a proper manner, and tha Wat-
erman, who h^rt been seated on a
concrete block just south of Wal-
ker Avenue arose and walked
Into the side of McCUntock's car
n It passed.
It was stated by Oorgas Hos-
pital tht Waterman, whose con-
dition was not serious, was due
to undergo surgery this after-
noon.
No charges will be brought
against McCllntock.
New Zealand Ship
r,i.: tt r-^nbal
The Ruahine. owned by the
New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd..
was due to dock at Cristobal at
2:30 p. m. for minor engine re-
pairs. Norton Lilly and Co.. local
agent for the ship, announced
today.
Passenger will be given the
opportunity of disembarking at
Cristobal. It was not definitely
known whether the Ruahine
would dock at Balboa tomorrow
before sailing to Wellington.
She Is due to transit the ca-
nal at 3 p. m. tomorrow.
Engager*cnt Announce!
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Oor-
don of Chlllbre. R.P.. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Agnes, to Audley M. Webster
of Oatun.
Mr. Webster Is the son of James
C. Webster, former principal and
teacher of various Canal Zone
colored schools.
The two young people, who will
soon be Joined In holy matrimo-
ny are graduates of the La Boc?
Normal School. Clas* of '47.
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Enjoys His Own
Real Nice' Funeral
BURLINGTON, Col., June 4-
(UP)Jim Qemhart, 75, stored
his $3.600 coffin and $2.500
headstone In his basement to-
day and put away his tape re-
corded funeral service In safe
keeping pending his death.
More than 1.000 "mourners-
turned out for Oernhart's pre-
death funeral yesterday. They
came from miles around.
"It would have been too bad
If I had been dead and had to
miss all this." Gernhart salci
after the funeral service.
"Now I don't care what they
do with me when I die. I've got
myself fixed up real good.
"It will be a long time before
this town forgets today. Jim
Gernhart had himself a fun-
eral."
During the hour-long service
Gernhart brushed tears from his
eyes and tugged hard at his
moustache, muttering "Real,
real nice."
The aged man determined to
have his funeral before he died
when his sister was given what
he termed a dogs funeral four
years ago.
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Young Sailor Seeks Parental
Blessing To Wed Doomed Girl
By BILL TILLOTTSON
SIOUX FALLS, S. D June 4
(UP)Sailor Tom Amburn came
home today, to try to persuade
his anxious parents that he
should marry a Georgia girl who
Is dying of cancer.
Amburn, 19, a Navy machinist's
mate, hopes to wed Betty Thomp-
son, 18, Atlanta, Ga. who lost a
leg to cancer two years ago and
learned recently that the dis-
ease had spread to her lungs.
Amburn who got a 30-day leave
when he learned that his sweet-
heart soon would die, boarded a
palne for home Saturday after a
long-distance telephone talk
with his parents.
He arrived at the airport here
at 1 a.m., pale and tired. His
mother, who suffers from a heart
condition, stepped forward to
meet him. His father, a feed
salesman, hung back for a mo-
ment, then put his arms around
his wife and son as they kissed.
The three then drove to the
Amburn's two-story frame house.
Hours later the windows of the
neat, brown house still were
shuttered, and there was no word
whether the parents would bless
the marriage.
The Ambums' ordered their
telephone disconnected.
In Atlanta, Betty said, "I won-
der what Tommy If doing?"
"No, I haven't heard from
him." she said, "but I surely
would like to. He didn't say when
he left whether he would call. I
thought he woulr1 let me know
after he'd talked with his pa-
rents." ,
"I guess he's still tired from
his trip," she said.
Young Amburn would not need
his parents' consent to marry In
Georgia, because he Is over 18.
But he apparently wanted their
blessing.
An older sister. Mrs. Charles
Craig, talked with newsmen in
front of the Amburn house this
morning.
The sister said that "we're glad
Tommy is back with his loved
ones who understand him. He's
tired and confused and half
sick."
She said her father had slept
little for several nights In a row
because he was worried over his
wife's health.
Mrs. Amburn, a motherly wo-
man, was reported yesterday to
have collapsed from the strain of
her son's decision to wed the can-
cer-doomed girl
Before he left Atlanta, young
Amburn said his mother appar-
ently had received the false Im-
pression that he and Betty al-
ready were married.
At Atlanta, well-wishers be-
stowed gifts and flowers on Bet-
ty, who will be graduated from
high school this week.
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7,500 Christian Scientists
At Boston Annual Meeting
BOSTON, June 4 Com-
plete defense from disaster" and
destruction is 1mm edlately
available to every Individual
and nation through spiritual
understanding of God, the
Christian Science Board of Di-
rectors declared today.
Taking note of the world
crisis they afiirmed that the
deepest laws of the universe are
spiritual laws of harmony
and can be utilized for Indivi-
dual protection and preserva- spiritual! means,
ton of human freedom.
Their special message was
read at the Annual Meeting of
The Mother ChurCh, The First
City. Mr. Hickman also report-
ed the return of Christian
Silence lectures to the Orient
after a war-enforced lapse of
11 years.
George Channlng, Manager of
Christian Science Commitiee*
on Publication, reported r.eff
progress in gaining legal recoge
nltlon of the concept that the
right of religious freedom In-'
eludes the right to seek physic-
al healing, in good faith, b/
Meanwhile, she waited an- church of Christ, Scientist, in
Boston, to nearly 7,500 Christ-
ian Scientists assembled from
all over the world.
Church members from all
over the world Japan, New
Zealand, Sweden, and other ais-
tant countries, as well as Cana-
da and the United States
came to Boston for the meeting,
which has been held annually
for more than half a century.
Smaller meetings on specialized
subjects convene on days fol-
sary and Clubhouse facilities In iowing the main session,
the Clubhouse building at Gatun, t {jieir message the Directors
on which the Building Division cane(j {or individual spiritual
courage in meeting critical glo-
xlouslv for her sweetheart tb re
turn so they coulc". wed.
Galun Clubhouse,
(ommy. To Occupy
Same Building Soon
The consolidation of Commis-
Noting the growing interest in,
religion, Horace J. Carver, Pub-,
Ushers' Agent, disclosed' thasj
sale of the writings of Mary*
Baker Eddy, Discoverer and,
Founder of Christian Sciences
today are double what they^were1
ten years ago.
John H. Hoagland, Managef
of The Christian Science Pub-
lishing Society, reported that
all-time peaks had been touch-
ed during the year in advertis-
ing lineage and circulation of
The Christian Science Monitor.
started work about two weeks
ago, is expected to be complete
by about the middle of July.
bal problems. They said Christ-
Ian righteousness has
In addltlo.i to the combination "' 'defeated" and forecast
of the Commissary and Club- ^t "lrllual progress" ahead.
"'<- "!"n- ,,gNew President of The Mother
house in the same building, plans
are also belne made to move the i "";- cr commE year, It
Gatun Postoffice from Its present Church for the coming ^ ,
location to the area of the Club- !*"""" ou '/ L a ring-
house whleh is now occupied by Hathyon of Bostor n a rin
bowling alleys.
The transfers, which are ex-
nected to result In a oonslder-
that never was the need more
urgent to look beyond the ma-
. ___^__ !? ?* "bad mon
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'ieef Industry Charged
With Unfair Practices
WASHINGTON. June 4. 'UPV
Economic Stabilizer Eric
Johnston charged today that
the beef Industry Is trying to
ride roughshod over the Amer-
ican housewife with a cry of
damn th' pockets ahead."
EXPERT
LUBRICATIOn
WITH fACTQRY-APPROVED
LUBRICANTS
aX*saVmg m both =se terl.1 senseof Ufe
and Commtawrv operations, were |as God s ^"u"frlJ*'?achii"e.
und-rtaken following a rcces- casting B^ter spiritual achieve
tion from the Ontnn Civil Conn- ments. she said We are stand
ing on the brink of a new era.
This theme was emphasized
also by Walter 8. Cross of Fitch-
burg, Mass., retiring President,
who said the world is undergoing
"the most profound and stirring
revolution of all time."
"Materialism Is being over-
turned. A profound ferment Is
at work," he said. He spoke 6f
an open-minded, inquiring at-
titude in human thought to-
ward religion "which presages
a new era In Christianity."
Key officials delivered pro-
cll concerning the combination
of facilities.
The Commissary will be moved
from Its present separate build-
ing to the kitchen, and dining
room areas of the Clubhouse,
which Is behind the present soda
fountain area. The main en-
trance to the Commi8sarv will be
located Just back of the soda
fountnln section, which will re-
m"'*i In Its nresent location.
The Commlosarv and Club-
house areas will be seoarated by
a fr*>me and wire partition be-
hind the luncheonette section.
The cold storage sect'on of the
Comm1sflrv will be ft the east
enrt of the present kitchen area.
The Postoffice, which Is now
located In the basement area of
bachelor quarters building. Num-
ber 215 on Jadwin Road. Will he
moved to the Ch'bhoue Bulld-
int some time In Julv. Following
th transfer, tb r-^-T-ient sn^ce
"111 revert to p"-e sipc for
the tenants of the bachelor
quarters.
Asan ICFTU
Backs UN Stand
Against Aggression
KARACHI, June 4, (DSIS)
Leaders of free labor in Asia. In
session here, have adopted a re-
solution giving their support to
the United Nations and the.peo-
ple of Korea In their fight ag'alns
Communist aggrescion.
All delegates from the eight
large Asian labor organizations
represented at the Asian Region-
al Conference of the Internatlon-.
al Confederation of Free Trad
Unions voted In favor of the ie-
solution except for representa-
tive of the Hind Maxdorr Sabha,
a labor union from India. The
vote was 25 for, three against.
The ICFTU held a regional
meeting at Santiago, Chile, in
March. Noting that free trade
unlonLsm Is the basis of democra-
cy and that Conv.Mnlst aggress-
ion means the negation of all
rights to workers, the resolution
stated that the loss of Indepen-
dence of the people of Korea at
gress reports d"wd*J: the Instance of totalitarian ag-
tivltles of the Christian Science f ^ *
church. The crowds attending :
the meeting overflowed the
main edifice of The Mother
Church, which seats nearly 5,-
000. to a smaller auditorium and
The delegates, meeting for the
third day, urged all labor organi-
zations to take suitable steps to
support the U.N. action in Ko-
alHeaailngsarof ca'nee" S|> would Include withhold-
deafness, and' blndness. through i '"8 war materials from the ag-
splrltual means, were report" gressor and rendering whate'-er
bv the Chrlstlen Science Board I possible assistance lies within the
of Lectureship In a renort read, powers of the trade unions to
I by Adalr Hickman of New York'give.
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Labor New
And
(Comment
By Victor Riesel
NEWSBOY PEDDLING HIS PAPERS
Prom Monday, May 28th's Winchell: "Wall Slreetsrs ara cock-
ing an orb at a stock on the Bit Board, which sells less than |1
the share. After long inactivity it peddled over lM.OOe shares
last week. Big- Up on it.utility."
From Monday night's Worldtelsun financial page: "A morn-
ing paper columnist seems to hare started something in Nat'I
Power ft Light. Ho didn't mention any names but offered 'a big
tip* on a stock that could only hare been, as described by him,
NPftL. The result was a 59.SH share opening block at SI a share,
up 1/lt of a point.. .Within a half boar or so the stock advanced
another '* point. George G. Walker, president of Electric Bond
ft Share, which own* 46% of Nat'I, says the net asset value of
Nat'I Is about 3c a share and is under order of dissolution under
the Holding Company Act. Electric Bond proposes to soil its Nat'I
stock for 45c a share and aays it can't get any more than that.
It looks as if some outside speculators are going to get hurt, and
it won't be the first time in Nat'I Power."
Tuesday's H-Trib also "assumed" the Monday action in NPftL
. "stimulated by the comment of a morning paper columnist,"
after the stock sold 127,000 shares (and went up 5/10 of a point).
For the record, Monday's column was not offering a tip; it
was reporting facts. The stock had shown amazing activity, and
there was a tip In high Wall St. circles the week before Monday's
Item appeared. On Tuesday NPftL again was the top selling stock,
holding at VA In spite of Walker's Worldtelsun statement.
Perhaps this will explain it: In the Morning Market Letter
sent out by Sutro Bros, ft Co. of Wall St. was the tip the Walter
Mack, former head of Pepslcols, was trying to buy control of
NPftL to be used as distributor for a new soft drink firm. The ex-
perts pointed oat that the advantage of getting an immediate
listing on the Stock Exchange for his new firm made it a worth-
while deal for Mack. They ssld the stock was a good speculation
because the company's assets prevented it from dropping more
than U a sharebut if the Mack deal went through, the ceiling
was only as high as Mack wanted it to be. In other words, a pos-
sible loss of 75c against a possible gain of heaven knows what.
Memo to U. 8. Attorney-General McGrath: Can't you do
something, General, about the boners your Immigration and
Naturalization Bureau keeps pulling?...Three months ago Your
N. Y. Correspondent publicly warned the Dept. of Immigration
that Ronald Gostlck, a Canadian (deleted by editor) who talks
like Hitler, would attempt to enter the,!1. 8___Despite our warn-
ings (and those of Rep. Arthur Klein) Gostlck was admitted on
Feb. 23...Immigration Commissioner Argyle Mackey now says his
dept. made a special investigation of Gostlck and found nothing
wrong with him. It approved his application to visit the U. 8.
for the purpose of speaking to churchgroups. ..This Is to advise
you, General, that your gullible Immigration officials swallowed
Gostick's bunk.
This ungood Gostlck (deleted by editor) spent his time here
mouthing un-American speeches to. the whackpot followers, of
Gerald L. K. Smith on the West Coast and in St. Louis and Tula
...This alien (deleted by editor) Gostlck also attacked the Amer-
ican fom of government and slandered our President and cabinet
membersa privilege reserved only for Americans, sir!
Mr. Att'y-Gen'l: Why don't you ask your J. Edgar Hoover to
teach Immigration Comm. Mackey how to make an Investigation?
Edward Rumely, executive secy, of the hate-spreading
Comm. for Constitutional Gov't, was fined $1,900 for contempt of
Congress the other day. Judge Keecb (in Washington) sentenced
the pardoned ex-convlct to six months in Jail but suspended it...
Ironically, the reason Rumely (who attacked many American
Institutions) won't go to prison is his age69.. .Ironically, be-
cause their age Is 21is why so many American lads are defend-
ing American institutions in Korea today.
What about Scientist "X"real name Joseph Welnberg?...
The man was accused of delivering atomic secrets to the Russians
...He refused to answer questionsConstitutional rights, etc ..
But Rep. Harold Velde, a former G-man, has told the Dept. of
Justice that Welnberg didn't tell the truth about Red links in his
testimony (before the House group) In 1949-50.. .Cong. Velde de-
mands Joseph Welnberg be charged with perjury...What's the
Justice Dept. waiting forpumpkin-papers?
Att'n, All Doctors and their Secretaries: You will soon receive
a gift__absolutely free...From the Runyon Cancer Fund and the
Arthritis Foundation...It Is a 415 page volume (Symposium on
Steroids) published by the Blaklston Co....It contains reports of
75 top-flight research scientistsand the latest info on how they
re using the steroid drugs to combat cancer and arthritis...The
book sells at $7.50...But several great drug makers In the U. 8.
and one In Mexico have put up more than $100.000 so the Damon
Runyon Fund and that foundation can give it to you.. .And they
won't even let us mention their names.
But you can thank them and help cancer and arthritis re-
search if you want to.. .All you do Is put your check Into the en-
velope accompanying the book. Send it to Joint Account. Damon
Runyon Fund and Arthritis Foundation, Box 40. Radio City Sta-
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both will plow your money back into grants for research so doc-
tors like you can save more victims of arthritis and cancer.. .Re-
member, the book Is free.. .You do not have to use that envelope
...But. oh doctor!
The Providence Journal editor recently was awarded a Pea-
body ribbon...For writing a series of articles critislng three
radio commentators and W, Pegler...The Peabody Awards go to
"basts'' in radio, but this was their way of glaring at the quartet
of aewspaper-radloracles.. .Three Paghbody awards went to radio
entertainers who haven't sponsorsand several of the winners
aro marked lousy In "Red Channels" (and elsewhere) for being
linked to "fronts".. .So thanks for including us out. And freeing
us from suspicion via "association," etc. _______________
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Tas Msil Sss n a open forum oi readers ol tie Panama Amanean
-otters Sf received rotetully and ara h.nalca to a ee*lseHal
mannat.
II row coMi*m. a tatter Scat be ImaatNmt rt. a aaasrTr apaeai rae
.as* Say. Utters oro wjaHskaS in the arsor rectivaa.
leaos r la aso rha latter limitte to ano oat* ">*
latntrt Of latrai mteri w hats ia strictest coafideRCS.
This newsoapet armases o. respeaslfclUf lei tatamsnn or eslnkmi
laimcd la letters from rasters.
Sir:
Permit me space in your valua-,
ble column to voice the'deplora-
ble public conduct of the youth of
the Rio Abajo district, night and
day. but particularly at nights.
Groups of boys and young wo- Rio Abajo.
men congregate outside the
orinJng saloons, theater and
restaurants, and display, to the
disgust of respectable passers-
by. the most disgusting type of
behavior.
Recently some of us dropped
in to Interview a notorious um-
munlst labor leader. Wnile he
was pouring wnat looked suspi-
ciously like good capitalist li-
quor, I asked to use bis phone
to confirm a dinner date with
a man who was a mortal enemy
cf this Red union chief.
The Communist host, Ben
Gold, ruler of the Fur and
Leather Workers, looked up from
his bourgeois bottles and waved
approval, knowing full well that
I was to talk to a man who was
his boss, Inside the Communist
Party, back In the twenties, oui
who had abandoned them then.
"Give him my regards," Gold
said. I did. My friend told me
to tell Gold to "drop dead." I
did that. too. Gold was smooth:
Tell him that If he was still
my Party boss I'd drop automa-
tically. I'm a disciplined Com-
munist Party member, you
know."
Gold has created his union
in his image, lt'i the back-
bone of many important
Communist ventures. Its im-
portant maneuver is o/ great
significant to all who work or
employ men in this nation's
great factories. For, quietly,
almost unnoticed, the Fur
and Leather Workers'
Union is forcing a Federal
agency to decide whether a
union can tell a member
exactly how speedily he can
work regardless of what the
employer desires.
Background of this case, now
before the National Labor Re-
lations Board In Washington,
should be traced first to a leath-
er shop In Philadelphia owned
by the Printz Leather Co. So
tough is this union with its em-
ployers that a company spokes-
man this week simply reiused to
discuss the case. I thought the
shadow of the MVD was upon
us when he said: "Please, please,
don't ask me to talk. No matter
what I say we'll be in the mid-
dle."
The case goes back to Jan.
1950 when the company hired
38-year-old Edmund Fablssewa-
kl to run a leather softening
machine. He worked so speed-
ily -that he shot right through
the limit which the Fur and
Leather Workers had set a daily
quota In the plant. Ben Gold's
union local stewards warned
him to ease off. He didn't. They
threatened a strike. Fablszews-
kl was fired. He protested to the
NLRBand finally, last month,
a regional Labor Board ruled
that the company and the
union were wrong and he bad
been discharged without cause.
The union Immediately appealed
this ruliig.
Fabiszewskl's defense had been
simply the statement that It
everybody put in a full day's
work and upped his output the
company could pay a higher
wage scale and make a greater
profit. Now the problem of
work speed Is up before the high
board.
No mere technical case is
this one. Right across the
nation, wherever pro-Com-
munist union leaders still
have power to negotiate
contracts or influence work-
ers, the plans seethe with
slowdown propaganda.
Most dangerous spots of all
on this issue are in midwest
electronic and war plane section
factories and in certain areas of
the behemoth Ford Co., where
considerable Communist agi-
tation has taken hold. Although
the nominal leaders of the Ford
local (the world's largest local
union) are anti-Comniunlsis,
the pro-Sovleteers there have
enormous influence. And the
one point on which they're
agitating the men is the disput-
ed speed of production, if a
wildcat strike sweeps the River
Rouge plant, it will paralyze the
sprawling Ford works right
across the nation, lor River
Rouge is the very heart of the
company. And that will seriously
affect defense production sche-
dules.
What really irks insiders
carefully observing all this
is the easily diserned hypo-
crisy of Comrade Gold and
his lieutenants. The very
central policy around which
their beloved Russia oper-
ates is the speed up, not only
in the USSR, but in all So-
veitized satellite as well.
It's good enough for Rus-
sia, but not for us to push
production in this crisis.
For example, only last month
our government observers re-
ported that Soviet Poland had
a "Labor Hero System." Two
years ago the Polish labor hero
was Vincent Pstrowskl. He set
the productive pace for all Po-
lish Industry. The Politburo
there pasted the country with
the slogan: "Be A Shock Work-
er Work Fast Like Vincent
Pstrowskl dropped deader than
Pstrowskl dropped deader than
their favorite herring.
So the anti-Communist un-
Looks Silly, Doesn't It?
How Much?
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. One of the serious defects of
modern American womanhood, housewife divi-
sion and of American manhood, too is that
he and me have never learned to bargain, in
the European sense. This hatred of the haggle,
which our ancestors practiced well, has put us
more or lees at the mercy of the price tag.
We seem automatically to accept the asking
price for anything as Its own true value, and
this is not so, as the current price war in New
York demonstrates. Most of us do not compari-
son-shoo as fervently as we could. We walk in,
flip the tag. take the article or not. and leave.
This applies to everything from autos to onions.
It also subjects us to arbitrary Jumps In living
costs.
I have never underestimated the power of a
woman, having been exposed to them for too
many years, and I know the might they exer-
cise economically. A nation of harried house-
wives, all bargain-bent, might do some amazing
things to this high cost of You Know What.
I am a real bum at bargaining, myself, but I
have watched the experts at It. and it has a sur-
prising control on Inflation. As practiced by
Europeans and Asiatics, bargaining becomes
sport as well, and the non-bargainer Is not
respected One of the reasons Americans are
held in such high contempt abroad Is that they
will pay the asking price for anything, thereby
depriving the seller of an hour's entertainment.
The purpose of the bargain Is not to haggle
objectionably, but by dignified sales resistance,
drive the price of what you seek down to a rea-
sonable level of profit for the seller without
seriously crippling the purse of the buyer. The
important word to striking a bargain is "No."
In the tradition of David Harum, If the word
"No" is repeated often enough In a commercial
transaction, the vendor is eventually led to make
a proposition: "Well, what will vou give?" Some-
where between the proposition and the final ac-
ceptance of terms lies the true worth of the
commodity.
I know a White Russian princess who has long
lived among us. but who still remembers the
hard times of China and Europe when she fled
the Bolshies and was nearly penniless. She give
the market people a rough workout. Polite, but
firm. She bought a three-pound eel the other
day for a dollar, Instead of $1.50, merely by the
exercise of firmness, and was proud of the dis-
count.
When she goes to buy a collection of clothes,
she Insists on a markdown for the Job lot. The
saleswoman Is always astonished, but the prin-
cess Invariably gets her bargain.
"I bought some frocks the other day." the
princess says proudly, "and when the salesgirl
heard me ask her for a discount, she nearly
tainted. But I wound up saving $10 on the lot.
There is not a day I do not save money by po-
lite insistence on a true bargain. And a bar-
gain is only what things are actually worth."
Another lady. I know, who is stlnkln' rich or-
dered a cup of coffee in a cafe the other day.
and the check was 30 cents. She beefed to the
cashier. He explained that coffee was ordinarily
15 cents a cup but since this was lunch hour
her coffee-drinking cut into the serious lunch
trade. Swishing her minks Indignantly around
her, this lady waited one-half hour on a lunch-
counter stool for the manager to return. She
got back her 15 cents change and I think we
need more of her sort.
This can be characterized as the old New Eng-
land hardheadedness in approach to trade, in
which the purchaser has a simple but haughty
Dride In not being made a chump of. It sim-
mers to an Insistence on true value, and I would
love to see it passed upward In the government.
We could use a couple of bargains today, after
years of price-tag economy on the grand scale.
e WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
Raw Materials
By Peter Edson
If I am correct In so saying, I
read a publication in the news- oerground put up ,iogani ,,y_
papers, whereby the Alcalde .. Y( Wat T Qo fQ
warned against this type of PUb-|Heaven j^t Work Fast Uke
lie behavior, but of course this Pstrowskj/. But s^n Poiand
can only be stopped when the po- ,nad a new gp^ up her0> wla.
lice officers are cooperative m-dyslaw Truchan, who had
smashed records for speedy
It's as though this type of co- work mt the Koeclusko Steel
operaUon Is conspicuous by ab-,Mills. As his quotas rose, the
sence, therefore, the advantages quotas of other workers were
are taken by these hoodlums to increased by the State. Soon
display their wares. ', he, too, died of fatigue at the
I wish this letter may be the Katowice Hospital. Now every-
Th most obsecene language in means of changing the deplor- body's watting for the Third
T- '"h as well as in Spanish Is, able conditions now existing,
yablicly Indulged ia. A Resident
WASHINGTON(NBA)World-wide allocation
of scarce raw materials among the non-Commu-
nist countries is in the offing. A new set of re-
commendations, outlining What policies U. S.
government agencies should follow in this new
International rationing scheme will be issued in
the near future.
This new directive has been drawn up by an
11-member committee of top government offi-
cials headed by William C. Foster. Marshall Plan
administrator. His group has been at work since
last January, studying what is probably the most
complex problems of international supply and
demand for critical materials through the world.
The Foster committee will make Its report di-
rectly to Charles E. Wilson, director of Defense
Mobilization, who has general responsibility for
all phases of the defense program.
Mr. Wilson recently made a quick trip to Lon-
don and Purls. Scarce materials supply and al-
location was one of the principal problems he
discussed with British and French officials.
This whole subject is complicated by a great
gulf of international misunderstanding, trade ri-
valry and mistrust.
Mr. Wilson found the British, for Instance,
llrm in the belief that the United States was
trying to conduct Its defense production pro-
gram on top of a normal peacetime economy.
The Idea that the U. S. was cutting back on its
production of civilian goods had not registered
with British government officials.
Mr. Wilson tried to convince the British that
they would have to cut back their civilian eco-
nomy, too. But he came to realize that the Eu-
ropeans can't cut back as much as the United
States. Europe still doesn't have the fat on
which it can live while rearming.
r miw riarson
Drew Pearson says: Truman hints of California -trip; S
McCarron's secretary has Senatorial ambitions; Ni
wrinkle uncovered in B. & O.-RFC scandal.
WASHINGTON. President Truman, talking to a friend fj
San Francisco the other day, hinted that he would soon be
ing a whistle-stop campaign through California. The trien
warned that Mr. Truman had better come out to California
"That's in the cards," the President promptly replied,
in the cards."
Then, as an afterthought, he asked why he was needed 'in
California.
"You're In trouble out there, Mr. President," the friend re-
plied, "as a result of, MacArthur's vialti."
"Oh, that'll be all right," was Truman's humorous comeback.
"California's composed of crackpots from Kansas, Iowa and Mis-
souri like me. Once I get out there and talk their language,
they'll get back in line."
SNUBBED SENATOR
Busy Sen. Ken Wherry of Nebraska Is complaining bitterly
about the way he has been snubbed by General MacArthuf. the
man for whom he has gone to bat so vigorously.
What Irks Ken Is than Senators Knowland of California,
Bridges of New Hampshire and Taft of Ohio, all Republicans; ara
in frequent touch with MacArthur, while his spokesman, Maj. Oen.
Courtney Whitney, telephoned questions to them to shoot at Gen.
Omar Bradley and Gen. Joe Collins, when they were on the wit-
ness stand. 77".
In contrast, Senator Wherry was turned down when he tried
to see MacArthur In New York, and hasn't yet been able to get
him on the telephone. You can't blame him for feeling Just a"little
out in the cold.
LADY SENATOR FROM RENO?
It is supposed to be an office secret, but the lady who run
Sen. Pat Mccarran's office, attractive Eva Adams, now has am-
bitions to become a .Senator from Nevada herself. Miss Adams
has been badgering her boss, McCarran, to support her In the 1S52
election against his Nevada colleague, OOP Sen. George "Molly"
Malone.
Miss Adams has secretly coveted Malone's seat for some time,
and even put herself through law school at nights until, last year,
she passed both the District of Columbia and Nevada bar examin-
ations. She Is the pert, competent, former dean of women at Ne-
vada University, but for the past 10 years she has been McCar-
ran's secretary. Those close to McCarran's office also say she can
twist the Senator around her finger.
Net result of Miss Adams' political ambitions Is that the silver.
thatched Nevada Democrat Is very much on the spot. For he had
already promised his support privately to Alan Bible, the ex-at-
torney general, who also wants to run against Malone.
If McCarran goes through with his support for Bible, It means
that his Senate office and the lady who runs It will be impossible
to live with. Therefore, the harassed McCarran Is trying to placate
his secretary by offering to make her a Federal Judge, even though
she was admitted to the bar only a short time ago.
BIGGEST RFC LOAN
The more you dig Into the RFC scandal regarding the huge
$87,000,000 loan to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, the more you
wonder why Republican Senators side-stepped a showdown at- a
time when they controlled Congress to 1947. Had they finished
their RFC probe lnsteady of mysteriously suspending It in mid-
air, subsequent RFC troubles might have bee avoided.
Chief difference between 1947 and 1861 la that today Whits
House cronies and a $9,000. mink coast are involved, while a power-
ful railroad friendly to certain Senators and $87,000,000 was in-
volved In 1947.
At any rate, here is a new and Interesting wrinkle regarding
the B. St O. case. >
After RFC Administrator Jesse Jones had put his men Inside
the B. ft O.. one of them, Russell Snodgrass, who became financial
vice-president, proceeded to get the McLaughlin Bankruptcy Act
revised. Apparently he foresaw as early as 1942 that the $87,000-
000 loan to the RFC would not be repaid a* scheduled to 1845.
Therefore, he proceeded to pull wires to secure the renewal Qi\Jhe
McLaughlin Act by which the railroad could go Into receivership
without the Jesse Jones boys giving up control.
To that end, Snodgrass appeared before the Senate Banking
and Currenoe Committee and urged re-enactment of the McLaugh-
lin Act. But the Interesting thing was that Snodgrass testified as
an RFC official, even though he had already accepted a lush sa-
lary offer from the B. at O., the railroad which would profit most.
Furthermore, Snodgrass did not tell the Senate committee that
he had accepted a Job with the B. at O. when he testified. In
brief, he used his Government position to further legislation in
the Interest of his private employer. ~
The McLaughlin Act was then renewed, and the B. O., three
years later, was thrown into a flctlous bankruptcy undetOr-
cumstances described to a previous column namely, a tatter
drafted by Snodgrass. later sent to him by the RFC. JT
These are some of the facts which Senate Fulbrlght's subestn- .
mlttee on the RFC could weel investigate.
PANNING JOHN STEELMAN
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Europe has no stockpiles of raw materials be-
cause it hasn't had the money with which to
buy them. European officials feel that they are
reallv In greater need of stockpiles than the
U. 8., however, because they're at the end of
longer and more vulnerable shipping supply
lines.
Europeans blame U. 8. stockpiling programs
for a great deal of the price rise since the Ko-
rean war started 11 months ago. There is a
great deal of truth In this charge, as the mad
scramble for materials shot up work, prices.
The other side of this story Is a rather fixed
opinion in the United Btates that the British
. have been gouging American buyers of raw ma-
Natlonal Labor Hero and terials like wool, cotton, natural rubber, and
wondering how long he'll live. nemo.
The British Indulge in a certain amount of'
double-talk to answering this one. They point |
out that India. Australia and the Federated
Malay States are independent members of the
British Commonwealth. As sovereign states on
internal affairs, they make their own rules on
production and marketing of their exports.
The Australians and Malayans, for their part,
put on the big free enterprise'argument. They
sell their rubber and wool at auction on free
markets They take only what they are offer-
ed. If the price goes up, they say It's not then-
fault. In this respect, they're like American
livestock producers bucking price controls.
Another argument of all foreign governments
Is that thev have to charge more for raw ma-
terials they sell the U. 8. because American
prices of the things they have to buy have ad-
vanced so much. In this respect they're like
American farmers-arguing for parity.
Where all these conflicting points of view will
end and how thev will be compromised has vet
to be determined.
In World War II. such problems were relative-
ly simple. There were only two nations which
had to make decisions the U. 8. and Great
Britain. They settled everything in a Combined |
Materials Board.
Today there are 12 nations in the North At-
lantic Treaty organization and 20 American re-
uubllcs to cut into the picture.
An International Materials Conference began
functioning to Washington under the State De-
partment at the end of February. It has seven
working committees: copper-lead-zlnc. sulphur,
cotton, tungsten-molybdenum, manganese-nick-
el-cobalt, pulp-paper and wool. None of these
groups has vet come up with a plan to solve its
difficulties.
The Conference has a smaller Central Group
which acts like an executive committee. Chair-
man of the Conference and the Central Group
is Edwin T. Gibson, former General Foods vice
rresldent. who is also U. S. acting Defense Pro-
duction Administrator.
Mr. Gibson's DPA and its subsidiary NPA
National Production Authority now make al-
locations of critical materials for the U. S. eco-
nomy. Mr. Gibson also has authority to make
allocations of U. 8. critical materials and manu-
factures for export.
The next step is to set up some kind of an
international authority which can make a fair
division of foreign-produced materials among
the consuming countries'.
Dr. John Steelman, back-slapping administrative assistant ,t
President Truman, has been pulling frantic wires on Caplt]J!lU
to prevent the Senate Labor Committee from making public a. re-
port on the railroad strike criticizing him. -
Steelman has been pleading and cajoling that the report be
rewritten or suppressed.
Chairman of the Senate Labor Committee. Jim Murray'of
Montana, Is a great friend of the White House, and ordinarily
would not level criticism at one of Truman's aides. In this .case,
however, Steelman is charged with being responsible for the-aff-
agaln, on-again White House policy which confused the nation
last year and helped precipitate the railroad strike.
This column has obtained a copy of the Senate report which
Dr. Steelman wants suppressed, and It's easy to see why he-does
not like it. Here are some purple passages:
"Dr. Steelman allowed himself to become involved to the dis-
pute in a manner which compromised his effectiveness and which
threatens to embarrass the White House. It is an unwritten, rula
In the profession that mediators will not... became arbitrators
hi the same dispute. In the opinion of the Senate committee, he
i Steelman > made himself a vulnerable target."
The above referred to the fact that Steelman wrote himself
tote the railroad agreement as arbiter In case of future misun-
derstandings between the railroads and the brotherhoods.
The Senators also panned Steelman for Having "grossly,dis-
torted and misrepresented" the railway unions.
The Senate committee also suggests that Steelman was un-
truthful when he advised the President that the brotherhoods had
promised not to strike. "The committee finds," says the report,
that no such promise had been given."
All to all. for a man who likes to get along with folks. asTBJg
John does, the report puts him in rather a bad light with a large
segment of society.
i Copyright. 1951. by The BeU Syndicate. Inc.!
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.CAPTAIN AND MRS. DUMBAULD
WiTKRTAIN WITH DINNER "
Captain and Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld entertained with a
dinner party at the Coco Solo Offlcer'i Club Saturday ren-
te* preceding the Navy benefit show, "Dirty Work At The
Crossroads."
Their gaests were Rear Admiral and Mri. Albert M. Bled-
loe and their houseguests, Mr. and Mr. Martin J. Arnold of
San Antonio. Texai, Captain and Mrs. Lyle I* Koepke, and
Captain and Mr*. Jame* D. Vlecelil.
Rear-Admiral and Mrs. Bledaoe and their visitors were
' the ove might guests of the Commanding Officer of the Coco
" Solu Naral Station, am* Mrs. L. L. Koepke.
gree In Law from the University
of Alabama, Tuesday, June 5.
Following a two-week tour of
duty as a Lieutenant In the Unit-
ed States Army Mr. Skinner will
enter the law firm of his uncle,
Wilkinson and Skinner in Bir-
mingham, Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Skinner and their
young daughter, Pauline, will
move to Birmingham In the near
future.
Mrs.' Dear Complimented
With Luncheon
A group o irlends entertained
With a no-host luncheon at the
Hott-J Washington Saturday for
Mrs. Frederick Dear who Is leav-
ing this summer to reside in the
States.
.Those who participated in the
luncheon aivi gift which was giv-
en Mrs. Dear were: Miss Ruth
Crozler, Miss Dora Hardy, Miss
Mae Wold, Miss Bess Liter, Miss
Thelma Godwin, Miss Lenore
Smith, MLss Jeanne Brown, Miss
Adamary Anderson, Miss Doro-
thy Henry, Miss Dorothy Kern,
Mr. Marguerite Hertgen, Miss
Mary Worrell, Miss Elsie Halll-
well, Miss Rosalie Jones, Miss Sal-
to McLlmans and Mrs. Dorothy
Smith.
Informal Bon Voyage Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Ladd en-
tertained with an informal din-
ner party at their Cristobal resi-
dence Saturday evening honor-
ing two families who are leaving
this week.
Their guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Evancoe. with their
on, Paul, who are not returning
to the Isthmu? next year, but
will make their home in Ephra-
ta, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Jorstad and son, Jon, who are
leaving for a summer vacation.
Brunner-Diax Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Diaz, of
Belle Vista Ave., Baltimore, Md.,
have announced the engagement
f their daughter, Miss Louise
Helene Diaz, to Mr. John James
Brunner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George J. Brunner of South Au-
gusta Ave.
The wedding will take place on
June 16 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Jo-
seph's Monastery.
The Diaz family were former-
ly residents of Cristobal, and Miss
Diaz was born in Colon Hospital.
She graduated from Cristbal
High School in 1S47 and attended
the University of Maryland
School of Nursing from 1957 to
1948.
Emblem Club Notice
Cristobal Emblem Club No. 52
will hold its regular business
meeting at the Elks home Tues-
day night, June 5 at 7:30 p.m.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Jane Huld-
qulst and Mrs. Lillian O'Hayer.
All members are urged to attend.
The white elephant was won at
the last meeting by Mrs. Marie
Mangogna.
Duplicate Games
Duplicate bridge Is played ev-
ery Monday evening at the Mar-
garita Clubhouse. Any interest-
ed residents are cordially Invited
toioln the group.
The winners of last week's
games were: East and West, Mrs.
Henry Hartwig and Mrs. H. F.
Green; Mrs. Leslie Croft and
Mrs. C. T. Swearlngen; Mrs. Sam
Rowley and Mrs. George Poole,
Jr.
North and South, Mrs. L. E.
Cottrell and Mr. Julius Loeb;
Mrs. Garland Orr and Mrs. John
Fahnestock; Mr. Sidney Passal-
lague and Mr. Herbert Delgado.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Royal J. Redmond
of Diablo, announce the birth of
a daughter on June 2 in Gorgas
Hospital. The baby has been
named Kathleen Rae. Mrs. Red-
mond is the former Miss Flossie
Kane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Kane of Bridgeport, Pa.,
formerly of Cristobal.
The paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Redmond
of New Cristobal.
Mr. Skinner Receives
Law Degree
Mr. Stanford Skinner, a for-
mer Gatun resident, and son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Skinner, Jr., of
Balboa, will receive his LLD de-
Sponsorships For
Girls Stale Listed
The Board of Caribbean Girls
State is pleased to acknowledge
receipt of the following sponsor-
Ships for girls who will attend the
third annual session tobe held at
Fort Sherman from June 8 to 14:
Balboa Rainbow Assembly No.
I1 girl.
Bi lbou Woman's Club1 girl.
Me'mbers of National Sojourn-
ers-^l girl. .
Elbert 8. Wald Unit No. 2. A.L.
A.-2 girls.
Chagres River Unit No. 6. A.L.A.
2 girls.
Lodge No. 14, Amer. Federation
Of Govt. Employes2 girls.
Inter-American Women's Club.
Colon Unit1 girl, as observer.
The American Legion. Dept, of
Panama Canal Zone2 girls.
These sponsorships are in ad-
dition to those previously ack-
nowledged The American Legion
Auxiliary is grateful to all of
those who have so generously
contributed to the support of the
Girls state program.
This Is the first year that girls
have at; ended Girls State as 'ob-
servers." The two girls who will
attend in this capacity are Inns
Leignadier. of Colon and Hermi-
nl&Filos of Panama. It is antlci-
Sated that their attendance at
ilrls State as "observers." The
two -girls who will attend In this
Bishop Cooden
Gives Communion
At St. Peters
The Rt. Rev. Reginald H. Good-
en, bishop of the Panama Canal
Zone, visited St. Peter' church,
. La Boca, Sunday night to admln-
1 lster the rite of holy confirma-
tion. *
Both children and adults com-
I prised the class confirmed and
presentation was made to the
j bishop by Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley,
; priest In charge.
STHMI/M DATA
Marriage Licenses
HALL, Russell Coy, 26. of Ft.
Kobbe. formerly of Murphy. N.C..
to CAMPBELL. Anita Claire, of
Ralboa. formerly of Trenton, N.J.
capacity are Irma Leignadier, of
Colon and Herminia Filos of Pa-
nama. It is anticipated that their
attendance at Girls State will re-
sult in mutual benefit and pleas-
ure to everyone.
During the week at Girls State,
a miniature "State" will beset up
anc operated by girl citizens.
They will reielve Instruction in
governmental procedures and ad-
vice when needed, but will actu-
ally operate the state themselves
under the guidance of their own
elected mayors and Governor.
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Mrs. Witt Complimented
With Bon Voyage Bhower
Mrs. Wallace Witt, who is sail-
ing Friday to make her home in
the States, was honored with a
tea and surprise silver dollar
shower given by Mrs. John Pur-
vis at her Margarita home.
The gift was located by the
honoree in a clever treasure
hunt, after which tea was serv-
ed. Mrs. John M. Brown presided
at the punch bowl.
The guests included: Mrs.
George Wertz, Mrs. Burt Watson,
Mrs. William Brooks, Mrs. Fl/jy
Meehan, Mrs. John M. Biu*n,
Miss Marjorle Price, Miss Grace
Williams, Mrs. LeRoi Leeser, Mrs.
Edward Blount, Mrs. Henry
Keane, Mrs. Charles Dubbs. Mrs.
Thomas Polite and Mrs. Grady
Hardlson.
Mr. Witt has resigned his posi-
tion with the Division of Schools,
after a two-year stay on the Isth-
mus. They will visit in Chatham,
New Jersey.
Class for Volunteer Workers
Mrs. Jean Karch will hold a
class for the volunteer workers
for the Summer Recreation pro-
gram this evening at 7 o'clock at
the Girl Scout Office in Marga-
rita. She will teach textile paint-
ing and tie dyeing. Anyone, who
Is Interested in assisting In the
arts and crafts of the Summer
Recreation program, is Invited to
attend.
Luncheon Meeting
To Honor Mrs. Howe
The monthly meeting of the
Gatun Union Church Auxiliary
will be preceded by a covered
dish luncheon at 12:30, Thurs-
day, in the church. Mrs. David
Howe, one of tht most diligent
workers in the organization, will
be honored on this occasion. She
Is leaving in the near future to
reside in the States.
Departures and Arrivals
Mr. Charles MlHspauh arriv-
ed last week to spend the sum-
mer vacation period witn i.u --
rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mills-
paugh of Gatun. Mr. Mlllspaugh
is a student at Mississippi State.
Mrs. Vestal Morris left by air-
plane during the week end for
Greenville, N.C., where she will
attend college for the first sem-
ester of the summer term.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McLaugh-
lin, Jr., with their sons. Bill and
Don, sailed Friday for a vacation
in New Jersey. Mr. William Mc-
Laughlin is returning to M.I.T.
to resume his studies. He has had
a two-week vacation with his fa-
mily in Gatun.
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4:00Music Without Words
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IN HOLLYWOOD
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) In-
grld Bergman Is watching Rita
Hayworth's headlines and wants
to dash back to the U.S. with her
baby boy to divorce Roberto Ros-
sellini. Well, that's the word from
pals of Ingrld in Rome. One solid
Hollywood film offer, they insist,
will bring Ingrid back in a hurry.
A legal fight is brewing between
Ann Miller and MOM. You
guessed It over Ann's desire to
be a television queen. '
"If they won't let me do TV,"
Ann told me, "I won't re-sign my
contract when option time comes
around.
"The money is fantastic," Ann
sighed. "But Lcan't do anything
until the anti-television clanse is
taken out of my contract."
Will she say good by to movies?
"I'll do movies and TV. They
go hand in hand."
Latest TV money offer to be
pitched at Blng Crosby for a sin-
gle show: $100,000. Blng's answer
Is still NO. He'll fight for films
like he fought for recorded radio
shows. Live shows, he claims,
"are like trying to ad lib a movie."
The Hollywood to- Manhat-
tan wires are buzzing id a deal to
bring Fredrlc March back to mo-
vietown to star in Stanley Kra-
mer's "The Death of a Salesman."
Gorgeous Lena Home's sultry
warbling at a local glitter den left
the customers screaming for
more. If there are any mortgages
on this high-class supper club,
Lena's low-down voice will pay
them off during her engagement.
A beauty named Susan Ran-
dall is the reason why insiders
are discounting an altar trek for
John Payne and Rhonda Flem-
ing. ., Tip to talent scouts: Owen
Cald well, who's built like a Varga
girlshe's his latest prise model
should be signed up quick. She's
a combination Grable-Russell.
Bette Davis and Clark Gable
lead the top 10 favorite film stars
In the Woman's Home Compan-
ion seventh annual movie poll.
Hollywod is bug-eyed over the
Gable rating over John Wayne,
Jimmy Stewart and Blng Crosby.
Ray Miliand's memory of bis
first movies: "I was awfnl. What
I looked like was worse. I didn't
know anything about make-up.
The blue around my eyes went out
as far as my ears and I looked Uke
a ballet dancer."
Marilyn Monroe, tagged as a
second Jean Harrow when she was
a yellow blonde, now looks even
more like Jean. She's bleached to
Jean's platinum locks for "A
WAC in His Life."...A British
newsman Is still blushing about
asking Bette Davis for her recipe
for lasting wedlock. She snapped:
"Obviously I'm no authority.
I'm on my fourth marriage."
Remember George Breakston,
the sad-faced moppet who was
hailed as the greatest child star
since Jackie Coogan when he
played in "No Greater Glory"
back in 1934?
The lad's grown up"I'm fat
and getting a bald head"and Is
producing pictures in Japan with
Ray Stahl. son of the late direc-
tor John Stahl. Their first was
"Tokyo File 212," then "Fate" and
now it will be "A Night in a Gei-
sha House."
"Americans have the wrong
Idea about Geisha girls," Ray
frowned. "A top Geisha girl Is a
combination of Lily Pons, Moira
Shearer and Claire Booth Luce."
Songstress Helen O'Connel has
decided to divorce her estranged
husband and the betting is that
she'll wed Andy Mclntyre, Mari-
lyn Maxwell' soon-to-be-ex...
The chill between Nftncy Olson
and Director Michael Curtlz on
the "Force of Arms" set has in-
siders gasping.
It'll be "Susan Cabot" on UI
credit sheets.
The starlet's married name.
Panama i^anal (clubhouses-
Showing Tonight JJH
(FOR AN tVXNING OUT...GO TO THE MOVltSI)
BALBOA
Alr-i'uneltlAiiea
S:1S S:l
Sunn HAYWARD a. Dan DA1LEY
'I Con Get It for You Wholesale'
Tuetday MoUon Pictures Canceled I
DIABLO HTS.
:u a sies
Robert MTTCHUM Talth DOMERGUE
"WHERE DANGER LIVES"
|..... Taeaear "DAKOTA ML"
C fi C Ci I I ,ohn MUJS Ptlxiete WHITE
a "m "THE TATTOOED SfRANGER"
a Timaay HAIXg.Or MffoltKZVntA',
G A 1 U N
f:te
(Tutadaj)
Grace MOORE
"ONE NIGHT OF LOVE'
MARGARITA "HARBOR OF MISSING MEN"
CIS a 1:2
and "DESTINATION BIG HOUSE
Tumi? EDGE Or DOOM
CRISTOBAL
4lr- ..nad
:M S:5S
Glenn FORD a VALLI
'FOLLOW THE SUN"
Taasaay "COPPER CANTON"
Susn Sczekarkewiecz, would
have blown marquee fuses from
Maine to-California.
Short Takes: UI Is planning a
remake of "Magnificent Obses-
sion," with Ann -Sheridan ...
Montgomery cilft. his agents are
groaning, has turned down 80
film scripts In the past eight
months Ma and Pa Kettle's
next stop after Walkiki will be
ParisThe Ted Flo Ritos are
reconciling.
Boris Karloff is ready to return
to the monster business after
several years of ducking horror
roles.... Margaret O'Brien i
penciled In for the lead In a new
TV serial, "Sandy Dreams."
Quick reviews of those two
bloodless bullfight movies, "Tha
Lady and the Bullfighter," and
"The Brave Bulls":
"That's all there Is, there Isn't
any Gore."
LUX THEATRE =
Hit weapon wu more deadly than a gun
..it wat... The 13th Letter I...
Charlee
BOYER
Linda
DARNELL
In
RENNIE
THE 13TH LETTER'
CENTRAL
John PAYNE Maureen
O'HARA, in
"TRIPOLI",
(In Technicolor)
HIGH ADV
- THE
U.S. MAR
BELLA VISTA
3:M. :. *:, 1M. :U tm.
The Story of a Boy Musical
Geniual...
VIBRANT MUSIC... TURBULENT
EMOTION!...
frelude
?faroe'
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CECILIA THEATRE =
2 EXCITING FEATURE8) 8
The musical show that tope them all I
"CALL ME MISTER" (la technicolor)
with Betty ORABLE Dan DAILEY
Plus: "THE MARX OF ZORRO"
with Tyrone POWER Linda DARNELL
TROPICAL THEATRE =
THE GREATEST ADVENTURE IN
HUMAN HISTORY!
"ROCKETSHIP X-M"
withLlc^flBrldges^JJiRMason
ENCANTO THEATRE
Alr-Condltloned
At 5:10 and 8:00 p.m.
Laat Political Event*. Including
THE TRIAL OP
DR. ARNULPO ARIAS M.
Alto: Two Picture!
Vincent Price, In
"The Baron of Arisona"
Don- Barry, in
^^RIN GSIDJE/^^
TIVOLI THEATRE
Errol Flynn, in
"ROCKY MOUNTAIN"
- Also: .
Dennis Morgan, In
PRETTY BABY"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
Romance and Adventure!
John Derek Diana Lynn
- in -
"ROGUES OF
SHERWOOD FOREST"
- Alto: -
Lon McCallister, in
"A YANK IN KOREA"
VICTORIA THEATRE
Spectacular Adventure I
Richard Widmarfc, In
"Halls of Moatenuaa"
. Also: -
James Stewart, in
"THE JACKPOT"
"PICTURE OF THE MONTH"
Red Book.
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-Winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1682, Sunday, June 3, 1951
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" it "B" of 26 pieces each.
First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize
8824
3786
981 3
$
$
52,000.00
15,600.00
7,800.00

Nee rrlic- Nee PriM Nee rrtaea No* Print Nee Priae* Nee. Prises Noe Prize Nm Prise* Nee. Priee* Nee. Prisw
1 S 1 t S 1 S S S t
sett lse.N 1M4 IM.M MS4 IM.M MM IM.M 4124 IM.M M24 IM.M M24 IM.M 7*24 1M.M MM IM.M MM IM.M
124 1M.K 1124 IM.M 21M IM.M 1124 IM.M 4124 IM.M SIM IM.M IM IM.M 7124 1MM SIM IM.M 124 IM.M
221 IMH 1214 1M.M 1X24 IM.M 1224 IM.M 4224 IM.M S224 IM.M 224 IM.M 7224 IM.M S2M IM.M MS4 IM.M
324 1M.H ISM IM.M 2S24 1M.M J324 1M.M 4124 IM.M S324 IM.M S324 I .IBM 7124 IM.M SM4 1M.M 24 IM.M
424 1M.H I4Z4 1M.M M24 1M.M M24 IM.M 4424 IM.M M24 IM.M 424 IM.M 74M IM.M M24 IMH 414 IM.M
S24 IMH ISM 1MM 2S24 IM.M 3524 IM.M 4S24 IM.M SS24 1M.M M24 IM.M 7524 IM.M S924 1M.M M24 IM.M
24 IM.M ISM IM.M MM IM.M M24 IM.M 4424 IM.M M24 1M.M MM IM.M 724 IM.M 8424 IM.N MM IM.M
724 lM.ae 1724 IMH 27M IM.M SIM IM.M 4124 1M.M S7M IM.M S724 156 H 7724 IM.M S724 IM.M 1724 IM.M
K24 2.CH.H im 2.SM.M M14 2.*M.M 3*24 2,HH 4SM 2.4H.H M24 2.BM.M MM 2.SH.M 7824 2.M4.M M24 SIMM MM 2,H.H
24 IM.M ISM IM.M MM IM.M 1*24 IM.M 4*24 IM.M 5924 IM.M MM IM.M 7M IM.M 824 IM.M MM IM.M
Approximations Derived From First Prize
MIS
Ml*
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5M.M
SM.M
MIT
Mil
I
Ml
Ml*
88M
IM.M
SM.M
I J I
SS21 SM.M 8823 SM.M 88M SM.M
MM SM.M I MIS SM.M | 8827 52.H
I I II
8828 SM.M 8SM SM.M Mil SM
S82S SM.M I Mil SM.M SOS in
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
7M 8 IM.M 1TM 3771 17M S IMH 1MM IM.M 27M !HM 3781 IM.M 3782 IM.M 1 47M 2M.H 3783 IM.M 3714 IM.M I7M 2M.M 87M M*.M 77M 17M 37(1 S 2H.H ______L IM.M IM.M 7M IM.M 7M 1 IM.M
277T 177S IM.M IM.M S7M IM.M 3717 IM.M 37M 1M.M 17M IM.M 37M 3783 IM.M 1MM 17M 37M IM.M IM.M
Approximations Derived From Piird Prize
MI3 S IMH 1813 IM.M 2813 t IMH 1 M13 IM.M i 4113 INN I Mil IM.M MIS 1 IMH Till 1 IM.M MIS IMH
MM MM IM.M IM.M M7 IM.M IM.M MM MM IM.M IM.M MM IM.M Mil IM.M Mil IM.M MM IM.M MIS 1M.M MIS IM.M M17 MIS 1M.M IM.M Ml* MM IM.M IM.M Mil mh IM.M IMH
Prize-winning numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing dere sold: 1st and 2nd in Panam; 3rd in Chlrlqui.
The nine hundred whole tickets ending in 4 and not incloded In the aboe list win Fifty -Two Dollar (5Z.M) each.
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprise the two series 'A and B .
Signed by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Oovernor of the Province of Panama.,
MARIO H. CAL, Representative of the'Ministry of Treasury.
WITNF<5 tv i incases. Ell5eo jorresCdula No. 47-17830.
ROGELIO AVILA P.,
Notary Public, Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary


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MADERAS
de construccin
de toda clase.
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa
legando a J. Franco.
Tel. 3-1503
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Discuten emprstito
de B. 22.000.000 hoy
Las Comisiones de Estudio de
la Asamblea Nacional ae ocu-
paron durante todo el da de
ayer y la maana de hoy del
examen de los proyectos de
Ley presentados por el Ejecur
Se reunirn aqu
los Gobernadores
de la Repblica
El prximo sbado se llevara
a efecto una conferencia de
Gobernadores en el Despacho
del Ministro de Gobierno, V:
Miguel ngel Ordez, segn s
Inform a la prensa en el Mi-
nisterio de Gobierno.
Los Gobernadores de todas lus
provincias asistirn a este im-
portante reunin que ha sklc
convlcada por el Seor Ministro
ue Gobierno y Justicia, para
discutir los problemas ms ar-
gentes de las administraciones
provinciales y buscarle solucin
una serle de problemas de ck-'
rcter urgente que existen tn
muchas colectividades de la Re-
pblica.
Esta conferencia, obedece a.i-
tc todo, a la preparacin de un
plan de accin armnico que
entrar en accin en las pro-
vincias y que se desarrllala
conjuntamente en toda la Re-
pblica- '
tlvo sobre consolidacin de la
deuda interna a base de un
emprstito hasta por. la suma
de veintids millones de bal-
boas. .El remanente despus de
cancelar la deuda seria emplea-
do como cuota de Panam pa-
ra la terminacin de la Ca-
rretera Interamerlcana, sobre
emisin de cdulas hipotecarlas
del hotel El Panam, con la
mira de obtener l reapertura
del Banco Fiduciario de Pa-
nam.
Las mencionadas comisiones
presentarn esta tarde su In-
forme y dichos proyectos se
mantendrn en Secretaria du-
rante cuarenta y ocho horas
para luego entrar la Asamblea
a considerarlos en segundo de-
bate.
Durante la tarde de hoy la
Cmara recibir cualquier pro-
yecto que tenga el rgano E-
Jecutivo y que sea presentado
a su consideracin para su a-
probacin o improbacin.
La Asamblea entrar a es-
tudiar inmediatamente el -pro-
yecto de ley que concede fa-
cultades extraordinarias en ma-
teria fiscal al- Ejecutivo, segn
fuimos informados hoy en fuen-
tes parlamentarlas. Dicha ley
ha sido solicitada a la Cmara
con el objeto de darle al Eje-
cutivo poderes especiales para
contrarrestar la crisis fiscal y
tomar las medidas aconsejables
en bien de los intereses fisca-
les de la Repblica.
Se refiere a la situacin
ilegal de los Comandantes
el Ex-Ministro A. Bellido
Publicamos a continuacin la
carta abierta que el ex-Minls-
tro de Gobierno y Justicia don
Ablllo Bellido ha dirigido al
seor Presidente de la Repbli-
ca, en la cual se refiere a la
situacin legal de los Coman-
dantes de la Politia Nacional:
Panam, junio 2 d 1951.
Excmo. seor
don Alclbades Arosemena,
Presidente de la Repblica.
E. S. D.
Excmo. seor Presidente:
Acabo de leer en "La Estrella
de Panam" que "el Presidente
Arosemena reiter en esta oca-
sin su conmlanza en los Co-
mandantes Remn, Vallarino y
Flores, estimando que no veia
razn que justificara cambio al-
guno en la direccin del Cuer-
po de Polica, como fuera dicho
ante*".
Tal declaracin de V.E. es
corolario o consecuencia, segn
'el mismo rgano de publicidad,
de la decisin de los Jefes de
la Pollcia Nacional de presen-
El 'PRA' expidi
un comunicado a
sus copartidarios
El Partido Revolucionario Au-
tntico nos ha enviado para
su publicacin el siguiente co-
municado:
COMUNICADO:
El Directorio Nacional del
Partido Revolucionario Autn-
tico, fiel a sus principios de
lealtad y disciplina, por este
medio solicita a los directores
'fvnt s la Ptfna rol l>
tar renuncia de sus cargos. T
si no hubiera, seor Presidente,
una situacin anmala que a-
fecta a los expresados Coman-
dantes, no intentarla distraer
un slo minuto del valioso
tlampOvque V. E. dispone para
invitarle- a ju, oara bien de- la
administracin que se distingue
por tener la legalidad como pe-
destal y para legalizar el status
de los seores Remn, Valla-
rino y Flores, procedan V. E.
y su Ministro de Gobierno a
dar cumplimiento al aparte 2o.
del articulo 144 de la Consti-
tucin.
Es pblico y notorio, seor
Presidente, que en la tarde del
19 de noviembre de 1949 el
ex-Presldente de la Repblica
doctor Daniel Chanls, dict un
decreto que a mi me toc re-
frendar como su Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia, destituyen-
do a los Comandantes Remn,
Vallarino y Flores y reempla-
zndolos por el Comandante
Rogelio Ortega Fbrega, y los
Mayores Ocaa y Palau. He-
chos histricos son tambin que
ni el ex-Presldente don Ro-
berto F. Chiari ni el ex-Presi-
dente doctor Arnulfo Arlas, ni
V. E. revocaron ese decreto eje-
cutivo del doctor Chanls e hi-
cieran nuevos nombramientos.
Esta carta tiene para finali-
dad esencial sugerirle a V. E.
que extienda el nombramiento
de Comandantes de la Polica
en los seores Remn, Vallarino
y Flores y se ponga asi trmino
a la situacin anmala que he
indicado.
Con sentimiento de conside-
racin personal, me es grato
suscribirme atento servidor y
amigo, <
Abillo Bellido
"Est perfectamente clara la
situacin del Agro-Pecuario"
dice el Ministro D. Samudio
Sigue la retirada roja
en el frente de Corea
La tonelada de
papel peridico
sube en B/10.00
TORONTO, junio 4. (Ut*>.
- La "Abllttlbl" Power and
Paper Company" ha anun-
ciad* un amento de dies
dlares por tonelada en el
precio del papel peridico.
Con este nuevo aumento, el
precio bsico del papel peri-
dico ser de $116.00 la to-
nelada en Nueva York.
La Abimibi anunci que
el costo de la mano de obra
y de la pulpa ha estado au-
mentando constantemente, y
las dems compaas cana-
dienses manufactureras de
papel peridico luirn el
ejemplo. El precio del papel
peridico haba sido aumen-
tado en seis dlares en no-
viembre pasado.
Un portavoz de la compa-
a dijo: "Si hubisemos au-
mentado el precio del papel
peridico en dies dlares por
toneladas en ese entonces, -
penas habramos cubierto el
aumento en los gastos. Sin
embargo, slo aumentamos
seis dlares por tonelada.
Desde ese entonces hemos
tenido el aumento conside-
rable en los fastos de pro-
duccin de papel peridico, y
es esa la rasn del nuevo au-
mento".
Investgase caso
de atropello que
ocurri en Capira
Las autoridades del Ministe-
rio Pblico continuaban esta
maana investigando ti acci-
dente automovilstico del do-
mingo en la madrugada en Vi-
lla del Carmen, Capira, en el
que pereci el Joven Ovidio
Senz y recibi heridas el Jo-
ven Gilberto Cont Tuftn al
ser arrollados por un autom-
vil. .
El atropello se le imputa al
seor Tito del Moral Jr., miem-
bro del Concejo de la capital,
quien se volc esa noche va-
rias millas del lugar del acci-
dente. El Fiscal instructor es-
taba esta maana aclarando
ciertos puntos oscuros del ac-
cidente, despus que le tom
declaracin indagatoria al se-
or del Moral Jr. y se estable-
cieron ln/ormes que modifican
la versin primeramente dada
por la polica a las autorida-
des del Ministerio Pblico.
Las autoridades estn tratan-
do de verificar cules fueron
los automviles que pasaron por
el lugar del accidente cuando
ste se produjo, para asi orien-
tar la investigacin sobre pis-
tas concretas.
Varios ataques suicidas han
lanzado los coreanos en medio
de un fuego de artillera
MLa meta ios a..ados es de un constante castigo
. a .. cii-rto S2 rindan" Van Fleet
TOKIO, Junio 4 (UP). Los
ejrcitos comunistas iniciaron
su retirada en el frente cen-
tral oriental de Corea hoy, ba-
lo la fuerte presin de las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas.
Los comunistas abandonaron
sus posiciones fortificadas al
norte de Inje y Yanggu detrs
de sus retaguardias que, lan-
zaban el fuego de los morte-
ros y armas de pequeo calibre
contra las filas de los aliados.
Al mismo tiempo, las fuerzas
de infantera aliadas en el fren-
te central occidental, lanzando
granadas, lograron penetrar
ms profundamente dentro del
cinturn de defensa comunista
que defiende los bastiones de
Chorwon y Kumhwa.
Los aliados lograron avanzar
por entre Yonchon, 12 millas
al sur de Chorwon, puerta del
"tringulo de hierro" comunis-
ta, y enviaron patrullas de tan-
ques hacia las carreteras que
conducen a Chorwon y Kumh-
wa.
La historia de la guerra a
todo lo largo del frente de Co-,
rea, es una de ganancias para
los aliados contra algunas de
las ms tenaces y determina-
das resistencias de la guerra.
Los rojos lanzaron varios a-
taques suicidas en medio de
fuertes barreras de fuego de
morterqe y de artillera, de 105
milmetros.
Esta i la nueva fase de la
guerra mencionada por el Ge
neral Van Fleet. La meta de
los aliados es el constante cas-
tigo de las fuerzas comunistas
hasta que se rindan.
Las ganancias territoriales ya
no cuentan. El objetivo prin-
cipal del Octavo Ejrcito es a-
rrojar a las fuerzas comunistas
de su bastin en Corea Cen-
tral o forzarlas a usar sus re-
servas prematuramente.
En el frente Central Orien-
tal los aliados salieron hoy de
las posiciones que le arrebata-
ron a los rojos, logrando nue-
vos avances hasta de tres mi-
llas contra una tenaz resisten-
cia.
Los comunistas se trenzaron
en varias batallas con los alia-
dos a travs del frente al este
de la reserva de Hwachon, pe-
ro parece que se estn retiran-
do lentamente.
Las tropas de las Naciones
Unidas que se encuentran pa-
trullando al sur de la reserva
encontraron 1,900 cadve res
comunista* y 700 caballos muer-
tos, cuando los rojos atacaron
la Segunda Divisin norteame-
ricana el mes pasado.
En varias ocasiones los co-
munistas lucharon hasta mo-
rir a fin de mantener sus li-
neas de defensa. La artillera
y aviacin de las Naciones Uni-
das pulverizaron las posiciones
comunistas preparando asi el
camino a la infantera que se
encuentra avanzando por las
carreteras hacia Kumkwa y
Chorwon.
Nuevo servicio en
"El Panam-Amrica"
Desde hoy publicaremos en
nuestra pg. La Voz del Interior
una columna diaria sobre nutri-
cin la cual ss un servid dellnstl
tuto Centroamericano de NuUl-
cln- Esta columna considerare
todos los temas relacionado -
con tan Importante rama y es-
tamos seguros que ser de in-
ters para nuestros lectores
"Incitacin al Asesinato en Panam"
"Uno de los casos ms peregrinos de extralimitacin
de la libertad de prensa lo acaba de cometer un peridico de
Panam, "La Nacin", propiedad del comandante J. A. Re-
mnjefe de la Polica y hombre fuerte de dicho pasal
incitar pblicamente en un editorial del diario a que sean
asesinados los ex-presidentes Harmodio y Arnulfo Arias.
"Es lamentable que un rgano de prensa descienda a
formas tan indignas de expresin como las que ha utilizado
dicho peridico, que en los delirios de la pasin poltica
llega hasta recomendar la comisin de un delito tan grave
y repugnante como el de asesinato. Es difcil encontrar an-
tecedentes en la historia del periodismo continental de tan
burdo empleo de la libertad de prensa, puesta en este caso
al servicio de los peores instintos y de las violencias ms
repudiables.
'Contrasta esa actitud irresponsable con la serena posi-
cin adoptada por el diario "La Estrella de Panam", que
se apresur a consignar su protesta, condenando tales exce-
sos de la decencia periodstica que constituyen un baldn
para los que se dedican a las tareas de la letra de molde.
EL MUNDO se apresura asimismo a expresar su
enrgica repudiacin del lenguaje procaz e incivilizado que
ha adoptado el mencionado diario de Panam, considern-
dolo como una agresin a los altos principios por que se
rige la prensa continental. La libertad de opinin no puede
ser salvoconducto para el asesianto y el crimen, sino una
noble institucin al servicio de la moral y el derecho".
(Mlt.rUI Je "El Mando", I. Hbn, Junto 1. ** 1WI)
Campaa contra
la tuberculosis
se har en esta
Extraoflclalmente se nos
>a Informado que en el pbu>
(le sanidad del Punto i, a
travs del Servicio Coopera-
tivo Interamericano de Salad
Pblica, Panam se benefi-
ciara en la aplicacin de
puntos concretos para eada
ao y ue stos posiblemen-
te sean: Una campaa Inte-
gral en nuestro pas para va-
cunar contra la tuberculosis
(Campaa de Vacunacin
BCG), un plan de estudies
de pueblos completamente
rurales, seleccionados tcni-
camente, para el estudio de
sus necesidades sanitarias
bsicas a fin de que nuestro
pas cuente con una serle
de Informes de trabajos por
haeer, y finalmente, una in-
tensa campaa de educacin
sanitaria.
Se nos ha asegurado que
las tres son necesidades b-
sicas en la salubridad del
Iiais. El estudio Integral de
as necesidades sanitarias de
las reas rurales, permitirla
establecer todas las posibili-
dades de mejoramiento y el
costo mnimo para lograr es-
te saneamiento del amblante.
Varias de estas localidades
podran en 1952 ser sanea-
das a base de las sugestio-
nes que al efecto se hagan.
Slo el Ministro
de Gobierno dar
unos permisos
El Comisionado de Correccin
nos ha enviado la siguiente co-
municacin:
El 8r. Antonio Donato M., Co-
misionado de Correccin del Mi-
nisterio de Gobierno y Justicia,
hace saber a los interesados que
el Departamento a su cargo no
est autorieado para extenuer
permisos a los detenidos pol-
ticos que se encuentran en la
Crcel Modelo, asimismo infor-
ma que dichos permisos delien
ser solicitados a su excelencia
el 8r. Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia.
Tambin pide de manera es-
pecial a los familiares y ami-
gos de aquellos que se encuen-
tran cumpliendo condena j>~-r
diferentes delitos icomunes, que
deben hacer la solicitud de per-
misos de visitas, los sbados, y
one en dias de semana es impo-
sible la visita a la Crcel Mo-
delo, por motivos de reglamen-
to, ya que esto impide la be-
na marcha de la administrad in
de dicha Crcel. ______
Sesiona eita noche ^
la Cmara Junior
Despus de un receso Invo-
luntario los miembros de la Ca-
r..ara de Jvenes de la ciudad
de Panam se renen esta no-
che a las ocho en su salon de
sesiones situado en el Edificio
de la Cmara de Comercio en
la Plaza Bellsario Porras. ____
Gran entusiasmo por
asistir al concierto
I de Marian Anderson
Todas las entradas preferi-
Idaa para el concierto de la
[mundlalmente famosa soprano
I de color Marian Anderson, que
I ofrecer el Teatro Central el 19
I Junio han sido agotadas en me-
mos de dos das.
Es enorme el entusiasmo que
Iha despertado entre el pbli-
Ico de toda la repblica la pre
[sentacin en Panam de la prl-
Imera soprano de color que se
lie permiti cantar en el "Cons-
Ititution Hall" de Washington,
Icuando hizo su aparicin espe-
Iclal en honor de la Sra. de
loosevelt.
En efecto, se han recibido
peticiones de boletos de todas
partes de la repblica. Inclusi-
ve desde Bocas del Toro.
Algunas Instituciones cvicas y
culturales de mujeres estn or-
ganizando un comit que reci-
bir a la glorise soprano a su
llegada a Panam.
El Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, declar
en la maana de hoy que la
situacin del Banco Agropecua-
rio era perfectamente clara y
3ue l habla actuado de acuer-
o con la Ley.
"La resolucin dictada por
este despacho ndica claramen-
te que el seor Linares fue
destituido porque habla tenido
intervencin en otra empresa
bancarla, ya que actu como
Interventor del Gobierno en el
Banco Fiduciario.
Yo estoy actuando de acuer-
do con la Constitucin de 1948
y espero que a ella se acoge-
rn si es que piensan presen-
tar algn recurso ante los tri-
bunales competentes".
Como saben nuestros lectores,
el sbado ltimo se suscitaron
algunos incidentes en el Ban-
co Agropecuario con motivo de
haber Ido a tomar posesin de
su cargo el nuevo gerente de
esa institucin. Lie. Eduardo
Vallarino. En esa ocasin don
Enrique Linares, se neg a ha-
cer entrega del despacho al Lie.
Vallarino y se retir de la ins-
titucin.
Timoshenko asume el mando de los
ejrcitos rojos prximos a Irn
Por James Wakefield Burke
(NANA)
BERLIN, junio 4. (UP). El
mariscal sorltieo Timoshenko
acaba de llegar a Tiflis, cer-
ca de la frontera de Irn, es-
tableciendo -inmediatamente alli
el cuartel general de an es-
mando unido para los enatro
ejrcitos rusos estacionados en
Georgia, Dagestan, Azerbaijan y
Armenia, segn se sabe por
miembros del estado mayor so-
vitico aqu.
Las cuatro provincias bajo el
mando militar de Timoshenko
controlan la regin qne te ex-
tiende entre la Unin Sovitica,
Turqua e Irn, El total de las
tuertas de qne dispone ascien-
de a tre--.ta y cinco divisio-
nes, con su respectiva aviacin.
Segn los mismos in form an-
tea, Rusia tiene un millar de
aeroplanos estacionados ea Vo-
roshilovgrad, que est al Oeste
de Stalingrado y al Norte de
Rostov. Entre olios hay (ran
Se estima la accin rusa como una
advertencia a los ejrcitos de la
Gran Bretaa en el Mediterrneo
cantidad de aviones de bombar-
deo y de combate, de propul-
sion a chorro.
Un quinto ejrcito rojo es-
t estacionado en Turkestan,
con su cuartel general en Tash-
kent, contando igualmente coa
na foena area tctica ade-
cuada.
Se sabe qae estas faenas a-
reas son ms poderosas que ea
cualquier otro momento desde
la terminados de la segunda
guerra mundial. En Armona los
rusos han completado cuatro
grandes aerdromos militares,
construido* por trakajadores
forzados.
Los ejrcitos de Timoshenko
estn preparado* para interve-
nir en la disputa petrolera de
Irn, si el gobierno de Tehe-
rn lo pide, en caso de que
tropas extranjeras invadan el
pats, dicen los funcionarios ra-
sos. Todos ellos tienen la opi-
nin de que Timoshenko podra
oeapar todo Irn, desde el Mar
Caspio si Golfo Prsico, en me-
nos de ana semana.
Sin embargo, los diplomti-
cos creen que no ser necesario
enviar tropa* a Irn, y pare-
oea convencidos de que koala
obtendr los contratos petro-
leros Iranio*, con exclusin de
los britnicos, "en este mismo
ao".
nadores en la
_do reconocl-
Gran Bretaa,
rusos aqui dl-
EI Embajador sovitico en
Tehern ha asegurado al pri-
mer Ministro Mohammed Mos-
sadegh "la buena voluntad" del
Kremlin, prometindole ayuda
para mantener la independen-
cia del pas contra la "influen-
cia" extraa.
Mossadegh ha nombrado do-
ce nuevos gobo
tona petrolera,
dos enemigos
Los funcionar'
cen que esos nuevos gobernado-
res desean exulsar a los tc-
nico* britnicos de Irn, para
reemplazarlos/ por "amistosos"
rusos. 7
Sbese que en una gran re-
cepcin dads) por el Embajador
sovitico en/ Tehern reciente-
mente, el obviado raso dijo al
primer ministro Mossadegh que
Irn debe "rescatar" sa petrleo
ue hoy estilen manos de los
Titnicos. Agreg que "los s-
mistoso* ejrcitos" del mariscal
Timoshenko protegeran a Irn
contra las 'tropas britnicas,
"estacionadas Ya en el extraa
oriental del Mediterrneo".
Abiertas a Concurso
ms de 60 Ctedras
A partir de hoy, el Ministe-
rio de Educacin someter a
concurso 67 ctedras de edu-
cacin secundarla c,ue se en-
cuentran acantes en los dife-
rentes colegios secundarios de
la repblica.
Los aspirantes a stas c-
tedras debern enviar sus soli-
citudes al Director de Educa-
cin Secundaria a ms tardar
el viernes g de junio del pre-
sente ao.
Los colegios en donde se en-
cuentran vacantes las ctedras
son los siguiente*: Colegio Abel
Bravo; Escuela Normal "J. D.
Arosemena"; Liceo de Seori-
tas; Escuela Profesional; Es-
cuela de Artes y Oficios; Co-
legio Flix Olivares; Escuela Se-
cundaria de Chitr; Primer Ci-
clo de Concepcin- Primer Ci-
clo de Bocas del Toro; Primer
Ciclo de La Chorrera; Primer
Ciclo de La Palma, Darln; Pri-
mer Ciclo de Penonom; Pri-
mer Ciclo de Aguadulce y Es-
cuela Secundaria de Las Ta-
blas.
Entre las ctedras que estn
vacantes se encuentran las de
espaol, matemticas, lngljs,
Ciencias generales, artes ma-
nuales, estenografa, arte d
vender, estudios sociales, edu-
cacin fsica, mecanografa,
ciencias, religin, comidas para
familias, msica, historia, dibu-
jo, y economia domstica
Conferencia sobre
Aeronutica habr
en Cno. y Justicia
Maana se celebrar una con*
ferencla de aviacin en el Des*
pacho del Ministro de Gobier-
no y Justicia, con asistencia
de altas autoridades nacionales
y de tcnicos de aviacin del
gobierno de los Estados Uni-
dos.
En esta misma conferencia
las autoridades panameas dis-
cutirn el nombramiento del
Director de Areonutlca Civil,
de la Repblica y otros tpi-
cos relacionados con la coope-
racin de Panam y los Esta-
dos Unidos en esta materia.
Bajo protesta firm Truman
la ley de asignaciones que
fue aprobada por el Senado
WASHINGTON, Junio 4 (UP)
El Presidente Truman po-
mulg la ley de asignacin !
365 millones de dlares, pero
censur duramente la claubuia
que prohibe el auxilio econmi-
co a cualquier pais que trans-
porte materiales estratgicos a
Rusia o cualquier satlite sovi-
tico.
Explic que firm la ley por-
que facilita los fondos que se
necesitan urgentemente para
importantes actividades del Go-
bierno, pero protest de la for-
ma en que el Congreso exige el
control sobre os embarques a o
tros pases.
Dijo que la ley se redact pre-
1,380 marinos en
ruta a E. U. nos
harn visita hoy
Esta maana llegaron a Bal-
boa, rumbo hacia Estados Uni-
dos, cuatro barcos de la Divisin
de Destructores No. 161, despus
dt siete meses de combate en
la costa de Corea del Norte
La tripulacin y oficialidad
de stos cuatro barcos, ms de
1,380 hombres visitarn a Pa-
nam sta tarde
Los cuatro barcos, el USS En-
glish, el USS Hank, el US8 Wa-
llace Lind y el USS Borle par-
ticiparon en el sitio de Wousun.
Navegando en aguas Infestadas
por las minas, los barcos se u-
nieron al resto de la fuerza na-
val norteamericana que estaoic-
cleron el bloqueo de la costa de
Corea del Norte, evitando qas
los barcos comunistas hicieran
uso de sus puertos.
Los barcos saldrn maana
en la maana, rumbo a Noroi'.t,
Virginia, su base en Estados U-
r.ldos.
(.piladamente y dar por resul-
tado el debilitar, en ves de re-
forzar, al seguridad de Estado
Unidos y el mundo Ubre como
no se hagan amplias concesio-
nes.
La prohibicin no es aplica-
ble en caso de ayuda militar. La
ley requiere que las naciones
que reciben ayuda certifiquen
en un plazo de quince dias qut
han prohibido el embarque de
materiales estratgicos a Ruda,
China Comunista, Corea del
Norte y otros paises dominados
por el Soviet
Traman dijo qne las princi-
pales exportaciones a sos pai-
sas son los tejidos y fibras tex-
tiles, maquinaria y material in-
dustrial, alimentos, materias
pilmas y otros de diversas cla-
nes. Admiti que muchos artcu-
los los caen dentro de la prohib
clon porque pueden "usarse ea
la fabricacin de armas, arma-
mentos y material militar P:-
ro esa razn es suficiente para
prohobir le exportacin al oic-
que sovitico si el mundo litro
recibe a c a m b lo artculos Je
mayor valor".
Encontraron muerto
un sujeto en la playa
de Paitilla ayer dgo.
Ayer fu encontrado muerto
en la playa de Paitilla el seor
Bernardo Rulz, de 41 aos de e-
dad, siendo conducido a la Mor-
gue del hospital Santo Toms
para la autopsia de rigor.
Las autoridades policiales es-
tn Investigando el caso para
establecer la causa de la muer-
te del 8r. Ruiz y asimismo po-
der aclarar si se trata de un.
suicidio, homicidio o muerte na-
tural.
El Dr. Francisco Gonzlez R.
tambin afirma que la Corte
debe juzgar a los Ex-Ministros
El Dr. Francisco Gonzlez
Ruiz, ha declarado que "muJms
saben que segn el articulo 74
ce la Ley 81 de 1048, la Corte
Suprema de Justicia conoce
primitivamente" y en "unas so
a instancia" de las "causas por
delitos o faltas cometidas po>
los Ministros de Estado'.
Luego agrega que, "en la pr-
rroga de competencia prevista
en el Codljo Judicial se contem-
pla solamente el caso de la po-
sible intervencin de los Trio .-
tales de Derecho Comn, es de-
cir de los tribunales ordinarios,
y no la de tribunales de excep-
cin".
Para finalizar el distinguido
jurisconsulto dice: "Debo ob&ir-
rar que los trminos emp ca-
das por el articulo 74 antes li-
tado habla de que la corte co-
nocer primitivamente" en o-
tras palabras, "tiene competen-
cia privativa", que es la que e-
lerce un tribunal en determina-
,'o negocio con obsoluta exclu-
sin de otro (articulo 238 de la
ey 81 de 1948).
El Dr. Gonzlez Ruiz coincide
en sus puntos de vista, con >n=
olegas. Lie Galileo Solis y Ve.
crenzo Hincapi, cuyas opinio-
ns publicamos en dias pasados
Probablemente el
gobierno sovitico
rechace invitacin
MOSC, junio 4. (UP).
Los observadores diplomticos
occidentales expresa ron la
creencia de que el Gobierno So-
vitico probablemente rechaco
la invitacin de Estados Uni-
dos, Gran Bretaa y Francia
para asistir a la conferencia de
Ministros de Relaciones Exte-
riores de los Cuatro Grandes
que deber celebrarse en Wash-
ington el 23 de Julio.
Las notas entregadas aqu en
el Ministerio de Relaciones Ex-
teriores y en Paris al Delega-
do Andrei Gromyko no causa-
ron sorpresa, pues sus lineas
generales ya se conocan en los
circuios diplomtico* occidenta-
les hace algunos dias.
Los observadores occidentales
subrayaron que Gromyko, en la
conferencia de Paris ya ha re-
chazado las bases del orden del
dia sugeridas por los aliados on
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El Ejercicio de la Oposicin
Bajo este mismo ttulo U Estrella de Pana-
m de hoy hace algunos comentarios en torno al
problema del militarismo comenzando por expresar
en su primer prrafo, entre otras coats que "las
manifestaciones del Comandante Primer Jefe de la
Polica Nacional, son lo bastante categricas y ex-
plcitas para llegar a la definitiva conclusin de
que quien tiene hoy bajo su mando directo la Fuer-
za Pblica de la Nacin se mantiene en ese cargo
por expresa voluntad del Sr. Presidente de la Re-
pblica."
Junto con la conclusin aludida, el pueblo pa-
nameo llega a otra que nadie puede negar que exis-
te en la intimidad de la conciencia de cada ciuda-
dano, la continuidad del militarismo en el pas. Y
a esta ltima conclusin se llega fcilmente porque
Us circunstancias demuestran con claridad meridia-
na que a pesar de los hechos de que se ha dejado
constancia, en varios escritos publicados la sema-
na pasada, sigue al frente de la Fuerza Pblica
como si en Panam no hubiese ocurrido nada, el
Jefe que se cree insustituible.
De igual manera en el extranjero tendrn ba-
se suficiente para seguir creyendo que Pana-
m tiene su "amo" porque no se d<*e olvidar que
hoy da la civilizacin ha unido tanto a nuestros
pueblos que stos conocen la realidad de todos y
cada uno de ellos. No hay que creer que la opinin
pblica internacional es tan ingenua para no darse
cuenta que la inamovilidad de un Jefe Militar que
ha provocado la situacin aludida se debe nica y
exclusivamente a motivos fciles de identificar por
su fisonoma muy tpica y conocida en los pueblos
latinoamericanos que han sufrido en otras ocasio-
nes o que sufren en la actualidad las consecuencias
del imperio de las bayonetas.
Quedar, pues, en el nimo de la comunidad
el sentido, bien de satisfaccin o bien de depre-
sin, por el hecho de que se reafirmen los tentcu-
los del militarismo en el pas. La alternativa de
satisfaccin o de depresin mental depender, des-
de luego del concepto que cada persona tenga de los
principios democrticos.
Y quedar asimismo para cada panameo la
oportunidad de demostrar complacencia o de sen-
tir profundo dolor por la conviccin a que ha lle-
gado el Continentemantenida por todos los dia-
rios y revistas de circulacin mundialde que Pa-
nama est sometida a la voluntad de un "amo."
Publicamos en seguida el tex-
to del editorial del diarlo ha-
blado "Democracia", que dice
asi:
El derecho de disentir es uno
de los mas nobles en cuanto
que le permite a las personas
expresar libremente sus convic-
ciones filosficas polticas, o re-
ligiosas. La oposicin precisa-
mente se funda en este prin-
cipio que las leyes y costum-
bres han erigido en uno de los
ms firmes y fuertes soportes
del sistema democrtico.
En nuestro concepto la opo-
sicin es una manera de ser-
vicio pblico y de au accin ca-
si siempre derivan los pueblos
fecundas y provechosas con-
secuencias. Los gobiernos de-
mocrticos se distinguen de los
totalitarios en que los prime-
ros Consienten la oposicin y
la rodean de garantas y loe
segundos la prohiben y sancio-
nan.
En la Alemania d Hitler, la
Italia de Mussolini, la Rusia
Sovitica, la oposicin fue pros-
crita de las costumbres polti-
cas y se estableci el ominoso
imperio del partido nico. Quie-
nes no estaban con el gobier-
no no tenan el derecho al pan.
ni al trabajo, ni a la propia
vida. Se les fumigaba como
si se tratara de Insectos vene-
nosos. Sin embargo, el largo pe-
riodo de dominacin de los dic-
tadores no contribuy a mo-
dificar el pensamiento y la con-
ciencia del pueblo, al cual ae
le pudo prohibir qoe expresara
sus ideas y ejerciera sus dere-
chos, pero no se le pudo hacer
comulgar con las despticas te-
sis que humillan la dignidad
humana y contraran los prin-
cipios y fundamentos de la ci-
vilizacin cristiana.
Es curioso observar que des-
pus de los 20 aos de domi-
nacin fascista, el propio da
de la muerte trgica de Mus-
solini en Miln, hicieran su a-
parlcln en la vida poltica de
Italia nueve millones de comu-
nistas. Lo que demuestra plena
y totalmente la ineficacia de
los sistemas totalitarios y su
impotencia para matar las
ideas.
En Colombia la oposicin
siempre ha tenido una singular
importancia nacional. No slo
por las ventajas que el pals ha
derivado de las honradas cri-
ticas a la gestin oficial, sino
porque casi todas nuestras
grandes figuras han influido
desde la oposicin de una mar
era extraordinaria en la orien-
tacin de los destmos naciona-
les. Muchas veces se ha afir-
mado que la oposicin no es
otra coaa, que un gobierno en
receso. La reforma del ao 10,
que sirvi Dar pacificar los es-
pritus y darle a pals cuaren-
ta aos ininterrumpidos de paz,
Por ALDOR
fue el fruto de las inteligen-
tes gestiones del partido de la
oposicin.
La oposicin no slo ha In-
fluido en la vida nacional por
laa enseanzas que de ellas de-
rivan los gobiernos, sino tam-
bin por las limitaciones que
establece para la realizacin de
determinados actos de poder.
La oposicin en las democra-
cias no puede considerarse co-
mo un Infortunio para sus
miembros, sino ms bien como
una oportunidad para emular
con el partido de gobierno en
el servicio de la Repblica.,
Concretamente: a los liberales;
no nos aterra estar en la opo- :
slcin.
Nos parece que las cosas se
aclararan mucho si el pais pu-
diera asistir tranquilo y civili-
zadamente al libre Juego de los
partidos. Que el partido que es-
t en el gobierno desarrolle su
accin Ubre del temor de la
acechanza y que el de la opo-
sicin pueda expresar la tota-
lidad de su pensamiento sobre
los problemas nacionales. Los
recortes a la libertad son tan
contraproducentes como los a-
tentados contra la seguridad
interior del Estado. Hay que
salir del circulo vicioso de que
el gobierno le tema a la opo-
sicin y sta se prevenga contra
el gobierno.
Nosotros distinguimos clara-:
mente entre el concepto de sub-'
versin y el de oposicin. Com-
prendemos que ningn gobierno
pueda consentir o tolerar la
primera, pero nos negamos a .
considerar como buena y pro- ;
vechosa la poltica que tienda
a eliminar la segunda.
81 contemplamos la historia
de Colombia y hacemos una mi-
rada retrospectiva, fcilmente
podemos observar que alterna-
tivamente los dos partidos han
ejercido el mando y han esta-
do en la oposicin, sin que nin-
guno considerara deshonroso o
ultrajante no estar permanen-
temente revestido con los ata-
vos de la autoridad. Insisto en
que los liberales no tenemos
en los actuales momentosv otra
ambicin inmediata que la de
ejercer el derecho de disentir.
En nuestra condicin de de-
mcratas Irreductibles conside-
raciones que la tranquilidad re-
nace plenamente cuando los
partidos puedan libremente
cumplir las tareas propias de
En la lnea del paralelo 3 Mao Tte Tung, le dice a Stalin: Temo que el combustible
humano no nos d para ma, si seguimos obstinados en crasa* esta seal para nosotros desas-
trosa._________;_______. -
Wallace no volver
a ser candidato a
puesto de eleccin
NUEVA YORK, Junto 4., (UP)
Henry A. Wallace, quien a*
separ de los Republicanos pri-
mero, luego de los Demcratas,
y ms tarde de su propio Par-
tido Progresista, declar que no
volver a ser candidato a una
posicin electiva de gobierno.
Dijo Wallace: "La poltica,
como tal, ba dejado de Inte-
resarme. No tengo aspiracio-
nes. No tengo absolutamente*
ningn proyecto poltico".
Declar en la entrevista qua-
nt siquiera le Interesaba ha-
blar sobre la posibilidad qua
surgiera una candidatura inde-
pendiente suya, como aspirant a
a la presidencia en las eleccio-
nes de 1952.
Wallace rompi con los pro-
gresistas cuando la Invasin da
sur-Corea por los comunistas.
El. ex-vIce-Presidente de Esta-
dos Unidos acus a Rusia ca-
tegricamente, en julio de 1990,
como responsable de esa gue-
rra y renancl del partido Pro-
gresista como Jefe, cuando los
dirigentes de la organizacin
rehusaron seguir su ejemplo.
Wallace declar que sigua
manteniendo la actitud que a-
suml el ao pasado respecto
a-la agresin comunista.
Los Comunistas y DeGaullistas
libran "la batalla de la cola'-
ror GAULT MacGOWAN
(NAJ.A.)
ESTRASBURGO, (EPS) .Mi-
les de franceses estn reunin-
dose en secreto una vea a la
semana y a medianoche en to-
das las ciudades y pueblos de
Francia para realizar tareas po-
lticas clandestinas que tienen
que estar terminadas antes del
amanecer en anticipacin de las
prximas elecciones.
Estas tareas consisten bien en
pintar gritos de eombate en
las paredes, desafiando las or-
denanzas municipales, o en pe-
gar carteles en las tablillas de
avisos pblicos, sin pagar lo
que cuesta dicho privilegio.
Alrededor de la mitad de los
cumplir las tareas propias de dedicados a estas actividades
la oposicin que ocupan en la siguen instrucciones de la ra-
politlca. El uno gobernando y dio del Kremlin; los dems pi-
el otro exponiendo sus planes guen las que proceden de la
y programas para qu la opl-1 pequea aldea de ColomDey
nlh favorezca con su confian*- donde reside el general onaries
?.a al que en su concepto pue-tde Oaalle en las vegas del Mar-
da sentir mejor los intereses aa- kit.
Desafan las ordenanzas del
Municipio y pintan letreros
de combate en las paredes
CoiuO es&3 actividades son ilegales, no pueden pedir
proteccin policial y dirimen sus diferencias
a puo limpio
REFRESQESE
tomando
grados de la Nacin.
Parecen utpicas nuestras fr-
mulas, pero tan solo son de-
mocrticas".
Los conflictos entre los dos
grupos opuestos son frecuentes
porque ambos encuentran sus
carteles cubiertos o estropea-
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sm Ixual"
Es Barato v Efectivo
AVISO DE CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
diez en punto de la maana del da 12 de Junio del ao
en curso, por el suministro de LOZA para uso del Hospital
Santo Toms.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los Interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam. 23 tie Mayo de 1951.
Leticia \ n nisinl
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
El buen
automovilista
mira antes
de
RETROCEDER
ADQUIERA TODO LO QUE NECESITE
PARA SU HOGAR EN
CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
Juegos de CUBIERTOS
LAMPARAS de pie y d>
mesa.
OLLAS de presin
"Tempo".
y muchos artculos ms!
Avenida Central 91
dos por los adversarios, a me-
nos que se mantenga una guar-
dia para protegerlos.
Toda vez que dichas activi-
dades son Ilegales, ninguno de
los lados puede apelar a la po-
lica para que los proteja; asi
pues, las diferencias se dirimen
a puo limpio Cualquier indi-
viduo que refute gravemente
herido se convSttte en un mr-
tir del partida
En una ocasin en que un In-
dividuo llamado Pablo, con un
montn de dinero ganado a
las cartas ante si, se excus de
la partida alrededor de las on-
ce de la noche, nadie orotest
"Tiene que Ir a encolar", su-
surr, el que estaba sentado
al lado mi. Poco despus omos
el rugido de una motocicleta
cuando Pablo parta para la ci-
ta con sus compaeros.
Encolar o empapelar es el tr-
: mino usado generalmente para
describir estos esfuerzos en fa-
vor de partidos polticos, con
miras a las elecciones que ten-
drn lugar en junio y que pro-
meten ser la contienda ms a-
calorada desde la terminacin
de la guerra.
' El que esto escribe asisti
a una de estas expediciones. El
grupo sale de su escondite con
todo el sigilo da una Incursin
multar. Unos escuchas guan a
lot componentes del' grupo que
llevan los carteles y los potes
de engrudo, y se colocan cen-
tinelas en todas las vas de ac-
ceso, mientras los encargados
de pegar los carteles llevan a
cabo su labor.
En una experiencia emocio-
nase la Thz t. Col. )
Le guata ... ie ca bien ...
La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
Alivio instantneo \
de la picazn
La notable efloacle del naceentc
Xoitnt aliviar laa tarteras 4* la>
picazn ha aumentado taato ra da-
manda qua ahora aa encuentra de
venta an laa principales farmacias.
Ta rio hay razn para, qae nadie su-
fra a cauaa da Irrltaelonee da la pial
pues con Unganlo Koaana eUsalam
al malaatar y se dtsfrnta al placer
da taar una epidemia aana. Pon
anticua y rave qMa saa la dolaa>o4a.
baatara aplicara oa pooo dal n-
Cento Koaana para obtener rapid*
alivio. Da un remedio tcualaaante
afleas para los casos asms rebeldes
de barros, eccema, sarpullido, llacea,
arupolones y dems enfermedades de
la piel. Obtncase ea escalda me
frasco de Ungento Koaana en cual-
quiera farmacia. La primara apiles
-ion aliviar! Instantneamente te
loaron mas Intensa.
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lacero que se pot en el hogar iluminndolo de ilusin y que re a su madre
con rer de ojos dulces, queriendo, en un agitar de manilas de azucena,
saltar a tu regalo. Capullito tierno como flor silvestre que se estremece
bajo el peso de las mariposas; esplendoroso de salud y bello igual que
un amanecer.
Sus dos madrecitaa, la que le dio el divino soplo de la vida y el hada
bienhechora del LACTOGENO, lo van guiando por firme camino hacia
aa prometedora existencia que empieza a florecer.
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LA LaCHI MAS l&MIJANTI A LA LICH1 MATfINA


LUNES. JUNIO 4, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAOINA TRRfl
La capacidad de las refineras es
esencial en el problema petrolero
Por Johm C. Henry
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, junio 4.
(EPS) Uno de los aspectos
ms ierlos del problema petro-
lero en el Cercano Oriente es
el que se refiere a la capaci-
dad de las refineras.
En nmeros redondos, el
mundo Ubre est consumiendo
actualmente alrededor de once
millones de barriles de petr-
leo refinado al da. Con la ex-
pansin de las industrias de
defensa occidentales este con-
sumo est creciendo rpida-
mente El estallido de una nue-
va guerra mundial acelerara
extraordinariamente la deman-
da de este codiciado producto!
De la cifra mencionada, las
refineras del Cercano Oriente
suministran unos 970.000 barri-
les diarlos. Abadn. establecida
por la AnRlo-Iranlan Oil Com-
pany, es la mayor refinera del
mundo entero, con una cana-
cidad de 550.000 barriles dia-
rlos, o sea el cinco por cien-
to del consumo mundial. Esta
refinera est trabajando ahora
a plena capacidad, despus de
varias semanas de censura de-
Rusia da largas a los Cancilleres
en espera de los resultados de la
guerra que se desarrolla en Corea
tren victoriosos en Corea, los que Oromyko pueda salir alro'
rusos se sentirn cada vez ms [so de la reunin de cancilla*,
preocupados por la forma en res.
El inundo libre consume unos
once millones d barriles
de Petrleo refinado al da
i
estallido de una nueva guerra mundial acele-
rara extraordinariamente la demanda
de este codiciado producto
Por Jay G. Hayden
(NANAI
loa estados rabes suspendi el
envi del petr jleo producido por I
g&ta Estados unidos exs- I^^S ffi^UX.
S "uirt? 35.55? as. -,k:ps ?as
dianos. De esta cifra hay que '"_Mon ....,,. Dara susnen-
.educir la de 550.000 barriles, dUef ^f nUuldadli"In"oSea.
por razones tcnicas, quedando u demoras que los rusos po-
.aldo efectivo de 8,400.0001 I ft pactada reunin
de ministros de relaciones ex-
saldo electivo
barriles diarlos.
,.Sra a ride ,ama ,re" terloes'de los Cuatro Grandes:
Sftf ?2 rede..rd0S.* tres; Estados Unidos, Gran Bretaa.
para su construccin, que UnWn htica y Francia.
consume una considerable can-
tidad de afcero, un artculo a-
hora difcil de obtener. La Esso
Petroleum Company, que es una
Aunque la cuestin de Corea
no es mencionada en la agen-
da de esta reunin que ha
venido siendo preparada por,por Gromyko. como uno de los
do alto por una nueva reunin '
de los cancilleres de los Cuatro
Grandes.
Las pot encas occidentales
han estado siempre dispuestas
a incluir en la agenda cualquier i
cuestin que alguno de los de- ',
legados quiera proponer. Todas
las disputas y dificultades han {
sido ocasionadas por el htenlo
de los rusos para que se acep-
ten por anticipado sus puntos
de vista, rechazando al mismo
tiempo de plano todo lo que
parezca critica de la poltica y
las accione* comunistas.
El. Pacta del Atlntico fue
por primera vez
men
Pact del
clonado poi
Acabamos
de recibir

COPAS
helados
frutas
vinos
VASOS
cocktail
highball Juros
coca-cola
bldas a las dificultades creadas refinera, aunque fuera por po- !?J>si']iar{a,lld,* '* standa'd oll< cerca de "tres meses"por los de- |temas qu deban Incluirse en
pro" legados de los ministros nln- la
por la decisin del gobierno Ira-
nio de nacionalizar el petrleo.
La importancia mundial de
esta refinera pudo apreciarse
en Nueva York unas pocas ho-
ras despus de haber sido ce-
rrada, cuando los excedentes
normales de cerca de siete mi-
llones de barriles de petrleo
refinado fueron consumidos r-
pidamente.
SI la crisis angio-iranla ac-
tual cerrara nuevamente esa
TEATRO CENTRAL
HOY PRESENTA HOY
a las 9 p.m.
"UN ESTRENO SORPRESIVO"
UNA SUPERPRODUCCIN RKO RADIO!
co tiempo, no habra forma de
reemplazar el petrleo que ella
suministra. Y si la crisis se
extendiera a otro puntos del
Cercano Oriente, como algunos
temen, el problema se intensifi-
cara enormemente
Aparte de Abadn. las prin-
cipales refineras de petrleo si-
tuadas en esa regln son las
de la isla Bahrein, en el Gol-
fo Prsico, y la de Ras Tanura,
en la Arabia Saudita, ambas
controladas por empresas nor-
teamericanas. La primera tie-
ne un acapaeldad de 185.000 ba-
rriles dla'rlos, la seeunda- pro-
duce 170.000 barriles. A pesar
de que el gobierno de Irn re-
clama la Isla Bahrein como te-
rritorio persa, se considera que,
por lo menos por ahora, am-
bas plantas estn a salvo de
la presente fiebre nacionalista
Seguimos desempacando
Nuevos...
TRAJES
BLUSAS
CARTERAS
n unido variado
Vea la ltima novedad
en BLUSAS
las famosas
2.95
LA PARISIN
Avenida Cantral 113-----Panam
Iraq, aunque produce mucho
petrleo, no tiene refineras im-
portantes. En Egipto'hay una
que tiene capacidad para reti-
nar cuarenta mil barriles dia-
rios: en Kuwali e reflnan vein-
te mil y en el Lbano cinco
mil. En Haifa, Israel, existe otra
refinera que tiene una capaci-
dad de ochenta y cinco mil- ba-
rriles, pero que ha estado ce-
rrada desde que la guerra- con
nglaterra. que costar ms de
len millones de dlares,
construccin se Inici en
julio i
. agenda, tres semanas des- .
u .,ntubIe ^"Rna conferencia de tal indo- i pues de haberse reunido loa |
rJ?,rfUC 0n d u,na'le Podr avanzar mucho sin delegadas de los cancilleres, y
i Fawley.; tratar de ja guerra desatada cuatro meses despus de haber
por la agresin comunista en hablado los rusos a favor de
Corea. '* reunin de stos.
Ciertamente, si Rusia est El tema en que ms lntere-
. tH i Pf? J contilelones | dispuesta a proponer una tre- sados parecan los rusos hasta
mndwles obligaron a suspen- en el pelelo 38. como lo hace dos meses era el proyec-
^n^eilneVa Z^ elertos circulos sue";t0 norteamericano para adml-
mii hru rtifSin. a clen eos la semana pasada, una re-, tlr a un gran numero de ale-
mil barriles diarlos. |unln de *,nlstros de relacio-imanes en el ejrcito occidental
Otra refinera ms nenuen !"" exterior de los Cuatro Gran- comandado por Elsenhower. Pe-
vaa serTonstrud^or ffita ">" **J indicado oara rp los observadores estiman que
rlcan Vacuum Oil Company, Itralar del Hrob,e.ma l* aJ,in
tambin en Inglaterra. Actual- Bretaa y Francia han ped do
mente las refineras existentes repetidas veces que se resta- __
a liproducen un total S 1M ooo blezca el status quo anterior a Porque ahora es patente que la
barriles ti nueva-s plaVtaffi 1 Kra, y de parte.de los, Inclusin de alemanes entre las
Rusia ha perdido entusiasmo
Dor la reunin, desde que este |
tema pas a segundo plano.
aumentarn a 300,000.
Estados Unidos, hasta el gene- i fuerzas de Eisenhower ha sido
ral MacArtfiur, en su declara- archivada por largo tiempo.
La produccin de las otras j clon de marzo que se dl|o se aunque los rusos no pa-
receras del mundo no comu- anticip a una ,maJ if^!a.cion recerTestar muyurgidos por la
nista es. en nmeros redondos.'de Truman, pareci dispuesto a .^en d^l*rmdey lM*negociaclo-
la siguiente: Curazao y Aru- aceptar una tregua en el men- ---------"i
clonado paralelo tambin.
La reunin de los delegados
de Ids cancilleres aqu ha es-
1 RASGUOS
en
ba. 500,000 barriles diarios:
Francia, 363,000: Canad, 340.-
000; Venezuela. 285,000; Mxico.
W.OOO; Indonesia v posesiones!'"do prcticamente en suspen-
holandesas del Oriente, 167,000; > desde hace dos semanas. des-
Alemania occidental, 112,000; de que tos tres representantes
Italia, 102.000; Holanda, 97.500; I>1 Occidente se unieron para
jaDn 475 000 presentar un virtual ultimtum
Por contraste, los pases s-1' repreaenAnte 'sovitico, An-
tuados detrs de la Cortina dejdret Gromyko.
Hierro, reflnan diariamente I un punto-sobresaliente en las
850.000 barriles de petrleo, pro-' discusiones de ese momento fue
pedente de los yacimientos de la Insistencia de los rusos, de
Rusia. Rumania, Polonia, Hun-! hacer del Pacto del Atlntico
gra y Checoeslovaquia. una de las "causas de tension .
sin mencionar en cambio el
i rearme de Rusia y de sus sa-
tlites, a due el Occidente ha
estado refirindose continua- j
mente. ...
En una declaracin hecha el,
10 de abril, caracterizando la
nosicin rusa de "afrentosa", el,
Secretario de Estado Acheson
manifest que la suspensin del |
programa de armamentos occl-
rleptal era un orelo demasla-
Ivita una infaccian. |*rotjasc!
Cubra la parta atorrad* can
BAND-ITA
VINDITAS
ADHMIVAS

MAHC s|silT*(i*
Los Cigarrillos CAMEL
presentan de lunes a viernes
a las 7:15 de la noche
GASES EN EL
ESTMAGO
nes. es aparente que tampoco
desean cargar con la respon-
sabilidad de terminar con ellas.
Y los delegados occidentales,
por su parte, parecen tambin
dispuestos a seguir esperando,
antes que dar oportunidad al
Kremlin de que culpe al occi-
dente del fracaso de las nego-
ciaciones.
En estos momentos, no hay
duda de que su actitud es la
ms acertada, en vista del rum-
bo de los acontecimientos en
Corea. Ahora se tiene la Im-
presin, cada vez, mayor, de
que el prximo movimiento de-
ben hacerlo los comunistas y
que mientras stos no se mus-
JARRAS
para
diferentes
usos
todos en color verde...
por plecas o por juego*
\LUMINIO MARTILLADO
Bandejas
vasos a Ensaladeras
para pan a
Cacerolas a Porta-
Bandejas
Candelabros.
para LA COCINA
Batidores Coladeras a Cu-
charas de sopa Peladores de
papa Abridores de lata a Cu-
chillos de cocina y para pan a
Juegos de vidrio para azcar,
harinas, caf. etc.
POTES para flores, diferentes colorea
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CANASTAS para ropa sucia
Esmaltadas en
Celeste Blanco Rosado
CUBOS para hervir paales
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATT: Y CA.
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Panam
VCaOS CASO. DI palpita-
Cloras son causados
POR LOS GASKS
La pr.Bli. oe..loriada por fu
n 1 ultmifo no .Alo produce
nua.u y ran malaatar. alno qua
rmulta perjudicial an mucho, ra-
aoa.
I aooauSa 4* oomar el eitonaco
a. atenta Inflamado o hay una a.n-
aaolsa da praalon, dificultad al
do I
reaplrar y
region del
corajon. ae puede decir que la
aoldea del eet6mao ratA creando
-.. que al aaoender hoc* pr.elon
contra el corazn tata ea fre-
cuenteaieate la rain da la difi-
cultad en la reaplraclAn y los
aaudoa dolorea que a alenten
Sea la per.on. Joven o entrada
en aftoi, la formacin de gas en al
eatAmaro ea un ilnioma penoao
iue demanda Inmediata y culda-
do.a atracloa.. -".;
Para llbrarae de eate ca pronto,
para limpiar el e.tdmaao y neu-
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ea necearlo Da prAetlcamenta
allTlo In.tnnlineo
T'atedea encontrarn NKtTTRA-
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macia* en forma de polvo. Cues-
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mdlcoa.
iNo DUERME Bien-
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POsTrUM hoy miirno y
disfrute de un guefio
tranquilo!
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rr
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ES UNA GRAN REALIDAD
Comprar lo que necesita para su hogar referente a muebles o artefactos
domsticos al contado es muy difcil, pero adqu.nrios por j *
nuestro sistema de club, entregndoselos al momento de auKnbine.
resulta un gran alivio pagarlos en pequeas cuotas con la oportunidad
de ganar cada semana lo que hemos enviado a su casa.
Nuestro Club es el que tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
soumentTmuebles Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
SOCIOS QUE HAN SIDO FAVORECIDOS
EN JUNIO 3 DE 1951:
Seor DAVID B. SHAW-Calle EsteCuatro ltan-
"t comerciales d. 70txl. de seis lonas. Ganadas
con 1 semana.
Seor MARCOS A. ARJONA-Barriada Vista Hern.0-
a No. 307On reloj con pulsera para hombre y
un par de aretes. Ganados con Z semanas.
Seor. FALA DE RpGNONI-PaltUIa, Chalet- Un
lote de mercaderas Tarias. Ganado con se-
manas.
Seora OLIVIA G. Tda. de ZUSIGA-Calle 11 Este
No. Un estante cmoda de 5 gavetas, con
espejos. Ganado con 12 semanas.
Seora CARMEN SAVAL DE ZUIIGA-Calle Ha. No.
6Un estante de tres cuerpos para nio y una
alfombra Dominion. Ganados con 12 semanas.
Seor BENITO ARBOLEDAAre "A" No. ftpRI* bi-
cicleta, en color celeste eon rueda de 21 Ganada
con 13 semanas.
Seorita DORIS YOUNG17 Central. N. 13Una vi-
trina licorera y dos poltronas taplsadas en color
rojo. Ganadas con. 13 semanas.
Seor JOSE FELIX ADAMES-Calle "P". Casa Capira
No. 3Una cama doble de caoba, ba misada en
jaspe naranja con su colchn y spring de resor-
tes. Ganada con 15 semanas.
Seorita NATALIA HARRISONVa B. Porras. No.
212Una lmpara de cristal murano en color
rosado. Ganada con 24 semanas.
X. X. __ Una hebilla de oro con sus respectivas ini-
ciales en estilo angosto. Ganada con 27 semanas.
X. X. Un radio marca Regal de cinco tubos. Ga-
nado con 24 semanas.
Seorita GILMA R. MONTANEZCalle del Cemente-
rio No. UUna mesa esmaltada con cuatro silla,
tapizada* en cuero rojo, y un gabinete grande
para cocina. Ganados con 39 semanas.
Seorita ISABEL DE PINZNCalle 13 Oeste No. S4
Un colchn de resortes marra Beauty-Rest para
cama doble. Ganado con 51 semanas.
Seor AGUSTN ALVAREZ A.Calle Victoriano Lo-
renso No. 9Un estante de dos cuerpos con espe-
m interno^, barnizado en color jaspe naranja,
lanado con 55 semanas.
JUEGOS DE RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA SALA
JUE008 DE LIVING.
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELTOS.
f

LOS FELICITAMOS
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava-
doras, Mquinas de Coser,
Mquinas de escribir. Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
paras residenciales, Archiva
dores. Estufas para fas. Col.
chones, Linleos, Alfombras,
Bicicletas de las mejores
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyera y Platera.
Juegos de Cubiertos Vajillas,
Cristalera, Artculos para re-
galos.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y '
ARTCULOS DE joyera.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro artculo desde
diez balboas en adelante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
Reparamos Radios ds
cualquier marca.
Estregamos la mercadera al momento de suscribirse, envindola a so casa.
2 OPORTHMDAPES DE GANAR CON L'N SOLO CLUB
Adems del nmero que elija RECALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENE
OPCIN A GANARSE, 1 Juego de Recmara o Comedor completos, que obsequia-
mos SEMANALMENTE a nuestros suscriptores.
CASA SPORT, S. A.
Mueblera Ferretera Artculos de Casa
Jovera Platera Objeto- para Regalo
(Ave. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera (Antigua Ferretera Duque)
El mrito de nuestro Club es reconocido por miles de hogares en toda la Repblica,
FILIAL: La industrial Maderera. 8. A Depsitos de maderas. Fbrica tJUurtjea ""^
Puertas Ventanas. Marcos v Molduras para construcciones. Vitrinas de mostrador para
comercio. Se ejecuta cualquier trabajo dentro del ramo con la tcnica de unos sesenta obre-
ros especializados t mas de 15 aos de experiencia. ._.
Ase. Sur. Relleno de Barraza Fren'e al Centro Escolar Amador Guerrero Te!.


PAGINA CUATRO
ti. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INUKPINUIKNTB
LUNES, /UNI 4. 1M1
Suspende el Dr. Prieto las Caravanas Areas
eJLa 1)
nena
t,
icn
Un jefvico del Instituto de Nutrition de C Amarice Pname
Protenas: Su papel en la nutricin
humana
Las protenas son los princi-
pales contribuyentes de tocKs
las plantas y ae todos los teji-
dos del organismo animal, oin
los constituyentes esenciales 6*1
Siotoplasma y del ncleo celu-
ir y constituyentes orgnicos
del tejido muscular y glandular.
Las protenas estn formabas
de los componentes llamados -
eidos aminados que por ser mo-
lculas ms pequeas puecen
pasar al torrents circulatorio
ruando las protenas han sido
digeridas. Cuando los cidos a-
ninados han pasado a la san-
gre ran a reemplazar o a cons-
truir las protenas del plasma y
de las clulas
Los cidos aminados se dife-
rencian en su estructura qumi-
ca pero unos y otros son'Igua-
les en su calidad. Sin embargo
algunos de ellos son llamados a-
cldos aminados esenciales debi-
do a que el organismo no puede
formarlos en suficiente cantiiiad
tiendo Indispensable para man-
tener la vida y para el erg:i-
soienlo.
Ninguna protena es exacta-
mente igual a otra pues la cali-
dad de ellas depende de la pre-
sencia de cada uno de esos ci-
dos aminados esenciales en can-
i.dades adecuadas.
Entre los alimentos que tie-
nen proteina de buena calidad
estn en primer trmino la car-
ne y los huevos y en general
todas Us protenas procedentes
de fuente animal. Mientras que
las protenas de fuente vegetal
cendales como discutiremos
ms tarde de las proteinas del
maz y otros cereales que se
consideran de baja calidad.
Afortunadamente la mayora
de los alimentos no contienen
una sola proteina sino una mez-
cla de proteinas, une de lo*
cuales puede suplir las delicia.-
cas de Jai otras. Adems el
Hombre se nutre de una varie-
dad de alimentos, y las defi-
ciencia* de una pueden es-.?-
compensad ss con otro; ota
mezcla tendr mejor efecto en
li> nutricin-
- CRUCIGRAMA -
43
40
49
HORIZONTALES:
1Ceremonia nupcial
5Demostrativo
8Estrujas
12Aceptar la herencia
13Terminacin
14Vaso de diversas formas
y usos
15 Del verbo renacer
17Letra griega. Pl.
IINaturales de Irn
19Ave de rapia
JlAdverbio de cantidad
S2Del verbo mirar
J3Ciudad de Italia
5Mdico, familiarmente
18Personaje bblico, incestuoso
JOPelos sobre los arcos de los
ojos
JlPlanta hortense
2Sistemas de poleas
compuestas
14Tirante
5Crculos o redondeles
18Hermana.
|7Empezar a mostrarse
alguna cosa
Ei PatN DUe la MtrMrUs*
PICAZN
40Carbonato de cal natural
48Juez civil turco
44Montaas de Italia
46Alero
47Apcope de Norte
43Alimento providencial
48Flojo, suelto
HC^-Remuevo la tierra con el
arado
51Agarraderas
'. M* r.eala de un mtm.
, jee hora quede obienerae n lai
. rariaaciaa a un coato nfimo aua
amia afleas irialanta 4e
"'r*"' i pitl qua al
) B4n otro rme4lo r
.*' calla .mieeptlco na
!r i^0,!.nv la rP' clon .la llacaa y b.rldaa alao aua
eroporclena rpido ahvl. y proa"
Meatrlaacloni 4a 4ie.. clacota.
ab<(..oa y lera. Su aecIBa an
la enfermedad, rulan... muy
VERTICALES:
1Ciudad de Italia
2Ro de Alemania
3Explosivo
4Trampaa, embuste
5 Letra castellana. Pl.
Tratamiento ingls
7Naturales de Anm
8El mis famoso de los
pintores griegos
8 Baile tipleo espaol
10Amarran
11Cerebro
18Isla griega del Egeo
20Marcharas
22Guapos de Sevilla
23Extremidad de las aves
24Preposicin. Inv. .
25 Yerba medicinal antillana
26Piedras semipreclosas
27Nosotros
2&Ondulacin de las aguas
del mar
30Substancia con la cual
fabrican las abejas las
celdillas
33Nombre de varn
34Departamento de Colombh.
36Apcope de santo
37Canoa mexicana
38Pieza principal de una casa
38Composiciones potica*
40Nada
41Regin
42-Igual al 51 horizontal
84Preposicin.
EL COMISARIATO TAGAROPULOS, S.A.
se complace en enunciar a su disinjuida clientela
que acabe de recibir lae siguientes mercancas:
Sirope Italiano ra batetas "OEZATA MOTTA'. AMARAN A
SaUminito "Miln" (italiano legitime).
Salami Extra Miln" (italiana legitime).
Salami Tupa- Mortadela ita'iana).
Sardina en sal "Sicilian",
Filetee de aarbois portuguesas en Utas de 18 es. y l\'% es.
sk xw.R,m'.r. te: msr*,!* *
Acs**** preparadas er frasco* "KU Rita".
Paejseensial griece en frase** de 1 Ib.
Pietaehlai NnU de 1 I, v V, Ib.
Blugour (Trigo molido).
Oficina
abierta
de Seguridad ser
en Chitr muy pronto
Tambin es posible
que se instale una
en La Chorrera
El Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia est contemplando la
creacin de una Oficina de Se-
guridad en la ciudad de chi-
tr, como resultado de una so-
licitud enviada al Ministerio por
las autoridades bombernes de
eju ciudad.
La creacin de una oficina de
esta naturales.-, se impone por
ratones de seguridad, entre las
cuales se cuentan las siguien-
te*: El uso desordenado de ex-
plosivo* e inflamables en rea*
de la poblacin; las psimas
condiciones de las instalaciones
electrices, muchas veces hecha*
por persona* Inexpertas y la
necesidad de tomar ciertas mt
did** preventivas urgentes pa-
ra ries de seguridad.
La labor combativa del Cuer-
po de Bomberos, creado hace
diez y seis aos, debe ser com-
pletada con una labor preven-
tiva de la Oficina de Seguri-
dad, dice en su Informe el Je-
fe del Cuerpo de Bomberos de
Chitr, y aade que dicha ofi-
cina de Seguridad debe ser
creada de acuerdo con lo que
seala el articulo 50 de la Ley
81 de 1841.
En la dudad de David exis-
te una Oficina de Seguridad
provisional y hay pendientes so-
licitudes para la creacin de
la oficina de seguridad de Chi-
tr y de La Chorrera.
NORMAS
Tea Corresponsales deber*!
ceirse Is* ms desapasiona
da arales periodsticas. Oebei
enviar al patJedice los asunto
y noticias mi* Interesantes au
afecten a la comunidad En ab
esleto trata aaa Marta
nidad pata asee determinad.
sensata iwemaaa,____________
Pagina a cargo da
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
CORRESPONSALES
.AS PALM
at *;
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Ura 0*4
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Beata
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pbovincia oe CHiaioui
OQuaro-nettse* ??
LAS LAJAS- Ama., airara
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CESaO DI rUTA-IHatni Mirar*
psj
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ALACA-TamfeMalan P..IS.
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rOLB ri.il lliuauli it.
SAN ANDRES fnilho I
LOS SANTO*
L* rn.LA OS LOS SANTO* Frase!*
C.ldecon O.
WCAMASrle. Nieae Aaaeat
i.AS lABLAfcJoi nlcaic oaafMi*
Curacin del Tabaco en Chiriqu
at*. .Jai TM -r-fr '."
\
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Recoge la grfica un tendido de tabaco en la regln del Volcn, Provincia de Chiriqu. donde
se colocan las hojas para *ue sean curadas. In ego une han entrada en an perodo de macera-
cin. se empacan y se venden en el Interior de la Repblica.
Toma esta decisin por falta
de apoyo oficial para el
sostenimiento de esta labor
Cania gran preocupacin an el interior de la Re-
pblica eala dolorosa determinacin
CAJtAZAS, Junio 4 tCorrespcn
sal) Con verdadera pena re-
gistramos la decisin del Docto.'
Luis Carlos Prieto, de no con-
tinuar 1 servicio de su carava-
na area por falta de apoyo
e.dmlnlstrativo. Lo* pueblos del
interior se vern privados ee
este gran beneficio, obra plao-
f a y colosal de este Ilustre gale-
no que en forma admirable v e-
jemplar ha puesto su corazn y
su bolsillo al servicio de la hu-
manidad doliente. Nunca en los
anales de la historia del pas st
ha visto labor ms filantrpica
y campaa ms meritoria.
La obra piadosa del Doctor
Prieto tiene que esculpirse oa
caracteres eternos en la con-
ciencia nacional y merecer la
gratitud y el reconocimiento da
Ir* pueblos.
No es posible que permanez-
camos callado* ante asta lan^n
table decisin. Los pueblos,qua
reciben beneficios de la Cara*
vana Area del Dr. Prieto deben
reaccionar y levantarse eoiao
un solo hombre solicitando al
Qobierno Nacional la ayuda e-
fectiva que esta caravana nece-
sita y a la Asamblea Nacional
la aprobacin de la Ley que en
forma Inconsiderada fu veta"
da por el Doctor Arnulfo Arlas.
Lamentan en el Interior la
separacin del Dr. Eduardo
Ritter de la Sra. Privada
CAN A ZAS, Junto 4 (Corres-
ponsal) Lamentamos since-
ramente separacin Dr. Eduar-
do Ritter Alslin del cargo ce
Secretarlo Privado de la Presi-
dencia donde Excelentsimo Be.
Alclbiades Arosemena lo habla
colocado para satisfaccin ge-
neral y garanta da lo* princi-
pios democrticos.
Con gusto registramos su per-
manencia dicha posesin ya que
Dr. Eduardo Ritter Aislan hace
honor a cualquiera administra-
cin por su don de gente, pro-
bado patriotismo y acrisolada
honrader, formidable talento e
indiscutibles virtudes elvicM.
Sin embargo respetamos sus de-
seo* de sostener su* principio*
ideolgicos por encima de mez-
quino* intereses coruideraudo
que Ritter Aislan ha sabido con
quistar el prestigio de su nom-
bre y la fama merecida de su
pluma valiente y digna a ba:.e
de dura e incansable campaa
cvica y patritica.
El "Aviso Oportuno
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LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordiiurio No. 1662 del Domingo 3 de Janio U 1951
El billete entero comprende S3 fraccione* divididas en dos aerles de 38 fracciones cada una denominada* "A" y "B".
Premio Mayor 8 8 2 4
Segundo Premio 3 7 8 6
Tercer Premio 9 8 13
B. 52,000.00
B. 15.600.00
B. 7.800.00
a** Prastlai \t% Premia. Mi Pramiai i Preila> 1 Maa Pran4a. Moa fraiBiai Nm rranrie / av tv a/ B/ av. a/ / av. av
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224 I.1IH 1224 1SC.M 2224 IM.M 1224 IM.M 4224 IM.M SM4 IM.M 4124 IM.M 7214 IM.M 224 1M.M MS4 1M.M
324 1MJM 1224 iM.et 2124 ise.ee SBM IM.M 4SM IM.M MM IM.M SBM IM.M ISM ISSJM 0124 IM.M BSM IM.M
424 ISS.M 1424 154.M 2424 1H.N 2424 ISS.M 4424 IM.M S424 IM.M S424 IM.M 74M IM.M S424 IM.M 424 IM.M
M24 IS4.N IV 1 IMN 2524 15S.N 3S24 IM.M 4S24 1M.M KM IM.M MU 1M.M 7SM IM.M S524 IM.M 524 154.M
424 IMN 1124 ISS.N 2424 se.M 3824 IM.M 4SM IM.M 5(24 1SS.M M24 IM.M 7(24 IM.M S424 1M.M M24 IM.M
724 iss.ee 1724 M.ei 1724 M.te J714 1MJM 4724 IS4.M H24 IM.M 4724 IM.M 77M IM.M S724 1M.M 724 1MM
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APROXIMACIONES
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Los premios del Sorteo del domlneo fueron vendidas asi: primero y segundo en Panam; tercero en Chirlan!. _
Los novecientos billetes enteros terminados en 4 y no comprendidos en la lista orecedenle estn aremlades eos
Cincuenta Dos Balboas (B/52.60).
Por billete entero se entiende las cincuenta v dos fracciones que componen las dos serle* "A- y "B".
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam, HOMERO VELASQUEZ.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro. MARIO H. CAL.
rESTiooS:
Jos H. AnzotegulCdula No. 8-5811. El Notario Tercero del Circuito de Panam.' PALO A. PINEL
Elseo TorresCdula No. 47-17*80. ROGELIO AVILA P. Secretarlo pro-temporf
MOTA Lo* BUIelea preraiaSo* coa la aloma cifra cao las *aa Oltlaui
,UI" rlfrai Majar y \m Premia* 2o t lo tt tanaarAn eanradamrnie. Isa aamtaaacla.
naa a SerlvirAn 4* lo* Premia* Mayar. Sagan4o a Tarcaro > al ca Si
que un billete reaulle a ira ra 4 cao 4liilla- remira al aailor 4e aae
blllele Urn 4ereraa a aae la aaut aaiaaw MM artaalaa ca me ra*K*J
igrarlada
SORTFO DE %OS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO 8 DE JUNIO PE 1851
Sorteo Nmero Trescientas Ochenta y Ti
res (888)
Primer Premio. .
Segundo Premio.
Tercer Premio, ,
24
86
13
rraccrn
B/
11.00
3.00
2.00
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7
220.00
60.00
40.00
l^a areaaiai a miili a la aar *en la Lana Oficial 4a Paaaml as la Ofl-
ciaa 4e la Calera Nielara) 4a BaaalceacU ajlaaala m U A vetilla Caalral
Plan del Sorteo Extraordinario Ne. 168S que ee ha de
celebrar el 24 de Junie de 18*1:
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tracetaasa ca4a ara 4ea.mla.da. "A" "V
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LUNES. JIUO 4. 1M1
tL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDSPENDIENTB
PAGINA CINCO
Informe para asta seccin te reciben ea I
Kedaccion Social
TiMm S-IW
iccn Jjocici\
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
OSAS: :H a l*:tt a.s*.
Apartado 1M
Recibo de la Priaaera Daaaa As
U Repblica
La reora doa Heliodora A.
de r.rojeincna. esposa del Ea-
telentisimo seor Pre*idente tie
p. Repblica. Alclbadea Aro*e-
uiena, recibir el viernes S del
presente, de 1:30 p.m. a 7:30 p
B>., en loe Salones del Club li-
cin a las Altas Autoridades de
Panam, la Zona del Canai. el
Honorable Cuerpo Diplomtico
y Consular y a sus dlstlnguioxj
esposas. >
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Eseeciarista certificado para el diagnostico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de li piel, cuero cabelludo y unas.
Consulta por previa cita wUmeae.
Via Espaa Na. 1 Telfono J-I73
I AH, QUB BUENO
.y que bueno
para Ud. fantbiinl
-* noticiosas v lorttffcflBt**
Ea todo el mundo lo ni ios prenerea Us
Hojuelas dt Aren 5-Mimitos. Y es uoii-
broso lo mucho out a ellos it* guata tu
sabor. Siril y var.
Luego srvase utttd tambin un plato
de un alimeeacio ceretl. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas aculantes hoioelaa
de avena, mtdnrd al sol > de rico itbor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirvs usitd mttn a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena J-Miauses
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno.
PARA US
NOVIAS
DE JUNIO
ESTILOS ESPECIALES PARA 1951
NO SE PRIVE DEL PLACEO
DETENER LINDOS MUEBLES!
SOLO m/* 12 MiN*uAii
COWPBELOS AL CONTADO, A PLAZOS
O POR CLUB EN LA
,MJBlERIfl
Atasaje de despedida
Para despedir al seor Maria-
no Hernndez y 8ra. Adela (1. de
Hernandez quienes partan hoy
para Europa, un numeroso gru-
po de siss amistades los agasa-
j anoche con un buffet en !a
asldencia del seor Amonto
Leggleri y seora Rebeca P. de
Leggleri y del seor Angelo A-
II ara y seora Raquel P. da A-
i:ara en Paitllla.
Buffet
El seor Natalio Ehrman y
8:a. Maria Augusta S. de Ehr-
man. ofrecieron el sbado un
buffet en su residencia, para a-
gaaajar a la Sra. Angeliu Mu-
oz de Lew, quin se encuentra
pasando una temporada entre
nosotros.
Partieipacie** de matrimeai*
Circulan las participaciones
para el matrimonio de la Bita.
Mary Martin Newland, hija del
seor William Kenneth Nev-
iand y Sra. con el Dr. Wli'.iam
Franklin Clary, de Memphis.Tc-
nnesseee. actoLque se verifcale
le mircoles 20 de junio a las
p.m. en la Catedral de St.
lake en Ancn.
Reunin de las Damas Gaada-
lupanaa
Maana martes a las 11 ain.
tendr lugar, en el Saln Cu-
ret, la reunin reglamentarla
at las Damas Ouadalupanas. Se
suplica a todos puntual asisten-
cia-
Cambia de resMestcia
El seor Ricardo Marclaq y
Sra. Marlta R. de Marclaq, iic.ii
trasladado su residencia a la
calle 44 No. 40, en donde se p ;-
uen a las rdenes de sus amis-
tades.
Condolencia
E n v lamos ncestra sincera
expresin de condolencia al Sr.
James Mangold y 8ra. Abitii
Qulnzada de Mangold, por el
sensible fallecimiento de su nt-
jita Patricia, ocurrido en Lo:
Angeles, California.
Suecia dispuesta a
conseguir la paz
Hay gran inters en esa ruta
ante el peligro de una guerra
con la Unin Sovitica
mediar para
en Corea
. Sentid* psame
Despus de larga enfermedad
r'ej de existir ayer, el Dr Jos
C Argote O. persona muy co-
nocida en nuestra capital. En-
viamos nuestro sentido psame
sus hijos, Prqf. Jos C. Ar-
gote y al seor Amadeo rgvtr.
Enrique Argote y Agustn Arbo-
le y dems deudos y familiares.
Par Europa
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
al seor Mariano Hernndez y
Sra. Adela O. de Hernndtz,
quienes acompaados de su hi-
jo Joaqun, embarcan hoy ha-
cia Europa.
Para Sur Amrica
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das en nuestra, capital, si-
guieron hoy para Bogot G. E-
el Ministro de Buecla en Pana-
m. Colombia y Ecuador, se>:r
Brynolf Eiig y 8ra. Los despe;!l-
mos atentamente.
Aniversaria de matrimonie
Saludamos cordialmente al Sr.
Francisco J. Morales Jr. y sef.o-
ta Mercedes O. de Morales, qule
nes celebraron ayer el noveno
aniversario de su matrimonia
Abandonan el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin na-
Lo ms tierno de
la mata para el
te mi* delicioso
Tender ,
leaf I
TEA !
Personas que han dedi-
cado su vida a esta in-
dustria, escogen para us-
ted tai hojas ms tier-
nas de cada mata. Por
eso se llama "Tender
Leaf": "Hojas Tiernas".
A la regia seleccin se
debe la exquisitez de es~
te t.
Pida en las buenas tien-
das "TENDER LEAF'.
De venta en paquetes o
en bolsitai filtrantes.
AVg.CENTRAlvCAUE 21 E.l*TglS.'2-l830
Y 2-7833
mtios retira..
ira lot
Por STEFFAN ANDREWS Co, recibi recientemente Indi-
(NA.N.A.) caclones de Rusia en el sentido
I de que el gobierno sovitico es- de importantes mujeres repi-
Enltaba interesado en restablecer blieanas.
WASHINGTON, (EPS).-
los altos circuios diplomticos I i
de esta capital se da gran im-
portancia al hecho de que el
embajador sueco en Pekn ha-
ya sido repentinamente Dama-
do por su gobierno para "con-
sultas." en lo que se afirma ser
un nuevo paso para un acuer-
do que ponga fin a la guerra
de Corea.
El embajador, Torsten L.
Hammarstrom, fu llamado con
urgencia a estoeolmo, segn se
tiene entendido en relacin con
una posible mediacin de Sue-
cia en el conflicto.
Por supuesto, la embajada
sueca aqu dice no tener Infor-
mes sobre el particular, pero
de otras fuentes autorizadas se
sabe que el ministerio de rela-
ciones exteriores sueco dar a
Hammarstrom un resumen de
la actitud de las Naciones Uni-
das hacia las negociaciones pro-
yectadas, y particularmente, a-
cerca de las bases que esta or-
ganizacin aceptarla para un
arreglo que ponga fin a la gue-
rra.
El viaje del embajador sueco
a Estoeolmo sigue estrechamen-
te un Informe circulado en los
pasillos de las Naciones Unidas,
en el sentido de que un hom-
bre de negocios, tambin sue-
v.
z en Corea.
El senador Styles Birdges. im-
ientras tanto, el Departa-1 portante miembro republicano
ment de Estado ha permane- de la comisin de asuntos mi-
cldo fri ante todos los rumo- litares del Senado, advirti que
res sobre negociaciones de paz. | cualquier acuerde con los co-
munistas tenia que tomar en
cuenta el restablecimiento de la
rumora con Insistencia que se ta chino, y por lo tanto, estn
est preparando el escenario en condiciones de mantener los
para una pronta liquidacin de contactos indispensables para
la guerra coreana, con una tre-
gua en el paralelo 38.
El leador Owens Brewster,
miembro de la comisin de re-
laciones exteriores del Senado,
dijo que "era obvio que la ma-
teria estaba bajo discusin y
que era cada vez ms nume-
rosos los signos de una rpida
"liquidacin de "*Ja guerra."
Esta declaracin fu hecha
por el senador ante un grupo
llevar a cabo las discusiones
diplomticas.
El gobierno de la India hizo
ya un ensayo para aproximar
ese gobierno y las Naciones
Unidas, por medio de su emba-
jador en Pelan, pero este es
fuerzo termin en un complet
fracaso. Desde entonces la In-
dia se ha abstenido de interve-
nir en el asunto, y ahora la
atencin se concentra en Sue-
cia, que parece dispuesta a re-
emplazarla en esa tarea.
La M.N. "DON PEPE"
SALDR MAANA en la tarde para los
puertos de MANTA Y GUAYAQUIL.
Se aceptan carga y pasajeros.
LUIS SPTIMO DOMNGUEZ, Agente.
EXPRESO INTERNACIONAL
Tel. 2-2*43
La posicin oficial es la de que
el Kremlin no ha tratado el
asunto con el gobierno de Wash- unidad de Corea y el retiro de
ington y por lo tanto, se tra- las tropas chinas,
ta de una cuestin que deben! Volviendo al embajador sue-
resolver las Naciones Unidas, co, se agrega que durante su
Tambin se ha manifestado. permanencia en Estoeolmo ro-
que los Estados Unidos no han elbir tambin un memorndum
discutido posibles trminos de I conteniendo los puntos de vis-
paz con Suecia ni ningn otro | ta britnicos acerca del resta-
posible intermediarlo, para que bleclmlento de la paz en Co-
sean trasmitidos por ste a los rea.
comunistas chinos. Se seala que tanto Suecia co-
Pero en los circuios parla-! mo la Gran Bretaa han re-
mentarlos de esta capital se conocido el gobierno comunis-
Pginas de Amor en la Red Panamericana
cldo se encuentra de nuevo tn
su residencia la Sra. Graciela S.
de Guerrero-
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Beatriz Q. de Botero
Srta. Ada Ester Guerra
Seor Jorge Sosa
Seor Samuel Guillermo I,ca.*.
Nia Yolanda Sasso Mndez
Nia Marta Elena Paredes Le-
fevre
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Ana Luisa L. de Mo.-a'ci
Sra. Emilia G. de Brin
Sra. Etelvlna S, de Tera.i
Srta Judith Angulzola
Nia,-Cauta Castro Fbrega
Nia Julia TeresKa Mndez cm
Nio Fernando Arango GsJ
teazoro
KLIM
envasada per un
procedimiento especial
KLIM
L rr.f.rUa Todo I Mundo
ras*. lata*. EUtw.. ceem. ira* Boris (*.
Todo vil hechizo!
sMirsi su fostr
M0^
aso y px.1 **-; e>n wmI
Ne os un maquillaje en pastilla. No
requiere agua. No es una base grasosa.
Anfal Fete es un encanto. Se
aplica con una mota. Y dura
mucho ms que los polvos.
Ideal para llevarlo consigo.
No se derrama en la bolsa,
no mancha ls ropa.
6 angelicales matices. Una motm en emia caja.
ANOLAND DIAZ, Intrprete de "Pginas de Amor", un espec-
tculo que se transmite de luaea a viernes a las 7 y-media
de la noche, patrocinado por la Campania de Seguros de Vida
"El guila Imperial". Producein y direccin de Emilio Dias.
llama o El Panam Amrica?
2-0740

La Casa de Los Vidrios y Los Linleos
* JUEGOS DE SALA, COMEDOR Y RECAMARA
REFRIGERADORAS "INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER'*
COLCHONES. DIVANES Y ESPRINES "SIMMONS"
* LAVADORAS ESY MUEBLES DE METAL "ARVIN"
NUEStRO SISTEMA DE CLUB ES MEJOR!
450 TRAJES
EN BARATILLO!
HOY Y MAANA
LTIMOS DAS!
DE ALGODN ...desde 3.95 SEDA ............desde 5.S5
DE TABDE ....... 5.15 MATERNIDAD ... 4.5
BALLARINA ..... 13.51 NOCHE .......... 7-5S
BLUSAS. desde SSf
PETICOTES
NYLON .............. 2.SS SEDA, fiaos ........... X.M
ALGODN ........... 2.5 CiNTUBA. de algodn 1.M
ENTEROS, de nylon 3.5*
rara r/oi/ia
PETICOTES de seda pura, bordados......1 t.St
CAMISONES
DE ALGODN........t.M DE SEDA, fino? desde 1.25
rara r/ovia
EXTRA FINOS......7.15
CAMISOLES
DE ALGODN ..desde 1.50 DE SEDA ............. LM i
NEGLIGEES
DE ALGODN .. desde 4.54 DE SEDA ........desde 7.5S
MAANITAS .................................OSde ZJtS
VESTIDOS DE BASO.........................desde 4.5
BRASSIERES (marca reconocida).. MITAD DE PRECIO
CHINELAS de cuero (mules).................desee 2.S5
(ARTERAS !*> IOS
PANTIES de leriey (marca reconocida>.. ^....... M
JOYERA. LUNCHEON SETS. MORAS DE PELO nataral.
ABANICOS j muchas otras cosas a precios bajsimos.
DEPARTAMENTO DE NINAS
TRAJES del 3 al 16............. .............sede J5
TRAJES DE SEDA................................ *A0
CARTERAS ... desde l.N BLUSAS .......desde 1.40
POLO SHIRTS, desde .95 GUAYABERAS, desde 1.95
FALDAS DE ALGODN....................desde 1JS
Permaneceremos abiertos todo el da.
- Ventas estrictamente ai coatado.
No habr alteraciones doraste el baratillo.
No se aceptan devoluciones.
Calle 3t No. $ Vista del Mar


pac.in*. n
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Lunes, junio t, imi
Jj NO luy mejoi Via para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
' que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.
Nuestros Agtntcs o Nuestras Oficinas lo a tend ero n:
Mnimo por
ii 15 palearas.
3 por cada
palabra adiciono.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturas v ev.tolte
extra br.'.larUi a pruebo de moho.
2 3.25 galn. Almoeene Tropiflu-
ri. ;_____
'kVK IO LEWIS
Ave. Tiv.ll Ne 4
Tel -nl
NOVEDADES MORRIhUN
* t 4 'a
Tel S-I44I
MUSEO DL L&ShEPS
aree l Mw
BOTICA CARLTON
hMBi

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tM Ole
il.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 11 Oeste Me I
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Caite "" Nq V raaana
Ave. teoirel line CeWs>
aoa
SI VINDEN:Ce*, take "'
cara ac.a.lee. .*-Te "
a.iledor pera ciele raaail *ee-
tas, levemenei. eeue4ea. ate a
AGINCIAS GLOBALIS. Via aja-|
a, iteaendo a l.aa reate Tal
S^'503 __
vTidtmos saces usodcs ce henea-r
CA. OULClDlO G0NZALE2 N.,
S A Fabrico de Mosaicos. Ave
Cubo No 8. ______
Vendamos v corlomcs vidrios o to-
dos tomnos CA. DUICIDIO
GONZALEZ N S. A. Fabrico de
Mosaicos. Ave Cubo No. 8 ^
VEND:Llontas usados, "?50 x
SE VENDE
Bieoe Raice___
CM~0~LHVI -_ TeL 2-SSI2
VINDI LOTES
if inicial mnimo 1.100.00
Manaual i. 15.00
Lotes con Calles v Acueductos de
la Ciudad desde B.1.00 el. metro.
a Alquilamos equipo pesado para
movimiento de fierro.
Alquilamos .lotes a largos plazos.
Club de lotes, B.3.G0 y 8.4.00
semanales.
S
20, 900 x 20. mangueras de aire,
og-lc. Jernimo de la Osso. IN-
TRA. '
SE VENDE:Por motiso de viaja en
lo .Avenida Cenfrol No. 211 Co-
donib, a, Rfresquerio La Victoria.
SE VENDE:O se alquil. Chalet de
concreto, .mil metros terreno, ^cin-
co habitaciones, cocino, dos bonos,
dos servicios sanitarios. Situado en
Parque Lefevre,, coil G No.'.8.
Informes elmocn "El Remete''
calle 19 Este Central No. 6/ "

SE VENDE
Automviles
\ntes de comprar su carro ve al
Sr. Lobo. El tiene los mejoras ca-
rros usados de la plaza. AUTO-
LANDIA, Ave. 4 de Julio No. 13,
Telfono 2-3185.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con refe-
rencias, que viva en la cosa. Oc-
rrase Calle 31 No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Acuda a
cclle 4} No. 19. ,
SE NECESITA:Empleado para la-
var y plonchor. Ave. Fred Boyd
No. 29.
SE ALQUILA
Apartainentoe
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento fresco,
tres recmaros, calle Ricardo
Arias No. 8. (Campo Alegre I. In-
frmese bajos.
APARTAMENTOS:Cmodos, ven-
tilados, edificio moderno, frente
Plaza Santa Ana. Compona F.
Icaza, Avenida B 79.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en ca-
lle 15 Oeste No. 21.
SE NECESITA":Empleada seria po-
ra servicio, que duerma en el
trabajo. Avenida Manuel Ycaza
18. Campa Alegre.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento dos ra-i
cmaros. Completamente amob'o-
do, frente ol mor. Calle Uruguay i
No. 2. Informacin Tel. 2-3369. j
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento de dos
recmaras en Vista Hermoso. Colle (
Francisco Filos No. 6. Informes en
el mismo edificio.
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo' Cemento :
Plstico cago de tooo contra to-
' N.. 5- A Fabrico de Mosoicos. |
^Ave Cubo Na. 8.
SE VENDE:Poncdera; "La Luna.".
Buen contrato, caa, tuenos cen-
diciones venta. Tel. J-3869. Calle
5a. No. 34-A. Apto; 10 Jorge
S NECESITA: Cocinera seria y
competente. Calle 50 o San Mr-
tir, No. 10.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento mo-
derno, sala, comedor, 2 recmaras,
cuarto servicio, g- -age, etc. Calle
47 No. 3. Llame 3-3338.
'\ N- *,. AY ,P-; '?'">SE NECESITA:Uno nja de 14 -
Athonaseodis, de 12:30 p. m. ode- ^ pQrQ medl0 dfo Por0 ofi.
lante.
Aechamos da recibir cawtitntoj Man-
eo para lo venta. CA Di NOSII-
GA. S A. .Pasadena. No. 15, .Tel
3-0260. _________' .
; i F""
SE VENDE: Maquino calculadora
1 "SrnsVieja" Coble 13Z con ins-
trucciones en castellano, espeool
par-'h-igentros* y -Agrimensores.
I Precio B. 100.00.'Solicite informes
-PORRAS" Plaza 5 de Mayo.
Se recibirn propuestas sellodos has-
ta el dia 14 de uni de 195,1, so-
bre una unidad revelodofa de ra-
yes -. X, una mquina diesel Om-
: mms. da 200 caballos de MrM,
y un camin a motor de 2 1-2
. tonelodos. Se podrn obtener los
formularios de propuestas del des-
pocho del Superintendente de Al-
macene en Balboa, teleiono 2-
27T7,, asi como de los Alma-
cn--, 'de'
1265.
GANGAS: Parque Lefevre. Colle 9a.,
Chalet de 2 recmoras, 2 baas,
sala y comedor, cuarto de servicio,
piscina. H0,000.00, facilidades
de pago, ti Valle: Chalet sobre
lote con rio, .muebles, acciones del
acueducto. 1.5.500.00. Lotes:
Altos del Golf, a B.3.7S M2 y de-
ms urbanizaciones a precios simi-
lormente botos. Wolff y Ca., Co-
lle 5o., 22, Tel. 2-2388.
cos demsticos. Informes Calle 45
casa 7, Apto. 15 de 5-7 p. m. y SE
8-11 a. m.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, sala-comedor, B.60.00,
entrada San Francisco. Llave Ave-
nida Cuba No. 85, telfono 3-
0841.
SE VENDE
Artculos de tasa
SE VENDE:Mognifico cama Holly
wood, baratsima. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE VENDE: Comedor, B.130; es-
tante grande de nio 8.75.00. dos
estantes, cada upo B.55.00. Colle
52 No. 8, Apto. 1. .
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinera,
magnifico sueldo, Ave. Per 75,
altos.'
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro que-
haceres de casa y lavar ropo. Dia-
blo. 5648 G. Zona del Conol.
SE NECESITA:Empleada COMPE-
TENTE para atender a dos per-
sonas, en cocino, lavado y plan-
chado, que sepa sus oficios. Colle
45 Na. 19.
ALQUILA:Apartomento inde-
pendiente,' uno recmara, sala-
comedor y cocina, en frente Ins-
tituto. Telfono 3-1277.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos en
San Francisco de lo Caleta. Infor-
mes: Estacin Go'.olind San Jos,
Via Espaa No. 2.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de tres
cuartos con bolcn y servicios in-
dependientes en Avenida Central
No. 125. Tel. 2-3491.
SE NECESITAN: Dos empleados,
uno para cocinor y otra pora cui-
dar dos nios. Deben dormir en el
empleo. Buen salario. Ocurra a
Ave. Chile No. 22, bajos.
Cristbol, telfono 3-
/.
SE VENDE:
, Motocicleta
S VENDE.Motocicleta Husgvarno,
muy buena tronsprtocin. Precio
de gongo motivo .vioie. Informes
. Calle 48 No. 27.
SE ALQUILA
WM
SE ALQUILA:__.Cholet de Concreto,
3 recmaras, slo, comedor, 4 clo-
sers, servicio moderno, cocina
grande y moderno, garage, patio
cercado. Buen veeindorio. Poroda
Autobuses 9!-"A", Belsono-. Po-
rros. l
SE VENDE: Refrgerodpra Philco
como nuevo.! CaHe 49 .No. 13,
edificio Grecio.
__
SE" VENDE:Muebles de 'toda clase,
en buen estado. Pora informes
ocurro Victoriono Lorenzo No. 10.
Tel. 2-1686.
PERDIDO
blanco.
LECCIONES
SEORA:Graduado en Conservoto-
rio Europeo, ensea Piano y Acor-
den Garantiza rpido aprendiza-
je, mtodo ultramoderno. Informes
Tel. 3-3908. Llamar de 8 a 4 p-
PERDIDO: Perro cacera _
entre Cruces y Clayton, orejes Aprenda ingls tino,
amarillos, mancha negruzca en elegante con Aubrey
costillas, nombre Guapo. Avisar
dueo Florencio. Mndez, .Tel. 2-
0376, o Ave. Per'-No. 9, Apto.
2-B.
Probablemente
Esto significara que el Mi-
provinciales, distrltoriales, a lps
centros panamelstas y a todos
sus adherentes en general, que
se abstengan de toda agitacin
ey asistencia a reuniones de ca-
rcter poltico mientras se en-
cuentren detenidos el jefe ma-
xima del partido. Dr. Arnulfo
Arias, miembro* principales del mejoramlento de relaciones en-
Dlrectorip Nacional y dems orlente y occidente,
copartidarlos. pues toda reunion
PERDIDA: Billetera verde con do-
cumento; Favor devolverla. Pau-
lette Toussieh. Guardarse plata
que tenia como gratificacin Un-
tral 63.
cierta proporcin de acuerdo en
Pars y con una interpretacin
amplia, los rusos pueden plan-
tear cualquier cuestin relativa
a la tensin mundial en la con-
ferencia de los Cuatro Grandes.
INGLES!!
Por demando. Aubrey Stewart. M.
A., profesor del Instituto Nacional,
especialista en lo enseanza del in-
gls, comenzar, otra vez, sus doses
particulares.
INGLES'.!
pronunciacin
Stewort que
tiene preparacin tcnica de Colum-
bre University, Nueva York. Llame
2-3779 u ocurro Avenido Centro! 98,
apartamento 1-4.
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Locales
t ALQUILAN.-faeelue.mente pa-
re) oficinas toclos cntricos en loe
eitoe do Avenida Control 44 a
precioe mdico* Soliciten fntor-
nooon an Almacena 5 v 10 con-
tuvo
SE ALQUIUa:Loeol pora oficina,
arriba del Teatro Centro!.
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores ; LOCAL COMERCIAL: Edif.oomoder-
del Soviet, Andri Vishinsky, po-
dra plantear las cuestiones del
Pacto del Atlntico y las ba-
ses militares como obstculo al
no frente"'Plzo Sonta Ana. Com-
paa F. ICAZA., Avenida B 79.
eo tal sentido falseara en es-
to* momentos, los principios
que han inspirado y han man-
tenido a travs de ingentes sa-
crificios "nuestro pujante par-
tido.
Lealtad y, disciplina son ne-
cesarios v suficientes en es-
te momentos y todos los que
formamos Us filas del Partido
Revolucionario Autntico sabre-
mos aportarla, en beneficio de
nuestros propios ideales.
Actuar en otra forma sena
traicionar los mismos principios
que propugnamos y defende-
mos- ....
Panam, junio 2 de ISal
jorge P. Adame, suplente de
F. J. Linares; Alberto Vallari-
no Jr., sulenle de Norberto
Zrita: Rafael Franceschi, -
VleeUe de Rabn Rocas; Teo-
doro Brin, tupiente de J-de
l>. Peveda; Juana de Medina,
pente de M. S. de Miranda.
Q PRTexdiT"
la* nota* eonjuntai.
Estos observaaores dicen oue
como las uotencias occidenta-
les no indican especficamente
en sus notas estar dispuestas
ai diaeutir el pacto del Atlsn-
tleo y la cuestin de las bases
norteamericana! en Europa, es
probable que la invitacin sea
rechazada.
Otros, mis optimistas, dicen
que los-delegados ya alcanzaron
De ah que la posibilidad de
que Rusia midiera aceptar la
invitacin del occidente no de-
be eliminarse totalmente.
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oficina con aire acondicionado. 90
metros cuadrados con servicio de
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comodidodes modernas, celoraso y
pisos acsticos. Hoy que verlo pa-
ra apreciarla. Edificio Mortinz, Tel.
2-0610. *
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da eec Vea rdea. El lia >athaaicl y ea amiga
Spirvia i William Lcaa) tralaa de evitar la saa>
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ddoa per le polica j llevado ar.....
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4 recmoras o ms. Preferible en
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telfono 2-0124.
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capacidad pora mil libros. Infor-
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remunerado y de porvenir.
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COMPAAIA DE SEGUROS
DE VIDA. 8. A.
Ave. Central No. SO Panam
Oficinas 403 y 4*4
Solamente de 8:00 a 00 a.m.
GUIA
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ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
C venta on
LA BYZKAYNA
Aviadora brasilera
realiza una jira de
buena voluntad
Desde ayer ae encuentra er.-
;t:e nosotros la gran aviadora
brasilea Ada Rogmto, quien es-
. haciendo un Jira de buexa
voluntad por el continente ame-
ricano
La aviadora brasilea sall '.'e
Rio de Janeiro piloteando un
"Cessna" 90HP y hasta el mo-
mento ha efectuado ms de
diez mil millas de vuelo soi.:..-
rlo en su Jira de buena volun-
tad.
Al ser entrevistada por un re-
dactor de ste diarlo, la avia-
dora Rogato inform que suidr
pasado maana hacia San Jos
Costa Rica, volando despus jor
todo Centro Amrica y 'Mxico
para llegar luego a Los Ange.js,
California. Desde all, la Sra
Kogato saldr hacia el Canad,
regresando luego a Ro de Ja-
j nelro por la ruta de Miami y
las Antillas.
Antes de salir de Colombio,
a Sra. Rogato fu honrada p?r
la Fuerza Area de Colombia
como "piloto, honorario" de di-
chas fuerzas asi como miembro
activo def Aero Club de Co-
lombia.
La Sra. Rogato es portadora
de un mensaje de buena vcin-
tad de parte de las autoridades
ae aviacin de su pas, y visita-
r a la Sra. .Doa Heliodora" de*
Arosemena, esposa del Prtri-
riente de la Repblica, Don AI-
jibiades Arosemena-
A. Morales, 0. Quintero, G. Gale
y N. Greaves Nuevos Campeones
En El Levantamiento De Novatos
Con gran entusiasmo y en
forma satisfactoria se llevaron
a cabo ayer en el Estadio Olm-
pico las Competencias de Le-
vantamiento de Pesas para No-
vatos bajo la direccin de la
Federacin Nacional de este de-
porte.
Nuevas figuras que demostra-
ron poseer condiciones para
llegar alto en esta actividad
participaron en el Concurso, re-
gistrando buenas marcas, titu-
lndose Campeones, Alberto Mo-
raies en las 117 libras. Octavio
Quintero en las 123 libras, Nor-
mn Greaves en las 132 libras
y Games Gale en las 142 libras.
Ofrecieron exhibiciones Ivn
Frederich de 148 libras, y Car-
loa Chvez, quien volvi a de-
mostrar condiciones para este
deporte, al levantar nuevamen-
te el doble de su peso, ya que
pesando 127 libras, levant 2(0
libras: esta fu la tercera ves
que Chvez realiza esta gran
hazaa en nuestro medio; per-
tenece a la Academia He Cul-
tura Fsica.
Adems ofreci exhibicin des-
pulso y msculos el joven An-
drs Ayala, quien tambin es
miembro de la A. de C. F.
Tuvieron destacada actuacin
en la organizacin y desarrollo .
de estas competencias, los en-
tusiastas y dinmicos deportis-
tas Chacn Plata y Leopold
de Len.
Actuaron de jueves, Lagos-,
Stamp y Ramos.
Los resultados de las com-
petencias fueron los siguien-
tes; .-:.
AVISO
a nuestros clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin lleg el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera ves hay en
Panam latas de 3'- os.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
GRAN VARIEDAD DE
CERRADURAS,
PICAPORTES, y
Los estudiantes
hondurenos dan
fin a una huelga
TEGUCIGALPA, Junio 4. 'UPl
La Federacin de Estudian-
tes de Honduras decidi dar
por terminada la huelga y dr-
denar el regreso a las clases
hov, tras aprobar una resolu-
cin de las autoridades de edu-
cacin estipulando qua les de-
canos sean eleeldos por las cor-
poraciones profesionales el pr-
ximo 25 d junio y dando par-
ticinacin a los estudiantes en
el Consejo Universitario.
Peso Nombres Press Snatch C*Y Total .
Lll-ras
117 Alberto Morales 120 130 160 410 Campen
122 Octavio Quintero 145 155 190 490 Campen
322*2 Antonio Donado V. 130 140 180 450 Sub-Campeit
132< Norman Greaves 160 155 185 500 Campen
.26 Nacito Nachado 425 135 175 435 Sub-Campen
131 Heracllo Lezcano 155 205 360
142 James Gale 170 150 220 530 Campen
Mi Carlos Chvez 200 200 260 660
14fl Ivan Frederich 170 190 260 620
Exhibicin. ,-------------
ALDABAS
"Corbin" y
'Yale'
TORNILLOS de
hierro para madera
(Cabeza Chata y Redon-
da; Bronceados y Nique-
lados).
Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 v 2-2988
Dnd PiafiaiHfti*tf ini
rVwel r OfPtTlTVT IVoeiiu
nene ws
mejores ikwkamas
Puerto Rico decidir hoy si
quiere ser un Estado de la
Unin Norteamericana
st espera que concurran a las urnas ms
de setecientos mil votantes en la Isla
SAN JUAN, P_ R. Junio 4
i UP i El pueblo de sta 'ala,
perteneciente a Estados Unaos
decidir hoy mediante un ree-
rendum si desea tener una Cons
titucln redactada por l mismo
y completa autonoma en sus a-
btuitos internos. ,
El Gobernador Luis Muoz
Marn, principal propugnado!
del referendum pronostico qiie
"una mayora muy grande" vj-
lar por la Constitucin, aun-
que previno que no debe espe-
rarse que concurran a depca'.-
tar sus votos muchos de los 771,-
399 electores inscritos.
Todos los observadores pol-
ticos convienen en que el Par-
tido Demcrata Popular de Mu-
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este 4t4 Tel. t-2H
PERSIANAS &
PORRAS
oz Marn, ms los SocialiiU
i' por io menos la mitad dei di-
v.dldo Partido de la estaaiaad
votarn en forma abrumauora
en favor de la Constitucin.
Una pequea, pero ruidosa, o-
posicin constituida por el Par-
tido Independentista que con-
sidera la Constitucin como 'u-
:.a prolongacin del colonialis-
mo" y una "broma cruel" al pue-
blo de Puerto Rico se oponcka-
Tambin se opone el Partida
Nacionalista, n u m r icamcii' o
roqueo pero agresivo, que el,
otoo intent una revolucin e
uos de sus miembros atentaron i
contra la vida del Presidenta
Truman.
e TELONES DE ALUMINIO
e TELONES PLSTICOS'
"Solarpruf" para vitrinat
Telf. 2-3.97 Panam '
Romanas 'Detecto'
Todos los Estilos
Esponjas de Brillo
Horquillas
de tender ropa
Machetes 'Collins'
Almacenes Romero
Avt. Norte No. 48
REFRIGERADORAS
"FRIGIDAIRE"
Precios Especiales
Tel 2-2847
Graves desrdenes comienzan,
en la zona petrolera de Irn
que est en controversia
Se anuncia que los fanticos musulmanes
estn atacando las iglesias catlicas
TEHERAN. Junio 4 (UP).In-
fornrqa confirmados que circu-
lan aqu dicen que han coate ti-
zado desrdenes en el sur de
Irn en la vecindad de los cam-
pos petroleros en controversia,
y los fanticos musulmanes es-
tn atacando las iglesias cat-
licas.
Se ha informado que dos per-
sonas han resultado muertas en
la lucha entre fanticos y la
polica en la ciudad de Aheaz.
Otro Informe dice que cien-
tos de fanticos irrumpieron en
la iglesia catlica de Aadan,
pero que la polica logr dis-
persarlos sin consecuencias tr-
gicas.
Una brigada d<> paracaidistas
ingleses est lista para ir
a Irn en caso necesario
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
e La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS ORDENES.
Rio Abalo #2154Tel. J-.524.
Almacn Calle "I" #
Tel. 2-1751
Tenemos eo existencia:
hierro de
refuerzo
ClXvos
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2" x 6 T x 8'
Calibre 26
1
LONDRES. Junio 4 (UP> -
Unos tres mil miembros de la
18a. Brigada de paracaidistas
con su nuevo lema "listos para
todo" nartieron de Londres ruin
bo a Chinre en donde estarn
estacionados listos para cucl-
quier violencia en los campos
petroleros de Irn-
Mientras tanto, los funcin"-
ros de la Anglo-Iranian Oil C.,
y 'del Gobierno se encuentran
conferenciando sobre el nom-
bramiento de una comisin q-it
represente a Oran Bretaa en
las conferencias con el Gobier-
no de Irn que se han de cele-
brar en Tehern a fines de s-
ta semana .
Se espera que el Gabinete
Britnico se rena maana pa-
ra preparar loa planes finale*
ae las conferencias sobre la na-
cionalizacin del petrleo.
Fuentes bien informadas di-
jeron que Gran Bretaa ha a
ceptado el plan de nacionaliza-
cin, en principio, pero insia'.e
en un arreglo adecuado que ja-
rantlce el envi continuo de pe-
trleo al oeste.
La brigada de paracaiditf.
se traslad a Portsmouth per
tren para embarcarse a Chipre.
El Marlscgl Vizconde Mon4gc-
mery los despidi, y se supo gua
en caso que surjan violencrca
en Irn, Gran Bretaa es*.a
preparada para evacuar po.- la-
\a area 1,500 mujeres, y mUJ"
os que se encuentran en Irn,
familiares de los ingleses que
encuentran trabajando para '*
compaa petrolera.
Los ciudadanos de Estados Unidos
que entran extraoficialmente a
Checoeslovaquia no tienen garantas
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
WASHINGTON, Junio 4 (UP)
- Fuentes oficiales dijeron cue
' Gobierno de Estados Uniuos
considera que no hay garantas
para los norteamericanos que
entran extraoficialmente en
Checoeslovaquia,
Agregaron que durante los l-
timos tres aos de rgimen co-
munista en ese pas, los nortca-
Kieracanos han sido molestados
detenidos y encarcelados pu-
las autoridades comunistas Dos.
y posiblemente tres, norteame-
ricanos han desaparecido tras
el teln de hierro.
El Departamento de Estauo a
nuncio que ha prohibido a i "-*
norteamericanos viajar a Che-
coeslovaquia "hasta nueva or-
den'
La medida fu. aparnteme-
le, precipitada por la detencin
del periodista de la Prensa A-.
sociada, William N. Oatis, lle-
vada a cabo el 2 de Abril. v>a-
fis fu acusado de actlvldatte
nostles al Estado checo". L<*
cjmunlstas sostuvieron que ha-
bla obtenido, y difundido inter-
nacin considerada, como s-
creta.
Oatis contina encarcelado a
pesar de las protestas de Beca-
dos Unidos.
Noel Field, ciudadano norte-
americano, desapareci en Che-
coeslovaquia en Mayo de 194?.
Su esposa Herta desaparee
tres meses ms tarde
Un estudiante norteamerica-
no, John Havasta. fu detenido
en el otoo de 1848 y senttn- |
oado a 3 aos de crcel, y rnaa
Urde a 10 aos acusado de e-
yiionaje.


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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA HUT!

!
El Basketball Mayor Inicia Su 2a
Semana Con Dos Comentados Juegos
Chocan esta noche
Bam vs Lord Chester
y Mauricio Maduro
ESTADO DE LOS sU,l'lPOS
(Basketball Provincial)
PERSONAL DERECHAZO DE GARZA
Lord Chester
Dep. Bam ..
Dep. Mauricio
Carta Vieja ..
Dep. Madurin
O P
s
1 1
1 1
1 s
2
JUEGOS DE ESTA NOCHE
CAM vs. LORD CHESTER
7.0 p.m.
MADIRI vs. MAURICIO
Eugenio Vuvn Lureando
1:31 p.m.
Por ACHET
Un magnifico doble juego del
.Circuito Mayor orece eata no-
che la Liga Provincial de
Basketball en el Gimnasio Na-
cional
DEPORTIVO RAM
va.
LORD CHESTER
Este partido est llamado a
resultar el ms reido de la no-
che, toda vez que lost Clgarrl-
lleros ponen en juego su In-
victo ante un rival sumamente
peligroso como es el Bam. Am-
bos competidores se encuentran
bien entrenados y confian en
brindar un gran partido. Plndl
Perdomo y Naylor Roy ton tos
arbitros de este choque.
MADURIN vs. MAURICIO
En eate choque se vern por
primera vea estos encarnizados
rivales, que parece han estado
aperando pacientemente esta
I fecha, para ver quien es quien.
Los muchachos de Mauricio Me-
nasche estn en magnificas po-
siciones y un triunfo sobre los
pupilos de Arturo Maduro los
ayudarla muchsimo, pero el ca-
so es que esta noche el Madu-
rito va en pos de su primera
I victoria por lo que se pronos -
I tica 'un reido cotejo. Manuel
Cardales y Felipe Perdomo, son
los arbitros de este Interesante
I desafio. Gilberto Morales' y Cris-
Itbal Sarmiento son los ano-
|t adores y Crelo y Alzpur los
I cronometristas.
Vuelve otra vez a ocupar el
puesto de honor, el consumado
muletero Lorenzo Garza, que'
ms de una vez hemos presen-,
tado a la amable atencin del
lector en Ilustraciones especia-
les para esta columna taurina.
En sta ocasin, como arriba
notamos, Restrepo nos muestra
en uuo de sus dibujos a tinta
china el muletazo que con la
franela ingeniosa, creara el
diestro Lorenzo Garza, como
"Su Personal Derecho.'"
El pase en mencin se ejecu-
ta con cierta frecuencia, pero
no es comn ver que cualquier
torero sea el que atine a Ne-
varlo a cabo con regular pre-
cisin, no tanto por los com-
pases que ste requiere, sino por
lo expuesto que resulta para el
coletudo."
La plasticidad de este dere-
rhaso pone en manifiesto la in-
confundible personalidad de)
diestro reglmontano, que una
ves ms, clasifica entre uno de
los toreros que con ms tem-
ple han manejado la "paosa"
en el redondel.
PICADOR.
Ditrani perdi
lyer por 3 a 0 en
[o accidentado
I El conjunto capitalino d fut-
ol mayor, Deportivo Ditrani
erdi ayer el juego que aos-
nvo con el Alajuelense en San
fos de Costa Rica por 2 tan-
tos a 0. en un accidentado y
aovldo partido.
Faltando unos siete minutos
ira finalizar el juego, se tor-
io una ria entre los juga-
dores, teniendo que intervenir
los directores y guardas, y en
>lsta del ambiente caldeado fu
necesario suspender el juego.
El primer tiempo termin 1
0 a favor de los ticos. A los
|els minutos del segundo tiem-
los costarricenses asegura-
fon el triunfo con otro tanto
a los 38 minutos marcaron
|1 tercer goal.
Debido al juego peligroso que
ataban desarrollando, fu Ba-
ndo del cuadro un jugador
|el Atajuele se; luego el j,ue-
brusco provoc la reyerta
|ue dio lugar en forma amen-
able a dar por terminado el
icuentro sin finalizar el tlem-
reglamentarlo.
[I Dep. Cela triunf
en la apertura del
Basketball Menor
I Los equipos Ciela Gonzlez
Fuerte 15 tuvieron a su car-
el sbado el juego de aper-
ra del Campeonato de Baslcet-
11 Masculino de Segunda Ca-
Jgoria de la Liga Provincial
Panam, saliendo airoso el
iero por 40 a 23.
| El Dr. Alberto Blasot' Jr. lan-
a primera bola de este
loque, en representacin del
api tan. Pedro Julio Prez.
|B Cela Gonzlez actu en
Irma "tinada y triunf hol-
>damente, demostrando exec-
utes condiciones oara resul-
uno de los finalistas.
Estos dos equipos pe rtee-
al Grupo "Gringo de la
ardla."
justa continuar maana
lias 7 de la noche en el Glm-
flo Nacional, con tres Jue-
entre los quintetos Pan-
nerlcano vs. Pepsi, Madurin vs.
rque Lefevre y Rebeldes vs.
" nex.
NI EL AGUA DETUVO AL LANZADOR HOWIE JUDSON.
Howie Jodson, lanzador derecho del Chicago, calienta su bra-
zo despus de un receso motivado por la lluvia. El cuadro
interior tuvo que ser tapado por una lona para que no se
llenara de agua. Paul Richards, nuevo Manager del Club,
observa las condiciones de Judson.
Thompson derrot
anoche a Peralta
en el 3er. asalto
Luis Thompson termin ano-
che con el invicto de Leonel
Peralta, al derrotarlo por no-
caut tcnico al minuto y 4
segundos del tercer asalto, de
la pelea pactada a diez vuel-
tas que sostuvieron en el Gim-
nasio Nacional.
La pelea result interesan-
te y movida desde el principio,
ya que en el primer asalto, Pe-
ralta sorprendi a Thompson
con un golpe al estmago se-
guido de otro a lu quljaaa pa-
ra enviarlo a la lona por la
cuenta reglamentarla de ocho
segundos.
En el segundo acto, Thomp-
son reaccion bien y se anoto
esta* vuelta. En el tercer epi-
sodio, despus de varios cam-
bios de golpes, Thompson co-
nect de lleno a Peralta en-
vindolo a la lona; el darleni-
ta se Incorpor pero no pudo
continuar el combate, y el ar-
bitro Pinzn declar ganador
entonces a Thompson.
Peralta a port valiente y
agresivo y no rehuy la pelea.
Luis Thompson boxe mucho
mejor y conect buenos golpes
para triunfar claramente. Con
esta victoria Thompson mejo-
r su clasificacin en la ca-
tegora nacional de los ligeros
y avanz un gran trecho para
convertirse en un nuevo dolo
del boxeo en el barrio de Ce-
lidonia.
En el semifinal Vicente Wo-
rrell derrot tambin por no-
caut tcnico en el tercer a-
salto a Baby Velantlne.
Welsh Loch Gan Ayer El
Clsica "Hipdromo Nal.^
_______
Una desastrosa monta del jinete Gomes decret la
derrota del gran caballo ingls del
Cart agallo, Main Road
Por RDEME
Balo una monta desastrosa
perdi ayer Main Road el Cl-
sico Hipdromo Nacional, prue-
ba central de la cartilla hpica
dominical y en la cual as im-
puso sorpresivamente el caba-
llo Welsh Loch.
Main Road qua sali todo
enredado de la gatera, fu con*
ducldo por el jinete Reinaldo
Gmez, que reemplaz al chi-
leno Jorge Contreras quien su-
fri una aparatosa oaida o
sbado por lo cual tuvo que ser
| recluido en el Hospital Pana-
m. Gmez no sabia como co-
rrer a ste gran equino y
| despus de muchos tropiezos,
el caballo pudo extenderse o
sus anchas, y desde la ltima
colocacin avanz hasta ocupar
el segundo puesto.
La carrera se desarroll en
EL DERBY DE EPSOM. Artie Prince, cotizado 28-1, se im-
pone en el Derby de Epsom por seis largos de ventaja mien-
tras que Sybils Nephew cotizado 50 a 1 y Signal Box, cotiza-
do 20-1 terminaron en el segundo y tercer lugar respectiva-
mente. En esta vista se puede apreciar claramente el triunfo
de Artie Prince en esta clsica carrera del turf ingls.
Hispano y Pacfico mejoraron opcin
con los resultados de ayer en ftbol
forma seida principalmente
entre Phoebus Apollo y Wehrt
Loch. Este ltimo la semana
pasada realiz una presenta*
clon bastante dudosa, pues en
esta ocasin sall dispuesto a
ganar y desde temprano lucho
por el comando contra e] pun*
tero. Faltando 400 metros pa-
ra finalizar la carrera paso a
la punta Welsh Loch, mientras
que Dictador avanz hacia el
segundo puesto y Phoebus Apo-
llo se renda en la tercera co-
locacin. En la tierra dere-
cha se present Main Road,
pero ya el triunfo lo tenia ase-
;urado Welsh Loch y el pupi-
o del Stud Cantagallo, que era
el gran favorito, se tuvo quo
conformar con el segundo lu-
gar. Tercero lleg Dictador y
cuarto Phoebus Apollo.
Welsh Loch olvidado en las
apuestas reparti a ganador la
suma de B.17.40.
i
El Daar se impuso al Crdenas en la
inauguracin del baloncesto femenino
Una crecida concurrencia vio
al Daar imponerse al Sastre-
ra Crdenas en la apertura del
Campeonato Femenino de!
Basketball Mayor el sbado en|
el Gimnasio Nacional. Antes del
partido se verific el desfile'
de los equipos tomando parte I
el Daar, Crdenas y Chevrolet.
El Sr. Ministro de Educacin,
Profesor Ricardo Bermdez lan-
z la primera bola. El triunfo
del Daar sobre la Sastrera
Crdenas fu de 29 a 19, de-
mostrando las ganadoras mejor
acoplamiento que sus contra*
ras. Brillante labor realizaron
por las ganadoras Homobona
espinosa que fu el eje de su
equipo, Berta Holmes, Nez,'""
Perlgault, Herazo y otras, mien-
tras que por el Crdenas me-
rece mencin especial la seo
ra Brunilda Cooper de Hogan,
que dirigi en todo momento
el ataque de su equipo. .\
La justa continuar el mir-
coles, con el debut de los equi-
pos Operten y Chevrolet do
Coln.
Social Deportivo
TEM MOLINA
CUMPLE AROS HOT
El entusiasta y destacado de-
portista local Temistocles Mo-
lina celebra hoy su cumpleaos
f a las numerosas felicltscio-
ues que reciba agregamos sin-
ceramente las nuestras.
"Tem'' es una de las figu-
ras de relieve en nuestro ft-
bol, j su trayectoria presenta
numerosos cargos que ha de-
sempeado en este deporte a
completa satisfaccin. Contina
an en forma activa en el ba-
lompi nacional y juega actual-
mente en la posicin de guar-
dameta en el Deportivo Ditra-
ni.
Salieron de perdedor
los licoreros en el
Basketball Mayor
En final electrizante se im-
Suso el sbado en el Gimnasio
acional el Carta Vieja al Ma-
durlto por 49 a 48, para lograr
asi los "licoreros" su primer
triunfo en la contienda mas-
culina del basketball mayor
Dos magnficos refuerzos del
conjunto ganador, sumados a
la magnifica labor de Tower,
Alleyne, Joseph y Magdaleno,
dieron el tan esperado triunfo
a los pupilos de Jos French.
Por el conjunto perdedor tu-
vieron una brillante labor Aro-
semena y Marcos "Feo" Agullar.
que debut esa noche con el
conjunto de Madurito, logrando
Arosemena 21 punto y Agullar
18.
El partido se decidi en los
ltimos segundos y estuvo a
punto de dar otro resultado
cuando Bernardo "Nato" G-
mez lanz desde el centro una
larga que dl en el mismo bor-
de del aro, y de haber llegado
el baln un eentimetro mas vi
Madurito hubiera sido el ga-
nador. Esta noche prosigue la
lusta con un Interesante doble
fuego.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de la. Categora
Provincia de Panam
O E P Pts.
Ditrani......8 2 9 8
Ancn........4 0 18
Hispano ........8 1 2 7
Pacifico......2 13 5
Ibrico ......114 3
Huracn .. .. ..1 1 4 3
Hispano y Pacifico mejoraron
puntuacin en sus respectivas
posiciones con los resultados de
los dos juegos que ofreci ayer
tarde el campeonato de ftbol
o> primera categora de la Pro-
vincia de Panam, donde el
Hispano se Impuso al Huracn
por 3 goles a 1, y Pacifico e
Ibrico empataron a un tanto.
El partido entre Hispano y
Huracn result reido duran-
te todo su desarrollo y el pri-
mer tiempo termin empatado
a un tanto. En la segunda mi-
tad, la lucha continu apreta-
da y los espaoles lograron la
victoria en la ltima fase del
encuentro.
En el otro juego Pacifistas e
Ibricos ofrecieron un movido
encuentro, donde los espao-
les lucharon con tesn para
obtener un empate y dar un
nuevo paso en su propsito de
salir de ia retaguardia.
Medias Blancas y Medias Rojas
Dividieron Honores Ayer y Los
Yanquis Perdieron Dos Veces
La Compaa No. 1 se adue
del Comando del softball del
Cuerpo de Bomberos de Panam
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G P Pts.
Compaa No. 1 .. .. 4 1 .800
Compaa No. 5 .. .. 8 1 .759
Compaa No. 3 .. .. 3 1 .9(1
Compaa No. 4 .. .. 3 1 .809
Permanente .. .. ... 3 3 .590
B. de Cornetas .. .. 2 1 .590
Electricistas .. .. .. 2 2 .590
Compaa No. 2 .. .. 2 1 .499
Comandancia .. 1 3 .259
Compaa No. 8 .. .. 9 4 .999
La jornada softbolera del
Cuerpo de Bomberos celebra-
da ayer result bastante inte-
resante y los cuatro Juegos lle-
varon &ran cantidad de fan-
ticos.
En los partidos celebrados en
Santa Rita el equipo de los
Electricistas derrot a la Co-
mandancia por la abultada a-
notacln de 26 carreras a 10.
En el segundo Juego el equi-
po de la Compaa No. 3 se
impuso a la No. 2 por anota-
cin de 10 carreras a 3.
En los choques llevados a ca-
bo en la Plaza Amador Gue-
rrero, la Guardia Permanente
gan estrechamente a la Ban-
da de de Cornetas en el mejor
Juego de la actual temporada.
En otro de los Juegos cele-
brados en este parque la Com-
paa No. i derrot a la No. 4
por 13 carreras a 10.
SERVICIO DE LA PRENSA
UNIDA
Los Medias Blancas de Chi-
cago dividieron honores con
los Medias Rojas de Boston en
los dos Juegos celebrados ayer.
En el primero de ellos los bos-
tonianos ganaron por anota-
cin de 7 carreras a 5, pero
en el segundo los punteros de
la Liga Americana lograron Im-
ponerse por anotacin de 11
carreras a 2. Mientras tanto
los Yanquis de Nueva York per-
dieron en sus dos compromi-
sos frente a los Indios de Cle-
veland, por anotacin de 8 ca-
rreras a 3 y 4 a 1.
En los otros juegos de la
Liga Americana los Senadores
de Washington vencieron a los
Tigres de Detroit por 8 carre-
ras a 4 y los Atltlcos ganaron
dos veces a los Carmelitas por
7 carreras a 3 y 0 a 6.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
EN LA LIGA NACIONAL
Los Mentirosos de Brooklyn
Citacin Deportivo
BASKETBALL DE CATEDRAL
Se pide la puntual asistencia
a todos los directores de la Li-
ga y Representantes a la reu-
nin de esta noche a las 8 en
el Taller de Mecnica Soma
Calle P, Frente a la Tropl-
durai, para acordar Importan-
tes asuntos en relacin con o
campeonato que se Inaugurar
la prxima semana.
aumentaron su ventaja en el
primer lugar de este circuito
al derrotar dos veces a los
Cachorros de Chicago por 8
carreras a 3 y 3 carreras a 2.
Los Gigantes de Nueva York
y los Cardenales de San Luis
dividieron honores al ganar los
neoyorquinos el primero por 1
carrera a 0 y los Cardenales
el segundo 4 carreras a 3.
En los dems juegos los Ro-
jos de Cincinnati vencieron en
ambos juegos a los Bravos da
Boston por anotaciones de 3-1
y 4-2. Los Phillies mientras
tanto lograban apalear dos ve-
ces a los Piratas por 8 a 3 y
11 a 2.
i tomnm todo i fil! Y tm
la nariz obstruida y la garganta
irritada. Harta que-
'OMBINACION DE FORTALEZA Y RAPIDEZ. Orestes Ml-
oso, la tercera base de los Medias Blancas, es tan fuerte
como rpido, se frota la cabeza despus de haber sido gol-
peado sor un lanzamiento del lanzador Willard Nixon de los
Medias Rojas en el primer episodio en el Parque Fenway en
Boston. El receptor Buddy Rosar del Boston y Robinson del
Chicago le prestan su ayuda: despus de esto Miosa volvi
al partido.
PED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores Droppnw
El Alemn aument -
ventaja en el comando
del ftbol de segunda
ESTADO DE LOS CONJUNTOS
Ftbol de 2a. Categora
Provincia de Panam
Alemn .. .. .. t
Santander ...... 1
Ancn ir.......t
Ambato......I
Hispano Jr. ._ .. 1
Amrica......1
Pacfico de 2a. ..
E F FU.
2 9 8
9
1
1
1
2
3
4
4
3
3
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EL DEMONIO DE LA VELOCIDAD. Lee Wallard, sonre
complacido de; pues de haber sanado .la clsica carrera de
autos de Indianapolis e Imponer el record de 126,244 millas
por hora. EsU era la cuarta vez que Lee Wallard participaba
en esta clsica prueba de Indianapolis que se celebra en el
Da de los Difuntos.
El Deportivo Alemn aumen-
t ventaja en el primer pues-
to y el Ancn Jr. perdi su in-
victo, con los resultados de los
dos Juegos de ayer en el cam-
peonato de ftbol de segunda
categora de la Liga Provincial
de Panam, al empatar Ale-
mn y Santander a un tanto
mientras que el Ambato le ga-
n a los anconlstaa menores
por 3 a 2.
Adems el Santander subi
al segundo lugar para nivelar
acciones con el Ancn Jr., si-
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rAUINA I
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIABIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, JUNIO 4, 151
/taque comunista a Honk Kong puede
guerra
RED
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY
HOY LUNES
P.M
3::;o ii Hilo Perdido
Cortesa de Avena Quaker
3:45 Una vo Emocional
con Betty Williamson
4:00 Noticiero "Pereira"
Cort. Almacenes Pereira
4:30 Dedicatorias.
6:UU vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 La Cancionera
Sentimental
con Kcrlma Galastica
>6:30 II Molino Silencioso
dramatlzacln
8:45 oiis canciones preerldas
Flavio Garcia
acompaa Lucho Muo/
cortesa Floristera Valvn
7:00 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano.
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Mi Marido. Dramatizacion
"Camel"
7:30 Pajinas de Amor.
Dramatlzacln. Cortesa
El guila Imperial
17:45 ."erenata de Us Americas
f'o Solis y Gmez
,8:00 Genoveva
Novela dramatizada
Cort. almacenes La Aurora
'8:15 Noticiero RPA
8:30 Msica espaola
8:45 Esta tierra y sus hombres
9:00 Francia y su msica
9:15 Grandes artistas
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Versos para ti
con Anita Vlllalaz
10:30 Un Buen Negocio
Programa BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
Himno Nacional
Todo parece indicar que la
legendaria ciudad esta en gran
peligro por parte de los rojos
MAANA MARTES
A.M
6:00 Buenos Dias
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo de Vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzacln
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
P.M.
K:15 Noticiero 'Sparton"
12:30 Lucho Azcrraga
y su. rgano
Cort. Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Los boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de America
2:00 Noticiero
Cort. Lotera Nacional
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa
del guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorta
Entre Naranjos.
Dramatlzacln
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Fernndez
3:15 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatlzacln
Por F. K. Wu
(N.A.N.A.)
HONG KONG, Junio 4 (EPS)
Los corresponsales que reco-
rren esta zona predicen que
Hong Kong vive sus ltimos das
debido a la amenaza de la Chi-
na comunista, pero los diarios
chinos lmparciales de esta colo-
nia no comparten esta opinin.
Dichos diarlos estn de a-
cuerdo en que no es probable
que los comunistas chinos, des-
pus de los reveses sufridos en
Corea, vayan a trasladar sus
soldados al sur. a dos mil cua-
trocientos kilmetros de distan-
cia, para atacar Hong Kong, a
menos que la Rusia sovitica
est preparada para desencade-
nar una tercera guerra mundial.
De estallar una guerra general
en Asia o en Europa. Chiang
Kai-shek no perdera tiempo en
enviar sus magnificas tropas
desde Formosa para reconquis-
tar el sur de la China, cuyo
pueblo anhela ser liberado de
las sangrantes manos del co-
munismo.
Concurriendo con la opinin
editorial de estos diarios, los ob-
servadores chinos sealaron que
el presidente Truman en su
dec re o del 27 de junio de 1950.
que neutralizaba a Formosa
tuvo el propsito de impedir la
extensin de una tercera gue-
rra mundial, pero que en caso
de que el eje Mosc-Pekn se
lanzara a una contienda mun-
dial que arrastrara ciertamen-
te a la misma a los Estados
Unidos y a# la Gran Bretaa,
no ?e pondran ms objeciones
al desembarco de fuerzas na-
cionalistas de Formosa para
que reconquistasen la China
continental de manos de los
comunistas.
En tal caso, cualquier amena-
za comunista contra Hong Kong
seria eliminada, segn la opi-
nin de estos observadores,
quienes sealaron que los sol-
dados britnicos de la Vlgslma-
sptlma Brigada, que estuvieron
en lo ms recio de los comba-
tes en la Corea, se encuentran
de regreso en Hong Kong para
defender a esta colonia de la
corona britnica de una posible
Invasin por parte del mismo
enemigo.
Los Informes de fuente fide-
digna, procedentes de Hankow
y de" Cantn, no indicaron con-
centracin alguna de fuerzas
comunistas eu la China central
y meridional, ya que todas las
mejores tropas se encuentran
combatiendo a las fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas en Corea,
o se mantienen e.i reserva en
la Manchuria. El Cuarto Cuer-
po de Ejrcito, a las rdenes
del general Lln Plao. se en-
cuentra en control de la China
central y meridional, que con-
sisten de las provincias Kuang-
Tung, Kuang-Sl. Kiang-Si, Hu-
Nan, Hu-Peh y Ho-Nan; pero
menos de doscientos cincuenta
mil soldados estn de guarni-
cin en esta enorme rea.
Circuios nacionalistas dijeron
que lejos de proyectar un ata-
que contra Hong Kong, las au-
toridades comunistas en Canton
han instruido a los obreros fe-
rroviarios para que levanten los
rieles en la ferrovia Cantn-
Kowloon, desde Shlh-Lung, a o-
rillas del Si-Kiang. hasta Shum-
Chun, el pueblo fronterizo que
queda frente a territorio bri-
tnico. Este paso se Interpreta
como una precaucin por parte
de los comunistas para impe-
dir cualquier posibilidad de In-
vasin del sur de la China por
las divisiones nacionalistas de
Formosa y. posiblemente, por
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas,
en caso de una guerra mundial.
La radio de Pekn y la Agen-
cia de Noticias de la Nueva
China, que son los principales
rganos de propaganda comu-
nista, dijeron casi todos los das
que "el imperialismo norteame-
ricano y los reaccionarios del
Kuo-mlntang" son ua y carne
y conspiran contra "el pueblo
chino". Por tanto, individuos de
quienes se sospecha que sean
"agentes (en la mayora de los
casos vctimas propiciatorias)
de estos Imperialistas y reaccio-
narios", son llevados casi a dia-
rlo a los lugares de ejecucin
como medio de aliviar los te-
mores de Invasin que abrigan
los comunistas.
Segn Informes, la provincia
de Kuang-Tung. con la cual li-
mita Hong Kong, tiene una
guarnicin de seis ejrcitos del
Cuarto Cuerpo, que asciende a
ciento veinte mil oficiales y a\~
dados. as como cinco divisiones
suplementarias (equivalentes a
algo parecido a la guardia na-
cional en los Estados Unidos),
que ascienden a unos cincuenta
mil hombres. En realidad, los
seis ejrcitos de tropas de linea
o regulares tienen menos de
ochenta mil hombres, ya que
buena parte de ellos, especial-
mente las tropas fogueadas, se
encuentran en accin en la Co-
rea, segn dijeron circuios bien
informados.
Las tropas comunistas en el
sur y en el sudoeste de la Chi-
na estn desplegadas tan es-
pacladamente que se han sus-
pendido las operaciones en el
Tibet y se ha limitado el envo
de "voluntarlos" para ayudar al
ejrcito del Vletmlnh, dirigido
por los comunistas en la Indo-
china, a menos de veinte mil
hombres, quienes no se encuen-
tran todava en accin contra
los franceses.
En vista de sus escasas fuer-
zas, el distrito militar de la
China central y meridional, con
cuartel general en Han-Keu,
esta recurriendo a los asesores
soviticos para construir un sis-
tema de barreras y obras de
defensa a lo largo de la costa
del sur de China, y para or-
ganizar un ncleo de la fuerza
area y de la marina en Yulln-
Kang. en el sur de la Isla de
Hainan, cerca de la costa meri-
dional de la provincia de
Kuang-Tung.
Se distinguen en "Tarde de Toros"
Los crticos en general, tanto
los de Estados Unidos como los
de Mxico, estn de acuerdo en
afirmar que las dos actuacio-
nes ms completas y mejor lo-
gradas de la pelcula "Tarde de
Toros" (The Bullfighter ^And
The Lady), son las de Gilbert
Roland,, como Manolo Estrada,
as de los matadores mexicanos,
y la de Katy Jurado, como su
abnegada y amante esDosa. Es-
ta ltima que hasta ahora ha-
ba caracterizado vampiresas en
el cine, sorprende por su com-
prensiva y honda interpretacin
de un difcil papel dramtico.
"Tarde de Toros", es la ex-
traordinaria cinta taurina qua
ha entusiasmado ardorosamente
los pblicos y crticos nortt-i
americanos y latinos. Su estre-
no en todo Centro y Sur Am-
rica se efectuar el Jueves pr-
ximo en los Teatros Lux y Ce-
cilia.
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MARIO
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ANA MARIA CAMPOY,
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COMUNISTAS *
nante aun cuando no se tro-
piece con dificultades. "Se co-
nocen las rondas de la polica
y se las vigila, pero la oposi-
cin cambia sus tcticas todas
las semanas. Esta uno con In-
dividuos que aprendieron a ha-
cer esto hurtndoles el cuerpo
a las patrullas alemanas. Las
ordenes se dan en un susurro.
El trabajo se hace con rapidez.
Los participantes se ven re-
compensados con la emocin
de ver a lbs transentes pa-
rarse a leer su obra a la ma-
ana siguiente.
Ni Stalln ni de Gaulle les or-
denan de hecho a sus seguido-
res que vayan a pegar carteles.
Elios se contentan con sumi-
nistrar los gritos de combate.
Los lderes del partido respec-
tivo en la localidad se encar-
gan del resto.
La radio da Stalin llega a
todos los rincones de Francia
en las horas mejores para es-
cuchar. He Gaulle recorre el
pais haciendo discursos polticos
I en vspera de las elecciones. .
I DESDE EL
JUEVES!
Un Estreno.... Espectacular!
Alegre!... Musical...!
De Gaulle tiene el propsito
de presentarse en Veraalles
residencia actual del general
Dwlght Elsenhower el 7 dei
Junio.,Sus seguidores estn com-
batiendo all una acalorada
campaa comunista. Estos _han_
llenado de carteles las paredes,
pudlendo leerse en aqullos su
grito de combate: "Elsenhower,
regresa a los Estados Unidos!"
Y Versalles tiene ms paredes
que casi cualquier otro luga
de Francia. ____
Una clara y regocijante ad-
vertencia para los galanes
de 15 a 60 aos!...
LEONORA AMAR
CARLOS CORES
TEATRO CENTRAL
HOY PRESENTA HOY
a las 9 p.m.
"UN ESTRENO SORPRESIVO"
UNA SUPERPRODUCCIN RKO RAOIO!
LA PELCULA QUE TODO EL MUNDO ESPERA!
TARDE VTOROS
HOY!
GRAN
XITO!
PRESIDENTE
BAILES Y
"CANCIONES
DE MODA!
MADRES QUE NO MERECEN SERLO...
HIJOS QUE NO DEBAN HABER NACIDO...
HOMBRES SIN FE NI DIGNIDAD.. .
En una pelcula que tiene el
encanto de la tamborera pa-
namea. ..
LA COCALECA
NINON SEVILLA
PEREZ PRADO
y su Orquesta
RITA MONTAN ER
- en -
"VICTIMAS
DEL PECADO"
HOY ULTIMO DA!
"Y... MURI POR
NOSOTROS"
- con -
"ESCUELA PARA
CASADAS"
UN DOBLE 8ENSACIONALI
JUEVES
LA PELCULA 100 x 100
POLTICA!...
EL SR.
GOBERNADOR
LUIS AGUILAR
RITA MACEDO
SE ABRE LA CAMPAA
ELECCIONARIA...
El Mejor, cl Ms Completo, el Ms Dramtico
Drama Taurino que se ha Filmado!
con Robert Stack Gilbert Roland Katy
Jurado Joy Page John Hubbard
i Y LOS MEJORES TOREROS DEL MUNDO!
JUEVES PROXIMO
LUX y CECILIA
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!------
Los aspirantes a ser postu-
lados pueden aprender el
arte del buen gobierno... Con
este "Sr. Gobernador" que
sabe hacer la felicidad de
los asociados... I

ES MAGNIFICO! I
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EL MAS DIABLICO DE LOS
ILUSIONISTAS!
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TEAJRO LUX =
Cartas que desUlan veneno, barita* por
un. mino misteriosa, que siembra la
vana h ...... ..w.
un. mano mluterlosa. qua
duda y traicin I...
. Charles Linda
BOYF.R DARNELL
ConiUnce
SMITH
\
CENTRAL
John PAYNE Maureeen
O'HARA, en
"TRIPOLI"
(en colores)
HIGH ADV
THE
U.S. MAR
(RTASVE NOSAS^
BELLA VISTA
:M. :. 5:15. 7:W. 1:1 >._
La Historia de un Genio
Musical de 10 ao I
Las mil conmo-
vedoras emocio-
nas y la ms be-
lla msica reuni-
das en una pe-
lcula Inolvida-
ble!...
PRELUDIO"
TEATRO CECILIA =
DOS CAONAZOS!
La musical mas arrebatada y arrebatadora I
Betty GRABLE y Dan DA1LEY. en
"AMORES EN TOKIO" (en technicolor)
Ademas: "LA MARCA DEL ZORRO"
con Tyrone POWER y Linda DARNELL
TEATRO TROPICAL
La Aventura Ms Grande en la
Historia de la Humanidad!
Db LA TIERRA A
LA LUNA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Aceadlcloaad*
A las 5:10 y :00 pin.
"LA JORNADA CVICA"
"EL JUICIO DEL
DR. ARNULFO ARIAS M."
Ademas: Dos Pelculas:
Vincent Price, en
"EL BARN de ARIZONA"
Don Barry, en
LA LEY de la HOMBRA"
TEATRO TIVOLI
Erro! Flynn Patricia
Gilmore, en
"LA ROCA"
Dennis Morgan, en
"LINDA EMBUSTERA"
VARIEDADES
La Historia de una Mujer
sin Escrpulos!...
Either
FERNANDEZ
Virter
JUNCO
- en -
FLOR DE
SANGRE"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Romance y Aventura I
John Derek Diana Lynn
- en .
"EL TEMIBLE
ROBIN HOOD"
- Adems: -
Lon McCallister. en
"UN YANKI EN COREA"
JEATRO VICTORIA
GLORIOSA EPOPEYA I
Richard Wldmark. en
HASTA EL ULTIMO HOW
- Adems: -
James Stewart, en
"LA SUESTE SE DIVIERTE1
TEATRO IRIS
Cantlnflas, en
'ROMEO Y JULIETA"
Sara Garca, en
"TA CANDELA"____
HISPANO
"EL JUICIO DEL DR. ARIAS"
"LA VIDA DE MANOLETE"
Ademas: Dos Pelculas I
"Cada Loco Con Su Tema"
"RINCN CRIOLLO"
TEATRO EDISON
Grandioso doble programa!
"AL FILO DE LA VIDA"
- y -
"EL DESTINO MANDA"
_V^ISTERMOSA_
NOCHE DE BANCOI ,
Humphrey Bogart en
"MUERTE EN UN BESO"
Steven Gray, en
"NOCHE TRGICA"
PACIFICO
"TIERRA DE
ESPERANZA"
Adems:
Spencer Tracy, en
"CON LOS BRAZOS
ABIERTOS'____
IDEAL
Gary Cooper, en
"El General Murle
Al AaaaaereC
[ Charleston Heston, en |
"EL VENGADOR
INVISIBLE"
APOLO
BARRIO DR
PERDICIN"
Adems:
"RECIN CASADOS,
NO MOLESTA*"


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