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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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MAJOR GENERAL RAV ^^SA?iaUi ilffo? SffiSgn
Chinese Fall Back Deeper
In Surprise Withdrawal
First Assignments Meted Out
For Pancanal's New Quarters
ACHESON UP Secretary of State Dean Afheaon contoues
his testimony before the Senate committee Investigating the
dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur Acheson has been the
target, of critical Republican members ot the committee.
asoline Prices
rise Tomorrow
tight Through RP
Starttng tomorrow., the cost
Df gasoline will be raised to 39c.
Panam, and to as high as
^e. in the Interior of Pana-
na. President Alclbiades Arose-
nena declared today.
Although he has not received
An official communication, he
stated that "the government is
interested In prevenitng the rise
t living costs, and will try by
whatever means possible, to
nold down the actual price of
gasoline"_________________
French Turn Tables;
Viet-Minhs Suffer
4,000 Casualties
HANOI, Ildochlna, June 5
(UP) French authorities said
today that Communist-led Viet
Minn forces have been pushed
on to the defensive after an
eight day assault.
They have suffered at least
4,000 casualties In their attempt
to capture the rich ricelands on
the southern edge of the Red
River delta near. here. ,
French troops, supported by
air, naval and armored units,
struck out early today in an of-
fensive reconnaissance against
the Communist forces.
Teen-Agers Fill
Balboa Court; Hear
Youth Sent To Jail
In a courtroom well filled with
teen-agers this morning, Judge
Ralph Chlttlck sentenced a 16-
year-old American to 10 days in
jail on a charge of petit larceny.
Tha trial in Balboa Magis-
trate's Court was against Rob-
ert Martin Carlln and his two
companions who were discovered
in the Knights of Columbus club-
room Saturday after stealing
money and merchandise.
Carlln is a second offender.
The other two boys, aged 18 and
14, were dismissed with a warn-
ing.
Judge Chlttlck. addressing the
youthful audience, stressed the
fact that they would do well to
learn a lesson from this warning,
that stealing was not smart, that
if it were not for the leniencv of
the D.A.'s office, which had
leaned over backwards in an at-
tempt to rehabilitate Carlln, he
would have been sent to the pe-
nitentiary for years. The Judge
pointed out that although the
sentence was small, Carlln's rec-
ord would follow him for the rest
of his life.
The theft was brought to the
attention of the Balboa Police by
a bank watchman who had no-
ticed a light on in the clubroom
at 2:30 In the morning. Investl-
ation by a policeman revealed
hat the screen had been ripped
open, a pin-ball machine which
was on the premises was broken
and merchandise from the coun-
ter looted. The three youths were
discovered upstairs.
DiSalle To Clamp
Controls Soon On
Grocery Prices
WASHINGTON. June S (UP)
Price Controller Michael V.
DiSalle intends to start clamp-
ing dollars-and cents celling
prices on the nation's grocery
stores within the next 30 days.
He told the United Labor Po-
licy committee that the pro-
gram, know as a "community
pricing" system, will cover
about 15 to 20 food products at
first, Including beef.
The first assignment* have
been made by the Housing Divi-
sion to new Quarters constructed
during the present fiscal year,
making one of the first mile-
stones in the Canal's long ranRe
housing program that is sched-
uled to extend over the next
seven to ten years and cost $80,-
000,000
The construction and site de-
velopment work scheduled for
this year is progressing well on
all the projects now under way
In Diablo Heights. Camp
Coiner, Silver City, Gatun. Mar-
garita. Ancon and Balboa, ac-
cording to Col. George K. With-
ers, Engineering and Construc-
tion Director.
The first assignment was ac-
cepted this week for one apart-
ment in a 'UP ' 'lvenduP?:
es constructed by the Building
Division on Hains Street in Dia-
blo Heights, the first quarters
to be completed in the housing
^Assignments to, the remainder
of this group of composite-type
duplexes on Hains Street will
be made within the next two
weeks, according to H. L. Dono-
van. Community Services Dl-
"m Camp Coiner, the BuUding
Summer (lasses
To Be Determined
By Enrollments
Only those classes for which
a sufficient number of student*,
are enrolled the minimum is
10 will be given at the sum-
mer session of the Canal Zone
Junior College. Dean Roger t-
Hackett emphasized today.
Registration for both Atlantic
and Pacific Side cesses will
take place Friday and classes
will begin next Monday, June
il;The registration periods are
from 7:15 to 11:45 o'clock In the
morning. 12:45 to 4:15 o clock
In the afternoon, and 6.30 to
8 30 o'clock in the evening
Contracts will be signed and
tuition collected during the re-
gistration period. Pacific Side
students will register at trie
Junior College Building; Atlan-
tic Slders will register at the
High School in New Cristobal.
On the Pacific Side. 20 morn-
ing courses and 29 evening
courses will be offered. On the
Atlantic Side the courses will M
limited to six: Business English,
English Composition, Mechanic-
al Drawing, U. S. History, Mod-
ern European History and Gen-
eral Mathematics. All but the
first two will be on a high schoo
level. Dean Hackett said. All
Atlantic 81de courses will be In
the evening.
A number of students have
indicated their desire for cer-
tain of the summer courses but
there are some amone them
Business Law for which there
are still vacancies which must
be filled before the course can
be given. This class will be
taught by Edward H. Alunan.
Division has recently completed
four additional duplexes for lo-
cal-rate employes which will be
transferred to the Housing Divi-
m within the next few days
for aslgnment.
Completion of these four
houses, built with savings ef-
fected in the construction, of 27
quarters buildings In that com-
munity In the last fiscal year,
closes a housing program at
Camp Coiner which has been in
progress since 1945 In which 107
quarters buildings have been
constructed. It was not expected
originally that the construction
there could be completed until
additional funda were made
available for the project next
year.
Two duplexes for US-rate em-
ployes, being constructed by the
Building Division on Oayacan
Terrace In Ancon, will be com-
pleted bv about the end of June.
In addition to housing under
construction by Building Divi-
sion forces, present indications
are that some of the quarters
being built under contract may
be completed well ahead of
schedule, according to Col.
Withers. "
It now seems probable that
some of the masonry houses be-
ing constructed by Isthmian
Constructor, Inc., on Endicott
and Morrison Streets, in Diablo
Height, may be completed some
months ahead of the scheduled
October completion date. There
are 22 houses under construction
in thla area and it Is possible
that some of them might be
made aavllabl for transfer to
the Housing Division within two
r-onths. according to Col. With-
ers.
The construction of 16 compo-
site type quarters on First and
^th Street in Margarita, being
biillt under contract by Panpa-
clflc Construction Corporation,
ilso is proceeding well ahead of
chedule and maV be completed
is arly as July. This townslte
ixtension waa scheduled for
completion in December.
Another group of eight apart-
ment In an area, north of the
commissary on the East side of
Jadwin Road In Gatun. being
built by the Building Division, Is
scheduled for completion in Oc-
tober.
The townslte extension project i
in Silver City, where 91 new
two-family local rate houses are
being built by Framoreo, Inc., la
scheduled for completion next
January.
Site development, work sched-
uled for the present fiscal year
In preparation for construction
to be done in 1952 includes work
in Margarita, where the Muni-
cipal Division completed the
project early in May, well ahead
of schedule and at a consider-
able saving, and In the Ancon
Eouvelard-Chagre Street area
In Ancon, where the work Is
about 90 per cent completed.
Other site development work
In a comparatively small area
along Morgan Avenue and Pyle
Street in Balboa will be started
by the Municipal Division in the
near future and is scheduled for
comoletlon in about a month.
The first assignment to the
(Continued on Fago , Cel. I)
TOKYO, June 5 (UP) Tht CMmm Communim rol
back deeper into their central Korean mountain redoubt
today in a surprise withdrawal.
Meanwhile representatives of the United States and
13 other United Nations countries with troops in Korea
were due to meet in Washington to consider ways of sound-
ing out the Reds on a Korean war truce.
Tha United Nations forces in central Korea followed
up the Red withdrawal with advances of 3,000 yards against
light scattered resistance.
Cancer-Doomed Girls Sailor
Back At Base A Nervous Wreck
NORFOLK, Va., Jun 5 (UP)
I Overwhelmed by conflicting
I senses of duty, sailor Tom Am-
I burn came back to his base a
I nervous wreck yesterday while a
I dying girl in Georgia voiced se-
Irene faith In his love.
The 19-year-old aviation mach-
Itntft'g mate was put to bed in
I the dispensary at Norfolk Naval
I Air Station.
He is "unable to give any coh-
I erent account" of what happen-
ed after he left here Thursday
night to fly to his cancer-doom-
ed'sweetheart. Betty Thompson.
17, in Atlanta so they could be
married said Cmdr. H F. Rand.
Amburn had barely arrived in
I Atlanta before his mother got on
the telephone from Sioux Falls,
S.D., and the next day he flew
to South Dakota to "talk over"
his plans with his parents.
Saturday night he announced
from there hi wedding plans
were "postponed indefinitely."
The Navy promptly revoked a 30-
day leave that he had been
granted for the purpose of mar-
rying Betty.
The trip back to Norfolk, with
public pressure waiting for him
at every stop, apparently unhing-
ed young Amburn temporarily,
the Navy said. At a final stop in
Washington he begged "God lov-
ing people" to leave him and hi
sweetheart in peace.
"All I ask 1 that we be left
alone." he said. ""If there is any
mercy or humanity left in people,
now is the time to find It out."
*T didn't even think she would
question my love for her, but I
must keep the love of my people
also, as -that is all I have left.
The press Is killing both."
Betty didn't question hi love.
The frail but beautiful brunette
girl, who lost her right leg to
cancer two years ago before the
disease spread to her lungs, said
in Atlanta that "nothing can
change my opinion of Tom."
Betty revealed that Tom sent
her a telegram from Norfolk this
morning saying "Darling, I love
you more than anything."
The message buoyed up the
girl as she prepared to attend her
Russell High School class's gra-
duation tonight. A for Tom, she
said "I think he needs sleep more
than anything else."
"I still love him," she said as
she sat up in her more and more
constant sickbed, wearing Am-
burn engagement ring and
reading the stack of mall from
well-wishers. "I can't blame him
If his parents think we should
not be married."
What Amburn parents actual-
ly thought about their son's plan
to marry the girl to make her
happiness complete in her few
months of life was not divulged
by the couple. But the elder Am-
burn's did persuade Tom to
postpone the event.
Commander Rander said that
Amburn was near the breaking
point "in a highly nervous state"
when he came back to bis base.
(apt. Harry Falk
Dies In New Jersey
Capt. Harry Falk, one of the
first of the Panama Canal pi-
lot, died yesterday In Collings-
wood, N. J. He is the father of
Capt. Henry E. Falk of Balboa
Heights a member of the pilot
force. Funeral services will be
held Thursday from Woodhaven,
Long Island.
A native of Germany, where
he was born Nov. 22, 1870, the
senior Capt. Falk had come to
the United States as a young
man. He was at sea for many
years and came to the Isthmus
as a pilot in February, 1915, on-
ly a few months after the Pan-
ama Canal was opened to traf-
fic.
He resigned from the Canal
service In December, 1917. but
was re-employed on March 22,
1919, and served as a pilot con-
tinuously thereafter until his
retirement on Nov. 30. 1932.
He had been living In Col-
llngswood and had been in ill
health for about a year.
In addition to his son he is
survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Grace Schmidt of Woodhaven,
Long Island, and Mrs. Elsie
Feddman of Collingswood.
CZ Little Leaguers
Get U.S. Invite
According to Information fur-
nished by officials of the Pa-
cific Little League (the team
representing this league is Ca-
nal Zone champion) an invita-
tion has been received from
Commissioner Stoti In Wlll-
lamsport for the boys to enter
competition in New York which
will lead to a shot at the World
Series in late August.
The hope that a team from
this community would get a
chance in the Slates this year
has been widespread, both a-
mong the knee-high guy and
their thousands of supporters
who watched and cheered the
youngsters through their first
season.
The 1951 World Serle of the
Little Leaguer will be shown
in motion pictures at St. Mary'*
Hall In Balboa t 7:3 p.m. to-
morrow. Evwyone 1 cordially
invited.
Shippers Believe
PC Will Not Press
For Higher Tolls
NEW YORK, June 5 (UP)
The "Wall Street Journal" said
today that shipping men have
been informed the Panam Ca-
nal authorities are not likely to
firess for any Immediate Increase
n toll charges, although Canal
costs have advanced by appre-
ciable amounts as of the first of
this month due to the Inclusion
of charges for auxiliary services.
Indications are 8/ present that
the 90-cents-per-ton toll rate
will stand for at least the bal-
ance of the year.
Steamship Unes have been con-
cerned with the Canal budget
estimate that toll revenues would
be lower by some $2.500,000 dur-
ing the next fiscal year.
Under the new policy of fixing
tolls to meet Canal expenses, any
lowering of revenue would lead
tohlghe r tolls, as expenses are
known to be Increasing, the Wall
Street Journal said.
Britain Decided On
Compromise Plan
For Iranian Dispute
LONDON, June 5 (UP)The
British cabinet has decided on
a compromise plan for settle-
ment of the Anglo-Iranian oil
dispute. ,
Britain will "accept In prin-
ciple" Iran's nationalization of
the oil industry In Iran, condi-
tional on Britain maintaining a
ay In the processing and dis-
tribution of future oil supplies.
Britain's chief anxleoy Is to
ensure a free flow of oil from
Iran to the West, and a certain
degree of control over the Aba-
dan refinery, largest In the
world.
The British Government in-
sists it has a right to direct in-
tervention In the dispute, a it
is a major shareholder In the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.
Ther are no moves here to
resume the payment of advance
oil royalties to Iran, at least till
the talk In Teheran how ome
sign of reaching agreement.
Britain's royalties to the Iran-
Ian government are paid In
spring and In August. Those
due In spring have been paid.
North Irish Cops
Seek To Recover
Stolen Guns, Ammo
BELFAST, June 5 (UP)Pol-
Ice spread a dragnet over the
whole of Northern Ireland to-
day in an endeavor to locate
a large quantity of rifles, mach-
lneguns and ammunition stolen
from a British barracks near
Londonderry during the night.
The theft, bellevedly by ex-
tremists from -Eire (Southern
Ireland) came in the wake of
the visit to Ulster (Northern
Ireland) by Britain's Queen
Elizabeth and Princess Mar-
garet.
Anti-British elements staged
three bomb incidents In Ulster
Immediately before the visit.
To the east stubborn Red re-
sistance met Allied advances to-
wards Kumhwa, eastern anchoe
of the Iron Triangle mountain
redoubt. Gain were limited to;
500 yards.
Other bloody .fighting was re-
ported above Yanggu. Inje and
Hangye, five to nine mile north
of the 38th parallel on the eaat
central and eastern fronts.
The Reds threw battalions and
regiments cross the United Na*
tlons advance, and hurled mur-
derous fire and vicious counter-
attacks from deep, rock-lined for-
tifications erected under Russian
supervision Just after World War
It la not clear whether the.
Communist withdrawal on the
west central front Includes aban*
donment of any of the concrete
and steel bunkers that comprised
the North Korean frontier de-
fenses before the outbreak of the
Korean war.
Fighters and light bombers con-
tinued to strike heavy blows at
Communist attempt to re-Up-
ply their front line troop.
Rail and highway lines wera
cut In about a dozen places. At-,
tacks were made oh troops con-
centrations and North Korean
airfields.
A Mustang and & Shooting Star
crashed behind the Red lines.
There ia no hope for the pilot.
Navy Fighting Men
From USS English
Sing At El Panama
Member of the glee elub of
the USS English flagship of
Destroyer Division 1(1 were
surprise guest stars lat night
at Hotel El Panama's "Skyline
Ballroom. The singing sailor
presented four number to en-
thusiastic applause.
The fighting men of the Eng-
llih formed their glee club sev-
eral months ago between bom-
bardments In Korea.
Officers and men of the four
ship of the Destroyer Division
turned out In numbrr* for last
night's performance. The ship
transited this morning on the
last leg of their homebound
cruise.
Brazil's Petife Ada Rogato
Flying Solo Rio To Nome
BY HINDI DIAMOND
Brazil has not only It's coffee
to be proud ofit has Ada Roga-
to. That ia. it had Ada. for this
petite Good-Will ambassadress Is
a elusive a a bird. She visited
Panam yesterday as a stop-over
on her proposed 33.000-kllomet-
er olo flight to Alaska, in a
good-will tour which will come
out of her own pocket.
Piloting a two-passenger Cess-
na-90, she hopes to establish
some sort of record for the long-
est trip ever attempted in a small
plane by a woman. Breaking rec-
ords Is second nature to Ada.
She was barely 16 when she re-
ceived a license as a glider pl'ot
from the Air Club of Sao Paulo,
Brazil, where she was born. De-
spite her mother's objections, for
she U an only child, she craved
for a Ufe "In the air," and can
now boast Glider Pilot's Certifi-
cate No. 1, no small honor in Bra-
zil, especially for a woman.
Jumping had always fascinat-
ed her also, and in a contest
where 33 men participated, she
copped the title of best parachu-
tist, coming closest to landing
near the goal. So far, she has
made 108 safe Jumps, with nary
a scratch. In celebration of the
President of Brazil's birthday in
1942, she was the first woman to
Jump at night into the Bay of
Guanabara. .
Ada, an energetic brunette, has
put in 2.000 hours soloing, in 32
dlffereht types of plane. On tnl
trip she has received wings and
decorations from all the coun-
tries she's visited so farPara-
guay. Uruguay, Argentina, Chile,
Peru, Ecuador and Colombia
covering a total of 10,000 miles
on the first leg of her Journey.
This afternoon she'll continue
through Costa Rica up to San
Francisco and head for Alaska.
Ada has never been to the Unit-
ed States, and she Is anxious to
stop on her way back to Wichita,
Kansas where her favorite mode
of transportationthe Cessnais
manufactured. 8he explained
that she could not estimate the
time her eptlre good-will journey
would take because she can only
travel In good weather, having
no Instruments for "blind" fly-
ing. The Cessna, which is only
equipped with a small radio to
communicate with the airports.
Is a gift of the former President
of Brazil. Oetullo Vargas, and is
inscribed by him: "I send my
cordial salutations to all our bro-
ther In the Americasfrom a
good neighbor."
Ada has already set one record
on this trip when she crossed the
Andes from Mendoza to Santia-
go at a height of W.000 feet,
which is oulte n accomplish-
ment for the small Cessna.
One of her most en)oyable
rides was when she "chauffeur-
ed" 15 young children, one at a
time, as a cure for whooping
cough. There had been a small
outbreak in Sao Paulo, and after
each one had been up 3,000 kilo-
meters In Ada's planethey were)
cured.
Clean living could certainly.b#
the answer to Ada's high achieve.
merits. She doesn't smoke, drink
or olav cards. Sometimes, wnen
she is "up there." he even for-
gets to eat. although she carries
the old standby of chocolate and
biscuits with her. What does she
think about? She's too busy to
think, especially this trip.
Ada carries a portfolio of mes-
sages from the first lady of Bra-
zil to the various Civil Aeronau-
tic offices, and also messages
from the many air club of Bra-
sil.
This versatile miss can decor-
ate a canvas, although she's nev-
er had a lesson In her life. nd
has also won prizes for making
fine laces which are her special-
ty. Chopin. Waener aM Debi'siy
are no strancer U- Seorita Ro-
gato when she runs her fingers
over the keys.
Ada's parents, who were born
In Italv and came to Brozll at an
early aee. will never get used to
their daughter "taking off." Her
mother usually cries an"* pray
for her. and Is always at the air-
port to we'eome her home.
Her English may be sketchv,
but Ada's vibrant personality win
be understood In an countrv sha
visits. This good-w'U ambassa-
dress of the air will be able to
chalk off this trin across thraO
Americas a 'mission accom-
plished."


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Shipping & AirLine News
Braniff Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ainsworth
arrived (rom Lima on Flight 00,
June 3rd and will remain until
Wednesday when they head back
to Los Angeles. Amsworth Is the
Manager or the Braniff'* LA Of-
fice.
Donn Dearlng ,who Is Assistant
to the VIce-President of Braniff s
Dallas office will arrive June 6
from Barranqullla, Colombia.
Dearing has been in Colombia for
the past six months where he was
assigned to spe'.ial traffic work
with the Lansa Airways of Co-
lombia. He will leave on Flight
602 Thursday morning for Dallas
and New York.
British Port Line Ship
Sails for London
The Wlllesden. chartered by
the Port Line. Is en route to Lon-
don from Brisbane. The ship ar-
rived at Balboa 3 June and tran-
sited the Canal last night. Nor-
ton-Lilly and Co., local agents,
stated she carries a cargo of re-
frigerated goods for the United
Kingdom.
"Amerito Vespucci"
Transiting Canal
The Italian Line passenger ship
Amerigo Vespucci, bound for Ru-
rope transited the Canal yester-
day afternoon. En route from the
west coast of South America, the
vessel carried 45 local passengers
who disembarked here.
Race Horse Round
for Santiago
"Mlo Sea," a race horse owned
by Jorge Endara was being ship-
ped yesterday by the 88 Orestes
to Santiago, Chile, the local a-
gent, Peter H. Block Co., an-
nounced. The Orestes is a Royal
Netherland Steamship Company
ship.
1924-Model Chewy
Beats Moderns With
98 Miles Per Gallon
WOOD RIVER, HI., June 5 (UP)
A hair-breed Jalopy out of a
junk yard traveled 98.6 miles on
one gallon of gasoline to win the
annual Shell oil Co. mileage ma-
rathon here.
Winners of the event were Fred
Schuette, driver, and Dave Berry,
a fellow Shell research engineer
who helped tune the 1924 auto-
mobile to perfection.
Second and third place finish-
ers were Elmer Isrlnghaus, who
coaxed 70.8 miles out of his 1940
Ford, and Clarence Mayfield,
whose 1948 Chevrolet traveled
75.9 miles.
The winning car was a Chevro-
let coupe when Schuette and
Berry rescued it from a Junk yard
two years ago, but with a special
racing body, rebuilt engine and
custom carburetion and ignition
system. It was barely recogniza-
ble. Its streamlined rear deck was
built from two 1037 Pontiac fen-
ders.
"Ballet Imperial"
to Tour Caribbean Cities
The widely known Ballet Im-
perial Is leaving Miami by Pan
American World Airways Clipper
Tuesday (May 22Flight 5077
a.m.) for a month's tour of 10 Ca-
ribbean cities.
The troupe of 22 dancers, un-
der the direction of Nana Con-
ner Paul Petroff, Is giving a per-
formance in Miami's Dade Coun-
ty Auditorium Saturday (May
19) prior to departing for King-
ston, Jamaica, first stop on its
Caribbean tour.
The group is also appearing in
Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Ciudad
Trujillo, Dominican Republic;
Curacao and Aruba, Netherlands
West Indies; Caracas, Venezuela;
Barranqullla, Colombia; Panama
and Camaguey and Havana, Cu-
ba.
A special cargo Clipper Is car-
rying the troupe's baggage on the
tour.
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The winning mark was far be-
low the record, but the 18 en-
trants blamed their poor showing
on a rutted mile of muddy dirt
road added to the 13-mlle course
for the first time.
The ability to coast on highly-
Inflated tires is a major factor in
the event. Berry and Schuette
said, but they had to hold their
tire pressure down to 50 pounds
because of the rough road.
The winner, streamlined to
2450 pounds, actually traveled 113
miles. However, a handicap bas-
ed on the average automobile
weight of 3500 pounds reduced
the figure.
The cars entered by Isrlnghaus
and Mayfield were of convention-
al body style. Isrlnghaus used
free-wheeling rear wheels, how-
ever, and the tires of both cars
were Inflated to more than 90
pounds of pressure. _
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It's Awful
BY EDGAR MARTIN
'Atomic Proof
Label Too Much
For Inspectors
HARTFORD, Connec 11 c u t,
June 5, (UP) A local bottler
called a halt to the labeling; or
his coffee flavored mineral
water as "atomic proof."
The State Food and Drug
Commission inspector, Harold
Clark stated that no treatment
could make a drink "atomic
proof."
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"The player who wins a trick,"
Dick Kahn was saying as I pok-
ed my head in the doorway, "has
the right to lead to the next
trick. And sometimes that privi-
lege of leading is just as Impor-
tant as the trick you've Just won."
The scene was the Card School,
and Dick Kahn was talking to an
"Intermediate" class. I tiptoed In
lo listen.
East wins the first trick with
the ace of spades and returns the
queen of diamonds: South takes,
the ace of diamonds and i\?ws
about the best way to proceed.
Declarer must plan to lead
trumps from the dummy twice
and must lead clubs from the
dummy once. Hence three tricks
must be won somehow In the
dummy.
South begins by leading the.
king of spades from his hand and
ruffing It in dummy. Dummy re-
turns a trump, and South wins a
finesse with the queen.
South next leads the six of
clubs, west plays low and dummy
wins with the king. This enables
dummy to lead another tramp,
and South finesses again, but
then he leaves the king of trump-
out in order to keep control of
the hand.
Now South cashes the king of
diamonds and continues with the
seven of diamonds. East wins and
returns his last trump (his safest
lead). South winning with the
ace.
At this point South produces
the deuce of diamonds and wins
the last diamond trick with
dummy's six. That enables him to
lead a club from dummy and fin-
esse the ten from his own hand.
South therefore makes his
contract by winning three tricks
in dummy. One, the king of
clubs, Is a high-card trick; an-
other, the spade ruff, is a ruffing
trick; and the third, the dia-
mond, is a low-card trick.
Dick's class thought it was a
good lesson. So did I.
CAPTAIN EASY
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TTESDAY. JUNE S. 1951
TBE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDETINDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Highest Court Holds US Reds
Seek Revolution By Violence
WASHINGTON, June 5 (UP) The Supreme Court,
in a historic six to two decision, yesterday upheld the con-
viction of 11 Communist Party leaders on charges of cons-
piring to teach and advocate the overthrow of the United
States Government by force and violence.
The momentous decision, while not outlawing the
Communist Party, brands it a tool for anti-American cons-
piracies instead of an ordinary political party, and paves
the way for prosecution of other Red leaders.
^ Attorney General J. Howard McGrath, hailing the
verdict as a "good day for loyal citizens and a bad day
for the conspirators," hinted that the Government will
proceed soon against other national, state and local Com-
munist officials.
The high court's ruling affirm-
ed the constitutionality of the
Smith Act of 1940, under which
the Communists were convlctefl
in 1949. The low makes It illegal
to advocate the overthrow of tne
Government by force or to orr
ganlze any group for that pur-
pose- _
The defendants now face five-
year Jail terms and fines of $10,-
000 each, except Robert G.
Thompson who received the same
fine but only three years. The
others are Eugene Dennl3, gen-
eral secretary of the party, and
John B. Williamson, Jacob Stach-
el, Benjamin J. Davis, Jr., Henry
Winston, John Gates, Irving Po-
tash, Gilbert Green, Carl Winter
and Gus Hall.-
The high court's ruling will go
down to the lower court* In 25
days unless specifically held up
to allow for a rehearing petition.
Then the 11 will be ordered to
appear for removal to Federal
prison.
The communist Party reject-
ed Its convicted leaders as na-
tional board members last Dec.
31 but also elected nine alter-
nates in case their present lead-
ers had to go to prison.
Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson,
speaking for the high court
majority, said he Communist
conspiracy reflected a "clear
end present danger" of an at-
tempt to overthrow the Gov-
ernment forcibly.
He said no one can claim Con-
gress does not have the right to
protect the Government from at-
tempts to overthrow It by force,
particularly when the Govern-
ment itself provides "peaceful
Bnd orderly means for making
desired changes."
Denouncing the Communist
contentions that they were only
exercising the rights of free
spfech, he said free speech is not
an "absolute right," and a con-
spiracy to overthrow the Govern-
ment by force Is "substantial
enough" to limit freedom of
speech.
He added that a Government
cannot wait until "the putsch Is
about to be executed, the plans
have been laid and the signal is
awaited." The Government must
act, he declared, as soon as it dis-
covers a group aiming at Its over-
throw by violent means.
The dissents were filed by Jus-
tices Hugo L. Black and William
O. Douglas of the court's so-call-
ed "liberal wing.':
Black said the ruling waters
down the constitutional free
speech guarantee so much that
if Is not likely to protect any
btit "safe or orthodox views,"
and expressed hope that In
"calmer times" some court will
"restore the First Amendment
liberties to the high preferred
place where they belong in a
free society."
He hit the court's refusal to
consider the actual conduct of
the Communists' trial, asserting
that the Jury panel was chosen in
a discriminatory way and one Ju-
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ror was "violently hostile" to the
Reds before and during the trial.
Douglas argued there was no
evidence in the tria! record that
the Red leaders' advocacy of rev-
olution actually endangered-the
nation, and maintained there
was no justification for the ma-
jority to find they represent a
grave peril to the nation.
He said the Communists in
this country are weak "mer-
chants of unwanted ideas," and
the FBI is prepared to pick
them up "overnight" In case of
war with Russia.
The decision, one of the most
significant in the nation's his-
tory, was a triumph for the Gov-
ernment's more than two and a
half years of efforts to Jail the
Red leaders on grounds they are
a real threat to the nation's se-
curity.
The Communists, including
virtually all the party's American
Politburo, were convicted in New
York on Oct. 14.1949, by a Jury of
eight women and four men head-
ed by a Negro woman foreman.
Their trial lasted nine months,
marked by stalling and obstruc-
tion by the party's lawyers and
picketing outside Judge Harold
R. Medina's court.
The verdict was upheld by the
. 8. Appeals Court in New York
on Aug. 2, 1950, and the Supreme
Court agreed to consider the case.
Justice Department attor-
neys had told Congressional
committees that if the convic-
tion was upheld, the Govern-
ment would canvass as many
as 12,000 Individual cases to
select those In which prosecu-
tions should be begun.
The Government has been pre-
paring evidence against other
Communist leaders for some time,
Including top national officers
not among the convicted 11 and
others, in state community and
local -"cell' 'posts.
Dennis recently completed an-
other jail sentence for contempt
of Congress. The others have
been free in bonds ranging from
$20.000 to $30,000.
Justices Stanley H. Reed, Har-
old H. Burton and Sherman Min-
ton agreed with Vlnson's major-
ity opinion. Justices Robert H.
Jackson and Felix Frankfurter
agreed with the verdict, but
wrote separate concurring opin-
ions.
Jackson said the evil of con-
soiracy was enough to sustain
the convictions without applying
the "clear and present danger"
test, but added that no decision
of the Supreme Court could stop
a revolution "whenever the ex-
isting Government fails to com-
mand the respect and loyalty of
the people and sufficient dis-
tress and discontent Is allowed
to grow up among the masses."
He had "little faith" that the
court's action could 'top the rise
of Communism which, he said,
feed on "corruption, inentitude,
onuresslve taxation, militariza-
tion, injustice and Ion of leader-
ship ranahlr of intellectual ipf-
tiative in domestic or foreign af-
fair."
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cattle dog
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threes
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Humane Education Posters
Win Prizes for CZ Students
Engineer Seeks Solace
In Barbershop Quartet
By RUDY CERNKOVIC
Several Canal Zone students
were awarded prizes In the an-
nual International poster contest
of the Latham Foundation for
the Promotion of Humane Edu-
cation which conducts the an-
nual competition among students
In the United States, Canada,
England, Austria. Cuba, Hawaii,
Japan and the Philippine Is-
lands.
Second prizes In the annual
contest were awarded to Charles
Detore of Margarita School and
Raymond Rennle of Chagres
School.
Third prizes went to Shirley Ne-
ville of Balboa Junior High
School; Jose Tarn of Balboa High
School; Rea McKlnley of Diablo
Heights School; and Ralph Rob-
erts of Santa Cruz School.
Roy Campbell of Silver City
Occupational High School receiv-
ed a fourth prize in the contest.
The list of students who were
given honorable mention, group-
ed according to their schools, fol-
lows:
Ancon School Ruby Burton.
Balboa Junior High School
Nancy Oswald; Anita Schneider;
Olga Linares; Mary Patrick; Ce-
sar Von Chong; Lee Christy; Gla-
dys Harber; Ida Suazo; -Claire
Spencer; Thomas Smith; John
Fiels; Michael Lopez; Elena Es-
tenoz; and Diane Staples.
Balboa High School Eliza?
beth Bower; Dick 8eel"\ ; .lore
Chung; Francis Boyd; Junle
Scott; Bruce Qulnn; Julio
Wright; William Withers.
Balboa School Mercedes Din-
ner; Jimmy Moreno; Linda Wal-
lace; Lacy Htnkle; Judith Hotz;
Mary Watson; Rose Mary Ruess;
Cristobal School James Lon-
go; Sandra Motta; Catharine
Llndsey; Dlanne Oeddes.
Diablo Heights 8chool Albert
Schalm.
Gamboa School Janice Ma-
lone.
Santa Crux Schoel Delano
Samuels; Pallu Jryls; Norman
Roberts; James Olton; Charles
Jarvis; Sonla Ramirez; David
Roberts; Robert Ramsey; Aubrey
Baxter; James Reid; Harold
Blake: Arnold Townsend; Rupert
Fennell; William Mlllett: Juan
Roseley; Adela Moreno; and Al-
fredo Dyer.
Chagres School Richard
Smith; Melva Goiles; Lloyd Ro-
binson; Rudolph Simons; Melvin
Williams; Ruth Husband: Wil-
Iton Rennie; Jerry Goddard; Ed-
ward Mannings; Keith Gordon
and Boucher Gordon.
La Boca School Jose Torres;
Carlos Clarke; Bertley Springer;
and Cedrlc Bailey.
La Boca Jr. College Franklin
Wynter; Phillip Henry; Clinton
Peters; Arthur Adams; and Jean-
| nette Moran.
La Boca Occupational High
; School Vivlenne Walker.
Margarita School Jose Me-
, lendez; John Rowm; Jane Am-
brose; Gall Macpherson; Lynda
Geyer; Oliver Kosan: Antonio
Santiago; Bill Hayes; Collen Bai-
ter; Danny Ramsey; and Bobby
Willlfora.
Red Tank School Geraldlne
McGrlff; Manuel Arosemena;
PITTSBURGH, June 5 (UP)
Maurice Reagen sane in barber-
shop quartets long before his first
shave.
As a third grade student in
Canton, 111.. Reagen's clear sopra-
no led a schoolboy quartet
through the favorite songs of the
day. Occasionally the quartet
holds reunions and recalls the
songs that started the members'
Interest in barbershop harmony.
Despite his heavy engineering
schedule at the University of Il-
linois. Reagan always found time
for music and sang in campus
productions. After college he
gained prominence as an electri-
cal engineer with Westinghouse
but never gave up his musical
hobby.
Gifted with perfect pitch. Rea-
gen amazes fellow engineers by
calling the "note" of a humming
electric generator or the whir of
a fan.
Once a dubious musician chal-
lenged Reagen's call of an "A"
pitch for a doorbell. An "A" note
struck on the piano proved Rea-
gen's call.
Reagen's position as supervisor
of Westinghouse's autom a 11 c
switch gear division provides him
with a busy working day. The
kindly, grey-haired engineer says
his "second day" begins at 5 p.m.
That's when he casts off the
role of engineer and turns "tune
doctor." Frequently, he "pres-
cribes" for the 8orlety for the
Preservation r.nri Encouragement
of Barber S^oo Quartet Singing
la America. Inc.
Applying his engineering know-
how to music. Reagen devised a
"musical clock" which guides
barber shop quartets to better
harmony. The "clock" is divided
into 12 sections, each represent-
ing a musical key
"The system was devised origi-
nally to create a musical lan-
guage." Reaeen said.
"A quartet may write or oil
me long distance, seeking the
proper chord for a certain word
of a song. I ask them the key and
.then outline the proper chord.
For example I tell them It's three
o'clock. According to the musical
clock, that means a seventh
chord."
Reagen's "musical clock" Is in
national use and has "timed"
manv quartets.
Reagen Is in great demand as a
Judge for S.P.E.B.S.Q.S. A. pro-
grams. The organization numbers
35.000 members In 612 chapters In
the United States and Canada
and several foreign countries.
Cardholders Include Bteg Crosby.
Bob Hope. Arthur Godfrey and
President Truman.
8J> E B.S.Q.8.A. chapters abide
by strict ethics. They are non-
profit and provide free talent for
charitable, civic and religious or-
ganizations. Liquor and off-color
songs are banned.
Reagen. Incidentally* Is a
staunch advocate of the bath-
room singing.
"Even the mast elaborate ra-
dio studio can't match theacous-
t'cs of the family bathroom," he
said.
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Small; Dbuis Gerald; and Rich-
ard Hoi den;
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bert Thompson; Howard Nevers;
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Carlos Reyes; and Junle Scott.
Latin American Oil Boom Seen
-
As Result Of Iranian Upsets
BY HARRY W. FKANTZ
WASHINGTON, June 5 (UP)
The Anglo-Iranian petroleum
difficulties have had an Indirect
effect of stirring great Interest
here in Western Hemisphere oil
resources from Alaska to Tierra
del Fuego.
Disregarding the political as-
pects of the Iranian trouble,
many diplomats, congressmen
and petroleum experts think that
the Latin American republics now
face a world oil situation more
favorable for the exploration and
development of their own re-
sources.
The United States defense pro-
gram and the rising Industrial
requirements and Increasing con-
sumption In all the Latin Amer-
ican countries, assure a rising
long term demand for hemisphe-
ric production.
Western hemisphere geological
maps show Immense sedimenta-
ry basins which have not yet
been explored, though there is a
strong theoretical presumption
that oil will be discovered.
In the last decade the world oil
outlook has focused upon the
Middle East, due to the Sensa-
tional Increases In production
and the high unit capacity of
many wells there.
Except In Venezuela, the Latin
American republics had difficul-
ty In formulating policies which
would assure the maximum col-
laboration of International capi-
tal, technology ,and marketing
outlets.
Venezuela has become the sec-
ond oil producing and .the first
oil exporting country of the
world.
But Brazil, embracing 47 per
cent of the total area of the
South American continent, has a
very small petroleum production
confined to the State of Bahla,
and is dependent largely upon
imports.
Peru has discovered valuable
oilfields east of the Andes, not
yet exploited owing to the great
cost of transportation o pipe-
Unes.
Mexico has solved many of Its
petroleum problems and now has
a vigorous development policy.
(The prospects are for a long pe-
riod of expanding production.)
Rich wells recently have been
found In the Tehuantepec area.
The sedimentary basins of Mex-
ico, along the Gulf Coast, are
geologically similar to the im-
mensely productive petroleum
areas of the Gulf Coast of Texas
and Louisiana.
Known oil reserves In Venezue-
la and Colombia point to the pos-
sibility of production far above
the present volume.
Chile has found an oilfield in
Tierra del Fuego, which recently
entered commercial production.
Argentine Is pressing develop-
ment and pipeline transportation
In the Comodoro Rlvadavla oil-
field, and exploration in other
areas has hopeful prospects.
Central American petroleum
exploration Is still In its Infancy.
Cuba has three small oilfields.
Exploration may find others.
The Iranian oil situation
makes a special impact on Latin
American expert opinion for the
following reasons:
There has been a tendency
since the beginning of World War
II to regard Latin America and
the Middle East as rival areas in
their attraction of foreign capi-
tal, and In potential expansion of
production.
The nationalization of the oil
resources in some Latin Ameri-
can countries is an old story in
the western hemisphere but a
new phenomenon in the Middle
Eastern area.
Since the last world war the
United States shifted its status
from a net oil exporting (surplus
of exports over imports) country
to that of a net importing (sur-
plus of Imports over exports)
country. A heavy flow of Middle
East oil has competed with Latin
American oil In the United
States markets.
In Nov. 1950, the latest month
for which world comparative sta-
tistics are available, the Middle
East produced 58.251,000 barrels
of petroleum and exported 34,-
606,000.
Iran produced 19.688,000 bar-
rels, exported 3,378,000 barrels of
crude and produced 13,830,000
barrels of refined products which
would move to International
markets.
In Nov. 1950 the South Ameri-
can and Caribbean countries pro-
duced 56,558,000 barrels of crude
petroleum and Mexico produced
6,059,000 barrels.
Veneiiiela alone produced *8,
354,000 barrels in November and
exported 38,597,000 barrels of
crude.
Colombia, third Latin Ameri
can oil producer, had an output
of 2,977.000 barrels in November,
followed by Argentina's output
of 1,920,000 barrels.
The Latin American republic*
having a commercial production
of petroleum large enough to be*
Included In the International
statistics are Cuba, Mexico, Ar
gentlna, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile;
Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uru-
guay and Venezuela.
The production In Trinidad,
British West Indies, in the month
of November was 1.668,000 bar-
rels.
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Tul! PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. JUNE S, 15
PA A Invitational Draws Record Field At Gambo;
Johnny MacMurray Cops
Medal: Corsale Second
The smashing drives and dead-eye putting of Johnny Mtc-
Murrav fashioned a neat 78 in the PAA Invitational Tournament
at Gamboa Sunday to brine the young Isthmian amateur first
rlace in Medalist honors on what is probably the trickiest course
Only one stroke off was Al Corsale with a 73.
in Panama.
Among the excellent perform-
ances turned In were George RU-
ey and Pres Trim. Jr.'s 74.
As hi most cases, the big trou-
ble came on the greens with un-
wanted rain accounting for most
of the missed putts.
Professionals Joe Brbaro. Bud
Hammond and Anbal Macarrn
also ran Into putter trouble. Most
of this, however, could be traced
to unfamiliarlty with the greens
which are as hard to stay on as
they are to hit. Brbaro regis-
tered a 77 as did Hammond to tie
' for the cash prize for low profes-
-- atonal entry. Macarrn put to-
gether a pair of 39s for a 78. The
final picture will be drawn in an
18-hole medal playoff at the con-
clusion of the tournament with
,, the low professional picking up
the prize money.
Despite the prevailing bad
weather 76 golfers teed off Sat-
,'r urday with another 65 on Sun-
'" day bringing the total entries to
141. a new Isthmus tournament
" record.
Forty-seven scores of 85 or bet-
"ter were turned in over the week
--end with 15 scores being under
:'80. The field for paired matches
-,.Js being held to the low 80 scor-
ers with all ties to be decided by
',,matching cards. The low 80 will
....hen be paired in five flights.
The prizes were on display at
'.'.'Xtie Gamboa Golf Club on Satur- |
day and Sunday. Congratulation*
show will be In technicolor with
sound and will last about two
and one-half hours. Several films
will be shown and the feature will
be a special golfing film. Re-
freshments will be served
through the courtesy of PAA.
Todd stated further that he U
attempting, through the cooper-
ation of pAA's New Xork office,
to secure a film of either the 1948,
1949 or jBBfJ National PGA Tour-
nament.
The qualifying wore* turned in
over the week end:
MacMurray. John. ... 37-35
Corsale, Al........38-35
Trim, P., Jr.......37-37
Riley. George......38-36
Brbaro........38-39
Hammond. .'.....38-41
Macarrn........39-39-
Gallndo. A........38-40
Hlnkle..........39-39
Jankua..........37-41
Riley, Jim........38-40
Smith, J...........40-38
Horhstedler.......40-39
Lewter..........42-37
Wood, C...........38-41
Lambrota, V.......39-41
Starrett......'.. .. 40-40
Gerrans, Dr. E.....41-40
Trim.Sr...........39-42
Engelke. Geo.......40-41
Kullkowski. M......41-40
filkie.G..........43-39
Beall............11-43
jtere made to Pan American Air- | |Pa,n,............li'aa
ways and Elton Todd i" their se-
lection of. one of the nicest
'groups of prlaes ever assembled
At an Isthmus golfing event.
'"' In addition. Todd has obtain-
ed moving pictures which will be
shown at the Gamboa Golf Club
tomorrow starting at 8 p.m. The
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Cesar Brion,
Jack Gardner
Clash Tonight
.LONDON. June 5 (UP'Jack
. Gardner. British heavyweight,
. was 173i pounds heavier than Ar-
gentine Cesar Brion when they
weighed in today for their ten-
round bout before a sellout crowd
; of 50.000 at White City Stadium
tonight.
Gardner weighed 2101-.. Brion I Gibson
Fleming..........44-39
Sciienck..........44-39
Richmond, P.......40-43
Hoverson........42-41
Halllgan.........42-41
Toone............41-48
Muller, M.........41-42
Chandeek........41-42
MacMurray, C.....40-43
Joaqun de la Guardia 40-43
LeBrun..........43-41
Engelke, P.........43-41
Euper, R...........42-42
Oardner.........41-43
Bubb............43-41
Galindo. G.........41-43
Hunsicker........41-43
Kenna.. .........43-42
Gllckcnhaiu......44-41
Day, F............41-44
Oarriel..........44-41
Riley. P...........47-39
Durham..........44-42
Gerhart..........42-44
Williams, F. F......44-42
Heidenrlch........44-42
Medlnger, R.......44-43
Robinson.........41-48
Gregory, Q........42-46
Byrd. Dr..........47-41
French. Mer......44-44
Crabb, G..........42-46
47-41
192*. The British ex-guardsman
claims to have slightly injured
his left hand but he did not
think It would hamper him par-
ticularly tonight.
Ho-Vver. he Is a left hand jab-
ber wnli no right worthy of the
name and the injury worried his' Prince........ 43-47__
-fans. I De la Guardia. Juan!'. 47-43
Don Cockell. British light- Morland..........45-45 -
heavyweight champion, weighed \ Boran............45-45
Wright, Johnny .... 41-47
i Stroop. S......... 45-44
Middlebrook...... 41-48
Thompson, C...... 45-44
Welborn.......... 44-45
Worlev.......... 48-44
Hattler, B. Jr...... 47-42
17834 against 1774 for his Amer-,Koepke..........47-43 -
lean opponent Nick Barone in an- "
other scheduled ten-rounder.
British middleweight cham-
pion. Randolph Turpln weighed
190 against 156 lor Jackie Keough
of the United States
Promoter Jack Solomons re-
fused to estimate the gate for j Livingston
the Festival of Champions" as I Berry
he calls the 68-round card but
will probably top 100.000 pounds
sterling.
Ives
Elick..........
E.de la Guardia. Jr.
Clement.......
Folks..........
Engelke, Rob.. ..
Daniels.
Faces In
The Majors
Hayden. Maj.
Zombory.. ..
Gagnon ....
Banan, C. ..
Chandler ..
Olson.,
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41-50
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48-44
46-46-
48-44
46-46
48-44-
47-45
Slaughter........ 47-45
Hurdle........... 49-44
Sears............ 47-46
Eason............ 47-46
Novey, Geo........ 48-45
Pratt............ 47-46
Davis, J. M......... 49-47
Carnwright........ 48-48
Harrison.......... 42-61
Burns, J........... 49-44
Youart.......... 44-50
Hardy............ 49-46
Van Gelder........ 46-49
Demarest.......... 47-48
Johnson......... 50-45
Oetman.R......... 49-47
Hunter.......... 48-48 -
Boyd............ 50-46
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White Sox Increase American League Margin
Red Sox Drop
Two; Indians
Bop Yankees
BY UNITED PRES*
47-60,97
Larry Dobj
K) Boom-
Government Hoop
League Meeting
Set For June 11
DesLondes........ 49-48
Arias, Dr. A....... 80-47
Latham ......... 47-50
Huidtqulst........ 49-48
Peacher.......... 49-48
French. A......... 48-49
Ba'cer.......... 49-49
Catron.......... 47-51
Davis. J E......... 52-47
Louis. C........... 53-46
8ullivan.......... 48-52100
Estenoz.......... 52-48100
Doerr............ 47-63100
NEW YORK, June 5The Chi-
cago white Sox Increased their
American League lead to three
and one-half gamas as a result
of sweeping a twl-nlght double-
header with the Boston Red Sox
at Chicago while the second place
New York Yankees were being
trounced 8-2 by the Indians at
Cleveland.
The Indians smashed their
Ed Lopat jinx at last and beat
the Yankees in a tight game
with Bob Kennedy's three-run
first inning homer putting the
game beyend recall.
Mike Garcia scattered ten,hits
while pitching shutout ball after
the first inning when the Yank-
ees gave Lopat a 2-0 lead he was-
n't destined to hold.
The defeat was the first suf-
fered by Lopat this season after
eight straight wins. It also mark-
ed the first time the Indians
have beaten hhr since June 17,
1949 and In the intervening pan
he has whipped the Clevelanders
eleven straight times.
Two pitchers traded to the Red
Sox in a 'pennantdeal"last win-
ter were the losers in the Chlsox
twin victory. Ray Scarborough
lost the opener and Bill Wight
dumped the nightcap- Bill Pierce
won his seventh game and Saul
Rogovln his third.
It was Rogovin's second in a
row since he came to Chi I
from Detroit two weeks ago. He
yielded seven hits while Fierce
scattered ten-
The White Sox clinched the
opener with three runs in the
fifth and got their two runs in
the second game on a double by
Nelson Fox a triple by Cuban
Orestes Minoso and a double by
Eddie Robinson In the sixth in-
ning.
In the other American League
games the Detroit Tigers topped
the Washington Senators 6-5 at
Detroit and the Philadelphia
Athletics edged the Browns 7-6
in a St. Louis night contest.
In the National League the St.
Louis Cardinals moved to within
three and one-half games of the
league leading Brooklyn Dodgers
by downing the New York Gi-
ants 7-2 at the Polo Orounds; the
Pittsburgh Pirates drubbed the
Phillies 12-4 at Philadelphia and
the Cincinnati Reds came from
behind to beat the Braves 10-7
at Boston.
The Dodgers-Cubs game at Eb.
bets Field was rained out after
two innings.
Johnny Groth's bases loaded
.single In the ninth inning gave
Hal Newhouser his fifth victory
at Detroit while Eddie Joost dou-
bled home Pete Suder in the sev-
enth to provide the Athletics
with a win that put them two
and one-half games ahead of the
last place Browns. Earlier the
Athletics' Lou Llmmer hit a
grand slam homtr.
Stan (The Man) Aliislal, who
betted .727 in the three-game
scries with the Giants, wound
up by hitting two homers and
a single while driving in three
runs for Rookie Joe Presko who
won his fifth game. Del Rice
hit a two-run Cardinal home
run.
The Reda, trailing 7-0, explod-
ed in the last two innings to win
their eighth straight game from
the Braves this season. Connie
Ryan sparked the rally with a
three-run homer In the eighth
and in the ninth the Reds made
seven more tallies as twelve men
batted five getting hits and four
walking.
Ous Bell hit a homer, triple,
double and single as the Pirates
ended an eight-game losing
streak by pounding four Phillv
pitchers for 17 hits. The Pirates'
Wally Westlake hit hi 14th hom-
er and the Phils' Gran Hamner
and Richie Ashburn also clouted
roundtrlppers.
Panam Amateur
Boxing Tourney
11 Starts Thursday
There will be a meeting Mon-
day night. June 11. at 7:30 in
the Balboa Gymnasium for dis-
cussing and planning the Gov-
ernment Basketball League for
the 1951 season.
Those people who are Inte rest-
ed, in putting a team in the lea-
gue should be present at this
meeting. Have your team roster.
ready when you come to this Labacz
meeting, and the season will get CoUton
Under way much earlier
If you are Inte
Government Basketball
Lattln............ 51-50101
Orvls............53-49102
Fears. Geo........55-47102
Winberg..........47-66102
Pompelly Colonel. .. 84-48103
Wheeler..........53-50103
Carpenter........63-51104
Brennan..........62-63106
Arnold..........51-55106
Stephenson, N.....53-54107
Waxman. M.......57-52109
57-55112
67-59-113
we urge you to attend this meet-
ing on June 11. at 730 p.m. in
Balboa Gymnasium.
In the Government Leasue all
game, are plaveci in Balooa
Gymnasium, on we-!; days, be-
tween 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. I
Henderson........51-59114
in the Daniels A.........59-56114
League i Presho........59-69115
Clavton.......... 90-55-115
Catalinas........ 70-54124
Towery.......... 93-94127
Shobc........... 70-58-128
Maar........... 83-98-131
Fgate........... 97-65132
Professionals.
The Panam Golden Gloves of
1851 gets under way next Thurs-
day under the direction of the
Amateur Boxing Commission.
The fights will begin at 8 p.m. at
the National Gym.
The program:
Toti Elias ML Beau Jack II
106 lbs.
F. Torrelos* vs. Klko Mosquera
112 lbs.
Juan Chacoa vs. Jesus Ramos
118 lbs.
Chico Anderson vs. (;. Villarreal
128 lbs.
Luis Rodrigues vs. Horacio Otis
136 lbs.
Most of these boxers already
participated in the last cham-
pionship. Beau Jack is the local
champ and Anderson and P-
-'rlvvex represented Panam in
the First Pan-American Games
at Buenos Aires, Argentina
(NEATelephotoi
MORNING AFTER Ezzard Charles digs into his moming-
after breakfast in his Chicago hotel room, with a little help
his Wife, Gladys. Charles defended his heavyweight
title in a slow 15-round fight with Joey Maxim.
Horn
National League
Teams- Won Lost Pet-
... 7 It .:k
Si. Louis . . W 89 .445
New York ... 4 83 .611
Chicago ... 80 Ml .509
Cincinnati . . 88 88 ...uu
S3 48
Philadelphia ... 31 '!5 .457
Pittsburgh, ion* ... 16 'arts J7
Y'H (AMI
Chicago at Philadelphia (N).
Cincinnati St New York (N).
Pittsburhg at Boston .
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
CHICAGO at BROOKLYN
(Postponed, Inclement Weather.)
Cincinnati 000 000 03710 12 8
Boston 020 021 1007 14 0
Wehmeler, Erautt, Byerly H-0>,
Smith and Sohefflng: Surkont,
Donovan (0-21, Schacht, Estock
and Cooper.,
Pittsburgh 203 010 05112 17 0
Philphla 000 000 301 4 12 8
Friend (M). Dlckson and Mc-
Cullough; Meyer (3-4*. Candlnl,
Crlstante. Miller and Semlnlck.
American League
Teams Won lost Pet.
Chicago...... 8 U .725
New York..... 37 It .638
Boston....... 2G 17 .605
Cleveland..... 24 19 .558
Detroit....... 19 22 .463
Washington .... 17 M .415
Philadelphia. ... 14 28 .333
St. Louis...... 13 32 .289
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Detroit (N).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
New York at Cleveland.
Boston at Chicago.
St Louis 000 220 1207 12 2
New York 000 000 1012 8 1
Presko (5-2) and Rice: Jansen
(5-51. .Spencer. Gettel and Wes-
trum.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
New York............ 2
Cleveland............ 8
(Flrat Gme-TwHlght)
Boston.............. 6
Chicago............ 9
(Sec-end GameNight)
Boston.............. 0
Chicago............ 2
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 7
St. Louie...........i. 6
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Jim Riley Captures Medalist Honors
In Summit Hills Club Championship
Jim Riley captured the medal-
ist honors of the Summit Hills
Golf Club's 1051 Handicap Cham-
pionship with a very respectable
71 acore. The younger Riley. al-
though known as a good golfer,
has been acknowledged as Sum-
mit's number two "Riley weapon"
until recently. Then, on a prac-
tice round at Gamboa the day
before Memorial Day, Jim added
new laurels to his golfing career,
with a hole-in-one on the 2d hole
of that course.
His explanation was that he
"shanked a seven lro.i; It hit the
fias and dropped directly into the
cup for an ace"which Is pretty
accurate shanking in any circle.
Even "Shanky" Moran hasn't any
better record to offer. After his
ace at Gamboa Jim continued his
good golfing with the medalist
round at Summit.
Matches are to be played at
three Quarters the difference of
the contestants' handicaps, with
the lady contestants allowed to
compete from the ladies' teea.
Contestants are urged to contact
their opponents and play the
matches befare June 10. If no
arrangement* have been made
during (he week the matches will
be considered as scheduled for
Sunday at 8:00 a.m. The first
round match must be played by
Sunday evening. June 10.
Pairings for the first round of
play of the Juvenla Watch Tour-
nament are as follows:
Jim Riley vs Petty Coleman
Pearl Trim vs Bye
Jasper Stickler vs Bye
Jim Des Londes vs Verne An-
derson
Ruth Presley vs Harriet Hochs-
tedler
Gene Hochstedler vs Bye
Nellie Whitney vs Bye
R. H. Egolf vs ye
Bill LeBrun v Howard Tetten-
btirn
Al Saarlnen vs Bye
Jack Sniiih vs Bye
Don McNevia vs Bye
Paul Moren vs Dlok Colston
G. H. Pescod vs Bye
J. R. Olson vs Bye
Gertrude Smedley vs Bye
M. B. Huff vs Evelyn Judsop
Harry Willenbrock vs Bye
Dick Thompson vs John Tow-
ery
Phil Whitney vs Bye
Wilma Lavers vs Maury Muller
R. A. Beniett v Bye
Bud Balcer vs Bye
G. A. Reynolds vs By
Bart EHck vs Louise Reynolds
John Davis vs Bye
George Riley vi Bye
Pre* Trim Jr. vs Ed Pratt
John Hardyman vs Bye
Pres Trim 8r. vs Bye
Jim Hlnkle vs Bye *
Handicaps of all contestants
and the master tournament sheet
are on the tournament boa/d at
Summit Clubhouse.
Pacific Little League
Final Batting Averages
Jack WgUon, the league's chief scorer, released the final of-
ficial batting and oltchlpg averages- Pedro Salas of the Dlablo-
HlDman Aatomen captured the batting tifie, and also gained th
nust homeruns and was tied for the most runs. Ronnie Meac
of Sears had the best pitching percentage, but Richie Hayder
wop the most games. To Elwood Phillips of the Coppers went
the distinction of pitching In most games, 12, but also he lost
the most names, 7.
EASON BATTING AVERAGES
(15 or More games)
Player Team
salas Hillman .......... l
Klrschmelr Firemen .... 18
Hotz Sears ............ 18
Tachudy Curundu ...... 20
Winkloskv Sears ....... 19
Hama Firemen ........ 20
Bateman Hillman ...... 16
Hayden Curundu ...... 20
E. Phillips Police ...... 18
Beit -^ Curundu .......... 20
AH Hits Runs
49
40
51
61
57
AveJ
Lovelady St. Mary's
Jones Curundu ........
Hi'uhn Sears..........
haichett Bt. Mary's ....
1'oy Wataon Bears ......
Curtda Bears ...........
G. Durfee Sears ........
Crook Police...........
Mead Sears ............
Icisy Hillman ........ 16
19
2(1
10
15
20
17
17
S
?
It
16
Chicago While Sox
Pull Double Trade
With Browns, A's
V UNITED PRESS
The Chicago White Box have
worked a double trade with the
Philadelphia A's and the St. Louis
Browns.
In the deal, announced shortly
after noon yesterday by Frank
Lane, the/White Sox general
manager...
Chicago picks up Don Een-
hardt. a long ball hitter who can
play the Infield or outfield. The
White Sox, anxious to keep in the
Smnant race, gave up Inflelder
ank Majeski and Outfielder
Paul Lehner.
There was quite a shuffling
around until the deal was com-
pleted. In the flrat phase of it.
the White Sox sent Majeski. who
played in only 12 games and bat-
ted .256, back to the A's. The A's
gave up Inflelder Kermlt Wahl.
' Then the stage was set for the
second phase. That one had the
White Sox trading Wahl and
Lehner to the Browns for Len-
hardt, the key man In the deal.
The 2t year old Lenhardt
played 139 games for the Browns
last year 80 of them at first
base and batted .273. He had
22 homers and 81 RBI's In that
span. That batting punch is
needed by the White Sox.
This year Lenhardt has ap-
peared in SO games, batting 2*2,
hitting in 18 runa and slamming
out five homers He'll report to
the White Sox today.
Lehner went to the Sox about
six weeks ago In a three-way
trade with the A'* and Cleveland.
Majeski joined the Sox two years
ago.
The Boston Red Sox have giv-
en Dick Pedrottl. a third base-
man from Pasadena City College,
875.030 to sign with them. Thir-
teen major league clubs had been
blddlns for the young Pasadena
star.
Pedrottl probably will be as-
signed to San Joee in the Cali-
fornia League.
Trimble Bt. Mary's...... 17
Crowder 81- Mary's .... 58
Loate Police ........
Lopez St. Mary's ...
Jus. Wwison Sears ...
Dougan Hillman
C oion Police ........... 17
Barnes Police .......... 19
McKeown St. Mary's___ 18
Si'.-ddert Curundu ...... 20
Terry Firemen ........ 20
Terry Corrigan8t. Mary's 15
Douglas Chassin Curundu 20
Durham Hillman ...... 15
Chittlck Police ........ 19
Parker Hillman ........ 18
Haisted Sears .......... 15
Million Hillman ........ 19
Klrkland 8t. Mary'a .... 19
Llniors Firemen ....... 80
Hulvosa St. Mary's...... 20
Bowen Hillman ........ 16
Fiangionl Curundu ___ 19
Schneider Firemen ___ 20
W. Morton St. Mary's .. 17
Willing Curundu ...... 18.
Wlnford Curundu ....... 20
P. Corrigan Police ..... 17
Dubola Hillman ........ 18
Huddleston Firemen .... Id
Vareo Police ........... 15
Player Team
(14 Game* It
. G
38
66
61
7
a
61
40
51
42
43
|
45
39
14
60
40
49
33
39
54
46
57
49
29
58
38
35
30
33
54
56
84
41
45
54
56
30
31
55
37
41
32
81
Less)
AB
26 29 .581
84 14 .522
26 29 .5JO
30 22 .492
27 g .474
28 452
17 11 447
24 22 .36a
22 14 .361
26 i .35
17 .354
1 11 .345
21 .344
s 5 .325
21 .314
12 6 .28(1
12 20 .27
12 7 .373
12 10 .267 .267
\i 10
5 .25(1
8 3 .241
14 7 .23
9 4 22.1
11 9 ,224
. 7 8 5 10 j
'i 10 .204
7 M
11 10 .191
9 5 .18|
6
10
6
6
t
5
8
8
7
6
5
6
6
3
S
5
3
3
2
1
2
19
t
10
7
12
7
4
11
9
11
3
9
12
8
1
9
8
.11
sfl
.ltafj
.nT
.111'
.107.
.100 |
.097
.07
.063
.032
Lavender CUruBdu .... 2
Priest Police .......... 12
Black Firemen ........ 10
Nahamad Sears ........ 12
Jas Morton St. Mary's .. 3
Derlondes Seats ........ 12
Jackson Hillman ...... 5
Foreman Sears ........ 4
Pustic Rlremen ........ 14
Folze Curundu ........ 14
Thompson 8t. Mary's .. 5
Vaail St. Mary's ........ 4
Mohler Sears .......... 11
Kielhoffer Police ...... 14
Hubbard Firemen ...... 7
Mohl Firemen ......... 9
McNall Firemen ....... 13
J. Engelke Hillman .... ll
Siegel St. Mary's ...... 9
Olivare Sears ......... 10
Duran Police .......... 13
Si-hock Firemen ........ 13
2
16
31
24
7
12
4
4
33
15
10
8
22
18
10
12
26
13
27
14
31
20
_H|ts____Runs____Ave^
1 0 .500
6 4 .375.
10 8 -323
7 5 .292
2 I .286
3 7 .250
1 1 .250
1 1 .250
7 4 .212
3 4 .200
2 2 .200
1 0 .200
4 6 .182
3 2 .167
1 0 .100
1 1 .083
2 4 .077
1 3 .077
2 4 .074
I 4 .071
3 8
1 2
.066
.050
Any plavers not listed batted .000.
Home Runs
Salas. ..... 7
Hotz......'
Most Hits
Tgchudy. ... 30
Hama...... 91
Hotz....... 26
Best. ...... 26
Salas...... 26
Hotz.
Salas.
Best.
Runs
29
29
23
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IXSSDAV, JUNE 5, 1951
tm PANAMA AMERICAN a. AN DaWBHieWT DAH. NEWSFAEErl

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CUTTING THE WEDDING CAKE at thtir reception are Lt.
and Mr. Joseph T. Danford. Jr., who were married on May
12 In the First Presbyterian church at fterrvllle, Texas. Mr.
Danlord Is the former PegRV Joyce Matr. daughter of Mr.
and Mr. Can E. Master, former Canal Zone reldenU.
oeOeo
DIPLOMATIC CORPS HONORED
GENERAL PORTER LAST EVENING
Member of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Panama
were host at a reception at the Panama Golf Club last even-
ing In farewell tq General Ray E. Porter, Commanding Gen-
eral, US. Army, Caribbean, and Mrs. Porter.
General and Mrs- Potter left by plane early this morning
tor his new post at Fort Sreckenridge, Kentucky.
Pegry Joyee Master
Marrie in Texa
The following item has been
received, clipped from the Kerr-
vllle (Texas) Times:
The marriage of Lt- Joseph F.
Danford, Jr., to Miss Peggy Joyce
Masters, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Masters, was solemn-
ized Saturday evening, May 12.
in the First Presbyterian Church
in Kerrvllle with the Rev. William
M. Logan, pastor of th church,
officiating-
Tall baskets of white gladioli
were used as a background for the
bridal party and were placed near
the altar. Mr. James 8. Colley
played a prelude of organ muslo
and accompanied Mrs. Donald H,
Smith, lyric soprano, who sang
Mallott's arrangement of "The
Lord's Prayer."
The bride, who was given In
marriage by her father, wore a
white weathervane suit, with
white accessories, and carried a
white Bible, showered with a gar-
denia and stephanotls. 8he wore
matching pearls and earring as
her jewelry. 8he was attended by
Mrs. Bert St, Germalne. Jr.. who
wore a navy suit and accessories,
and carried yellow gladiolus flo-
rets.
Max Danford of Houston, bro-
ther of the bride, served as the
best man for the bridegroom and
the ushers were Cpl. Bert it.
Germain, Jr,. who formerly lived
In the Canal Zone, and is now
stationed in San Antonio, and W.
R. Henkw.
After the wedding, a reception
was held in the home of the
bride's parents at 505 Lewla
Street, Kerrvllle. Pink carnations
formed the centerpiece for the
bride' table, with pink tapers
and silver appointments. The
wedding cake was served by the
bridegroom's mother. Mr. Adolph
Welneoke presided at the punch
bowl.
Later in the evening the young
couple left for a wedding trip, al-
ter which they will be at home in
Enid, Oklahoma, where Lt. Dan-
ford is stationed at the Air Force
Base.
The bride has lived in Kerr-
vllle for the last several months,
having come here from Balboa,
Canal Zone, where she attended
school and college. The bride-
groom Is the son of Mr., and Mrs.
J. F. Danford of Junction. Tex-
as, lie received his commission
in the Air Forces soon after World
I War II and 'ater attended the
University of Texas Since hi
recall to duty he has been In Enid.
During the reception Mr. and
Mr. Karl H. Masters, brother
and sister-in-law of the brjde,
and both former Canal Zone re-
sidents, telephoned from their
home hi Peoria, Illinois, to con-
gratulate the couple.
Out-of-town guests at the wed-
ding were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dan-
ford and son of Junction; Max
Danford and Miss Dorothy Ber-
geron of Houston; and Cpl. and
Mrs, St. Germain of San Antonio.
Officer1 Wives Schedule
Barn Dance Friday
The Fort Amador Officers'
Wives Club will hold a barn dance
at 6:30 p.m. Friday evening at
the Arrny-Nvy club. A fried
chicken dinner will be served,
followed by square dancing un-
der the direotion of ap expert
caller.
During the evening there will
be a raffle of a 400-day clock, and
tickets for that event will be solo
during the dance.
Reservations for the dinner
will bqe open until Thursday
noon and those wishing to attend
are asked to contact anv mem-
ber of the club. Price of the tick-
ets, including dinner and dance,
is 1.35.
CW6 fhes* wctnaWuf, sura-fo-p/ansa
puddings that ypu cam mokt in o jiWy...
Just add milk, cook 5 minuta.
Foot Itch Cause Curbei
Pain and Itching
Quickly Eased v
*&M'-^-':
Do you- ftt Itch so badly that they
early drive y,.u ira? Qoei cha akin
011 >uur faat uroak aril peel? Ara thara
Dilatara batwaan your toaa and on tha
{flat uf your fatt? Do thaia bliatara
reak an* run and causa inora pilatera
to farm? Do your faat eat to eors at
tmala that they actually blaad? If you
auffar from these foot trouklee, }ou
aaould reaiiaa that ilia raal cama li
farm or funfua. To rid yourielr if
theee irout/'ai. you ha.a
To rid youriaif nf
. 11 hato to kill the
fariua that areaeeaeao two c#o>oo
fortunately It la puaeikle to over-
eme thai* foot troublaa and aleo van
I rnoat stubborn ringworm Infection
th Niaedeiwa recently devdloped
oaWntiSo Amarle formula, and new
Import! by leading DrujcUtt.
Nlxederm kaa th... thrte deiffro ac-
tlona: 1. It helps to (111 tha trina, para-
!'u*l V* '""" rePlb| fpr theee
foot Infection, h noil at ringworm, on
any part of th, body. f. ft slope the
lth and ouothei and roola tko akin.
I. It make* the skin soft, ojear and
eroootk-
Qet Nlcederm from your druggla*
"y_4pp'y it mnifUt and see the\l
improVattiei't In tke morning-. In a few
days' time Nlxoderm will have attacked
* ftr."1*' Perajlto and fungue te-
aponflbla for yqar trouble and you can
sao fof younelf 'ht your sk|n rapidly
is lieromlnK oeft. clear, amootk Old
DooJthr. Oat NUtdrm from your rug-
aiat toda*-.
IAWC Sehedulea Lsmehaon
at II Panama Saturday
The Inter-American Women's
Club will hold a luncheon and
(eneral assembly at the Hotel El
anama at 12:10 p.m. Saturday.
This meeting will serve aa a fare-
well to the old board of the group
and a welcome to the new on*.
The secretary of the organisa-
tion will be present to aocept dues
for the year 1951.33. Cards will
be played immediately following
the lunoheon and those wishing
to play are asked to bring cards,
pads and pencils.
Reservations for the luncheon
and for card tables can be made
until Thursday at 6 p.m. Those
wishing to attend can make re-
servations by calling the Inter-
American Women's Club at 2-
S465 (Canal Zone number) or 8-
0618 (Panama number between
the hours of 9 a.m. and noon and
3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday and
Thursday.
Commander arid Mrs. Fan*ell
Entertain This Evening
Commander and Mrs. Charles
Bradford Farwell will entertain
at a cocktail party at their resi-
dence at 0:30 this evening In
honor of Commander and Mrs.
Thomas Dubols of the Naval mis-
sion to Barranqullla. Colombia,
who are house guests of Lt.
Commander and Mrs. Francis
Dubols at Farfan.
Auto Makers Favor
High Priced Models
Army Daughters
Hold Election
New officers of the Army
Daughters were chosen at a tea
held recently at the Albrook Of-
ficers' Club, the last meeting Of
the group until September. Hos-
tesses at the tea ware Mrs. Rob-
ert Williams. Mrs. William Wells
and Miss Jane Mallan.
Officers elected at the meeting
will take office when the group
reconveen In the fall. Chosen as
president was Mrs. Robert Will-
iams; vice-president, Mrs. Virgil
Shaw; Secretary. Mrs. J. I
Schtitz; treasurer, Mrs. M. H.
Truly: and second vice-president,
Miss Barbara Shaw.
Bledsoes' Guests
Visit Cerro Campana
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Arnold,
the house guests of Rear Admiral
and Mrs. AM Bledsoe. visited
today with the Bledsoes at Quin-
ta San Lorenso. the Cerro Cam-
pans home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
B Moore.
During the rest of thi week
the Arnolds will visit other points
of interest In Panama, including
Taboga and the San Bias Islands.
Isthmian Nurses
Meet Tomorrow
The regular monthly meeting
of the Isthmian Nurses' Associa-
tion will be held in the nurses'
lounge at Oorgas Hospital to-
morrow evening at 7:80.
Lt. Col. Lyman,. Chief of the
Surgical Service at the Fort Clay-
ton Army Hospital, will be the
guest speaker.
Mrs. Geulet Attends
Son's Graduation
Mrs. Arthur W. Qoulet was in
the audience at graduation exer-
cises at Notre Dame University In
South Bend, Indiana on Sunday
when her son, Arthur W. Goulet.
Jr.. received his Bachelor of
Laws degree. She had flown t
South Bend from Albuquerque.
New Mexico, where the previous
week she had attended the grad-
uation of her daughter. Mary
Goulet Zagone, from the Univer-
sity of New Mexico. Mrs. Goulet
will return to the Jathmu short-
ly-
Mr. Branstetter
to Leave for States
Mr. Neil m. Branstetter will
sail aboard the SS. Cristobal
Friday for the States. He will
travel to Pittsburg, Kansas,
where he will spend the summer
months with his fathei.
Mrs. Newcomer te Give
Morning Coffee
Mr. Francis K. Newcomer will
give a morning coffee at the gov-
ernor's residence on Thursday
for the community workers and
board of directors of the Bella
Vista Children's Home.
Mr. M< Nair Gives
faculty Luncheon
J. gtuart McNair of the Canal
Zone Junior College faculty was

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V I fa a delioioue bovorago
V it contain no stimulant
V it help you enjoy a restful sleep
V it'a prepsred right in th cup
with hot water or milk
04 POSTUM ladev
DETROIT,, June 3. (UP)
Cheaper models of the more po-
pular cars may be:ome as scarce
as hens' teeth under the Gov-
ernment' new metal controls
announced Saturday if car mak-
ers cgn still find buyers lor
their more De Luxe Jobs.
At the same time, the order
means thousands more auto
workers may llnd themselves
out of jobs until defense work
actually get to the assembly
Une stage.
With the industry limited tp
63 per cent of the steel, alu-
minum and copper It used for
cars last summer, manufactur-
ers are expected to concentrate
on models with the widest pro-
fit mgrgln.
As one Independent exectuive
put U: "We're In business to
make money. With our metals
limited we're going to make
Hie car with the biggest profit
to us until the public stops
wanting them."-
Limited production means
smaller work forces. Henry
Ford announced his company
would lay off 14,000 within 0
days. General Motors' employ-
ment is down about 10 per cent
from last year's peak. Other
makers have cut the same
amount or more.
The National Production Au-
thority, which orderecrthe pro-
duction outs, said some manu-
facturers may be able to nro"""
more cars without using more
1 metal than allowed by switch-
ing to lighter cars.
ThU may oe true, industry
sources agree, but smaller unit
production reduces unit profit
on cheap cars, where the mar-
. gin la mall anyway, with the
Iniargain giegta' on more ex-
pensive lines manufacturers can
be expected to push these the
Any shift to light cars will be
dictated t>y sales, not by Gov-
ernment edlft, so long as the
NPA does not specifically order
manufacturers to emphasi7e
their cheaper lines source said.
The big three makersGen-
eral Motors, Chrysler and Ford
still are having little trouble
selling their cars despite severe
credit restrictions. And the rule
r_th.er than tha exception In the
Wrd-Chevrolet-Plymouth clas
is De Luxe models rather than
the cheapest two-door coupe.
The smaller independent com-
panics, some of them already
in serious sales troubles, may
find it advantageous to shift to
lower prleed models, but strictly
for market reasons, not metal
restrictions.
Some of them were not using
the amount of vital metals al-
loted to them under previous
control order of 75 per cent. Th
additional II per cent reduction
to 63 per cent will have little
serlou effect on them during
the July-August-September per-
iod when car production nor-
mally goea down anyway.
host to all member of the Jun-
ior College faculty and their
wives at a luncheon today at the
Hotel Tlvoli following the grad-
uation exercises of th Junior
college at the Ancon Thiater.
Gay Hogan Return
from College
Mis Gay Hogan, a student at
Texas State College for Women
in Dentn, Texas, returned to the
Isthmus by plane Saturday even-
ing. She will spend the summer
months with her parents, Mr.
and Mr, p. J. Hogan of Balboa.
Peggy Ana Sylvestre
Miss Peggv Ann vvele.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Sylvestre of Balrjua. was gradua-
ted from Syracuse University in
Syracue, New York, yesterday.
Her mother, who sailed from the
Isthmus two weeks ago. attend-
ed the graduation ceremonies, at
which Miss Sylvestre received a
Bachelor' degree with a major in
business education.
Fort Clayton Brow/ies
Hold "Fly-l'p" Caret lony
Eight Brownies of Troop 47 be-
came full-fledged Girl Scouts in
a "fly-up" ceremony held at the
Brownie room at Fort Clayton
Thursday.
The mothers of the eight "fly-
ups" wore guests at the meeting
at which Brownie leader Mrs. R.
J. MaritvliHe cond'"'"' '
rmony. She also showed colt/ed
slides of a pollera uauv t,......
the Brownie-: i.nd of a trip to the
interior of Panama.
The troop presented a gift to
Mrs. Marklllle, who Is resigning
as Brownie leader and to Senior
Girl Scout Doris Cawthern, who
has been helping the group. The
new leaders of the troop will be
Mrs. C B. Wiggins and Mrs. I. R.
Lyman.
Robert G. Matheneys Entertain
at Sunday Brunch
Or- and Mra. Robert O. Ma-
theney entertained at a brunch
Sunday m/rnlng at their resi-
dence in Aneon in honor "r *.
and Mrs. Charles Tilllod of Pan-
ama, who will leave shortly to re-
sid In Lima, Peru. Their quests
Included Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. George
Dllfer, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Ma-
theney and their guest. Miss
Betty Price and Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Darden.
Mr. Thornton Returns
from Boqueta
Mrs. Philip Thornton returned
Sunday from a six-week vacation
In Boquete, spent at the Hotel
panamonte.
Haskeiis Entertain
at Buffet Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Haskell of
Rodman entertained at a buffet
dinner at their residence on Sat-
urday evening. Their guest list In-
cluded Chinese mlnlstfsr, Dr.
Cheng chen-yu. Col. and Mrs.
Charles Nussbaum, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Garvn, Mrs. Tso Hung Sou-
Chang and Miss Mercedes Laf tar--
gue.
Dinner Given By
Roger Hacketts
Mr. and Mrs. Roger O. Hackett
entetralned at a dinner given at
their residence at Balboa Heights
*|imdav evening. Their guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Subert Turby-
flll. Mr. and Mrs. George Wright
and Col. and Mrs. James Wergln.
All Star Circle to
"Meet Tomorrow
The members of the All Star'
Circle will hold a luncheon meet-
Ing at I p.m. tomorrow In the I
Scottish Rite Temple In Balboa.
MR. AND MRS. SAM AUBRY FOREMAN cutting their wed-
ding cake at the reception which followed their wedding
Saturdav evening at the home of the bride's narents, Mr. and
Mrs. Smile Q. Martin of Old Cristobal. Mrs. Foreman was
the former Miss Germalne Gabrielle Martin.
OoOoo
MON VOYAGE PARTY
FOR MR. AND MRS. WITT
The Cristobal Little Theatre members held a supper Party
at the Theatre Building Sunday evening to honor Mr. and
Mrs. W. Wallace Witt, who have been active members of the
organization and are leaving for the States to make their
heme.
Slide af plays in which tba honoree had performed
were shown, and as the cast of "Angel Street" wat present,
they put on an impromptu, farce presentaitan of this play.
The members and guest who
were present Included: Mr. and
Mrs. Roger A. Qrvls, l\t. and
Mrj. Paul Beck, Mr. :iel Booz,
Miss Grace Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Femle. Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Leeser, Sr Captain and
Mrs. W. B. Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Armilage, Commander
and Mrs. I. J. Frankel, Mr. and
Mrs. John Blennerhassett, Miss
Abe Bowman. Miss Dora Perret.
Captain and Mrs. Roy Rice, Mr.
J. L. Williams, Mrs. John Ling-
wood, Mr. Jamas Fernandez and
Mr. Bremer Jorstad.
Someone youwm
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HAM ILTON
Yu csn be tare yen'r* giving the lineal when yen giv
e Hamilton. For only Hamilton live p to all the und-
ard of fine watrhmaking. Tested accuracy ed lime-
enrlttrin beauty have aimed for Hamilton lb title,
-The Aristocrat of ?atcbe.M
Adjenfe G*/o/
M. Espineta, Apartado 49S, Pejnomn. t.
Informal Dinner Party
for Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Book-
out of Quopos, Costa Rtci. were
tha guests of Mr. and Mr. Will-
iam E- Adam at dinner last
evening, at their Brazos Heights
home.
The other guests were Dr. and
Mrs. Wayne Gilder and Miss
Nancy Ollder.
Mr. and Mrs. Bookout sailed to-
day for Costa Rica, where he Is
the manager for the United Fruit
Company. They have been the
house guests of the Gliders.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams moved re-
cently to hause No. 1 at Brazos
Heights.
Mr*. Tatuasen
Honored with Ihowar
Mrs. Jamas Thompson was hon-
ored with a shower given Sunday
at the home of Mr. L. H. Scran-
ton of France Field by Mrs.
Scranton, Mrs. John A Eberenz
of Rousseau and Mrs. James
Carnole of coco solo.
Tea was served after the gifts
were opened by the honores. Mrs.
county and itate elections will be
arranged. These elections will bo
held Sunday morning following
church services.
The new Governor of Caribbean
Girls State will be Inaugurated
i at a ceremony to wlii'.i the pub-
lic is cordially invited at building
208. Fort Sherman, Sunday al
3:00 p.m.
i Tbeslaff members will include:
Mrs. Ne|son Magner, Director;
i Mrs. Arthur V. Corbett, Adminls-
' tration, assisted by Mrs. William
Loehr: Mrs. Kay P. Fisher, Di-
rector of Education, aaslsted by
i Mrs. Pat Ryan and Mis AnneU
God by. Governor o 1930 Cari -
bean Girls State; Mr. Richard
Carle. Mr. Vera Simonsen. Mr/.
Wllber Galuiha and Mrs. Jack
arr as Senior counselors; Miw
| Patricia Walker, mm Honya M.or-
ley. Miss Marge Wiley. Miss
Juanita Meeks and Miss Carolyn
Bmotis?. of 1980 Girl Staters, aa
Junior Counselors: Mr. Steve
Ralney. Recreation Dlrentor;
Miss Jean Dough, Editorial Chief;'
Mrs. John Youart. House Mo-
ther ;' Mrs. Ruth Daniel, Trans-
Rortation Chairman; Mra Georr a
adeau. president of the Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary. Department
Of Panama "'anal Zone, will act
(as official nostesi throughout tha
week, assisted by Mrs. John
1 Crawford,
The girls who will attend are
High School girls, starting their
Senior year In the fall. They in-
clude from the Atlantic Side:
MUseg Jacqueline Boyle, Eliza-
beth Dough, Virginia Fahle, Eha
Fernandez, Martha Graham. Ma-
ry Ann Hannlgan, Nellie Holger-
on. Patricia Howard. Gwendolyn,
Karlger. Jeanine Nix. Nidia Oli-
ver Nancy Ramsey. Joan BaTon,
Arden Cooke. Sheila Fearon. Li-
lia Flores, Patricia Foster. Polly
Fraaler, Colla Goodln, Mary Han-
rahan. Jacque Hutching. Shir-
ley Karat, Peggy Low, Mary
Morley, Jacqueline MorrlU. Clau-
dia Nolan, Ccil Russell, Virginia
Selbv, Barbara Shaw, Sharon
sigfrld, Anna Stapler, Martarec-
, Strau, Nancy Well, Ann West
Harry Bno presided at the table i Rnd Herminia Flla. ,,. .
which was decorated In a pink______ >
and blue color scheme. A decora- I CotHlian Board Mooting
ted cake topped with a stork.; The Board of tha Washington
formed tha centerpiece. [cotillion Club will meet ,Uila
The guest* Inoluded Mrs. Ruth' evening at 7:00 p.m. at tha Ma-
L. Turner, Mr. William Long,' garltg Clubhooie. All member*
Mrs. Howard Flnnegan, Mr. Ar-1 jre urged to attend
thur Orandall, Mr. George Eg-' -----,
ger, Mrs. B. Humphrey, Mrs
L. 8. Hunnlcutt.Mrs. C. O. Kel-
ly, Mrs. Joseph Noonan, Mrs.
George Allgaicr, Mrs. Maurice
Leon, Mrs. D. G. Rakes. Mrs.
David Ebersue. Mrs. Frank Will-
iams, Mrs. Reva Starke, Mr.
Anna Miller. Miss Jennie 8-
trlale. Miss Jean Dough and Miss
Joyce Jiawthorne.
Mis* Diane Ebereng. a cousin of
the lioni/ree assisted the hostess-
Visitor
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Eberens
and children were th* weak cod
guest of Mr. and Mr. Jamea
Carnola of Coco Solo.
Caribbean Girl State
upen Friday
Caribbean Olrl State will open
Friday at Fort Sherman. The
program will concntrate on city
government the first day and
county and state government the
second day. Following instruo-
Announcement
8gt. and Mra. Albert Charlea
Bresch. of Coco Slito are receiv-
ing congratulations on the* birth
of their first ohlld, son, on Sun-
day. May 30 at the Coco Solo Na-
val Hospital. Th* baby has been
named fox his father.
Mrs. Bruch la the former Mis*
Barbara Lou Madlton of New
Cristobal.
Atlantic Side Sbriner Hold
nance at Davii Officer Club
The Atlantic side members of
Abou Saad Temple. A-A-O..NAL
lion periods, city officials will be 8., sponsored a very successful
elected and the preliminaries for I (Continued on Paga EIGHT)
Something
to Depend Upon
Humanity' call today i 'or
acurity; Can what we think
protect us?
Ther is n answer of price-
leu Msurance now it hand.
Many in heartfelt ertitudc are
finding it in the Christian Sci-
ence textbook
SCIENCE and HEALTH
W|T V TO TH ICIirTI.lt
by Mary Baker Eddy
Sineere study of this great
bcigk ibow anyone how to
turn to God in way that w
both practical and certain. It
shows how to avail oneself of
the Bible promise, "Thou wilt
keep him in perfect peace,
whose mind is stayed on ihee:
because he trustetb in thee"
(Isaiah 26:3).
Science nd Health may be
read, borrowed or bought at
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
READING ROOM
Ste Anran Blvd.. Anean
Manday Thru tries
1-11 a.ai., t-l *.sa.
Slurde -ll aaa.
Ms. and frl. 7 *JH.
Cla-k Cantar, Gamboa
Mondays 7- *.ai.
Corner Bolivar H'wor
O nia Si.. Cristobal
Man. Tauro. Prl.
iU-aNBVW*
Uranaedoo toocerol| <* nrleej.
Sundar Scoool eou Iree auklK Inures
aleo svsilab'r.
Pity taw *o*v id timar ... to
olf-cookiovi in roild of etaart,
ttyliflf. lotira your oul-modo*)
timepiece ond proudly w*or new
O'uonPrecijion watch . tVit a*'
fotrwon ... Aril a depoadoajHrly.
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.mi;..
MIAHS YOM'li FA$HION-IOHl
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Veri -Thin
Watch
$40.-
Other
distinguished
Watches
by OKI EN
TAHITI
Th* Jawelry Store
137 Central Ave. 137
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 7 "H" Strtcl Pinant
*ie. III? Central At*. Colo
Frances Farrell
Named Winner Of
JC Annual Award
Frances Farrell. a summa cum
laude student and vice president
of the sophomore class o the Ca- (UP) Buxom blonde Florence
nal Zone Junior College, Tivsday Redelshelmer, who had her ex-
Hubby, Nabbed On Lunac
Charge, Pleads Love Crazi
NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 5
FOR SALE
Household
:OR SALE:Refrigerotor, G. E., 25
cycle, old but in excellent condi-
tion, $60.00. Small portoble ice
box, aluminum," practicolly new
$20.00. Electric fon 60 cycle, $10.
00. Telephone Balboa 3063, from
"7 o. m. to 4 p. m.
fOR SALE: Household article.
'"'Maytag;, 25?cycle washing mo-
. chine. Dry closet 16 1-2" x 36"
x 7-. Phone Novy 2234. Qtrs.
1,343-A, Quarantine oRd, 15 N.
D.
*._^_.^-^^^^
FOR SALE:Bamboo choir and Ot-
.. uman plastic covered, innerspring
-cushions. 4 bomboo diningroom
chairs. 1 coffee table, child bed
'and high chair, 25 cycle Bendix.
.'Kodak 8 mm. Mag. 1.9, Kodak
.-.,400 ft. Projector. Day light screen.
-.-House 229 P.edro Miguel. Tel. 4-
3 ...319.
rOR SALE:Mohogony bedroom et,
k..iS.175 or separately as follows. Vo-
MMty with mirror 4x5 ond stool
$60.00, wardrobe double dcorj
w.th mirrors, $55.00. double bed
coil spring and mattress, $45.00,
..\Jtlfthr table $15.00. House 2002-
.Aa.Curunriu.
sOR SALE.Westlnghouse retriger-
.'r 9*- 6 months left on. guoran-
tee (25 cycle), Venetian blind,
generol electric radio, miscella-
neous tools, girl's bicycle (26"J,
,.a#fpdix washer 125 cycle), Chinese
Sook rug. bed lamps, tan window
shades. floor_ lamps, single and
double bed spreads, singer electric
wing mochine 25 cycle, girl
icout uniform sue 10, mohogony
tattle. House 610-C, Cocoli. Phcne
I-1067.
,fOR .SALE:Livingroom set, with
machine drapes arid mohogony
I tawiroom set ot 615-D, Cocoli, Ca-
nol Zone, Mrs. Blumheny. Tel. 4-
116.______________________.
/OR. SALE: Baby crib, $15.00.
. Small bar, $20.00. Mohogony
chest of drawers, $35.00. Moho-
gofiy wardrobe. $50.00. Baby
wardrobe, $20.00. China closet.
,. $35.00. Apply Ecuador Avenue No.
20
FOR SALE
Boats & Vlolors
FOR SALE-:Ten inch tilt arbor, oil
oftaehmentj 1-2. 3-4, 2. H. P. 25
cycle rr.ojors, Sander, deep freeze
unossembled, Balboa 3429.
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RESORTS
Enjoy on inexpensive vacation. Every-
thing for you ond your children.
Shrapnel's houses ori beach at
Santa Claro. No reservations ne-
cessary.
Willioms Santa Clara Beach Cottage.
. Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion, Rockgas ranges Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekend.
Phillip*. Beach cottages. Sonto Clora
Box number 435. Bolboa. Phona
Panom 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gramlicn's Santa Clara beoch-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rales. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE
Automobiles
efare you buy USED car Mr.
Lobo, > sails Hie beet ueed can in
law*. AUTOLANDIA 4th. of July
Ava. No. IS. Tel. 2-3115.
FOR SALE: Pockord Sedan 1942
model. Radio. atlect. Windsh'ield
Wipers, good tires. Phone 3-2561.
FOR SALE:Nosh Ambassador, 4
door 1940. insured. In flood con-
dition, $300.00. Phone 25-3355.
GIVE YOUR CAR THE SEMIAANUAL
CHECK BY EXPERT MECHANICS
AT Tropicol Motors.
FOR SALE: 1942 Plymouth. 2-
door Sedan. A-l condition. Price
$400. Call at house 2002-A, Cu-
rundu".
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY for invest-
" ment in Florido's fastest growing
community, in the heart oj citrus
industry where new Nationol and
' State highwoys intercept. Invert in
jupe^-markets. deportment stores,
restaurants, lake resorts, farming
and ranching lands. For further
details see W. L. (Shorty) Hulling-
.r Tivoli Hotel, offer 4 p. m.
todoy through Thursday.
I
f ST & FOUND
LOST: Hunting dog. white,/ with
* block ond brown spots, in vicinity
" of Cement Factory. Answers to
name "Tony." Call 2-0059. H.
Rodrigue:.
LESSONS
Cearn, poise, grace, balance ond self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
w-Leave name, address, phone at
desk Balboa YMCA or Bex 106
Balboa. Hornelt & Dunn..
ofr^' Spanish with Mrs. Romero
wonderful conversational system.
T'Estudiante St. 77-A
MLSIC Beainners rid thee who
"elreody play; try new fascinoting
plaYio method which guarantee:
fast remits. Free demonstration
' Bennett No. 9, Juan B. Sosa. Tel.
2-T282.
FOR SALE:Thbj Weak. 1950 Oldi-
mobile 76 Holiday Coupe-Hydro
matk, radia, lignol diractiam,
clock, underrated, 7100 iriilea
$2.600.00. Duty paid. Phone: 3-
3107.
MISCELLANEOUS
Da you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcohlica Anonymou
ai 2031 Anean. C. Z.
FOR SALE
'iliM-rllaiifou*
FOR SALE:High gloss oil paints
ana enamel Mildew-prool $3 25
gallon TrODidur Stores
FOR SALE: Singer sewing hand
mochine, Underwood typewriter,
gas stove. play pen, baby crib.
Phone 9.6. Colon.
FOR SALE: 1931 Model A Ford
Roadster 1-4 HP. 25-cycle mo-
tor. Man's Polm Beach dinner
jacket and trousers inewl. Mis-
cellaneous household items, chairs,
bookshelves, work tobies, porch
swing. House 176 Gamboa. Tel.
6-180.
FOR SALE:1947 Chevrolet 4-door
Sedan, excellent condition, $800
00. Coll P. A. D. 31 18. House 551
B. Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:1946 Dodge, four door
cdon, 39,000 miles, nylon scat
covers, $850 00. Call 83-2107.
Qtrs. 557-B, Curundu Hgts., C. Z.
FOR SALE:1947 Bick, 4 Door Se-
dan, 31,000 actual miles, one own-
er, new tires, plastic covers, best
offer over $1.000. 83-5195 or
86-4165.
FOR SALE: 1951 Metallic Green
Custom Tudor V8 Ford. WSW
tires ond radio. Phone 83-6251.
after 4 p. m. ,
FOR SALE:1949 Plymouth Speciol
De Luxe, like new. Coll Panama
2-2064.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 1949
Dynotlow. two door sedan, dutv
paid, black, seatcovers, white wall
$1.500. Owner leaving country,
tires, rodiO. in excellent condition.
Call 3-1975.
FOR SALE:1947 four door black
Chevrolet Seden. Excellent me-
chanicol condition. Telephone Al-
brook 3213 ofter 1600.
OtUCIOUS)

FOR SALE:Pontioc dark blue, hy-
dramotic, new tires, 4 door, lew
mileoge, priced to sell. Coll 2-
0860.___________________________
FOR SALE
Motorcyele"
FOR SALE: Indian motorcycle.
Excellent condition. Hos soddle
borii. lights, runs off battery. Te-
lephone 2-6307.
FOR SALE: Kreiter upright piono,
excellent tone. $200. Double bed
innerspring mattress and box
springs, $60.00 for both. Non-
draft baby bed and innerspring
mottress, $25. Two metal lawn
chairs. $5.00 each. Child oak desk.
$10.00. Webster. Chicago model
178 wire recorder with 2 micro-
phones. 2 take-up reels, 10-cne
hour spools wire, 6 spare spools,
$125.00. Underwood typewriter,
$10.00. Simmons innerspring Stu-
dio couch, (no pillows,) makes 2
single beds, $15.00. Quarters 122
A. Albrook. Tel. 86-4107.
FOR SALE: Apartment size, crib,
$15.00. House 1415-B, Corr St..
Ba boa.
Mother, JUMPING-JACK Shoes for
children give young feet the right
start, from the cradle to 4 years,
sold exclusively ot BABYLANDIA,
No. 40. 44th Street, Bella Visto.
Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE: ' Trailer, heavy duty.
Good condition. reasonable. Eox
52, Curundu.
FOR SALE: Leaving for States,
1941 Plymouth Club, Coupe, new
paint. Philco radio. 8065, 8th St
New Cristobal.
We wish to advise all poultry raisers
that a vdried shipment of the in-
superable Full-O-Pep feeds hos
arrived. Prices of all types are os
follows: 100 Lb. sacks. $6.75; 50
Lb. socks. $3 40; 25 Lb. socks,
$1,75. Molino Criollo, Panama.
FOR SALE: Shotgun, 12 gouge
pump. $65.00 Phone 36-318.
Wanted Position
FOR SALE:Cushman motor scoot-
er, late model, like new, $200.00.
Qtrs. 122-A, Albrook, 86-4107.
WANTED:White woman experi-
ence in caring for children, desires
job os baby sitter. Curundu 86-
6228.
Position Offered
Position open tor qualified male, ap-
plicants for clerical work. Span-
ish-English speaking required olso
must type ond hove previous busi-
ness experience. Apply to Cargo
Department. Pan American World
Airwoys. Thursdoy. June 7 from
8. a. m. to 1 p. m.
High Plood P
K Ht*b Blood Prm
ressure
Prvaoure maltes
you.dlciy, have palna aroaatd
heart, headaches, abort breath, fta*
digestion, palpitation, and awollen
irt-lai you can get almoat instan!
rIlef from theff dangerous eymp
mma w_ HVXOX Aak your
rhrml. f.ir H W >\ id_> and (ai
rare rounder In a few u/t
RAW,
IRRITATED
THROAT?
For Prompt Ke/ie/
Try TAMCRO
for cough due> B
to cold.
Plea*am-uneeffec-
tivefor both adults and
children. At your druggist.
Tancro w^p
a_w-.e NOtbVICM -ne-_ct
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
apartment, two bedrooms, large
kitchen, all utilities and utensils,
COOL. Two months only. July ond
August. Reasonable. Phone Pon.
2-1264, 7 o. m. to 4.00 p. m.
Evening 3-3010 Mr. Powell:
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
apartment, very cool, with Frigi-
daire, $75.00 ond $60.00. Apply
No. 2. 47th Street from, 4 p. m.
to 6 p. m.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom apart-
ment, dlning-livingroom, screened,
B.60.00. Entrarce Son Francisco;
key 85 Cuba Avenue, telephone
3-0841.
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventiloted
2 bedroom apartment, each with
bath, living-diningroom, servant's
quarter, hot water installation.
Good location, Bella Visto, No. 32,
44th Street, telephone 3-0815.
FOR RENT: In E<:lla Vista, Son
Martin Avenue No. 6. Upstairs
opartment, entire floor, completely
furnished: large porch with bar,
livingroom, diningroom, 3 bed-
rooms, office, large bathroom. r*8t
information inquire bottom floor.
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment.
gas, lights included, across from
bus stop. 4th of July Avenue No.
5. Phone 2-4448, Panama.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, corner Federico Boyd:
bedroom, kitchen, bath, frigidoire,
very cool.- Telephone 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished'apart-
ment including electric Refriger-
ator, porch, parlor diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen, sanitary service,
garoge, tiled. All scresned. 550.-
00. Inquire 112 Via Belisorio
Porras neor SAS Store.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apartment,
one bedroom, kitchen and porch.
For information opply personally
ot Mercado Modelo, East 29th and
Justo Arosemcna. Don't call by te-
lephone.
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Furnished rooms with
porch, kitchen if desired. Apply
over Chase Bank, corner llth &
Bolivar. only entrance BoLvar.
House 10123. phone 233 Colon.
FOR RENT: Room,, opposite De
Lesseps Park, above Boyd Bros.,
office "L" street No. 3. last floor.
Panamo.
FOR RENT
Mfarellaiieoiifl
FOR RENT:Attractive spacious of-
fice, oirconditioned, 90 square
meters. PBX telephone and jonitor
service and all modern convenien-
ces, occoustic ceiling ond floor,
must be seen to be apprecicted.
Morfinr Building, Tel. 2-0610.
FOR RENT: Uppar floor ot the
Panama Trust Co. with or without
office furniture Area 4,000 square
feet, with air conditioning ond te-
lephone switchboard. Apply Pon-
era Trust Co. for nformotion.
Mario De Die* Will
Direct Colon Free
Zone: Experts Here
COLON. June 5.Former For-
eign Minister Mario de Diego
will be named Director of the
Colon Free Zone, it was learned
today.
Two American engineers from
the construction firm of Par-
sons & Company are arriving
today to make a study for thr
construction of the Free Zone
piers. They are General Gene
Hall and William Waterbury.
who will also Investigate the
possibilities for raising funds
for the construction.
The study will cost $27.500. a
Free Zone spokesman said.
Bin^o At Gamboa
The Gamboa Oolf and Coun-
try Club invites all members,
their families, friends and all
well wishers to tingo games
rtitrt'n" at 7 pjn President Boh
Snaln rtated that a .-nack 1
I ould be .M..a v-lthout charge.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
To regular users of
WELDWOOD GLUE
Our long-delayed shipment
HAS FJNALL ARRIVED
Now available, for the first
time In Panam, in
SH oi. to 25 pound tins.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
far CUSHIONS SLir-lovnc .,.
BK-UPHOLSTERINR c..lu,^? vhM
our how-room Cu.tom bull r..|.
' ' ;P"''''y S our Deco.
Jl'T* brie*. Fret Gittmaire v.
f'0dNeA V. UE'"r<* "*"'
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Dell wry.
Tel 3-1713
#22 E 29th St.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IIIF Synchronised
LENSE8 ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z Shipment
At Factors Prices.
Porras
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
RADI0EAR
Trouble Free Hearing Aids
with a lifetime
guaranteed microphone!
Ask for a Free
Demonstration at your
FULLER BRUSH-
ELECTROLUX
Distributor.
18 "J" St. (near Ancon P.O.)
Tel. Panama. 2-2386 2-326S
morning was announced as win-
ner of the College's annual Hon-
or Award.
The announcement was made
by the Junior College Dean. Ro-
ger C. Hackett, at commence-
ment ceremonies at the Ancon
Community Theater.
Miss Farrell is the daughter of
Mrs. E. G. McQueary of Curun-
du. She Is the seventeenth win-
ner of the award Which was made
by the first graduating class of
the Junior College in 1935 "In
honor of the member of each
class of the Canal Zone Junior
College who contributed most to
the spiritual. Intellectual and ex-
tra-curricular life of the college."
Her name will be Inscribed on
a plaque which Is located on the
first floor of the Junior College
building. A major in liberal arts,
she Is also a let'rr holder for
participation In the college
sports program. She has L in
accepted as a student at Vessar
College where she will preoare
for a career as a high school
teacher of English and History.
Miss Farrell is winner of the $400
scholarship presented annually
by the Canal Zone College Club
to a graduate of the Junior Col-
lege.
The complete list of graduates
follows:
John A. Alexander, June At-
kinson, Mary Lea Azcarraga.
Donald Boland, Horacio Chai,
Enrique Chung, William Frcnk-
lin Clarke. Jr., Beatriz Alicia Cor-
doba Z., John Basil Corliss, Jr.,
Barbara A. Curies. Arturo Diez,
Jeannine D.organ, Joyce Ann Du-
gas. Francs EUztoeth Farrell,
Edwin Antonio Gajeskl, Richard
C. Goff, David B. Hahn. Jackie
M. Hansen. Burnlce A. Herring,
Susan C. Hut nings, Oscar Kam.
Charles Albert McArthur. Louis
A. Mallia, Catherine Rose Man-
ush, Betty Jean Newlln. Hugh A.
Overby, Alvaro E. Paredes, Larry
L. Parks, Joseph y. Payne. Lu-
ciano Perez, Thomas Charles Pe-
terson, Enrique Quintero. Ramon
I. Ramirez. Jr., John Judson Ray,
husband seized on a lunacy war-
rant when he stepped from an
airplane here, denied today she
had sent for him and said she
wished he would stop "hounding
her."
However, James T. Bens, Mia-
mi contractor, said the former
Army nurse lured him here with
the promise of marriage and
then "tapped" htm.
Benn, who was paroled after
County Health Director John H.
Lynch decided he was not med-
ically insane, said the tall blonde
told him she would divorce 58-
year-old Jonas Redelshelmer and
they would re-marry.
Mrs. Redelshelmer denied
Benn's charges. "I never prom-
ised him those things," she said.
"It's a lie."
Mrs. Redelshelmer, who was
arrested in Florida several weeks
ago on bigamy charges brought
by Benn, said "this affair may
cost Jonas his Ufe."
Redelshelmer, prominent land*
owner, had a heart attack yes-
terday. His condition was listed
as fair today.
"Oh God. oh God." Mrs. Red-
elshelmer cried, "will this nevei
end, why doesn't Benn leave
alone?"
Mrs. Redelshelmer, a former I
National vice commander for thai
American veterans, accompanied!
state troopers to the airport andf
watched unmoved as they seizl
ed Benn when he stepped from a>|
plane from New York. f
"I didn't know it was going to
be a trap," Benn said. "Florence,
why do you do this to me?"
"If I'm crazy, it's because I love'l
her so much and want to see my f
baby," Benn said.
Both Benn and Redelshelmer |
say they are the father of Mrs.
Redelshelmer's baby, which waa
born in Nashville shortly after
she left Benn in Miami.
Her only explanation for mar-
rying Redelshelmer when sho
was already married was tha
Benn Just "hypnotized" her.
Chiriquf Land Co.
Spends $13 Million
In Two Provinces
The Chlrlqui Land Company
invested $13,842.734.68 in the
Panama Provinces of Chlrlqui
and Bocas del Toro last year,
a recent analysis reveals.
Expenditures included money
for payrolls, housing for Wor-
kers, social services, schools,
government taxes, payments to
contractors for const ruction
work, maintaining hospitals and
dispensarles, malaria c o n trol. presented by the Junior Col-
Barbara Robinson; Antonio Satz
G., Carol Bell Sergeant, Frank
Charles Smith, Walter E. Trout
and Ramon A. Young A.
and other health work, pur-
chasing rice, cattle and other
supplies, and miscellaneous ex-
penses.
Taxes for the Panama Gov-
ernment came to $1,547,468.6P.
Pavments to contractors wete
$5.140.048.88 In the Puerto Ar-
muelles section only. In Almi-
rante equivalent expenditures
were sizeable but smaller.
The Chlrlqui Company oper~
James G. Raymond, Jj\, Mrs. ates 21 schools in its two frult-
produclng areas at an average
a cost of $45.041.15 monthly.
Last year the company built
a workers' club at Puerto Ar-
muelles at a cost of $21.859.51.
Ailing King George
Cancels Schedule
On Doctors' Advice
CZJC Graduates
Addressed By Doolan
The matter of security is up
to the individual. Panam Ca-
nal Personnel Director Edward
A. Doolan told the 41 graduates
of the Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege this morning. Doolan was
principal speaker at the com-
mencement exercises held at
the Ancon Community Theater,
Diplomas conferring the de-
gree of Associate of Arts wera
presented to the 29 men and VI
women graduates by Acting;
Schools Superintendent Sigurd
Esser after the class had been
William Sterling
Dies In US at 80
Word has been received on
the Isthmus of the death re- T fwrvvj rune i UP1 Ail-
Cor1wi!nStrPe^rl)Ur8i)ftFl0rlda m| Km? George carolled all
of William C Sterling. 80, re-, nu%llc engagements for at least
tired ship-fitter foreman & wee today and Bucking-
Mr. Sterling was a native of nBm p,,!,,-. siitr! n "fierlod of
Cleveland. Ohio, but had lived ^MereJ^s essential for not in falling behind.
in St. Petersburg since his re- >,ig recovery
tirement from service with the The King, who is suffering
Panama Canal in 1932. < from a Iun inflammation.
Friends on the Isthmus re-; made the decision to call off
called today that he was one of nls appointments "recluctantly"
the original organizers of the | on hta doctors' advice, although
Mutual Benefit Association. hij, 'general condition has lm-
He was as member of Wyan- proved," the Palace- announce-
ment said.
R0LLEIFLEX
CONTAX
POLAROID
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Below U.S. Prices. '
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
lege Dean. Roger C. Hackett,
who also announced that the
College Honor Award was won
this year by the sophomore el's
vice president, Frances Farre''
Miss Farrell delivered the
farewell address for the cjass:
the welcome had been given by
John H. Ray; sophomore pre-
sident.
The invocation was pronoun-
ced by the Rev. Thomas Byrnes,
C.M., of St. Mary's Mission and
the benediction by the Rev.
Alexander H. Shaw of the Bal-
boa Union Church.
Pointing out that the 17 years
which have elapsed since the
first Junior College graduation
may encompass the close of an
era. Doolan told the graduates:
"For those of you who remain
In the Canal Zone either as
workers or as wives of workers,
the opportunity for the reestab-
lishment of a new social struc-
ture is at hand. It cannot be
patterned on the older order:
rather must it recognize and
keep abreast of social develop-
ments In the United States as
well as on the Isthmus. Youf
security lies in keeping pace
dotte Lodge 170, F&AM, ot
Wyandottc. Mich., and Abou-
saad Temple, AAONMS, of An-
con.
Survivors Include his widow.
Mrs. Birdie Buzzard Sterling; a
daughter, Mrs. Paul A. Pearson,
of Gamboa; and a brother, John
J. Sterling of St. Petersburg.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tivoli Ava. Apt. 1
TaJ. 2-3387
HOURS: Monday thr Trida
( to 12 a.m.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
6 lo 8 a.m.
Saturday 9 a m. la I p.m.
FIRST
ASSIGNMENTS
(Continued from Page 1)
composite tvpe duplexes on
Hains Street in Diablo Heights
was accepted the first of June
by Robert L. Ridge. Three other
assignments have been made to
apartments in the first three of
these houses to be completed
but the assignments have not
vet been accepted.
O Iy four applications were
received for asignments to spe-
cific apartments In the three
duplexes already turned over to
the Housing Division, all of
which have two-bedroom apart-
ments. The four assignments
were made to employes whose
service dates range from 1926 to
1,1939.
The two remaining houses In
the group on Hains Street, Num-
bers 5507 and 5511. are the llrst
three bedroom duplex apart-
ments on one floor level to be
built bv the Canal. They will be
ready for assignment within the
next two weeks and no applica-
tions for asignments have yet
been received.
Edgar E. Falconer
Funeral Services
Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services for Edgar E.
Falconer, 2, who died yesterday
morning at Gorgas Hospital fol-
lowing a brief illness, will be held
tomorrow at l p.m. at the Coro-
zal Chapel. Burial will take place
at the Coroaal Cemetery after
the ceremonies.
Falconer was a native of St.
Elizabeth. Jamaica and was an
employe of the Quarantine Sta-
tion. Corozal at the time of his
death. ,
He was a member of the Court
Brock Lodge No. 6725, Loyalty
Lodge No. 20 and 8hepherds
Lodge No. 2335.
He is survived by his wife, Bel-
ladora. his mother and other
cloat relatives in Jamaica.
20-Minute Strike
Threatens Phones
In Six States
ST. LOUIS. Mlsourl, June b
(UP) CIO communications
workers and the Southwestern
Eell Telephone Con.panj reach-
ed "full agreement" on a wage
disnute todav after a 20 minute
strike which threatened the
telephone service In six states.
The order to strike at 6 a.m:
was sent to 51.000 workers in
Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Kan-
sas. Arkansas and Illinois.
It was rescinded within 20
minut'i. A union official said
the negotiators had accepted
the maximum 10 per cent wage
increase allowed under the Gov-
ernment wage freeze.
LST Arrives fa
CZ From San De?o
The USS LST-1071. under com-
mand of LTCDR. K. F. Melde,
USNR. with a complement of
officers and about 106 enlisted
men, arrived In Balboa last ni?ht
from San Diego, California, and
berthed at Pier 2, South, Naval
Station, Rodman.
The vessel Is a 4,080 ton Land-
ing Ship Tank, recently removed
from the "Moth Ball Fleet," and
reactivated in a West Coast ship-
yard .
Upon completion of the Canal
transit Thursdav. she will report
to Commander in Chief, Atlantic
Fleet, and Commander Amphi-
bious Force. Atlantic, for opera-
tional control
Officers and crew will have
shore leave while stopping over
at Balboa.
Weak Heart Causes
Employe's Death
In Gamboa Home
Abraham Alexander Layne, 64.
was found dead In his home in
Gamboa Saturday night, accord-
ing to a police report received
In Balboa. Mr. Layne was em-
ployed as an oiler with the
Dredging. Division, but, had
been unable to work since Oc-
tober 1950 when he entered Gor-
gas tor a heart condition, al-
though he was discharged hi
December of last year.
Dr. R. W. Bonlfacla. who was
summoned to the residence when
the bodv was discovered, stat-
ed death was apparently from
natural causes. Layne has been
transferred to Gorgas where an
culopsy was requested.
Joseph Tavelie
Dies In Georgia
Word has been received on
the Isl'.unus of the death o,
Joseph E. Tavelie, 49, in Augus-
ta, Georgia. Mr. Tavelie, wno
was a blacksmith in Aug.ista
before comine to the Caail
Zone in 1939, lived in Gatun
with his wife during his servxe
with the Canal. He was employ-
ed in the Municipal Divilion
and was transferred to the Locks
m 1943.
Mr. Tavelie. who was born In
Beach Island. S. Carolina is
survived by his wife.
Missing Man's Body
Found Floating Near
Cristobal Piers
The body of Augustus Wallace.
36, was found floating in the
Cristobal harbor near Pier 7 to-
day. .
A report had been turned In by
Isls Holder, common-law wife of
Wallace, to the Cristobal police
station yesterday afternoon. She
stated that he had been misslns
since Saturday when he had re-
ported to work at the Cristobal
piers.
There was no Indication of foul
plav. It is belieyed that Wallace
accidentally drowned The body
Is being sent to Gorgas for au-
topsy.
RON
A0
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Just Right for
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(Comment
By Victor Bicsei
INE UNES FOE AMERICANS
The pigeons ititl |tt fed Tiano Sonare, end:
Manhattan tar la aot Korean mud.
That Ancient bane ca parka atiU an Park Math
Where crowds atiU banc en a free speaker* aneuth.
At anndewn time when Radio City cliff
Sarreand thoae sipping their aperitifs
Then far aaaaaed flag, a wind stlU Mewi retreat
, Till morn...A teurUt sight that can't he beast
Wish yoa'd sit here (in mufti!) But yeu can't
Yeu happen U be Time s participant!
Frederick Sralnta
Caleha Ahant Tawn: Mr. Robert Vogeler (on her first tour of
the night-club circuit i with the R. Ruarks. bravoing Mildred
Baileys thrushing at Blue Angel... Arthur MacArthur, youngest
celebrity In town, forced to a ear dark pec when he troll...
Peter Donald, one of our pet celebwlttie. demonstrating his
genius at boogie-woogie on the planner.. .Look's fashion editor,
lorely Nancy Thompson,..A. Hornblow, Jr.. MOM's producer of
the fabulously uccessiul film, "Week-End at the Waldorf, who
is tepeelng at the St. Regis... Willie Mays, the N. Y. Giants 20-
year-old outfielder from Birmingham, wide-orbed at the Bway
bulbs. First time in The Big Burg.
Sallies in Oar Alley: Over at Menu's East Side last night they
were uiscuoaing a Gal-About-Town who flaunted her diamonds...
"Seems happy, doesn't she?" said someone who knew her. "Bat all
that gutters is not Told"...At The Pengaln two whoopaeys from
kwlehslety got into a spat. As one of them started to thkweam, the
other minead: "Don't yon dare point year Pinky at ma!"
Mid town Melodrama: One of the major networks came up with
a corking Idea for a "Mr. and Mrs. Disc Jockey" program., .very
Big Deal.. .Featuring the popular Chlcagoan, deejay Mike Wallace,
and his lovely wife, Buff Cobb, kin of the late Irvln S. Oobb...The
network went All-Out with costly preparation, ballyhoo etc...But
the new show (due to start this week) won't.. .Buff suddenly de-
cided to be sn Ex, again...She will do her broadcasting before a
Renotary.
Momas of a Midnlghter: Ex-Ambassador i. Bruce (to Argen-
tina) moans that Baltimore papera "distorted it." Ho didn't pra.se
reron, etc .Hank Barnch and Patsy Washer will make a flMfc...
Hard to reaUae, but a new generation has grown up since Okla-
homa!" first opened on B'way.. .The J. SehHdkrauts are celebrat-
ing their 20th ann*y.. .Life called "A Place In the San" The Pic-
ture of the Week. It won't be shown anywhere until August...
Thinks you get troubles? Brig. Gen. D. Sarnoff, who merely owns
RCA-Vlctor (and NBC), Is haying a teddlble time getting teevy
reception In his town house on E. 71st.. .Lester Lee is Steadying
the former Mr. Budy Ha lie v The Geo. Hearsts (Sandra Ram-
bean) want their pals back bore to know aU hi Btowy-BMl*...
What Price Glory? Reporter Ed Beid who Just won the PnUtser
Friie for the Bklyn Esgle) hasn't been able to got a * rate.
Still works on rewrite scale!.. Advtt Upcoming col'm titled The
PuUtser Prises. .
Manhattan Mura*: The car driven by a woman (NY-7 R-*>
with this warning in the rear window: "Caution! Unpredictable
Woman Driver!".. .The Chjyler Bldg. elevator operator who fea-
tures wings and a flight cap.. ."Naughty Nighties" in the Madison
lingerie shoppe.. .The community of antique shops on 51st and Sid
Avenuea bit of 19th Century England.. .The shoe shine "boy on
o8tn. The American Eagle tattooed on his bald conk.. .The cnaik-
scribbllng on a W. 55 St. toop: "Baby, Baby, Baby! I Love You!
Broadway Confetti: The Mirror assigned Art Coster to Central
Pk. and 59th St. to get a shot of a hansom keb horse stationed
there. Drinking from a new horse-watering track installed by the
Animal Society. No cabby, however, would poseunless Art paid 95
for the privilege! At least their biz must be good. Everyone else is
Crying the Blues..."Old Stars Never Die," wires Odette Myrtil.
ex-Palace hradliner. "They hist fade into night clubs. Just left the
Mark Hopkins In S. P. for Holly wood's Cafe Gala'...Park East
mag captions a Tallulah photo "Milady Television." Talu ha* fled
from teevy, so scared is she of R.. .The Moscow Male drink is U. S.
mad*. M don't be so political when yon're thirsty. Three are enough,
however, to make yon wanna fight pro-Commies. Biggest W gim-
mick since lissom is J. Marry and D. Enright's "The People's
Choice." It will feature Senators and other aolons introducing
talent from their home towns.
Recommendations to Diversion Seekers: The best of the plat-
ters for the zlngy "Pretty-Eyed Baby" is by Jane Tuny udW
Trio via Decca. Watch the B'way music stores feature it via their
sidewalk mikes.. Emll Coleman playing or Evelyn Knight render-
in^ "I'm Loved I" Dannv Thomas. Fran Warren and Those
Girts at Se Riviera." Vlnhi pe Campo's "Tell Me" -Coral) .The
plaese of Viennese T11U Dleterle at Town House (38th and Park)
P .The Dinning Bisters' arrangement of the oldie Pleasant
Talk About Me When I'm Gone"... Dorothy Samoff's tunetallzlng
disc of "Something Wonderful" from "The King and I._________
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1*40 EMPLOYMENT ARMY
The Panama American
Y ~ -'-i on\
Some time ago a letter appear-
ed .ail nox which discuss-
ed in some realistic detail, the
Army's Job evaluation system.
Shortly after publication of
this letter, possibly br coinci-
dence a letter from the Fair Em-
ployment Officer made Its ap-
pearance In various army offices.
The contents of this letter need
not be gone Into In detain as they
were nothing more than com-
mon sense wonld normally dic-
tate In so far" as employer and
employe relationship Is concern-
ed. It did. however, repre:ent the
official policies of the govern-
men t In thl matter.
That letter read nice and the
army would be a wonderful or-
ganization to work for. If the fair
employment, established by exe-
cutive order W80, were conscien-
tiously practiced, particularly
that part which obligate all su-
pervisory officials to base per-
sonnel actions solely on merit
and fitness.
-i seem that the term "merit efficient
and fitneta" U aubjeot U> *uch a world,
variety o Interpretations In the
The public was outraged when
Its television sets brought right
Into its living room, living evi-
dence that there were water-
front mobs with official execu-
tioners and that there were
many unsolved murders, but
just bow many no one knew.
There wm Indignation when
Kefauver's qulzzers disclosed
that powerful businessmen were
being mulcted of millions dally
and that ome of our great
ports could be shut down at
the whims of gang* as tough u
their old Chicago ancestors.
Yet only on thing hap-
pen* after these grim ex-
posures. The waterfront
mob got tougher. They
watted fust long enough for
Kefauver to Mt th lecture
circuit before they hit the
piers with a new racket. To
understand the new "busi-
ness," you must first under-
stand the old one which in
th past decade had nettea
them literally hundreds vf
millions of doars.
This racket la based on a
simple operation. As incoming
ships are unloaded of the cargo
they're carried irom abroad-
the stuff Is put first on the docks
and then lifted Into trucks.
The men who throw the new-
ly arrived cargo onto the trucks
are called "public loader -
and there are among them tne
nation's toughest and most le-
thal mobs. These thugs a r
drawn to this operation be-
cause of th* huge sums they
can charge trucking companies
for the privilege of rolling onto
the Piers and hauling away the
material lust dlsgorfed by the
ShOn one New York pier alone,
I know of a trucking company
which pay. $700,000 a year to
the loaders for the service. All
All these "loaders" who control
the pier are members of the
AFL'i Longshoremen s Unit.
Another hauling firm forks over
more than $110,000 to a loader
who. in turn, supplies a man to
kick a chock out from under
the bales as they are moved on
rollers to the tall of the truck.
For these loading opera-
tions in the port of W
York alone, it has been es-
timated the mobs take as
much as $7Qfi0,000 a year.
And now the gangs control-
ling th loading on truck*
which carry the stuff away
from the piers want to
handU the unloading of
huge vans which bring
freight from inland to the
oceangoing ships.
Now they've apparently re-
covered from their grief and
from Kefauver and they re
moving In on the unloading end
of the pier. ,
However, this unloading of
truckloads from the vans to the
dock has been handled for gen-
erations by the AFL Teamsters
And they aran't enthusiast c
about being driven out of their
jobs. Not even by the toughs
whose calling cards are hand
arenades, gunshot and old lasn-
loned.lead pipe. The Teamsters
after all, belong to the worlds
largest union, and one easily
the most influential In the AFL.
So they picked up the enme
comblne's challenge on May 24,
at their national executive board
meeting In Chicago. They de-
cided to fight. The next morn-
ing they had a man see AFL
President William Green. In a
:ew hours he sent out three te-
legrams one to an Air Force
general charged with getting
airplanes across to Europe, one
to the AFL Longshoremen and
another to the men who own
the trucking companies.
Old Bill Green laid It on the
line. All loading and unloading
belongs exclusively to the Team-
sters, he told all concerned with
keeping our ports open. This
hit squarely at the biggest rack-
et the biggest combines operate
a racket from which flow mil-
lions Into smaller mobs and
bigger politicians right across
the nation. This racket, Rudy
Halley told me recently, 1 the
source of most of the crime
combine's power.
Those who know the wa-
terfront know that if any-
one attempts to enforce
Green's telegraphic edict
army down here, that the army's there v)Ul be the bloodiest
civilian personnel officer will tell icar the country's waterfront
you that If an operating official no erer seen, and it's an
ooes not like the way you wear orea where a corpse creates
your hat he has the right to re- less eidfemenf ffcon o
Place, transfer or reduce you In **** *?ZJt ?""
grade no matter how capable you Then what win *WnJ/
are. This has resulted In the com- ****** . '? mission of such personnel man- SVsi^Rememb^t heT
agement atrocities as the promo- '^Jl*,1!2Sr' ir\nhtJn
tion, through the Influence of a ^"~e \Tf senot a
brother of an Individual who ha. ^wSri be ho^strtct
lew sendee and ^era than en Qnm uu amt,
several Other men of higher rat- TQe ',, come8 from an
lng who were in Une for the job, otCM Teamsters' spokesman,
full cooperation of the operators wno.s autnorlze and the personnel officer to by- tntt.
pass reduction In force and vet- jj tt becomes necessary, we
erans preference regulations; the ^ pUce , embargo on the
reduction In grade of employers plers wnere the loaders say our
who are as well qualified for posi- men ^t unload the trucks we
tlons that are vacant as people drlve ^to the docks. Rest as-
who are brought In from outside surfd we're not going to stand
organizations and from the idle."
States. ( And there's one last thing to
Oh, well, they say there are remember. The mob-controlled
three way of doing thlrtgs, right,; loaders tried last week to move
wrong and army but If every- in on trucks which carried steel
body In the army did things M! and Iron to the docks for our
the army says they should be' friends abroad. Other such truck
done, the army would be the met trailers will have plane.
i i
^ne VtSIUWTOri
MERRY- GO- ROUND
y HIW PIAISON
organization in th*
Victim
tanks. And these may be the ca-
sualties when the Teamsters
and AFL loaders clash.
By Stewart Alsop
ACHESON: NOT WHETHER BUT WHEN
WASHINGTON. Secretary of State Dean
Acheson cannot conceivably remain In office for
very much longer. This Is worth bearing in
mind, as Acheson moves front and center In the
drama on Capitol Hill.
A. Acheson must be entirely aware, whole
platoons of Democratic leaders have been de-
scending on Blalr House to Implore President
Truman to dismiss his Secretary of State. A
partial list Includes Senate Majority Leader Er-
nest McFarland, Foreign Relations Committee
Chairman Tom Connally, Democratic Whip Lyn-
don Johnson, Senatorial Campaign Committee
Chairman Clinton Anderson. House Speaker Sam
Rayburn, and House Majority Leader John Mac-
Cormack.
National Committee Chairman William Boyle,
speaking for the Committee and for Influential
Democratic contributors, has added his voice to
the powerful Congressional voices Usted above.
President Truman has responded to all these
demands and entreaties by repeating angrily
that "Dean Acheson is doing a fine Job" and
saving flatly that he has no intention of firing
him. Acheson himself maintains in private as
in public that he has "enlisted for the duration"
and that he will tay on at the Presidents
pleasure ,
It is possible to sympathize with the Presi-
dent, who has a very real personal attachment
to Acheson, and who has come to rely heavily
on him. It is possible to sympathize also with
Acheson, who has Indeed in many ways "done
a fine Job." and who has been subjected to a
vicious campaign of lies and distortion.
Yet it Is downright Illy to Imagine that a
man can continue to function at all In high of-
fice when the leaders of his own party are una-
r lmouslv convinced that he Is political poison.
and arc demanding his head on a platter. As
1952 aporoaches. Internal political pressure alone
will force Acheson out. Yet the break must
come also for another, less squalid reason.
Neither Truman nor Acheson. both of whom
have made Important contributions to that pol-
icy, can welcome the prospect of seeing the
v.hole painfully built structure of American for-
eign oolicv undermined. This dansrer. forecast
In this .pace immediately after the autumn
election.. Is now entirely real.
For the first time since the war, the foreign
oolicv position symbolized bv Sen. Robert A. Taft
has commanded a flnt majority In the Senate
on important issues. This has been true, for ex-
ample, of the troop, for Europe vote and also
of the Idiotic Kem amendment which threatens
to wreck the foreign aid program by subjecting
all our allies to a sort of loyalty teat.
And as long as Acheson remains In office, the
danger will grow, .Imply becaiue the politicians
are convinced that it is smart to be against any-
thing Acheson is for. The price of Acheson's
emainlng Indefinitely In office wUl be the gut-
ting of vital legislation, like the $8.5 billion for-
eign aid bill.
This is obviously too high a price for Truman,
Acheson, or the country to pay. The question
of timin* remains. An opportunity for Acheson
to retire with colors flying may come after he
has completed his testimony on Capitol Hill.
The Republican National Committee had had
two specialists working full time on a list of
the most damaging questions to hurl at Ache-
son. Yet Acheson Is also not without resources,
and he Is at his best in the quick give and take
of spontaneous debate.
He intend, moreover, to be politely tough,
never meeching or apologetic. In such a mood
he is llkelv to be at least a match for such ad-
versarte, as the bumbling WUey or the inept
Cain. Thus Acheson will have hU day in court.
and having had It, he can then move out. Or
he could move out on a note of triumph after
a Korean truce, which now seems possible.
As for his successor, in other times such able
men as Presidential Adviser Averell Hariiman,
Chief Justice Fred Vlnson, or Air Force Secre-
tary Thomas Flnletter would be los-lcal choices.
But it 1< now absolutely essential that the Re-
nubllcan middle-of-the-roaders, men like Sen.
Eugene MUlkan and 8en. Bourke HlckenloODer,
who formerly generally followed the late Arthur
Vandenberg. should again make their peace with
the Administration on foreign policy.
This clearly demands a sort of temporary coa-
lition government, which In turn suggests that
o Republican like Paul Hoffmen or John Foster
Dulles should be chosen for the State Depart-
ment post
Whoever 1. to succeed him. it i. obvious on
the face of it that Acheson simply cannot stay
on much longer. And It also seems obvious, if
onlv because he is an Intelligent man and a
natrlot. that Acheson must know this. The
nuestlon. therefore, is no longer "whether?" but
when?." And however unfair It may seem to a
man who has tried honestlv to serve his coun-
try, the onlv oosslble answer Is "the sooner the
better." _^ ,
(Copvrlcht. MM, New York Herald Tribune, Inc.)
Women
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NBA)Since the men folk in
government have gummed up the works pretty
effectively, it eemed like an idea to go see the
newlv-elected president of the National Woman s
Party. Mrs. Ethel Murrell of Miami. Fla. Maybe
if things could Just be turned over to the wo-
men, thev would do a better Job of running this
cockeveO world.
It was a mistaken notion.
Not that there Is anything the matter with
Mme. President. She turned out to be a petite
blue-eyea blonde number, with quite a wave, and
smart as a whip. 8he was dressed you al-
ways have to tell what they wore In these wo-
men's page political pieces, or vou score an F
for failure In a dark blue skirt and matching
shoes, with a bright red coat and matching lip-
stick.
Onlv six reporters turned out for her press
conference another guy and four gals. The
women arrived late, as thev would. But this
poor attendance shows to what a low level the
nation's nress has fallen. No interest In women
and the battle of the sexes any more.
Anyway. Mrs. Murrell said she wasn't Interest-
ed In the battle of the sexes. "Controversy be-
tween the sexes is out of date." she said. Why
must women be against men?" she asked.
Speak'.ne: for herself, she sard. "God made wo-
men and God made men. and I for one am glad
of It. Thev should cooperate. They should
One ot the. shall we say. "cynical" newspaper-
women nresent remarked that. "You know darn
well that the only women who accomplish any-
thing are the clinging types."
Mrs. Murrell let It pass. .. ,
But she wasn't at all interested In having tne
women take over the world and run It. Sne
hourht more women should run for office, sne
didn't know whv thev didn't.
The other male present asked her. "Why dont
vou run?"
"1 don't have the ability to stay on a fence,
she replied somewhat cryptically. "I can work
for a cause, but I can't ask people to vote for
me. I can't play with expediency." she explain-
ed.
What nld she think about the idea of running
Sen. Ma:paret Chase Smith of Maine a. Repub-
lican candidate for the vice presidency?
With a perfect dead pan .he said. "I think
Margaret Chase Bmlth 1. a verv fine woman
What did she think of this idea of appointing
the widows of the late Congressmen John Kee
of West Virginia and Frank Buchanan of Penn-
svlvanla to fill out their husbands' terms?
"Now." replied Mrs. Murrell. "you're asking me
to say something that would be unkind. But
she would like to think that the appointive of-
ficials would name people for their competence
to hold office. Women should be supported onlv
when thev are right for a Job.
What women should do. Mrs. Murrell said. Is
concentrate on some long-ranee objective, like
that of the National Woman's Party. "They
should stick to it through (pause and smile)
hiih water." ,
The bUr Idea here Is to get a constitutional
amendment savinn slmolv. "Equality of riehtj
under the law shall not be denied or abridged
by the United States or by anv state because of
sex." .
Both major party platforms have endorsed
this In the last presidential elections. It passed
the Senate in 150. but was bottled uo and died
in Houae Judiclarv Committee. In the present
Congress. 171 representatives and S7 senators
are supposed to be for it.
Mrs. Murrell hopes that it wUl be approved by
the present Congress. More than that, she ex-
pects It to be passed. But these fickle men.
They never can make uo their minds.
President Murrell and her vice presidents are
coming to Washington in relavs to keen working
on Congress. And Congress had better look out.
Mrs. Murrell Is a ladv lawver.
Drew Pearson lays: Congressman proposes death penolfy
for selling narcotic to ichool children; First lady is
thwarted TV fan; Kefauver-for-President gets Repub-
lican support.
WASHINGTON. While most of Congress 1 talking about
Juvenile delinquency, two Congressmen from New York' crowded
tenement are doing something about It. Rep. Victor Anfuso al-
ready has won national and world acclaim including a decora-
tion by the Pope for his crusade against adolescent crime. -
Another New Yorker, Gary Clemente, also is trying to battle
the drug habit among teen-ager. What few people realize Is that
between 40,000 and 60,000 youngster, of hlgrf-school age are re-
ported to be using narcotics.
"The problem is nation-wide, but New York is always spot-
lighted In anything like this because of its size and access to un-
derworld smugglers," says Congressman Clemente. "However, every
big city in the country has its underworld crooks who will stop
at nothing to make a fast dollar even selling dope to kids."
Clemente' "cure" for the Juvenile drug habit Is aimed at the
crooks who sell the stuff, hot their Innocent victims. He has in-
troduced a bUl providing the death penalty for 1) Anyone who
smuggles or sells drugs to Juvenile., or 2) Anyone who induce, a
juvenile to uie narcotics.
"The Lindbergh Law stopped kidnaping practically over-
night," Clemente points out to the many Congressmen who have
offered support. "My bill would accomplish the same result. These
underworld characters would stoo selling dope to high-school kids
mighty soon if they knew they were monkeying with the electric
chair."
PRODDIHG CONGRESS
Aa a starter, Clemente plans to ask Mayor Vincent Impellitter!
to recommend his bUl to the New York State legislature. The New
York Congressman thinks that if his anti-drug bill 1 adopted as
a State law it will help to wake up Congress to the need for Fe-
deral action.
"What most American parent, do not seem to realise 1 that
the drug traffic among minor, is no longer confined to delin-
quents with police records," says Clemente, the father of four
children. "Children of all classes are being victimized. However,
once the habit Is formed, there', an Impulsion to crime; because
the young addict needs money to buy the drug and he doesn't
dare ask his parents for It."
Clemente recently was asked by a well-to-do family In his
district to talk to a 16-year-old son, a heroin addict who had been
mixed up In some robberies.
"Why did you do It?" Clemente asked the youth.
"I needed-the money."
"But you come from a good family," said Clemente. "You're
irovlded with everything you need. Why do you have to breaav-the
aw?" ------
The youth finally admitted that he had been taking heroin
for nine months, following a party at which teen-age friends-de-
cided that he needed some "pepping up."
MRS. TBUMAN AND TV
Mrs. Truman has been having television trouble.. Though
there are several television set. inside Blalr House, she just can-
not seem to get a chance to look at them.
The reason is that one set is in the library, which Is right
next to the President bedroom and the President goes to-bed
early.
The other set is in Margaret's room, but that in turn is right
next to the President' mother-in-law, Mrs. Wallace, who ts now
over 80 and also retires early.
And since the First Lady la buy early in the evening, she
says she just never get a chance to look at television.
NOTEI predict that someone will now send Mrs. Truman a
new set to be put in the basement.
RCORD INTERVIEWER
Breathtaking Bob Gros, the California lecturer, called at the
Waldorf-Astoria Tower the other day, and with scores of news-
men panting for an interview with General MacArthur, walked
right into the "presence."
Not only did he get 45 minute with the most excluilve- per-
sonality In the U.S.A., but he topped it off by talking to 35 other
eastern big shots in the space of a week, including President Tru-
man, Herbert Hoover, Secretary ot Defense Marshall, Senator Taft,
Mike DISaUe and Bemle Baruch.
Sumner WeUes he found the most informative; DlSallc, the
most genial; Duff of Pennsylvania, the moat Impressive Senator;
Secretary of the Navy Matthews, the most lovable; and John L,
Lewis, the most stentorian.
At the end of the week he had dinner with Shirley Temple,
by which time, breathtaking Bob Gros was himself out of breath.
KEFAUVER FOR PRESIDENT
Truman's invitation to other Democrats to toss their hats in
the Presidential ring for 1952 has caused friends of Sen. Estes
Kefauver to put their heads together.
The slow-talking ex-head of the Kefauver Crime Committee
doesn't go In for heavy political speeches, and Isn't much at back-
stage conniving, but a lot of his friends are doing this for him.
One interesting development they have found Is support for Ke-
fauver among Republicans. The Blnghamton, N. Y., Sun, for
Instance, recently' commented:
"This challenge Is whether clean, honed, decent government
shall survive, or whether blg-tlme crime, big-time corruption, and
unscrupulous uses of public office shall go on poisoning the life-
blood of America.
"Senator Estes Kefauver, a Democrat, has courageously and
icsolutely stepped forth to meet that challenge.
'Senator Kefauver Is a great American, a great Senator, and
a great man. We wish we could add also that he Is a great Repub-
lican. But Tennessee being what It is politically, he propably would
not be In the Senate if he was Republican. So New York and aU
the other states, Republican or Democratic, are might grateful to
Tennessee for giving Estes Kefauver to the U.S. Senate.
"We fervently hope to hear more and more of Senator Ke-
fauver taking a leading part In national affairs In the future. He
1 young, able, strong, honest, and fearless. God know, that is
the kind of leadership America and the world needs today |"
If President Truman definitely takes himself out of the raoe
next spring, watch for a growing boom for Kefauver.
NORTH CAROLINA DIPLOMAT
A North Carolina newspaper editor who helped tone down a
Central American dictator has been picked for one of the toughest
diplomatic peats In the Western hemisphere.
He is Capus Waynlck. now envoy to Nicaragua, and his new
post wUl be Ambassador to Bolivia, where an anti-American pro-
Communist President, Paz Estenssoro, has Just been elected.
Ambassador Waynlck has spent most of his life as editor ot
the Greenboro, N.C., Record and the High Point, N.C., Enterprise.
Three years ago. however, his journalist colleague, Jonathan Da-
niels, recommended him as ambassador to Nicaragua, now ruled
by Dictator Somoza. .- ..
There Waynlck did such a good Job In smoothing relations
and winning freedom for the press, that the 8tate Department
has now picked him for what It considers about the toughest spot
in Latin America Bolivia Is not only tough, but Important, due
to the fact that It Is our one source of tin In the Western hemis-
phere. It will need a good ambassador.
.Copyright. 151. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
There was a vom fellow named Jee
To a Carpenter Shop went this ctasooe
To Mt a ear let bw work
Bet they taagbed at this lerk..
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PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIT NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. JUNE 5, 1951
*
Canal Zone School Activities
B.H.S. Notes
By Louise Glud .
There Is no need to emphasize that tonight the Balboa High
School Class o ltfol will be graduated. Also It Is not necessary
to enumerate ihe memoraole events of this past year tnat, has
niaoe it more than outstanding. Every student wno will return
to nils eauiee 01 eo.ucai.ion, ana those whp will become its alumni
lonunt win not have to have material or written records 01 the
activities ol tnls year 19MJ-1951 that made It different from all
ocner years ior Uie etchings on tneir nearts will recapture me
true memories tnat words cannot.
* or the seniors the most everlasting memory will be Inscribed
tonight, tor it Is tonight that snarply at elgnt the entire gra-
duating class of 1951 win make its entrance to the commencement
ceremony, it will also be tonight that they will hear the words of
lour oi their classmates speak to them on "We Face Today." It
will be tnrougn tnese speeches that Celeste Powell, Roger Kelley,
Ed tiowder, and Louise Glud will endeavor to tell their fellow
graauates UiM they must go out into the worid and learn how
not to overlook lacts but face them and live accordingly. Clans
hiesiacnt lerry Ford will complete the speeches by making the
traditional farewell address. As he promised, Terry will announce
the senior gilt to the school.
But ol course, tne most Important part of this ceremony will
be when" each Individual In the Class of 51 is called onto the stage
by Senior Class Advisor Harold J. Zlerten to receive his diploma.
Tne class members, alter completing their last ordeal as students
of Balboa High School, will rise and sung the senior song written
by John Mcoinmns. ...
The class will then follow the junior marshals Leonal Hart and
Fred Lee, and Anne Morrlll and Cialr Oooby and leave the theater
as alumni of a truly grand and wonderful school.
i However before this uppermost memory, there are others that
happened just during this past week. On Friday night the seniors
Hended their class party In the upper gym. Following a few
hours filled with the playing of games and eating of home-made
rieshments, Prexy Terry Ford presented Mr. Zlerten with two
Elits The firston the humorous sidewas that of a giant deluxe
iked King whiskey bottle (a sloe remarkthe bottle was empty).
The second gift was that of a desk set. Mr. Zlerten expressed his
warmest thanks and continued to keep the seniors In high spirits
y announcing that all the members of the Class of '51 would
The party was not only one for the parting seniors but
also for a parting class advisor. Mr. Zierten has been the
. adviser of the senior classes lor the past sixteen years.
However, Mr. Zlerten Is not leaving BHS but merely taking
! on the task of being counselor and dropping that of ad-
v.sor. ..
AKer staying up till late hours on Friday, the class did man-
age o assemble in iront of the high school building on Saturday
mo. ..life,. Ihe purpose of this meeting was to have a picture
tL> it of the entire class with the members robed in their caps
BTKf-gowns. These pictures may be bought starting tomorrow
at tosa's for $1.00.
On Sunday the seniors had their first taste of marching down
thi aisle as they attended baccalaureate service at 2:30 in the
Anton Theater. Reverend A. H. Shaw delivered the main ad-
ttfess. "For Such a Time as Tthia," which he spiced with Jokes
to humor the audience. A special chorus under the direction of
Mr Neil Branstetter sang three selection"Fairest Lord Jesus."
the Cheubim Song No. .7, and "Verdant Meadows." Reverend
Thomas Byrnes C. M. delivered the Invocation whereas Reverend H.
T Bernthal gave the benediction. However, before the benedic-
tion Class Prexy Terry Ford asked that there be one minute
o silence In remembrance of one of the members of the Class of
1951Frank Scott. '
Tomorrow at I'M all students are asked to report to their
homerooms for their final report cards.
This last column has been both short and sweet, but as I said
in the beginningthere is no need for me to remind you of the
many memories of this year for no one but yourselff knows what
has oeen dear and that you cannot forget the happiest times.
I want to add now that from the bottom of my heart I've
enjoyed writingor trying to writethe weekly happenings of
Balboa High School during 1950-1951. With a heavy heart and
pen I say good luck and "should auld acquaintance be forgot and
never brought to mind, should auld acquaintance be forgot and
days of auld lang syne." ________^___
Atlantic Society...
(Continued From Pace FIVE)
dance at the Fort Davis Officers
Club Saturday evening with Mr.
William Badders of Gatun as
chairman of the committee In
charge of arrangements. He was
assisted by Mr. C. S. Townshend,
John L. Williams, Henry T. Car-
penter, C. LeRol Leeser, J. C.
Thompson, W. P. Qulnn and A.
Manlkas.
Over 250 members and guests
from both sides of the Isthmus
enjoyed dancing to the music of
an orchestra from the 60th Army
Band.
Captain Henry A. Falk. Poten-
tate of Abou Saad Temple had as
his guests, Lt. Colonel and Mrs.
Thomas M. Lamer, of Fort Da-
vU, Mr. and Mrs. William Bad-
ders. Mrs. Marie. Gorman, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard G. Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stevens and
Mr. Horace Jones of Pedro Mi-
guel.
Georgetown/ Capitals Social
Hub, Has 200th Anniversary
Bv PATRICIA A. WIGGINS
WASHINGTON. June 5 (UP)
The old "Town of George." home
of WashlnRton socialites and
diplomante, is celebrating Its
200th anniversary this vear.
Better known as Georgetown,
this historic resident section
now enRulfed by the federal city
once was a thriving Potomac
port when the District of Co-
lumbia was vet to become an
Idea In the minds of colonial
polticos.
Authorized by the Maryland
provincial assembly In 1751. the
port bv 1800 carried on river
trade rivaling that of Baltimore
and neighboring Alexandria, laid
out two vears earlier. Its popu-
lation figure had risen to 3.000.
Its chief business was tobacco.
In a day when tobacco was the
ble crop for overseas shipment
and served many times In lieu
of money as a medium of ex-
change.
The hub of Georgetown s busy
waterfront was George Gordon's
tobacco warehouse, the official
tobacco Inspection station for
the Maryland colony. It was 60
acres of his land and 60 acres
of the land of George Beall that
originally were marked off by
the commissioners to mark the
lte of the town.
Another Georne also contribut
ed his name to the name of the
busy port George II. reigning
British king. Thus lt was com-
gtaonly. called the town of Geor-
H*s, or the town of George.
The growth of the Federal
government eventually overtook
the busy community and it
found it self absorbe dby the-
buslnes sof the young nation.
In 1871 Congress legislatively
absorbed Georgetown Into the
District of Columbia and in
1895 decreed "the city of Geor-
getown shall no longer be known
bv name and title In law...but
shall be part of the city of
Washington, the federal capi-
tal."
It was then that it became a
haven for congressmen and
other officials. Politicians and
diplomats of that day, as today
found in Georgetown a fashion |
able and cultured society. Geor- |
getown then was a city of
houses and almost no streets
and the new federal city was
all streets with almost no
houses.
While the bustle of business
has departted and many nar-
row streets now separate the
shuttered brick home, George-
town still retains a charm and \
Individual entity. Every spring |
tourists flock to the annual
"lour of Georgetown" that opens i
the door on 18th century living.
This anniversary year more |
tha never are expected to view
the ivy covered walls, secluded
gardens and old homes backed ;
bv carriage houses that now
hold station wagons Instead of
high-stepping horses.
[Panama Canal (clubhouses----
Showing ToniQht
(FOR AN EVENING OUT...CO TO THE MOVIES!!
BALBOA
Motion Pictures Cancelled 1
GRADUATION EXERCISES
Student I The Balboa Hlfh School
DIABLO HTS
II S:M
George MONTGOMERY Marie WINDSOR
"DAKOTA LIL" (Color)
Weimair "THE TATTOOED STRANGEB''^
cocou
15 *:K
Richard WIDMARK. In
"HALLS OF MONTEZUMA'
(Technicolor!
Wedneaday "DESTINATION MURDER"
GAMBOA
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Rod CAMERON a Adrian BOOTH
"BRISMSTONE" (Color)
G A 1 U N
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Grace MOORE
'ONE NIGHT OF LOVE'
Friday ROYAI._VfEDPING"
MARGARITA
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Dana ANDREWS Tarley GRANGER
"EDGE OF DOOM"
Wedneaday "DYNAMITE"
Hay MILLAND Hedy LAMARR
~?JXZZL "Copper Canyon" (Technicolor)
I > Wednesday C1NDEREU.A"
'Twill Do
Sally Forrest, blonde star soon to
be seen in KKO Radio's "Hard.
Fast mid Beautiful," faTors this
fine cotton twill abort cost in em-
erald green. Simply tailored with
lone; sleeve and patch pockets, I
is decorated nt wrists snd throat
with a classic buckle.

CENTRAL
Thursday Release!
JANE
ALSO STAM*S
SAYS MACARTHUR DISOBEYED Army Chief of Staff Gen.
J. Lawton Collins (right i confers with Sen. Richard Russell
before testifying that Gen. Douglas MacArthur disobeyed a
military order to use only South Korean troops in the push
near the Manchurian border last year. Russell Is chair-
man of the joint Senate Armed Services-Foreign Relations
committee which heard the Collins testimony._______
Stars'1 Spat Goes
Sofa, No Farther
ARTHUR KENNEDY
HOLLYWOOD, June 5 (UP)
Film star Ella Raines said today
that actress Miriam Hopkins
"should be spanked'" for borrow-
ing her patio furniture and not
returning lt, but Miss Hopkins
said she thought the entire af-
fair was "absolutely hysterical."
"Police called yesterday," Miss
Hopkins said gaily. "I've never
laughed more. We've all been ab-
solutely hysterical."
The f orniture feud between the
sultry brunette, who used to rent
her house to Miss Hopkins, and
the 48-year-old blonde was
touched off last week.
"I borrowed the patio furni-
ture for a party last Sunday and
I was just being real neighborly
you know, like swapping rice
pudding or something," Miss
Hopkins explained.
But In New York, Miss Raines
said that wasn't the way she
heard it.
"After all, she had my moth-
er's telephone number out there
In Hollywood and could have
called if she wanted to borrow
the furniture." Miss Raines said.
"But the first I heard about it
was when my mother told me
someone backed a car up to the
house and carted the stuff away."
Miss Raines' mother told po-
lice the furniture was missing
Then Miss Raines herself sent
Dolice a telegram, putting the
finger on Miss Hopkins.
"Please exercise your preroga-
tives to the fullest extent of the
law..." the telegram said In part.
The rest was devoted to some ob-
servations about Miss Hopkins'
C \\ d. r c t f* r
Yesterday police did their duty.
They telephoned Miss Hopkins
at her new home and asked about
the furniture.
Miss Hopkins promptly return-
ed it to Miss Raines' home.
She explained to police that
she was late In returning lt be-
cause she was having it repaint-
ed.
"The cushions on the chairs
were mine, anyway," she added.
"Miriam should be spanked,"
Miss Raines, commented In New
York. "I've had a lot of trouble
with her and she's been most dif-
ficult. She's completely Irrespon-
sible."
Miss Hopkins opened her blue
eyes wide and remarked:
"She said some vicious things
about me, but I don't want to
say anything about Ella. She's a
sweet little girl and I cant un-
derstand lt."
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Lutheran Church
Plans Bible School
During Vacation
The Redeemer Lutheran Church
of Balboa will again conduct a
Vacation Bible School according
to an announcement by the Rev.
H. T. Bernthal, pastor. The usual
departments from Beginner to
Senior will be arranged, and
Children from four to fourteen
9 re eligible t enroll. Bible sto-
ries, songs, handicraft, and games
will be on the dally program.
The sessions will begin June 11
and end June 22. They will be
held from 9:00 to 11:30 every
morning Monday through Friday.
Bernthal stated that the pur-
pose of the Bible School Is to In-
crease Christian worship; Chris-
tian education, and Christian fel-
lowship. All children are wel-
come. For further Information
or enrollment the office of Re-
deemecLutheran Church should
be called, Balboa 3570.
Powder Blast Kills
Three, Obliterates
Duponl Building
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., June 5,
(UP) A powder mixture ex-
ploded with such violence at a
Dupont plant today that no trace
could be found of the bodies of
three workers presumed killed In
the blast.
Plant manager A. 8. Allbrlght
said that a two-story frame
structure; one of a group of dis-
persed mixing buildings at Wat-
son, Ala., 15 miles northwest of
Birmingham, was "obliterated"
by the explosion.
The explosion left a gaping
hole in the ground where the
building had stood and destroyed
power lines overhead.
The operation where the acci-
dent occurred was a commercial
one, Allbrlght said. A "thorough
investigation' 'was ordered into
the blast, the first fatal one in
the plant's 24-year operation.
Florida Spots Gold
In Retired Zonians
An open invitation to retir-
ing employes of The Panama
Canal and Railroad to settle in
St. Petersburg, Florida, was
published May 31 In the "St.
Petersburg Times."
A copy of the clipping was
enclosed in a letter from W. H.
Butler, former production su-
perintendent of the Industrial
Bureau who retired in 1949 and
is now living in St. Petersburg.
Butler is president of the Pan-
ama Canal Society of Florida,
with headquarters in St. Pe-
tersburg.
The invitation is extended In
view of the recent restrictions
placed on retired Canal-Rail-
road employes, limiting them
to one year In Canal quarters
after retirement.
In the next edition of the So-
ciety's quarterly bulletin, the
Canal Record, Butler wrote,
"We intend to state that the
Society would be pleased to ad-
vise any person from the Canal
as to conditions, costs of pro-
perty, etc., in St. Petersburg. We
would probably be of some help
to them."
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
McGANN, Mr. and Mrs. Theo
dore P. of Coco Slito, a son. May
31 at Colon Hospital
EDMD/DS.Mr. and Mm'. Will-
iam F. of New Cristobal, a son,
May 31 at Colon Hospital.
TROYA, Mr. and Mrs. Alfon-
so of Camp Blerd. a daughter,
June 1 at Colon Hospital.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) I had
a session today with the first
movie doll who scrawled her
name to a contract for a televi-
sion film and the scene. I'm dou-
bled up with joy to report, wasn't
skid row or the bread line.
It was a fancy Beverly Hills
place where the tabs run high
and twice the Johnson cheek was
brushed with genuine sliver blue
mink.
Maria Palmer, the beauty who
took a chance on TV. signed au-
tographs for the waiter, a stout
matron from Cleveland and a lad
in a cowboy suit.
Maria, a Viennese dish with the
coloring of paprika sprinkled on
rich cream, flexed her aching
wrist and said that she'd been
riding high since she went In for
video only.
She was being called "The In-
grld Bergman of TV."
She was right up on her in-
come tax payments and nobody
had slapped a lien on her man-
sion.
And bigger and better movie
parts were coming her way.
My hair would stand up at at-
tention on my noggin. Maria said,
at some of the finger-shaking
that went on when she took the
plunge Into the parlor channels
back in 1948 in a half-hour film
titled, "The Necklace."
"People tried to talk me out of
it," Maria whispered. "One of my
close friends told me that he'd
seen Claire Booth Luce on tele-
vision and that she had looked
like a monkey.
"My agents threw up their
hands in disgust and said that
Hollywood would never give me
a job again. And an actress
friend of mineI won't mention
her namepredicted that I would
wind up as a car hop." "
A woman In a print dress
coughed politely at Maria's elbow
and held out a blank card.
Would Maria sign lt to Maude?
"She's my grandmother," the
woman explained, "and hasn't
seen a movie since she broke her
leg 20 years ago. You're her fa-
vorite actress on televis i o n.
Grandma says you're as good as
Pola Negri and Dorothy Mac-
kalll."
Maria scratched some words
and her name on the card.
"Autographs, autographs," she
wailed after the woman had gone
hack to her table. "You should
see the mobs who wait outside the
television stations. Bobbysoxers,
too. I never thought bobbysox-
ers cared about anybody but June
Allyson and Peter Lawford. Let
me tell you, they watch televi-
sion. Most of my mail comes from
kids."
Her shadow on the parlor
screens?
Maria said she was glad that
the subject had popped up.
So help her, she had looked
more of an eyeful in the "Neck-
lace" and the doaen or so televi-
sion films that followed It than
In movies like "Mission to Mos-
cow," "The Other Love," and,
"The Web.''
"Live television is somethinc
else," she added. "Sometimes your
head comes out looking like the
moon or the cameraman lops lb
off altogether. But I don't care.,
It doesn't bother me. You stab
llsh your TV face through film.i
After that, the audience knows
when the lighting Is bad. They,
don't blame you. Stars shouldn't,
be afraid of television. There'*
nothing to fear." ,
Maria laughed.
She was thinking about tha
people who had warned her that
she'd be blacklisted by Holly-
wood studios.
Why, television had landed nee
smack in Esio Plnsa'a arms ira
MGM's "Strictly Dishonorable."
"Nobody's admitting it, 08
course," she smiled. "But ono
night they showed my last TV
picture. 'My Rival Is a Fiddle,' on,
a Hollywood station. The next
day the studio was on the phono*
saying that I was just right for
the part of Pinzaserclose wo-
man friend, let us say."
Three more autograph custom-
ers surrounded Maria and a mo-
vie queen on the other side of
the room arose from her chair
and left hastily.
The television Duse wiped a
flick of autograph ink from her
pinky.
Yes. she'd heard the whisper
that Pinza wasn't going to me
the chewing gum wads stuck un-
der the theater seats as a movie
lover.
Personally, she was voting foa
Pinza.
"He's like a gentle white bull."
Maria sighed. "Outside of being1
just plain sexy, he has a quality,
that women will love. Tenc>rness.
In a big man like Pinza, it's
shocking."
Would she care to talk about
her smooch sceens with the "En-
chanted Evening" man or was 1*
just automatic?
Maria blushed. .
"It would be extremely diffi-
cult," she said, "to be automatic
about a thing like that when It'
Pinza."
News Item: "Carl Peppercorn
named RKO Canadian manager*
Another "o" In that last nam
and Carl might have owned RKO.1
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CINCO CENTESiros
Atacan los aliados el tringulo
de hierro de los coreanos
La resistencia comunista se
hace muy tenaz en numerosos
de los frentes de batalla
TOKIO. Junio 5 (UP).'Los
comunistas chinos se retiraron
ms adentro de su reducto mon-
taoso en el frente central, en
una retirada de sorpresa.
Los comunistas abandonaron
de repente su enconada resis-
tencia en el frente central oc-
cidental durante la maana de
hoy y se retiraron hacia nue-
vas posiciones mas cercanas a
Chorwon, ancla occidental del
"tringulo de hierro" de los ro-
jos.
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas lograron avances de tres
mil yarda. y ms. contra una
resistencia dispersa.
Ms hacia el este la tenaz
resistencia comunista le puso
un limite a los avances aliados
hacia Kumhwa, ancla oriental
del "tringulo de hierro", efec-
tuando los aliados avances de
slo 500 yardas. La lucha se ha-
ce ms intensa a medida que
los aliados se acercan al extre-
mo sur de Kumhwa.
Se inform de otra sangrien-
ta lucha al norte de Yanggu,
Inje y Hangye entre cinco y
nueve minas al norte del Para-
lelo 38 en los frentes central
oriental y oriental.
Los comunistas lanzaron ba-
tallones y regimientos frente a
las rutas de avance de los a-
1 lad os.
Los rojos lanzaron un fuego
asesino y viciosos contraataques
contra los aliados desde sus
fortificaciones en las rocas las
cuales fueron instaladas bajo
supervigilancla rusa poco des-
pus de la segunda guerra mun-
dial.
Un comunicado del Octavo
Ejrcito inform de una limi-
tada retirada comunista en el
frente central occidental, pero
no aclar si sta retirada In-
clua l abandono de las de-
fensas de hormign y acero
que componen la linea de de-
fensa comunista de antes de
la guerra.
Los aviones aliados sorpren-
dieron a un grupo de solda-
dos comunistas en campo abier-
to al sur de Kumhwa y mata-
ron a ms d. cien.
Un aviador dijo "que haban
tantos, que los pilotos no po-
dan fallar. Los comunistas co-
menzaron a correr de un lado
para otro y se encontraban tan
asustados como sus animales de
carga."
No acepta Gran Bretaa los
argumentos del Gobierno de
Irn en lo del Petrleo
Varias concesiones
arancelarias har
EE. UU. a Trujillo
WASHINGTON. Junio S (UP)
El Presidente Truman pro-
clamo que a partir de maana
entrarn en vigor ciertas con-
cesiones arancelarlas que bene-
fician a la Repblica Domini-
cana y tambin anunci que se-
rn canceladas otras que be-
nefician a Cuba.
Las concesiones proclamadas
por el Presidente fueron nego-
adas con 17 naciones en la
inferencia de Comercio cele-
brada ste ao en Torquay.
i Las concesiones entrarn en
/Igor naana 8 de Junio y be-
leflciarn a los paises del Be-
elux, Canad y Francia. Es-
,03 pases, reciprocamente, pro-
yectan hacer concesiones aran-
celarias a Estados Unidos en
a mifn-.a fecha.
Bu Presidente dijo que las
toneesicnes a Cuba han sido
aneciadas como resultado de
nedidas uioptadas por se pas
il aumentar los aranceles de
lertos artculos que estaban re-
ulados ocr un acuerdo de co-
ercio entre Cuba y Estados
nidos firmado en 1947.
Los principales artculos cu-
ano; cuyos aranceles sern au-
lentsdns a partir de maana
m a seda cstainapada, cebo-
deshidratada v guantes de
uero. Tambin se anunciaron
tras moflilicaciones de menor
nportancla en ciertos articu-
la que figuraban en el acuer-
o comercial de 1947 entre Cu-
ft y Estados Unidos.
LONDRES, Junio 5. (UP).
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Oran Bretaa, Her-
bert Morrison, declar que el
Gobierno Britnico no acepta
el argumento del Gobierno de
Irn, de que slo se permitir
que sea la compaa "Anglo-
Iranlan" la que efecte nego-
ciaciones y dijo que "por mis
instrucciones, nuestro Embaja-
dor en Tehern nuevamente a-
clar al Ministro de Hacienda
de Irn que no podemos acep-
tar su afirmacin que'la dispu-
ta es solamente entre el Go-
bierno de Irn y la compaa.
"Por el contrario, se ha he-
cho bien claro que el Gobierno
de Su Majestad tiene todos los
derechos para intervenir en lo
que constituye un inters de
Gran Bretaa en Irn y ade-
ms, porque tiene un impor-
tante inters en el asunto como
mayor accionista de la compa-
a.
Morrison dijo que esperaba
-iue las entrevistas que se efec-
tuarn en Tehern entre el Go-
bierno y los delegados de la
compaa "hagan comprender
claramente a las autoridades
persas los muchos y comple-
jos problemas a que habrn de
enfrentarse".
Segn informes recibidos, la
tensin ha disminuido consi-
derablemente en Tehern y se
le atribuye en gran parte e la
intervencin de Truman.
La prensa britnica encomi
el gesto de Truman y los dia-
rlos subrayaron que la estrecha
asociacin entre los Embalado-
res de Oran Bretaa y Esta-
dos Unidos en Tehern haban
causado una fuerte imnresin a
las autoridades de Irn.
El "Daily Express" de Lord
Beaverbrook dijo que la coooe-
racin norteamericana ha sido
"de Inmenso beneficio para
Bretaa.
"Para que Ud. regrese a la
Caja habra que desconocer
las decisiones judiciales"
Dice el Excmo. Sr. Presidente al ex-Gerente
D. Silvers en carta enviada en el da de hoy
El Presidente de la Repbli-
ca, don Alclbiades Arosemena. _
entreg esta maana a la* riJGTCS IIOtGS Se
prensa, la siguiente carta con-
testacin enviada al Licenciado
don Didaco Silvera, ex-Gerente
de la Caja del Seguro Social:
Panam, junio 4 de 1951.
8r. Licenciado don
Didacio Silvera,
Presente.
Estimado amigo:
Me refiero a su carta del dia
11 de mayo, expresiva de las
razones en que apoya su aspi-
racin a retornar a la Geren-
cia de la Caja de Seguro So-
cial.
Debo ante lodo, excusar la
dilacin de mi respuesta. Mi co-
rrespondencia personal sufre
retraso a causa de las condi-
ciones poco favorables en que
trabaja el Secretariado de la
Presidencia, las cuales imposi-
bilitan evacuar con presteza la
voluminosa cantidad de cartas
y comunicaciones de toda n-
dole que diariamente se reci-
ben.
Hechas estas explicaciones
previas, cumple decirle que
cuando usted habl conmigo,
muchos dias antes de los su-
cesos que desenlazaron en mi
ascenso a la presidencia, no
vacil en acoger su solicitud de
ser restituido al cargo que ejer-
ca en la Caja de Seguro So-
cial. No puedo decir que las
pfclaoras que inserta usted en
su memorial a la Asamblea Na-
cional sean la transcripcin
exacta de las mias, pues mi me-
moria slo alcanza a retener el
sentido de mi respuesta. Tengo,
no obstante, que observarle que
las circunstancias en que usted
(rasa a la Pag. fi. Col. )
Nuevo Gerente
de la Lotera
Las exportaciones de Amrica
Latina aumentan en un 45%
NUEVA YORK. Junio S (UBIS) El comercio entre los
Estados Unidos y la Amrica Latina eclipsara este ao las
cifras elevadas que se registraron el ao pasado, segn pre-
dice el Chase National Bank of New York en su ltimo In-
forme trimestral sobre los negocios en la Amrica Latina.
"Cn anlisis hecho durante el primer trimestre de 1951
muestra sue las exportaciones de las repblicas del sor a
los Estados Unidos han alcanzado ana proporcin de 3.9M
millones de dlares anuales, o sea un aumente del 45 per
ciento en comparacin con las cifras de 1959", dice el in-
forme. "De la misma manera, las Importaciones de los Es-
tados Unidos han llegado a una proporcin anual de 3,**0
millones de dlares, o sea un aumente de ms del 39 por
ciento sobre el ao pasado".
Gran parte del aumento se' debe a los precisa ms al-
tos, dice el informe del Banco, el cual agrega: "Sin embar-
go, los orelos de las materias primas han subido con ma-
yor rapidez que el consumo. La ventaja de precios de la
Amrica Latina est siendo reducida. Los precios de les ar-
ticulo* terminados en lee Estados Unidos tienen un aumen-
to del 14 por ciento desde el comienzo de la lucha en Co-
res".
cambiaron rusos e
italianos en Roma
ROMA, Junio 5 (UP). La
Embajada Sovitica y el Go-
bierno italiano cambiaron fuer-
tes notas ayer acerca de la ce-
lebracin de maana del 137
aniversario de la fundacin de
la fuerza de carabineros de Ita-
lia.
La Embajada de Rusia dijo en
una nota que no poda asistir
a la ceremonia porque en ella
Iba a ser condecorado un fas-
cista que luoh contra la Unin
Sovitica.
La respuesta italiana neg la
acusacin de que la condeco-
racin de soldados viola el tra-
tado de paz y record a la Em-
bajada Rusa que la Unin So-
vitica, violando se tratado,
no ha permitido que los pri-
sioneros de guerra italianos re-
gresen a su pals.
La Onu no ha usado
en Corea tropas de
Japn hasta ahora
WASHINGTON, Junio 5 (USIS)
Al tildar como "completa-
mente falso" un informe de la
agencia noticiosa oficial sovi-
tica Tass, un funcionario de
prensa del Departamento de Es-
tado ha. negado que se hayan
empleado tropas Japonesas con
las tuertas de las Naciones Uni-
das en Corea.
El ofielal de prenss, seor
MacDermott, dijo que un des-
pacho de la agencia Tass desde
Shanghai que alegaba que ha-
ban sido muertos 4.500 japone-
ses en Corea en 1950, carece
por completo de base.
MacDermott dijo que ante-
riormente habia negado versio-
nes similares de la agencia Tass
publicadas en el diario soviti-
co "Pravda". Agreg: "Tass de-
be traer sus propias raxones pa-
ra revivir lo que sabe son men-
tiras".
Con respecto a su desmentido
de hace varios meses, MacDer-
mott dijo: "En ese entonces ma-
nifest que no se estaban usan-
do tropas en Corea a menos que
fueran en oposicin a las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas all".
Agreg que "no hay tropas Ja-
Ronesas entre las fuerzas de las
aciones Unidas en Corea".
Se hace advertencia
a los acudientes de
todos los becarios
El Ministerio de Educacin le
recuerda a todos loe padres o
acudientes de los alumnos be-
carios que cursan estudios en
el exterior, que de acuerdo con
clusulas contractuales los es-
tudiantes estn en la obliga-
cin de informar cada seis me-
ses el curso de los estudios.
Al hacer una revisin del es-
tado de los alumnos becarios,
(Pasa a la Pg. . col. 7)
Las oficinas del Ejecutivo
se trasladan maana a la
Presidencia de la Repblica
Don Pedro Cedeo, nuevo Ge-
rente de la Lotera Nacional de
Beneficencia, quien tom ayer
posesin de su alto cargo. El se-
or Cedeo se ha distinguido en
la vida pblica en forma sin-
gular por su acrisolada honra-
dez y por una tesonera labor en
pro de los intereses nacionales.
Postulan candidatos
a la Directiva del
Club "Los Tigres"
COLON, Junio 5 En reunion
extraordinaria fueron postula-
dos el sbado en la noche U>s
nuevos directores del prestigio-
so club Los Tigres de esta c.u-
dad. Las elecciones se llevaran
cabo el mircoles a las d:00
pm. en el Club de Extranjera
para lo cual prevalece mucliu
entusiasmo.
Los socios escogidos part di-
rigir los destinos del club L s
Tigres son los siguientes: Ro-
berto Puello A., Presldetne; J.e
Watson. Primer Vlce-Presldentr;
Max Welch, Segundo Vicepre-
sidente; Sergio Delgado, Secre-
tarlo. Miguel Abbo, Tesorero;
Fiscal Adalberto Joly. VOa*ks:
Ai.tonlo Barcia y Samuel Levy
Junta de Admisin; Colman
Saso. Carlos Gallardo, Edilbf--
to Grimaldo, Cecilio Alberga
Enrique Jaramlllo y Marcos Af-
rales.
En la maana de hov fuimos
informados por el Secretario
General de la Presidencia, don
Jos Ma. Vrela, que maana en
la tarde se efectuar el trasla-
do de los tiles de oficinas y
dems enseres del despacho pre-
sidencial a la Presidencia de la
Repblica.
Tambin fuimos informados
de que el Presidente de la Re-
pblica comenzar a despachar
desde el Palacio Presidencial el
jueves en la maana, ruando ya
se habr efectuado el traslado
del despacho presidencial desde
el lugar que ocupa ahora en el
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores a la Presidencia de la
Repblica en la Avenida Norte.
Con motivo de los daos su-
fridos por el Palacio Presiden-
cial durante los sucesos del 10
de mayo, el Presidente de la Re-
pblica se vio obligado a ins-
talar, provisionalmente, su des-
pacho en el Ministerio de Rela-
ciones Exteriores, mientras se
efectuaban las reparaciones -ne-
cesarias.
Todo parece indicar que los
trabajos de rehabilitacin del e-
dlficlo presidencial han sido
terminados, los cuales se calcula
costaron alrededor de unos 20,-
000 balboas, y el Presidente co-
menzar a despachar en ese e-
dlficio desde pasado maana.
Sin embargo, fuentes bien en-
teradas nos Informaron que el
Presidente de la Repblica no
ocupar las habitaciones priva-
das del Palacio Presidencial.
Muy buena ser este
ao la cosecha de
algodn en EE. UU.
WASHINGTON, junio 5. (UP)
La Comisin Asesora Inter-
nacional del algodn anunci
que la cosecha mundial de al-
godn de 1951-52 "tiene exce-
lentes perspectivas de ser la se-
gunda mayor en la historia".
Basado en informes de los
paises aullados, la comisin for-
mul un clculo provisional de
una cosecha mundial de 'al-
rededor de 35 millones de ba-
las" comparada a la mayor
cosecha de 38 millones en 1937-
38.
Se dice que aparte de Esta-
dos Unidos, Rusia y China, en
donde ms aumento la produc-
cin de algodn, ha sido en
Mxico y los pases del Cerca-
no Oriente.
Dice el Informe que la pro-
duccin en Colombia ha varia-
do durante las ltimas cose-
chas, pero todava es pequea,
alcanzando entre 30 mil a 40
mil balas d los tipos norte-
americano y peruano.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23,400
El 24 celebrar Convencin
el Partido Revolucionario
Autntico, segn informan
Famoso director
de la orquesta de
Boston muri ayer
BOSTON, Junio 5 (UP).Mu-
ri Serge A. Koussevitzky, mun-
dlalmente famoso conductor de
la Orquesta Sinfnica de Bos-
ton, a la edad de 78 aos.
Koussevitzky, quien lleg a
Estados Unidos refugindose del
rgimen bolchevique, muri a-
noche de una infeccin viru-
lenta er. el Centro Mdico de
Nueva Inglaterra.
El famoso director de orques-
tas condujo la Orquesta Sin-
fnica de Boston durante 28.
aos antes de retirarse el aoiQue venimos naciendo mencin
pasado. i
Segn informacin que nos
fue enviada en la maana de
hoy, la "Junta Consultiva del
Partido Revolucionario Autnti-
co", ha decidido convocar a una
convencin extraordinaria, de
reorganizacin, la cual se ce-
lebrar en Panam el domin-
go 24 de junio en las horas
en que lo acuerde el comit
organizador, al cual se le ha
dado facultades "para la ela-
boracin de la agenda que ha
de ser considerada y el arreglo
de todos los detalles comple-
mentarlos".
Se tiene entendido que la
mencionada convencin eligir
a los nuevos directores y con-
sultores de la organizacin a
Se tratar de evitar
alza de la Gasolina
Comentan los Diputados que
al Ejecutivo le faltar tiempo
para aplicar las facultades
Las Comisiones trabajan intensamente con objeto
de rendir informe pronto
Dos periodistas
nombrados hoy
en Agricultura
En la maana de hoy fue de-
signado Director de la Divisin
de Extensin Agrcola y Patri-
monio Familiar, el seor Rodolfo
Aguilera Jr. en reemplazo del
seor Manuel C. Glvez Berro-
cal.
En la maana de hoy fue" de-
signado Comisionado de Turis-
mo el seor Mario J. de Obal-
da. Este cargo lo venia desem-
peando el seor Rogelio Ro-
bles M.
Tanto el seor Rodolfo Agui-
lera Jr. como el seor Mario J.
de Obaldia son conocidos perio-
distas locales.
Con Joan Fontaine
anda ahora Ali Kan
en cabaret de Pars
PARIS, Junio 5 (UP). El
Prncipe Al Khan ha estado
acompaando a una bella ru-
bia al mismo lujoso cabaret
que splia visitar con Rita Hay-
worth.
La bella rubia es la actriz
norteamericana Joan Fontaine,
quien no hace mucho realiz un
viaje a Sur Amrica y adopt
una nia peruana.
Se ha sabido que durante los
ltimos das Ali Khan ha es-
tado acompaando a Joan Fon-
taine a diversos lugares de Pa-
ris y el sbado pasado se les
vio bailando en al Cabaret "Flo-
rence", uno de los ms lujosos
de Paris que el Principe visi-
taba frecuentemente con su es-
posa Rita Hayworth.
Director Mdico
del Santo Toms
El doctor Lais E. Alfaro, pro-
fesional mdico, quien fue nom-
brado ayer Director Mdico del
Hospital Santo Toms, ha esta-
do durante muchos aos vin-
culado estrechamente a esta ca-
sa de salud pblica y su desig-
nacin para dirigirla ha sido re-
cibida en los crculos profesio-
nales con general beneplcito.
Plazo a vendedores
de pescado ha dado
ahora la Alcalda
Hemos recibido el siguiente
comunicado:
Comunicado de la Alcalda
Se ha notado que contrario
a los reglamentos sanitarios
hay gran cantidad de vendedo-
res de pescado en carretillas
que no llenan los requisitos m-
nimos de la oficina de Sanidad
ni portan las placas municipa-
les del caso y no han obteni-
do el correspondiente permiso
para la venta de dicho articulo
en la ciudad.
Se notifica a todos los ven-
dedores de pescado en carre-
tillas dentro de la ciudad que
se les concede plazo hasta el
da 5 de Julio del presente ao
para que obtengan sus placas
municipales y permisos sanita-
rios. Vender pescado en carre-
tillas sin permiso es violacin
del articulo 112 de los regla-1
mentos sanitarios, lo cual ac-!
rrea una sancin a los vende-
dores. I
En relacin con el proyecto
de ley sobre Facultades Extra-
ordinarias se comenta en circu-
ios legislativos el hecho de que
al rgano Ejecutivo no le que-
dara suficiente tiempo ni opor-
tunidad para hacer uso de las
distintas autorizaciones que el
proyecto contempla.
En vista de esto, segn fui-
mos informados, algunos dipu-
tados estn estudiando cuales
son los asuntos ms urgentes
que podra resolver el Ejecuti-
vo antes de las sesiones ordi-
narias de la Asamblea, que co-
menzarn el primero de octu-
bre prximo.
No se sabe en definitiva qu
criterio prevalezca al respecto.
Segn se nos ha manifestado.
las comisiones que estudian el
Proyecto del Ejecutivo estn
trabajando intensamente para
rendir cuanto antes informes a
la Cmara a fin de que sta co-
mience a trabajar de lleno en
este asunto.
El Gno. celebrar
reunin con jefes
de las petroleras
En la maana de hoy fui-
mos Informados de que las em-
presas petroleras radicadas en
Panam, haban informado a
los expendedores que desde ma-
ana subira el precio de la
gasolina a un centavo ms, es
decir que el precio que entra-
r en vigencia ser de B. 0.39.
Tambin se nos inform qu
el Ministro de Hacienda y Te-
soro, don Vctor Navas, haba
citado a su despacho a los ge-
rentes de as mencionadas em-
presas con el fin de tratar de
conseguir que el centavo en
mencin no llegara al pblico.
Hasta el momento de cerrar
planas, no se habia llegado a
ningn acuerdo sobre este a-
sunto, que afecta un gran sec-
tor de habitantes, de nuestra
Repblica.
Entrevistado el seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica sobre es-
te particular, declar esta ma-
ana que "el Gobierno est in-
teresado vivamente en no dejar
subir el costo de la vida y que
tratar por todos los medios a
su alcance con las Cdmpaiaa
Petroleras a fin de que se man-
tenga el precio actual de la ga-
solina por el mayor tiempo po-
sible",
Pedirn al Canad anulacin
del aumento de diez balboas
en cada tonelada de papel
WASHINGTON Junio 5 (UP)
El estabilizador de precios,
Michael Disalle, pedir al Ca-
nad que abrogue el aumento
de diez dlares al precio de la
tonelada de papel peridico que
una importante fbrica de papel
canadiense anunci que pondr
en vigor el lo. de Julio.
Fuentes Informadas dicen que
Disalle escribir una peticin
personal el martes prximo, a
Robert Fowler, Jefe de la Divi-
sin de Pulpa y Papel de la Jun-
ta de Produccin para la Defen-
sa, pidindole la anulacin del
aumento.
La "Abilltlbl Power and Paper
Company" anunci que aumen-
tarla en diez dlares por tone-
lada el precio de papel peridico
para establecer un precio "re-
cord" de 116 dlares por tonela-
da a partir del lo. de julio. Se
espera que otras fbricas de pa-
pel canadiense sigan la misma
pauta.
Los Estados Unidos es el ma-
yor consumidor" de papel cana-
diense y se ha sabido que Dlsalle
escribir un claro mensaje a
Fowler subrayando una serle de
consecuencias que la decisin
podra tener en los planes antl-
lnflaclonlstas de los Estados U-
nldos.
i
Aparentemente, la decisin
de Dlselle de apelar a las auto-
ridades canadienses se inspir
parcialmente en las protestas de
los legisladores contra el aumen-
to en el precio del papel.
El Senador Demcrata Edwin
Johnson calific el aumento co-
mo "un aprovechamiento" y dijo
que ste le costar a los diarios
norteamericanos entre 300 y 400
millones de dlares anuales.
Est al borde de la
tumba el Mariscal
Henri Pelain
ILE D'YEU, Francia, Junto
5 (UP). Esferas autorlzadass
Informaron que Henrl Phllippa
Petaln, quien se encuentra a
borde de la tumba, ha pedido
que se le entierre con el viejo
uniforme que usaba cuando era
Mariscal de Francia.
Se dijo que su peticin sera
satisfecha, pero el bastn de
Mariscal que sola utilizar el
"hroe de Verdn" y Jefe del
Ooblerno de Vlchy que colabo;
r con los alemanes, no ser
enterrado con l. El Gobierno
se Incaut de ese bastn.
El viejo uniforme de Petaln
se encuentra en un bal de-
bajo de la cama, en donde el
anciano soldado, declarado cul-
pable de colaboracin con los
nazis, yace al borde de la muer-
te desde hace semanas.
Se intensifican consultas
sobre una tregua en Corea
LONDRES, Jonio 5 (UP) Una esfera oficial britnica
declar que se han intensificado las consultas entre funcio-
narios de Estados Unidos y Gran Bretaa sobre una oferta
de tregua los comunistas en Corea v agreg que esas con-
sultas probablemente pasarn pronto a los ms altos cen-
tros de apibos paises.
Los informantes manifestaron que Gran Bretaa est
apresurando esas gestiones v que adems de mantenerse, en
contacto con Estados Unidos est consultando a los pases
del "Commonwealth" sobre Is concertacien de un armisticio
en Corea.
El Embajador de Estados Unidos, Walter S. Gifford. vi-
sit ayer al Ministre de Relaciones Exteriores Britnico,
Herbert Morrison.
La Embajada dijo que Gifford no se habia entrevistado
con Morrison para tratar especficamente sobre la cuestin
de Cerca, pero admiti que era posible que ambos hubieran
conversado sobre esa cuestin.
Otra fase de las consultas sobre cuestiones del Extremo
Oriente comenz cuando el Consejero Republicano del De-
paitamento de Estado John Foster Dulles, inici una serle ".
de conversaciones con funcionarios britnicos.
Las consultas de Dulles eran especialmente sobre el tra-
tad* de oa* con Japn, pero las esferas britnicas admitie-
ron la posibilidad de que la cuestin de la "tregua ea Ce-
rea" se tratar en el curso de ellas.
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Innecesario nos parece destacar todas las ven-
tajas que para el interior de la Repblica significa
ese humanitario servicio que espontnea y eficaz-
mente le ha brindado a las comunidades interiora-
nas el Dr. Luis Carlos Prieto con su asistencia me-
dica gratuita a lo largo de varios aos.
Consideramos que toda la gente sensata del
pas sabe que no es posible que contine ese ser-
vicio sufragado por el filntropo y distinguido ga-
leno panameo, Dr. Prieto. Asimismo, considera-
mos que toda persona consciente est compenetra-
da de la necesidad de que se organice, bajo el con-
trol y la proteccin del Estado, un servicio de Ca-
ravanas Sanitarias Areas desarrollando la idea
que tan generosamente ha puesto en prctica el
Dr. Prieto.
Hace muchos meses, cuando se debati el pro-
yecto de una ley en este sentido en la Asamblea
Nacional nosotros lo estimulamos en varios comen-
tarios editoriales y cuando esta ley fue vetada por
el rgano Ejecutivo insistimos en la inconvenien-
cia de ello y propugnamos porque el Gobierno Na-
cional reconsiderara su injusta actitud. Las pro-
porciones sociales de la ley as lo exigan de la co-
munidad, y numerosas protestas se manifestaron
en acuella ocasin.
En nuestra entrega de ayer apareci una no-
ticia procedente de Caazas en la cual se dice que
el Dr. Prieto se ver obligado a desistir de su em-
peo en el servicio que le ha venido prestando al
interior debido a la falta de apoyo del gobierno.
La referida informacin tiene que peocupar hon-
damente a centenares de familias panameas que
se privarn de los beneficios de una asistencia so-
cial indispensable.
Es de suponer que el rgano Ejecutivo no ha
de ver con indiferencia la situacin que se plan-
tear en el interior si se suspenden los servicios
profesionales del Dr. Prieto. Parece un deber ine-
ludb'e tratar con todos los medios a su alcance
de remediar esc estado de cosas. Y lo ms saluda-
ble sera que, aprovechando las Facultades Extra-
ordinarias que seguramente le conceder la Asam-
blea-Nacional, se dictaran las medidas conducentes
a rin de solucionar semejante problema.
Aunque sea en forma modesta debera darse
el primer paso para incorporar en el Presupuesto
una partida para el funcionamiento de las Cara-
vanas Sanitarias Areas. Por tratarse de algo ab-
solutamente indispensable el pas espera que se en-
miende el error de hace varios meses para que el
Estado cumpla con la obligacin que tiene de ve-
lar por la salud del pueblo panameo.
"Las Licencias para Profesores no
graduados no podrn expedirse por
un trmino mayor de dos aos"
As lo tice el D\ i. v. iin
estudio donde hace anlisis del asunto
El doctor Eduardo Morgan ha emitido la siguiente opinin
sobre el debatido asunto de los profesores sin erado:
El articulo 118 de la Ley 47 de 1946 es una disposicin prohibi-
tiva. Establece claramente, en efecto, que la licencia a que se
refiere, para quienes hayan aprobado exmenes por carecer de
diploma, 'no podr expedirse por un periodo mayor de dos aos".
El Decreto nmero 2010 de 1948, en cnanto se contrae a aplicar
el articulo 118 de la citada Ley, prescribe:
Articulo 9.Los aspirantes a puestos de Maestros o Profesores
qu* aprueben estos exmenes, recibirn del Ministerio de Educa-
cin ana licencia para ejercer la docencia durante un (1) ao.
Articulo 10.Esta licencia ser prorrogada anualmente, mien-
tras el maestro o profesor obtenga una calificacin no inferior a
cuatro (4) o el equivalente, si se cambian las normas de aprecia-
cin.
Artculo 11.El maestro o profesor cuya licencia expire debe-
r someterse a examen de aptitud para obtener una nueva licen-
cia, con la cual podr ser nombrado en la misma posicin, si no
hay candidatos con mejores credenciales, o en otra vacante dis-
ponible.
Me parece que las disposiciones transcritas no infringen la
prohibicin contenida en el articulo 118 de la Ley 47 por las ra-
tones siguientes:
(a) Limitan a un ao (articulo 9) el trmino de la licencia,
rl cual est oentro del mximo de dos aos fijados por la Ley;
(b) Aunque el articulo 10 expresa que la licencia ser prorro-
gada anualmente, bay que tener en cuenta que el articulo 11, que
por ser posterior explica lo anterior y tiene preferente aplicacin,
estatuye que el maestro o profesor CUYA LICENCIA EXPIRE, de-
ber someterse a examen de aptitud para obtener UNA NUEVA
LICENCIA, con la cual podr ser nombrado en la misma posicin.
M NO HAY CANDIDATO DE MEJORES CREDENCIALES, O EN
OTRA VACANTE DISPONIBLE.
De donde se concluye:
lo.cjue la licencia a que se refiere el articulo 9 del Decreto
es por un ao:
2o.Que puede prorrogarse por un ao, segn el articulo 10,
siempre que se llenen los requisitos del articulo 11 y que la nueva
licencia se ajuste a las condiciones que ste seala.
No puede ser otra la interpretacin, TENDIENTE A QUE LA
LEY SE APLIQUE, porque si la prrroga, ana ves vencido el tr-
mino de un ao de la Ucencia, se hiciera automticamente, sin
solucin de continuidad, el trmino de la licencia nunca expirara,
lo que no puede ser porque a esa ilegalidad se opondra claramen-
te el articulo 11 del mismo Decreto que disipara cualquier duela
iiue sugiriera la redaccin del articulo 10.
Seguramente el rgano Ejeeutivo, en el Decreto Reglamenta-
rio de la Ley, al fijar a la Ucencia el trmino de un ao, o sea no
mayor de dos aos, lo hizo para estimular a los profesores y maes-
tros a que obtuvieran sus diplomas, dndoles luego la oportunidad
de un ao ms, pero siempre mediante el examen de rigor, con
lo cual no se violaba la ley y se la utilizaba eficazmente en bene-
ficio de la educacin.
La interpretacin aislada del articulo 19 del Decreto, en el
sentido de que autorlsan las prrrogas anuales de las licencias
expedidas a los profesores o maestros sin diploma, sin uuevo exa-
men despus de vencido el ao a que se refiere el artculo 9 y so-
brepasando el trmino de dos aos, contra la prohibicin del ar-
ticulo 118 de la Ley 47, no slo conducira a actos violatorios de
esta disposicin legal, sino a la violacin de los artculos 9 y 11
del mismo Decreto.
Considero que como se trata de una materia administrativa,
los interesados podran formular una consulta al rgano Ejecu-
tivo y si ste la resuelvo en sentido contrario a lo expuesto, ten-
dran amplio campo para acusar la Ilegalidad ante el Tribunal de
lo Contencioso Administrativo.
...El problema deben resolverlo con espritu de cooperacin por
las repercusiones econmicas o financieras fuera del aspecto
estrictamente legal que pueda tener para el Ministerio del Ramo
boy encomendado a quien yo s que est inspirado en hacer el ma-
yor bien a la educacin nacional.
Panam, 28 de mayo de 1951.
(Fdo.) EDUARDO MORGAN.
Presentan 27 trabajos en el
Concurso "Ricardo Miro'
El viernes lo. de junio, a las
diez de la maana, tal como
lo estipula el punto 8o. de las
bees para el Concurso. Lite-
rario "Ricardo Mir 1950-1951,
se reunieron en el Ministerio
de Educacin los miembros de
la Comisin Organizadora, a fin
de contar los trabajos recibi-
dos, los cuales, despus de le-
vantada el acta correspondien-
te, fueron envegados al secre-
tarlo de la Comisin, quien se
encarg de hacerlos llegar al
jurado nombrado por la Juno
Organizadora.
Los trabajos recibidos en to-
tal, fueron 28. De estos tra-
bajos, 17 son de poesa, 5 de
novela y 4 de historia. Dos tra-
bajos de poesa, "Reto a la
Muerte", por Leopoldo Snchez
Junco y "En el Surco de la
vida", por Jos Antonio Rol-
don, asi como la novela "Meta
Lejana", fueron eliminados, por
traer una sola copia, en lugar
de las tres que estipulan las
bases del concurso en su punto
No. 7. He aqu la lista completa
de los trabajos recibidos:
POESA
1Reto a la Muerte, por Leo-
poldo Snchez Junco, una co-
pla.
2Amor, yo soy tu Esclava,
por Lirio de Oro.
3Cancin de mi Misma, por
Mimosa.
4Aproximaciones, por He-
gogias.
5Tristezas como Aristas en
el Afma, por Shermar.
6Propter Flnem (por un
Pin).
7Velero de Sueos, por Slm-
bad.
8Meloda denlos pueblos, por
Tolondongo.
9 Rastros de Fauno.
10Origen y, Signo, por Jean
Pavor.
11En el Surco de la Vida,
por Jos Antonio Roldn
una copla.
12Peripecia Tropical, por J-
baro.
13Tres Voces, por Cencerro.
14Caminos, por Yermo.
15Flmulas, por ngel Za-
firo.
16Hierbales Bajo, tus Gra-
cias, por Eloy Jacobo.
17Mis Ilusiones, por Tuira.
NOVELA
1El Guitarrista, por Mximo
2Gilberto Martnez, por
Nemrod.
3Meta Lejana, por Tirano
Banderas, una copia.
4Puente del Mundo, por
Ryskal.
5A orillas del Xolotlan .
HISTORIA
10n aporte" a la Historia de
la Provincia de Chirlqu, por
Santa Cruz.
2El General Manuel Quin-
tero Villarreal. Su carrera mi-
litar, y algunos comentarios a-
cerca de sus campaas del Ist-
mo durante la guerra denomi-
nada de los 1,000 das, por San
Pablo.
3Las relaciones de la Rep-
blica de Panam con los EE.
UU. de Norte Amrica, a la luz
del Tratado del Canal de 1903,
por Cavear.
4Captulos de Historia Di-
plomtica. En los albores de la
Repblica Nuestra Reconci-
liacin con Colombia, por Usa-
gua. _______
El obrerismo libre puede
contribuir a la paz y la
prosperidad del mundo
NUEVA YORK, junio .'USISl
El bienestar de los trabaja-
dores de los Estados Unidos de-
pende en gran parte de l ca-
pacidad de los trabajadores de
los otros pases "para mejo-
rar sus niveles de vida, prote-
ger sus instituciones democr-
ticas y reforzar, sus sindicatos
obreros", de acuerdo con lo
que Informa un funcionario de
una de las principales organi-
zaciones obreras de Estados U-
nldoi.
Jacon S. Potofsky, presidente
del Comit de Asuntos Inter-
nacionales del Comit de Orga-
nizaciones Industriales, expidi
una declaracin antes de salir
hacia Europa como asesor' obre-
ro de la Organizacin Inter-
nacional del Trabajo en la reu-
nin que comenzar en Gine-
bra el 6 de junio.
Con Potofsky van otros nue-
ve funcionarios del CIO. Todos
J
.-participarn en la segun-
da conferencia mundial de la
Confederacin Internacional de
Sindicatos Libres en MUn, la
cual empieza el 4 de julio. Con
el delegadp del CIO Irn miem-
: bros de 14 Federacin Ameri-
cana del Trabajo y delegado
de sindicatos Independientes.
Potofsky dijo que debe dar-
se pasos para aliviar a lasgran-
masas de pueblo en diver-
sas zonas del mundo que aho-
ra 'viven en niveles de aniqui-
lamiento. Agreg que en mu-
chas reglones el pueblo est
oprimido por regmenes tota-
litarios, tanto de derecha como
de izquierda. "E| CIO particina
en el Congreso Mundial Obre-
ro de la CISL porque recono-
ce la tremenda actuacin quo
el obrerismo democrtico y li-
bre puede desarrollar para la
paz y la prosperidad del mun-
do", i
Piden a pases industrializados
que faciliten el desarrollo de las
Repblicas de la Amrica Latina
clnica de urologa
DR. AUSTREBERTO PAREDES
Ave. Roosevelt, Call. 10 No. 100799 Coln
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 de Mayo de 1951.
Leticia Vlncensinl
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
MEXICO, D. F., Junio 4 (UP)
Mxico y Uruguay mencio-
naron "la existencia de muchos
elementos de juicio que hacen
pensar la posibilidad de otra
contingencia blica", pidlendc
que la Comisin Econmica de
las Naciones Unidas para La-
tino-Amrica medidas para que los pases
industrializados faciliten el de-
sarrollo econmico de la Am-
rica Latina.
En el Comit No. 2 el dele-
gado de Uruguay. Roberto Mac-
Eachern inici los debate so-
bre el comercio Internacional
diciendo que el problema de a-
cumulacin de divisas no con-
vertibles es tan Importante, co-
mo 1* solidaridad de ios pases
democrticos y es preciso crear
un fondo comn de esas divi-
sas para el reparto entro las
naciones que comercian entre
si.
Dijo que los dos problemas
bsicos para Amrica Latina son
la adquisicin de bienes capi-
tal para elevar el nivel de vida
y la acumulacin de divisas
europeas, que Implica un es-
fuerzo general para que la pro-
duccin continental "se adap-
te para hacer frente en cual-
quier caso de contingencia b-
lica que pueda presentarse."
El mexicano Armando Ama-
dor lo secund y lleg ms le-
jos diciendo que cree que el
Informe sobre comercio exte-
rior parece pecar de optimis-
ta, pues "creemof que hay ele-
mentos de juicio suficientes pa-
ra prever que pueda registrar-
se un cambio en la situacin
mundial y los efectos- en el. te-4
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en los pases productores de
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SIN LUGAR A DUDAS SIN DISCUSIN! '
El Almacn ms completo! Las mis alta calidades! Los mejores precios!
ESPECIAL PARA JUNIO
Liquidacin del departamenfo de Zapatos
Sbanas Cannon en colores......... .B/. 4.29
Alfombras Tropicales de Paja desde 535'
VEA NUESTRAS VITRINAS COMPARE PRECIOS

Brassieres Maiden Form, desde
Fajas Play te x.......
Fajas y Fajas Panties. ...
Panties3 por 1.00....
Panties Nylon .......
Panties de algodn......
Pticotes de seda.......
Pticotes Nylon.......
Peticotea Nylon de cintura
Pticotes Nylon de cintura "
Camisones de seda. ....,-
Camisones de algodn...
Camisones Jersey y Nylon "
Pijamas de algodn..... ;"
Pijamas de seda. .......'"
Vestidos de bao Jantzen "
Zapatillas...........
Zapatillas Daniel Green.. "
Blusas ............. "
Polo Shirt ..........-..' "
Polo Shirts Jantzen....,. "
Anteojos para el sol.... "
Gorras de bao........
Bolsa para la playa...... "
Medias Nylon..........'. **
Sweaters de lana......
Sweaters lana juegos 2 pi. "
Collares de perlas......
Aretes Coro .....*......
Prendedores ...........
Juegos Finos Coro
Prendedor y Aretes.
Juegos Finos Cota-
Collares y Aretes.
Pulseras ltalianas.de filigrana. .
Aretes Italianos ........ desde
1.50
3.95
0.99
0.59
1.50
0.69
1.S9
4.95
1.19
4.95
1.49
3.95
3.95
3.95
4.95
12.95
3.79
6.50
1.50
1.49
2.95
0.39
0.95
2.49
1.95
5.50
8.95
1.45
1.25
1.25
CORTINAS
PLSTICAS
2.9 5
Prendedores Carneo..........
Vanities de Carey......desde
Abanicos ......y. .... "
radas ........ Vestidos ertfr*mmAt.+-.a*. .
Vestidos SdO.rt ......./.>....
Vestidos de .noche... /..desde
Carteras ............ desda
Carteras da paja. .........
Carteras d' tela............
Carteras..................
Carteras Plsticas...........
Carteras de noche, francesa. .
Abrigos............. ......
Suits 2 piezas.......desde
Batas de seda
Batas de algodn. .
a.*., w.-i;...
Batas Negligees . .



2.95
2.95
10.50
6,50
0.95
4.95
2.95
6.95
29.50
1.79
3.95
2.95
4.50
3.95
5.50
39.50
26.50
10.95
2.79
22.95
COPAS
PARA
DULCES
Y.
HELADOS
0.2 5
COMPOTERAS
GIGANTES
1.59
ALFOMBRAS
METLICAS
2.98

VAJILLAS
32 PffiZAS
5.99
FRUTAS
ARTIFICIALES
PARA
ADORNO
0.25
Medios para nio Galatex. .'... 0.42
Medios para nio Trinfit...... 0.39
Camisones para nia......... 0.99
Camisetas................. 0.89
Camisetas ................. 0.75
Pijamas para nia y nio, desde 2.59
Sweaters de lana........ 2.93
Panties para nia....... 0.29
Calzoncillos para nio... 0.55
Camisetas para nio.... 0.56
Vestidos de bao para nio 1.98
Polo Shirts ........... 0.59
Mamelucos............ 1.59
Batas de bao para nio 2.98
Zapatos para nio...... 1.99
Ganchos de pelo para nia 0.10
Peinetas.............. 0.09
Mantitas de lana para nios... 0.59
Guayaberas ................ 1.45
Toallas .................... 0.35
Sbanas Cannon ............ 3.59
Fundas .................... 0.59
Sobrecamas ................. 1.19
Sobrecamas Chenille......... 15.95
Batas de bao para nio...... 4.49
Mantas de lana............. 2.50
Cubrecamas Chenille ........ 3.95
Almohadas para baby........ 1.25
Colchonetas................ 6.95
Limpiones de hilo........... 0.39
Tapetes para mesa........... 0.43
Manteles plsticos.......... 0.89
Delantales plsticos.......... 0.39
Manteles.................. 1.98
Manteles de encaje........... 15.50
Cortinas .................,.. 2.79
Chinelas ................... 0.59
Toallitas 2 por........... 0.15
Cortinas para bao.......... 2.25
Monederos ................. 0.49
Pantalones para nio, largos.. 1.24
Pantalones para nio, cortos.. 0.79
Columpio carro para nio..... 2.50
Excusado para baby.......... 14.95
Paraguas para seora........ 3.29
Capotes ................... 1.19
Carteras para nia........... 1.49
Faldas para nia............. 0.79
Bates ..................... 1.59
Juegos de baseball........... 2.29
Pelotas .................... 1.19
Manillas ................... 1.98
Juegos de boxeo ............ 5.98
Alcancas......._........... 1.75
Juegos de Punching Bag...... 5.89
Juegos de frascos............ 3.95

Tostadoras elctricas......'.. 4.99
Tostadoras elctricas ........ 10.95
Tostadoras elctricas ........ 19.95
Abanicos, elctricos de mesa.
Abanicos elctricos pequeos .. 8.49
Abanicos elctricos medianos.. 14.98
Abanicos elctricos de pie..... 24.89
Mquinas de moler carne peq.. 2.99
Mquinas de moler carne, med. 4.99
Mquinas de moler maz...... 5.19
Abridores de lata de pared.... 4.59
Abridores de lata de pared.... 5.99
Mangueras plsticas, 25 pies.. 6.95
Mangueras plsticas, 50 pies.. 9.59
Mangueras negras, 50 pies. ... 8.79
Pistones para manguera...... 1.59
Focos Pope 15W............ 0.19
Focos Pope 25W ............ 0.19
Focos Pope 60W............ 0.19
Maletn con zipper pequeo... 2.59
Maletn con zipper indiano... 2.95
Maletn con zipper grande.... 3.59
BROCHAS KELLOGG
Cepillos de uas............. 0.59
" para vegetales....... 0.39
para, limpiar inodoros. 1.29
para vasos.......... 0.39
para botellas ........ 0.39
para limpiar colchn.. 1.29
" para ropa........... 0.89
Ceniceros de pie............. 3.59
Sillas de extensin para porch 6.50
Sillas de porch.............. 4.50
Banquillos de lona para porch. 1.89
Aparatos para secar ropa, de
madera.................. 2.39
Aparato para secar ropa en me-
tal .....4............... 15.39
Plumeros pequeos.......... 1.99
medianos ......... 2.59
grandes .......... 2.89
Linternas de mano........... 1.49
Linternas de mano........... 1.79
Pilas elctricas Eveready 24.. 0.25
Pesas (Detecto) ............ 9.50
Aparato de barrer y recoger ba-
sura .................... 7.98
Aparato de jardn para regar
agua................... 1.69
Escobas para jardn ......... 1.49
Secador de palo............. 12.50
Catres de lona blanca........ 7.99
Catres de lona khaky......... 8.99
Mesitas para bridge en color.. 5.79
ROPEROS
10.95
CARTERAS
DE
CUENTAS
NOVEDAD
3.95
CANASTILLAS
ESMALTE
2 3.50
CARTERAS
NIAS
EN PAJA
1 .7 5
PTICOTES
NIAS
3 a 14 Aos
Desde
0.5 9
SILLAS ALTAS
PARA
BABY
12.95
Slack Suits............desde 8.95
Slack Panties........... 5.50
Pedal Pushers......... 5.95
Shorts ........ ......." 1.75
Manteles Italianos...... 29.50
Manteles Italianos para bridge.. 5.50
Hand Towels ..........desde 1.50
Luncheon Sets......... 21.50
Juego de Porcelana con
plata .............. 34.50
Juego para cake, de plata..... 19.50
Jabones 4711............... 1.00
Juegos 4711 ...........desde 1.25
Colonia 4711 .......... 0.65
Atomizador Elizabeth Arden. ... 1.25
Toni ...................... 2.40
Motas ................desde 0.35
Colonia Mara Farina.... 1.50
ARTCULOS ELIZABETH ARDEN
Orange Cream .........desde 1.50
Velva Cream.......... 1.50
Cleansing........-.'.... 1.25
Flufly Cream.......... 1.50
Beach Cream.....,......... 1.75
Bleachine Cream............. 1.50
Adona ................desde 1.75
Special Eye Cream........... 1.75
Special Neck Cream.......... 2.75
Eye Beauty Cream........... 1.75
Soothing Cream .. ..'......... 1.75
Forine Cream............... 1.50
Moistine Cream............. 2.50
Astringent Cream........... 2.50
Eight Hour Cream............ 1.75
Velva Mask Cream........... 2.50
Perfection Cream............ 3.95
Sensation Cream ........... 3.00
La Joie de Vivre ........... 5.00
Feather Light .............. 1.25
Hand Cream................ 1.25
Pat a Cream................ 1.50
Blue Grass Deo...........'.. 1.25
Sun Pruf Cream...... 4 ...... 1.75
All Day Fundation............. 1.25
Astringent Oil.............. 1.26
Salon Oil Treat............. 4.95
Salon Lotion Treat.......... 3.50
No Shine .................. 1.25
Brillantine ................. 1.50
Sun Tan Oil ............... 0.95
Velva Shampoo ............. 0.90
Oil Shampoo............... 1.50
Hand Lotion .............'.. 0.75
Protecto Cream............. 1.75
Pasta de Dientes............ .0.50
Sleek ..................... .'1.50
Hair Pomade............... 1.50
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CACEROLAS
DE VIDRIO
A PRUEBA
DE FUEGO
7.59
MACETEROS
PLSTICOS
7.79
Rosetas de Porcelana. ........
Receptculos Pony ............
Sockets Bakelita..............
utlet Pull Chain Bakelita......
Socket Key Bakelita...........
Socket Twin Keyless ..........
.Socket Pull Cham Chro.........
Plug Bakelita.................
Handle Cap ..................
Fuse Plugs...................
Duplex Flush Receptacle Bakelita.
Outlet Side Keyjess Bakelita.....
Surface Toggle Switch.........
Heater Plug ..................
Eagle Plug...................
Cordn de Planchas...........
Trampas para ratn, pequeas...
Trampas para ratn, grandes
Candados chicos ..............
medianos ....-........
grandes ............
Martillos ....................
Hachas......................
Serruchos pequeo ...........
Serruchos grandes '............
Aceiteros ....................
Mquina cortadora de hierba.....
Niveles de madera..........
Destornilladores pequeos.......
medianos ......
grandes .......
0.26
0.22
0.35
0.34
0.35
0.29
0.42
0.09
0.25
0.10
0.19
0.29
0.43
0.50
0.29
0.99
0.10
0.35
0.29
0.39
0.79
0.99
1.45
1.49
4.68
1.39
19.50
2.49
0.25
0.39
0.75
ZAPATILLAS PLSTICAS
0.59 y 0.99
ARTCULOS pyrex
Cafeteras Pyrex, 4 tazas.............
t t* ft
O .............
" 8 .............
Bandejas Pyrex ....................
ULTIMA HORA
PIJAMAS NIOS. deade.......
CAMISAS de POLO NOVEDAD
VESTIDOS NIlVAS NUEVOS .
MAMELUCOS, desde . ......
2.59
0.99
1.99
1.19
" redondas.......
" cuadradas......
Baos Mara Pyrex ............
Copas Pyrex, 4 onzas...........
Copas Pyrex, 4J onzas..........
Copas Pyrex, 8 onzas...........
Copas Pyrex, 15 onzas..........
Medidores Pyrex, 8 onzas......
" 16 ......
t e -j r\ ti
Copas de licor...............
Copas de vino ................
Copas de champagne ...........
Copas de agua ...............
Vasos de highball..............
Vasos de highball .............
Vasos para jugos ..............
Vasos para agua 2 por.......
Mantequilleras de vidrio.........
Termos de 3 tazas..............
Termos grandes ...............
Loncharas....................
Cornisas para ventanas......
Cornisas dobles................
Copas de cartn Dixie, 60 en caja.
Copas de cartn Dixie, 50 en caja.
Juegos de cubiertos, 6 personas.. .
en estuche.
Juegos de cubiertos, 6 personas. ..
en estuche.
3.47
3.98
4.19
0.99
1.19
1.39
0.89
1.19
4.19
0.15
0.19
0.21
0.29
0.49
0.79
1.29
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.79
0.45
0.45
0.25
0.25
1.29
3.99
3.25
0.39
0.78
0.39
0.49
9.49
21.50
ARTCULOS PARA COCINA
Cucharas grandes ................... 0.34
abierta*............ 0.34
" para frer huevos............ 0.34
Esptulas .......................... 0.29
Majadores de papas.................. 0.29
Cucharones de sopas................. 0.34
Batidores .......................... 0.49
Afiladores de cuchillos................ 0.29
Abridores de lata.................... 0.19
Abridores de lata.................... 0.19
Coladores con mangos............... 0.29
Coladores de t.................------. 0.25
Cuchillos pequeos para frutas......... 0.29
Cuchillos para cocina................ 0.79
Cuchillos para cocina.....'........... 0.85
Juegos de cuchillos, 4 pzas., pequeos.. 2.95
Juegos de cuchillos, 4 pzas., grandes. .. 4.98
Cucharas para cafa.................. 0.09
Tenedores ......................... 0.11
Cuchillos para mantequilla Cromium.... 0.75
Punzones con mango de madera........ 0.29
Tirabuzones ........................ 0.49
Rallos de lata pequeos............... 0.15
Rallos de lata medianos............... 0.29
Brillos............................. 0.05
Cepillos para lavar................... 0.19
Aparato exprimidor de ajos............ 2.25
Horquillas para ropa............docena 0.06
Cucharas plsticas largas........ 0.29
Cucharas plsticas pequeas...... 0.19
Tenedores plsticos pequeo*..... 0.19
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Exprimidores
de
NARANJAS
0.59
BOTIQUINES
Esmaltados
4.95
ZAPATOS
para BABY
7.29
PONCHERAS. CON 12 COPAS.............. 8.95
ESCURRIDORES ENCAUCHADOS........... 1.59
SARTENES DE VIDRIO................... 1.19
CUBRE VESTIDOS EN PLSTICO........... 2.95
BOMBONERAS DE CRISTAL CORTADO ..... 0.95
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mena nutricin
Un servicio dd Instituto de Nvtmt C Amrica fmtmi
Protenas: Sus requerimientos
Qu cantidad de proteirta ne-
cesita tina persona o cul s U
minimi cantidad que puede a-
sdguraf la salud y el vigor? La
rttepuesta a estas preguntas la
sido muy discutida porque nay
one considerar la calidad de la
pfoteirJa como tambin denur
l criterio sobre qu es salua >'
Vigor.
El concepto que se tenia an-
tigua mente de que las dictas
con alias cantidades de proiei-
n eran dainas est aora
deshechado a pesar que aun
hay mfceha disensin contradic-
toria n la literatura clflitlILra
Un grupo de fisilogos descaes
d muhas experiencias con su-
jetos anos y Jvenes llegaron
a la conclusin (fue la cantuse
d 40 a 50 gramos de proteina
diarios pueden conservar al in-
dividu con salud y vigor:
Sin embarga para que el
hombre pueda mantener esc vi-*
gor con una resistencia maxima
las enfermedades se le reco-
mienda ingerir cantidades libe-
rales de protenas de buena ca-
lidad. Se entiende por eanl.o*d
hberal, una eantldad que sobre-
pase la cantidad rcqueiioA:
por calidad. qu sea de alto va-
ler nutritivo la proteina o la
mezcla de proteina. Para un
individuo adulto normal se con-
sidera como cantidad recomen-
dada un gramo de proteina alu-
no por cada kilo de peso.
Durante la infancia y la ni-
ez los requerimientos de >o-
teinas son relativamente mucho
ms altos en relacin I P<-
so; recomendndose" de 3 H
gramos dtJ protema diarios pa-
ra cada kilo d peso. ESo s
explica cuando se considera u
para el crecimiento rtarmal
gran parte da proteina es rete-
nida pira la formacin de ie-
Jktos.
Los requerimiento de protei-
na durante el embarazo rto es-
tn definitivamente estableci-
dos pero deben aumentarte r
tina cantidad adicional pueo
que durante ste periodo hay e-
vtdenla de qne ia madre utili-
za en an organismo proteina pa-
ra los requerimientos del luluro
nio El Consejo de Nutricin
del Comit Nacional de Inves-
tigacin ha recomendado 'J ia dieta d la madre debe con-
tener 85 gramo de proteina co-
rante la segunda mitad del em-
barazo.
En Penonom se conmemor el
fallecimiento del Ex-Pdte.
Doctor Ramn M. Valds
- CRUCIGRAMA -
To"
PBJIONOME, Jortio 3 (COif*-,
uma*\> Ante <1 bronce ,we
perpeta la memoria del egre-
gio ex-Pre-idcntc de la Rcpuoli-
ca Dr. Ramn U. Valds iiuolro
ljo de te pueblo, Pnoncn.e
conmemor hot de manera so-
lemne el 33 aniversario de su a-
lecimlento. La escoela Simen
Cont y gran cantidad de perO-
r-.as entre ia* cuales contaban a-
mlgos personales deleatlnto ifc>
Piesldente, se congregaron ac-
If i busto dl magistrado c,tt
"venero la justicia defendiendo
.ni opresin n la ley". El H
verendo presbtero don Joait
Sergio Lopez Cuervo, eura p-
rroco de Penonom y vicario ta
Cocl cant uli responso y ex-
hort A la niez penonmeft* t.
imitar las virtudes de su pre-
claro coterrneo. Hlo el paire
LtJz d manera admirable el
elogio sencillo del a-Presldcn-
te Dr. Valds y animismo Ji:j
cue Penenomd era ufl pueL.10
iuatr. noble y culto.
La directora de la escuela v-
mn Cont doa Cllhda T4*
jen-a de moreno pronuncio p.c-
c/oslslmo discurso n homenaje
9 la obra de talds concluyen*
Desde hace ocho das no funciona
la Planta Elctrica de Chepo
60 eon las admirables palati**
que dijo km Narciso GarAy an-
te la tumba del Doctor Va.ds
en el momento de ser entrega-
dos sus despojos al regazo de le
tierra
La escuela Simen Cont cj-
loc en el pedestal una linda
corona d iteres penonomtuas
a la cual estaba adherida una
tarjeta eon un bello pensamiej-
io homenaje a la memoria del
r. Ramn Maximiliano Valds.
La banda de msicos que ui-
rt%t el maestro Mximo Cario
Vaster y que es ya una reali-
dad toc sentidas piezas luiv.-
bes y el Himno Nacional a
c incluirse el acto.
Bien est que se congregue IW
rlnez y a la ciudadana pcno.iL-
mea cada tres de junio frente
a ste bronce que exsalta la es-
finge de un penonomeo Musir,
d u panameo ejemplar. l:art
tengamos, penoflomeos, nues-
tras tradiciones de pueblo cul-
ta para hacernos acreedores h
as expresiones del Dr. Julio J,
Fbrega en telegrama a mi padre
donde l dijo que Penonom* era
depositario en el Istmo de .fluy
hidalgas tradiciones castellanas.
CHEPO. Junio 9 fCorrespoii-
tal) Van ocho das de e&nr
ei pueblo a oscuras debido a Jes
.rfeito debido a ia planta elc-
trica, sin que al mal se le cn-
rientr solucin apesar de loa
esfuerzos que se hacen por cj-
regir los desperfectos, ocasio-
nando con esto prdidas al co-
mercio y horas propicias pra
sus atracos a lo malhecho, es
que cargan con todo lo que *e
encuentra a au paso.
Sern dedicados a construir
edificios modernos para las
escuelas de la Repblica
As manifest ayer el
la ciudad
Ministro eje Educacin
de Penonom
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Reina gran entusiasmo por la
fiesta de San Juan Bautista
en la ciudad de Aguadulce
AQUADULCB Junio S (CorrvS-
r.onsalj Reina gran entusias-
mo celebracin fiestas patrona-
les San Juan Bautista qu se.
hevarn a cabo del 33 al 27 pr-
sente mes
Prestigiarn estas KstividaN
6 loa populares hombres in-
dustriales de sta localidad oo-
mo abanderados, lo Wen cono-
cidos seores: Roberto F Chiari,
Marcel Pens y el popular a*nli
go Jorge Dawson. Amenizaran,
dichas festividades la famosa
orquesta d Armando Boza.
Mayordomos de la capital, so-
licitamos tu concurso cuanto
r.ntes para el xito de nuestra
fiesta. nvlndonos tu respect'-
va cuota.
HORIZONTALES:
1Dicen.
?Para medir el tiempo.
9Oxido df clelo.
12Distrado.
13jornada.
14-R
lemuevo la tierra con el
- arado.
15 Daina.
17Madera preciosa. Pl.
18rbol leguminoso.
20Trampa.
21Materia plstica.
21Fruto fie la anona.
27Circulo o redondel.
2gMarchar.
2gDesage de las embarca-
clones.
JOCaso de pronombre,
tiHar acusacin.
S3Cuatro, en nmeros
romano*.
>4Que no es transparente.
36Amarra.
17Animal con plumas.
38Panilla callejera.
9Que tienen educacin.
4i_Dcl verbo omitir. Inv.
43Isla del Norte del Pacifico
44Cuerpo de vestido de mujer.
48Plantas de adorno.
48Alga filamentosa.
SOFlor blanca.
82Clera, enfado.
63Nosotros.
84Recibidores.
65Bebida alcohlica.
7Drama musical.
8Cesto cubano da mimbre.
9 Chitaron para portar balas.
10Igual al 14 horizontal.
11Articul. P.
1Departamento del Peru.
18Pato.
20Del verbo atesar.
21Animales muy veloces.
22Torta antillana de maz.
23Cantn d Suiza, Inv.
ibAceituna.
26Embarcaciones.
29-'Tacanos. ates.
31Del verbo acatar.
32Igual al 43 horizontal.
35 Que carecen d acento.
37Alegar, argir.
39Imita, remeda.
40Amarre.
42Baile tpico canario, Pl.
44Preposicin.
45 Desinencia de los quebrados
46Dios mahometano.
47Remuevo la tierra con el
arado.
48Apcope de santo.
51Pronombre personal.
Se reanuda la campaa de
DDT en ia Prov. de Chiriqu
DAVID, Junio 5 (Correspon-
sal) La reanudacin de la
eampaa del riegue del DDT en
toda la provincia complace so-
bremanera, ya que su paraliza-
cin habia ctusado los esn-i-
auientes perjuicios en las dife-
rentes comunidades, con el au-
mento d moscas y zancudo* en
cantidades mortificantes.
El Departamento correspon-
diente constar del equipo y
material suficiente para que es-
ta campaa cabra toda la pro-
vincia, segn In formaciones qt:i
M nos han suministrado al rs-
pctd.
Digno de aplauso se cor.i^e-
r^n las medidas adoptadas pvr
1 Ministerio de Previsin Soclc!
a cargo del Ingeniero don Juan
Oallndo. en pro de la higiene y
alubrldad pblicas.
L'nas pocas gotas de Vick
Va-tro-nol en esas fosa
nasal;v usted puede r tirar otra ves! Alivian la
rntacin, aflojan la mucSi'
dad, desinflaman suave-
mente las membranas hm-
chadas.
vick VATRO NOL
OtA NASAUt Bl PO*li MKTO
VERTICALES:
1Dinero, familiarmente.
2Distrado.
3Cuerpo de arquitectura.
4Confusin, revuelta.
8 Letra griega,
NOta musical.
DIID*! iMli' Itlf.lMM
-DBH BUR fJHlUJ
La comprobada eficacia del Anut-*
LISTSRIE impidiendo infeccionen, padadmitn-
tat, rurte retfriadoa j dolores de garganta, ha
hecho que se I* Dan* el "AfflifO Fiel de la Familia !
'Dolores de Espalda,
Nervioso y Moros
en las Coyunturas.
El eurpo humano M daahaca al
axeeao d. cldoi y dJHrle T^-
noaoa * la anra, por ir.adlf < *
nueva millonea d. dimlnutoa tuboa o
Mtro. d. lo. rlSonaa. I "J*?n?
4. loa rlSooaa Ja. tajll .*
aufrlr ron levantada. norlurnaJ.," .
ATUSA A CMAI US COttAOV-
tAl WIMABVaAS V IASOUOS
Fl Ariipi>" iiriaaiNa t% an
ni io atraa m a/teta
iCMSi
vio.ldad, dolorea da plernaa. olaraa,
lumbago, loloraa da la coyuntera,
r-Mtt o trflor an loa consueto, 4-
. ov'iintura.
jiduetoe, Sa-
,_ildad da aatlmuuuit
'^^ut!Ctt."-er,r u.
renenoa con la reeela medie* llamad*
Cvataa. qh a un diurtico aatlmu-
SU V rlSon. y taiiathji rj
la Irritacin funi-lonal d* I T*"fm
*-\B urlnanaa en aatado da actdea
*** aailafararA a uaud coaapUU-
m'nt y aera la madiclna ua uatM
aacaaita. Pida Cyataa hoy mame
an an far'
macla t
Toril.
bido a la nac
^ ..Cyitex
ALIVIA SI MC010S, US IIOIIA
neo i imaiNi. no coafortaaM y
aiiT*. da aa al na aaranllow-
i rtpiataaamai
combat ios aisniADOS.. la
rrueba rcalitadat duranta et de I ?
ido*, aqufllrrt qae ataroa el Aral*
ptico LimaiNl doi vei al da,
tuvittoa Bwnm reifnadot'
PASA Ul AtltNTO .... U pnenea
h.binial a hacer aenjarat con el
Amitaptico LisTSaDM le aaAjata a
til aa elieaeo paro iraaco.. coo-
muran el aeiaaradaM* *Me en a
boca debido ala la aM an ria da
reiidaoa aliiararidcn.
&f&* LISTERINE
Qaboree ^
UHATA1A mmiaosocHocoL*1*
, rJBni everrEtVdv
l<5

r*OviNClA
AaM Serrara
AMea-ad* Satrara
0t fOKTS aar! Sh>u
PBNONOKtt, Junio s (CorraB-
ponsali Fu hoy husped dis-
tinguido de Fenonom el ae si-
Ministro de Educacin Nacional
Ingeniero Ricardo J. Bermdez
Alemn, quien vino a la ciudad
acompaado del Secretario del
Ministerio Licenciado Carlos I-
vn Ziga y de Don Arturo T-
liueca.
El Ministro y tu* acompaan-
tes visitaron loe edificios ocupa-
dos por el primer ciclo secun-
dario de Penonom donde fue-
ron atendidos por la Sra. Dlre:-
tora Doa llanca Caries ue
Kravcio y ei Cuerpo de pro/eso-
res.
El Ministro Hermdez y el Se-
cretarlo Ziga constataion
personalmente el estado nilnjoo
del diflclo dl ciclo y a pea**'
e la breve vilta hicieron tiem-
po tara conocer los terrenos
donde se levantar. Dios quiea
c.ue en fecha prxima, el nutvo
ciclo secundario d Penonom*
Manifestaron los altos funcio-
narlos de educacin qu lucha-
rn por incluir en el Presupues-
to nacional la suma de siete
millones de balboas para edifi-
cios escolar-, esperndose atjui
qu de all se saqu la partida
para a construccin del ciclo
con todas la* comodidades mo-
dernas.
L* seofa d Kravcio y lo* o-
uo* profesores invitaron a al-
morzar al Ministro Bermdez al
Secretarlo Ziga y al seor
Illueca y luego los funciona: los
dr educacin charlaron un rato
con los seores inspectores Ue
educacin de Cocl. Manlfcato
I Ministro Bermde* quo inter-
pretaba admirablemente los &*-
}.eos del pueblo penonomeo en
a construccin de au ciclo le>
cundarlo. S advierte en l Mi-
nistro Bermdez y en el Secre-
tario Ziga sincera deseo i
srvir y afn por solucionar de-
bidamente los problemas de c-
duc acin
Loa dos brillantes intelectua-
les dejaron Penonom como a
las S d la tarde para Ir a Las Ta
bias donO-e los esperan otros
problemsts inrrerenter a sns car-
pos y maana estarn en la R3f ,
nial de Santiago de Veraguas; a^ilirSLf.
para conmemorar un aniversa-
rio ms oe la fundacin de la
,'amosa institucin-
NORMAS
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ceirse a ia* atas desaSui***-
das ora-as fariodistica*. Dates
enviar al periodic* la* tsunU
t noticias ms interesaatce
afaetcB I camunidad Ka
lato se trata de na* oaarta-
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campanas nnlitlcas.
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MARTES, JUNIO 5, 1951
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Informo fiara cam seccin se reciben en la
tocia i
tu
accin
Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
tMtfgSte -ll* ORAS: t 00 WiH a.a. Atinad. 134
CMkUU em ti tl
Lot miembro* del Honorable
Cuerpo Diplomtico acrediUoo
ante- nuestro Gobierno y toa
distinguida esposas, of recle rur.
ayer un cocktail en el Club de
Oolf, para despedir al Coman-
dante General de la* Fuerzas
de lot Catados unidos en el c_-
ribe, Mayor General Ray E. Por-
ter y Sra.. quienes signen iury
para Washington.
Cam ida M l Panam
S. E- el mbsjador de Esp-fia
y la condesa de RAbtgo. ofre-
cieron el domingo una comida
en 1 Hotel El Panam, a la
cual asisti un grupo de tut u-
mlftades.
Recepcin tn la Logact Bri-
tnica
En conmemoracin del eum-
lanos de su Majestad 1 ey
frge VI, el Encargado de :>-
t.eeds de Gran Bretaa. Seisor
Alee Hernann ofrecer uta
thampanada en la sede de li
legacin a los oficiala* del Go-
bierno de Panam y jefes civile i
y militares de la Zona del Ca-
nal, el da jueves 1 de Junio, a
las USO a.m.
En la tarde del mismo dia e!
seor Hernann y Sra- ofrecar^n
un cocktail los subditos brUV
nlcos residentes en Panam.
Alinaene
Para agasajar a las damas
eje forman la Directiva sallen-
te del Club Interamerlcano de
Mujeres, de Panam, del aio
1850-1151. la Sra. Aid* A. de
Nftei ofreci hoy un almutizc
en su residencia.
Agasaja
En honor de la seora EJ'.U*
P- de Arias, Presidenta de Us
'Damas Guadalupanas, las da-
mas de dicha asociacin one-
cieron hoy un almierzo en ia e-
sidencia de la Sra. Lupe de A>
faro en Bella Vista.
De lt Rttadts laida*
Saludamos al Seor caniuo
Suelquejeu. quien refred Ct
ueva York por la va area.
Despus de haber pasado fatal
temporada en los Estado Uni-
dos, te encuentra de nuevo en-
tre nosotros el Dr. Agustn A-
ranfA N. Lo saludamos.
De Casta Rica
Grata estada le deseamos al
seor John Keith y teera,
quienes se encuentran pasando
vatios das en Panam, huspe-
des del sef.or Juan Francisco A
ras y seora Anita V. de Am;.
Para toa Estadas Unidas
Despedimos al Seor There
Korch, quien sigue hoy para
Nueva York en viaje de nego-
cios.
Aniversario de matrimonio
Celebran en esta fecha e! a-
niveryario de Su matrimonio el
seor Luis Tern y Sra EteM-
i a de Tern- Los felicitamos
ltvgS&>
Vista del Mar
Calle If no. i
Dtamej del Oran Baratillo .. frecome*:
Una cLnea f/iiei/a u Completa
de loa iltlraot modelts de
VESTIDOS
de Vestir, de Algodn
t JOYERA on colores
para hacer juego con
Carteras y Zapato*.
ZAPATOS
ltima novedad.
PEDAL PUSHERS
UNIFORMES
PARA EMPLEADAS
Advenhataatts
Nuestras congratulaciones p.t-
ra el seor Vctor de la Qua dia
y Sra. Viola A. de de la Guar-
dia, por el feliz arribo de un
varoncito, ocurrido en la CIi.il-
ca San Fernando.
Un varlnclto. nacido ayer en
tJ Hospital Panama, alegra el
J*r del Seor Domingo de O-
baldia y Sra. Doria K. de de O-
oaJdia. Loa felicitamos cordial-
mente.
Bautito
con el nombre de Alberto, re-
clWf 2." a*9 A*u* Lustra-o*
tu la Iglesia cristo Rey, el p:.-
wognlto del seor Alberto Alt-
A:emn. Pueron sus padrinos h
Srta. Tanta Zubieta Arias y ai
feor Rafael Alemn z ror'iiu-
umo* votos por la felicidad ae!
nuevo cristiano.
Cumpleaos da Roy
Sra. Ana Lula L. de Morale1)
Ira- ".J? B d Arango
Sra. Emilia o. de Brin
Sra. Btervlna S. de Tern
Srta. Judith Angulzola
nio catita Castro Pbrega '
na Julia Tereslta Mndez Ch.
nio Fernando Arango Gas-
te azoro
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra Betty E. de Guardia
8ra. Alicia M. d Mouynes
Sra. Elosa C. de Daz
Srta. Ana Mercedes Quintero
Srta. Mem Latorraca
Srta. Dorita Azcrraga
Mullir B"trl2 Que'Ouejei
Advenimiento
jyygtA left<>r* Nar-
a au..V- Je.M?kray y 1 eor
Arthur M. Mokray por el adve-
nimiento de un robusto nio
acaecido en el Hospital Gorgaa
tn das pasados. Nuestras feli-
citaciones para el feliz matri-
monio y un cmulo de bien-
andanzas al nuevo vastago le
deseamos. El nio rairxmder
ai nombre de su padre.
Advenimiento
Se encuentra de plceme* el
hogar del seor Pablo Prieto
i Jr. y sefipr Maria Aragn de
Prieto por el advenimiento de
jun precioso nlflito que respon-
der al nombre de Pablo Prie-
to III. Por tal motivo noa pa*
Cadete Octavio Fbrega Jr.
seamot Que celebro muchos
ms.
.......... ------------1
i GRADUADA
'- -
PAGINA CINCO,
GRADUADA
De ntevo entre nosotros
Desde el sbado se encuen-
tran en esta ciudad Austreberto
Paredes y seora doa Nuncia
Coluvhe de Pared3. Para ellos
nuestros saludos de bienvenida.
Esta noene regresa de los Es-
tados Unidos de Amrica el jo-
ven Cadete Octavio Fabrega Jr.,
quien acaba de concluir el curso
de este ao en Riverside Mili-
tary Academy, Oalnsville, Qeor-
Sla, con brillantes calificaciones.
os complacemos en saludar al
Cadete Pbrega y en desearle
una grata permanencia en su
Patria.
ce felicitarlos.
Cambio de residencia
El seor Jaime de la Guar-
dia Jr. y seora Rose Marie
Porras de de la Guardia, se
han trasladado para su resi-
dencia en la Calle 43 No. 40,
en donde ae ponen a las r-
denes de sus amistades.
Psame
En la tarde del sbado 2, de
juno del presente, dej de exis-
tir la estimada seora Julia Or-
linl de Salazar. (q.d.D.g.).
Enviamos nuestro sentido p-
same a sus familiares, especial-
mente a su esposo don Fausto
Salazar y a sus hijos Orltea
Salazar de Fasano, Humberto
Fasano. Ricardo Salazar y se-
ora y Paulino Salazar
Nia Eyda E. Molina F.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITO BERTONC1N1
Te!. 431 Aptdo. 1004
mm^mm
da/os riqusimo* pudines qua se
Z ?J? pueden preparar en un aani'tmmn...
Va Jt las artf Itcht,
at cecinan unas 5 minuta. 11st t lodo I
Congratulaciones
El dia tre* de los corrientes
se vio muy felicitada por su*
amistades la seorita Zita de
Obalda de Stanziola, esposa del
seor Antonio Stanziola Emilia-
ni. A las muchas congratula-
ciones que haya recibido con
tal motivo, unimos las nuestras
muy cordiales.
Sum el dia tres un ao ms i
de vida el nio Gustavo Enri-
te J.oi-ibardo. hijo del hogar
de don Edgardo A. Lombardo y1
seora. Lo fellcltamot y le de-
PARA LAS
a NOVIAS
^ DE JUNIO
-AVISO-
La Contraloria General dt la Repblica hace saber
nuevamente a todos los interesados que las entregas de
equipo o materiales' a las dependencias del Gobierno,
antes do expedirse y aprobarte las ordenas de compra,
no comprometen al Tesoro Nacional y que las cuentas
respectivas ss rechazarn de no haberse cumplido el
requisito previo.
CONTRALOR GENERAL
Panama, S do Junio de 1951.
La inteligente nia Margarita
Vsquez Bayo, hija del seor
don Erasmo Vsquez y seora
Rosario Bayo de Vsquez, suma
maana mircoles un ao ms
de vida.
Vayan para Margarita nues-
tras felicitaciones y nuestros
votos porque disfrute de todo
gnero de felicidades.
Tambin cumple aos ma-
ana mircoles la nia Isis Vic-
toria Tejeira. hija de don Gil
Blas Tejeira y doa Matilde de
Tejeira.
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
HOY
HOZ MARTES
El Hijo Perdido
Dramatlzaclon, cortesa
de Avena Quaker
La Vos Emocional dt
Betty Williamson
Noticiero "Perrtra"
Cort. Calzados Partir
Dedicatorias
Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Vidas
La Cancionera
Sentimental
con Kerlma Oalstica
El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzaclon RPA
Sus Canciones Preferidas
con Flavlo Garca,
acompaa Lucho Muoz
Cort. Floristera Valvn
Lucho Azcrraga
y M rgano
Cort. Ron Carta Vieja
Pginas de Amor
Cortesa Cigarrillos Camel
Paginas de Amor
dramatlzaclon cortesa de
El guila Imperial
Serenata de la Americas
con Solis y Gmez
Genoveva
dramatlzaclon, cortesa de
Almacenes Le Aurora
Noticiero RPA
Mxico y su msica
Favoritos norteamericanos
Acordes porteo*
Grandes artista*
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Versos Para Ti
con Catn Vsquez
Variedad musical
Cancionero nocturnal
Msica sin palabras
Buenas noches
Himno nacional
Felicitamos muy cordialmen-
te a la seorita Glorela Rosas
con rnolvo de su raduacin
de Balboa High School. Asimis-
mo hacemos llegar nuestras
'.'oneratulaetones a sus padres
el seor Ildefonso Rosas J. y
Margarita L. de Rosas.
P.M.
3:30
.3:45
4:00
4:13
8:00
0:15
6:30
0:45
7:00
7:30
7:30
7:45
1:0*
8:15
8:30
8:45
9:00
9.15
p an
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
AQUILINO TEJEIRA F.
se complace en agradecer los mensajes He
felicitacin que ha recibido con motivo de
su reciente nombramiento para el cargo de
Gobernador de la Provincia de Coclc.
Peiionom. Junio de 1951.
MAAANA MIRCOLES
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6.30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del dia
9:$0 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La novela matinal
El Molino Silencioso
dramatlzaclon
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
12:15 Noticiero "Sparton"
H:30 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Cort. Pinturas Pabco
La recela
es infalible,
si interviene
ROYAL
Engalanamos nuestras pgi-
nas con la fotografa de la se-
orita Rosle Alvarado Alfrette.
Suien se grada esta noche del
alboa High School. Felicitamos
a la seorita Alfrette por ha-
ber coronado exitosamente sus
esluerzos y hacemos stas ex-
tensivas a sus orgullosos padres,
don Jos Antonio Alvarado A.
y doa Lina A. de Alvarado.
En la solemne ceremonia rio
graduacin que tiene lugar -
ta noche las ocho en el Tea~i
tro de Balboa, recibe su Diplo-
ma del High School de Balboa,
la seorita Briselda Alicia Ja-
cinto, hija de don Daniel .la-
cinto Fuentes y su esposa do-
a Adriana de Jacinto Fuentes,
a quienes extendemos las sin-
ceras felicitar Iones que presen-
tamos a su gentil y simptica,
hija.
t _
En r*eetlerf* significa
muchsimo la calidad
de los ingredientes...
i usted emplea Je
mejor, tiene asegura-
do el xito. Por ese
en polvo* de hornear
debe preferir el Polvo
de Hornear Royal...
famoso en todo el
mundo por su alta
calidad.
BOYAL
QoMuh
iMcuSiti de am<,
COAAODOS*ELEGANTES LIVIANOS
m/tuc aela,, MU* U yut ul
Ufil awf u\c-
gQI d>^ / 22 ~ "t<6UAl
1 Al CONTADO A PLAZOS *OR CLUfl
MUEBLERiq
AVE.CErtTRAlYCAllE2iE.-ieTELS.2-.830
i Y Z"'OSO
SEGUNDO PISO
HE"*
estn desempacando
o Potes de pared.................. 0.80
o Tinacos en colores, con pedal,
para cocina .................... 7.50
o Escurridor de platos en co-
lores .......................L5, 2.75
o Tapetes redondos de caucho, pa-
ra olla......................... 0.40
o Alfombras de caucho para el ba-
o o la tina...............1.50 y 2.75
o Canasta de alambre forrado en
caucho ...................%M y 0.75
o Maletas Inoxidables con departa-
mento para llevar Implementos
de picnic .......................13.95
o Juego de caja con 12 tamaos de
cuchillos ....................... 0.95
o Juego de caja con 5 tamaos de
cuchillos ....................... S.25
Barbecues de hierro ............10.50
Juego de 3 piezas, cuchillo y
triache para cortar pavo........ 1.75
t Cuclhlios. cucharas, tenedores de
acero Inoxidable por piezas suel-
ta*, desde ...................... 0.30
o Juego de plstico de 8
vasos y jarra en colorea.. 1.40
o Sofa de metal con es-
prines mecedor .........40.80
o Sillas mecedoras y para-
das de metal............11-90
o Juegos de sbanas con 2
fundas, puro hilo borda-
do a mano. Precio espe-
cial ....................*H *
o Juego de 2 fundas.......0.75
COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5' AVENIDA
ABIEBTO de a 12:30 v dt 2 a 0.
DESCUENTO ESPECIAL
A |- o/ SOLAMENTE
9m%' PARA EL
l ll MES DE
V JUNIO
En todos los
LBUMES
de DISCOS
COLUMBIA
(Corriente 78) ..V:&
Populare Semi-Gsicos Clsicos
Cyrno; para Regalos Ca. (yrnos, S.A.
Ave. Tivoli No. 10.
Ave. J. F. de la Osta No. 1
Ms elegantes?
Nlnfn mal, o ninfas prteit
hac lo uoi mi oltttntt* qu CUTIX
Superior porqo contiene "eatmelon", out
hace perdurir el brillo morho tiempo. No
e irirn. deiprend ni dcKOlora.
NIEVO-Lpl labi.l
t.ulrx-lino. IU1TF. per.
dnrsbl*. Ea aiitieo
que combinan rmonio-
umenle con el esmalte
Cote pra (ni nftaa.
El esmalte par uas ms popular riel mundo.
APRIETE EL FRASCO Y.
rociese'con EL
ATOMIZADOR
ODO-RO-NO
Evita el olor del sudor instantneamente
l.o mal nuevo y nnu ionjl! El
frarro pUnliro azul en que tima el
nuevo ATOMIZADOR DESODO-
RANTE ODO-RO-NO. tt fleiible.
y ai apretarlo con loi dadoa tarta
a mado de roco el ma moderno r
eficaz le los desodorante!.
IAPIH7 -El olor del tudor deiaparera
instantneamente. Protege 24 hora*
... Uetiene ti sudor, sin peligro.
MSfEUlV* -\ irrita la piel normal,
selo a diario. ,\o daa la ropa.
ECONOMA Centenares de atomizaciones
de cada pomo. Dura y dura.
CINVEN1ENCU-El nuevo pomo plstico
azul, ni te rompe ni (otea.
ATOMIZADOR
ODO-RO-NO
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tL PANAMA .MERtf'A DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, JUNIO 5, 1551
NO hay mejor Va para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
IS palabras.
3* por tao
palabra adicional.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas_____
APROVECHE:Pinturas y esr.taltes
extro brillantes o pruebo el moha.
5 3.23 oo'"- Almoeenes Tropidu-
SI VINOINtClee, tusara Mr,
acare acanelado. fia-Tes learln
aialada para cil*a MM*> mae-
ras, livmino. eaciisauts. *
las prettei mis a.o a plaza.
AGENCIAS GLSALES. Via Isaa-
a. leo o na"o a Juea fraaca. Tal.
3-1563_____ _____
endarrcs sceso usodos e henequn..
CA Ov'LCIDIO GONZALEZ N..
S. A abriea de Mosaicos. Avt.
C-jbo No. 8.
Vndeme v cortomos vidrios da to-
do* tomnos CA. DULCIDIO
GONZAIZ N S. A. Fabrico de
Mosoicoj. Ave Cubo No. 8.
Jor fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plstico, ceg de todo contra to-
do. CIA DULCiCIO GONZALEZ
N., S. A Fabrico de Moiuicos
Ave Cubo Nj. 8. '
sikvicio i.r.wis
A*S. Ti tall Na 4
TaL t-mi
KIOSKO OK I.1.SSCF
tirana Se I
raaasai
NOVEDADiS MURRISON
a.. 4 da laSa
Tal -a4l
BOTICA CARLTON
Ata. MaUaSaa t.ita
Tai ZUCoUa.
SALON OE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla U Oeste Na- U
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Carta Na ranaata
ata Central 12-17 Calar
SE-VENDE
Bienes Raicea
CA. DI LIFIVM Tel. 2-3312
VNDI LOTIS
Pafla inicial mnima 1.100.00
M.niual i. 15.00
a Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
la Ciudad desde 8.1.00 el metro.
a Alquilamos equipo pasado para
movimiento de tierra.
a Alquilarnos lotes a lories plazos.
a Club de "totes. B.3.00 y B.4.00
semanales.
SE VENCE:300"acciones Cemento
Foria.T.. Llame Tel. 3-2243. 12-2
p. m. 6-8. p. m.
'SE .VENDE;Panadera "La Luna".
Btjtn contrato, caso, buenas con-
diciones venta. Tel. 2-3869. Calle
5a No. 34-A Apto: 10. Jorge
A'tlionaseodis, de 12:30 p. m. ode-
lonte.
SE VENDE:Un Display y un'calen-
todoi en el resteurante La Mrlagro-
,so. calle 26 Oer.t No. 70. Pre-
- gur.tf. por Rafael Stonziola.
Acobomos de recibir cemer.to blan-
co paro la vento. CIA OS NOAIf-
6. S A. Pasadena. No. 15, Tel
3-026C. -___________' ..
SE VENDE; Por motivo de vieja,
muebles borotps. Vio Espaa No.
63 trente Jucn Franco, telfono
3-1138. ,->_________ _
SE VENDE." Maquino de escribir
Underwood No. 5, Standard, B.
60.C0. Calle I No. 1.6. Apto. 4 l.
''to,
Avisarr.oivo los avicuitore:, que a lle-
gado un embarque surt.do de los
insuperables olimentos Full O-Pep.
Los precios cualquier dase son les
siguiente*-, sacos d 100 lbs. B.6.
75 socos de 50 lbs. B.3.40; socos
de 25 1bs. B.1.75. El Molino Crt
lio. Panoni.
, _^..----------,_---------------y*---------------------r
S- VLNDE: -- Miqu,no. calculadora
"Brunsvigo" Dcbl* )3Z'con ins-
trucciones- en castellano, especio!
paro Ingenieros y Agrimemcres.
Precio B: 100.00/ Solicite informes
"POrtRAJ?' PIV 5 de Moyo.
S VEND:
Motocicleta-
SE. VENDE: Coso de modera en
Chorrera. Instalacin elctrico B,
400.00. Ocurro calle 19 Centrcl
.No 4. cuorto 23. arribo Ponami.
GANGAS. Porque Lefevre. Calle 9a.,
Chalet de 2 recmaras.. 2 baos,
sola y comedor, cuarto de servicio,
piscina. S.10.000.00. facilidades
da pag. II Valle: Chalet sobre
lela con no, muab'cs, acciones del
acueducto. S.5,500.00. Lotes:
Alloj del Golf, o 1.1.75 M2 y da-
mis yrbonnociones o precios siml-
larmente bajos. Wolff y Co., Ca-
lle 5o.. -22. Tal. 2-2388. .
1
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!SE VENPE;: (ir, intermediarlo).
Lotes en '.'El Cangrejo" cerca del
Hotel y"en alto; letes desde 600
metros en "El Coco" junto Chalet
Chesterfield; lotecitos de B.2.000.
00, en olto, contiguos Co Me 10a.
S>n Francisco. Todos con excelen-
te vecindario. Tarrife n vendo1 ba-
rato- casa omplia Cdn 2,500 me-
r tros terreno-en Via Porras" y coso
rruy bonito en "El Carmen" con
I grondes facilidades de pago, Diri-
f. jase Ma Porras No. 66, telfono
' 3-2407.
V 1506 ms 1506 ms 1506 ms
s .
11
k a i Las hablan Cifras por s mismas
i i r1 el mes pasado EL PANAMA AMERICA vendi 3824 avisos clasificados, cifra no igualada por los d.-ms diarios de la ciudad que, combinados, vendieron solamente 2318.
SJ s 1
Q
9
r
;t
o
o\
s
I
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1506 ms 1506 ms 1506 ms
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE VENDE
Autumviles
SE VENDE:Oldsmobile 42. B.375.
00. Puede financiarse Seor Vilar,
Pcnami Amrica.
SE VENDE ;_Buick Sedcnette 1941.
Buenas condiciones. B.350.00. Fa-
cilidades pago. Verlo Calle 44 No.
30, Tel. 3-2969.

SE VENDE:Motocicleta Husgvarno.
muy buVia jlransportown! Precio
de ganga' rVibtivo vioje. Informes
Colla 48 No.-27,.' ____
SE ALQUILA
Cuarto*
_. ,> .
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto trente Parque
Le.'seps. los l|os odeina Boyd
t*-others. Calle L No. 3; lt|,m
piso.
1^

SE NECESITA
General
- ll a
SE NECESITAr--Alquilar chalat de
4 racimara; o-: mis. Preferible en
Vio Espaa o Bella Vis'ta." Llame
telfono-2-C124.
Sf-' NECESITA:--Dependienta blanca
bvisna prese.ici, qur hoble ingls.
Acudo -Quinte Avenida, rogundo
pi:.
NECESITO;Pesa Bscula, platafor-
ma usado, buena condicione;, con
copacidod poro mi! libros. Infor-
mes telfono 2-3178. .
SE, VEftlDE; Gran coso de slido
construccin orueso manipostera
anfiguo V parte hormign armado
y b'cques reiin construido Am-
plio lote de base: 700 M2. 14
apartamentos de 2 piezas, cocina
,y servicios, 13.cuartos. Siampra ol-
' quilodcs y solicitados. Renta bruta:
B.64.00: Mis de B.500.00 nela.
Posicin' CNTRICA. Calle 4a.
Frente al mor. PRECIO: B:60.000.
00 Focili'dads adquisicin, poco
desembols inicial.
Casa de 30 CMOrtos. servicios de con-
cretor mqderrutr. Renta'-bruta: B.
270.00. B. 170. C0 Neta.Esquina
adrnireble futuro comercial. Calle
"S" y Mariano Arosemeno. PRE-
CO: B. 18,000,00. iSe ocepta hi-
poteca.
-
OCURRA:
CINTRAL PI IIINIL RAICIS
Vio Espaa No. 3J, Ciogcnol al
Teotro Bella Vista. Tel. 3-4512.
A'pdd. 2120.
SE VEND: Pontioc aiul oscuro
1950. hidromtico. 4 puertas, Mon-
tos nuevas, bajo milloje. Ilamor 2-
oeeo.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento fresco,
tres recimoros, calle Ricardo
Arias No. 8. i Campo Alegre I. In-
frmese bajes.
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento en ca-
lle 15 Oeste No. 21.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaras en Vista Hermosa. Calle
Francisca Filos No. 6. Informes en
el mismo edificio.
ISE VENDE:Automvil De Soto de
tres asientos, propio para vicie ol
interior. Tel. 2-0091.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento mo-
derno, salo, comedor, 2 recmaros,
cuorto servicio, garage, etc. Calle
4f No.' 3. Llame 3-3338. -
SE .VENDE:Chevrolet 1947 Sedan
negro, cuatro puertas, excelentes
ondiclenes mecnicas. Tel. Al-
brcok 3213. despus 1600.
i . '
Antas da comprar su corro vea ol
Sr. Lobo. El tiene los mejores ca-
rros 'usodos de la plaza. AUTO-
LANDIA, Ave,. 4 de Julio No. 13.
Telfono 2-3185.
1 -------
SE VENDE:Por motivo de vioje.
Buick Super 1949 Dynaflow, en
excelentes condiciones. 2 puertas,
ccor negro, cubre asientos, llan-
tas bloncas, radio, derechos pagos.
$1,500. Llame telfono 3-1975.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos apartamentos
en casa moderna, con uno recma-
ra, sola,' etC. Enfrente Instituto y
en Vid'Espoo No. 5. Informes
jellono 3-1277. ..
SE VENDE
Artculos de aa
SF VENDE: Comedor, B.f30;-es-
tbnta grandt de nio 8.75.00; dos
estantes, cada uno B.55.00. Calle
52 No. 8. Apto. I.
SI Vi N DI:--lita semana Oldsma-
bile 76. 1950, Heliday Coup, hi-
dramitica, radia, seales de direc-
cia, relej, 2a. mina pintura. 7,-
100 millas, $2,600. derechas pe-
tas. Tal. 3-3S07.
SE ALQUILA^Aportomento dos re-
cmaras, sld-edmedor. B.60.00,
entrada Son Francisoo. Llave Ave-
nido Cuba No. 85, telfono 3-
084.1.___________
SE-ALQUILA:Apartamentos de B.
35.00. en calla "Q" No. 25. In-
frmese oficina Julio Quijono, ca-
lle 8a. No. 15. Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Elegante apartamen-
to uno recmara, servicios, cocini-
ta y perch. Informes personal-
mente en Mercado Modelo, calle
29 Este y Justo Arosemeno. No
llame por telfono.
SE VENDE:Juego de comedor casi
nuevo. Calle 37 E Ne. 21. Tel. 3-
0084.
SE NECESITA: Por metivo de en-
sanche y demanda, dos ebanistos,
un barnizador competente. Vio
Belitar.e-.Perras No 130.
SE NECCSITA.Fomiiio americana
\ta un apartamento de des re-
cimoros en Bc-a Vista, ba,os.
Home 2-1C21
Ofrecemos Emoleo
COMO AGENTE VENDEDOR.
peruana capacitada.
Distribuidora Elctrica, SA.
Ave. Ancu y Calle II
SE VENDE:Juego de recmara de
caoba que vale Bi700.00. per lo
mitod de precio. 612-D Cccoii.
- Zona del Canal. Mrs, Blumberg
Te!. 4-116.
SE VENDE: ' Por motivo de vioie.
-muebles baratos Via Espaa No.
163. frente Juon Franco. Te!. 3-
1138.
SE NECESITA
Domestico*
SE NECESITA:Erpleoda. Acuda ,o
calle 47 No. 19.
SE NECESITA:.Empleada seria pa-
. ,ra seivicio, que duerma en el
trabajo. Avenido Manuel Yr.aza
1 8. Campo Alegre. ..
SE ALQUILA:Por un ao, lihdo
apartamento amoblado, con agua
caliente, telfono, garage, cuarto
servicio 2 recmaras, salo comedor,
etc. muy cntrico, barrio residen-
cio!. Ave. Per. Ilomor telfono
3-3215. .
S NECESITA:Cocinera. Calle 46
: No.'45. Bajo;.' izquieida.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro ofi-
cio:, domsticos, debe dormir en
coso. Ocurre ca'le Estudiante No.
77. Apto. 10.
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora Philco
como nuevo. Calle .49 No. 13.
edificio Grecio
SE VENDE :-^Muebles de todo clase
en buen estado. Pora .nformes
ocurro Victoriono Lorenzo No. 10.
Tel. 2-1686.
PERDIDO
75c por una
Refrigeradora
1 otlivia puede td. obteoer
una magnifica
Refinadora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /JC
diarios
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTQK'
Aprureihe rsta oportunidad:
Central 3 ( alidonia
Tel. 2-1 SI
PERDICA;Billetero verde con do-
cumentos. Favcr devolverla. Pau-
letfe Toussieh Guardarse plota
que tena como gratificacin. Cen-
tral 63.
PERDIDO-Perro de cocera, blonco
con neg/o y chocolata, en los alre-
dedores de la fbrica de ce.-r.en-o
Responde al nombre de Tony. In-
ferme al 2-C0J9. H. Rc-dr.guez.
SE ALQUILA
tjwaa
SE NECESITA: Matrimonio solo,
necesilo empleada paro todo.
' Dormir fuera. Poro informes 2do
Perejil 13, Apio. 10.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para cfi-
cio<: generales de caso, no tiene
que dormir en el empleo. Ocurra
a lo casa No. 26 de lo Ave. Ma-
nuel Ycaza en Campo Alegre.
LECCIONES
SEORA:Graduado en Conservoto-
rio Europeo, ensea Piano y Acor-
den Garantiza rpido oprendizo-
je. mtodo ultramoderno, Informes
Tel. 3-3908. Llamar de 8 o 4 p-
Novatos en piano y avanzados, co-
nozco el nuevo fascinonte mtodo
que gorontizc resultados rpidos
Demostrooones gratuitas. Bennett.
Juan B. Sosa Ne 9. Te!. 2-1282
SE ALQUILA:Un chalet, precio m-
dico. Tal. 2-3479.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de dos raci-
maras, barrio residencial de Baila
Vista. Calle Uruguay No. 13. In-
formes Tel. 3-2190. '
SE ALQUIL A :_Chalet de Concreto.
3 recamaras, salo, comedor, 4 clo-
sets, servicio moderno, coema
grande y moderno, garage, patio
careado. Buen vecindario. Pareda
Autobuses 91-A', Belsona Po-
rrea.
Se Necesitan
AGENTES VENDEDORES
Hombres y mujeresTrabajo
remunerado y de porvenir.
"EL GUILA IMPERIAL"
COMTASIA DE SEGUROS
DE VIDA. S. A.
Ave. Central No. 39 Panam
Oficinas 403 y 404
Solamente de 8:00 a 9:00 am.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Motor de barco. 50 ca-
ballos da fuerzo, velocidad despa-
ciosa, morca "Redwing", perfecta
condicin. Aparrado 2857 Crist-
bal.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Moz amarillo a B
4.5C quintal. Fbrica de Molino
Criollo. Panam.
SE ALQUILA
I.orales
-t ALQUILAN.Eackis.imanta pa-
ro otoo? lcela* cntricos an loa
altos da Avenido Central 44 o
precios mdicos Soliciten infor-
macin n Almacene 5 v 10 ean-
'uvos
SE ALQUILsa:Local para oficina.
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALOUILA Piso alto de lo do.
Fiduciaria de Ponom. S. A. con
o sin mobiliario d* oficina. Area
435 metros cuadrados, aire ocon-
dicionodo y central telefnico. Po-
ra informocin acuda al Bonco
Fiduciario.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B'.'-SO
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
enera les
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E *32
Tel S-1713
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
l'SR SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
AVISO
a nuestros clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin Ileso el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera vez bay en
Panam latas de 31 os.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
GRAN VARIEDAD DE
CERRADURAS,
PICAPORTES, y
ALDABAS
"Corbin" y "Yole"
TORNILLOS de
hierro para madera
(Cabeza Chata y Redon-
da; Bronceados y Nique-
lados).
Ricarda A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
TelS. 2-3335 v 2-2988
Se hace advertencia
1 Ministerio pbserv que mu-
chos alumnos no informan re-
glamentariamente la marcha de
su carrera.
! En consecuencia, los estudian-
tes becarios quedan notificados
por medio de sus padres o
representantes legales que el
Ministerio d un plazo de un
mes para informar la consa-
gracin en sus labores estu-
diantiles.
En caso de que no se tienda
este llamado, se darn por res-
cindidos los contratos.
Toda aclaracin puede ser su-
ministrada por la Secretaria del
Ministerio.
Panam, Junio 2 de 1951.
Para que su Casa o Esta-
blecimiento luzca mejor,
pntelo con las famosas pin-
turas fie
Sherwin-WUHams
las mejores del mundo.
Tenemos gran surtido en
Preciosos Colores.
Precios Bajos.
CONSLTENOS PARA
PRESUPUESTOS!
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sosa No. i
Tel. 3-1424
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle IB Este #4 le 2-2609
Romanas 'Detecto'
Todos los Estilos
Esponjas de Brillo
Horquillas
de tender ropa
Machetes 'Collins'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
REFRIGERADORAS
"FRIGIDAIRE"
Precios Especiales
W4*a*e?
Tel 2-2847
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
a La ms antigua,
a La ms acreditada,
a La de mayor stock.
SIKMPRfc A SUS ORlKNtS
Re Abajo 2154re 3-S24.
Almacn Calle T 9*
Tel t-175

Tenemos en existencia;
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 v 2? x V
Calibre 26
Agendas Globales
V.a Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
"Para que Ud. regrese
formul su peticin ponan fue-
ra de mi atencin un hecho
?ue. como ea fcil advertir, a-
ecta de manera sustancial su
caso. Me refiero a las resolu-
ciones proferidas por la Corte
Suprema de Justicia y el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencioso Admi-
nistrativo en orden a las de-
mandas de lncpnstltucionalldad
e Ilegalidad llevadas, respecti-
vamente, ante esos Tribunales.
De talea resoluciones se dedu-
ce la viabilidad del. decreto ley
a cuya virtud fue usted cesado
en la Gerencia de la Caja.
Gobernante constitucional co-
mo soy no puedo Ignorar la
norma de separacin y limita-
cin de las funciones de los r-
ganos del Estado. Usted sostie-
ne que *'fue nombrado para un
periodo de seis aos y este pe-
riodo no se ha vencido" y que,
por lo tanto, puede ser llama-
do a la Gerencia del Seguro
Social "sin necesidad de nuevo
nombramiento". Para proceder
as habra que dar por lnexls-
t e n t e s dos pronunciamientos
expedidos por los tribunales de
Iustlcia en ejercicio de sus a-
tribuclones constitucionales. Me
parece, sinceramente, que no
me pedir usted, a fuer de
amigo, eme Incurra en tal In-
correccin.
En cuanto al nombramiento
del seor Manuel Solis Palma,
cuya Idoneidad reconoce usted
generosamente, no creo que su
inteligencia y vasta experiencia
poltica dejen de hacerle com-
nrender las razones y circuns-
tancias que lo determinaron.
Crame, estimado amigo, que
soy el primero en lamentar que
sus aspiraciones no hayan po-
dido realizarse y acepte que le
renueve el testimonio de mt
amistad sincera y mis deseoa
de serle til en cuanto fuere
posible. ,
Pe Ud. atento servidor y ami-
go,
Alcibiade* Aroaemena,
Gran festival de
campeones de boxeo
habr en Inglaterra
LONDRES. Junio 5 (UP)..
Una multitud de 50 mil perso-
nas se espera asistan al Esta-
dio White City de esta ciudad
Kara presenciar la funcin de
oxeo que el promotor Jack Sa-
lomn ha llamado "Festival de
Campeones." Tres encuentros
estelares han sido fijados. Jack
Gardner campen britnico y
europeo peso completo se en-
frentar al argentina Ceae
Brian.
Don Dockell, campen brit-
nico y europeo semipesado te
medir contra Nicle Uarone,
mientras que en el tercer en-
cuentro estelar pelearn Ran-
dolph Turpin contra Jackie
Keough.
Cada encuentro de estos na
sido fijado a un limite de 10
asaltos.
Rea Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
T ]\ TJfX\l f |Cuatro Grandes Estro
LjKJjK. - JUL^f X Illas cn Sombro Drama
'de Odio y Venganza!,;
.MA-1FS MASON
* STfW>,Rr GRANGER
PHYLLIS CALVERT
MARGARET LOCKWOOD
en
"EL HOMBRE DE GRIS''
(THE MAN IN GREY)
...La posea en cuerpo y alma,
y su nica arma era un terror
hechizante
MAANA!
Una Alegrisima Comedia!
"PAPA por CONVENIENCIA"
(Bachelor's Daughter)
Gall Russell Claire Trevor
Ann Dvorak Adolph Menjou
JUEVES!
'TARDE DE TOROS"
COMUNICADO DEL
BANCO AGRO-PECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
EL Banco Agro-Pecuario e Industrial ha estado recibiendo
urgentes solicitudes telegrficas de arroc de parte de varias m I
I sus Agencias en el interior de la Repblica, que se quejan de la.
I Ran escasez de ese producto y de la alia que est experimentando)
, su precio. \
En vista de me no es posible satisfacer tales solicitudes pon
i no tener el Banco suflcieiite existencia de arroz, la Gerencia quie-,
re manifestar a todos los interesados que el da treinta de Maj
ultimo, es decir, hace cinco das, el Banco recibi un embarque i a
1 aproximadamente nueve mil (9,000) quintales de arroz de los cua-
les soto se han encontrado en los depsitos doscientos 'setenta y
un quintales (271), ya que el resto fu distribuido por los anterio-
res administradores de esta Institucin en tres das (30 y 31 de
Mayo y lo. de Junio), en la siguiente forma:
Ultra Sis Nervios Con
Bastante Hierra
y mujeres
quebrantada nwi le* aue ma
le necesitan
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Gerente del Banco Agro-Pea|^rio e Industrial.|


MRTr*. n'Nio 5. msi
n PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO mDB^ENOIENTI
PAGINA SIR*
Seis Equipos Inician Hoy Sus Compromisos En
El Campeonato Masculino De Basketball Menor
Panamericana vs. Pepsi, Parque
Lefevre-Juniors y Rebeldes-Pelimex
medirn fuerzas en el Gimnasio N
Los Cigarrilleros mantuvieron su invicto
y el Madurito sali de perdedor con sus
respectivos triunfos de anoche en basket
Por ACHET
El Lord Cheater mantuvo su
Invicto y el Madurn entr en
U columna de ganadores con
us respectivos triunfos de a-
noche en la continuacin del
Campeonato Masculino de Bas-
ketball Mayor de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam, donde los
Cigarrilleros le ganaron al Bam
por 65 a 45 y los almacenis-
tas derrotaron al Mauricio por
72 a 48.
. Lord Chester 5, Bam 43
pite fu el primer chpque de
la noche, en el cual los "Ciga-
rrilleros" lograron su cuarto
triunfo sin derrota en esta cam-
paa, para mantenerse a la ca-
beza de la justa. Su triunfo de
anoche no. estuvo nunca en pe-
ligro y dominaron a sus riva-
les con suma facilidad. Los dos
primeros cuartos resultaron
En Coln se decide
boy si habr o no
campeonato de ful
COLON, Junio 5 (B.Q.).Es-
ta noche m el saln de la Li-
ga Provincial de Ftbol, se lle-
var a cabo una reunin con
el fin de dejar sentado de una
vez por todas, si habr tempo-
rada de balompi este ao, y
se ha Informado que de no lle-
gar a un feliz acuerdo con los
representantes de los equipos,
los actuales directores harn
entrega de sus cargos y de lo
que pertenece a la Liga, a la
Alcalda de la localidad.
Asi pues, segn lo informado
por los directores de la Liga, I
esta fecha ser decisiva para
el futuro del balompi colonen-
se y se espera que todos los que
estn interesados en este de-
porte ofrezcan su colaboracin
con el fin de no dejar que su-
cumba este deporte en Coln.
bastante reidos, pero desde el
tercero en adelante los gana-
dores dominaron el partido a su
antojo. Frazer con 18 puntos,
Santos con 16, wyiiams y Tom
con 9 cada uno fueron los me-
jores por los ganadores, mien-
tras que Tito Cells obresclia
por su equipo con 15 puntos.
Madurito 72, Mauricio 48
En este partido que result
movido e interesante en loa pri-
meros cuartos, correspondi al
Madurito lograr su primer
triunfo en la contienda, Impo-
nindose sil rival por la am-
plia anotacin de 72 a 48. En
el. uUimo tiempo los ganado-
res emprendieron una fuerte a-
tropellada para sacar amplia
margen y ganar el partido sin
dificultad. Una magnifica la-
bor de Marcos "Feo" Agullar,
Castorina y Osorlo constituye-
ron el eje central de la victo-
ria del Madurito.
UNA PRUEBA SORPRESIVA
El Clsico Hipdromo Nacio-
nal celebrado ei domingo ulti-
mo resulto una sorpresa para
los burreros que no esperaban
que el ganador fuera el caba-
llo Welsh Loch. Sin embarco
este noble equipo ech por' tie-
rra todas las predicciones y se
impuso sobre Main Road que
fue objeto de una psima mon-
ta de su jinete Reinaldo G-
mez.
En la vista d arriba presen-
tamos a Welsh Loch ganando la
prueba seguido por Main Road
y Dictador.
Abajo d momento en que el
Sr. Daniel Clnigllo reciba de
manos del Gerent. del Hipdro-
mo Nacional. Don Alberto Oba-
rrio el trofeo a que se hizo
acredor por el triunfo de su
pupilo. El victorioso fu guiado
por el jinete Pulido.
Tiene prctica el
equipo de soft de
la Banda del C.B.P.
Por este medio se cita a to-
dos los miembros del equipo de
softball i' la Banda'de Cor-
netas y Tambores del O P. B.
para una importante prctica
que se efectuar maana en
el campo de Santa Rita a las
4:00 p.m.
Social Deportiva
Con atractivos juegos
COntinUa hOV V mna. meritoria; actualmente"est "af-
I i llad 1 Club Deportivo Hlspa-
el torneo de tenis no.
Ayer celebr su cumpleaos
el entusiasta deportista MA-
NUEL FLORES, y aunque tar-
de le enviamos nuestras since-
ras felicitaciones.
"Lombaidlto" es muy conoci-
do y popular especialmente en
el ftbol, donde su actuacin
como masajista es altamente
El Torneo Abierto de Tenis
que se inaugur el pasado do-
mingo, ofrecer Juegos todos os
das de la semana con el si-
guiente calendario:
ESTA TARDE:
E. Pinate vs. E. Gelabert
MAANA
R. Cermelli vi. Snchez
JUEVES
R. Alvarado vs. R. Davison
VIEBNES
R. Youag vs. G. Maduro
Todos estos partidos se desa-
rrollarn en la cancha de la Pis
cia Olmpica comenzando a las'
4 y 30 de la Urde.
Pascual y Spaulding
ganaron en la apertura
del torneo de tenis
Con visible entusiasmo se
inaugur el Torneo Abierto de
Tenis bajo ia direccin de la
Comisin Nacional de este de-
porte, realizndose dos Juegos
en la fech i de apertura con los
siguientes resultados:
V. Pascual le gano a M. Pe-
rera por 8-4 y 6-3: y 8. Spaul-
ding se impuso a M. Chandwlck
por 8-3 y 8-4.
Los dos encuentros resulta-
ron interesantes y satisfacto-
rios.
Movidos encuentros
sigue ofreciendo el
ftbol del Chorrillo
En los interesantes partidos
que ofreci el Circuito Mayor
ael Ftbol del Chorrillo lti-
mamente, el Remn le gan al
Prl por 3 tantos a 1 y Nacional
v Pern empataron a cero tan-
tos.
En el Juego Remn vs. Prl,
la contienda result movida, a-
I provechando mejor sus oportu-
nidades los pupilos del Coro-
nel; anotaron los goles, por el
Remn, R. Tala, F. Florez y
L. Herrara: por el Prl marc el
nico Unto de su equipo R.
Prunel.
En el otro encuentro, Nacio-
nal y Pern se enfrascaron en
un reido cotejo, sin lograr nin-
guno de los dos marcar un so-
lo tanto.
En el partido de la semana
pasada, Nacional y Remn em-
pataron a dos goles.
En el lance del Circuito Me-
nor del Ftbol de Chorrillo, el
Winter sigui su marcha triun-
fadora, obteniendo una nueva
victoria esta vez sobre el Prl
por forfeit.
Los Medias Blancas
hacen una serie de
cambios peloteros
CHICAGO, Junio 5 (UP),Los
Medias Blancas que ocupan el
primer lugar en la Liga Ame-
ricana participaron en dos
cambios oeloteros para adqui-
rir al inflelder y jardinero de
los Carmelitas. Don Lenhardt,
quien bate el ao pasado a un
promedio de .273 con 22 jon-
rones y empuj 81 carreras.
El Gerente General de los
Medias Blancas. Frank C. Lane
empez por cambiar al antesa-
llsta Hank Majeski por el In-
fielder Kermlt Wahl de los
Atltlcos. Acto seguido envi a
Wahl v al jardinero Paul Leh-
ner as como cierU cantidad de
dinero a los CanneliUs a cam-
bio de Lendhart.
SEIS EQUIPOS-----------Ys
Seis equipos inician esta no-
che sus compromisos en el cam-
peonato de basketball masculi-
no de Segunda Categora de la
Liga Provincial de Panam con
la actuacin de los quintetos:
Panamericano vs Pepsi
7 p, m.
Parque Lefevre vs. Juniors
I p.m.
Rebeldes vs. Pelimex
I p.m.
Todos estos encuentros se
desarrollarn en el cuadro del
Gimnasio Nacional.
En el primer juego entre Sas-
trera Panamericana y Pepsi-
Cola, los soderos se encuentran
favoritos para Imponerse a los
sastres.
En el segundo choque entre
Lefevre y Maduro Jr., corres-
pondiente al grupo "Che" Villa-
lobos, ambos conjuntos se pre-
sentan con lineas parejas y se
espera un cotejo reido.
El ltimo partido de la no-
che correr
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R L B.
La Asociacin Deportiva Uni-
versitaria (AD.U.) comunica
que ha organizado una fun-
cin teatral pro-deporte para
el domingo 17 de Junio en '.a
maana en el Teatro Cecilia.
Se ofrecern dos pelculas: Car-
ne y Espritu y Renunciacin,
adems de un corto. Se espera
la cooperacin de todo buen
deportista.
Por este mismo medio comu-
nica que estn abiertas las ins-
cripciones para los campeona-
Sandalio Consuegra Perdi Ayer
Frente a Los Tigres.Por 6 a 5
_ a cargo de Rebel- .
des y Peliculeros, dos quintetos I Internos de basket y volley -
favoritos de la contienda; los
rebeldes mantienen en su n-
mina a Jugadores como Romito
Pfei, Too Rivera, Rombn P-
rez, Luis Muoz, etc., en tanto
el Pelimex cuenU con Edgar
White, Pedro Simpson, Tito Ma-
ta y otras figuras del balon-
cesto de Celidonia.
Csar Soto y Tala Alarcn
son los arbitros de estos en-
cuentros; Carlos Velarde actua-
r como anotador y Toms Me-
na ser el cronometrista.
ball masculino y femenino, las
inscripciones quedarn cerradas
el 18 de Junio; las inscripcio-
nes son aceptadas en el res-
taurante de la escuela, por el
Ue. Gilberto Valds B., Presi-
dente de la Asociacin.
Deportes a Granel
Por RUIEMI
Un fantico nos escribe en
el sentido de que los seores
comisarios debieran demostrar
ms escrupulosidad en sus de-
cisiones e investigar varias ca-
rreras contradictorias. Nos dice,
el fantico en mencin, que la
yegua Fright en sus ltimas
S mentaciones habla llegado
aera de la plata y esta semana
gan fcil; y que el colmo de
todos fu Welsh Loch que la se-
mana pasada corri y ni siquie-
ra pele la carrera y ocupo un
misero lugar. Es la gran ver-
dad y recordamos que Welsh
Loch la semana asada realiz
una pobre presentacin que
comparada con la del domingo
al ganar el Clsico Hipdromo
Nacional, contrasta enormemen-
te. En aquella ocasin el tiro
era ms corto y figur en los
ltimos lugares y esta vez como
un can sali dispuesto a ven-
der cara su derrota y su triun-
fo fu fcil. Qu dirn los fe-
ores comisarlos sobre ste? Si
opinamos que debiera hacerse
una investigacin.
Asi como esta carrera han
habido otras a todas luces con-
tradictorias que merecen que los
comisarlos, levanten una Inves-
tigacin.
He aqu las suspensiones im-
puestas este fin de semana por
el Cuerpo de Comisarlos.
Se suspendi por doce reu-
niones al jinete Matas Zeba-
los (Elona) por haber estor-
El Dep. Ditrani
regresa el Jueves
La delegacin de ftbol, que
con el nombre de Deportivo Di-
trani se encuentra en OosU
Rica, regresar el jueves en las
horas de la maana, de acuer-
do con informacin telefnica
enviada por el seor Francisco
Ditrani, director del conjunto.
El regreso estaba anunciado
para ayer en la maana a las
10:30. pero una mala Inter-
pretacin en la hora sealada
atras a los futbolistas, quienes
llegaron tarde al aeropuerto.
El Deportivo Ditrani debut
el domingo frente al Alajuelen-
se perdiendo 3 0 en un Jue-
go accidentado que se suspen-
di faltando unos siete minutos
para finalizar el encuentro, de-
bido a juego brusco y una pe-
lea entre' los jugadores.
Para esU tarde o maana en
la tarde se estaba gestionando
un partido de revancha.
bado la accin de Valdivia (Pro-
tn) en la recta final sin que
ello afecUra el resultado de la
prueba.
Por variar su linea de carre-
ra en la tierra derecha sin es-
torbar a nadie, se suspendi al
Jinete B. Pulido (Juan Huin-
cho) por 5 reuniones por rein-
ciden te en esta falta.
Por Incidente en variar su
linea en la recta final, se sus-
pendi al Jinete Pulido por 4
reuniones, acumulativas a las
que se le Impusieron el sba-
do por la misma falta. Tambin
se suspendi por monta brus-
ca al Jinete R. Vsquez por 4
reuniones.
En vista de las explicaciones
del jinete B. Moreno y del pre-
parador A. Newman con respec-
te a la presentacin poco sa-
tisfactoria de IN TIME se a-
cord suspender a ese ejem-
plar por 4 reuniones.
Reclam' el aprendiz D. Tu-
n (Singapore) contra el a-
prendiz H. Reyes (Cacique), por
espantar maliciosamente a SIN-
GAPORE, con la huasca en la
recta de Paltilla. Interrogado
el aprendiz Reyes, se le sus-
pendi por 2 reuniones.
Jos D. Ampudla, estudiante
del II ao de la Universidad Na-
cional de Panam del Curso de
Educacin Fsi-
ca ha obtenido
una beca para
estudiar en el
C ol e g 1 o de
Springfield en
Massachusetts,
Estados Unidos
de Amrica, un
ao de Educa-
cin Fsica pro-
rrogaba a dos.
Esta beca fu
otorgada por el
mismo colegio en la representa-
rlon del Sr. Paul M. Llmbert, pre-
sidente del comit encargado pa-
ra el estudio de los credenciales
Cara poder obtener la Beca In-
srnaclonal. Les (leseamos al jo-
ven estudiante xitos en sus es-
tudios.
Hoy se reunir la
directiva del soft
de los Bomberos
Hoy se reunir la directiva
de la Liga Interna de Softball
del Cuerpo de Bomberos con el
fin de acordar los prximos jue-
go* para esta semana.
Es muy probable que se filen
juegos durante todos estos das,
comenzando maana mircoles,
con el fin de aprovechar los dias
que no Hueva.
La Liga est laborando con
gran tesn para presentar con
todo el entusiasmo posible esta
simptica liga softbolera.
Orestes Mioso
Est En El Tercer
Puesto Con .359
NUEVA YORK. Junio 5 'UP)
Dos cubanos figuraron entre
los lderes de la Liga Mayor en
la ltima semana. Orestes Mi-
oso de los Medias Blancas
ocupa el tercer puesto en ia
Liga Americana con un poten-
tate de .359.
Ferris Fain de los Atltlcos
est en el primer lugar con .366,
Nelson Fox de los Medias Blan-
cas segundo con .382.
Mioso est en el segundo
puesto en ambas ligas en ca-
rreras anotadas con 39. Gil
Hodges de los Dodgers ocupa la
primera colocacin con 40.
Entre lo lanzadores el cu-
bano Conrado Marrero de los
Senadores se encuentra en el
cuarto puesto con 6 Juegos ga-
nados y uno perdida Ed Lopat
de los Yanquis figura como l-
der de este departamento con
8 ganados y o perdidos. Prea-
cher Roe de los Dodgers 7-0,
Bob Feller de los Indios con 7-1
SERVICIO DE LA PRENSA
UNIDA
Stan Musial elevo su prome-
dio al bate a .380 bateando dos
j on roes corridos y un sencillo
para empujar tres carreras y
conducir a los Cardenales al
triunfo sobre los Gigantes por
7 carreras a 2. El recluta Pres-
co obtuvo su cuarto triunfo
consecutivo y quinto de la tem-
porada con la ayuda tambin
de Billy Johnson que bateo tres
sencillos y un triple. Musial
quien ha bateado siete lncogi-
bles en sus ltimas ocho veces
al bate empup la primera ca-
rrera de los Cardenales con
un Jonrn en la cuarta entra-
da.
Los Rojos vencieron a los
Bravos por sptima vez conse-
cutiva por 10 a 7 anoUndo to-
das sus carreras en las lti-
mas dos entradas y tras estar
la anotacin por 7 carreras a
0 en contra de ellos.
Connie -.yan empuj tres ca-
rreras de los Rojos en la octa-
va entrada Jonroneando con dos
compaeros en base y en la
novena los Rojos anotaron sie-
te por sencillos de Barney Mc-
Cosku y Red SUllcup pases
gratis a Bob Scheffing y Lloyd
Wyroste largo fly de Ted
Kluszwesk-, pase gratis a Bob
Usher y el segundo sencillo de
la entrada de SUllcup. Walker
Cooper empuj tres carreras
por' los vencidos con un Jon-
rn y tres sencillos y Sid Gor-
don dos con un Jonrn y un
sencillo.
Gus Bell empuj cuatro ca-
rreras y anot dos con un sen-
cillo, un doble, un triple y un
Jonrn en cuatro veces al baio
para dirigir a los Piratas a un
avasallador triunfo sobre ios
Phlilles por anotacin de 12 ca-
rreras a 4. Los Piratas desaU-
ron su mayor ataque en la
octava entrada anotando cinco
carreras mediante sencillos da
Murry Dickson y Henry Schenz,
pase gratis a George Metko-
vlch triple de Rocky Nelson,
sencillo de Ralph Klner pata
gratis a Bell y sencillo de Wally
Westlake, todo ello despus do
dos outs.
EN LA LIGA AMERICANA
El cubano Sandalio Consue-
gra sufri su cuarto revs de ja
temporad*. al batear Johnny
Groth un sencillo con las ba-
ses llenas en la novena entra-
da para dar el triunfo a los
Tigres sobre los Senadores por
0 carreras a 5. Joe Ginsberg,
inici esa entrada recibiendo
pase gratis y pas a la segun-
da por sacrificio de Johhn Li-
pn. George Kell empuj a
Ginsberg con un sencillo tras
Consuegra abanicar a Gerry
Prlddy y pas a la segunda du-
rante una tirada al plato. Los
Senadores decidieron dar pase
Intencional a Vic Wertz. Pat
Mullln tambin recibi pase gra-
tis y entonces Groth bate un
sencillo. Antes de esa entrada
Consuegra haba mantenido en
jaque . los Tigres desde ia
cuarta entrada en que susti-
tuy a Hank Wyse.
Con Un Excelente Programa
Reanuda El Boxeo Amateur
Sus Actividades El Jueves
reabr" r^vidTdls^el, B^'j.^I? C^canSi
Boxeo Amateur capitalino, bajo nacional; AndeYson y RdrS
la direccin de la Comisin Na- guez. que representaron fr.
clonal de este. deporte, el cual! nam en los Primeros Juegos
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores nronr*ma<
tendr lugar el prximo jueves
en la noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional con la siguiente car-
tilla:
TOT1 ELIIAS
TS.
BEAU JACK II
IN libras.
E. TORREGLOSA
VS. -
KIKO MOSQUERA
112 libras.
JUAN CHACON
JESUS RAMOS
118 libras.
CHICO ANDERSON
GREGORIO VILLARREAL
128 libras.
LUIS RODRIGUEZ
TI.
HORACIO OTIS
13S libras.
La gran mayora de estos p-
giles son figuras conocidas y
populares, asi como de relieve
Panamericanos
etc.
en Argentina,
(nema, Pkazon
esaparwen cm im
Fcil Mtodo
8 pil tiene cauri M millonea de poras
Soewle ae aacondaa loa vermenea qae
causan terrible Plcaaon, Rajadora a
la. Pial, Eciema, Arder, DeaaelleJa-
mlantoa, Acn, erupcioaee da la Hei.
Barrea, etc. lai medtelaaa er4taariaa>
dan alirio mcanianie momentneo
porua no matan la. carnea, dal nal que
bob loa crmenea. Nlxederm, al nuera
descubrimiento, mata los semienta
an pocoa Minuto* y dar una, pial
clara, luivi y aterciopelada ea
una, amana. Pida, Nlxederm an aa
farmacia, boy mame j acake cea
la ceuea tarda dar de lea traater-
Nixoderm sai*
LsMitM e( la PW
OTOS
GRIPA5 y
CATARROS

Nuevo ingrediente en la Crema Williams!
ayuda a conservar el aspecto agradable
y juvenil del rostro
Los mdicos ensalzan esta
maravillosa substancia
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES
CONCURREN...
para mayor potinca
motrizdecdase por
CHAMPION

PECTowiL sm anoREs
IABORATORIOS
ZOILO RUIZ A. S CA.
Despus de largos e intensos
ESTUDIOS, se ha elaborado una crema
de afeitar con un ingrediente especial que
contrarresta los efectos de la navaja y
ayuda a conservar el aspecto juvenil del
rostro.
NUIVA FRMULA
Esta frmula revolucionaria tiene por base
una maravillosa substancia llamada Extracto
de Lanolina. El Extracto de Lanolina es 25
veces ms concentrado que la Lanolina que los
mdicos recetan usualmente para la piel. Re-
fresca el rostro a la vez que usted se afeita...
y ayuda a conservar el aspecto sano y juvenil
de la piel.
IILOOIADA FOR LOS MIDICOSI
Jams crema de afeitar alguna fue tan acla-
mada por la profesin mdica. 251 especia-
listas de la piel que han probado la nueva
Williams alaban el que se haya agregado
Extracto de Lanolina. Ahoracada vez que
usted se afeita con la nueva Crema de Afeitar
Williams disfruta de esta substancia mara-
villosa. Y, cuanto ms use Williams, ms se
convencer de lo benfica que es para la piel.
IUSI WILLIAMS.
Si usted desea afeitadas ntidas, a ras de piel,
que ayudan a conservar el aspecto agradable
y juvenil del rostro, use la nueva Crema de
Afeitar Williams. Es la nica crema de afeitar
que contiene Extracto de Lanolina.
^ >
"Cwaaae te trata da fenoi carrerea
y batir retere*," dice PAUL R.
SAWYER,abSanta Harwich, Mana,
E.U.A., "no (a pueda corral alburas
conlaibujasdaencendidoYosiempra
uto Champion, ya qua estoy conven-
cido da qua ton las bu jlai da ms con-
fianza, qua proporcionan arranques
ms rpidos y el mximo
de tuerza motriz. Un
juago da nuevos
Champion ti qua
raducen al consumo
da combustible."


PAC IN*
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, JUNIO S, 1M1
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TROPICAL
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Una comedia alegre, musical y llena de
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ros" (The Bullfighter And The
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Este gran maestro de la tau-
romaquia opin:
"Los felicito. "Tarde de To-
ros" es extraordinaria. Me
impresion hondamente la
faena de Luis Brlones, quien
dobla a Robert Stack en
esta pelcula. S que la pe-
lcula emocionar profun-
damente al pblico".
"Tarde de Toros", el gran-
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brava, fue filmado por John
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teatros Lux y Cecilia.
Nota: Junto a Sil verlo Prez
aparece en la fotografa de a-
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TARDE DE
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"Curvas Peligrosas" es un film
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definitivamente Leonora Amar,
la Venus del Brasil. Unax*pe-
licula con la sutjleza de las
finas comedias de corte mo-
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"Curvas Peligrosas" es una
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canciones de moda y los ms
novedosos bailes, adems tiene
en su reparto al galn de mo-
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ller, Arturo Soto Rangel y Je-
ss Valero.
Se pide a Stalin que deje a
los obreros y veteranos rusos
ir a visitar Estados Unidos
NUEVA YORK. Junio (USI8>.
El Senador Brien McMahon
cree que "en.un mercado libre
para las Ideas el comunismo
Jams puede triunfar".
En discurso pronunciado an-
te la Convencin de Veteranos
de las Guerras de Estados Uni-
dos aqui, el Senador Demcra-
ta de Estado de Connecticut,
pidi a los veteranos que se
asocien a la "campaa de la
gran verdad" para destrozar la
Cortina de Hierro. Indic que
esta cortina le aislacionismo del
mundo es el smbolo de la gran
debilidad de Stalin. "Os llamo
la 'atencin hacia el hecho de
que Mosc Jams ha ganado
"p eleccin en el mundo li-
bre".
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PAGINAS DE AMOR"
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Produccin y direccin: Emilio Daz
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Individual y colectivamente
que desafien a Stalin a que
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Estados Unidos.
McMahon propuso adems
que las organizaciones de vete-
ranos de los Estados Unidos
desafien a Stalln para que per- i
mita que los veteranos del So-
viet,' los que lucharon tan va-
lientemente contra las legiones
del nazismo vengan a estar de
nuevo con nosotros".
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Robert Miichum, en
'SAGRADO Y PROFANO"
Spencer Tracy, en
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Eatrc Daa Amores"
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