The Panama American

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPEND
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cDAILT NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Lei the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, B. P WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1951
FIVE CENT
Fading Reds Yield Fine
Defenses Without Fight
Training Schedule For Civilian
Anti-Aircraft Program All Set
Policy
THIS ALL-STAR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM visited at Balboa
Heights follow** the presentation of. the first Governor's
Irophv for Little League Baseball in the Canal Zone. Top,
young Pedro Salas look* fondly at one of the baseballs Gov-
ernor Francis K. Newcomer autographed for the boys. Bot-
tom, the Governor, who presented the trophy, stands with
Andy Piala, manager, and the team: Front row, Rooert Lattz,
James Crowder Elwood Phillips, Pedro Salas. John Hamma,
Honald Mead and Billy Wlnford; 8econd row, Richie Hayden,
Danny Wlnclosky, Edward Klrchmelr. Bobby Best, Billy
Hatchett. Ronald Tschudy and Ralph, Lelsy.
* *
First Little League Champs
Receive Governors Trophy
Young Pedro Salas and 13 oth-
er junior size all-stars made lo-
cal baseball history this week
when Pedro accepted for the Pa-
cific side team the first Govern-
or's Trophy for Uttle League
Baseball in the Canal Zone.
The handsome cup, donated by
the Governor in the interest of
the new league for boys under 12,
was presented to the Pacific side
all-star championship team by
Governor Newcomer yesterday.
Congratulating the champions
for their 1961 record, the Gov-
ernor also commended all the
layers and organizers of the ten
ocal participating teams for the
sportsmanship shown in the first
season of Little League Baseball
in the Canal Zone.
The first presentation of the
Governor's Trophy, which will be
given each year to the Little
League all-star champions, was
made in a short ceremony at the
Administration Building at Bal-
boa Heights.
The young stars also just hap-
pened to have with them two
Little League baseballs which the
Governor autographed *>r good
measure.
Pedro Salas was chosen by fel-
low Pacific side all-stars to ac-
cept the trophy. The team ln-
cludes -toben Lattz, Elwood Phil-
lips, John Hamma, Ronald Meade,
ferny Winford. Richie- Hayden,
Danny Wlnclosky, Edward Kirch-
meir, Bobby Best, Billy Hatchett,
Ronald Tschudy and Ralph Lei-
y-
Their "all-star manager," who
accompanied the group to Balooa
Heights is Andy Piala, who served
as manager of the Curundu team
which won the Pacific side cham-
pionship.
William Hamma, President,
and Fred Mohl, Secretary, of the
Pacific side Little League, also
took part in the ceremony at
Balboa Heights. Other League of-
ficers are: Rufus Lovelady, Vice
President of the Pacific League,
and E. C. Cotton, President, and
James McGloin, Secretary of the
Atlantic Side Little League.
The members of the two all-
star, teams which competed for
the Canal Zone championship
were selected by the board of
managing personnel for each of
the Isthmian Leagues, on the At-
lantic and Pacific sides. The
board for each league Includes
the president and' vice president
and the managers of the teams,
six on the Pacific side and four
on the Atlantic.
British Admit
China
Change Likely
LONDON, June 6 (UP) Bri-
tain admits she is losing patience
with Communist China's intran-
sigence in Far Basten, affairs.
A significant policy change
may be in the making. Though
there is no suggestion that Bri-
tain now intends to withdraw
recognition from Communist
China, the experiment of friend-
liness towards Pelping Is being
seriously reconsidered.
Yesterday the British delegate
to the United Nations Trustee-
ship Council, Sir Alan Burns,
voted against a Russian proposal
to oust Nationalist China from
the Council.
A Foreign Office spokesman
here make it clear that Burns
was speaking with London's
blessing when he criticized the
Pelping regime.
Burns said Britain had been
watting vainly for almost a year
for Communist China, as a
claimant to a United Nations
seat, "to recognize the obligation
of a member state not to sup-
port aggression (In Korea) and
to settle disputes by peaceful
means."
The stiffening of Britain's' re-
lations with Red China is also
apparent in Japanese treaty
talks.
Red Artillery Fire
Reported On North
Iranian Frontiers
Might Be Yours
If You Remember
What You Lost
Somebody's supper a bag
f groceries worth $12is sit-
ting in the Ancon Police Sta-
tion waiting to be claimed.
Turned in by an Ancon po-
liceman yesterday afternoon,
the "lost" groceries from the'
Ancon Commissary do not con-
tain anything perishable.
The owner my Identify same
by visiting the Ancon Police
8tation.
AFGE Will Discuss
Retroactive Tax
Conference Tonight
A special meeting of the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Ameri-
can Federation of Government
Employes' Lodge No. 14 has been
called by the president of the
lodge, Rufus M. Lovelady. for to-
night at 7:30 in the Balboa Club-
house.
The purpose of the meeting is
to discuss the forthcoming joint
legislative conference called by
the Government Employes'
Council, and to authorize Love-
lady to attend this conference in
Washington. His trip is sched-
uled for June 16, and he will re-
main there one week.
The proposed three-month ex-
tension of the income tax dead-
line had been presented to the
Under-secretary of the Treasury,
the AFGE national office noti-
fied the president of Lodge 14
yesterday, although it Is not yet
known whether this request had
yet been forwarded to the Secre-
tary.
The deadline still stands at
June 15 for Canal Zone tax-pay-
ers.
Meanwhile, the Office of In-
ternal Revenue had advised tax-
payers to avoid the penalty for
failure to file on time by turning
In their tax return forms even If
they did not have money to pay
lor the tax.
as
on
on
TEHERAN, June 8. (UP).
There is unlimited activity
Soviet forces concentrate
Iran's northern frontiers
both sides of the Caspian Sea,
according to reports reaching
here from the border areas.
Iranians there claim to have
seen tank, artillery and air
exercises on an unprecedented
scale on the Soviet side of the
frontier. ,
This activity has bean re-
portedly going on since the end
of April.
A Russian weather-reconnais-
sance fighter crashed Just
across the north Azerbaijan
border several days ago.
The master training sehedule
for the Antlalr \ aft civilian Aux-
lllai? Program was released to-
day b Lt. Col. John T. Browne,
offlcer-in-charge of the program.
Actual training will begin on
July 12 at Albrook Air Force Base
following the welcoming a dress-
es by military and civilian lead-
ers of the Canal Zone.
The program, which will last
seven weeks, will be divided Into
three separate classes of Instruc-
tion: Antiaircraft Guns, Antiair-
craft Automatic Weapons and
Antiaircraft Operations.
Method of enrollment in the
program will be announced with-
in a few days.
The schedule:
Beginning July 12 at Albrook
Hangar, the "Opening Night" Ce-
remonies. Brief welcoming ad-
dress to be given by the Com-
manding General, USARCARIB,
The Governor and Col. Good-
man. Presentation of Introduc-
tory "Skit" and "County Fair"
demonstration of all equipment.
July 14 at Perico Island, a De-
monstration of 90 mm Guns. 40
mm Guns, M-55 Quad; .50 Cal
MG, firing of towed sleeve tar-
get by Batterys C 764th and B,
903rd.
July 17 and 19, at Albrook and
Clayton: General Orientation Pe-
riod The AA Problem. Basic
Tactics, Weapons Characteris-
tics. AAOC Techniques, etc. Spe-
cific Duty Assignments will be
made and Detailed instruction on
AA Gun, AW, AAOC Subjects will
begin.
July 24 and 28 at Albrook and
Clayton will be a continuation of
detailed subject Instruction.
July 28 at Perico Island: Gun
Group, Demonstration Firing
Trial Shot and Calibration. At
Clayton, AAOC Group Plotting
Problem and AW Group 8keet
Shooting Theory of Leads.
July 31 at Albrook: Gun. AW
Group and Continued Detailed
instruction. At Clayton: AAOC
Group Plotting Problems. Au-
gust 2, continuation of instruc-
tion.
Aug. 11 at Perico island Gun
and AW Groups Firing at Tow-
ed Sleeve Target and at Clayton,
AAOC Group Plotting Prob-
lems.
Aug. 14 at Clayton and Posi-
tion 80, Gun and AAOC Groups
Night Tracking Problem, and
at Albrook: AW Group.
Aug. 16 at Clayton: Prepara-
tion of Gun and AW Groups for
Firing at Sleeve and OQ. and at
Albrook, AAOC Group for Con-
tinuation of detailed Instruc-
tions.
Aug. 18 at Perloo and Flamen-
co Islands, Gun and AW Groups
Firing at Sleeve and OQ Tar-
gets as Crews.
Aug. 21 at Albrook and Clay-
ton, Preparation for Gun and
AW Exhibition Firing, and Pre-
paration for AAOC Exhibition
Plotting Problem.
Aug. 23 at Clayton: AAOC
Group Demonstration by
Civilian Auxiliaries of Opera-
tions Center Techniques (Open
to the public), and at Albrook:
Gun and AW Groups prepare
for Exhibition Firing.
Aug. 25 Exhibition Firing by
CA Gun and AW Crews at 81eeve
Targets at Perico Island (open
to public).
The date of the graduation
eexrclses and the presentation
of certificates will be announced
8,500 Cl. Students Start
Vacations As Schools Close
TOKYO, June 6 (UP) United Nations forces today
plunged through fading Chinese Communist opposition to
the head of .the valley leading to the Reds' Iron Triangle
in central Korea.
An 8th Army communique reported gains of nearly
two miles all along a 35-mile front below the triangular
plateau where the Reds are believed to have massed 200,-
000 or more troops.
In at least one sector United Nations spearheads were
believed less than nine miles form the Iron Triangle.
For the second straight day tha
Reds abandoned almost without
a fight a labyrinth of rock and
log covered bunkers from which,
they might have delayed the Al-
lied advance for weeks. i
Muddy United Nations Infan-
try surgfV north In their wake
towards Chorwon and Kumhwa,
anchors of the Iron Triangle,
One Allied column swept to the>
last line of ridges overlooking the
three mile wide valley leading to
Chorwon.
UN Allies Put Off
Korean Peace Bid;
Reds Make No Offer
Aug. 4 at Clayton and Position
80, Gun and AAOC Groups
Complete Tracking Problems.
And at Perico Island, the AW
Group Firing at OQ Target
Airplanes.
Aug. 7 at AINrook and Clayton:
Critique of Tracking Problem and
OQ Firing with continued in-
struction. Aug. 9 detailed in-
struction.
Other planes
crash scene till
was removed.
patrolled the
the wreckage
Parents Warned
To Curb Sons Who
Play Tag On Roof
A group of six or seven young
boys recently were found play-
ing on the roof of the Civil Af-
fairs Building, racing, wrest-
ling and playing tag on the
cantilevered and anrailed edge
where a slip meant a fall of
about 200 feet to the cencrete
below.
While the children are en-
couraged to visit the Library
and Museum in tha Civil Af-
fairs Building during the school
vacation, neither the Inside nor
the roofs o the building Is to
be used as a playground.
Colonel Selee, Civil Affairs
Director, has appealed to all
parents to warn their children
such activities when they are
permitted to come to the Li-
brary. Additional "No Tres-
passing" signs have been post-
ed so the roof cannot be reach-
ed without passing ane of
them.
Roger Kelley, BHS
Top Student, Gels
Scholarship Award
Roger Kelley. who was grad-
uated first in the Balboa High
School class of 146 seniors, has
been awarded a scholarship of
$750 by the University of Chi-
cago.
The award was one of three
announced by H. J. Zlerten,
Acting Principal of Balboa High
School, at the close of the year's
term. None of the three was
made in time for their an-
nouncement on the school's
"Awards Day" recently.
The other awards were a $280
scholarship to Bradley Univer-
sity to Miss Marilvn Flynn. and
the American Leelon award
made annuallv for the high
school student, of United States
citizenship, showing the great-
est proficiency in 8panish lan-
guage. The latter award was re-
ceived bv George Capwell. Jr..
of Panama, whose father Is
Ceneral Manager of the Ca. de
Fuerza v Luz.
The winner of the Chicago
University scholarship is the son
of Mrs. Conchita Kelley, of Cu-
rundu. His father. Charles Kel-
lev. who is now retired and liv-
ing in California, was employed
for many years by the Canal
and in newspaper work In' Pa-
nama.
Miss Flynn. winner of the
Bradlev University scholarship,
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter J. Flynn, of Balboa. Here
father also Is now retired from
Canal service.
About 8,500 Canal Zone stu-
dents trooped back to school for
report cards today and then call-
ed it a year.
Streaming back out of a class-
room soon after their arrival, the
youngsters could look forward to
long summer vacations and could
look back n a very eventful year
In the Division of Schools.
Many Innovations have been
made In the local school system
since graduation and grade
cards a year ago, many of them
small and several of considerable
Importance.
Major changes in physical
plants were the renovation and'
establishment of the Fort Kobbe
School for children In West Bank
communities; the modernisation
of the Balboa Kindergarten and
the remodeling of the Balboa
Gymnasium. New portecocherres
were added to the high schools at
Sliver City and La Boca.
The La Boca Junior College was
opened this year and enrolled 48
students in Its first year of oper-
ation.
A new kindergarten at Ancon
was opened last September. The
offices of the Schools Division
moved to new quarters In the Ci-
vil Affairs Building after the close
of.school last year.
On the sports scene, there was
the football classic between Mia-
mi Jackson and Balboa High
Schools, the first encounter be-
tween a local team and contest-
ants from off the Isthmus.
Cristobal High School won the
championship in an annual invi-
tational basketball tournament
established this year. Playoffs
were held in April between armed
forces, college and high school
teams In this new tourney spon-
sored by the Canal Zone Junior
College.
Widespread attention to civil-
ian defense in the Canal Zone
was reflected In the schools,
where a detailed defense plan
Big Four Conferes
Put Off Session;
Talks Near Collapse
PARIS, June 6 (UP) The
Big Four deputies, attempting
to draw up an agenda for a Big
Four Foreign Ministers confer-
ference, postponed their 66th
session scheduled for this after-
noon.
The conference was believed
In danger of collapse after yes-
terday's session. One Western
official said then: "Only Rus-
sia can save the meeting."
Hopes for success of the con-
ference were dashed Sunday
when Russia's Andrei Oromyko
delivered a note which Western
delegates Interpreted as a re-
jection of their proposal for a
Big Four conference.
The Russian note accepted
the proposal, conditional on the
Atlantic Pact and United States
overseas bases being Included
on the agenda.
The Western powers have al-
ready refused to discuss these
Issues, claiming them purely de-
fensive.
It Is now now anybody's guess
whether a Big Four meeting
will be held.
included drills by all students
during the year.
A new unit of the Canal Zone
Junior Reserve Officers Training
Corps was established at Cristo-
bal High School.
Driving courses were also add-
ed to the Curriculum of Cristobal
High School during the year.
Elementary school orchestras
were established at both Balboa
and Cristobal.
In the field of community wel-
fare, the students In all Canal
Zone schools participated In the
Community chest Campaign, for
the first time as a unit, and con-
tributed, exclusive of faeulty
(Continued en Page f. CoL 91
Margaret Truman
Visits Parliament
To See and Be Seen
LONDON. June 6 (UP)Mar-
garet Truman gawked like any
other American tourist today
from the terrace of Britain's
700-year-old Parliament at the
uproar of a session of the House
of Commons.
Members of Parliament, hang-
ing out of windows as the Presi-
dent's daughter rode up in the
American Embassy's green Ca-
dillac, also gawked at Miss Tru-
man.
Her day started after she
curtsied farewell to Princesses
Elizabeth and Margaret early
today and said goodbye to two
friends of Princess Margaret
Capt. Mark" Bonham-Carter and
William Wallace.
She had a few hours of sleep
and rushed to the House of Com-
mons to watch the pomp and
pageantry which opens even an
ordinary session of Parliament.
It was Margaret's first real
Introduction to royalty and the
traditional ceremonies or Brit-
ish Ufe.
Waiting for Miss Truman
when she and Mrs. Walter Clif-
ford, wife of the American Am-
bassador, arrived at the Parlia-
ment building was Col. Clifton
Brown. 8peaker of the House
of Commons.
Miss Truman, dressed In a
navy blue dress, a green straw
hat and a short pink cape,
lunched In the speaker's re-
sidence with Mrs. Gilford, the
Colonel and his wife.
Then the two Americans strol-
led through the new chamber
replacing the blitzed House.
Margaret stood almost un-
noticed In a corner as Brown,
bewigged and dressed In flap-
ping, silken robes, led "the
Speaker's procession" which
opened today's business.
She registered surprise when
debate over Scotland's lack of
midwlves and the declining lob-
ster Industry touched off an
uproar among members.
WASHINGTON, June 6 (UP)
The United States and Its UN al-
lies in Korea have postponed any
final decision on a possible di-
plomatic bid to Communist Chi-
na for a negotiated end to the
war.
A State Department meeting
yesterday of representatives of ail
Allied natrons with troops assign-
ed to Korea also disclosed that
none of the 16 Governments have
found any evidence the Reds are
seeking a truce themselves.
As a result, lt was said, lt was
decided that a declaration of UN
war alms which might pave the
way for possible peace talks
should be put off until later.
Meantime, the United States
and its allies will give new and
serious study to the diplomatic
and military problems involved
in Korea while UN military
forces continue hammering away
at the Communists.
Current UN strategy in Korea
Is aimed at killing off the cream
of China's troops as fast as possi-
ble in hopes the tremendous loss-
es will force the Pelping regime
to agree to peace.
Assistant Secretary of State
Dean Rusk invited the foreign
envoys to express any new pro-
posals or Ideas their governments
may have on a declaration of UN
alms in Korea. No specific pro-
posals were offered.
A UN declaration would review
the military picture, declare the
Red aggression had been repell-
ed and express Allied willingness
to negotiate a settlement near
the 38th parallel or to continue
the war if that is what the Reds
want. .
-------------------------1-------------------------------_
The Chinese were making an
orderly withdrawal along tha
ridges on both sides of the valley.
In other sectors there are still
several more mountain ridge*
honeycombed with Russian-de-
signed bunkers carved from tha
rock barring the Allies' way
north.
The Reds covered thejr retreat
in the west central sector with
heavy artillery barrages and
strewed the road to Chorwon with.
the largest minefield encountered
In recent weeks.
One Allied armored task fore
was disabled by this minefield. -
Tactical aircraft of the 5th
Air Force and -attached unlta
continued the intensive Interdic-
tion program on Red supply linea
through North Korea.
Bathurst Takes
Carib Command
United States Army Caribbean
declared today that Brigadier
General Robert M. Bathurst has
assumed Interim command of
USARCARIB. pending an-
nouncement of the new com
mandlng officer.
General Bathurst will remain'
in his present Antilles post, but-,
Headquarters USARCARIB will,
be In the Panama Area in aa
much as lt was previously com-
manded by General Ray E. Por-
ter, who Just left for dutv i*
the United 8tates.
67 Get Diplomas At CHS
Commencement Exercises
US Siamese Twins
Share One Heart
TORRINGTON, Conn., June
(UP) Five-day eld Siam-
eses twins, Joined at the chest
and with only one heart, are
In good condition in a incu-
bator at the local hospital
here.
At commencement exercises the Rev. J. William L. Graham
based on the Preamble to the of the Gatun Union Church tha
Constltutoln of the United benediction. Anna Fisher play-
States, diplomas were presented ed a piano solo and Thomaj
last night to 61 graduates of Jordan sang a baritone solo,
the Cristobal High School. The Members of the graduatlnf
graduation ceremonies were held class are:
in the auditorium of the High Jane A. deBoyrle, Jane Eliza-
School on Colon Beach. beth Compton, Laura Ruth Da-
Speakers were eight members niel, Anna Victoria Fisher. Rita,'
of the graduating class four Eleanor Fisher, Patricia May!
boys and four girls. The speak- Geddes, Sandra Marie Ham-,
ers and their subjects were: mond, Carol Elaine Harvey, Lois
Sandra Hammond, "The Pre- Howard, Nancy Hall KauXer, He-.
amble"; Jane Oompton, "We," len Jane Kissam. Olga Marie
the People"; Frances Wong, Lelgnadler, Thelma Lelgnadlei,
Form a More Perfect Union"; Beverly. Ann Lindatrom. fries
Jack Randall "Establish Jus- Beverly Lowe, Beverly Ann .Ma-
tice"; Albert Attla, "Insure Do- dison, Charles Juanita Meets,
mestic Tranqulllty;" William Carmen Cecilia Ramirez, Elvia
Knott, "Provide for the Com- Rosario Ramirez, Joan Marcia'
mon Defense;" Henry Wachtel. Reilly, Dorothy Joan Rowley,1
"Promote the General Welfare;" Patricia Maile Rudge, Mary
and Patricia Geddes, "Secure Louise Simonsson, Coletta Eloise
the Blessings of Liberty." Stiebritz, Vlhna Sasso Walker,
Music for the processional and Frances Carmen Wong,
recesslonals were played by the Alfred Aleguas, John Joseph
High School Orchestra under Alexaitis, John Irvin Allgaier,
the direction of O. E. Jorstad. Luciano Arias. Albert Asian At-i
The Rev. Milton A. Cookson of ta. Richard Gray Aycock, Wi.'
the Church of Our Saviour gave ham Patrick Blackbuin, Ec-
the benediction. ward Bringas, John Mortimer
The class was presented by Davis, John Henry Droste. Rich-
Paul L. Beck. Principal, to 81- ard Joseph DuCote, Paul Alden
gurd E. Esser, Director of Se- Engelke, Max Fux, Frank EricK-
condary Education, who pre- son Holgerson, Thomas Merrill
sented the diplomas. Jordan, Thomas Hanrv Kelley,!
Tha graduation had been pre- Jr-. William C. Knott, Jr.
ceded by the Baccalaureate Andrew Parnell Lim, Victor d.1
Service for the Senior Class at Mizrachi, Dan George Nellie,
5 Sunday afternoon in the High James R. Nellis. Jack Herbert
School auditorium. The Baccau- Pearson, Raymond Irving Pintot
laureate speaker was the Rev. James A. Ramsey, Jack UlifforeJ
Henry L.- Bell of the Margarita Randall, Elbert Francis Ridge,
Union Crmrch. Charles Arthur Sherry, Robert
The Rev. J. Raymond Macha- Carl Slevers. Carl L. Simons.
te, C. M. of Our Lady of the Edward Arthur Stevenson, Ri-
Mlrsculous Medal read the chard Lane Sullivan Jr., John
Scripture, the Rev. Philip Hav- H. Townsend, Leo Alexander
ener at the Cristobal Union Turner, Gustavo Vlllala Jr
Church gave the Invocation and and Henry WachtaL


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Cristobal: FRENCH LINE, P.O Box 5*15 Tel. :i-?T A IBIS
Panama: LINDO V MADURO. S A B 1038
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f Vigour, I\>rvou*neaa or weak-
ness you should help your I'rostste
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Thla wonder medicine makes
you feel younger, stronger and
Bleep without Interruption. Uet
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"Eleven Ytars in Soviet
Prison Camps"
M*f*BSja eaWensafi'o frmm
exciting book
Arreste*) (ih never knew why),- U
menrhi in filthy pm.m waiting trial
(a 3-minu>i farcsl-rken Sitarla, where
wrslchsd pritanen. feet eaune in
rags, worked e 12-hour day in
aera aid...
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tlen frees f liner lipper'i exiling book
i* Jim* leader i Digest. .d this
revealing gegey el a farmer Cam-
atvnist wh* learned lirtthand haw
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'eader'i Digtn li the world's fa-
vorita sMfaiin* Get ,eur cap, .1
the aw June iuve today ai loading
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ticles of lauing interett. osndented
f'*m leading magaiinei aad current
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yeUow-^o keep it white m
snow, you need use only
little ,
Grace Line's "Santa Barbara-
Due Tonight
The Orace Line's passenger
ship Santa Barbara which Is en
route to South America Is due to
dock at Cristobal this evening. A-
board are Mr. and Mrs. George
C. Howard, Counselor in Charge
of Economic Affairs at the U.S.
Embassy In Lima and Major Or-
lando C. Becker of the Chilean
Police Force who has been study-
ing traffic regulations in the
United States.
Braniff to Fly
"Maid of Cotton" to Panama
The Maid of Cotton, chosen
each year by the National Cotton
Growers Assn., Is due to arrive in
Panama on Branlfl's Flight 603
June 15. This will mark the first
year that the Maid of Cotton will
travel through South America.
Her itinerary calls for a three-
day stop-over in Panama during
which time she will participate in
a style show which will be spon-
sored by the Lions' Club and will
take place at the El Panama.
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6:30 Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry Sears Presents
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9:15-SACRED HEART PRO
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9:30As I Seelt
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11:00NEWS
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Teachers' Special
Sails Friday
The largest group of teachers
to leave thtlstnmus on the Pan-
am Line this year will sail Fri-
day on the S.S. Cristobal on the
annual "Teachers' Special," the
first northbound trip after the
close of Canal Zone schools.
Sprinkled among the teachers
will be some vacationing families
with children who are given sec-
ond preference to teachers on this
sailing.
Among those sailing on the
Cristobal will be Paul L. Beck,
Principal of Cristobal High
School, Harold J. Zlerten, Acting
Principal of Balboa High School,
and Neil V. Branstetter. music in-
structor at Balboa High School.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:.
Miss Adamary Anderson, Frank
A. Anderson, Jr., Mrs. Rosemary
K. Anderson, Miss Dove D. An-
tlN, Miss Claude M. Aycock, Miss
Janet Baffert, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
L. Beck and daughter, Paul A.
Bentz, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A
2-?by*rNtu V- Branstetter, and
Miss Kathryne F. Brewer.
Miss Alice E. Candee, Mrs. Al-
ma M. Castel, Miss Dolores Cha-
put, Shepard S. Clark and daugh-
ter, Miss Alice Coakley, Patrick
S. Coakley, Miss Ruth E. Creasy
Miss Ruth C. Crozler, Mr. and
g* Edwin R. Dlxon and son, and
Miss Florence V. Dmytryk.
Miss Beulah M. Ely, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul J. Evancoe and son
MUs Monica E. Farley, Miss
Frances Farrell, Miss Frances E
Ferguson, Miss Mary F. FltzOer-
aid, Mrs. Sarah E. Flowers and
three children, Macon W. Foscue
Mrs. Marjorle B. Foscue and son,
b.1ss. |.eatrlce S. Gardner, Mrs.
Beryl Gilpin, and Miss Elsie R.
Graham.
lwPa1 W. Henderson, Mist Doro-
thy K Henry. Victor A. Herr, Mrs.
Lee W. Hlttson, Mr. and Mrs.
Truman H. Hoenke and two chil-
dren. Miss Katherine E. Jessup
A'ton- E. Jones. Mrs. Vera Jones!
Miss Patricia M. Jorgensen, Mr
and Mrs. Oswald E. Jorstad and"
son, and Miss Lorralen A. Juvet
Kenneth C. Krogh, Theodore
u .K.rzys' s8l- and M". Mi-
chael J. Kulikowski and two chil-
dren, Miss Florence A. Lamson,
Mr and Mrs. Robert W. Llkins
and two children, Miss Bess M
Liter, and Mr. and Mrs. James A
Lyons.
ift^r" nd *?" 8,nond Maduro,
Miss Cornelia Malmberg, Miss
Marion M. Martin, Mr. and Mnf
Lnu?,aAdMMMte1' Mr" d Mrs!
iffi? w *ys and daughter, Miss
ESF %eh, CJ\ Walter R- Meln-
holt, Mrs. Helen F. Mlchaux
ft O Miller, Mto, DoSy ,
Bhr $rMMri' LaUr* MOtlOD and
Knihhandre"'andM1SsFr"n5
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A. Nyer-
ges and two children, Set. Paul F
%""" Vera M Perry Mr
and Mrs. Edwin M. Piper and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E
M?JVd two -children Mrs'
Phiitw ^yT,nd- Mr- nd Mr,
n'PRyan ""^ and M,as Betty
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Whlteside, Miss Mary J. Wiesen
Mr. and Mrs. William W Witt'
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Zlerten'
Mrs. Theodore De Budd, Miss He-
len Burke, General Gene W. Hall,
Miss Margaret Jensen, and Miss
Winifred E. White.
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THF PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIT.V NEWSPAPER
PAGE TORES
Acheson: Attrition In Korea
Will Make Reds Holler Uncle
.BY JOHN L. 8TEELE
WASHINGTON, June 6, (UP)
Secretary ol State bean Acteson
said yesterday he is firmly con-
vinced by "all the fact* available"
that the present U.S. Korean war
policy will "force" the Convnun-
lsts to halt their attacks and per-
mit restoration of peace in Ko-
rea.
He said Gen. Douglas MacAr-
trjur's demand for bombing of
Red bases In Manchuria would In
"all likelihood" lead to general
war which would be a "terrio'.c
catastrophe" lor this country and
its allies.
Acheson made these additional
points in his fourth ,day before
!
British, French
Efforts In East
Held Equal To US
LONDON. June 6 British
troops; work in Korea during the
recent Communist offensive was
described by Secretary of State.
the 8eVe'commtte"investga- Dean Acheson to the Senate Mac-
Famod Edifice
HORIZONTAL VERTICAL
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14 Lightly
15 Euchariitic
wine cup ,
16 Forces down
18 Canine
1 Wandered
2 Unassuming
3 Greek letter
4 Exists
5 Allot
6 Asterisk
7 Apertures
8 French river
9 Transpose
(ab.)
10 Secreted
11 Philippine
seaport
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ting MacArthur's removal as Far Arthur ouster investigators, as
Eastern commander: !on.Lof^ greatest stories in
1.) The United States is con- military history
vlnced that a majority of. the "The Gloucester Regiments
United Nations Security Council, action in Korea held up the en-
will continue to oppose a UN seat tire advance of the Chinese In
for Red China. If thev did not. the western sector until the rest
this country would ask the World I of the troops could get them-
' Court to rule whether its "no" selves In position. Their action is
vote amounted to a veto. one of the greatest stories in
2) This country informed its | military history A battalion of
Allies last November that "mill- 1622 men came out with only five
tary necessity" might soon re- officers and 34 men. It was a very
quire U.S. planes to follow Com- | gallant and a superbi thing.
munist planes in "hot pursuit"! Britain's, contribution In other
over Manchuria for two or three parts of the Far East was also
minutes. The Allies were not ask- | riven recognition by Acheson
ed for their permlsslon-but they "The effort which the British are
objected so vigorously the plan making in Ma aya and the French
was dropped afe making in Indo-China Is
3 The United States is not now I roughly equivalent to what the
pushing for a UN naval blockade I United States are making in Ko-
of Red China because it believes rea." >
"we are more likely to get our re- ; This statement was made in
suits by increasing economic re-! answer to a question put by Sen-
strictioiis ator Lyndon Johnson who sug-
Uommlttee members said Ache-1 gested that this assessment might
son had done a skillful Job o re- | even be an underestimate
viewing United Suites policy to-.l Johnson s opinion was that
ward China but doubted he had I forces which Britain and France
won over any of his critics. have contributed to the defense
Sen. Ralph E. Flanders, R.. Vt., I of the free world In Far Eastern
said statements before the com- territories are actually greater
miltee about the significance of I than those from the United
the 38th parallel seemed "quite States,
empty of real meaning," and ask-
ed what the military aim Is In
Korea.
Acheson replied that the pur-
pose of the UN plan is:
"To deieat the attacks which
are being made on Korea; to re-:
pel In as effective a way as we
can do It. the attacks which are
being made on Korea; and to
take such military action, el-
(ab.)
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25 Competent
27 Expensive
28 Booty
29 Pronoun
30 Not (prefix^
31 Palm lily
32 Cerium
(symbol)
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38 Deteriorate
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face
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(symbol)
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indicators
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ethers
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Boys
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49 Make lace
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51 Cooking
utensil
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ISTHMI/ V DATA
Atom Girl Makes Pajama Leap
From Pakistani's Apartment
Births
LLEWELYN, Mr. and Mrs. L.
L. of La Boca, a daughter. June
1 at Gorgas Hospital.
MARSHALL. Mr. and Mrs. L. of
Panama, twin daughters, June 1
at Gorgas Hospital.
HUSUM. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. of
at
ther north or south of the paral-
lel, as we may need to do to bring
about the conclusion of this cam- Diablo, a daughter, June 1
pain. with failure on the part of j Gorgas Hospital,
the Chinese and success on our ( WELLINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. R.
Part, to repulse attacks on the of Panama, a daughter, June 2 at
epublic ol Korea," Gorgas Hospital.
Flarfders asked if it was not REDMOND. Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
"pure assumption" that the Chl-'0l Diablo a daughter, June 2 at
pese will eventually quit their Gorgas Hospital.
Hacks. MARIN; Mr. arid Mrs. C. of
"No. sir. it is not pure assump- Panama a daughter. June 3 at
Jlon." Acheson ,replied. "It is a Gorgas Hospital.
*reasoning from all the facts a-! ______
vailable that this is the best
course t'hat we can follow In Marriage Licenses
bringing about the results desired REEGEarl Howard Jr.. 26. of
and force a settlement of this|Fort (jiayton. formerly of Ports-
situation so that there wlir be | moulh ohlo t0 CAMP. Joanne
peace In that area and that these ; Eleanor 24. of Fort Clayton, for-
attacks will not be resumed-." meriy 0f Hutchinson, Kansas.
But Flanders persisted that the ______
Reds .took no account of mass!
slaughter and had a free flow of, Deaths
supplies from Russia He asked if MORRISON, Wylie. 71. of Bal-
"a war of attrition which is with- j boa no 1 at Gorgas Hospital.
BY LEE NICHOLS
out visible limits must not be as-
sumed.''
Acheson said he does not think
the Reds have an "unlimited"
flow of material, and "the mili- ', niie.1
tary testimony is pretty clear -------:
that the quality pi the Chinese ;
armies is suffering very severely question of bombing Manchurian
COCHEZ, Julia, 89, of Balboa,
June 1 at Gorgas Hospital.
ARCHER. Alvin. 8 months, of
Red Tank. June 2 at Gorgas Hos-
at the present time."
."It is quite true that I believe
that the (Pelplngi government
does not care about Individual
lives, but I think It will be con-
cerned about this destruction of
Its trained armies and the loss of
Its materiel," he added.
bases, asserting it might be "silly"
to think this would start World
War III. MacArthur has strongly
Indicated he favored bombing
these bases. _
"It seems to me that sets In
operation a chain of events which
in all likelihood would spread to
Flanders then turned to the general war," Acheson replied.
WASHINGTON, June 6 (UP)
An attractive girl physicist In a
Government atomic laboratory
leaped today from the seventh-
floor apartment of a Pakistan di-
plomat with whom she apparent-
ly was hopelessly In love. ''
The small, dark-haired girl,
identified by police as Miss Helen
M. Dean of Boston, Mass., suf-
fered serious Injuries In her 80-
foot plunge. But she retained
consciousness long enough to
stumble back into rthe .lobby ol
the apartmeht building, where
she collapsed.
Authorities said Miss Dean, a
graduate of Swarthmore College,
jumped from the seventh-floor
apartment of Sallm Khan, 24, a
decoder at the Pakistan Embas-
sy. Police found Khan sleeping
peacefully In his apartment when
they Investigated.
Miss Dean, clad only In paja-
mas, leaped at about 5 a.m. She
landed In a barberry hedge bor-
dering the concrete sidewalk be-
low. She was rushed to Galllnger
Hospital, where officials said she
sufiered broken hips, heels and
vertebrae. They expect her to
live.
Police said Miss Dean told
them she leaped because she
"couldn't cope with life." Her
sister, Mrs. trances Dean Smith,
said Miss Dean has been under
a psychiatrist's- care for two
years.
Detective Sgt. Robert E. Talbot
said Khan told him he had
known Miss Dean since March
and was in love with her, but had
told her he couldn't marry her
because It would ruin his diplo-
matic career.
Miss Dean is a physicist In the
atomic laboratory of the UJS. Bu-
reau of Standards. Her superiors
said her work was research on
use of the mass spectrum to make
chemical analyses of gases.
Doctors at Galllnger Hospital
expressed considerable surprise
that the girl could survive such
a drop. One of them said, "amaz-
ing if true."
James V. Gray, Jr., switchboard
operator at the apartment build-
ing, said he heard a thud at
about 5 a.m. "when she hit the
ground."
"Her head hit the cement," he
said. "Then she rolled down the
walkwav to the edge of t>e bush-
was
es at the sidewalk. She
moaning and groaning."
The operator said Miss Dean
was on her back, but turned over
on her stomach, got to her feet
with difficulty and stumbled up
the stairs, into the lobby and col-
lapsed. He said the distance she
walked was about 30 feet.
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Opening leadV 8
One f the| most instructive
hands of the recent Eastern
States tournament showed how
experts stay out of trouble. At
the first table Georg* Rapee,
holding North cards, made an
Immediate Jump takeout to two
diamonds, thus showing a hand
that was at least as strong as an
opening no-trumper.
The South hand' was held by
Sam Stayman, author of "Expert
Bidding," one of the finest bridge
books that has appeared In ma-
ny years. Stayman counted up his
hand and noted that it was a
near-minimum. No slam was
likely unless his partner could
push past the game level. Hence
Stayman put the brakes on at
once with a rebld of two no-
trump.
Rapee next showed his club
support, whereupon Stayman
could afford to show a fit for dia-
monds. Now Kapee bid three no-
trump to show the exact nature
of his hand: balanced distribu-
tion, strength In at least three
suits, biddable values In the two
minors, and a total value of only
what he had announced at his
first bid. With even one queen
more. Rapee would have bid four
no-trump to Indicate his extra
strength.
Stayman was content to pass,
and the hand was played com-
fortably at game. As it happened
the opening lead gave him three
heart tricks, the Jack of spades
dropped, and a successful dla-
Railroader Stripper,
Dressed. Gels Long.
Locomotive Whistle
LANCASTER., S.C.. June 8 (UP i
Gypsy Rose Lee gave a tug to-
day, but Instead of a peel her
gaping onlookers got onlv a peal
from a locomotive whistle.
It was Gypsy In a new role,
that Qf vice-president of a rallv
road. But she had to make one
concession to her character. In-
stead of putting on her gloves as
she mounted to the caDlrr, she
took them off.
"But that's all today, boys,"
the perennial stripper cautioned.
Becoming vice-president of the
29-mlle Lancaster & Chested,
Railroad did not give Gypsy a
"first" In show business. Several
other entertainers are numbered
among the road's 37 veeps, all of
them honorary.
Col. Elliott White Springs, tex-
tile manufacturer who owns and
runs the L. 6i C. for his mills, let
Gypsy do the honors at the "un-
veiling" of the new Lancaster
railroad station.
She cut the ropes which re-
leased draped sheets from th
station front after 8prins in-
troduced her as "the gin who
has more curves than the L. St C*
Then Gypsy did her act on tha
locomotive. She also pullefl the
throttle after Springs explained
to her that a throttle Is "somef
thing that you pull, and some*
thing happens.
"Oh. I get it." Gypsy said. "Just
like a zipper."
mond guess brought In four dia-
mond tricks. But even though
Stayman actually won thirteen
tricks, he was satisfied with the
game contract. If the East-West
cards are shuffled up and re-
dealt several times, the North-
South cardB will produoe a slam
less than half the time.
In the second room, the North-
South cards were held by a very
experienced pair. Nevertheless,
they got themselves tangled up
and managed to land in a final
contract of six clubs. That con-
tract was, of course, easily de-
feated.
Try the North-South cards
With your brldge-playlng friends.
Give the North cards to one, and
the South cards to another, and
see whether they manage to sug-
gest a slam without actually
reaching one.
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Dodgers Edge Cardinals 3-2 To Increase Margin
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Bums Come From Behind
In Final Three Innings
S By United Press
NIW YORK, Juna 6 The Dodgers edged the
Cardinals 3-2 at Ebbets Field to take a four-and-one-half
game first place lead over them.
The Dodgers, now enjoying' Boston Red Sox for the fourth
their best lead since their 1947 straight time 1U-2at Chicago,
pennant Mason, topped the St.
Louis Cardinals In the last of the
ninth when Roy Campanella
doubled home Carl Furlllo and
handed Howie Pollet a relief de-
feat. .
Gil Hodges, two days ahtad ot
Babe Ruth's 60-homer pace of
19S7, blasted his 18th roundtrlp-
per for the Dodgers. Carl Ers-
klne won as a reliefer.
The Phillies' Jim Konstanty,
who has been blasted In relief dark contest. -
The Yankees ended a three-
game losing streak by snapping
Che Indians' winning stream at
nine games, winning 8-2 at
Cleveland.
The Tiger got four-hit shut-
out pitching irom Lefty uene
Bearden to defeat the Washing-
ton Senators 4-0 in a Detroit arc
contest.
The Browns downed the Ath-
letics 10-1 in a St. Louis after-
roles, was" no more effective as a |
Randy Gumpert won hit
starter and the Cubs knocked """% *SF3L .
ti~ h!. nottino nio hits In fourth straight without a lost
him out by getting nine mis in Bita Bra vieidiim
five innings as Bob Rush pitched 'Vr. "? www ox, yjeiaing
f,"hSKr" to win hi* third I e'iht hits, but wsj seldom in
a five-hitter to win his third
game.
The Cubs made all their runs;
In the fourth on a double by
trouble as the Cnicaguana
reached the Red Sox' pitcher*
for 15, including three by Jim
Hank Sauer and a two-run triple j B"sb,y who hit a two-run hom-
by Dee Pondy. The Phils made
two of their hits in the fifth to
get both o their runs.
Rookie Ralph Lapalme made
his first big league start a me-
morable one as the PiraWs ral-
lied around their manager, Bill
Merer, who has been under
fire, and banged out 21 hits to
brese in against the slumping
Braves.
Lapalme gave up only five hits
while Oeorge Metkovich paced
er. Gcrapert got two hits and,
like Busby, drove in three tal-
lies.
Allie Reynolds held the In-
dilans to five hits and the Yank-
ees backed hint up with IS, in-
cluding homers by Yogi Berra
and Bobby Brown. It also was
the first complete Job by a
Yankee pitcher in nine games.
Bearden, pitching one of his
best games for the Tigers since
his year of rookie stardom with
the 1848 World Champion Cleve-
the Pirates with four. Hank land Indians, battled Johnson, a
Schena, Ralph Klner and Wally new Senator pitcher. In a tight
Westlak and Oeorge Strickland I duel for seven innings In which
each hit a homer. The Braves I Johnson gave up only one run lr>
now have lost five straight. I defeat.
Sal Maglle won his ninth con-
secutive game for the New York
Giants to post the longest wln-
The others came on a homer
by Gerry Prlddy and a two-run
double by Johnny Groth off Re-
nlng streak In the majors this; llever Mickey Harris,
season. He battled obseure Harry Ned Garver won his eighth
f erkowskl in a scoreless game \ game of the seasona four-hitter
until the Giants provided him over the Athletics. He had a one-
with two runs In the seventh. Ted | hit shutout until the seventh in-
Kluszewski of the Reds homered nlng when the As put together
to destroy his shutout. three hits for their only run.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The White Sox. winning their
ENGINEERING FEAT
Easton, Pa.~iNEA)Lafayette
18th game In the last 2J. kept; hut out Penn State at baseball
three and one-half games In this spring, marking the Nittany
front of the second place New. Lions first whitewashing in sev-
Jfork Yankees by downing the en years.
National League American League
Teams Brooklyn Won Lost Pet. Teams v Won Lost Pet.
28 16 .636 Chicago 30 11 .732
St. Louis .... 24 21 .533 New York 28 16 .636
New York .... 25 23 .521 < Boston .... 26 IK Ml
Chicago .... 21 20 .512 Cleveland 24 tfl .545
22 2S .489 Det.'.it..... 20 > .476
24 .478 Washington 17 25 .4*5
Philadelphia 21 26 .447 Philadelphia 14 28 .316
Pill-.hu/li i- 17 27 .386 St. Louis 14 3 .304
?-
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia (N).
Cincinnati at New York
Pittsburgh at Hnston (N).
St. l.ouis at Brooklyn.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Chicago 3. Philadelphia 2.
Nei
(Night Game)
York S, Cincinnati 2.
(Night Game i
Pittsburgh Boston i.
St. Louis OM 0*2 0M2 9 2
Brooklyn 0M 111:t < 0
Munger, Pollet (t-S) and Rice,
Garagiola. Ratten, King, Erskine
(6-41 and Campanella.
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington al Chicago
Philadelphia at Cleveland (N).
New York at St. Louis (Nl.
Boston at Detroit.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 010 001 2318 13 1
Cleveland 000 610 0012 5 2
Reynolds (5-4) and Berra.
Wynn (4-6). Zuverink and He-
gan.
Boston 001 000 0012 >
Chicago 00 04 06s10 15 1
Nixon (3-1), Parnell. Evans and
Stobbs. Moss. Gumpert (4-0) and
Niarhos.
(Night Game)
Detroit 4, Washington 0.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 10, Philadelphia 1.
Brion Scores
Thrilling Win
Over Gardner
LONDON. June (UP'-Sports-
writers generally agreed that Ar-
gentine boxer Cesar Brion out-
classed and cleanly defeated
Jack Oardner. British heavv-
weight champion, and that the
bout here last night was a thrill-
ing action-packed contest.
The Daily Mail said, "Oardner;
Britain's Heavyweight Cham-
pion, Outspeeded. Outboxed By
Brion. Brion Clear Points Winner
Oardner, who went Into the fight
with a Jarred left wrist strapped
up, was not impressive and could
not match Brlon's variety of
punches nor was fast enough to
catch the Argentine boxer with
a heavy punen." %
The Daily Oraphlc said, "Ar-
gentine boxer was quickest into
action. Gardner went out trying
in the final round but was tore-
ad back and baffled by the speed
of Brlon's blow from both
hands." ,, .
The Dally Herald headlined,
"Brion Beats Out Champion."
The Herald's boxing expert. Clif-
ford Wehb, said, "Gardner was
over a stone heavier than his op-
ponent but Brion is very tough
and took plenty of punishment,
always coming back for more.
There was a lot of holding, vary
little clean punching, but it soon
became obvious that Oardnsr'a
weight advantage was going to
be a telling factor."
The News Chronicle said,
"Gardner was decisively the In-
ferior boxer but gave his best to
his opponent who was more than
a stone lighter but possessed of
much greater boxing experience.
"The defeat must not be'look-
ed upon as a tragedy by British
heavyweight boxing. Gardner is
still England's best and brightest
prospect. He proved he has great
courage. What's more Important,
it was a genuine pleasure to see
such a rfp-roaring battle. Not
often men of their weight can in-
flict so much punishment."
Ge i tun Relays
The relays held at the Gatun
Swimming Pool were conducted
by the Division of Schools, Physi-
cal Education and Recreation
and awards were furnished by
the Gatun Civic Council. Parti-
cipants included boys and girls
from KindergarWn through the
Eighth Grade.
18 yd. Kickboard 1) Phyllis
Smith; 2i Libby Pearson: 3> Ca-
rolyn Rowley; 4* Sandra Blanton,
li Michael Klasovsky; 2i Dennis
McNamee; 3i Richard Penning-
ton. li Helen George; 2< Phyllis
Smith; 31 Sandra Blanton; 4)
Carolyn Rowley. 11 Bob Williams;
2> Dennis McNamee.
15 yd. Free Style1> Bob Wil-
liams; 2t Helen Oeorge; 3> Den-
nis McNamee; 4i Phyllis Smith.
60 yd. Kickboard11 George
Cotton, Joseph Coffin, Raymond
Scheidegg, Fred Newhard: 2>
Billy Thrift. George Slaughter,
Billy Keepers, Terry Slaughter
60 yd.'Free Style 1 George
Cotton, Joseph Coffin, Raymond
George, Frect Newhard; 2i Billv
Thrllt, George Slaughter, Billy
Keepers, Terry Slaughter.
60 yd. Kickboard-1 Pamela;
Thertot, Charlene Oraves, Eliza-!
beth McLaren; 2' Kathy Asbury, I
Lynn Coffin, Marlyn Defen-,
baugh.
75 yd. Kickboard1) Rosalie!
Radel. Linda Cunningham, Pain- \
ala Therlot; 2> Wendy Cotton,1
Rachel Radel, Nancy Gibson.
75 yd. Medley1) Rachel Ra-!
del, Wendy Cotton, Nancy cot-i
ton; 21 Pamela Therlot, Rosalie j
Radel, Linda Cunningham.
75 yd. Free Style1 Rache!
Radel, Wendy Cotton. Nancy
Gibson; 2' Pamela Therlot. Ro-
salie Radel, Linda Cunningham.
2ft yd. Breast Strokeli Ra-
chel Kadel; 2i Rosalie Radel; 3>
Linda Cunningham; 4i Wendy
Cotton.
75 yd. Kickboard-D Bruce
Smith, Mickey Cunningham,:
George Slaughter; 2i Jack Wil-:
loughby, George Cotton. Mike
LaCrolx; 8) Jefiry Slaughter, Bob
Williams. Billy Thrift.
25 yd. Free Style1) Mickey'
Cunningham; 2i George Cotton;!
3rd Billy Thrift; 4th George
Slaughter.
25 yd. .Free Style1> Jack Wll-
loughby; 2i Jefiry "Slaughter; 3) j
Bruce Smith.
25yd. Breast Stroke- 1> Sheila I
McNamee; 2' Rachel Radel; 3)1
Mickey Cunningham; 4) Rosalie!
Radel.
Match Play Pairings Listed
For Gamboa Invitational Play
* # ?
PERENNIAL KING Johnny MacMurray tees off at Gamboa
m- the Isthmian Invitational tournament. The many-times
champion, wound up medalist and Is. as usual, favorite to
score In the match plav. Watching Johnnv shoot (in the
background) Is O ene Hochstedler, one of ths world-be
chamDions also taking part in the tourney.
Pacific Little League
Pitching Percentages
PitcherTeam Won
Techudy (Cur.i 1
Mead i Sears) ... 6
Hayden (Cum. 8
Bruhn (Sears t ... 7
Best (CUM .... 6
Salas 'Hill.' ... 4
WaUon, J. i Sears). 2
Kirkland (St. M/' 5
Bateman (Hill.'. 3
Lovelady (St. M.) 2
Phillips. E. (Pol.' 5
Klrschmeir (Fire.) 4
Schneider iFire.) 2
Lelsy (Hill.). ... 2
Loper (8t. M.). 2-.
Duran (Pol.) ... 0
Randal iFire.) 0
Million (Hill.' 0
Phillips. W. (Pol.). 0
Chittick (Pol.) 0
Winklosky i Sears) 0
Hamma (Flrei. 0
Lost Ave.
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2
2
3
2
1
4
3
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7
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Al Pennino To Be
Federico Plummer's
Opponent June 17
The Colon Boxing Commission.
In a meeting Monday, approved
the Al Pennino-Federico Plum-
mer ten-round bout for June 17
at the Colon Arena.
Pennino, who hails from
Brooklyn. N.Y., hIII be the first
white American boxer to ply his
wares in ths Republic since 1942
when Mike Belloise lost to Ja-
maica's Baby Al Brown.
The Italo-Ameriean is slated
to arrive on the Isthmus some
time this week. His record proves
that he is no green-horn In the
squared circle.
During the past five years he
has met such ring standouts as
Sandy Saddler, Charley Rlley,
Lulu Constantino, Harry Lasane,
Willie Pep, Maxie Shapiro and
present lightweight king James
Carter,
He decisiones Carter in eight
rounds baek hi 1947. He also
holds victories over Mas Perez.
Keith Nutall and Lew Jenkins.
He knocked out Jenkins early last
year.
TOP HURI.ERLittle Ronnie
Mead of the Sears team led the
Pacific Little League pitchers
with the highest percentage.
Ronnie won six and lost one for
an .857 mark. Hayden. top win-
ner of the circuit with 8-2, was
second with .800.
EXPERT
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ItlBRICflTIOn
WITH fAfTOK APPROVED
lUr}KKANI!>
Britain Holds
International
Car Speed Tests
LONDON. June 6 Two
hundred and seventy entries
from many nations have been at-
tracted by the International Mo-
tor Rally which opened in Brit-
ain today. The British War Of-
fice is cooperating with organiz-
ers of the rally to provide a con-
test of unusual Interest as part of
the program which will also in-
clude the staging of special speed
testa.
German motorists are compet-
ing lor the first time since before
the war. Their team consists of
Count Turf Wins
Polynesian Purse
NEW YORK, June 6 Kentucky Derby winner Count
Turf put on a typical stretch run
yesterday to take the Polynesian
Purse at Beunont Park. The Jack
Amlel colt won the New York fea-
ture after a thrilling stretch
drive with Combat Boot*.
The Polynesian drew a field of
three at the New York track. The
other starter was Preakness win-
ner Bold.
The early pace was set by Com-
bat Boots, with Bold second, and
Count Turf last. Heading around
the stretch turn, Conn McCreary
made his move with Count Turf,
and crossed the finish line a head
in front of Combat Boots.
The time for the mile and one-
16th was 1:42 3-5 over a fast
track. Count Turf paid $6.40 to
win. There was no other pay-off
because of the small field in thla
prep for the Belmont Stakes on
June 16.. third jewel In racing's
Triple Crown.
The pairing* of the qualifiers
in the PAA Isthmus Invitational
Tournament at the Gamboa Golf
Club were announced today.
All matches should be played
on the week ends, either Satur-
day or Sunday. However, if play-
ers find it necessary to play
matches on days other than
those designated, play may be
arranged between contestants by
mutual agreement.
It should be noted that the
Championship Flight consists of
32 players. The 16 who lose their
first matches will comprise the
First Flight. This arrangement
would normally result In the First
Flight being a week behind the
other flight* in determining a
winner, ,Tnereiore, in order tnat
all flight* will be completed In
the same week, only those con-
testants luted in the Champion-
ship Flight will play on or be-
fore Sunday, June 10. The first
matches listed in ail other flights
must be completed by Sunday,
June 17. The pairings;
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
Upper Bracket
J. MacMurray vs. Starrett.
J. Riley vs. Fleming.
Hammond vs. Spain.
C. Wood v. Joaqun de la
Guardia.
P. Trim. Jr. vs. O. Engelke.
J. Smith vs. Chandeck.
Macarrn vs. Zilkle.
Hochstedlar vs. c. MacMurray.
Lower Bracket
Corsale vs. Trim, Sr.
Jankus vs. M. Muller.
Brbaro .vs. Beall.
Lewter vs. Richmond.
G. Rlley vs. Dr. Gerrans.
Hlnkle va. Schenck.
A. Galindo vs. Murray.
Lombrola vs. Hoverson.
8ECOND FLIGHT
Halligan vs. G. Galindo.
Euper vs. Glickenhaus.
S. Brown vs. F. Day.
LeBrun vs. Oerhart.
Toone vs. Oardner.
P. Engelke vs. Garriel.
Bubb vs. Kenna.
Hunsicker vs. F. Williams.
THIRD FLIGHT
Durham vs. Dr. Byrd.
R. Medinger vs. B, Hattler, Jr.
T. Heldenrlch vs. Olbson
J. Wright vs. C, Thompson.
P. Rlley vs. O. Gregory.
O. Oraob vs. Welborn.
Robinson vs. Middlebrook.
M. French vs. Worley.
FOURTH FLIGHT
Stroop vs. Koepke.
Morland vs. W. A. Daniels
Ellch v. Livingston.
Boran vs. Folks.
I ves vs. Berry.
Juan de la Guardia s. Clement.
Prince vs. B. Engelke.
E. de la Guardia vs. Slaughter.
Dunlop Tennlt
Tourney Play
Continues Today
Play in the Dunlop Tennis
Tournament continues this aiter-
noon with Cernelli meeting San-
chez. All matches take place at
the Panam Olympic Tennis
Courts.
Matches will be postponed on-
ly in case of rain. Postponed
matches will be rescheduled &y
the Tennis Commission without
interrupting th regular sched-
ule.
Tomorrow, 4:30 p.m.R. Alfa-
ro vs, R. Davidson.
Friday, S:30 p.m.K. Young
vs. O. Maduro.
Saturday, 3:30 p.m.O. Mld-
ence vs. F. Hladky; 4:30 p.m.O.
Howeil vs. C. Elle.
Sunday, 8:30 a.m.L. Rui* V.
v. A. Maduro; 9:30 am.M. Fis-
cher vs. H. Randall.
CUN CLUB
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miles per hour is required be-
tween control points including all
halts for refuelling rest or food.
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Charlie DUharoon has been
appointed chairman of the Gam-
boa Gun Club Committee and
has arranged a "coming-out'
shoot for Sunday, June 10.
To Isthmian shooters this ap-
pointment of Dlsharoon means
action because Charlie has been
one of our outstanding shoot-
ers for many years and long has
believed that the Gamboa trap
and skeet ranges should be re-
activated so that'-Ills fellow
shooters could again enjoy a
pleasure they have been denied
over a year.
Charlie plans tohold shoots on
alternate Sundays and until fur-
ther notice the price per string
will be the same as at other gun
clubs.
For the'Jane 10 shoot Charlie
invites all shooters and their fa-
milies to come to Gamboa and
make a day of it. Lunch will be
served "on the house."
Margarita Summer Hoop
League Being Organized
All teams In the Canal Zone,
who are Interested In entering a
team in the Margarita Night
League, are asked to call Coach
Moser, at the Margarita Gymna-
sium Phone 3-2300.
All service teams'are invited to
enter their teams In this league.
Several Army teams from Gulick,
and the Navy team from Coco
Solo, which played In this league
last year, are asked to call the
Gymnasium.
The league will start on the
18th of this month, If there are
sufficient entries.
by
JOE WILLIAMS
With Cleveland's Bob Lemon It was close, ait no cigar. T#
achieve a perfect game, baseball rarity of rarities, a pitcher must
turn hack S7 hitters In a row, minimum for nine innings of play*
Lemon missed by one.
When Detroit's Vic Wertr, first up in the eighth, hit one into-
the seats tho big right-hander's ticket to the Hall of Fame wag
rendered null and void. Werte was the only Tiger to get on tho
only one to hit In an otherwise fautlessly pitched game.
Since the turn of the century there hava bean only four per-
fect games. Cy Young In '04, Addle Joss, '08, Ernie Shore, '17, and
Charley Robertson, '28. Young and Joss were authentic greats.
5S2f*i w?i Tfr lu*" f,,r Robln was run of mine. In tat
book, incidentally, Shore does not belong: There is a patch on his
robes of immortality.
It la my contention that unless a pitcher has worked a full
game it can not be said h worked a perfect game. Shore pitched
to only 26 hltteri He relieved fellow named Ruth in tho first
inning. Ruth walked the first hitter, protested angrily and waa
ordered from the game.
Thla was a perfect game as far as Shore went but whether ho
would have got the first hitter has to be pure speculation. To as-
sume that he would have, as was arbitrarily done, is to deal in
fancy Who knows but what the first hitter would have hit ono
into the seats, Juat as Wertz did? A perfect performance should
never call for an explanation and the records pointedly call the
historian s attention to the fact that Shore did not face 27 hitters,
the required number. How then can it properly be catalogued a*
a perfect game?
EVEN TV COBB WAS BLANKED
In these thing luck must run with skill as an entry, in Rob-
ertson s case luck waa the more important factor. It had to bo
because he was not a topnotch pitcher. But on this particular day
everything broke Just right for him; every ball that was hit went
directly into the hands of the defense.
Tht fraction which separates an out from a hit often is no
wider than a fraction of an inch. In the same an outfielder will
run to the fence to take a triple irom a power hitter and a weak-
hitting pitcher will drop a blooper between the outfield and the
infield for a game-winning ingle. Once a hitter swings there \a
no telling for sure where the ball Is going to drop.
Nevertheloa, on this dayfacing the Tigers of Ty Cdbb'e era j
Robertson, then with the White Sox, was, thanks to his support.]
control and the kindly smiles of fate, Invincible. Unlike Shore, hlaj
]>errect game needs no apology. It was thoroughly legitimate/
Not a runner reached first and the great Cobb was as frustrated
as the others.
Lemon is no Robertson. His equipment is genuinely big league
There are, Indeed, few better. For the past three seasons he ha
been a 20-game winner. In '48against the Tigershe turned in
no-run, no-hit game. \t would therefore, havo boon no momj
mental shock if he had come up with a game utterly free of flai
That Inck plays a major role in perfection is reflected In _,
records. Some of the truly great pitchers of baseball never knf
the glory of a no-hit performance. Notably Grover Cleveland Alo
ander and Lefty Grove. Not to mention Herb Pennock. And thi
fellows were around for years. Pennock 22. Alexander 20, Grove

NO-HITTERS BY UNKNOWNS
Consider Alexander. He worked In 096 games. True, they word*1
not all complete games. But aa a guess he had 600 shots at a no-
hltter and never made It. iln one season he had four one-hitters):
And keep in mind he was extra special, For three straight years he
won 30 or more. His 90 shutouts still tops the NL. You say he was
seldom with a good club? Correct. But he was with a pennant
winner In '15and Robertson's perfect game, as a reminder, was
with a fifth-place club.
Walter Jonson. the greatest pitcher I ever saw, bad been In.
the majors 10 years and was beginning to lose his blinding speed
before he got his first and only no-hltter, a characteristic 1-0 win.
And If any pitcher was ever capable of striking out 27 hitters Big
Swift was the one. His all-career mark of 3497 strikouts will never
be touched. And his corollary mark of 113 shutouts promises to
be equally as enduring, '
When the yak yak gets around to great pitchers how often do
you hear the names of Jim Lavender. Joe Benz. Ernie Koob, Bob
Burke and Ed Head mentioned. Not too often, I'm sure. Yet. they
all racked up no-hitters'. Ray Caldwell had been discarded by th
Yankees as defunct when, in a Cleveland uniform, he turned on
them and pitched a scoreless no-bitter, provoking Miller Huggins
to mutter after the game: "Ho must have got some sleep last
night."
Yes. Lemon almost made it. but In sports almost Is not enough.
Who remembers that Brevity, boxed In and knocked off stride ao
the start, was second by Inches to Bold Venture In the '36 Derby, or
that not more than a Whisker separated Head Play from Broker's
Tip, the '33 winner? Everybody knows B*n Hogan won the Na-
tional Open golf championship last year. But now many recall
that an obscure fellow named George Fazio failed by the turn of
a single putt? The winner goes to dinner.


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f^acinc Society
**<*3,ii"tl(3"w*t 7 Nazi Mass Murderers Near
So, 393, (Satboa J4ifkhM. iSalbom 2872
GENERAL AND MRS. MORRIS______
WILL HONOR PARAGUAYAN OFFICERS
Invitation have ben leaned to a dinner arti on Satur-
day, at 7;M p.m. t bt (Inn by the Conuruinder-lij-Chlef.
CaribbeanCg&utaod. General Wfi.la.iB. H. Merris.Jr. and*
Mr. Morris, In honer o| M*lar-Qeneral EmUlo Was de >ver,
Coromandevln-Chle! of the Mr VereN ew*uay. at Cen-
tral MorrU' quarter! on Quarry Keiihta.
Senior t la Member
Are Mreakfest Cueste .
The memben of the iraduat-
tna clai of Balboa Hlih ichool
were breakfast iueU thi morn-
IS? 13t fffe&SWK I i ^n. Sally Ackerman, Joan
Ion Auxiliary, Department o
Manama Cani Zone, will open
Krloay, June V, at iorth Sher-
man.
In attendance from the Paci-
fic tide communities will be the
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelley
Honored At Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Oliver
of 8an Juan Place, Ancn, com-
Sllmented Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
ellev of Cristobal, their son
Thomas, and daughter, Patricia
with a dinner party recently,
riven at their home. Covers were
[aid for 15. The Kelleys will leave
shortly for a vacation in the
States.
a member of the claas of 1951
which was graduated last even-
ing. The breakfast climaxed the
traditional "wee hours" celebra-
tion of Balboa High's graduating
class
George Downing 8albi
Aboard S.S. Ancon
George Downing, son ,ot
Mr.
Mary Hanrahan, Jacque Hutch-
uigs, Shirley Karst, Peggy Lowe,
Mary Morley, Jacqueline Morrlll,
Claudia Nolan, Cecil Russell, Vir-
ginia Belby, Barbara Shaw, Sha-
ron Slgfrla, Annt Stapler, Mar-
garet Strauss, Nancy wells, Ann
West, and Herminia Ellos.
The staff members who will
and Mrs W L. Downing *of An- attend afe: Mrs. Nelson Magner,
con, sailed today from New York;u.rectpr; Mrs. Arthur V Cor-,
on re SB Ancon after complet-' oett. Aamlnlstratlon, assisted by
ing his sophomore year at Villa-: Mrs. William Loehr; Mr. Kay |
nove College In Vlllanova. Pa He
Mr. Lerohon Entertains
For Mrs- Aekorman Today
Mrs. Adolph Ackerman wag the
guest of honor at a luncheon at
12:30 p.m. today at the Hotel Tl-
voli, given by Mrs. F. H. Lerchen
of Balboa Heights.
Mrs. Ackerman and her child-
ren are guests at the Hotel El
Panam, and are visiting the
Isthmus an route to Sao Paulo,
Brazil, to Join Mr. Ackerman,
who is managing a hydroelectric
project there. The Ackermans
were Canal Zone residents dur-
(Continued on Page SIX)

End Of Slow Road To Gallows
will spend the summer with his
parents in Ancon.
Mr. and Mr*. Llndh Return
From Visit To Miami r.. -
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Llndh Iselors;
havt returned to Ancon from a
short visit to Miami. They will
leave shortly for Managua, Ni-
caragua, where Mr. Llndh will
be manager for Pan-American
Airways.
* isner, Director of Education, as-
iiteu oy Mrs. Pat Ryan and Miss
Annette Goooy, Governor of iw>u
CariDbean Girls' State; Mrs.
Richard Carle, Mrs. Vera 81m-
onstn, Mrs. Wilber Galusha, and
Mrs. Jack Ban- aa senior coun-
Miss Patricia Walker,
Birthday Party For
Samuel Witkin
Mrs. Nathan Witkin entertain-
ed several guests at her residence
In Balboa Monday at a birthday
party in honor of the sixth birth-
day of hen son. Samuel Witkin
The young gueats were enter-
tained with colored movie shorts
during the afternoon.
Mrs. Gordon And Daughter
Leavi The Isthmus
Mrs, Joseph x Gordon ana ner
daughter, Nancy Lee, are leaving
Friday by plane for Washington,
D.C., after spending a year In
Ancon. Mr. Gordon, who la as-
sociated with the General Ac-
counting Office of the U.S. Gov-
ernment, will Join them at the
end of the month.
Hamadan Grotto Meets
Tonight In Pedro Miguel
There will be a meeting of the
Hamadan Orotto at the Pedro.
Miguel Masonic Temple tonight | Girls' 8tato will be inuagurated
at 7:30 p.m. Since this will be i at a ceremony to which the pub-
Miss Sonya Morley, Miss Marge
Wiley, Miss Juanua Meeks, ana
Miss Carolyn Smouse, all 1050
Girl Staters, as Junior Coun-
selors; Mrs. Steve Ralney, Re-
creation Director; Miss Jean
Dougn, Editorial Chief; Mrs. John
Youa.t, House Mother; Mrs. Ruth
Daniel, Transportation Chair-
man; Mrs. George Nadeau, Pre-
sident of the American Legion
Auxiliary, Department of Pana-
m Canal Zone, will act aa of-
ficial hostess throughout the
week. She will be assisted by Mrs.
John Crawford.
The kitchen and-dlnlng room
will oe In charge of an Army
mess sergeant.
The program, which will be
concentrated on city government
the first day, county and state
government the second day, will
move rapidly through Instruction
periods to election of city offi-
cials and the preliminaries to
county and state elections. The
county and state elections will
be held Sunday morning, follow-
ing church services.
Sunday afternoon at I p. m.
the now Governor of Caribbean
the last meeting until fall, all
members are urged to attend.
He is cordially Invited.
Girls' State will be located at
Building 208, Fort Sherman.
Anita Campbell's
Engagement Announced
Mr, and Mrs. Fred E. Campbell
con, after completing' his aopho- i of Balboa announce the engage-
more year at Nofre Dame Vni-|ment and approaching: mamage
versit;
his panurMr~an'd'Ms7 John i artd"Mrs. John Hall of Murphy,
E. Ridge of Margarita before North Carolina.
Joseph Ridge Will
Return From Notre Danit
Joseph Ridge sailed from New
York today aboard the 8.8. An-
jltv in South Bend, Indiana, of their daughter, Anita Claire,
will spend a month here with I to Sgt. Russell C. Hall, son of Mr.
perore
leaving for Camp Pendleton, Ca-
lifornia, for several weeks train-
ing with the Marine Air Corps
Sgt. Hall Is stationed with the
33rd Infantry at Fort Kobbe. The
Reserve before returning to Notre, wedding will take^ place^ at^slx
Dame University In the fall.
Lilian Saphlr's Final
Exhibit At Tivoli
Four water color paintings
studies and landscapes by the
well-known Isthmian artist, Li-
lian Saphlr. are included In the
current exhibition of the Na-
tional League of American Pen-
women in the Little Gallery at
the Hotel Tivoli. This is Mrs. Sa-
phir's last public showing of her
patntinas before she leaves the
Canal Zone for Washington, D.C..
where she and her husband will
make their future home.
o'clock on June 30 at the Fort
Amador Chapal- No Invitations
have been extended, but all
lriends are invited to the wedd-
ing and to the reception to be
held at the Fort Kobbe N.C.O.
Club immediately afterward.
Mrs. Pilliod Honored
At Handkerchief Shower
Mrs. Thomas Spencer enter-
tained at a handkerchief shower
and dessert bridge recently In
honor of Mrs. C. J. Pllllod of
Panam City, who Is leaving soon
with her husband to make their
home in Lima. Peru. Guests at
the ihower wera Mrs. Robert G.
Caribbean liria* State Matheney, Mrs. Curtis B. Dar-
Will Open Friday den, Mrs. George Dllfer. Mrs. An-
The Caribbean Girls' State, ,gus Matheney, Mrs. W.B. Mal-
ponsored by the American Le-1 Tory, and Mrs. Paul Friedman.
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LAND6BERG, Germany, June
6. (UP) American officials In
Germany were told by Washing-
ton last night to proceed with
the executions of the seven Nazi
war criminals, last of Adolf Hit-
ler's mass murder overlords, wait-
ing in Landsberg prison to hang.
Today the wives of the seven
condemned men visited them for
perhaps the last time.
Prison sources said some of the
condemned criminals were be-
ginning to "break up" as the hour
of their execution neared.
Many Landsberg townsfolk are
openly critical of the United
States authorities for "failure to
make up their minds."
They suspect there might still
be another stay of execution for
the oft-reprieved, red-Jacketed
men.
But aven though no graves are
vet being dug by the prlaon au-
thorities, other signs Indicate the
hangings will take place within
the next 48 hours.
Presumably no announcement
will be made until after the
seven have dropped through the
traps of the gallows erected hi
the yard of the prison where Hit-
ler wrote "Mein Kamp" before
his rise to power.
United 8tates High CommU-
stoner John J. McCloy said he had
heard unofficially of another re-
ported appeal by Warren A. Ma-
gee. Washington attorney retain-
ed by the Bonn government to
represent the condemned men In
Washington, but added:
"I don't think I need another
clearance- The last word that
I've had Is that all stays are off."
A United States Federal Court
injunction delaying the hangings month under his personal super-
expired at 2 p.m. yesterday, vision.
Granted two weeks ago. it came The majority of the German
Just two hours before the seven press echoed Government leaders
were scheduled to mount the Sal-! protests against the executions,
lows. | although some argued they
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by an American War Crimes
Court of the slaughter of thou-
sands of concentration camp In-
mates, mostly Jews. Their exe-
cutions have been scheduled
and postponed three times
since Jan. 30.
The seven condemned men are:
SS Gen. Oswal PohWlabeled the
greatest slave master in history.
Destroyed the Warsaw ghetto
and deported or exterminated
56,000 Jews.
SS Col. Paul Blobel, who order-
ed the slaughter of 80,000 persons
in two days.
Werner Braune, a Gestapo
chle! in charge of extermination
units.
Otto Ohlendorf, assistant to
Braune. Hi* extermination units
killed about 90,000 persons in one
year.
Erich Naumann. SS general,
whose units killed many thou-
sands, chiefly Jews and Gypsies.
George Schallermalr, convicted
of whipping prisoners to death in
notorious Dachau.
Hans Schmidt. In charge of ex-
ecutions at Buchenwald where 5.-
000 Inmates were killed each
over with as soon as possible."
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Symphony Orcheatra, died here
Monday night of a virus infec-
tion. .
An early refugee from Russian
Bolshevism, he conducted the
Boston Symphony for 23 years
before he retired last year.
Only his wile Olga Naumoff
was at the conductor's bedside
when he died at the New Eng-
land Medical Center. He had at-
tempted to conceal his condition
to avoid cancelling his plans to
conduct the Berkshire Musical
Festival at Tanglewood, Mass.,
later this year.
Koussevltzkv's friend* said he
had been HI for several months
following a euest conductina tour
across the United States, and to
Cuba, Brazil and Israel.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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i-OR SALE
Household
fC* JALE: Household articles.
...i^oytag. 25-cycle wjshing mo-
chine. Dry closet 16 1-2 x 36"
V. Phone Navy 2234. Qtrs.
1343-A. Ouorontine oRad, 15 N.
rotP- .________
FCH- SALC:Bombeo choir nd Ot-
tuY3n an plastic covered, innerspring
" iushions. 4- bomboo diningroom
" chairs. 1 coffee table, child bed
end high chair, 25 cycle Bendix.
Kodak 3. mm. Mag. I.?. Kodk
J ft. Projector.-Day light screen.
1 Hol'-x 22$ Pedro Miguel. Tel. 4-
319.
FCW SALE -^--Mohogony bedroom set,
$175 or seporotely es follows. Va-
r. ty witti mirror 4x5 and stool
$60.00. wardrobe double doors
w:th-mirrori. $55.00. double bed
coil spring and mottress, $45.00,
night table $15.00. House 2002-
A, Curunrju.
FOR SALE Westinghous refriger-
ator 9'. 6 months left on guaran-
tee (25 cycle), Venetian blinds,
fjenerql electric radio, miscella-
neous tools, girl's bicycle (26"),
Bendix washer (25 cycle). Chinese
hook run, bed lomps, tan window
shodes, floor lomps.' single ond
FOR SALE
Automobile*
efere "r USED cor lee Mr.
Lobo, ha (all* the keit uicd can In
town. AUTOLANDIA 4th. of July
Ave. No. IS. Tal. 2-3115.
FCR SALE: Pockord Sedan 1942
modal. Radio. elect. Windshield
Wipers, good tires. Phone 3-2561.
FOR SALE:Nosh Ambassador, 4
door 1940, insured. In good con-
dition. $300.00. Phone 25-3355.
FOR SALE: 1942 Pl/mouth. 2-
door Stdon. A-l condition. Price
$400. Coll a house 2002-A, Cu-
rundu
FOR SALE:Thie Week. 19S0 Oldi-
mobile 76 Holiday Coupr- Hydro -
morir, radio, signar direction!,
clock, undcrcaatcd, 7100 mil!
$2.600.00. Duty Mid- Fhana: 3-
3107.
FOR SALE:1947 Chevrolet 4-door
Sedan, excellent condition, $800
00. Coll P. A. D. 3118. House 551
B, Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:'1946 Dodge, four door
*dan, 39,000 miles, nylon seat
covers. $850 00. Coll 83-2107.
Qtrs. 557 B, Curundu Hgts., C/Z.
rk* ble-bed spreads. singer electric FOR SALE: 1947 fuSck. 4 Doqr Se-
.. w.ng mochine 25 cycle, girl
tout uniform size 10, mohogony
tob'le. House 610-C, Cocoli. Phone
' 2-10671_______^__________
tCR' SALELivingroom set, with
moci'ni drapes ond mohogany
bedroom set ot 615-D, Cocoli, Ca-
ppl Zone, Mrs. Biumheny. Tel. 4-
dan, 31.000 actual miles, one own-
er, new tires, plastic covers, best
offer over $1 000. 83-5195 or
86-4165.
MISCELLANEOUS
7o you h*v a drinking problem?
Writ* Alcoholic! Anonymoul
oi 2031 A neon, C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
RESORTS
cVilliom Sonta Clora Beach Cottuges
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends
FOR SALF:High gloss oil polnt$
and enamels. Mildew-prool. $3.25
gallon r rep i dura Stores.
We wish to advise all poultry raisers
thot a varied shipment of the in-
superable Full-O-Pep feeds has
arrived. Prices of oil types are os
follows: 100 Lb. sacks. $6.75; 50
Lb. sacks, $3 40; 25 Lb. sapfcf.
$1.75. Molino Criollo, Panama.
FOR SALE: Shotgun, 12 gouge
pump, $65.00, Phone 36-318.
FCR SALE:Kreiter upright piano,-
excellent tone, $200. Two metal
lown chairs, $5-00 each. Ctyld
oak desk, $10.00. Webster Chicow
go model 178 wire recorder with
2 microphones, 2 takeup reels,
10-one hour spools wire. 6 spore
spools, $125.00. Quarters 122-
Albrook. Telephone 86-4107.
FOR SALE: Men's bicycle
"Compra Venta Casino", No. 258
Control Avenue. Telephone 3-1524
or 3-3021, Ponami.
?lit .-
FOR SALE: 1951 Metollic Green
Custom Tudor V8 Ford. WSW
tires ond radio. PhOne 83V6251.
after 4 p. m.
FQB SALE: Baby crib, $15.00.
' Small bar., $20.00. Mahogany
chest ot drawers, $35.00. Maho-
gany ward-obe. $50.00. Baby
wardrobe, $20.00. Chipa closet,
S33-.O0. Afiply Ecuador Avenue No.
10! -
FOR SALE:-
De Luxe,
2-2064.
f ROB SALE:Plostic lampshades. Ca-
no::a set:.. Still a few left. At so-
f cilice prices, HASMO S. A., 51
. Vio Espaa.
FOR" SALE: 1948 "Frigldaire" re-
i^-drigerjtoi, 25 cycle, 6 cu. ft. SMI
baV yars guarantee with com-
vVfipw. $.150-00 cash. NO. 31, 5fh
Sheet'. Poroue Lefevre.
* ST"SAL "or" EXCHANGE: 60
eye.'e Coldrpet, 8.5 cu. ft. lull
Uith freezer, over four years guar-
antee. House 90-B, New Cnsto-
"' M. _____________
.rOauSALE-:Mchogany dining ond
i .-Jfcedroom et, prccticolly new. plas-
tic livingroom suit (overstuff) one
smoll upright piono and miscella-
neous furniture. House 112-B. Jo-
* -djvin Avenue. Gamboo.
-1949. Plymouth Special
like new. Call Panama
FOR SALE:1947 four door black
Chevrolet Sedon, Excellent me-
chanicol condition. Telephone Al-
brook 3213 after 1600.,
FOR SALE: Leovin for States.
1941 Plymouth Cltib Coupe, new
paint. Philco rodio. 8065, 8th St
New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:Pontiac dark blue, hy-
dramotic, new tires, 4 door, low
mileage, priced Jo sell. Coll 2-
0360. to
, -------------------, .,., ,.
FOR SALE:47 Ford. 4 door, rodio.
S700.00. Tel. 273-3296 week
days.
FOR SALE: Just received famous*
Brunswick cloth ond supplies. For
prices contact Mr. Courtney. Tel.
Panama 2-0834 2-0835. Mr,
Granie, Colon 362.
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FOR SALE: Commander; Bruns-
wich Billiard table 4 1-2x9 w.th
championship, super speed rails,
all playing equipment including set
cast phenolic bolls. $625.00. Con-
tact Mr. Courtney. Tel. Ponama
2-0834 2-0835. Mr. Granie.
Tel. Colon 362.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Clara
Box riimbei 435. Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gramlich's Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gas
Stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6
541 or 4-567.
Enjoy an inexpensive vocation. Every-
thing for you and your children.
Shrapnel's houses on beach of
Sonta' Clora, No reservations ne-
cessary.
FOR RENT
, House
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern' furnished-unfurnished apart
rrujnt. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Modern cholet, 3 bed-
rooms, overlooking Golf Club, Lo
Carrasquilla, $90.00 monthly. Mi-
guel Hive, phone 3-2145.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
To regular users of
WELDWOOD GLUE
Our lone-delayed shipment
. HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Now available, for the first
time In Panam, in
3'.- o. to 25 pound tins.
CEO. F. NOVE*, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. J-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
*r
K.uVK^siraiuvE"s
nd
us or vtslf
iistom in,in rural-
SHIO.N
IOLSTr_
our how-room
ralor s lahrln. Fro* -estimate NA
TONAL fJPHOLSTTBI (AH?**
f- e to Oru No. 77 (Auto Rowi
New Telephone S-4KS.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
oportment, two bedrooms, large
kitchen, oil utilities ond utensils.
COOL. Two months only. July and
August. Reasonable. Phone Pon.
2-1264, 7 o. m. to 4.00 p. m.
Evenings 3-3010 Mr. Powell.
FOR SALE:Hond trunk, good con-
cords opd miscelloneous records
ditirn. reosonable. 4 albums of re-
cheap. 0788-A, Williamson Ptace.
FOR SALE
Motorcyfle"
FOR SALE:Cushman motor scoot-
er. Ipte model. IjKe.^ew. $200,00.
CHrs. 122-A. Albrook, 86-4107.
Zapp's 'Toy Show'
Draws Merchants
FOR RENT:Two bedroom opart-
ment, dining-hvingroom, screened,
B. 60.00. Entrance San Francisco,
key 85 Cubo Avenue, telephone
3-0841.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished.opart-
ment including electric Refriger-
otor, porch, parlor diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen, sanitary serv*,
garage, tiled. All screened. $50.-
00. Inquire 1 1-2 \Via Belisorio
Porros near SAS Store.
-1
FOR RENT: Beautiful oportment.
one bedroom, kitchen ond porch.
For information dpdly personally'
or Mercado Modelo, East 29jh ond
Justo Arosemeno. Don't call by te-
lephone.
LUX
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BLINDS
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Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
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Porras
Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR SALE:Mercury 1950 Convert-
ible Color blue,' 5,000 rrjiles. cor
like new, white side'tire's. Call S. i
_A_j_S.,vic.Std,idn.Ter. 3-0035. j^Q !ntCmaflOHdI
, 6l*. SALC.:I hove two refrigerators,
,ie $140.00. one $90.00. Take
V "yyour choice I'll keep the ether
"' one. Tel. 3-0406.
t^Ttr FOUND
LOST: Hunting dog. white, with
' *B!ack and brown pots, in vicinrty
f Cement Fcctory. Answers to
- r%me '-'Teny.!' Call 2-0059. H
'J fodripufz. "
' FSSONS
"'leeen poise, grace, balance ond self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Lecjve name, address, chene at
desW Balboo YMCA or Etx 106
| Balboa. Hornett & Dunn.
4/.USIC Beginner-, ond those who
already p!oy; try new foscinatrig
p^no rncihod which guorontccs
_ fast results. Free demonstration,
Benn-tr No. 9 Juan B. Sosa. Tel.
2-12S2.
FOR SALE1940 Studebaker Chom-
pion, good condition. $200.00, Lo
Boco Road, 902. Apt. C. Tel. 2-
1942.
FCR SALEMORRIS MINOR, proc-
tically brand new, 1,500 mile,
will lose B.200. CanoJ Zone- pur-
eha:er. Fhone Mrs. Wilson, Pon-
cmo 2-1259.
JUST RECEIVED NcW SHIPMENT
OF RADIATOR HOSE FOR ALL
MAKES Tropicol Motors.
FOR SALE:1950 Lincoln with Hy-
dromotic, radie, new tires, per.ect
condition, $2.500.00. Owner leav-
ing ccuntry. Phone 85-875- HI -
I :00 p. m. i 5-7-,p. m.l. Colon.
Wanted Position
WANTED:White woman experi-
ence in coring lor children, desires
job as baby ster. Curundu 86:
6228.
t.eotn Sponirh with Mrs. Romero
wonc**rful conv*rr.it!cnol system.
-- -Estud.tfhte St. 77-A.
FOR SALE
Rnutf* & MkIoth
WANTEDGood cook. Must wash
clothes. Apply Veneiuelo Street
No. 10, upstairs, after 1 p. m.
WANTED
MiiM-ellaneous
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. 9. couple desires modern house
in residentiol section such os Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
vgn lea;e. Panama 3-1684, 5 to
8 p. m.
FOR SALE OR TRADE For most
anything 1 eo. 1-2. 1-3, 2 eo.
. 1-4 H.P., 25 Cyl. motors. Phone
Ft. Clayton 5197 after 5.
At Last!
FROSTOFOLD
PACKAGING
for your
HOMr IKII/KR
Quart Sise Box
rint Size Box
Quart Bafs
Pint Ban
Poultry Bafs
Plastic Wrap
StecKlnette Wrap
HASMO
Si Va Espaa
Position Offered
Bilingual American with Administra-
tive, Soles, Transportaron & Cen-
eral Business Experience desires po-
sition. Write J. D. Box 134, Pan-
ama.
The Irving Zapp Company.
S. A., realizing: the expense In-
volved in a buvlnR trip to the
United Etates their Xmas pur-
chases for the time being, have
taken the initiative has ar-
ranged to exhibit a large sam-
ple-line o the latest American
toys, and also an assortment of
Xmas decorations, lights, and
gift Items
This exhibition in the lobbv
of the International Hotel Ls
artistically arranged and has
found the highest approval of
the manv merchants who have
visited it.
The unsettled world situation
makes it necessary, for the
merchants to place their or-
ders earlier in the year, to
guarantee delivery for' their
sales.
The. "sample show" method of
selling, which has proved suc-
cessful In New York, Chicago,
and in European markets, not
only gives merchants an op-
portunity to shop early but also
presents ls a fertile field for
merchandLMng ideas.
Robinson To Defend
Middleweight Crown
Against Randy Turoin
LONDON, June 6 (UPi "Su-
gar" Ray Robinson, world mid-
dleweight champion, will defend
his title against Randolph Tur-
pin, British and European mid-
dleweight champion, in a 15-
round bout at Earl's Court Lon-
don on July 10.
The fight will be promoted by
Jack Solomons who obtained
Robinson's consent after wells of
negotiation. Robinson wanted
35.000 pounds sterling but Solo-
mons was only prepared to go to
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished one or
two bedroom apartment without
children. Nice location, cool and
quiet. No. 82, Belisorio Porros
Road. '
FOR RENT:Semi furnished oport-
ment. Frigidaire, modern conve-
niences. 120-A, San Francisco
highwoy. near Roosevelt Theatre.
Inquire house In rear.
FOR RENT:Two room opartments,
with garage, laundry faciitles,
10th street, Poitillo, strictly resi-
dentiol section, $80.00, call Tel.
2-2021. Ponami.
FOR RENT:Small furnished opart-
ment. oil screened, livingroom.
bedroom, kitchen and both, Frigi-
daire. Telephone 3-1648.
-OR RENT
K
nom
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
porch, kitchen if desired. Apply
over Chose Bonk, corner 1 I th &
Bolivar. ortly entrance Bolivar.
House 10123; phone 233 Colon.
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. Panam. 2-2386 2-3265
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, cleon
cool.room. Aneis if desired, apart-
ment 3, Bello Visto. 46th Street
No. 18-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Upper floor ot th*
Ponamo Trust Co. with or without
office furniture Area 4.000 square
feet, with air conditioning and te-
lephone switchboard. Apply Pon-
cria Truft Co. for Information.
Magician 'Chang'
Opens New Show
At Bella Vista
Fiery, Itching
Toes and Feet
Here Is a clean, ulnlen antiieptlr oil
now dispenred by chemists at triflinf
cost. that will do more to help you get
rid of yotr trouble than anything you ve
ever used.
Its action Is so powerfully penetrating
tha the Itihlng U Irutantiv stopped: and
in a short Ume you are rid of that both-
ersome, fiery ec/.eina. TH ,Mrui la true
el Barbera Itch. Salt Rheum. Uchang
I Toa and Feetother Irrllaling umightly
skin troubles
You can obtain Moone's tmerald Oil
I In the original bottle at any modern
drug store II l ufe to mm and failure
In any of the ailments noted above I*
are indeed.
Chang the great Panamanian
Magician has returned to his
homeland and will start an en-
. agement at the Bella Vista
25,000 pounds sterling, which the Theater tomorrow evening. He
champ rejected.
Although Solomons refused to
disclose the exact amount, it was
believed that a compromise was
reached at 30,000 pounds sterling
a record for any light in Eng-
land.
Group Meetings
The Pioneer Elks Club of the
Imoroved Benevolent and Pro-
tective Order of Elks of the
World will convene tomorrow at
7:45 p.m. at the Court Ino T.
Wallace Lodge Hall. 24th Si
East bis.
Nomination and election of
officers for the June-December
errn will be held. Membera are
requested to be on time.
Is en route to Buenos Aires,
where he will probably plav a
nine-month engagement in one
theater.
Chang requires two large
cargo planes. Just to transport
the paraphernalia and scenery
of his shows. He brings with him
manv new tricks. Chang ls si,
well known that his name alone
ls synonymous with the beat In
entertainment.
He opens this time at the
Bella Vista Theatre on tomorrow
9 p. m. He will offer a most
spectacular and completely new
shownever before seen In Pa-
nama.
Admission price will be $1.0(1
| for a clever show natrons Pncl
I more than \our money's worth.'
ROLLEIFLEX
C0NTAX
POLAROID
Land CAMERA
Below U.S. Prices.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt. I '
Tel. -.13S7
HOURS: Monday thru r'rlday
to 12 am
Meatfly, Wednesday. Thursday
to < .>.
Saturday gam. lo I p.m.
Cristobal-Colon
Rotarians To Hear
Max Salabarria
COLON. June 6 Max Salaba-
rrla P.. president of the Colon
Junior Chamber of Commerce will
be the guest speaker at the week-
ly luncheon meeting of the Cris-
tobal-Colon Rotary Club at the
Strangers Club at noon tomor-
row.
Salabarria will speak on the or-
caiiUation of the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce. At the last Na-
tional Congress Convention that
wa held in Penonome, Salabar-
ria was elected secretary general
of the convention and was chosen
he most oulstpntilng "Junior" in
i he Republic of Panama.
Scots' Plant Ripped
By Explosive Blast
STEVENSON. Scotland. June
8 (UP)The Imperial Chemical
Industries factory' here. Europe's
largest explosives plant, was
ripped today by a violent ex-
plosion which killed at least two
men.
The factory employs 5,000
workers. Some 200 women work-
ing near the scene of the ex-
plosion were sent home. Many
suffered from shock, and were
transported In ambulances.
A truck loaded with explosives
blew up while standing under
a corrugated iron shelter. The
two men. known dead were
standing near the truck.
Towns and villages up and
down the Ayrshire coast were
shaken by the blast.
Young Girl Caught
Near Army Post
Gets Ten Days
A 16-year old Panamanian girl
was sentenced to ten days on a
vagrancy charge yesterday af-
ternoon in the Balboa Magis-
trate's Court.
She had been picked uo earlier
by a Pedro Miguel policeman
near an Army outpost on Chiva
Chiva trail. She was lying on the
floor of a chiva waiting for a
"date" with an Armv enlisted
man. The soldier has been taken
into custody by the Army auth-
orities.
BHS Grads Deliver Own Talks
As 795/' Receives Diplomas
In lieu of a formal commence-
ment address, four Balboa High
School graduates took part in a
discussion panel at Balboa Thea-
ter last night when 146 members
of the Class_oi 1951 received their
diplomas.
A capacity audience heard two
boys and two girls discuss differ-
ent aspects of the main subject
"We Pace Today."
Louise Glud's talk dealt with
"Ten Years Ago and the Pres-
ent;" Roger Kelley spoke on
"Drifting Toward Socialism;"
Edward Browder's subject was
Education Never Ceases:" and
Blohm. Marguerite Yvonnil
Bouche. Doris Anne Bradley, Jas
Carmody, 3rady, Maria Elenl
B'rassfleld. Leland Brooks, Jr.,
Edward Hughes Browder Linda I
Bteih ajid Miguel. A- Burset, Jr.
George Lewis Capwell, Jr.. Loui I
Robert Celerier. Arturo Ricardo
Carmen!, Edward Morris Cherry, I
Jr., Edmund Stanley Coe, MarJ
Joseph Cole, Donald Joseph Con*
nor, Thomas Brice Crawford, Ro-J
berto Ramon Cucaln, Carloal
Manuel de la Ossa S.. Mary Lou-
ise Dlvney. Frances Jeanne Dwy-
er. Ann Russell Edwards, Ellas
Entebl. Rene Pierre Peuille, Rob-
Celeste Powell concluded the pa- ert Bamber Flnley. John Augusa
Fisk. A. Elizabeth Flumach, Ma-
rilyn Louise Flynn, Marguerite
Ellen Flynn, Terrcnce Cladwell'
Ford. Donald Noel Francey and
Beverly May Fullrhan.
8.500 C.Z.
STUDENTS START
(Continued from Page II'
donations, $1,200 to the annual
drive.
An extensive curriculum revi-
sion was in progress this year
throughout thb Canal Zone
nel with "The Future In Out-
Hands."
Class President Terence Ford
delivered the farewell address,
and announced that '51 will place
a pair of masonry benches at
the College Place entrance to the
school building.
Acting Principal H. J. Zierten
presented the class, and Director
of Elementary Education Roger
W. Colllnge gave the students
their diplomas. .
Roger Kelley, the son of Mra.
Raymond Wylie Gargus, Mayra
Esther Garrido, Louise Antoin-
ette Glud. Annette Godby, John
N. Gorham, Alfred James Gra-
hamAgnes Veroniea Grahe, Car-
los vitqnjo Grifo. Susanne Ham-
merschiag, Basil Davis Harrlng-
.ton, Louise Harris, Richard
Co'cha"keley of Curundu and! Courtney Harris. John Bruce
Charles Kelley now of California,gearn, SBla:. Let'cla Hellwltr,
was awarded' a Sf50 schnlarshin
to the University of Chicago.'A
$250 scholarship to Bradley went
to Miss Marilyn Flynn, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Flynn
of Balboa.
Appropriate music, an invoca-
tipn and a benediction completed
the exercises which were attend-
ed by many prominent officials
of the Panama Canal Panama
Railroad organization.
The complete list of Balboa
High School graduates In the
1951 class follows:
David Lee Albritton. Elizabeth
Ann Allen. Rosle Alvarado, Maria
Teresa de J. Arango U.. Adilla
William Henry Henderson, Gloria
Pearl Holland, Ralph M. Huls,
Jr., Brlseida A. Jacinto Fuentes,
Howard Jackson. Maria Elena
Jackson. Paul Julian Jamesson,
Julio Ernesto Jimnez, Joyce Ann
Johnson, Richard Alan Johnson,
Barbara Lucille Jones and Will-
lam J. Joyce.
Zoe Ann Carol Karst. Roger Leo
Kelley, Mary Ellen Kelly, Doro-
thy ,Budd King, Daniel Russel
Klotz. Lilian Vale K'n 1 e h (,'
Yvonne Koupperman, Helen
Joanne Krldle, Jesse T. Kruse,
Barbara Ann Ladd. Florence Lao,
Vincent Leaver. Elita Joyce Lee;
Mercedes H. Lora. Qayle Mac-
schools. Evaluation of local nett. Jr., Cecffla Beverstock. Carol
Esther Arauz. Jorr;e Isaac Bar- | Donald. Richard Qharles Ma-
... X. .____ mitra tlum, Cf.n.. WUAM n......
courses of study ih social studies
was made this year by teachers
and principals as, the first step in
an overall currlcular revision
program that will extend over
the next three years.
By 1955, representatives of the
Middle States and Maryland As-
sociation of Co'/eges and Secon-
dary Schools will visit the Isth-
mus to measure the local school
system against standards estab-
lished by the organization in the
United States. The last general
curriculum evaluation was com-
pleted in 1946.
In the elementary schools. Ju-
nior safety patrol officers made
their first appearances this year
as "student assistants" to police-
men at crossings, proctors at
school functions and general
safety leaders for their' school-
mater.
EJementary schools took a
long step forward In the field
of visual education with the ad-
dition of slide film projectors
and libraries of slide films keyed
to courses of study in all grade
schools.
The Division of Schools took
another larce step in' the field
of communltv recreation this
s'princ. assuming the sponsor-
shpi of the Summer Recreation
Program of 1951 in cooperation
with a new Canal Zone Recrea-
tion Committee and volunteers
In all communities.
Enrollment wps about 5.200 in
the white schools and 4.300 In
the colored schools from kinder-
garten through Junior college
and Including night school
courses.
Sue Baxter, Sandra Louise Beau-
champ, Richard Lee Becktell. Lis-
beth Ann Blitch, Eunice Ruth
General Eisenhower
Visits PrDay Beach
gulre. Mary Start Mallan, Fran-
cis Lloyd Maya Florence Mary
McCarty. Barbara Clalr McCloud.'
Arlene Marian McKeown, Edward
Lloyd McKeown. Norma Magda-
lena McKown, Jacobo Camilo
Menasche, George Michael Metl-
vler. Jan Mirrop; and Ramon Mo-
rales Quijano.
. Sonya Mignon Morley, John
OMAHA, BEACH, France, June,'^ir^0g"nf-ll,lJa"e Morgan.
i up i Optiprni ijwiam Meaorey. Patricia Grace Neckar,
Lenho*er~toodentoday on I W"am John Nickisher. Ama.la
spot where Allied paratroopers I ?si^a? Obregon Nydia Glocon-
jumped Into France on D-day j a Ostrea. Ivan Javier Parada,
seven years ago. Roae Mar-V Parker. Tomas Raul
He warned that any aggres- J asam,an,le-; Anton C. P'derson,
sor would do weh to rememoer' ussed Earl Plerson. Carl A. Po-
the lesson the Allied armies 'se.T, Mary Celeste Powell, Cons-
tance Price. Edward Thomaa
Fathgeber. Sara Bartoli Robin-
son, Noralie Roche, Glorela Ro-
sas L.. Elsa Maria Rosgal, Donald
Daniel Ross. Hector Roux V., Lou-
ise Ryter.
Lia Noel Saiz. Csar B. Salaml-
na. Ronald Hugh Scadron. Joan
MIAMI, Florida, June 6, (UHJ jjou'se |SW ^^"Sho"'
-A dynamite explosion touchr4|Sth Suzanne S, Do^f-'
of a Vw NXde JeXthy Elaiw SmUh- Marfto Augus-
f>l ttift SMh. Marr CBroVvn Smouse.:
Sfira Bokbri"Jsei)hine Muriel
taught the aggressor in 1944.
Dynamite Wrecks
Jewish Centers
Miami Restroom
Pacific Society...
(Continued From Pare FIVE)
lng the time of the construction
of Madden Dam.
new
Center here late last. oxiX
caused several hundred, .dojjars
worih of damage, ,
Jewish leaders said, the blast
was detljiitely an ict of re-
ligious intolerance.
Police said however they had
no reason to suspect the Ku
Klux Klan, which had report-
edly sent warnings to another
Jewish group...,
CZ Shops Can Resume
Carpentry. Mattress
Work for Employes
Spragre. Tbanrte' Elizabeth Stei-
ner, Charles-MeJla 8\*isrrer. Ar-
thur Jay Troup. Jr.. Charles A.-
Updike. Angela del Socorro Vall-
jos D.. Joan Van Vliet Domltila
del Carmen Villarreal. William
Alexander Wasche. Ellen Joan
Walker. Patricia Ruth Walker,
Emll Waide Weltz. Marjorie Jean
Wiley and George KenyOn With-
ers, Jr.
Anita Harris Arrives
From College
Miss Anita Harris arrived Sat-
urday by plane from Parkvllle.
Missouri, where she completed
her sophomere year at Park Col-
lege. She will spend the summer
here with her mother. Mrs. Al-
berta Lattlmore. In the fall she
will enroll at Wichita University.
Wichita. Kansas.
.loan Benin Sails
On S.S. Ancon Today
Miss Joai. Bentz sailed from
New York today aboard the S.S.
Ancon after completing a year
of studies at Western Maryland
Colleee In Westminster. Mary-
land. She will spend the summer
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul A. Bentz. at Balboa Heights
With work on official projects
nearing completion arid witti
more tnan three weeks to go un-
til the oeglnnlng of the next fis-
cal year, tsuilding Division forces
will now be able to take on a con-
siderable amount of work for in-
dividuals.
The Division's shops in Balboa
will be able to make quick deliv-
ery of custom-made iuiniturc
and other household items for
government -mployes holding
Commissary pAvege cards. c-J '
cording to the Building Engineer,
Harry A. Metzler.
Picture frames, some mill work
and furniture can'be done with-
in one week. 'Smalt orders Tor
custom-made furniture, chair
cushions, mattresses and uphol-
stery, as well as reftnlshlng of
furniture and other items can be
completed within two weeks.
tm**.SAL
HEPTICA

Dinner At Hotel
El Pane mi On Sunday
The Ambassador of Spain to
Panam and the Countess of Ra-
bago entertained a group of their
friends from Panam and the
Canal Zone at a dinner partv
Sunday evening at the Hotel El
Panam.
Ret irire: IAWC Board
Fet-d At Luncheon
Mrs. Rodrigo Nftez gave a
luncheon a*, her home yesterdav
honoring the 1950-1951 Board of
Directors of the Inter-American
Women's Club.
Mr. Thoma* Snencer
Gles Mnrnln* Coffee
Mrs Thomas Spencer was
hostess at a morning coffee party
today at her residence In Ancon
given for a group of her friends.
Gamboa Bingo Party
The bit Bingo Party k sche-
duled for tomorrow night
that's Thursdayat the Gam-
boa Golf Club. Game get* un-
der war at 7 ham and there
will be a free mark for all par-
ticipants.
Bella Vista Home
Plans Rummage Sale
At Ancon Greenhouse
A Rummage Sale to benefit
the Bella Vista Children's Home
will be held at the Ancon
Greenhouse on June 15 from 9
a. m until 3 p. m.
Mrs. Charles P. Morgan.
Chairman of the committee, ls
requesting donors to send to the
greenhouse Items of clothing.
cooking utensils, shoes, books.
.dishes, etc., In order to assure
success to this project. .
Arrangement can be made for
pick-up of rummage by tele-
phoning 2-2880 or 2-2390.
Arts, Crafts Students
May Register Saturday
Registration for the Arts and
Crafts classes at the Ancon
School, to be given by the An-
con Summer Recreation Com-
mittee, Will again be held for
those who failed to register last
Saturday.
Registration will be held from j
9:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon in the
Ancbn Gymnasium, and all par- I
ents who did not register their'
children last week are- urged to
do so Saturday.
Always keep.'gentle
SAL HEPTICA
-the Uxative that suits
your convenience in
your medicine chest.
Don't (eel sluggish and
miserable. Don't let
headaches spoil your day.
SAL HEPTICA bring,
you gentle, speedy relief,
usually within an hour.
Antacid SAL HEPATKA
sweetens a sour stomach.


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SUTTON PLACE SPRING
(Dear WW: Have a free verse aonnet which might be appro-
priate while lilacs still bloom in the improbable iarden* o! But-
ton Placej
The Sluice of Traffic
Boars Down Its Concrete Flume
And disappears beneath an underpass
Which lifts rich gardens, like a bit of Babylon,
Above the river drive.
A hurtling truck sweeps subterranean
a gentle lapping stirs the blrdbath,
Beds of tulips tremble
As the mysterious alehemy of growth
Rhythms to the throb of caravans.
The pulso of nature and the pulse of eommeiu
Conspire a craay Spring in a branch of Ulac.
A smoke-omplexloned child
Stops play to see the miracle -M'^ M. Wln,hip
The Broadwav Census: There were 90 premieres during the
1950-51 season. About one out of six hit bingo. That's the custom-
ary click-cluck ratio...Musicals again proved to be blue-chip in-
vestments: 50% of the melody and mirth offerings were rts on-
ly 7 out of 43 straight plays have shown a profit Oddly mus*als
are the top money-makers, but the four revusic a Is thta >*ar were
all flops.. Eleven shows were ambushed in the hinterlands and
never reached the Broadway shore...One-third of the openings
were revivals...A striking feature of the season MJM
public turned out to be tougher than the critics. A half-dozen
plays that attracted raves were financial failures. Despite the
mounting costs and stiff competition from tevy. the *
doing all right...The stage was once supported *******?
golden crutch. Now panicky Movtetown Is on conomy b,n*e'
but the theatre had 30 more show* this season than last.
The Pint Nlghters: The Pittsburgh critics embraced "Court-
in' Time." Pref. Knit in the Sun-Telly reported "that jeyra*
uproar last night was a fitting welcome lor a beautiful and de-
lightful musical show, a fresh add exuberant tune and toe con-
fection. The barrase of applause that met the final MlMH
straight from the hearts of a house load of grateful PUygoers.
Joe E. Brown was evidently tailored by the tbesplan: gods U.the
mantle of 'CourthV Time's Samuel Rilling. Miss BiUie Wortu i
a musical comedy lady, the likee ef whom come along once In a
decade or so to restore the feminine magic of the theatre' Tne
Pittsburgh Press man called it "bright, brisk and tuneful and
portabled that Mseer Brewn and La Worth whip the bttbl
high peaks ef hilarity"...The Post-Gawtte sentinel, however,
dissented as usual.
The Clnemagkians: Joan Crawford's star power twinkles
prettify in "Goodbye. My Fancy." She portrays a politico who
vina the cupid campaign by a majority of sighs.. .Tokyo FUe
212" lights up in spots.. .'Interrupted Journey Is a, brisk Briuan
Lgler t&t induced shivers while lovely Valerie Hohaon fondlee
the heart ."Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison convicts *
mediocrity The tale has been to jail beiwe...-Tabiola" offers
several exciting episodes Involving ancient Roman E^ator. al-
though the story deserves to be thrown to the liona... ln8U*nc*
InvXgatoV' isa more boring than battlytag mystery "Masked
Raiders'provea that old plots neverdlc-they.-just kill time.
Stairway to the Stars; The homecoming of "0W*h*"!" in-
quired a welcoming torchlight parade. -Notice* were Ignited by
tfrntaU eTaUves^Tbis* magical mualcl ha* beenplaying
to capacity for a decade (he means ten years) and U booked solid
-nmP'53 ".Hinterland show-sbepper. Jnf"^ d/ SVoadwav
"Woman with Red Hair is expertly >'>'** Bv.rf7*I
showcase, although the script needs some ,t!r^n^,_",*."
Boston deputy reported the musical based en Booth TarkIngten
^vtEteen has ^harm." The producer is Milton Berle, now In
the peXmer's heaven: Affluent enough to v. act work. lor
him Berle, bv wav ol reminder, again goes to the mikes eery
earner;."round the clock starting noon June 9 to to*", viewer,
to donate to the Runyon Fund Milton the Berle ol the Ban.
Adieuology: No person can do more than make others happier
A^ fewpVople did more In that respect than Fannie Brice
''TriEedv makes hlstory-and comedv helps us to sur*lv.e ll
-The' grlnxmeat commentary on civilization Is
clowns have done more to make life enjoyable than moststates
.mi. m a riown to the grand tradition..."mere was
nTmailce to laughtersh< inspired and no touch of Indecency
no malice >_ "ie '" nonMnse was wholesome and fresh and
to ^ii heade children laugh-and grownups feel like chil-
Z HattW?Mi5omer was made by her decency as
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THE PERSONNEL MAN
Dear Mall Box Editor:
When my son grows up he Is
,L to be a personnel man.
ffils one rsiket that Is a lead
ipe cinch-lfs ^\t-ptrpttn%t.
Ing and he'll always have a job
and an ever bigger and more lm-
^Whflooka^erefvou start out
by making the savings necessary
to your own promotion by send-
ini out your Job-analyzers to
downgrade or hold down every
other job. It doesn't matter that
your school-teacher trained Job
analyzer does not know the first
blasted thing about the craft or
profession he or she isnalyz-
mg a* you have "specs' to the
book" which you can 3\My fit
to anv position.
you make certain of creating
dissension and bad morale oy
promoting the top few positions.-
That la calculated to make all the
lower echelons so mad at their
boasea that they Quit in aroves.
This creates big problems for iou
r you must now increase your
ataff with aome "terminal Inter-
viewers" and "employe counsel-
ors'' who are aupposed to find
out what Is wrong. (Aa if you
don't know.) You must also have
some "recruiting officers" to fly
ud to he States and hurriedly
sign up anyone that saya he can
fill the vacancies.
These new "recruits" dont
know from nothing when they
get here so you Justify the set-
ting up of some "training ana li-
aison officers." These latter dim
domes accomplish nothing but
keep the green help agitated so
you must needs have a "Utllua-
tion Program" and a "Requlal-
tlon and Transfer Section."
The green help by now thlnka
it la really something and quits
but decides to stay here awhile so
you have application. Induction,
eligibility and replacement units
to take care of the Joyously ef-
fervescent labor market.
Well, this Just keeps on and on
look It up in the telephone di-
rectory sometime. You really hit
the big time when you have cus-
tody of the records and are able
to prove that despite your mon-
strosity of an organization you
do not have the acceptable ratio
of personnel men to total force.
\ou recommend that since prac-
tically everyone considers nim-
self underpaid that you be al-
lowed a staff of bright new "posi-
tion analyzers'' who can go
around and study every single
Job and really make everybody
mad oops, I mean happy.
Bemused.
Peasant Poor
Spain Leaves
Cash In Bank
MY PSTSR EDSON
WASHINGTON (NBA)
How to save the dlctator-rluen
and inefficient government ol
Spain from going down the
same drain whi?h swallowed up
Nationalist China and is now
threatening Iran Is *notner
headache in Washington. Strict-
ly speaking, this might be con-
sidered none of America's busi-
ness. If El Caudillo Francisco
Franco wants his one-man-con-
trolled country run as a glori-
fied but poverty-ridden slum,
that should be his business and
something that only the Span-
ish people can solve by eventual
revolt against their near-into-
lerable living connltlonsr
Th$ United Statet has,
however, teveral dominant
interests In teeing that no
more non-Communltt coun-
tries collapse. Communism
it ol course no problem in
Spain a it teas and is on
the China mainland and as
it is potentially in Iran. But
economic collapse can be
just as destructive and map,
in fact, be the principal con-
tributing cause /or revolts
thai lead to eventual Com-
munist domination in those
countries. Hence the con-
cern over trying to save
Spain from a similar late.
From a selllsh standpoint, th*
principal interest of the United
.states in Spain Is Its possible
use as a strategic ah base and
the enlistment of Franco's 400,-
000-man array In the defense of
western Europe, if that should
become necessary.
Before any military alliances
can be made with Spain, how-
ever, its economic house must
be put In order. On this the
Spanish government has shown
little totereat.
A start towards aiding the
Spanish economy was made last
fall Congress authorized a 62.
5 million loan to Spain, as an
amendment to the Marshall
Plan appropraition. This was
forced through Congress, against
Truman administration wishes.
Principal backer of the loan
was Democratic Sen. Pat McCar-
ran of Nevada.
In November, ECAthe Eco-
nomic Cooperation Administra-
tion which handles the Mar-
shall Plan announced that
the Spanish loan would be ad*
ministered by the U. 8. Export-
Import Bank. The deal had to
be handled this way because
Spain is not a Marshall Plan
country. The only atipulatlon
was that the loans had to be
made for project that would
help reconstitute the shaky
Spanish economy.
Ex-Im Bank is not authorized
to make granta or gifts to lor-
eign countries. It makea only
bankable loans on projects that
show some chance of paying off.
It Insists on sound business
deals and on a certain amount
of auperrlalon on how Its mo-
ney is spent. The Spanish gov-
ernment has shown practically
no Interest in obtaining money
under these conditions.
It took three months for'
the Spaniards to apply for
the first project loans and
get them approved. And as
of todayovei six months
after the loans were author-
izedno contracts have
been signed and no money
has been paid out to Spain.
Five projects have been ap-
proved by Export-Import Bank,
for a face value of $17.2 million.
And on three of these the Ex-
Im Bank had to stretch Its po-
licies to approve loans for the
purchase of expendable com-
modities. They cover $5 million
for the purchase of wheat. $5
million for raw cotton, $3.5 mil-
lion for fertilizer.
Only two capital goods loans
of the kind the bank la suppos-
ed to make have been approved.
They are $3 million for tractors
and apare parts and $700,000 for
equipment to go into a small
nitrogenous fertiliser plant.
Not one application for V.
S. technical assistance has
been made by the Span-
iards. The apparent reason
is that they are unwilling to
accept American supervision
such as all the Marshall
Plan countries have agreed
to take and have profited
by.
Back of this, however, there
is believed to be a major row
In the Spanish cabinet between
Forlegn Minister Artago and
Minister of Industry and Com-
merce Suancez. The latter, who
was a peat friend of Hermann
Goerlng's, la head of INIthe
Institute of National Industry.
It was created to handle many
government enterprises on a
vast scale. But its administra-
tion has been so marked by in-
efficiency and corruption that
It has accomplished little.
This Could Slow Up the General Considerably

There are all kinds of strate-
gic materials which the U. 8.
would like to buy from Spain to
greater quantity. Potaah, iron
pyrites, mercury and wolfram.
But the Spanish government
has shown no Interest in Amer-
ican overtures to step up pro-
duction.
One possible reason la that
'the Spaniards want to make It
I appear that the U. S. Export-
! Import Bank is holding up Its
money. The play then would be
to try to gat Spain's friends to
.the U. S. Congress to give them
the money directly, to apend as
I they please.
MERRY-GO-
r diiw
piahs
Drtw Peanon toys: President tails C"9*tSBJiJ*Jjf of Jhi
Wokt Island talk with MocArthwr; Mor/ArtnaT promis-
ed never to "be used by the Republicans agoin," Won't
let Acheson resign.
WASHINGTON. President Truman has been holding a settee
Of confidential fireside chata" with Congressional leaders at Bjalf
House in order to provide better cooperation between the White
House and Capitol Hill. The meeting* were suggested by'Senate
majority leader McFarland of Arizona, and they have been so se-
cret that Democrats not yet Invited don't even.know they har"
been taking place.
Medal Winner
By BOB RUARK
stand* four-square against motherhood and
doga. Maybe I am to with a Fascist front, or
a Commie front, or a pro-Juke box front.
We have aeen some pretty awful examples of
people bsing suckerea Into JolnlnRS that smack-
ed them in the kluer at a later date. You get
yourself nominated as Mr. Man of Distinction
for any loaroUtoB outfit and three years come
Tuesday vou find out that the mothball lndus-
tty, or whatever sponsored you, is to real ugly
odor with the authorities. This I do not wish
Tempets change, you know. I am technically
guilty right now of collusion with the Russians
NEW YORK. I have got me a medal that
weighs at least a pound. It is mounted on vel-
vet and the name la writ $r*e and I guesa I
am property grateful. The only thing Is that I
don't know what I got the medal for. or what
the medal lets me In for.
Medal eavs about "Freedoms Foundation. Inc..
investigated what the Foundation may represent
investigated wha tthe Foundation may represent
lu the wav of ideology. It says on the back of
this biscuit, when you pick it out of the velvet
piecrust, that I am honored because of out-
standing achievement In bringing about a better
understaiidlng of the American Way of Ufe.
I cannot sav for sure what I have done late-
ly to Improve the morals of the motley, but It
must have been something prettv noble, because
Oeorge Washington Is graven into the metal.
and there I am right along side the country s
papa. Me and George. Or George and me.
I do not wish to kid the people who threw
this discuss at me. But also I do not wish to
be too overcome by a sudden choice as boy-of-
the-vear by an outfit I wot not of. It is.pos-
sible, in mv current state of ignorance, that I
have been suddenly adopted by a groua which
because In 1943 I made a North Atlantic run
which had some aid and comfort aboard the
ahlp for people we now recognize aa enemies.
The fact that thla Uttle Journey was made at
the direction of the War Department does not
lessen mv personal guilt. I helped the enemy
beat the Germans. The Germans are now our
friends. That's all brother.
Maybe next week we will be sore at the Ger-
mans again, or sore at th* Jape, out I feel
guilty a little because I helped take men and
munitions to the Pacific, too, where Jap* were
known profanely as beast* and Np and Squint*
and Slat because we were mad at all of 'em at
This public temperamentallty Is why little
Busier does not loin things of superior signifi-
cance. You can kill "ourself on a letterhead.
The socletv- for the advancement of Juvenile
pool-shooters occasionally turna out to be a
gimmick for the Commies, or 'the Fascista, or
iuat neoole who have an axe and who are look-
ing for a good, atrorur ^lndaton*.
Aa the situation alts, we have this medaL I
will not send it backi'JfjkniMl be on.thevfec-
ord here and now as espousing nothing that
the society endorses, even If it be the milk of
numan kindness. I have no idea how I have
contributed to anvthlne but the necessity or
food In my personal kitchen, but the heavy
nrlnt says that G. Washington and I are now
blood kin. 1., _
This is fine by me except for one thing: I
did not start out to simonize the habits of any-
body, and I did nothing consciously to win an
award from anybody, and I never heard of the
Freedoms Foundation until I saw the medal sit-
ting on the desk and asked the gal friend what
the hell It wa* and where th* hell It cam* from.
Selah. ^^________
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
THE FAKE STRATEGY
WASHINGTON. It sounds nonaenalcal to
maintain, aa Gen. Hoyt Vandenberg did a few
days ago while he was testifying on the Mac-
Arthur dismissal, that the American Air Force
is operating on a "shoestring." After all, a shoe-
string which will aoon be costing the country
ever $20,000,000,000 a year la a remarkably ex-
pensive shoestring. Yet. allowing for the hyper-
bole which Is an occupational falling of Air
Force officers. Vandenberg's statement did re-
flect a deep and sincerely felt fear which is by
no mean- confined to the Air Force.
This tear Is that, at the presently planned
level of American and Allied air strength, the
whole Western strategy for preventing or if ne-
cessary winning a world war will prove to be a
fake. The best available flgtirs on projected
Western and Soviet air strength ahow very
clearly why the fear exista.
American and Allied atrategic planning now
reata aquarely on two basic premises. One is
that the American Strategic Air Force, with Its
capacity to destroy Soviet Industry by atomic
bombardment, will buy time for the West to
rearm. The other Is that bv 153-'M. when the
Russians will have a large atomic etockpile or
their own. the Weat will be 8ufflclentlv strong
either to deter a Red Armv attack In Europe,
or to ha't It If it is launched.
The that premise is a reasonable premise,
thanks largely to former Air Force Secretary
Stuart Symington and to Vandenberg himseir
In the era of Louis Johnson. 8ymlngton and
Vandenberg took a calculated risk. Rather than
spread tnin the Insufficient funds allowed them
over the whole Air Force, thev concentrated
heavily on the Strategic Air Command, as the
one remaining deterrent to Soviet aggreslson.
As a result, aa Vandenbere testified, the Stra-
tegic Air Force now does Indeed have the capa-
city to destroy Soviet lndustrv to case of war.
and this caoaclty will be progressively increas-
ed. Vandenberg and the other airmen are not.
to be sure entirely hapov about the Strategic
Air Force Thev would like to see It Increased.
from the forty or so groups now planned to 'he
nlnetv five groun program to perhaps fifty
groups. They would like U have all their long-
range bombers fast lets, rather than propeller-
d riven, to counter the constant improvements
in the Soviet air defenses. They would like
more and better long-range reconnaissance
clan**, and they would like more and better
long-range fighter protection.
Yet the fact remains that the Strategic Air
Force is capable of performing the terrible task
which Is assigned to it, which means that the
first preiiOae of Western strategy is sound. But
the second premise that a real defense of
Western Europe, capable of stopping a Red Ar-
my advance, will exist by 1953-'54 is de-
monstraba unsound. It Is thla which Is caus-
ing something approaching anguish in the
minds o the best of the planners, both In and
out of the Air Force.
The facts are simple enough. It may be id-
ly optimistic to hope that seventy well equipped
Allied divisions will be available for the defense
of Western Europe by li$3-'54. But even if this
target, Is reached, the Allied divisions will be
several times outnumbered bV Soviet and satel-
lite ground forces. There is obviously Just one
way to which this Soviet superiority on the
ground can be neutralized. This Is by decisive
air superiority.
It requires a crystal ball gazer to determine
the sort of tactical air strength which the Rus-
sians will have in 1953-'54. But the best guess
available la that the Kremlin should be able to
commit 'ibout 15.000 planes to battle In Europe
at that time. Against this Soviet force, accord-
ing to present plans, the North Atlantic allies
will be able to commit In case of war no more
than 7.000 or 8,000 planes.
The conclusion la obvious. Even assuming
that the Strategic Air Force acts as an effec-
tive deterrent until 1953-'54. there will then still
be nO real defense In Western Europe. The So-
viets will remain decisively superior both In the
air and on the ground. This means in turn
that Western strategy Is a fake, because it Is
based on a false assumption.
To transform fake into reality would require
a great national effort in thla country and in
Europe. The object woulc he at leaat to dou-
ble and perhaps to triple protected North At-
lanitc air strength, to insure air domination or
the bat'lefield in case of war. This would re-
quire a scale of mobilisation much greater, both
In this ronntrv and abroad, than has vet been
contemplated. The alternative Is clear. t is
that we should continue to base our strategy,
and thus our national survival, on a premise
which is demonstrablv false. It la therefore lit-
tle wonder that Gen. Vandenberg talked like a
verv worried man when he testified on Capitol
Hill
(Cepyrlght. 151, New ley* Herald Tribune Inc.)
or ueiaware, nenton or Connecticut and Pastore of Rhode Island;
Congressmen Roosevelt of New York, Lealnakl of Michigan, Baring
of Nevada, Blatnlk of Mlnneaota and O'Brien of Illtaola; also two
Presidential assistants, Dave Stowe and ex-Congressman John
Carroll of Denver.
f or close to three hours, President Truman Jet his hair dowa
and talked about his troubles running the country. The discus-
sion started shortly after P. M. Around 10 o'clock, a maid brought
in some ham and cheese sandwlchea and coffee. The meeting fln
ally broke, up at 10:45 P. M.
TRUMAN AND MACARTHUR
Probably moat newsworthy, the President described hi* private
talk with General MacArthur at Wake Island. This was the man*
to-man talk that was never heard by anyone else nor taken down
In shorthand.
The president quoted MacArthur as vowing never to let the
Republicans "use" him again. MacArthur complained to the Pre
sident that the Republicans had pulled htm into the 1941 cam*
paign and had left him flat. He added that he didn't want to get
Into "anything like that" again and didn't propose to be used by
the Republicans.
This, the President said, was one reason he was so shocked to
learn that MacArthur had written to House Republican leader Joe
Martin and, once again, had let himself be used by the Republic-
an*. '
The Pre*ldent also told how MacArthur had "talked himself
out" of the VFW Incident. MacArthur's explanation was that he
"wasn't aware'' that his statement to the Veterans of Foreign
Wars convention was In violation of orders. He also aald he "wasn't
aware" there would be eo much public interest in his statement.
Turning to Kllgore, the President remarked ruefully: "I know
you advised me a year ago to get rid of MacArthur. I wish I had
taken vour advice. Lord knows, no one has tried harder than I
have to get along with the roan. I even flew 8,000 miles to talk to
him personally. I gave him enough rope to hang himaelf a dozen
timea. He Juat wasn't satisfied. He had to go further and further
against all good military Judgment."
In talking about MacArthur. Senators were Impressed by the
fact that Truman seemed to display no anger or bittern***, chiefly
disappointment. .
" TRUMAN AND rDR -
The group sat around a long table with Truman in th* center
on the far lde. FDR, Jr., sat at bis left and White House aide
Dave Stowe at his right. v
The President started off by solemnly describing the critlcaL
times that the nation la up against and the crucial decisions that
must be made. ...
"This Is one of the most difficult periods this country h *?*
faced," he declared. Then, turning to FDR, Jr. he added: "..a;
difficult, perhaps, aa aome of the crises that faced your father.
"Yqu gentlemen are Just as responsible for running the na-
tion as I am,', he said. "I need your help "
And he reminded them that the late Arthur Vandenberg wa
the last Republican senator to serve under a Republican President,
and that there were only 13 Republican members of the House
who had the responsibility in a Republican Administration. You
gentlemen are Just as responalble for running the nation as Lam,
Senator Bentoti. Congressmen Blatnlk of Minnesota, and FDR,
Jr., emphasized that a sizable group waa ready-toJWektha Pr*l-
rtent on Capitol Hill, but that closer liaison with the White Houae
WaS"We don't know what's going to happen ahead of time." Long
of Louisiana broke to. "Take Dean Acheaon, for example. Bom*
of ua may go out on a limb and defend him. Then, maybe a wee
* Truman assured there was no danger of Acheaon's being ax*d
that Acheson wa going to tay.
"History will prove his greatness, and I intend to *4*WB9
him," Truman vowed. "You don't dtoeharge a man who 1* doing
a good Job Just because he Is under political attack.
REVIEW OF RUSSIAN POLICY
The President gave a brief review of American foreign policy
from the Yalta. Teheran. Cairo and Moscow conferences down to
the present MacArthur debate. He told how the united States
went into these conferences hopefully, with no reason to dlsteus*
Russia's word. In an aside to FDR, Jr.. Truman commented: Your
father attended these conferences, and you know from him tha
norted, Ruasla has reneged on 33. ___ r
"Ruasla went her way, and we were forced.to go our way.
the President explained sadly. __ f-
Then he told how the united States had embarked on a po-
licy of keeping world peace, but at the same time *Pgln*f**
iresslon. However, he stressed that the way to tfP Commun!*
and build a healthy world Isn't by force alone. This led up to his
point 4 program to rehabilitate backward nations. \ |
UNTAPPED RICHES -
Enthusiastieally. Truman pointed out that Eopla is ^IA.0M
square miles in area "a Uttle larger than BUThome state of Mls-
souil"- yet is covered with a deep layer of rich topsoil a* good m
the larm lands of Indiana. Illinois, and Iowa. With reclamation
no nrliation Truman predicted, Ethiopia could produce enough
i00dS8. whaTthis SoSmean to the starving people of In-
dU The P'redent also reported that toe ff*f*"^fr3ffi
used to be the Garden of Eden, could be made Into another Garden
of Eden with modern reclamation. iM,Hra
And he told about three tremendous falls in South America
that are ft feet higher than Niagara, send four times the volume
Sf wa"ter bunging our Sem. and could be developed into great
Hn^BB^acrSSton of Connecticut toldi how enator
irrr of Oklahoma had asked a group of aeven or eight senator*
what Oman's Administration would be most rjrnembgedtor.
Someone suggested^civilian ^fc%&Bg&8^
m0SThetPre5Kfthad< little to say about his domestic program.
IS we DnSrats and equally responsible for carrying out th.
^^ou^seeX spot I am to." the President concluded,,.I
need your help."
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FACE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1951
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JUNIOR HIGH GRADUATES
HAVE DINNER DANCE
The members of the Sth Grade of the Cristobal Junior
Hifh School had their formal "graduation" exercises at the
Cristobal Hifh School Monday afternoon. During the exer-
cises the American I.erjon presented awards to the most out-
standinir students in the class. The recipients were: Cody
Staples and Vilma Rodrigues.
Following the exercises the
group had a dinner dance at the
Hotel Washington. .They were
seated at a long table centered
with bougalnvllla and frangl-
pani clusters.
The young
Misses Leolia
Baker, Mary Ann Brassell, Joan
Brennan, Alice Chambers, Mari-
lyn Chan, Joyce Cookson. Helene
Hayden, Pamela Hawth orne,
Marva Henson, Paula Holverson,
Oayle Jahnke, Patricia Kelly,
Janet King. Irma Lowe, Joan Mc-
Kenzie Jean McDanlels, Carol
Newhard, Elaine O'Hayer, Esther
Reynolds, Patricia-Roddy, Thel-
ma Rodriguez, Jsonla Kotelle,
Marcy Rudge, Diane Scheidegg,
Jean Shank. Elaine Sievers, Bet-
y Smith, Lydia Sogandares,
Shirley Tobin, Chirlcne Turner
suid Jo Ann Webb. The boys In
Que class are: Messrs John Al-
bright. Richard Alegues, Raoul
Baiquln. Andew Bleakley, Anto-
nio Collins, Gary Cooper, Murray
Corrigan, James Crawford. Rich-
ard de Tofe. William Droste,
Richard Elwell, Benny Favorite,
Victor Fbjher, Andrew Fraser,
Daniel George, Thomas Gibson,
Darlo Gonzales. Henry Hart. Ni-
colas Liynls, Roland Weiss, Joseph
Lowe, Michael Morrison. John
day evening. Miss'Daniels, re-
cently graduated from Cristobal
High School, and will leave Fri-
day by plane for Florence, South
Carolina, for a two-week visit
with her sister and family, Mr.
graduates were: I and Mrs. J. R. Brunson.On June
Bailey. Florence 117 she will report to the Camden
Hospital at Camden, B.C., to en-
ter nurses' training.
A large horseshoe shaped cake
centered the buffet table and
held silver charms which added
merriment when discovered by
the guests.
The guests Included: Misses
Margaret Ridge, Helen Kissam,
Pat Geddes, Jeanine Nix. Martha
Graham. Ardis Wllloughby. Bar-
bara Egolf, Jane Compton, colet-
ta Stiebrltz. Lois Bcheldegg, Jua-
nita Meeks, Ernestine Pupper,
Nancy Kaufer, Olga and Thelma
Lelgnadler, Pat Rudge, Joan Rell-
ley, Rita Fisher, Nancy Karlger,
Harriett Burkes, Jane de Boyrie,
Kathryn Daniels, Dick Sullivan,
Victor Mlzrachl, Elbert Ridge,
Dick Ducote, George Flores, Bob-
by Sievers, John Townshend,
John Fahnestock, Tommy Jor-
dan, Noel McGinn. John Thomas,
Andrew Liin, Lackle Alexaltls,
Jack Randall, Paul EngelkeJlm
and Dan Nellls, Keith Moumblow,
Pabon. Arthur Peacock, Manuel i Richard Aycock. Bill Blackburn,
Perez. Dean Piala, Will Price, Ra- I John Allgaler. Leo Turner, Frank
mon Quezada, Edward 8haw, Don Holgerson, Raymond Pinto and
Smith, Dudley Smith, Stanley | Bob Bailey.
Smith. Cody Staples. William --------
Stevenson, Demetrio Tagaropulos Girl Scout Court of Awards
and Victor Zakay. Girl Scout Troop 4 of Fort Gu-
. ., lick held a Court of Awards at
Gary Cooper welcomed thelhelr i^t, meeting for the year,
parents and visitors to the exer- Firgt c)ass badges were presehted
clses at the High School and was Barbara Pielss and Flora Hart,
followed bv Rev. Milton Cookson second Class badges went to Leah
who was the guest speaker paim, Loretta Voight and Vlrgl-
Musical selections were played n[a snaw.
by Don Smith who gave a trumpet'
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Violet Deaklna
In Margarita, with Mrs. Leta Ro-
binson as co-hostess.
News of Recent Resident
A cable was received by friends
on the Atlantic Side bringing
news of the death of Mr. Philip
Mllburne In Glendale, California,
on Friday, June 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Mllburne and
their daughter, Stephanie, left
the Isthmus on May 4. to reside in
the States. Mr. Mllburne had
resigned his position with the
Commissary Division.
Graduating This Month
Cadet Midshipman James Dor-
sey, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Dorsey formerly of Cristobal, now
of Balboa, will graduate this
month from the Merchant Mar-
ine Academy at Kings Point,
Long Island. Mrs. Dorsey sailed
Friday to attend the exercises.
Cadet Dorsey Is well-known on
the Atlantic Side where he was
reared and graduated from Cris-
tobal High School.
Mr. Verne Calla way, Jr.. grad-
uated from Duke University and
will continue his studies In law.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cal-
laway formerly of Cristobal and
Balboa.
Covered Dish Luncheon
to Honor Mrs. Howe
Members of the Gatun Union
Church Auxiliary are reminded
that the Thursday meeting will
be preceded by a luncheon at
12:30 In honor of Mrs. David
Howe, who will leave the Isth-
mus before the next meeting.
Everyone Is requested to attend
and bring a covered dish.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By. ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
TROPICAL
TOMORROW!
solo nd Victor Fisher violinist,
who was accompanied by his sis-
ter, IVilss Anna Fisher.
Mr. Paul Beck, principal of the
school closed the graduation with
announcements. The Junior High
8chool orchestra, under the ba-
ton of Mr. O. E. Jorstad. furnish-
ed music for the marches.
Mrs. Camilo de la Guardia
Honored with Tea
Mrs. Gunther Hirschfeld, pres-
ident ol the Colon Unit of the
Inter-American Woman's Club,
arranged a tea. following the
Board meeting Mondav. In honor
of Mrs. Camilo de la Guardia.
Mrs. de la Guardia has served
as the Spanish Recording Secre-
tary for the club. She Is moving
from Colon t Panama in the
near f .'trre. She was presented a
corsage and small gift from the
club.
A centerpiece of cOral vine with
white tapers graced the tea ta-
ble, at which Mrs. Humberto Lelg-
nadler, the fifit president o the
Unit and Mrs. Lyle Koepke. the
Incoming president presided.
It was announced at the Board
meeting that the Panama Unit of
the organization would hold V
installation luncheon at the K
tel El Panama Saturday, June S.
All members from the Atlantic
Side rre invited to attend.
Reservations may be made bv
callln Mrs. Hirschfeld. lt will
cost $2.25 per person.
Others who received biidges
were: Jo-Ann Hart, Peggy Marsh
und Mary Darling.
After the Court, the children
entertained their parents with a
program of dances. Mrs. P. A.
Voight. Is the Scout Leader and
was In charge of the meeting.
National Citv Bank
Inaugurates New Premises
The CristobDl Franc.i of the j
National City Bank of New York, j
mover! recently into the Fenton ter on the evening of June 19 in
Building. Mondav afternoon a her onlv Isthmian appearance.
Rebekah Club Meeting
The Cristobal Rebekah Club
will hold its regular meeting
interest Stirring
Here In Visit Of
Marian Anderson
Interest is stirring in the visit
of Marian Anderson to Panama
not only among concert goers
but among officialdom both in
Panama and On the Canal Zone.
Miss Anderson who has be-
come the symbol of the great
democracy of which she Is a
proud citizen, has sung through-
out North and South America.
Europe and Africa, won the un-
stinted admiration of eminent
musicians like Jean Sibelius and
/ iluto Toscanlnl, of the late
President and Mrs. F. D. Roose-
velt, of the King and Queen of
England, other crowned heads
of Europe, and many heads of
states of the New World, as well
as of the average citizen. ,
She comes to Panama as the
prized attraction of WESTER-
MAN CONCERTS and will be
resented at the Central Thea-
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large group of friends and clients
ssLsteri the management of the
bank m the Inauguration of the
new premises.
Mr. J. B. Dorow. the manager,
received the guests with Mr.
Leigh Cramer, branch manager
from Panama City and Mr. Bruce
Only general admission tickets
a.e now available and these can
be obtained from Servicio Lewis,
ooDoslte Ancon Post Office, the
National Conservatory, Casa Ri-
ta on Central Avenue, and Al-
macn Alfonso Tejelra across
from the Lux Theater.
Carpenter, branch manager
Balboa.
01
Farewell Party for
Miss Ruth Daniels
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Daniels, of
Gatun. arranged a farewell par-
ty for their daughter, Ruth, Mon-
IMPORTS HEAVY
Cleveland (NEA) Although
18 states are represented on the
Cleveland Indians' roster, Ohio
and Arizona, the team's home
bases, are not.
[Panama Canal Clubhouses
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June HAVER Gordon MacRAE
'Daughter of Rosie O'Grady"
Also Showing Thursday!_________
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Thursday "DESTINATION MURDER"
C O f O I I Hu"l HATTItXD Joyce MacKENZIE
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Thursday "WHERE DANGER LIVES"
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Rod CAMERON a, Adrian BOOTH
"BRISMSTONE" (Color)
Thursday "HARVEY"______
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William CARGAN Virginia WELLES
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Thursday "ONE NIGHT Or LOVE"
CRISTOBAL
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Walt DISNEYa
"CINDERELLA"
(Technicolor)
AUo Showing Thursday It Friday I
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be-
hind the Screen: The name of
Tyrone Power's leading lady in
"Lydia Baily" won't be announc-
ed until Ty puts his stamp of ap-
proval on the lady. Reason: The
usually calm Ty tangled with
Constance Smith, who was sent
to England to play opposite him
in "The House on the Square."
The reason she was replaced by
Ann Blyth.
,
Herbert Marshall's serious ill-
ness forced Fox to shoot added
scenes for "Anne of the Indies"
with a double whose back will be
turned to the camera. The Mar-
shall voice will be dubbed In lat-
er.

Lois Andrews' farewell party
before she left for Hawaii,
brought out six of her ex-boy
friends, Including former hus-
band Oeorge Jessel. Cracked
Lois:
' "If nothing else, this party
proves I have sex-appeal."

Gorgeous Deborah Kerr's spar-
kling, wide-eyed look in "King
Solomon's Mines" has switched
to a blank stare for her role of a
blind girl with Alan Ladd in
"Rage of the Vulture."
Difficult to emote without the
aid of those orbs?
"Not at all," she smiled. "I just
never see Alan. I look right
through him and Just hear him."
Deborah still chuckles about
the theater doorman at a film
premiere who called out "Miss
Kerr's car please," pronouncing
the name as spelled. Deborah
said, "Not Kerrit's pronounced
CAR."
"You win lady," the man
I shrugged and then called, "Miss
Cars Kerr please."
Jean MacDonald, the beauty
who followed Peter Lawford froi
Hawaii, is now toiling as girl Fri-
day for a local doctor.. .Dept. o.
zooming careers: Cameron.Mit-
chell climbed out of a deep ser
diver's suit for "Smugglers Gold
to play a rocketshlp pilot hi
"Flight to Mars"...An Italian
producer with a to-be-made-ln-
Hollywood script for Ingrld Berg-
man and a top male star bounced
Into town to promote financing
and release of the film. The an-
swer everywhere "was a big NO.-
Nancy Olson retires from Cam-
era Alley next month to await
the stork and won't return to
emoting until February,. 1912...
Joseph Cotten has sprouted it
bristling moustache. "It fascin-
ates me," he says. "It's the first
real one I've .grown since I prov-
ed I could do it at the age of 16."
Some profile kings might
scream about lt, but MacDonald
Carey Is playing Barbara Bates'
father In "Don't Call Me Moth-
er" and not beefing. "I don't give
a darn," Carey shrugged. "I have
too many other things to worry
about."
They've grayed h.ls hair at the'
temples for his first daddy role
and given him Claudette Colbert,
an experienced hand at mother-
ing screen broods, as a co-star.
"What a comedienne," Carey
says of Claudette. "This Is the
mistress of the business. Comedy
U a cold mechanical sweat, but
with Claudette lt becomes some-
thing else."

Arlene Dahl hasn't received of-
ficial word on lt yet, but MGM
moguls have decided to grant her
the contract release she asked
for.. .Barbara Stanwyck's weight
loss Is shocking visitors to the
"Man With a Cloak" set. Very,
very thin.

Gene Fowler's book on Jimmy
Durante Is due to hit the book-
stalls this fall...Carmen Miran-
da, who owns the Sterling TV
company with David Sebastian,
told a friend, "I'm finally manu-
facturing something I can't put
on my head.". ..There will be
some interesting parallel-draw-
ing when Wallace Ford debuts in
a Broadway play, "Charming
Lady." It's about a Texas oil mil-
lionaire who falls in love with a
professional glamour girl.
Not In ther script: Gene Tier-
ney, trying to master the art of
doing the glamorous thing with
mink:
"I once asked Constance Col-
lier about wearing furs. She told
me, 'Never wear your furs! Drag
em'
Millionaire-Backed
Governor Outlaws
Big Contributions
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June .
(UPl A bill limiting campaign
contributions in Florida, to $1,-
000 per person was signed into
law today by Gov. Fuller Warren
whose last campaign was boost-
ed by a $400,000 gift from three
millionaires.
"A poor man In Florida will
be able to run an honest race
to serve the people without
having the office bought away
from his by the big money
crowd," the Governor said in
signing the bill. "I'm going to
see that lt Is enforced."
The new law also bans cam-
paign contributions from such
monled interests as race tracks,
public utilities and liquor firms.

STOMACH UPSET
FROM EXCESS ACID
Here li welcome relief from the dis-
tress and discomfort caused by excess
stomach acid.
Just Introduced to the druggists of this
state la a remarkable formula called Neu-
tracld. Its name tells the story of excess
Irritating stomach acids being robbed of
their power to cause upsetting distress.
There's nothing quite like Neutracld.
Its fastaotlon means quick relief and thti
alone Should merit a test- But best of
all you may find thai continued uso for i
a few days will astonish you. Gas and
heartburn that may have plague and
tormented you after eating will most
likely have disappeared. So thy not ge
a package today. Try lt tonightput one
teaspoonful of Neutracld in a glass of
hot water at bedtime and see what a
difference It makes In the morning i
stomach sweet, appetite better and an
urge to "step on It." All good druggist1! i
have this new and remarkable formula
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Ask for and get N-K-U-T-R-A-C-I-D.
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PANAMA. R. P., MIRCOLES, JUNIO 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO*
Suspenden el aumento
del precio de la gasolina
Las Empresas se comprometieron a no hacer efec-
tivo el aumento hasta justificarlo
En la maana de hoy tuvo lugar en el despacho del
Ministro de Agricultura y Comercio. Inf. David Samudio,
una reunin a la cual asistieron los gerentes de las em-
presas expendedoras de gasolina, radicadas en la Repbli-
ca, con okjete de considerar el alia de un centavo por ga-
ln de gasolina, que las empresas haban anunciado a
partir del dia de hoy. ,_...... -.
Al finalizar la mencionada reunin, el Ministro Sa-
madlo expidi el siguiente comunicado:
En reunin celebrada en la maana de hoy
por representantes del Gobierno y de las Com-
paas Petroleras, los primeros informaron que
no podan aceptar el aumento del precio de la
gasolina sin que antes las Compaas Petro-
leras justificaran el alza del combustible pa-
ra lo cual necesitaban enviar a la Oficina de
Control de Precios, todos los documentos que
comprobaran y justificaran el alza del produc-
to.
Por tal razn el Gobierno Nacional anun-
cia al pblico en general y especialmente a los
expendedores de gasolina que regirn los pre-
cios anteriores al 6 del mes en curso y que asi-
mismo las Compaas Petroleras no podrn
elevar el precio de la gasolina Bin la aproba-
' cin previa del Gobierno.
Panam, 6 de Junio de 1951.
David SAMUDIO
Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias.
Una fuerza de doscientos mil
chinos trata de detener el
incontenible avance aliado
Reducen matanza
de ganado en E.U,
los frigorficos
CHICAOO, Junio 6 (UP).
Loa principales Irlgorllcoa re-
dujeron la matanza de ganado
vacuno y dejaron sin trabajo
a centonare;, de obreros, por-
que segn adujeron, no encuen-
tran ganado suficiente a ios
precloe mximos lijados por el
Gobierno.
Mientras tanto, en Washing-
ton, el Presidente Traman con-
ferenci con los representantes
de la industria ganadera para
| tratar sobre sus quejas contra
el jefe de la Oficina de Esta-
bilizacin de Precios, Michael
Disalle, destinada a rebajar < 1
precio de la carne entre ocho
y diez centavos por libra.
En los frigorficos de la Swift
A; Co. no se mat ganado vacu-
no alguno hoy, y la mayor par-
te de sus 200 matarifes queda-
ron sin trabajo. La Armour tt
Co. dej sin trabajo a cien em-
pleados de sus frigorficos y
anunci que su venta de carne
esta semana ser "muy peque-
Ifia." Otras empresas anuncia-
Iron que estaba, reduciendo la
matanza de ganado vacuno.
TOKIO, Junio 6. (UP). La
poderosa ofensiva de -las Na-
ciones Unidas hizo que los co-
munistas se retiraran de su
circulo externo de defensa, a
menos de nueve millas del
"triangulo de hierro" de loa ro-
jos en Corea Central.
Las abatidas tropas chinas
abandonaron sus posiciones
preparadas de antemano para
retirarse a otras fortificaciones
muchos mas fuertes al Norte de
Chipo-Ri a slo nueve millas
de Chorwon en el extremo sur-
oeste del "tringulo de hierro".
Las enlodadas tropas de In-
fantera de las Naciones Unidas
siguieron avanzando para lle-
nar el vacio dejado por la or-
denada retirada de los rojos a
todo lo largo de los frentes
central occidental y c e n tral
desde el Norte de Yonchn a 32
millas al Este de Howachen.
El avance fue llevado a cabo
a 12 millas de Kumhwa, ancla
sureste de la meseta triangu-
lar en la cual se cree que los
chinos han concentrado unos
200,000 soldados o ms y gran
nmero de abastecimientos.
Una rigurosa censura no ha
permitido saber la exacta posi-
cin de las puntas de lanza a-
liadas, pero se cree que se en-
cuentran a ms de diez, millas
al Norte del Paralelo 38.
Otras posiciones rojas exca-
vadas en las rocas bajo la su-
pervlgilancla rusa antes de la
Proyctase autorizar al Ejecutivo para
contratar emprstito de B. 26.000.000
No rebajarn el
papel peridico
los canadienses
TORONTO, Junio 8 (UP)t
Los productores de papel peri-
dico canadienses rechazaron los
esfuerzos del Jefe de la Ofici-
na de Estabilizacin de Precios
de Estados Unidos para que se
rebajaran los precios del papel,
an antes de que ese funcio-
narlo norteamericano hubiera
formulado oficialmente su pe-
ticin.
Las empresas periodsticas
norteamericanas solicitaron la
ayuda de Dlsalle al enfrentar-
se con un nuevo aumento de
diez dlares por tonelada de pa-
pel peridico.
Otra compaa canadiense, la
"Consolidated Paper Corpora-
tion" anunci mientras tanto
que aumentarla el precio del
papel peridico en diez dlares
por tonelada a partir del lo. de
Julio. Anteriormente, las com-
paas Abllitfci y Anglo-Cana-
dian haban anunciado aumen-
tos similares.
Cinco millones sern para
cubrir la deuda que el Gbno.
tiene con el Seguro Social
Once para la deuda interna y diez para
construir la Carretera Interamericaa
La comisin de estudio de
la Asamblea Nacional present
ayer un Informe por medio del
cual se modifica la suma pedi-
da por el Gobierno para refun-
dir la deuda interna y aumen-
tar la suma pedida a 28 mi-
llones de balboas, con el ob-
jeto de liquidar las obligaciones
que tiene pendientes el Go-
bierno.
La suma de B. 26,000,000 fue
repartida de la manera siguien-
te: B. 11,000,000 para pagaf el
emprstito Interno; B. 10,000-
000 para la construccin de la
Carretera Interamericaa y 5
millones para cancelar las obli-
gaciones pendientes con la Ca-
ja de Seguro Social por em-
prstitos para la construccin
de escuelas, el hospital Nicols
Solano y el acueducto de cin-
tr.
En la sesin de ayer el Mi-
nistro de Trabajo, Previsin So-
cial y Salud Pblica, present
a consideracin de la Asamblea
los nombramientos de don Max
Arosemena como gerente del
Banco de Urbanizacin, de don
Manuel Soils P. de 4a Caja de
Seguro Social y de don Pe-
dro V. Cedeo de la Lotera
Nacional de Beneficencia.
Dos funcionarios
zonetas visitan
la Defensa CivH
Dos altos funcionarlos de 1
Defensa Civil de la Zona del
Canal, el Teniente Coronel M.
L. Jacobs, Asistente Militar il
Gobernador del Canal de K-
nam y Mr. M. E. Walker, Con-
sejero de la Defensa Civil del
O^gnador del Canal de Pa-
rtonMBPTsMMPsn' esta nun alia n-
na visita oficial al Comisionado
de la Defensa Civil de Panam,
don Antonio de Iteuter.
Los funcionarlos zonetas de-
partieron amigablemente con su
colega panameo y con su asis-
tente el seor Antonio Martinez
Surroca y luego fu exhibida
una pelcula documental soute
e, tema: "Cmo sobrevivir a un
ataque atmico". Dicha pelcu-
la ha sido donada al Departa-
mento de la Defensa Civil y ae-
ra prximamente exhibida para
el pblico en un lugar que e-s
coger el Comisionado de De-
fensa.
El Dr. Eduardo Chiari estima
que la Corte Suprema es quien
debe juzgar a los Ex-Ministros
El doctor Eduardo Chiari, la competencia de la Corte la
una de las ms altas jerarquas
en materia legal que tiene
nuestro pais, sostiene tambin
que es a la Corte Suprema de
Justicia a la que compete Juz-
gar a los Ministros de Esta-
do. Los valiosos conceptos del
Dr. Chiari, son del tenor si-
guiente:
Para mayor claridad repw-i
duzco en seguida el articulo
74 de la ley 61 de 1MB, que^
dice asi, en lo pertinente:
"Art. 74La Corte Suprema
conocer privativamente y en
una sola instancia de los asun-
tos siguientes:
Rusia volvi a fracasar en
sus intentos de expulsar c
los nacionalistas de la ONU
NUEVA YOR. Junio 6 (UP)
ron el mayor desnivel en usa
votacin que se haya efectuado
en las Naciones Unidas, Ru.la
[El petrleo produce
2.000.000 de Libras
mensuales a Irn
LONDRES, Junio 0 (UP).
entes Informadas dicen que
ran Bretaa podra disponer-
te a reanudar los pagos por a-
tielantadoe por el derecho de
explotacin del petrleo a Irn,
siempre que el Gobierno del Pri-
mer Mlnls'ro Mohamed Mossa-
degh se muestre dispuesto a He-
lar a un "acuerdo equitativo"
-n la controversia petrolera.
El Embajador de Estados
Jnldos en Irn, Henry Grady,
xhort hoy en Tehern que
3ran Bretaa "endulce" laa en-
revistas proyectadas con Irn,
calendo a disposicin de] Go-
bern de Irn fondos que a-
ninoren la situacin fiscal en
se pais.
Les esferas britnicas dicen
hue Gran Bretaa no tiene prl-
a en reanudar los pagos men-
uales de d millones de II-
iras esterlinas tin que haya
>erspectlvas de un convenia
volvi a fracasar en sus inten-
tos de expulsar a la delegacin
de la Cnlna Nacionalista de es
reuniones de las Naciones V-
r.idas.
En el Consejo de Fideicomi-
sos, por una votacin de or.ee
contra uno (de Rusia), se acor-
d aplazar indefinidamente to-
da decisin sobre la propuesta
rusa de Invitar al delegado de
la China Comunista en sustitu-
cin del representante del Kuo-
mlntang.
Esta misma propuesta, hechs
en Enero, obtuvo una votacin
adversa de 10 a dos con Gran
Bretaa votando junto con Ru-
sia, pero hoy Gran Bretaa v>-
t con el resto de las deieja-
ciones despus que el deleg.*'o
britnico, Sir Alan Burns adujo
que las Naciones Unidas non
declarado agresor a la China
Comunista y esa nacin *ha Un
zado ofensiva contra laa fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas".
El cambio de actitud de las
britnicos es un triunfo de la
c pinin de Estados Unidos, rei-
terada hoy en el Senado poi el
Secretarlo de Estado Dean A-
.heson, quien dijo que no ^fee
permitirse que la China R Ja
re abra paso a tiros hacia u..a
ranea en las Naciones Unidas.
Dos decanos fueron
electos ayer por
la Universidad
En sesiones especiales celebru-
cas ayer tarde en la Universi-
dad, las Juntas de las Faculta-
des de Administracin Pblica
Comercio, y Filosofa, Leras
Educacin, procedieron, de
conformidad con los Estatuios
universitarios vigentes, a elegir
i sus respectivos Decanos y 6c-
(Pasa a la P>k;na 6 Col t)
"9>De las causas por deli-
tos o faltas cometidos por los
Ministros de Estado, el Pro-
curador General de la Nacin,
los Magistrados de los Tribu-
nales Superiores de Distrito Ju-
dicial, etc., etc."
"10) De las causas que se
sigan por delitos o faltas co-
metidos en cualquier poca por
individuos que, al tiempo que
deba decidirse del mrito del
sumario, desempean alguno de
los empleos enumerados en el
ordinal anterior".
En vista de la situacin crea-
da, que no admite rectificacio-
nes en el procedimiento, pres-
cindo de laa consideraciones
que podran hacerse en el sen-
tido de que, tratndose de un
solo delito o falta cometido
por varias personas, ha debido
seguirse un solo proceso para
no quebrantar la Unidad de la
relacin procesal.
Son dos casos distintos los
previstos en los ordinales que
dejo copiados.
Con arreglo al ordinal 9o.,
determina el hecho de que el
sindicado ejerza algunos de los
cargos en l mencionados cuan-
do se comete la infraccin. En
este supuesto la competencia
(Pasa a la Pa*. CoL 6)
El mago Chang se
presenta hoy en
el Bella Vista
Chang, el ms famoso de los
magos mundiales, acaba de lle-
gar y debutar en el teatro
Bella Vista maana. Chang
trae novedades, siendo el espec-
tculo, como siempre, de pri-
mer orden, Chang el Mago In-
ternacional, es temoso no solo
por ser uno de los mejores ar-
tistas de su gnero en el mun-
do entero, sino tambin por
ser panameo, lo cual lo hace
saber a todos los pblicos don-
de acta.
Estuvo en Espaa, cuna del
arte teatral, actu cuatro me-
ses consecutivos en el Gran
Teatro de la Zarzuela en Ma-
drid, y cuatro meses en el
Teatro Caldern, de Barcelona,
y asi por el estilo en todo Es-
paa, con xitos asombrosos,
con elogios Jams dados a ar-
tistas de este gnero.
En la Amrica, donde ha ba-
tido los records, fue hace cua-
tro aos en Buenos Aires; cuan-
do actu por diez meses con-
secutivos en un solo teatro con
el mismo programa.
Los precios sern populares.
Amueblada se entregar La Casa del Periodista"
El Ministro de Obras Pbli-
cas, Ing. Norberto Navarro, in-
form ayer a los miembros del
Sindicato de Periodistas que a-
sistleron al acto de colocacin
de la loza superior del audito-
rium, que la "Casa del Perio-
dista" seria entregada dentro
de tres meses totalmente amue-
blada.
Las vistas que reproducimos,
fueron tomadas despus de las
declaraciones del Ministro Na-
varro, y recogen un aspecto ge-
neral de la construccin y el
momento en que 8. E. don Al-
cibades Arosemena, Presidente
de la Repblica, lanzaba la pri-
mera palada de concreto en el
acto que al Ministro Navarro
ofreci ayer a los periodistas.
El Presidente Arosemena se
manifest muy complacido con
el adelanto que se observaba
en la obra, ya que siempre ha-
bla sido amigo de los periodis-
tas y porque se estaba dando
trabajo a un crecido nmero de
obreros.
Renuncia postulacin
el Primer Ministro
Oliveira Salazar
LISBOA, Junio 6 (UP) El
Primer Ministro, Antonio de O-
lvelra Salazar, dio a la publi-
cidad una declaracin diciendo
que no desea ser elegido Presi-
dente de Portugal y pidi a la
Asamblea Nacional que se re-
na para fijar la fecha de las e-
iceciones p r e s idenclales tan
pronto como sea posible.
Salazar dijo que no tiene
fuerzas para asumir la rga a-
iclonal de la Presidencia del
pais. El Primer Ministro est o-
cupando se cargo Interinamen-
te desde la muerte del Presi-
dente Antonio do Fragoso Car-
mona
Se proponen en Italia quitar j(
gobierno a los rojos en ms de
700 ciudades de la Permsufa
Grandes concentraciones de fuerzas
soviticas en la frontera de Irn
Esta noche eligen
su directiva en el
Unin los Leones
Despus de una fuerte cam-
paa pre-eleccionara de los
candidatos que aspiran la di-
reccin del Club de Leones de
Panam, durante el prximo
periodo 1952, concurren esta
noche al Club Unin la mayora
de los Leones, a elegir nueva
directiva.
Leones candidatos de la ta-
lla de Carlos R. Piad, Rogelio
Alfaro y Rafael Endara se dis-
putan la presidencia.
Tambin deseamos informar
que esta sesin ser en honor
del Len Guillermo de Roux,
ex-presldente distinguido de
nuestra Institucin y gerente de
la Caja de Ahorros. En vista
de la importancia de esta se-
sin, la secretaria ruega la
puntual asistencia de todos los
Leones.
Se han visto tanques, artillera
y maniobras areas en escala sin
precedentes registradas hasta hoy
TEHERAN, Junio 8 (UP) Ur-
gente. Los residentes de las
poblaciones fronterizas con R-
ala han informado que existe
una gran actividad y concen-
tracin de las fuerzas soviti-
cas en las fronteras del norte
de Irn, a ambos lados del Mar
Caspio.

Los residentes dicen que han
visto tanques, artillera y ma-
niobras aereas en el lado sovi-
tico en una escala sin prece-
dentes y que 1. frontera se ha-
ya fuertemente patrullada.
Un informa dice que hace
varios das un avin de comba-
te sovitico que se encontra-
ba en un vuelo de reconoci-
miento se estrell Justamente
al lado de Ir. frontera del nor-
te de Azerbaijan cerca de Astra
en el lado occidental del Mar
Caspio. La escena del acciden-
te fu Inmediatamente custo-
diada por aviones rusos hasta
que los escombros del avin
estrellado fueron quitados.
Se dice que stos aviones es-
tn equipados con instrumentos
meteorolgicos especiales y se
ven, muy a menudo, volando
sobre la frontera.
Los informes dicen que s-
tas actividades se iniciaron a
fines de abril a lo largo de las
fronteras del norte de Irn.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23,700
Por concurso sern
otorgadas becas de
Aeronutica aqu
"Tocumen est colocndose a
la altura de los mejores aero-
puertos del mundo" declaro a-
yer el Jefe de la Misin Civil
Aeronutica norteamericana, Sr.
John Lerom, al comunicar al
Gobierno de Panam que el Go-
bierno de los Estados Unios
pone a su disposicin seis becis
para estudios sobre manteni-
miento de la Torre de Control
y Administracin de Aero-
puertos.
Estas becas sern otorgadas
por el Administrador del Atio-
puerto de Tocumen, Don Rlta.-
c'o Melndez, quien proceder a
las selecciones de acuerdo -on
un concurso abierto.
El Jefe de la Misin Aeronu-
tica norteamericana tuvo elo-
giosos conceptos sobre las rc,a-
ciones entre panameos y nor-
teamericanos en el Aeropucito
ue Tocumen y dijo que su oe-
t,erno ae siente complacido por
a forma como se desarrolla el
"ervlclo en un ambiente de ar-
i onia y de elecUv cwperai-w*
tM^m.
ROMA, Junio 8 (UP) Los
partidos anticomunistas de I-
Lalia, alentados por las victonas
obtenidas sobre los rojos en las
uos primeras etapas de las e-
ecciones municipales Italianas.
se estn preparando para infli-
gir nuevas derrotas a los partl-
c'.os prosovltlcos y expulsaiios
del Gobierno de alrededor de
700 ciudades, poblaciones y al-
deas.
El Partido Demcrata Cris-
tiano que dirige el Primer Mi-
nistro Alclde de Gsperl ha rta
Uzado.una vigorosa campaa e-
>ctoral en 30 provincias en las
cuales ms de siete millones de
electores italianos votarn el
prximo domingo.
Los Demcratas Cristianos y
otros partidos anticomunLAm
estn tratando de ellminai a
los rojos del Gobierno Munici-
pal de ciudades como Florencn,
Siena, Pisa, Arezzo, Liorna ?
Turin-
El domingo prximo se cele-
bran elecciones en 1,935 Munl-'
clplos en Otscania, Italia Cen-
tral y las partes del norte 3e
Italia y sur de Baris, incluyen-
do las ciudades de Brindu!,
Lecce y Tarento.
De se total, 704 han estado
gobernados por los comunistas
cesde 1946. 622 por los Dc.-.i-
catas Cristianos 492 por oti db
partidos y 117 por comisionados
nombrados por el Gobierno fih
vez de alcaldes.
Aplazada diligencia final g
sobre una posible gestin i
de paz ante chinos rojos
WASHINGTON, Junio 6 (UP)
Los 16 miembros de las Ka-
clones Unidas que tienen fUtf-
7..S en Corea, incluyendo Colom-
bia, aplazaron la decisin fi-
nal sobre una posible gestin
diplomtica ante el Gobierno
Comunista Chino para negociar
la suspensin de hostilidades en
aquella pennsula del Extremo
Oriente;
Los representantes de las na-
ciones aliadas celebraron una
reunin en el Departamento de
Istado en el curso de la cual se
puso de manifiesto que ningu-
no de esos 16 pases tienen prue
has de que los comunistas c>t4n
datando de lograr una tregui.
Como consecuencia de ello se
decidi aplazar por el momento
la preparacin de una "declama-
cin de objetivos de guerra de
las Naciones Unidas en Corea"
otM se dijo habra podido servir
" bi?e pp.ra posibles negocia-
ciones de paz.
En tanto, las naciones aliadas
continuarn estudiando los ,-ro
Memas militants y polticos
tanteados por ,1a euerra de Co-
rea mientras l fuerzas de las
Naciones Unidas continan ani-
quilando los ejrcitos rojos.
Continan deportando
religiosos en China
los comunistas
HONG KONG, Junio 6 (UP'
Cinco monjas y un obispo cjp
tlleos llegaron deportados pwr
los chinos comunistas, acuba-
dos de varias cosas.
El Obispo francs' Jean de
Vienne fu deportado despuo de
>0 aos en la China y admiti
haberse opuesto a los planes, de
racionalizar la Iglesia Catlica.
Fl Obispo viene procedente e
Tientsin.
Las cinco monjas proceden-
tes de Nankin fueron acusadj?
c"e "negligencia" que segn es
ojos caus la muerte a nii.es
r*c nios en el Hospicio del S*-.
grado Corazn. *
Dos monjas son francesas,
na Italiana, una polaca y uf
austraca.
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N u TALLIRIS SITUADO* tN ISTA CIUOAQ. CALkt H. MO 6?
UNA LEY NECESARIA PARA EL FUNCIONA-
MIENTO DE LA ADMINISTRACIN PUBLICA
El empleado pblico panameo vive siempre so-
metido a una serie de preocupaciones que tienen
u origen en la inestabilidad en el desempeo de
sus cargos. Constantemente est sujeto a factores
extraos a la eficiencia y su posicin est a mer-
ced de las intrigas polticas y de las reacciones
temperamentales de ros superiores de turno.
Como consecuencia de esa inseguridad y de
ese estado de cosas en general la Administracin
Pblica sufre serias irregularidades en primer tr-
mino porqu la seleccin de los empleados se hace,
por regla general, en forma desordenada y, en se-
gundo lujcar; porque no hay ningn estmulo para
los servidores del Estado ya que stos saben que
su puesto depende de las consignas banderizas o
de simpatas personales.
Con cada cambio de gobierno, y no slo con
esto smo con cambios de jefes superiores hay ge-
neralmente* una remocin total en los cuadros del
personal subalterno. La experiencia lograda por
' ros empleados viejos se pierde y el pblico tiene que
sufrir los inconvenientes de un nuevo personal que
llega a las oficinas pblicas casi siempre igno-
rando las ms elementales funciones que se pre-
tende que desempee.
Para corregir esta anomala se necesita que
el gobierno nacional o los miembros del Organis-
mo Legislativo estudien un proyecto de ley que
tienda a establecer el Servicio Civil en Panam, a
fin de que, una vez discutido serenamente, este
proyecto pase por los trmites debidos para con-
vertirse en Ley de la Repblica.
Hemos insinuado la necesidad de urt estudio
previo y adecuado, es decir, algo que no sea el
producto de una precipitacin o de una actitud de-
maggica que podra perfectamente traducirse en
disposiciones exageradas que haran inoperante o
perjudicial la Ley de Servicio Civil.
De ninguna manera se debera tratar de hacer
de esa ley un instrumento inadecuado para los fi-
nes que se persiguen porque entonces se trans-
formara en una remora para el buen funciona-
miento-de. la Administracin Pblica. Pero si se
.ahora un proyecto basado en la
DREW PEARSON DICE: El Presidente les
juenta a los Congresistas su conferencia con Mac-
Arthur en la Isla Wake; MacArthur prometi no
dejarse usar por los Republicanos de nuevo;" Tru-
man no dejar que Acheron renuncie.
WASHINGTON El Presi-
dente Truman ha espado cele-
uranuo una aerie ue chaas
intimas' conlidenciaies con los
naeres de. Congreso en ia Ca-
sa tlair, a Un ce estaoiccer una
mejor cooperacin emre la Ca-
sa Blanca y ei Capitolio. Las
reuniones fueron sugeridas por
el lder de la mayora del Se-
nado, Me* anana ue Arizona, y
estas han sido tan secretas cjue
los Demcratas que np han- smo!
invitados ni siquiera sanen que
estas se han nevado a cabo.
oin Luiuui^u, iOA que tjuuvil'.un
presentes a la ltima reunion
en la Casa Bialr ueron ios Se-
nadores Long de Lulsiana, K-
gore de Virginia ucciaentai,
crear de Delaware, Benton de
Connecticut y Pastore de Rho-
de Lsiano; los Congresistas rtoo-
sevelt de Nueva Voris, Lesinski
ue iviicnlgan, Barmg ae Nevac.,
BialnlK ae Minnesota y O'Brien
de Illinois; tambin estuvieron
presentes dos asistentes presi-
denciales Dave stowe y el ex-
Congreslsta John carrn de
Denver.
Durante casi tres horas, el |
Presidente. 1 ruinan esiuvu
K HP A so DE LA POLTICA
RUSA
El Presidente hizo un corto
epato ae i poltica t-xufnur
norteamericana desde las con-
lerenclas de Yalta, Tehern,
Cairo y Mosc hasta el actual
ceoste sobre MacArthur. Dijo
como Estados Unidos haoia asis-
tido a sas conferencias lleno
ae esperanzas, sin niouvos pa-
1a desconfiar de la palabra ae
.os Rusos. Inciinanuose hacia
uooseveu Jr. Truman comento:
"BU paare atendi a esas con-
ferencias, y usted sabe, por el,
que lo que estoy aicieiao es
cierto.
Entonces Truman describi
cmo Kusla haba faltado a
su palabra y se babia burla-
do de la independencia de
< ultima, dungria, nuigana y
ihecotsiotasjuia. .Truman in-
formo que de '1 compromisos
deiimdus, Rusia haba rene-
gado 33.
"usa sigui su camino, y
1 ruman en el centro. Franklin nosotros nos vimos obligados a
D. Roosevelt Jr. estaba sentado I seguir el nuestro", explic el
a su izquierda y el ayudante ,-iesldenie con tristeza,
de la Casa Blanca, Dave Stowe Entonces el Presidente dijo
u derecha. como Kstados Unidos se habla
El Presidente comenz des- embarcado en una poltica pa-
criblendo solemnemente los ra preservar la paz munaial,
tiempos crticos por que atra- pero al mismo tiempo, deieiueu-
la nacin, y las decido- uose la agresin, bin embargo,
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MIRCOLES. JUNIO 1951
Revista Financiera De La Semana
presionados por el hecho que
x ruman no demostr ni rabia
ni rencor, slo desilusin.
TRUMAN X ROOSEVELT i
El grupo
frehte a una
estaba sentado
larga mesa con
nes criticas que deberan adop-
tarse.
-.'te es uno de los periodos
ms difciles que ste pas ha
ha afrontado", declar Truman.
Entonces dirigindose a Roo-
sevelt Jr. agreg: "...tan di-
fciles, quisas, como alguna
dt las crisis a que le hiio
frente su padre."
"Ustedes, caballeros, son tan
responsables por la buena
marcha de sta nacin como
>o dijo. "Necesito su ayu-
da."
el presidente recalc que la or-
ma de detener ei comunismo y
levantar un mundo saludable
no es por meaio de la tuerza
solamente. Esto condujo a su
programa del Punto Cuatro para
a renauiitacion ue las nacio-
nes no desarrolladas.
itlVVi./.AS M.N 1 .vl'l.O'l Alt
Entusiasmado, Truman llam
.a atencin al necho que Etlo-
, pa tiene un rea de 63,000 mi-
I iias cuadradas "un poco mas
grande que mi Estado natal de
el finado Arthur Vanclenberg
hablando sobre sus problemas tue el ultimo Senador Republi-
para gobernar el pas. La dis-
cusin comenz poco despus
de las diez, un smenla tra-
jo algunos emparedados de Ja-
mn y queso y caf. La reu-
nin se termin a las lti:4S de
la noche.
TRUMAN Y MacARTHUR
Quizs la ms noticiosa
. Missouri' y que est cubler-
! le recordque ta con una gruesa capa de rica
tierra, tan buena como las tie-
rra agrcolas de Indiana, Illi-
nois y Iova. Con restauracin
e irrigacin, predijo Truman,
Otiopia podra producir sufl-
, cente comida para alimentar a
1150,000,000 de personas.
"imagnense lo que sto slg-
Iniicaria para el famlico pue-
r-MMim?L? wton'.el Con" i 01 de la lnd,a' mJ iniuMUL
8 n,?atnlk Minnesota, I ei Presidente tambin lnfor-
NaI.rZZr. Jl' hicieron enfa- m que Valle Eufrates, que era
cano que sirvi bajo un Pres-
deme Republicano, y que ha-
ban slo unos 12 miembros Re-
publicanos de la Cmara que
haban tenido responsabilidades
: ii una administracin Republl-
, cana.
asfu.tao in limn uutiLiu*, e. -,..- ----- ------ vm.- uiw **uc vane fJUildll, LJUC CIA
Presidente' describi su conver- i"? HJHK. un &ran ipo esta- llamado el Jardn de Edn, po-
sacion privada con el Ueneral
MacArtnur en la Isla Wake. Es-
ta fu una conversacin de
hombre a hombre que nadie
pudo oir ni tomar taquigrfi-
camente.
El Presidente cit a MacAr-
thur como que haba prometi-
do que no aejaria que los Re-
wentTi 2i n ak?.ar al Pre" dria 8er convertido en otro Jar-
^ ni. ,K CaPitoll. Pero que din de Edn con mtodos mu-
VaStS. J?a V" onlacto mas! demos de restauracin,
estrecho con la Casa Blanca
'Nosotros no podemos prede-1 Tambin habl sobre tres
cir lo que va a suceder", dijo I tremendas cataratas en Sur
Amrica que son 100 pies ms
altas que las del Nigara, tie-
nen un volumen de cada
Long de x^uislana. "Tomemos s
Dean Acheson, por ejemplo. Al-
- v*v2Lnde no,sotros Q'zs nos
publcanos lo "usaran'' de nue- ,*%?Z PSr. ramas para de" cuafro m a T r> y ,a"
it-nderlo. Entonces quizs una1 cuales podrian ser convertidas
semana ms tarde, podra ser en grandes fuentes de ener-
despedido." gla elctrica.
i ruman asegur que no ha- Impresionado, el Senador
wa peligro de que Acheson Benton de Connecticut dijo co-
mer despedido; que Acheson rao el Senador Kerr de Oklaho-
Se-t aiq.uedar ma naba preguntado a un gr.i-
.* historia demostrar su' PO de siete a ocho Senadores
grandeza, y tengo Intenciones I por qu sera recordada la Ad-
de mantenerme
Por CHARLES F. SPEARE
(N. A. N. A.)
NUEVA TORK, Junio 5 (EPS) Mayo fu un mes poco be>
neficioso para loe inversionistas ue compraron acciones a corte
plato durante los primeros das del mes. Porque en los siguien-
te* las acciones de empresas industriales y ferroviarias sufrieron
substanciales bajas, aunque las primeras recuperaron parte de
las al cerrar el mee.
Los factores que ejercieron mayor influencia fueron los prxi-
mos aumentos de Impuestos para las corporaciones e individuos
y la conviccin de que la guerra de Corea ha entrado en una
fase mas alentadora.
, La pauta general de los negocios ha declinado ligeramente,
se observa mas fcilmente en la industria da construccio-
nes, debido a la creciente dificultad para obtener los materiales
v los prestamos cancanos. Se informa que hav un excedente en
la industria de automviles. Us noticias sobre la csecfca in-
vernal de trigo sen ms alentadoras.
Los altos dividendos distribuidos por muchas importantes
empresas industriales el ao pasado estn siendo sostenidos. El
cuadro mas pobre lo presentan Us empresas ferroviarias del este
m..2! i .*" Un,dos- cuyos n*resos durante los primeros cuatro
meses del ano no han sido muy halagadores.
** 'f'".'1* U Tre* federal, al ofrecer notas a nueve
?C?S j por c,en, "* refundir los bonos que maduran
ii 15 de Junio, por un total de 10,000 millones de dlares, cons-
tituyo un estimulo para el mercado de valores oficiales, va aue
se esperaba un cupn de I-S/4 por ciento. Sin embargo, ios bo-
k1-' '* ff'Poraciones industriales siguieron poco firmes, taa-
nienoo perdido un promedio de cuatro puntos desde comienzos de
Marzo v eancelado su modesta alza de principios de Mayo.
u.Bn..t?,L*rtSu, ue f-paiece *n ,a ed,e*> le Junio de la re-
vista "Fortune" John McDonald afirma que "los compradores
,ra!X*? Q.Ue 2 h*5tn, ieiir** "> mercado estn com-
Zl 22bonaB *',?. Hablamos de los grandes inversionistas
s?.. a e*u,d< el cambio realizado por universidades, compa-
r ^SS* !SS*I ,0ndos de "enslon' en busca de valo-
nv#?2. .P^ SC*in re^iU"> Ftl"* 8 por ,0 mtnM en Proporcin
inversa a la declinacin ael dolar".
...u-!i-,nfirc*f'Lde artcu! de consumo general ha venido si-
tulendo el patron general del mercado de valores. La semana
ETtt el 'n"ceuDow-Jones sufri la declinacin ms importan.
...lc. .C re/neri?'r EI Gn"rntT Trust de Nueva York
cfri SaJSJE^ dt Jur' flue S ind,ce bal Pntos- ter-
cera declinacin mensual consecutiva.
h. .EiPir.lnCiS*! eent0 e,n *' J"""* deI comercio al por menor
n,.id| bf,1? de PrecM utoruada por el acuerdo sobre esta
r ni*.' QU* Be Pf .hado nor el ran bazar R. H. Macy &
f. Y *. reduccion de % en cerca de seis mil artculos.
d W vU,w* *Ue"* d* pr'c'os entre ,os Principales ba-
naes fl pr0T0Car* seguramente rebajas adicio-
Abre el Brasil un
concurso a becas
para post-grado
El Rector de la Universidad
de gan. Paulo, Brasil, Dr. Lu-
ciano Oualberto, ha comunica
do al Ministerio de Educacin la
apertura de un-~Cohcarso k be-
cas para-rfiases americanos. Las
becas son para hacer estudios
de post-grgduados por el tr-
mino de un ao. Tal trmino
puede ser prorrogado.
El estudiante becario recibir
una pensin de cinco mil cru-
oelroe y tdda peticin debe, lle-
gar a la Univetsidad de San
Paulo antes del 30 de agosto del
presente *fio.
Toda aclaracin puede lograr-
se en la Secretara del Minis-
terio.
vo. MacArthur se quej al Pre-
sidente de que los Republicanos
lo, hafeiaiA empujado a la'cam-
paa electoral de 184 y lo ha-
Dian dejado plantado Agreg
que no se quera meter "en na-
da parecido" otra vez y que no
estaba dispuesto a ser usado
por los Republicanos.
Esta, dijo el Preside
Esta, dijo el Presidente, fu meti, Trnm.n*.!iii'u lad.0"' pr-| ml,ntracl,n d Truman. Al
una de las razones por la cual I ,, hUi? No se destituye I guien sugiri que por el contro
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MIRCOLES, Jt'NIO 6, lf5I
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGI7IA riE|
Chile fortificar el estrecho de
Magallanes con ayuda de EEUU,
Hay gran inters en esa ruta pueJe eJ GotemO Laborista
ante el peligro de una guerra # .
si fracasara la reria Britnica
con la Unin Sovitica
Por A. de MONTMORENC1
(N.A.N.A.)
NUEVA YORK, Junio
Gil, le ortlicar el estrecho
ci Magallanes,' con la ayuda de
los Estados Unidos y la Oran
Bretaa, y cerrar asi la ruta
maritima en el extremo sur del
continente americano a los bar-
cos soviticos, en caso de un
conflicto mundial. m
Despachos de Bantlagtr Infor-
man que hay nuevamente gran
Inters en esa ruta, ante ti
peligro de una guerra con Ru-
sia. Y mientras Argentina flue
controla la entrada oriental del
estrecho muestra poco entu-
siasmo por el proyecto, Chile ha
manifestado que est dispuesto
a cooperar con las autoridades
navales britnicas y norteame-
ricanas, fortificando ciertas por
siciones estratgicas a lo largo
del estrecno.
Como parte de estas fortifi-
caciones se estaoleceran insta-
laciones para preparar y sem-
brar campos de minas en varios
puntos aei estrecho. Acaian.iei.-
te las nicas facilidades nava-
les con que podran contar los
aliados occidentales en esa re-
gin son tas que poseen los bri-
tnicos en las islas Falkland o
Malvinas, que Argentina recla-
ma como territorio suyo.
Descubierto por Magallanes
en 1520, el estrecho desempe
un papel importante en la pri-
mera guerra mundial. En 1914
el escuadrn naval alemn que
estaba en aguas de China al
mando del almirante conde Von
6pee, zarp de Tslngtao paia
Alemania, tratando de seguir
esa ruta, pero fu vencido por
una escuadra Inglesa al mando
del almirante Sturdee.
Durante la segunda guerra
mundial, en cambio, el estrech
no tuvo Importancia estratgi-
ca, pudiendo decirse que no o
cruz un .solo barco de guexra,.
de los aliados, ni del Eje. .
Es muy posible que las me-
didas para fortificar el estrecho
hagan que Argentina presione
con nuevo vigor su reclamo.so-
bre la^, islas Malvinas. Descu-
biertas por tfohh Davis eri el
siglo diclmo sexto, estas Islas
ueron ocupadas sucesivamente
por los ingleses, los franceses y
los espaoles, y luego una vez
ms por los ingleses, que as
tienen bajo su bandera actual-
mente. i
Las Martinas forman un gru-
po de un centenar de islas, con
una superficie total de 11,718
kilmetros cuadrados. Su pobla-
cin es muy escasa, ascendiendo
escasamente a dos mil quinien-
tos o tres mil habitantes. Estn
a unos 565 kilmetros al este del
estrecho de Magallanes y desde
1 punto de vista geolgico ofre-
cen un fenmencr,.interesante,
la formacin de ros de piedra
i originados por el movimiento de
productos de desgaste subterr-
! neo ocurrido durante la glacla-
! cin. Aunque se atribuye el des-
i cubrimiento de estas islas a Da-
vis, tambin se dice que lo lle-
varon a cabo los tripulantes de
! ia nave "San Antonio", de la
expedicin de Magallanes, que
' e separaron de ste dlriglndo-
' se al Cabo de Buena Esperanza.
El nuevo inters sentido en
! los crculos navales occidenta-
les por las posibilidades estra-
tgicas del estrecho de Maga-
llanes y de las Islas Malvinas o
Falkland, sin duda afectar las
probalidedes de que stas pa-
sen a la, Argentina.
Acaban de llegar
EN TODOS LOS ESTILOS
Intimo
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Alio-elle
j f* Mmdanetie
Dec-la-tay
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Adagio
Masquerade
de 1.50 a 2.75
LA CREACIN
Ave. Central 67
Panam.
Por NORMAN A. KAll.
(NAN.A.)
LONDRES, Junio (EPS)La
feria de la Gran Bretaa debe
arrojar una ganancia neta o
se Interpelar en los Comunes
al gobierno laborista, hostigado
ya por muertes, defecciones y
fiascos.
A decir verdad, es concebi-
ble que el fracaso econmico
de la fiesta pudiera acarrear ka
cada del gobierno laborista de
Clement Attlee. que se ha visto
fuertemente sacudido por los
acontecimientos de los dos lti-1
raos mese. Se cree generalmen-
te que en el otoo se celebra-
rn nuevas elecciones, y para
esa poca debe estar claro si el!
gobierno recuperara los cin-
cuenta millones de dlares que
ha gastado en el primoroso es-
pectculo del parque BATTER-
SEA.
No todos los britnicos reci-
bieron con cario la Idea de la
ftrla cuando fu concebida por
El Gobierno debe recuperar
los cincuenta millones que
ha gastado antes del Otoo
De r.o ser as, es posible que pierda las prximas
elecciones, ya que no todos los britnicos estn
. contentos con la feria
norme farsa. El entusiasmo por
el proyecto se centr mayor-
mente en el propio Londres y
en ciudades tales como Edin-
burgo, Glasgow y Birmingham,
donde se >royectaron exhibicio-
nes y espectculos colaterales,
asi como en las zonas visitadas
por los turistas, las cuales es-
peraban beneficiarse con la pro-
paganda de la feria.
Ahora que se h. trado a co-
lacin el asunto, hay una acti-
tud de "hagamos un -xito de
. canos han estado haciendo eso
i mismo desde la terminacin de
; la guerra, y no haba motivo
; alguno para creer que el trfico
I entre los Estados Unidos y la
Gran Bretaa estuviera a pun-
to de disminuir este ao.
La celebracin se proyect
originalmente como una espe-
cie de alivio de la austeridad
bajo la que han estado vivien-
do los britnicos durante los
ltimos doce aos. El propsito
de la misma era proporcionar-
le al pueblo una oportunidad
para divertirse un poco y tratar
de olvidar los altos Impuestos,
el alza dt precios y las colas de
racionamiento. Al mismo tiem-
po, el gobierno laborista espera-
ba que el pueblo la considera-
se como un jaln en la recupe-
racin de la Gran Bretaa de
ios efectos de la guerra.
La feria propiamente dicha es
una ordenada y bien ejecutada
coleccin de edificios y exhl-
] bidones a lo largo del Tmesis.
entre el puente de Waterloo y
el de Londres Puede compa-
' ra.rse con las ferias mundiales
de Nueva York y de Chicago.
; v *e espera que sus principales
primera vez. Los del norte del esto, no importa lo que hayamos
nas y los qu viven en otras
reas alejadas de Londres cre-
yeron que se trataba de una e-
RECONSTRUUM CERTIFICADA
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pensado al principio." Hasta los
que mas dudaban de la feria al
principio, esperan sinceramente
que tenga buenos resultados
desde el punto de vista econ-
mico. No pueden permitirse el
lujo de que su gobierno tire mi-
llones de dlares para propor-:
clonarles la discutible satisfac-
cin de poder decir: "Ya lo di-
je yo."
Contrariamente a la impre-
sin que tienen la mayora de
los norteamericanos, la feria de.
la Gran Bretaa no es primor-
dlalmente algo para atraer tu-,
rlstas extranjeros. Inglaterra es-
pera, claro est, que los norte-
americanos acudan en bandas
este verano, dejando en el pas
gruesas sumas de dlares. Pero,:
de todos modos, los norteamerl-'
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le gusta ... le cae bien ..
La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
SECRETARIA
HUYE DE SU JEFE
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Ti! El no
patrocinadores sean los propios
britnicos, que vendrn en pe- i
regrlnacl.i los dias de fiestas.'
procedentes de todas partes del l
Reino Unido.Trata la feria de;
'iacer Un recuento del progre-
so alcanzado por los britnicos
a travs de las ed-ides y espe-
cialmente de demostrar la elas-
ticidad de la nacin al volver i
a la senda de la normalidad!
desous de los devastadores e-'
rectos de seis aos de guerra. \
Todo el mundo conviene en;
que la feria logra esto admira-;
blemente. Y si las entradas de
taquilla son lo suficientemente I
sustanciales durante todo el ve-
rano, el .gobierno laborista ha-j
br evitado Una situacin muy'
embarazosa cuando tenga que
rendir cuentas en el otoo.
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Eficiencia de las protenas en la dieta
El mtodo ms directo para
evaluar la eficiencia nutritiva
de las protenas contenidas en
los alimentos de una dieta mix-
te, seria el de calcular las can-
tidades de cidos amlnados pre-
sentes en estos alimentos. Pero
esto no es posible, debido a que
los anlisis de que se disponen
actualmente son insuficientes
para hacer esta evaluacin.
Por otros varios mtodos se
han determinado los valores re-
lativos de algunas protenas;
encontrndose que las protenas
de origen animal son superiores
a las protenas de origen vege-
tal. An mas, mientras que las
protenas de origen vegetal on
diferentes unas de otras; asi
casi todas las protenas conteni-
das en los granos de la legumi-
nosas son superiores a las de los
dems vegetales, aumentndose
ese valor con el proceso de ca-
lentamiento durante 45 miiv.u. -
como se ha demostrado con la
soya, frijol y otras leguminosas.
A pesar del bajo valor nutri-
tivo de las protenas de proce-
dencia vegetal se pueden com-
binar diferentes clases de C30S
alimentos y obtener un alto va-
lor biolgicos de la dieta.
Asi tambin una cantidad re'
Intivamente pequea de protei-
na animal agregada a una die-
ta vegetal aumentar en alto
grado el valor nutritivo de 1-s
protenas de procedencia ve-
getal.
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deraciones sobre las protenas
contenidas en los alimentos; v.n
las siguientes plticas las cla-
sificaremos en productos de o-
rigen animal, cereales, legumi-
nosas y otros vegetales.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
ir
Se harn gestiones
para instalacin
de un acueducto
Segn se nos ha informado,
una Comisin especial, integra-
da por distinguido elemento del
lugar y personas vinculadas a
ti, residentes en la Capital y de
gran prestigio e Influencia, vi
.itar oportunamente a S. K.
ei Ministro de Previsin Social,
con el fin de conseguir que C3e
Ministerio d los pasos necesa-
rios para la instalacin del a-
cueducto por el que tanto tlcn-
po viene clamando con Justo
derecho.
Entre los integrantes de di-
cha comisin aparecen los nom-
bres de lai siguientes personas-
Lie. Hermgenes de la Rosa, Lie.
Virgilio Melndez, Pllx Aroee-
mena C, Jos E- Olivarrn (Co-
regldor.) Felipe Garrido, Rl-
Curte A Acheen, Cndido To-
rres, Vctor Guardia, Sanlana
(it Oracia ect.
En nuestro prximo comuni-
cado a la prensa daremos m-\s
informes sobre el particular y
ojal todos los que sientan al-
gn afecto por este simptico
puebleclto, se unan a la cruza-
da que se organizar para Ul
fin. Tambin se nos ha Infor-
mado que con ese elemento es-
cogido se fundar una sociedad
que se denominar "Pro Pa-
cora".
Todos los puestos innecesarios
suprimidos en el Ferrocarril
de Chiriqu en pocos das
En virtud de la situacin di-
fcil por la que atraviesa el Fe-
rrocarril Nacional de Chlnqui
en materia econmica, se ha
decidido eliminar los puc.-tos
Innecesarios en esta dependen-
cia.
En efecto, en reunin efec-
tuada con todos los Jefes de Pe
partamentos, se fueron seleccio-
nando los puestos que consti-
tuan un escape a la economa
dt esta institucin y fu as co-
mo 45 personas desempeaban
posiciones que verdaderamente
estaban de ms.
Esta supresin de fuerzas, re-
presenta para el Ferrocarril u-
na economa de Bs. 3.000 C|iie
como bien puede comprende.se
dignificaba un desnivel grande
para los fondos de sta.
HOneNTALES:
_ 1Joroba.
6Cocine en seco.
8El primer hombre,
12Pieza de artillera.
13Del verbo ir.
14Signo musical.
16Del jerbo mirar.
15RelsWBstea Iberia.
18Refugios para desvalidos.
20Qua-xema o bou*
. 21 4MW %ue despiden los
^ volcanes.
22Organizacin Militar
Americana, luir.
23Hecho inast.
26Lechuelrenza, planta,
tflHroe legendario espaol.
. i tores orientales.
33Famoso msico cubano.
34De alojamiento.
36Intervenida quirrgicamen-
te.
18 Distrada.
40Uno de ios nombres de
troya.
41Poblacin de Cuba.
44- Pequeo, argentinismo.
47 Ttombre 48Segundo califa.
SUEstrujar.
51Dios romano del hogar.
32Existir.
53Desabrido.
54Adverbio de lugar.
86Agarraderas.
VERTICALES:
1Para pegar.
2Ave zancuda.
3Trabajado con un buril.
4Del verbo asar.
8Informado.
88ociedad Autnoma
Brasilea. Inlc.
7Nombre de mes.
8Das nimo.
9Una docena.
10Destruida, Inv.
11Aparato de pesca.
17Envele dinero.
18En forma de valo. Pl.
23Adverbio de lugar.
ItUn millar.
25-.AutUlo.
t27-^Que son de idntico parecer
u opinin.
28-Contienda, lucha.
"-SNombre de mujpr
S?Abundante, esplndida.
i 85Hombre del campo, en
Puerto Rico.
17 Andrajosa.
30Brinda o da asilo.
41Amarras.
42Color.
43Quieres con amor.
45Nombre de mujer.
46Reces.
4r,Perro. Inv.
GACETILLAS
Universitarias
% K2xM
Cuando trasportaba arroz a
una lancha, muri en Cana
el seor Ricardo Villarreal
TONOSI, Junio 6 (Correspon-
sal) Anoche falleci ahoga-
do en la regln de Cana, Juris-
diccin del distrito de Tonosi, el
seor Ricardo Villarreal, comer-
ciante de esta localidad.
Segn Informes recibidos el
sefior Villarreal transportaba
varios quintales de arroz a la
lancha "Luz del Carmen", oe
Guarar, la cual se encontroa
anclada en las playas de Bca-
ro, cuando un fuerte "oleaje le
volte la canoa y lo arroj al
mar-
A pesar de todos los esfueizcs
italizados, no se ha podido ha-
llar el cuerpo de la victima, que
ot ahog en las primeras horas
de la noche de ayer.
Honda pena ha causado entre
sus familiares y amigos el su-
ceso que ha enlutado un hogar
humilde pero muy consldtrado.
Reanudamos la presentacin
de los profesores que imparten
sus enseanzas en la Escuela
de Medicina. En esta ocasin
nos es placentero presentar a
la Dra. Enid de Rodanlche. pro-
fesora de Bacteriologa mdica.
La Biblioteca de David es la
primera en tener discoteca
El material de la Biblioteca
Pbica de David ha sido en-
riquecido notablemente con el
obsequio de 12 obras de mate-
rial de lectura selecto y una
discoteca propiedad del doctor
Domingo Amat. presidente del
comit pro-Biblioteca de Puer-
to Armuelles. Por este gesto
espontneo y altamente altruis-
ta del doctor Amat ser Da-
vid la primera biblioteca de la
Repblica que tendr una dis-
Codfl delicioso
Postula Vkk
oorjoni o#
12 a 15 minuto
Apenas ne icieril
l los das
it laxantes fitrtftt!
"iCuinto me hubiera justado eh
hablar de All Bran hace 23 atoll
I No habra necesitado de tantos
asante fuertes) AJ.
oran me regulariz
maravillosamente".
Esto dice la seora
H. B. Taylor. 1804
Ridge Ave.. Coraop-
olii. Pa. Otra decla-
racin espontnea
de lo* que toman All Bran Si su
estreimiento se debe a falta de vo-
lumen, tome una onza del sabroso
All- Bran todo* los diai, y mucha
agua. Muy prontr sentir usted
lo* benfico* resultados.
ENID DE RODANICHE
(44 aos)
TITULO:Doctora en Filoso-
fa con especlalizacln en Bac-
teriologa y Parasitologa (Uni-
versidad de Chicago).
EJECUTORIA:Ha desempe-
ado los siguientes cargos:
a) Curadora Jefe del Depar-
tamento de Bacteriologa y Pa-
rasitologa de la Universidad de
Chicago.
b) Jefe del Departamento de
Salud Pblica (Repblica de Pa-
nam).
c) Virologista del Laborato-
rio Oorgas (Repblica de Pa-
nam).
2o. Ha publicado 25 trabajo,
casi todos de investigacin en
las ramas de Bacteriologa y Pa-
rasitologa.
3o. Es miembro de diferentes
sociedades cientficas de recono-
cido prestigio.
EXPERIENCIA DIDCTICA:
Ha sido profesora asistente de
Bacteriologa y Parasitologa en
la Universidad de Chicago
1933-37. Ha sido instructora
de Bacteriologa de Medicina de
la Universidad de Chicago
H936-37).
EBPEClALIZACIOtrifi EN LA
ASIGNATURA:- Sus ttulos de
Bachiller*, de Master y de Doc-
tora) los ha obtenido en la ra-
ma que se desea ensear.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
coteca cuyos discos amplan la
obra cultural que ella realiza
y podrn ofrecer estos discos
al pblico mediante los requi-
sitos que se exigen en esta cla-
se de prstamos.
La discoteca consta de un to-
cadiscos, 235 discos de msica
clsica. 25 de msica folklrica
de Chile. La msica clsica de
ellos son selecciones escogidas
de los mejores compositores cl-
sicos y modernos de las di-
versas escuelas: Beethoven,
Brahhms, Bach, Mendelsson,
Wagner, Ravel. Debussy, Pro-
koffiel. Madrigalistas del Siglo
XVII de Talla, Turin, Albniz,
ele. Estos discos sern guarda-
dos en un gabinete de made-
ra obsequiado tambin por el1
Dr. Amat.
La Biblioteca Nacional de Pa-
nam y muy especialmente la
Biblioteca Pblica de David a-
gradecen al Dr. Amat su ges-
to en pro de la cultura pa-
tria.
Panam, junto 5 de 1951.
Piden en Caazas
que se llenen las
vacantes docentes
CALAZAS, Junio 6 (Cones-
cnsali Nios y padre-i de
familia Canacas perjudicado;
..-.-elemente motivo no le lien
.(.nado escuela."Jos de la Ciuz
Mrlda" vacante existen de .de
mes de mayo. Escuela necesita
nombramiento un maestro para
llenar vacante producida gravi-
dez y nombramiento otros maes
iros por aumento matricula.
Dos maestros faltan en la es-
cuela Caazas. Habitantes e. comunidad esperan del Joven y
meritorio Ministro de Educaclii*.
Ir.g. Ricardo J. Bermdez, lnur-
ponga patriticos oficios fin
nombramiento esos dos maes-
tros se hagan mayor brevedad.
Inters despliegue talentoso y
entusiasta Ministro Bermdez,
obligar gratitud reconocimiento
padres familia Caazas.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
ROBRE EL MERCADO
PUBLICO
Chorrera, Junio 4 de 1951.
Sr. Director:
Le agradeceramos nos le die-
ra cabida a este remitido en
su muy ledo peridico.
Hace mucho tiempo, que el
pueblo de La Chorrera viene
clamando para que sean repa-
radas ciertas anomalas, la pri-
mera es que da vergenza en
el estado desastroso en que se
encuentra el mercado pblico
de este distrito, las ventanas q'
estaban cubierta con tela me-
tlica ya se encuentran descu-
/ertas y por dichas ventanas
Se meten hasta los gallinazos,
cuando no hay quien los Ti-
glle. El seor Alcalde y el Jefe
de Sanidad, por medio de no-
tas, les han hecho ver a los
seores concejales, la urgencia
que es reparar dicho mercado,
pero los seores concejales lo
nico que han hecho es hacer
una licitacin de hambre, don-
de ninguno ha querido hacerse
cargo de dicho trabajo. En es-
te caso no culpamos al seor
Alcalde ni a tres concejales li-
berales, porque ellos no tienen
ni voz ni voto en dicho Con-
cejo, pues entonces como la
mayora de los concejales son
del referido PRA. el pueblo se
ver en la necesidad de decir-
les a estos seores que desocu-
pen el puesto para ver si sus
suplentes pueden hacer algo, y
que ellos en tres aos (3), no
han hecho nada en bien del
pueblo que los llev a ocupar
ese puesto, que no han sabi-
do desempear.
Dndole las ms expresivas
gracias al seor Director, nos
Comit Pro-Carretera a Las
Minas emite un comunicado
Publicamos el siguiente co-
municado del Comit Pro-Cu-
rretera de Las Minas.
Hace mucho tiempo venimos
clamando por la construccin
oe la carretera que ha de unir-
nos a los dems pueblos de la
Provincia.
Hasta 'noy. Las Minas es el
nico distrito de Herrera que
no cuenta con un camino tran-
sitable para vehculos motn*.-,
tos, en todas as pocas del afle.
En innumerables ocasiont
hemos expuesto esta necesluad
a los gobernantes, quienes ii:.n
hecho siempre la incumpl;::
promesa de hacer dicha obiu
Los polticos toman este tenia
como ofrecimiento oportuno pu-
ra adquirir elementos a su cau-
ca y el pueblo de Las Minas lu.
permanecido confiado en espera
de la realizacin de esta obra
jor la cual hemos venido lu-
chando desde hace tanto
tiempo.
Desde la Administracin de
don Rodolfo Chlari, (q.d.D.g) se
\iene botando sumas consider.-.
bles que pasan del medio mi-
lln de balboas, sin que el corte
haya llegado hasta aqu. Ape-
nas son ocho kilmetros y como
no podemos esperar ms tien.w
y se acerca la campaa electo-
ral, los que firmamos est co-
municado, sin distingos de par-
tidos polticos, pues slo nos a-
nima el deseo de contribuir al
mejoramiento de nuestro pue-
blo, manifestamas de la mane-
ii. ms sincera, que estamos
dispuesto* a consignar nuestros
votos por el Candidato a la Pre-
sidencia que antes de las elec-
ciones haya satisfecho esta y>
realdad del pueblo de Las Mina-
No nos extraa que los pre-
suntos candidatos a la Prtsi-
tencia nos digan qu ninguna e
ellos est dispuesto a sacar ci
su bolsillo una suma considera-
ble para 'nacernos carretero o
q'je ellos no son dueos de ,. arcas nacionales-para poder ais-
suscrlbimos de usted, sus aten-
tos y seguros servidores,
Jos S. Agnllar,
Cd. 28-17638
Rafael Ricardo
toner del tesoro la partida He*
."aria, pero tambin es Verdad
c;ue los aspirantes a la Prcsi-
uencla de la Repblica son to-
dos amigos de la actual Admi-
nistracin y por consiguiente
pueden conseguir con el actual
gobierno que bote una partida
y que sea bien empleada, para
que se cumplan nuestros tcoof
que de ser un favor que se n^s
hace, es un derecho que nos ca-
ri esponde
Hacemos constar que nuestra
: remesas no son vanas, por io
c;de censuramos fuertemente ya
por la radio, ya por la prensa
o por cualquier otro rgano, ia
persona que despus de hantr
estampado su firma no cumpia
mi promesa y que por consi-
guiente va contra del pueblo ole
Las Minas-
LAS MINAS, Junio 5 de 1951
rfidr-ifo Polo. Jos M. Lao,
Jos A Aparicio', Manuel R.
(jarcia, Aquileo Prieto, Eligi
Rodriguez, Daniel Chavarria
(Siguen ms firma)
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VENTA EN SU ESTACIN DE SEUflCIO EtIO


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MIRCOLES, JUNIO 1951
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE

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PAGINA CINCt
Informe* para eta seccin se reciben en la
RA
xccin
S^ocia
Telfono S-J1K
ocia
de EL PANAMAAME RICA
HOHAS: l:M m II:N a.m.
Ansrtado 134
Puerto Rico vot ayer a favor
de obtener plena autonoma en
todos los asuntos locales
Del Club interamerioano
de Mujeres
El Club Interamerlcano de
Mujeres de Panam tendr el
sbado 9 del presente a las 12:30
p.m. un almuerzo en e) Hotel
El Panam, que ser presidido
por la Junta Directiva sallen-
te del Club. Las damas que re-
sultaron electas para la nueva
Junta directiva, sern presenta-
das durante dicho acto El pre-
cio del cubierto es de B.2.25 y
las reservaciones debern ha-
cerse a ms tardar maana
en las oflcLias del Club. Las
soclas podrn llevar Invitadas
no soclas. y las que deseen ju-
gar cartas despuV del almuer-
zo, debern llevar sus barajas,
lpices, etc.
Participaciones de Matrimonio
El seor Juan Francisco Arlas
y seora Anita V. de Arlas y la
seora Delia R. vda. de Andre-
ve estn participando el matri-
moni de sus hijos, Ana Lu-
crecia y Guillermo, acto que
se verificar el sbado 23 del
presente mes. a las 8 p.m. en la
Iglesia de Cristo Rey.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos al Dr. Octavio F-
brega, quien acompaado de su
hijo Octavio regres anoche de
los Estados Unidos. Despus de
haber obtenido su diploma de
cadete en la Academia Militar
de Riverside, en Galnsvllle,
Georgia, regres ayer a Pa-
nam el Joven Vasco Wende-
hacke Fbrega. Lo saludamos
MISA
Se invita a todos los familiares y amigos a ana misa que
se celebrar maana a laa 7:30 a.m. en la Iglesia de Santa
Ana, por el eterno descanso de quien en vida se llam
CANDELARIO LORE
Sn bija, Leonor Lor de Thompson, sns dems hijos
y nietos agradecern la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
11 iiiiii ii
ESCUELA PROFESIONAL
CURSOS VOCACIONALES PARA ADULTOS
El curso de Mecanografa park adultos comenz
desda al Martes 29 de Mayo. La matricula para esta
curso permanecar abiarta hasta *\ Viernes, 8 da Junio.
Sa recuerda a los aspirantes qua daban traer al
Certificado dal Primer Ciclo o crditos equivalentes,
para podar aar aceptados.
egalus
Ave. Tvoli No. 16
tordialmente. Saludamos al Sr.
Eduardo de la Guardia Estri-
peaut, quien lleg en das pa-
sados de Nueva York por la via
area.
De Suramerica
Grata estada le deseamos al
Sr. Gilberto Orlllac, quien se
encuentra en nuestra capital
con el fin de pasar una tem-
porada visitando a sus padres,
seor Julio Orillas y seora
Emellna A. de Orlllac.
Para Costa Rica
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios (has en Panam, Huspedes
del Sr. Juan Francisco Arlas y
seora Anita V. de Arlas, re-
Sresan hoy a San Jos el Sr.
ohn Keith y seora. Los 'des-
pedimos.
Advenimiento
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el 8r. Fernando Lasso y se-
ora Miriam de Lasso, por el
advenimiento de un varoncito,
ocurrido #n la Clnica San Fer-
nando.
SAN JUAN. P. R., junio 8.
. El pueblo de esta Isla,
que es territorio de Estados U-
nidos, acept por abrumadora
mayora en el plebiscito cele-
brado hoy, la proposicin de re-
dactar su propia constitucin y
obtener plena autonoma en a-
suntos locales.
Los computas oficiales y com-
pletos en 66 de los 77 muni-
cipios del pais arrojaron 335,499
votos en favor de la Consti-
tucin y 90,698 en contra, o
sea una mayora de 244,800 en
426,198 votos computados.
San Juan y Rio Piedras, la
primera y segunda ciudad del
pats, respectivamente, figuran
entre las once en las cuales
no se han computado loa votos
y la votacin en las mismas de-
terminar grandemente el re-
sultado final
Hasta ahora, el Municipio de
Fajardo es el nico que ha vo-
tado en contra de la Consti-
tucin 2,913 contra 2,834
de acuerdo con un cmputo
completo pero extraoficial.
El Coronel Salvador Rola, Je-
fe de la Polica informo que
solo dos personas fueron arres-
tadas en todo el pais durante
el da de ayer, por alterar el
orden pblico. Aadi que las
elecciones han sido las ms or-
denadas en la historia de Puer-
to Rico.
La votacin en el plebiscito
sobre la "ley de constitucin y
convenio" comenz a la una
de la tarde en 5,469 centros e-
lectorales en la isla, la mayor
parte de los cuales estn en edi-
ficios y escuelas pblicos.
En toda la Isla reina la tran-
quilidad, pero una fuerza po-
licial regular de 2,400 hombres,
auxiliada por 5,469 guardias es-
peciales, adopt medidas de vi-
gilancia para sofocar cualquier
desorden que pudiera surgir.
Candidato de fuerza
para la Presidencia
del Club de Leones
Sobre reunin de los Cuatro
Grandes enva condiciones a
Estados Unidos la Rusia Roa
Enferma
Pronta mejora le deseamos a
la seora Marta J. de Momee,
quien sufre quebrantos de sa-
lud en la Clnica San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Betty de Guardia.
Sra. Alicia M. de Mouyns.
Sra. Eloinp C. de Diaz.
Srta. Ana Mercedes Quintero.
Srta. Meme Latorraca.
Srta. Dorlta Azcrraga.
Nia Beatriz Quelquejeu Mu-
11er.
AH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosas y fortificantes
HOJUELAS D AVIM 3-MINUT0S
m
En iodo I mundo loi nio* prefieren lis
Hoj uel J dt Aven -Minutos. Y es ssom-
broio lo mucho que i tilos It* gusts *u
sabor. Srvalas y \tti.
Luego Srvsse iW timhin un pino
de un tlimenlicio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que ton titti suculentas hojuelas
dt tvtoa, maduradas I sol y dt rico sabor
a nuez, qua tanto estimulan ti apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato dt Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minuiot
el manjar universalmtott preferido
pars el desayuno.
. WUS&
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Ana sabel P. de Chew-
nlng.
Srta. Luchl Calvo Sucre.
Dr. Eduardo Morgan.
Dr. Horacio Cont Mendoza.
Nio Robert McGrath Jr.
Despedida
Para despedir a la Srta. Jull-
ta Mlguez quien parte'para />
pna el prximo domingo un
grupo 1 sus amistades ofreci
Una animada fiestecita en i.i
residencia de la Srta. Rosita Lo-
vis. Asistieron a esta fiesta a-
dems de la agasajada laa se-
oritas:
Tinlta Vega, Alicia Brovn,
Kuth Mizrachi, Juanita Amyu-
tia, Tita Molt, Xenia Yuis,
Martha Castillo, Nlvia Rodri-
guez, Calingo Espino, Nede/ka
Arosemena, Rosita y Ro.sano
Lovis, y los seores: Chicho
Pravo, Carlos Lasso, Plinto Vyt-
son, Orlando Sousa, Millo Fi-
gueroa, Tito Guerra, Jorfe Can-
tillo, Rafael A- Gonzlez, Carlos
Prez, Antonio Alvarado, Marco
Julio de Obaldia, Gaspar E. Of-
thr, Tito Valds, Pepe Migaaf,
Rodrigo Molina Dr. Williams y
Joaqun Melndez.
Destinan $50 000 para los
exilados de la Rusia Roja
El Club de Leones de Panam
celebrar elecciones para Pre-
sidente esta noche. El seor don
Carlos Ral Piad es un. de los
candidatos mi fuertes para s-
ta posicin.
NUEVA YORK. Junio. (TJSI8).
El Pondo de la Rusia Libre
recientemente establecido para
ayudar a la integracin de los
exilados de todos los exilados
soviticos, a la vida de los Es-
tados Unidos, acelerar sus la-
bores medante una donacin
de $50,000 a cada organizacin.
George F. Kebnan, presiden-
te de la Institucin, dijo que
han hecho diez asignaciones
para actividades en el socorro
de la Juventud y en el cam-
po cultural.
Kennan, ex-consejero del De-
partamento de Estado, dijo que
las actividades del Fondo de la
Los contendores del Sr. Piad
son los seores Rogelio Alfaro
y Rafael Endara.
El Sr. Piad cuenta con gran-
Rusia Libre por el momento se ae simpatas dentro del Club
I im 11- k a I h b Ana m *--------- ti a am v* _.! .___1 ____ a .
limitarn a las organizaciones
que trabajan en los Estados U-
nldos y que excluiran el ma-
de Leones, siendo uno de bus
miembros fundadores. Los sim-
patizantes del Sr. Piad consl-
de Panam es eesa segura.
SARA ROBINSON BARTOLI
RODRIGO A. MORENO
Quien acaba de regresar a
nuestro pais, despus de obte-
ner brillantemente el titulo de
Licenciado en Economa en la
acreditada Universidad de Te-
xas. El joven moreno logr, me-
diante su consagracin, hacer
en tres aos unos estudios que
corrientemente se hacen en cin-
co, por lo cual al Inferirle el
diploma, se le hizo ciudadano
honorario de Texas. Felicitamos
al distinguido joven y hacemos
extensivas nuestras felicitacio-
nes a sus padres, don Luis H.
Moreno y C. y doa Celln T.
de Moreno.
nejo de casos Individuales y el derail que su eleccin
apoyo a empresas fuera del Presidente del Club de Leones
Han recibido ayuda de la
primera donacin del Fondo:
Ayuda y auxilio: Comit de
Ayuda a las Personas Despla-
zadas de la Sociedad Consoli-
dad aRusa de Ayuda Mutua
ds Amrica; el Fondo Estudian-
til Ruso; la Granja Reed de la
Fundacin Tolstoy; la Asocia-
cin Georgiana de los EE. UU;
WASHINGTON, Junio 5. (UP)
El Departamento de Esta-
do rehus hacer declaraciones
inmediatas respecto a las con-
diciones que pone Rusia para
celebrar la conferencia de Can-
cilleres de los Cuatro Grandes.
Un portavoz del Departamen-
to de Estado dijo que el Secre-
tario de Estado, Dean Acheson,
quien se encuentra declarando
ante la Comisin del Senado
que estudia la poltica en el
Extremo Oriente, no haba te-
nido tiempo de estudiar la no-
ta rusa de contestacin a la
oferta occidental de celebrar el
23 de Julio la conferencia de
Cancilleres en Washington.
Fuentes bien Informadas creen
que la opinin norteamericana
ser dada a conocer maana
dos encargados de preparar el
orden del dia para la confe-
rencia de los Cuatro Grandes.
La decisin de Rusia no era
completamente inesperada en
los circuios oficiales. Personas
bien enteradas hicieron presen-
te que tres semanas despus de)
haber comenzado las entrevls-*
tas, el delegado ruso, AndreJ
Oromyko. present el asunto del
Pacto del Atlntico y las ba-
ses militares norteamericana!
en Europa.
Se ha subrayado que los oc-
cidentales propusieron la reu-
nin en Washington para lle-
gar a una definicin en las
reuniones de los delegados que
se prolongan, al parecer sin,
resultados, en Pars y tambin
para que se aclare que en ca-
en Paris por Phlllo Jessup, so que no se llegue a celebrar
quien representa a Estados U- la Conferencia de Cancilleres,
nidos en la reunin de delega-lia culpa caer sobre Rusia.
HOY a las 8:30 P.M
EMISORAS
Programa
CONTINENTAL
L
el Fondo de Prstamos de la
aTuda
Rusa de Amrica. Actividades
juveniles: Club Juvenil Ruso
de Amrica; Fundacin de San
Serafn.
Ramo Cultural: Novy Zhur-
nal, revista trimestral en ru-
so; Anales de la Academia U-
cranlana de Ciencias y Artes
de Amrica: y Comit para el
Fomento de los Estudios Es-
lavos.
Todas estas actividades tie-
nen lugar en esta ciudad.
La formacin del Fondo de
Rusia Libre fue anunciada el
17 de mayo y se hizo posible
por un subsidio de $200,000 de
R^ujTdacin^ord^^^^^^^
ff
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Morcado Sin wat"
E* Barato y Efectivo
^t**
Hija tie don Charles A: Ro-
binson y doa Rosa Bartoli de
Robinson, quien obtuvo su ti-
tulo con honores en la Acade-
mia de San Antonio en Jamaica
y anoche recibi su titulo de
Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras
n Balboa High School. Al en-
viarle nuestras felicitaciones,
las hacemos extensivas a sul
padres.
Famosa
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
SrX. RAUL (.AVISTA
"* y. la actuacin especial del
aplaudido Tro
LOS DIAMANTES
PRODUCTO! Df CAtlOlO
LOS PRODUCTOS ESSO

' Vode/genp/oc/e
yH0SVfALS
CONTRA LOS
MICROBIOS CON
LYSOL
La Casa a\ lo Vidrios y Los Linleos
JUEGOS DE SALA. COMEDOR Y RECAMARA
REFRIGERADORAS "INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER"
COLCHONES DIVANES Y ESPRINES "SIMMONS"
LAVADORAS EASY MUEBLES DE METAL "ARVIN"
NUESTRO SISTEMA DE CLUB ES EL MEJOR!
ivso aleja de su hogar el peligro
de enfermedades y contagios I
iTSO es el desinfectante de
con lianza!
tviot extermina los microbios!
IVSOl es conctnlrado y ms poderoso
que otros desinfectantes!
|Cofa ver qut lov.... desinfecte cm
"Cunto ms bella
luce la tez
con estos polvos!
dice
la Vizcondesa de Tarbat
ilustre seora del Castillo Leod,
Hoss-shire, Escocia
talos macrobios!...
Cuaado lave loa pisos, des-
infecte lot Ponga 2H cu-
isuaaaa a la* infecciones! ivas*, es el desinfectan!*
... Desinfecte su excusado coiteritirad, de accin
con LYSOL*.. Aue disueJto jabonosa, que desinfecta jr
charadas de LYSni encada en much agua. LYSOL ex- Impa al mismo tiempo.
S litros dt agua| ... Es termina los microbios. Mm- ime* es de connanze!
Inofensivo para pasturas, pa y acaba cao loa oalos
?arniz o linleo. ____ olores. Un .... >-
Loe polvos faciales no son todos iguales!
"Loe Polvo Pond' siempre roe ban
parecido mucho mis realzantes," dice la
Vizcondesa de Tarbat, gentil belleza in-
ternacional. "Es porque hay un matiz
especial para cada lipo. Y loa Polvos
Pond's son finsimosno imparten una
apariencia artificial. Pruebe el matiz de
los Polvos Pond's especial para su lipo,
y veri cuanto mis bella luce su tes."
ti secreto de Pood'sun ingrediente
especial que esparce uniformemente el ma-
lii y es parle de la teslura de los polvos
faciales. Halaga al culis ... lo ayuda a
que luzca mis terso. Distribuye con ms
uniformidad las minsculas partculas de
colorido.
Siga el consejo de esta belleza interna-
cional. Compare los Polvos Pond's ctu
los polvos que ahora usa. Casi del mismo
color en la cajasin embargo, vea corad"
los matices de Pond's dan a su les una
apariencia mis delicadamis tersa, ms
despejada y tan fresca.
"
V-.
jROJvn's
JPOLVOS


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L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES. JUNIO 1MI
NO hay mejor Via para VENDER ALQUILAR COMPRAR etc
que a ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A


Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
15 palcbtas.
3* por codo
palabra adiaont.
EkVltlO LEWIS NOVEDADES MORRISON
frTgj, N. 4 &&
KIOSKO DE LE8SEPI
Firqut dt
Pana bis
iHll*
BOTICA CARLTON
* Mld tl.see
Tel USCblM.
SALON DE HELLEZA AMWUCANO
Call* II Oottt .M. it
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" Na S r Ata. CaMrai iz.it* Catee-
H Dr. Eduardo Chri|||o satisface el programa de boxeo que
lln afct 1lh/\-.-llii Arlas, *t 1 aI. ea.**
aprob la Comisin para el 17 on Coln
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
A ROVECHElPinturas v esrioltes
extro brillantes J pruebo de moho
B 3.23 galn. Almorenes Tropibu-
SE VENDE
Bienes Raicea
\
SI' VENDEN: Co .01 tubera aaf ra, ,
Cira acanalad Fi-T 'carteo;
sloer para cialoa raaos) mad- ;
rat. lavominoi icmades. ate
toa precias mis baja* ptoia.
AGENCIAD GLOBAlEi. V10 lipa-I
lito, ilteondo a lun franco Tal
.J-I5C3 ,S VENDE :300 eecicres Cemento
-I --'" -- Ponomi. Lime Tel. 3'2243, 12-2
B.'LINRAS: En Ic.T.cnos voriadosl p m. g.8 p. m.
jparai otMaeer cuo'quiera rrseesi- -----i--------------------------------------------------
dad.- F. ICAZA y COMPAA. SE VENDE:Kiosco por no poderlo
CA. DI LEFEVRE Tal. 2-3332
VEND LOTES
Pjoo inicial mnimo 1.100.00
Mensual B. 15.00
Lotes con Collas y Acueductos de
la Ciudad dei.de B. 1.00 el metro.
Alquilamos equipo pesado paro
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilamos lotes a largos plazos.
Club de lotes, B.iJOO y B.4.00
semonaies.
lAvrnida B 79.
S3' VENDr- Plonta elctrico.
'ONAN; 5 Kw. 115 Voltios. 60
ti:!L" Mariano Aroiemeno 46, '.
fTal'er elctrico Bleke.
VeV.-.: ci y corlomos- vidrios a* to-
te romanos CA. DULCIDIO
GONZLEZ N S. A. Fibnco de
tMosacos. Ave Cubo No. 8.
atender. Con venta halagadora
diario. Pora inlormes Come Tel. 3-
2958.
SE VENDE
Automviles
no est ubordlnada a la clr* *
cunstancia de que el agente del
delito o falta desempee el
puesto al ser calificado el m-
rito del sumario, pues la nor-
ma legal no establece esta con-
dicin.
SE VENDE :_Buick Sedanette 1941.
Buenas condiciones, B.350.00. Fa-
cilidades pago. Verlo Calle 44 No.
30. Tel. 3-2969.
SE VENDE: Pontioc azul oscuro
1950, hidromatico, 4 puertas, llon-
tos nuevas, bajo milloie. llamar 2-
0360.
viaje,
radio,
Li,-,colp
llantas
SE VENDE:Motivo
1950, hidromatico,
nuevas, 14.500 millas corridos.
S2.50O.OO. Telfono 875 de 11 o
I p. m. y de 5-7 p. m. Co n.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentoe
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento
le 15 Oeste No. 21.
en ca-
E ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaras en Vista Hermosa. Calle
Francisco Filos No. 6. Informes en
el mismo edificio.
: ALQUILA:Apartamento mo-
derno, sala, comedor, 2 recmaros,
cuorto servicio, garage, etc. Calle
*! No. 3. Llame 3-3338.

VENDE:-Panadera vLa Luna"
Buen centroto, ca:o. buenos con-
diciones venta. Tel. 2-3869. Cclle
5a. No. 34-A Apto. 10. Jorge
Alhcnasecdis, de 12:30 p. m. ode-
lonte.
Por fin nos lleg de nuevo Cemento
Plstico ceg de toao centra to-
do CA DULCCIC GONZALEZ
N S. A Fabrico de Mosuicos
Ave Cubo Nj 8
SE VciCOfc.. Prctector de carga de
bteriar. nuevo marca Atla, pro-
tege 9 bateras. B. 15.00. Gorage
Zappl. 17 Oeste 78.
SE VENDE:"-Cargador de boteras
nfcretl BU,'carga 12 boteras en
perfectas, condicione''. can vol-
t'mptro; B.30.00. Garage Zappi.
TI'Oeste 78.
S? VENDE: Caso de m=dera en
Chorrero. Instalacn elctrica B.
400.00. Ocurro calle 19 Central
No. 9, cuorto 23, orr ba Panam.
E VENDE:Studebaker Land Crui-
ser, con radio, tapizado en cuero
rejo, excelentes condiciones, vento
rpida. Infrmese de 6 1-2 p.
m. o 8 1-2 o. m.. telfono 2-0367.
SE VENDE:Automvil Ce Sotp de
tres asientos, propio para viaie al
interior. Tel. 2-C091.
33 ALQUILAN:Dos apartamentos
en coso moderna, con una recma-
ra, sola. etc. Enfrente Instituto y j
en Via Espeo No. 5. 'Informes
telfono 3-1277.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
SE ALQolLA:Apartamento
pendiente de concreto, de
mde- i
sale-
comedor, dos recmaras, cocina y
servicios por B.45.00. Calle Se-
gunda, Carrasquilla No. 48. En-
trado por Via espeo, Tel. 3-047 I.
E VENDE:Chevrolet 1947 Sedan
negro, cuatro puertas, excelentes
condiciones mecnicas. Tel. Al-
brook 3213. despus 1600.
GANGAS: Porque Llevre, Calle 9a
Chalet de 2 recmaros. 2 baos,
sala y comedor, cuarto de servicio.
piscina. 1.10,000.00. facilidades
de pago. El Vellt: Chalet sobre
lote con ro, muebles, acciones del
acueducto. 1.5,500.00. Lotes:
Altos del Golr, o B.3.75 M2 y de-
mis utbonizociones o precios simi-
larmente bajos. Wo.'ff y Ca Ca-
lle 5a.. 22. Tel. 2-2388.
Sr VENCE:Bicicletas nuevas, para
hombre. Compra Vento Ccsino.
Aven-de Central 238. Tel. 3-1524-'
3--3C2I, Pcnami.
Antes de compror su corro vea ol
Sr. Lobo. El tiene los mejores ca-
rros usodOs de la plaza. AUTO-
LANCIA, Ave. 4 d: Julio No. 13.
Telfono 2-3185.
SE VENDE:-Esta semana Oldsme-
blla 76. 1950. Holiday Coupe hi-
dremitico, radia, seriales de direc-
cin, reloj, 2o. mano pintura. 7,-
100 millas. $2.600. derechos pe-
gos. Tel. 3-3007.
:-Planta elctrica "Onan"
b ^fip ciclos .con motor de
ge>rii: Perfectas cond.c.one'.. O-
cufr Ave. Norte 38. Tel. 2-3206.
SE VENDE:Un Display y un calen-
tador en el restaurante Lo Milagro-
sa, calle 26 Oeste No. 70. Pre-
gante por Rafael Stanziolo.
X
.aban
A:aEbmos de recibir cemento blan-
ca era lo vento. CA DE NORIf-
0$. S A. Pasadeno. No. 15. Tel
3*0260. ________
SE VENDE: Mquina de escribir
Underwood No. 5, Standard, B.
60.00. Calle I No, 16, Apto. 1 1.
olio
Aviadnos a los avicultores que a lle-
gaTJo un. ei barque surtido de los
insuperables alimentos Full O-Pep.
Los precios cualquier close son los
siguientes: sacos de 100 lbs. B.6.
75. sacos de 50 lbs. B.3.40; sacos
He 25 lbs. B.1.75. El Molino Cno-
II* PanamJ.
> -------------~
SE VENDE: Gran coso de slida
construccin grueso mamposteria
ontigua y porte hormign armado
y b'cques recin construido.' Am-
plio lote de base. 700 M2. 14
apartamentos de 2 piezas, cocina
y servicios. 13,cuartos. Siempre ol-
qulodos y solicitados. Reata bruto:
B.634.00: Ms de' 0.500.00 neta.
Posicin CNTRICA. Calle 4a.
Frente ol mar. PflECIO: B.6O.OO0!
00 Facilidades adquisicin, poco
desembolso inicial.
Casa de 30 cuartos, servicios de con-
creto modern! 'Renta bruta: B
270.00.- B. 170.00 ero.Esquino
admirable futuro comercial. Calle
"S" y Mariano "Arosetneno. PRE-
CIO: B. 18,000.00. Se acepta hi-
poteca.
OCURRA: ., <
CENTRAL DI BIENES RAICES
Vin Espoo No- 31.. Diagonal al
Teotro BaHo Vistan ?Tet, 3-4512
Apdo. 2120.

SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALOUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaros, con garage, facilida- j
des para lavar ropa. Calle 10 Pai- !
tillo, secc'n estrictamente resi j
denciol, $80.00. Tel. 2-2021, Pe-1
nam.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio aportamneto |
con garage, B.90.00. Avenida I
Mxico No. 69, de 3 a 5 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, solo-comedor, B.60.0O,
entrada San Francisco. Llave Ave-
nida Cuba No. 85, telfono 3-
0841,
De acuerdo con el ordinal 10,
para que la Corte pueda cono-
cer del negocio es indispensa-
ble que el sindicado se halie
en ejercicio de alguno de los
cargos enumerados en el ordi-
nal Bo., il ser decidido el m-
rito del sumarlo. Este ordinal
se refiere a personas que no
ejercan ninguno de esos pues-
tos ci' ndo se cometi el de-
lito; que despus entraron" a
desempear alguno de ellos, y
que lo conservaron al ser ca-
lificado el sumario.
En el supuesto del ordinal 9o.
basta que el agente desempe-
e alguno de los cargos que all
se mencionan al momento de
incurrir en la falta para atri-
buirle el conocimiento del ne-
gocio a la Corte; en el del or-
dinal 10 se requiere, para ob-
tener el mismo resultado, la
condUin de que el sindicado
ejerza las funciones anexas a
alguno de esos puestos cuando
se vaya a resolver lo que co-
rresponda en relacin con el
sumarlo.
En referencia %i Programa de
Boxeo Profesional aprobado por
la Comisin para el domingo
17 de junio en la ciudad de Co-
icn, hemos recibido la siguien-
te carta:
coln, Rep. de Panam
29 de Mayo de 1951.
Sr.
Kcdactor Deportivo,
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Panam, R. de P
Seor:
Muchsimo le agradecer, si
se dignara darle publicidad a
esta carta, en su muy leda p-
gina de deportes, para que ia
lanaticada amante del boxeo,
se entere de la grave injusti-
cia cometida por ciertos miem-
bros de lk Comisin de Boxeo
Profesional de Coln.
bargo, se pretiere a extranjero
sin cartel reconocido, y el p-
blico que es el que paga
tiene que presenciar forzosa-'
mente programas similares a,'
aquellos d BREEZY BOY? HO-
NEY BOY WIIXIAMSTJOHNN*
THOMAS y MIGUEL ACEVE-
DO.
Ms a-, esta ea la primera'
m en la historia del boxeo
que una Comisin le niega a
un Campen el privilegio d
deender su ttulo.
Durante los ltimos cuatro
meses se han efectuado cuatro
peleas, en tres de las cuales
ha participado FEDERICO
FLUMMER y LEONEL PERAL-'
TA, protegidos de ELETA. 81
esto ha.de continuar, que ha-
br de ser de los boxeadores
El da 28 de" mayo, los si- locales* que' d>rlvan, sT^ouL
S.' mlem-Dros <* ntes I re, su sustento del boxeo y cu-
citada comisin: Ernesto E. yas esperanzas de mejorar no-
Lstenoz (INTIMO AMIOO DE alciones se estrellan contra 'a
CARLOS ELETA), Arcelio Hud-
son (CUNADO de LUIS CRAIO)
y Toni Guantl (hombre del
actitud Indiferente y sometida
de las Comisiones de Boxeo
No es mi Intencin regatear-
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para caballe-
ro solo, de buenas costumbres. In-
formes: Calle la. Perejil No. 18
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos en
Sen Francisco de la Caleta. Infor-
mes: Estacin Gasolina San Jos.
Vio Espaa No. -2.
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
rODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
La alta posicin oficial de los
sindicados en las dos casos es
el fundamento racional de ia
competencia de la Corte Supre-
ma, que por ser PRIVATIVA, co-
mo lo dice la ley. excluye del
conocimiento del negocio a cual-
quier otro tribunal.
rJ>ARDO CHIARI.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores Dronr?mas
SI' MECNICO) se reunieron: e mritos a PLUMMER i
para dar su aprobacin a uno I PERALTA, pero s creo que ea
ce los programas presentados Uempo qu- a los fanticos de
consideracin de la Comisin boxeo, se les presente cada vea
SE ALQUILA;Elegante apartamen-
to una recmara, servicios, coemr-
ta y porch. Informes personal-
mente en Mercado Modelo, calle
29 Est* y Justo Arosemena. No
lime por telfono.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con o sin
muebles, pora persona soltera,
buenas costumbres. Tel. 2-2109.
Calle 15 Este, Modas Chezel.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Juega de comedor casi
nuevo. Calle 37 E No. 21. Tel. 3-
0084.
Sfc
llsjj P
(if
Melt-' Maquina calculadora
"'fcunsviga" Coble I3Z con ins-
trucciones en castellano, especial
pera Ingenieros y Agrimensores.
Precio B.100.0C. Solicite informes
"MORRAS" Plaza 5 de Moyo.
| -PERDIDO
fERfilDO:Perro de coceria. blanco I No
eojh negro y chocolate, en los alre-
dedores de la fb.-ica de cemento.
Responde al nombre de Tony. In-
forme ol 2-0059, H. Rodrguez.
{LECCIONES
Novaos en piano y avanzados, co-
ndaco el nuevo fascinante mtodo
Qdje garantiza resu'tcdcs rpidoi.
Dejsriostraciones gratuitas. Bennett.
Juan B. Sosa No. 9. Tel. 2-1282.
m.-----A1-------------------------------------------------_
35E NECESITA
General
"fe
SE UECESITA:Por motivo de en-
soBche y demanda, dos ebanistas
un bornizodor competente. Via
Si
fiarlo Porras No. 130.
CESITA:^Joven Panameo de
, ov'^81,'Wij de edad, para tra-
beje.- como ayudante de vendedor
en el interior. Indispensable bue-
no referencias y licencia comer-
cial para monejor camin. Sterling
Prpducts International S. A. Calle
29.Este No. 4, Tel. 3-1697, Po-
ncsrn, R. P.
Dot decanos
"etefios para el presente ao
acadmico, con el siguiente re-
sultado.
Faculfart de Administraciu
Pblica y Comercio:
Desjano:
Brujio Vsquez i reelecto i.
Secretario:
Juan A. Monterrey (reelecta'
Facultad de Filosofa Letras y
Educacin
Decano
Raa-1 E Moscote ireelect..'
Secretaria:
TcJJMas Diez Blaitry.
La educacin de los profeso-
res Vsquez y Monterrey se lic
por aclamacin.
Pana'a. fl de Junio de 1951-
LOS FUNCIONARIOS
SE VENDE:Tengo 2 ref/igerodoras,
un B. 140.00. otra B.90.00. Esco-
ja Ud me quedar con la otra.
Tel. 3-0406.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado. 2. dormitorios con borro
cada una, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleada, instalacin agua calien-
te, en buena vecindad, Bella Vista,
Calle 44 No. 32, Apto. 4, Tele-
fono 3-0815.
AVISO
a nuestro. clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin lleg el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera res hay en
Panam latas de 3Vi os.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
SE ALQUILA:
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILA:Finco 2.000 hect-
reas, inmediaciones Chepo, exce-
lente terreno, cultivos, cebo ga-
nado. Apartado 1422, Panam.
REFRIGERADORAS
"FRIGIDAIRE"
Precios Especiales
ft .T AlMACEKt IiBCTaH
Tel
Aerfdxy
2-2847
SE VENDE:Por motivo de vioje,
juego de comedor y estufa de gas
B.60.00. Juon B. Sosa No. 3.
Aolo. No. 2.
SE VENDE:Juego de recmara de
caobo que vale B.700.00, por la
mitad de precio.. 615-D Cocoli,
Zona del Canal. Mrs. Blumbcrg
Tel. 4-116.
SE DESEA
SE DESEA:Cadillac modelo "60".
ao 1950 o 1951, oscuro. Contes-
te aportado 1085. Ancn, precio,
dems especificociones.
SE VENDE: Por
muebles boratos.
163. frente Juan
1138.
motivo de vioie,
Vio Espaa No.
Franco. Tel. 3-
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de dos rec-
maras, borrio residencial de Bello
Vista. Calle Uruguay No. 13. In-
formes Tel. 3-2190.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de concreto,
tres recamaros. Precio mdico, Tel.
2-3479.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE VENDE
f
Boles y Motores
SE VENDE:Un motor Hrcules de
80 HP. 2.000 R P M en perfec-
tas condiciones. Ave. Norte 18,
aitos.
SE VENDE:Motor de barco, 50 ca-
ballos de fuerza, velocidad despa-
ciosa, marco "Redwing", perfecta
condicin. Apartado 2857 Crist-
bal.
GRAN VARIEDAD DE
CERRADURAS,
PICAPORTES, y
ALDABAS
"Corbin" y "Yole"
TORNILLOS de
hierro poro madera
(Cabeza Chata y Redon.
da; Bronceados y Nique-
lados).
Ricardo A. Mir,
i A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 v 2-2988
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRA:Maz omorlllo o B.
4.50 quintal. Fbrica de Molino
Criollo. Panam.
SE ALQUILA
Locale*
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 10 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
SE NECESITA:Magnifico coenera,
debe traer referencias, buen suel-
do. NO preservarse si no sabe su
oficio. Avenida del Per 75, altos
SE NECESITA:Empleado. Colle 52
Este No. 10, opartamento 6, Bella
Visto.
fc ALQUILAN.xclus.moment, po-
ra tanos locla* cntrico en lo*
ette* de Avenido Control 44 o
Precios mdicos Soliciten kntae-
mocin on Almacene* 5 y 10 con-
tovoi.
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinera con
referencias. Ocurro Avenida 4 de
Julio No. 19.
SE NECESITA:Uno carguero, debe
dormir en el empleo. Calle 46 No.
45. bojos. izauierdo.
SE ALQUIL^:Locol pora oficino.
orriba del Teotro Control.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio locol con
instalaciones elctricas, opropia-
das para taller de ebonistero. Ave.
Espaa No. 136. Telfonos 2-2964
o 3-0699.
LA CARTA DELATORA
MA ANA
GRANDIOSO ESTRENO!
BARRY BRUCE
MRGALO G1LLM0RE
TROPICAL
SE NECESITA:Cocinero, buena pa-
ro un matrimonio, debe lavor ro-
pa. Acuda a calle Venezuela Nc.
10 altos, despus de la I p. m.
|SE NECESITA:Empleoda serio pa-
ro servicio, que duerma en el
trabajo. Avenida Monuel Ycaza
18. Campo Alegre,
SE ALQUILA:Piso alto de la Co.
Fiduciaria de Ponomi, S. A. con
o sin mobiliario de oficina. Area
435 metros cuadrados, aire acon-
dicionado y central telefnico. Pa-
ra mformooon acudo al Bonco
Fiduciario.
SE NECESITA:-Lovandera-ploncha-
doro poro dos dios de trobojo
Ave. Mxico No. II.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para dor-
mir en residencia, troiga recomen-
dacin. Ocurre Bazar Americano,
Control 78.
SE ALQUILA:, Atractiva amplio
oficina con aira acondicionado, 90
metros cuadrados con servicio de
telfono y de limpieza y todas las
comodidades modernas, cieloraso y
pisos acsticos. Hoy que verla pa-
ra apreciarlo. Edificio Mortmz, Tel
2-0610.
SE NECESITA: Matrimonio solo,
necesita empleada para todo.
Dormir fuera. Pora informes 2do.
Pereiil 13. Apto. 10.
al NECESITA:Empleoda para ofi-
cios generales de casa, no tiene
que dormir en el empleo. Ocurro
' a lo cosa No. 26 de la Ave. Mo-
nuei Yceu en Campo Alegre.
iL
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B o.SO
Entreaa
Inmediata
Reparaciones
seera les
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 39 E #23
Tel 3-1713
Romanas 'Defecto'
Todos los Estilos
Esponjas de Brillo
Horquillas
de tender ropa
Machetes 'Collins'
Almacenes Romero
Ava. Norte No. 48
Despreocpese..
y deje que nosotros re-
solvamos sus problemas.
Con gusto le indicare-
mos los mejores mate-
rales de construccin
que le dan seguridad,
exactitud y completa
satisfaccin.
NUESTRO LEMA ES:
Servicio Esmerado
Calidad Superior
Entrega Puntual
de Boxeo, para llevarse a cabo
en ia Arena de Coln, el n
de junio prximo.
Los programas eran los si-
guientes:
CARLOS ELETA
(Presentado por su asistente
ir... ,Luto Cral8'
tederico muuu, Vj. Al Penino
(Clasificado ltimo en los
..... ratings' anuales)
V. Worrell vs. Oregorio Prea
(No pelea desde hace dos aos)
tiqel Morris vs. Joe Sand (??>
C. Watson vi. Dave Martinez
(No pelei desde hace cuatro
aos i
SALABARhlA-btRESFORD
(Presentado personalmente por
dichos promotores
Baby oreen (campen vs. Juan
Das II (Primer aspirante al
n camPenato>. 16 asaltos
Perky Perlunson vs. Steve Ben-
nett (Ganador de Vicente
Worrell)
Byron Cumberoatch vs. Leslie
; Thompson
an,1? BSne, V- ^y Eastman,
Antes tie la reunion, el cou-
tendor de Plumer iba a Ser
Un tal ERMANO BONNETTI -
nn-r nom.br de catante de
opere.a italiana pero como
l ti, pr-ac?a, ya acostumbrada
Por ei Cralg, dicho contendor
iue sjiiouu.u por -AL rt,i\t\ii
(PUNCH-DRUNK), quien de a- HOLLYWOOD, jimio 6 (Tjpf.
Cuerdo con Nat Fleischer, ha ~.C.arlc O*"1* PWW a la Corta
estado peleando por espacio de|?"*ti f,xhna d todo pago do
LAS CLASIFICACIONES ASU^^^^g^g^
nanclales desde diciembre ~do
949, cuando contrajeron ma-
trimonio, "se han gastado o es-
tn afectados por deudas del
mejores p.ogramas, en dondo
los boxeadores vayan a pelear
de verdad y no a hacer el pa-
pel de comediantes de un es-
Pectacnlo. PREVIAMENTE A*
RRF.GLADO. Como podra revi-
virse el boxeo en esas circuns-
tancias?
Pero este estado de cosas con-'
in,!ia!? a me.nos (",e hombres
verdaderamente imparclales, e-
"SI?? Llos neastos DICTA-
OOJIES DEL BOXEO, sean co-
locados en la Comisin.
,^ameite en esta forma, y
nicamente as, podr el boxeo
^cbrar "Prestigio original en
nuestro medio. Hasta entonces
los PROMOTORES HONESTOS
se abstendrn de presentar pro-
oranias.
Agradecindole por el espa-
do concedido, quedo de Ud I
rer la depuracin del boxea,
S. Beresford L.
_________Qed- Id. 8-2820.
Clark Gable pide
que se le exima
de una pensin
Estos tres miembros de la
comisin, aparentemente bien
informados de antemano, deci-
dieron que cualesquiera que fue-
sen los boxeadores en el pro-
grama de ELETA, dicho pro-
grama ante todo debera ser a-
probado, porque de lo contra-
_ como dijo Arcelio Hud-
son no habria boxeo la no-
tadende ll '"J* Arena- ReSUl-
5* ir-e J2 ^"adores locales
ntmn t nle*a Previlegio de
demostrar su* habilidades v la
oportunidad de ganar una re-
eT,Mma.C,0n adecuad. Uero
este que serla gastado inteera-
mente en la Repblica. SinTm-
matrlmonio".
j *J pnjjentar la demanda el
31 de mayo, Lady Sylvia no hi-
zo mencin alguna de pensin'
alimenticia. Lady Sylvia hered
la parte que le corresponda de
ios bienes de su esposo, Douglas
Fairbanks Sr., quien muri de
un ataque cardaco en 1939.
Avenida Norte 83
Tel. -0S10
Calle Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1434
FBRICA 0E ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
e La ms antigua.
La mi* acreditada.
La tie mayor stock.
SIEMPRE A SUS URHENB8
Re Abajo #SI54re e-SSM
Almacn Calle "I" #4
TeL 3-1733
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2- % 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espala No. 121
Tel. M50J
Agradece invitacin
a 'Tarde de Toros"
Embajador mexicano
fi,3m?U,,u*cion t'ansoTiblrnos
fielmente la carta enviada por
el seor Embajador de Mxico
ing* Eduardo Morillo Saa. a
la Republic Films de Panam
en la que agradece Invitacin
To .a la Pelicu'a "Tarde de
Panam, a 30 de mayo de 1951
Sr. don S. Chenalloy,
Gerente de Republic Film'
of Central America, Inc.
Apartado 3093,
Estafeta del Instituto Nacional
Panam, R. de Panam.
Muy estimado Sr. Gerente:
Las presentes lineas tienen
por objeto agradecer a usted
cumplidamente su gentileza al
invitarme a presenciar la ex-
hibicin de la pelcula "Tarde
de Toros".
La pelcula de referencia, den-
tro de su tema, es seguramente
lo mejor que se haya produci-
do hasta hoy. Para quienes es-
tamos familiarizados con el am-
biente taurino, desde las de-
hesas hasta que la carne del
toro muerto en el redondel se
vende cocinada ya en las afue-
ras de la plaza, la pelcula
provoca reminiscencias por es-
tar absolutamente apegada a la
verdad.
En tcnica y en fotografa la
pelcula no deja nada que de-
sear.
Al felicitarlo a usted since-
ramente por la realizacin, me
es grato repetirme como su
afectsimo amigo y atento "se-
guro servidor,
In*. Eduardo Morillo Safa,
Embajador.
Una fuerza de
i
guerra continan bloqueando el|-
camino de los aliados hacia el
area de concentracin comu-
nista.
La retirada sorpresiva de los i
comunistas se Inici ayer y con-,
tlnuaba durante el da de hoy.;
Los rojos cubren su retirada ent
el sector central occidental con
un intenso fuego de artillera
y han colocado en el camino
hacia Chorwon al Nerte de
Yoncnon los mayores campo
de minas que se hayan encon-
trado en las ltimas semana*};
Los chinos han dejado slo ua 1
pelotn de una compaa par* ,
responder al avance aliado. Mu-
chos soldados comunistas se en-
cuentran felices al rendirse a
fin de escapar del mortfera
fuego de los- caones i aviacin
aliados.
Ayer se capturaron al ncite
de Yoncnon unos ISO soldauoa
comunistas. Muchos se entre-
garon voluntariamente a le
soldados aliados, quienes se en-
contraban encima de los ris^o.t
giltndole a los rojos que se
ridieran.
El lodo dejado por tres das
de Incesantes lluvia aminoro
e avance aliado. Los vehculos
ce atascaban en el lodo, y el
sacarlos de l le restaba tiempo
a las tropas altadas-.
Un comunicado del Octavo E-
jrcito Inform que loa aliados
han logrado avances de dos ai'.*
Das a todo lo largo del frente de
35 millas al sur de la mej?ta
t-'iungular conocida como el
' tringulo de hierro" comunista.
El comunicado deca que los
aliados lograron avances en me-
dio de una resistencia qne se :a
iflcaba entre "ligera y modela-
da". Tambin se inform que
la resistencia roja ha amlnoiu-
c;o al sur y sureste de Kumhwa,
pero no especificaba la exlc-
t'n del avance aliado en c:.e
sector.
Para chicos y grandes
las deliciosas y
nutritivas
galletas
KEEBLEtt
De venta en todas
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MIRCOLES. JUNIO 1T1
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
TL "AVISO CrORTUNCT
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
mmmmmemmmmmmmmm.
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MAANA
A LAS 9:00 P. M.
REGIO DEBUT!
Una Pelcula Incomparable!
Anton Walbreok, en
"ZAPATILLAS ROJAS"
En Tecnicolor!
Adems: A las 9:00 p.m. por
cortesa del Almacn "LA
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Tres Pares de Zapatos!...
"CAMELLETES" Rojo*
El calzado
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RED
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7.090 Kcs
HOY
P.M
3:3*
3:45
4:M
4:15
6:00
6:15
6:30
6:45
HUi MIRCOLES
El Hijo Perdido
dramatlzacin cortesa
Avena Quaker
I.a Voz Emocional de
Betty Williamson
Noticiero Pereira
Dedicatorias
Vibraciones del Aire
Gr Nacho Valds
Cancionera
Sentimental
con Kerima Galstlca
El Molino Silencioso
dramatlzacin
Sus canciones preferidas
Flavlo Oarcia, acompaa
Lucho Muoz. Cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
Lucho Azcarraga
y su rgano
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
Mi Marido
dramatlzacin. cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
Pginas de Amor
dramatlzacin. cortesa de
El guila Imperial
Serenata de las Americas
Do Soils y Gmez
Genoveva
dramatlzacin, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
Noticiero RPA
Msica espaola
Mxico y su msica
Francia y su msica
Grandes artistas
El Hit Muslcal.de Hoy
lt:f0 Versos para TI
con Anlta VUUlaa
10:30 Hacia un mundo mejor
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noche
MAANA JUEVES
A.M.
a:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
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 Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El correo del da
9.30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
El Molino Silencioso
dramatlzacin RPA
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Grandes lntrrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Concierto Admirable
cortesa Casa Admirable
18:15 Noticiero "Sparton"
U:su Luctio Azcarraga
y su rgano
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Oulllermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias
cortesa Lotera Nacional
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
Con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
dramatlzacin
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 secesos de. la Humanidad
dramatlzacin RPA
PAGINA SIETO
JUAN ANTONIO THIBAULT
Quin no lo conoce? Uno de
los pioneros de nuestra radio.
Director inteligente, hbil y uno
de los ms valiosos colaborado-
res de la Red Panamericana.
Juan Antonio Thibault es un
orgullo de la radio nacional pa-
namea. Prueba de ello es su
magnfico record: director du-
rante seis aos del Drama Ave-
na Quaker, que hoy se mantiene
a la cabeza de los espectculos
dramatizados.
Presentando el Ms Fastuoso de los Espectculos.
alhm... MAANA! *.*
LUX
Aire-Acondicionado
Y en el TEATRO
CECILIA
SIMULTNEAMENTE!
APLAUDIDA por los MAS DUROS CRTICOS TAURINOS!
PRIMERA VEZ QUE EL CINE AMERICANO HACE JUSTICIA A
LA FIESTA BRAVA I..-. -AQU, EN TODO SU ESPLENDOR EL
DRAMA EL PELIGRO. LA GALLARDA. Y EL ROMANCE DEL
DEPORTE MAS PELIGROSO DEL MUNDO!...
BESOS ARDIENTES.
PASES VALIENTES..
SANGRE, MUERTE
Y AMOR! .
LlfllCflAflC
MAANA
EL CINE ARGENTINO AFRONTA CON
ORGULLO LA MAS SENSACIONAL DE LAS
COMPARACIONES!...
UNA PELCULA ALUCINANTE, REALIZADA
CON SIN IGUAL MAESTRA!
mario soma
Olga ZUBARKY Ana Ma. CAMPOY en
PREGUNTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
HOY
DA
POPULAR!
Estupendo
DOBLE
PROGRAMA!
Un Drama de Apasionante Inters!...
MARIA FELIX en
LA NOCHE DEL SBADO
Y una pelcula inolvidable...
RENE CARDONA LUPITA TOVAR
CARNE DE CABARET
COMIENZA
MAANA
Ritmos y Canciones Melodiosas !
SI ES UD. SOLTERO... EVTELAS...!
SI ES UD. CASADO... ALL USTED.
PERO NO DEJE DE VER...!
HOY PROGRAMA
POPULAR1
TIN-TAN
- en -
"EL REY DEL BARRIO"
MARIA ANTONIETA PtJNS
en
"LA MUJER del PUERtQP*
35 c.
Precios:
20 c.
MAANA
"EL SEOR
. ESTRENO 100 X 100 POLITICO!
u
GOBERNADOR
Y SE INICIA LA CAMPAA ELECCIONARIA
Este
i-
gobierna
as d bien!
Le dara Ud.
su voto?
LUIS AGUILAR y RITA MACEDO
HACE JUSTICIA POR IGUAL, CANTA Y AMA
COMO NADIE. ..!
ES UN GOBERNANTE IDEAL. .!
Los que vayan a ser Postulados y los Votantes tienen
mucho que aprender... y, ay! si supieran Gober-
nar, corno el Gobernador. .!!
EL EXTRAO CASO DEL
HOMBRE Y LA BESTIA
"CURVAS PELIGROSAS"
Con LEONORA AMAR
La Venus del Brasil
CARLOS CORES
El Galn de Moda
'.ea "El Aviso Oportun"'
Prodcelo:)
JOHN WAV."
Hecha en
Mxico.
"T 4RDE DE
TOROS"
(THE BULLFIGHTER AND THE LADY
con
Robert STAK Gilbert ROLAND Katy JURADO
Joy PAGE Rodolfo ACOSTA Virginia GRET
Y LOS MEJORES TOREROS DEL MUNDO!
CENTRAL
MAANA, JUfVES!
JANE
SIEMPRE
AMANECE
OTRA VEZ
TaaMa a m tiMl pnod*'
ARTHUR KENNEDY
La Novela CAMEL, prsenla esla noche a las siete y cuarto:
MI MARIDO!
Seora... seorita: Tendra usted el valor de ir
a una Agencia Matrimonial para examinar un grupo
de hombres y escoger entre ellos un marido...; ?
Escuche en el captulo de hoy la visita de Nuri
Grayson a la agencia matrimonial donde habra de
encontrar al hombre que la representara socialmen-
te .. y que despus la hara derramar lgrimas
de sangre.
CON
ELDA DE ICAZA y VICTOR MIRANDA
Escribe: Emilio Daz Dirige: Juan A. Thibault
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita
ball RUSSELL Ann DVORAK
Jane WYATT Adolphe ME.NJOI
- i -

"VAMOS A
BAILAR,
MI AMOR"
(en technicolor)
Una musical de
irandtt propor-
cin cal...
Adems:
Pop p6r Conveniencia' II "La Vida de Manolete
A Pp'uflffr= TEATRO CECILIA = **S&
Pre Prado y mi OrqoeiU! I.as Muala de Fuego: Las Hermanan
Dnllv!... Mamhn: .. Ritmo:... CanctolMSl
CUBANAS Y MAS CUBANAS, en
f "ESCUELA PARA MODELOS"
Adems;: La gran peJicula europea "APOCALIP
i
TEATRO TROPICAL
ORSON WELLES
NANCY GUILD
en
"CAGLIOSTRO
EL DESALMADO"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Al Acondicionado
GRAN DOBLE PltOGRAMAI
Vincent Price Ellen Drew
- en -
"EL BARON de ARIZONA"
Don Barry Sheila Ryan
- en -
"LA LEY de U HOMBRA"
a (Red (P,
anamericana
TEATRO TIVOLI
DIA DE BANCO t
B INN Gratia a uu 5 > p.m.
Ademas Robert Taylor, en
"LA PUERTA del DIABLO"
7 "HORA de VIOLENCIA"
&
VARIEDADES
A laj 5 y 8:30 p.m.WAHOOI
Premio de Oro B 7I.M
dems: Un Soberbio Doble'
YVONNE DE CARLO
Richard Greene, en .
"El guila del Desierto"
i En Tecnicolor)
Ann Todd, en
"EL PECADO DE
____ MADELEINE" "
TEATRO CAPITQUO
A Peticin Popular ae Presentara
Nuevamente!
John Dereclc Diana Lynn, en
"EL TEMIBLE ROBIN
HOOD"
Adem*:
Lon McCallister en
"UN YANQUI EN COREA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Continuacin de la Gran Serie:"
"DICK TRACY CONTRA EL
CRIMEN ORGANIZADO"
Episodios 10 y 11
Adems: DOS PELCULAS!
____TEATRO IRIS
Loulv Uayward. en
"AVENTURAS DEL
' CAPITN BLOOD"
Glenn Ford, en
"ORO MALDITO"
HISPANO
Gloria Jean, en
Despertar Revelador"
Joan Bennett
Edward G. Robinson, en
^\^
MUJER"
TEATRO EDISON
Gary Cooper, en
"SEMILLA de VENGANZA"
David Brian, en
"EL LADRN FANTASMA"
_VISTERMOS*A_
Csar Romero, en
"Ladren de Coraxones"
Robert Young, en
TU AMORMEGULi"
P ACi f iCO
Dana Andrews, en
"mi corazn te
ouia^
Merle Obernn. en
"EXPRESO DI
BERLN" *
IOEAL
NOCHE DE BANCO I
Ingrid Bergman, en
*. ARCO DEL
TRIUNFO"
Jean P. Aumonl. en
"La Crai de Lereaa"
APOLO
"TAMBIN DC
DOLOR SE CANTA"
Ademas:
"EL COLMILLO
DE Bl DA-


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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Gper'en y M. Vigor Debutar
Hoy En El Basket Femenino
MIRCOLES. JUNIO 1951
M:

El juego comienza Welsh Loch Concede Revancha
a las 7 en punto en a Man Ro6(J Esta Semana En j p
l Gimnasio Nal.
Por RDEME
Los ejemplares de la Clase "A" volvern a la cancha esta
Las equipos Malta
Opcrten debutan esia noche
el Campeonato Femenino te
Basketball de primera catego- j Llevar el mximo peso en esta carrera el caballo Main Road,
na de la Liga Provincial ce, roil 121 libras, mientras que Welsh Loch, ganador del Clsico Hl-
Fanama, comenzando a las 7 1 ,)luiromo Nacional, cargar sobre sus lomos 115 libras. La prue-
pni: en punto en el Gimnasio b debe resultar reida especialmente entre estos dos eqijnos
Nac.onal. que tratarn de ganar de todas maneras. Tambin competirn
Lsie es el segundo encuentro Dictador. Camar, Pinard. Avnue Road v Phoebus Apollo.
I Municipio de Santiago
ceder el terreno para
el Estadio y Piscina
El Municipio de Santiago de
Veraguas ceder el terreno ne-
cesario part lo Construccin
del Estadio del lagar, de acuer-
do con decisin que tomaron en
importante reunin que sostu-
vieron en dicha ciudad el seor
Ministro de Educacin, Pro. R.
Bermdez, el Gobernador de la
Provincia, seor R. Murgas, el
Alcalde, seor Riera Pinilla, el
Director de la Normal, Prof.
Vigor y fm,ana ,e" 'a P'uel P/Incipal que se correr en el Hipdromo Bayard, estando tambin pre-
loche en Jac',na' S0b.rfte una dlst"c "tros y por un premio gen'u e', Pregidente de la Fede-
del- Torneo que se inaugur ti
sbado pasado con el triunfo
del Daar sobre el Crdenas
..nor 8 a 19.
Ei texteto Operten est or-1
mo por ex-alumnasde la Et-
'cuela Profesional, y en un prln-'
cipio pensaron llevar el nom-
*'H*e>-4lff'Efe Colmena: en el equi-
po figuran canasteras de la ta-
'la de Judith Caballero, Car-
men P. de Barrera, Elvla Boza, 1
Elosa Ortega. Emma Nez, Es-
, peranza Morales, Isaura Bele-'
fio, Pina Tejada de Torres, Ju--
dith Elliott y Eulogla Mendo-1
za; el entrenador es Pindi Fer-
domo. 0
El Malta Vigor es el conjun-, Brin se impuso af campen tu-
to colonens que se anunci, ropeo y britnico de los pe jos
hasta el lunes como Chevrolet, { pesados Jack Gardner por dci-
y est integrado por Dotty Ce- sin en diez asaltos, en el pro-
'i8, \Pat-, Ca*e11, M,aria l'ya' f?rama de campeones presenta-
S? ai. J,re Ni0rmowiiu c: n0 anoche Pr el promotor de
LrgT^; Jiullehla, ueW'S' P5' \lpa boxco Ja<* Solomn.
de Tpm, Isabel Harris, Esther;
s^caSa2 sS, ^LjSnfo-'o k^aks
ST." cyaordeKF!?i Taom'reCCn -" mosrlban "L* denlos
El MaYla Vicor mu const olpes- B,lon abrl una herlda
derado*! comoVelrne?ord 2S& ?*< *>? derhde ardl/f
femenino del Sector Atlntico ^el,pr'm" a?Bl- ?ardn?r u"
Como es de notar, la prueba est bastante balanceada y aqu
tratar con mejor suerte el equino del Stud Canta/rallo de ven-
gar su nasada derrota, de Welsh Loch.
* --------------1
El Argentino Csar Brin
Venci Al Campen Pesado
Britnico Jack Gardner
WHITE CITY. Londres Junio sexto asalto al norteamericano
(UP) El argentino _Csar Nlck Barone.
En otra de las peleas el cam-
pen mediano britnico Ran-
dolph Turpln se impuso tam-
bin por la va rpida al nor-
teamericano Jackie Keough al
minuto 17 segundos del sptimo
asalto.
racin Nacional de Baseball, A.
Ulueca.
Despus de varios cambios dr
opiniones, ideas y comentarios.
se lleg a la conclusin que el
Municipio ceder el terreno ad-
yacente a la Normal de Santia-
go, frente a la anexa del mis-
mo plantel, para la construe- panameo.
cin del Estadio y de la Pisci-
na de la Normal.
Los gastos que demanden es-
tas importantes obras para la
Educacin Fsica y el deporte
veragense, est contemplado
en el emprstito que est ges-
tionando el Ministerio de Edu-
cacin para construcciones,
obras, reparaciones y mejora-
mientos de edificios escolares y
otros gastos que demanda in-
mediata atencin la educacin
nacional.
A .radable impresin y grata
satisfaccin ha causado
informacin en los circuios de-
portivos no solamente de San-
tiago y Veraguas sino tambin
en toda la
Estar En Juego Esta Noche El
2o Lugar Del Campeonato Del
Basketball Mayor Masculino
Los Medias Blancas Vencieron
a Los Medias Rojas Por 10-2
SERVICIO DE LA PRENSA
UNIDA
Los Medias Blancas de Chlca-
esta go vencieron por anotacin de
10 carreras a 2 a los Medias
Rojas. El lanzador Wlllard Ni-
xon salt antes de terminar la
Repblica, por el sexta entrada. Eddie Stewart
y un doble en cuatro veces al
bate, anot dos veces y empu-
j una carrera. Adems parti-
cip en tres "dobleplays" y tu-
vo tres outs y cinco asisten-
cias.
EN LA LIGA NACIONAL
Los Dodgers se pusieron a
gran alcance y significacin que dio un doble y Orestes Mloso cuatro Juegos y medio de ven-
Eddle Robinson dieron to-
rep resent a este paso para la
Educacin Fsica y el deporte
y el Operter es uno de los ms
fuertes de la capital por la ca-
lidad de sus jugadores; este
ri el ojo izquierdo de Brin en
el segundo y Brin el izquic.dp
de Gardner en el tercera. Al
ncuntro ha llamado poderosa- I terminar el cuarto asalto aci-
ment la atencin de los afi-!bos estaban tintos de sangre y
clonados y ha provocado I03
ms variadas y encendidos co-
mentarlos, esperndose un rei-
do y mov.iiij cotejo.
Las arbitros de este juego
sern Roa y Kam.
veces resbalaban en la lo.ia
liumeda. La pelea fu pareja
durante todo el encuentro has-
ta el noveno asalto que gan
Brin para asumir una pequea
ventaja con directos de derecha
a la cara. Gardner peg un du-
ro golpe al corazn del argenti-
no en el quinto asalto y Brin
mostr sus efectos al recurrir al
clinch. En el sptimo acto Gard
ncr hizo su mejor esfuerzo lle-
vando a Brin a las sogas y en
el noveno le dio una derecha
cortsima que lastim al arfeta-
tino- Este empern,acumul punr.
tos suflcleMR' p^TK' anexar*
Juegos del torneo
femenino de basket
ball de la. divisin
Se niega que los
Piratas dejaran
ce an e a Meyer
PITTSBURGH, Junio 6 (UP)
Franch Rickey, Gerente Ge- I round y no vacil en recibir al-. _
nerr^ de .los Piratas neg enr-unos golpes para descargar~pr- 4Chevrolet vs. Crdenas.
7Crdenas vs. Operten.
11Daar vs. Chevrolet.
LIGA PROVINCIAL DE
BASKETBALL DE PANAMA
Circuito Femenino
Divisin Mayor
Temporada de Campeonato
1951.
Primera Vuelta
6Chevrolet vs. Operten.
9Crdenas vs. Chevrolet.
13Operten vs. Daar.
16Daar vs. Chevrolet.
20Operten vs. Crdenas.
23Chevrolet vs. Operten.
27Daar vs. Crdenas.
3*Operten vs. Daar,
pullo:
3 Juegos Presentar Maana
El Soft De Los Bomberos
. .:.;anente y Compaa 5
~..a : i -. .
La contienda, de Softball de
la Liga de Bomberos de Pana-
m prosigue esta tarde en el
cuadro de la Plaza Amador con
el interesante Juego entre los
equipos:
GUARriA PERMANENTE
vs.
COM?ANIA No. 5
El caledanrio de juegos se
ha reformado, y maana se
ofrecern tres juegos a cargo
de los siguientes conjuntos:
Compaa 2 vs. Compaa >
4:15 a.m.
Compaa 6 vs. Compaa 3
7:30 p.m.
Electricistas vs. Compaa 4
7:30 p.m.
Todos estos encuentros se
efectuarn en el cuadro de San-
ta Rita. Los partidos para el
fin de semara son:
Sbado 94:15 p.m.Compa-
a No. 1 vs. Permanente en la
Plaza Amador.
Domingo 108:30 a.m.Com-
paa No. 2 vs. Cornetas en la
Plaza Amador.
9:30 a.m.Compaa No. 3 vs.
Electricistas en la Plaza Ama-
dor.
8:30 a.m.Comandancia vs.
Compaa No. S en Santa Rita.
9:30 a.m.Compaa No. l vs.
Compaa No. 6 en Santa Rita.
tentes derechas.
gicanente que se pensara des-
pedir como manager de la no-
vena a Billy Meyer y dijo que
el .-abado le dio un voto de
conllanza ilimitado.
En un telegrama del sbado.
Rickey le dijo a Meyer que po-
dja hacer lo que creyera mejor
para la n vena "y yo compar-
tir las responsabilidades por
una o todas las crticas. \o
creo que tenernos por que te-
mer a las crticas. De todos mo-
dos sepa que lo respaldo en to- nesado de Inglaterra Don Cqetcll | Daar" sobre el Crdenas por 29
das formas." venci por la via rpida en el. a 19.
La recaudacin total del pro-
grama de campeones celebrado
"noche se calcula en 125 mil li-
bras esterlinas que en esta j>o-
c;i de la televisin probablemen-
te constituye un record en cjia'-
c.uler lugar del mundo.
NOTA: SI dos equipos termi-
nan la vuelta empatados en el
primer lugar, se decidir el ga-
nador en un solo juego. El ven-'
cedor de la primera mitad se
disputar el Mtulo en serle de,
tres juegos con el ganador de
En la segunda pelea principal j la segunda etapa.
,-rl programa .1 campen sen: -|2 ^Ccor? e gUSS^dS '
y
ques que se convirtieron en sen-
cillos.
Nixon dl pase a Al Zarllla
que forz la carrera. Despus
del empate Mel Parnell entr y
dio pase a Jim Busby y des-
pus de dos outs el lanzador
Randy Gumpert empuj otras
dos carreras. En la octava en-
trada Bob Dllllnger dio un sen-
cillo, Busby sigui con un Jon-
rn, Carrasquel dl un doble
Gus Niarhos un
Evans sustituy a
sencillo.
Parnell.
Bii
Allie Reynolds rompi en nue-
ve la racha de triunfos d los
Indios al vencer los Yanquis por
8 a 2 con una contribucin del
propio Reynolds que empuj un
par de carreras. Reynolds slo
consinti cinco hits y ponch a
cinco. Larry Berra y Bobby
Brown Jonronearon. Bill Mar-
tin que sustituy al lesionado
Gerry Coleman en la segunda
de los Yanquis dl un sencillo carrera del triunfo.
La temporada del baseball de Barcaza
se inaugurar el Domingo 17 de Junio
taja sobre los Cardenales en la
Liga Nacional al vencerlos por
3 a 2 despus de haber empa-
tado en la octava entrada para
vencer en la siguiente.
Los Cardenales anotaron dos
veces en la sexta entrada por
doble de Red Schoendiest y sen-
cillo de Billy Johnson despus
de un out forzado de ste, Enes
Slaughter recibi pase y Nippy
Jones que se haba embasado
con out do Johnson anot por
sencillo de Stan Rojek. Gil Hod-
ges dl un Jonrn en la pti-
ma entrada.
En el noveno episoaio Cari
Furillo recibi pase y anot
despus que Roy Campanella
dl un largo batazo al centro
tras dos intentos fallidos de to-
car la bol*. Peanut Lowrey casi
atrapa el batazo en lo profun-
do de los jardines y apesar de
su magnfica devolucin al cua-
dro y de Schoendiest a Gara-
glola, Furillo se desliz con la
Mauricio vs. C. Vieja
y Bam-Madurilo. los
2 Juegos sealados
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball Mayor
Circuito Masculino
Provincia de Panam
Lord Chester
BAM......
Madurlto .....
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Ccn entusiasmo se inaugur la justa del basket femenino
AL DA SIGUIENTE. Ettard Charles, campen mundial
peso pesado, saborea un pedazo de pastel que las delicadas
manos de su tunantsima esposa le lleva a la boca. Esto fu
al da siguiente de su combate contra el retador Joey Maxim
al que derrot por decisin. En su cara se pueden notar las
huellas del combate celebrado.
Por L. P. A.
En la ltima reunin cele-
brada por la Liga de Baseball
de Barraza, se adoptaron de-
cisiones tendientes a lograr que
el prximo torneo a celebrarse
result un xito al igual que
los otros celebrados.
Aunque a esta reunin slo
concurrieron cuatro represen-
tantes de equipos se da por se-
guro que un total de siete no-
venas se Inscribirn para to-
mar parte en esta justa, que ya
ha 'adquirido dotes de tradi-
cional dentro del baseball afi-
cionado de la capital, por la
magnifica organizacin que le
ha imprimido un grupo de de-
portistas de ese lugar.
A los mencionados represen-
tantes de equipos que asistie-
ron se le hizo entrega de las
fichas de Inscripciones y se les
notifica a aquellos que tengan
Inters en inscribir equipos que
pueden pasar por la residen-
cia del seor Jos de M. Mu-
oz, en la Calle 21 Oeste.
Entre los puntos sobresalien-
tes acordados en la menciona-
da reunin, se fij el domingo
17 del mes en curso para inau-
gurar el torneo y se enviarn
Invitaciones a este acto para-
que concurran como invitados
de honor, ai Ing. Ricardo Ber-
mdez, Ministro de Educacin;
Ing. Norberto Navarro, Minis-
tro de Obras Pblicas; Lie. Ma-
nuel Roy, Director del Depar-
tamento de Educacin Fsica;
don Arturo Ulueca, presidente
de la Federacin Nacional de
Bisbol Aficionado y a todos los
miembros del Honorable Con-
cejo Capitalino, de quienes es-
peran los deportistas de Barra-
za, una ayuda igual a los aos
anteriores.
Citacin Deportiva
DEPORTIVO AZTECA
Pide a lodos los jugadores de
los equipo., de baseball la pun-
tual asistencia a la prctica de
maana a las 5 de la tarde en
el Estadio Olmpico, especial-
mente a los del Circuito Menor
y a los peloteros E. Roux, E.
Arlas, C. John, H. Brlsltt y E.
Sheriff.
' Ofrecemos aqu dos interesan-
tes vistas de la inauguracin
del Camoeonatn Femenino dr
Basketball mayor de la Liga
Provincial de Panam. En una
vemos el momento en que el
aenor Ministro de Educacin,
profesor Ricardo Bermdez, se
dispone a lanzar la primera bo-
la, lo acompaan, de Izquierda
a derecha, Arturo Ulueca, vice-
presidente de la Liga; Germinal
Sarasqueta (se le ve media ca-
ra), presidente de la Lita: lvan
Zuida, secretario del Ministe-
rio, y el Lie. Manuel Rov, Di-
rector General de Educacin Fi-
aiea.
En la otra fotografa, el equi-
po Daar, ganador del juego
de apertara, formado por, de
izquierda a derecha, paradas:
M. Ferigault, J. Palma, M. Ca-
fUtlez, J. Caizlez, C. Harris
8. Hal, B. Holmes y el entre-
nador R. "Cholo" Garca. Aga-
chadas: R. Herazo, H. Espino-
sa, J Candanedo, H. Nes y
M- Cuela.
El 'PRT retirado de
los dos circuitos del
ftbol del Chorrillo
Por L. P.
En la sesin efectuada anoche
por los miembros de la direc-
tiva de la Liga de Football del
barrio del Chorrillo, se acord
entre otros puntos retirar los
equipos que con el nombre de
Deportivo Prl, participaban en
las categoras mayor y menor
de esta justa.
Para el retiro del conjunto
de la mayor, se tomo en cuen-
ta el proceder bochornoso de
que fueron protagonistas los in-
tegrantes de este onceno en
el partido celebrado el domin-
go pasado cuando se enfrenta-
ron al Deportivo Remn y es-
tando con la anotacin en tu
contra por 3 a 1 faltando es-
casos minutos para terminar el
juego, optaron por retirarse del
cuadro, a la vez que varios de
los componentes de este equi-
po injmiaron de palabras obsce-
nas a varios miembros de la
Liga, llegando hasta herir el
amor materno de cada uno de
los componentes de esta Liga.
Para el retiro del onceno del
circuito menor se tom en cuen-
ta la prdida de tres partidos
consecutivos por inasistencia y
encontrarss en mora con la Li-
ga. Asimismo se suspendi de
por vida al jugador Euclldes
Vsquez. del mencionado equi-
po en el circuito mayor, quien
fu una de las figuras princi-
pales en los actos bochornosos
a que nos referimos.
La liga de Catedral
inaugura su justa de
basket el viernes 15
Con gran inters estn prac-
ticando los equipos que partici-
parn en la contienda de Bas-
ketball de la Liga de Catedral,
la cual se lnauguar el vie.nes
15 de Junio.
El Juego de apertura estn a
cargo de los quintetos, Mauri-
cio, campen del pasado ao, y
Surex formado por los jugado-
res que militaron en el Nehl,
subeampen de la temporada
pasada.
En este partido lanzar la
primera bola, el popular y que-
rido deportista, Ing. Norberto
Navarro, Ministro de Obras P-
blicas.
En el otro juego del Programs
de Inauguracin se enfrentarn
los equipos del Taller Souza y
de la ptica Sosa.
Chico Carrasquel no sera vendido
ni por todo el equipo de los Yanquis
CHICAGO, Junio 6 (UP).
El Administrador General de los
Medias Blancas de Chicago,
Frank Lane, declar que los
Informes de que su club quizs
vendiera a su torpedero vene-
zolano Chico Carrasquel a los
Yanquis de Nueva York por 150
mil dlares "son demasiado ri-
diculos para que yo me ponga
a desmentirlos."
El manager de la novena Paul
Richards fu an ms categri-
co: "Nosotros no cambiaramos
a Carrasquel ni por todo el
equipo de los Yanquis con las
graderas del rightfleld del
Yankee Stadium incluidas... y
vosotros podis poner mi firma
en eso."
Esos Informes circularon en
Venezuela basados en un ru-
mor local que se dijo se deba
a su vez a una noticia proce-
dente de los Estados Unidos.
\t kanamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
El ganador de la
pelea Louis-Sa void
se medir con Brin
NUEVA YORK, Junio 6 (UP)
El apoderado de Csar Brin
inici negociaciones anoche en
esta ciudad, despus de recibir
la noticia del triunfo del boxea-
dor argentino en Londres, para
que l se enfrente en Julio al
sanador de la pelea que sostr.i-
drn Joe Louis y Lee Savold.
"El promotor Jim Norris pa-
rece favorecer la pelea dijo
Callman. "La misma podra e-
lectuarse en el Madison Square
Garden o en uno de los parques
de bisbol".
Lefevre, Pelimex y P.
Cola ganaron en el
basket menor anoche
Los conjuntos Parque Lefevre,
Pelimex y Pepsi Cola iniciaron
con una victoria sus compro-
misos en el Campeonato Mas-
culino de Basketball de Segun-
da Categora de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam, en los jue-
gos que se presentaron anoche
en el Gimnasio Nacional, los
cuales terminaron con los si-
guientes resultados:
Pepsl 33. Panamericano 28.
Lefevre 53, Madurin Jr. 52.
Pelimex 45, Rebeldes 38.
La contienda proseguir' el
prximo viernes con otros tres
partidos a carao de los equipos:
ptica Sosa vs. Dep. Pern.
Carlos Eleta vs. Chlriqu.
Dep. Barrera vs. Orion.
Lane y Richards no hicieron de-
claraciones sobre si algn otro
club les haba hecho alguna
oferta por Carrasquel este ao.
Pero las esferas deportivas
crean que se haban hecho
ofertas aunque en ningn mo-
mento lo suficientemente con-
cretas debido a que es amplia-
mente conocido que los Medias
Blancas no desean prescindir
de los servicios de Chico Ca-
rrasquel considerado como uno
de los responsables del "resur-
gimiento" del equipo.
Ambos dirigentes de los Me-
dias Blancas tampoco quisieron
hacer comentarlos sobre si sa-
ben que el "Chico" debe figu-
rar en el Juego de las estrenas
pero por su actitud hacia el
torpedero venezolano que goza
de enormes simpatas entre los
aficionados de Chicago se sabe
que consideran que Carrasquel
debe participar en el equipo
que representa a la liga Ame-
ricana en aquel encuentro.
Dos comentados e Interesan-
tes Juegos presenta esta noche
en el Gimnasio Nacional el
Campeonato de Basketball Mas-
culino de la divisin Mayor da
la Liga Provincial de Panama,
con la participacin de los
equipos *
MAURICIO v.. C. VIEJA
8 p.m.
BAM vs. MADURITO
9 a.m.
JSi^**1? d!la Just* lndlca '
importancia de estos dos encuen
tros, ya que Jos cuatro quinte-
tos marchan empatados en el
segundo lugar lo cual significa
que los ganadores continuaran
con meJr puntuacin en dicha
colocacin, mientras que ios
perdedores se hundirn en el
solano.
Con estos motivos se pronos*
tlcan dos partidos sumamen-
te renidos y satisfactorios, don-
ae los conjuntos no pedirn ni
darn cuartel. ^
En el Juego Mauricio vs. Car-
ta vieja actuarn de arbitros,
yicent v F. Perdorao, y en el
partido Bam vs. Madurlto ser-
virn de arbitros. Bula y Quin-
tero. Coutt y E. Morales sern
los anotadores.
Sigue maana
el tormo de
tenis Diinlop
Maana continua la compe-
tencia de tenis fleTrecin Inicia-
do Torneo "DUNLOP" con el In-
teresante partido entre los Ju-
gadores R. Cernelll vs. Sanche*
a las 4:30 p.m. en la cancha
de tenis de la Piscina Olmpica.
Los prximos Juegos son los
siguientes:
Jueves:
R. Alfaro vs. R. Davidson
4:30 p.m.
Viernes:
K. Young vs. G. Maduro
4:30.
Sbado:
G. Mldense vs. F. Haldky
3:30 p.m.
O. Hovell vs. C. Elle
4:30.
Domingo
Herblnati vs. L. Ruz
8:30 a.m.
M. Fisher vs. H. Randall
9:30 a.m.
El Deportivo Monticello
celebrar con un baile
;u cuarto aniversario
El club social deportivo "MN
TICELLO", que dirigen los en-
tusiastas deportistas Ignacio
Paschal, Mateo Mussa y Loreu-
ro Coppln, se preparan para
celebrar su cuarto aniversario
el 4 de Julio en el Gimnasio de
Paraso, con un gran baile que
amenizar la Orquesta de Ar-
mando Boza con sus 18 profe-
sores y en la parte vocal los
cantantes Germn Vergara y
Mani Bolaos.
mm*mm>k
PENETRO
Haga su cabello
muchsimo ms
atractivo con Vaseline'
Hair Tonic... Use unas
pocas gotas diarias y
...vea qu diferencr
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