The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01135

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Break Looms As Marshall,
Ridgway Confer On Korea
Boost In CZ Rents May
Find Official Opposition
Close observer pointed out today that Governor F.
K. Newcomer will do everything; In his power to avert the
Increase in rentals, but... "he is only one man on the
board." This reaction came as a result of yesterdays
Washington dispatch which reported that the House Ap-
propriations Committee has urged the Secretary of the
Army to take Immediate step for Increasing rent on
the Canal quarter. ...... ...
Local officials felt rents would be established by the
Panama Railroad Board which will meet June 18, and
not by any directive by the House Committee.
The Governor and other high officials of the admin-
istration have repeatedly gone on record that a general
raise in rents would not be an outcome of the reorganisa-
tion of the Canal-Railroad July 1. ^.
As for the statement In yesterday's dispatch that It
would not seen exorbitant for the government to make
' a small profit In the operation...." the new Canal com-
pany will be required to make enough money t pay lor
its operations and to cover Interest on the united States
government's Investment In its properties here.
The Canal administration, at the same time, Is cog-
nisant of the effect that hlrh rentals would have upon
the already low morale of employes.______________________
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Bl And AF Scent Sabotage
\n Crash of 8 Thunder jets
RICHMOND, Indiana, June 8
J(UP)_Alr Force and FBI agents
today are Investigating whether
Iwbotage caused eight Thuruler-
|jet fighters to" crash m thebig-
Igest multiple airplane disaster in
peacetime history.
I Three pilots were Hilled and
Itwo injured late yesterday when
the eight planes crashed mysterl-
lously when flying In a flight of
111 planes through an electrical
latorm. "The other three pilots
I were unhurt. .-",. .. ,
At least two pilots said their
engines exploded after they were
Isi.Icly through the storm.______
1 Feast Of Weeks'
[Starts Today
I At JWB Balboa
, SHAVUOTH (Feast of Weeks)
I services will be held at the USO-
I JWB Armed Forces Service Cen-
Iter. Balboa, C.Z.. today at 7:30
I pan., tomorrow at 9:00 ajn.; to-
I rtforrow evening and Monday
I morning at 9:00 a.m. Memorial
services (Yizkor) fot the depart-
ed will be read during the Mon-
[d*y morning service.
The Shavuoth Festival derives
Its name from the fact that It oc-
curs seven weeks after the first
day of Passover. In the Shavuoth
festival two themes unite gra-
1 tltude to God for natures' boun-
| ties and thanks to Him lor having
: revealed the Torah (The Old Tes-
tsiment) which promulgate to
Israel and to mankind those prin-
ciples of justice, mercy and peace
1 by which alone man can live a
good Ufe. T
IrarTTo Hold Up Repy
Until Britons Arrive
TEHERAN. June 9. (UP) The
Iranian Government announced
today that it will hold Its reply
to the British note protesting the
seizure of the Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company tlH It has time to deter-
mine the attitude of the British
delegation due here Monday to
negotiate the oil crisis.
Another pilot said his engine
conked out. He saw at least two of
the other planea collide.
The .eight Thunderjets crashed
In aySlHmUe radius near here.
Two" crashed near the Perfect
Circle plant, about half a mile
apart. They dug holes about 15
feet deep Into the ground and
wreckage was scattered over at
least 50 yards.
An eyewitness said a plane
whkh crashed at the Boston
Municipal airport, south of here,
just missed ft runway and burst
into flames after hitting the
ground. Its pilot, Capt. Robert
Jackson, 24. Austin, Tex., crawl-
ed out of the wreckage and was
taken to hospital with lacera-
tions.
One of the jet* crashed about
30 yards from the Fountain City
railroad station. Its pilot report-
edly parachuted to safety.
The Thunderjets Ware escort
fighters attached to (he Strate-
gic Bomber Command whose
chlef.Lt. Gen.Curtis LeMay, flew
here' to take personal charge of
the Investigation.
Previous worst peacetime In-
cident of the kind Is believed to
have been wherratx planes were
lost when a flight of fighters
flew Into bad weather over Ra-
leigh, North Carolina, In 1939.
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Rome Cops Foil
Plot To Kill
Italian Chief
ROME, June' (UP)Police
said today that they have un-
covered an apparent plot to
assassinate Italian President
Lulgi Einaudi and senior milit-
ary leaders at a parade last
week.
Four unexploded bombs were
found under the stand on which
the officials reviewed troops on
the fifth anniversary of the
Italian Republic.
If the bombs had exploded
they probably would have killed
or Injured Einaudi and 30 other
hitrh civ! and military officials.
Workers dismantling the stands
discovered the bombs last night.
'ShangiRa'
In Balboa
The U8S Shangri-La, the 27,-
000-ton aircraft carrier that Ca-
nal Zone donations helped build,
warped Into Pier 18 at Balboa
this morning at 11:10. She was
escorted by two destroyers, the
USE Melvln and the US8 Abbot
which berthed at Pier 15. The
total complement of 1,125 men
will be granted shore liberty this
afternoon.
The Shangri-La which has no
planes aboard, wsA recently re-
moved from the "Mothball Fleet"
and reactivated on the west
coast. The ship, which was com-
missioned In September 1844,
went into action in Okinawa and
Is credited with 184 enemy planes
shot down and 22 ships sunk.
This Essex-class carrier, whose
flight deck measures 888 feet, got
Its unusual name as a direct re-
sult of the famous Doollttle raid
on Tokyo In April 1942. When
President RooaeVtlt was asked by
inquiring "hewsmen where the
USS Hornet was launched In the
Tokyo strike, he said that the
Doollttle flyers had been based
at "Shangri-La," the fictional
name of a land of paradise In the
book by James Hilton. The name
captured the public's fancy and
it was later given to the carrier.
One of the clhangri-La's mis-
sions in 1948 was to take part In
the famous "Operations Cross-
roads," the atomic bomb test
held off Bikini. "Tie Shangri-La
flew radio controlled fighters
and recorded scientific data.
Photographs also were taken by
Shangri-La planes.
Captain F. L. Busey, who Is ln
command of the Shangri-La, was
also the commanding officer of
the USS Hornet oh her last trip.
He announced that there would
be no general visiting.
The carrier, which was built
by the outright gift of thousands
of Americans, including Isth-
mians. Is due to transit the Canal
Tuesday morning.
The 15th Naval District has ar-
ranged for a tour ofJPanami for
the men.
House Group Slashes Funds
For Pet' Engineer Projects
WASHINGTON, June 9, (UP)
A Congressional battle over the
future of the Rivers and Harbors
and flood control projects shaped
up today as the House Appropria-
tions Committee scuttled one-
fifth of the proposed funds for
those projects next year.
The committee knocked out
$162,860,500 of the administra-
tion's request for $220,478,000 for
piers and harbors projects. Gen-
eral flood control funds were re-
duced from $328,365,100 to $268,-
009,000. The $61,000,000 asked for
flood control on the Mississippi
and its tributaries was cut to
$59,000,000.
It was one of the biggest cuts in
years on congressional "pet" le-
gislation out the measure still
must face the house, the Senate
appropriations committee and
the Senate itself. Efforts un-
doubtedly will be made to restore
some of the money.
The house committee refused
any money for new projects and
denied funds for planning and
survey. It ordered the Army
Corps of Engineers, which han-
dles the program, bo "re-eval-
uate" all projects now ln the
planning stage.
The committee said It felt that
no new projects should be start-
ed now "when the nation Is
US Troops Bounce
Russian Officials
From Austrian Zone
SALZBURG, June 9 (UP)
United States soldiers forcibly
ejected three members of the
Russian repatriation mission
from the American zone of
Austria today after they had
locked themselves in their car
and refused to budge.
Ope United States soldier rip-
ped open the door of their Mer-
cedes sedan and dragged out
the Russian driver.
The soldier acted under the
terms of a United States ultima-
tum for the Russians to get out
or be thrown out because no
more Soviet nationals In the
zone wished to be repatriated.
Three United States soldiers
Jumped Into the Mercedes and
sped to the head of the United
States army convoy carrying
the Russians' baggage.
The convoy raced to the bor-
der of the Soviet zone with the
unwilling Russian riders still
ln the back of their sedan.
They were deposited uncere-
moniously across the border
with their baggage.
Pardon Rumored For
Collaborator Petain
ILE DyeU, France. June
(UP)Persisten*, rumors are cir-
culating here and in Paris that
the French Government is con-
sidering a pardon for former
marshal Henri Philippe Petain,
95, imprisoned here since 1945 for
wartime collaboration with the
Germana
straining every effort to provide
the necessary funds for Its secur-
ity and. perhaps survival."
Projects eliminated included:
Georgia's $40,000,000 Buford
Dam.
The proposed $8,000,000 Old
Hickory lock and dam. and the
proposed $3,000,000 Cheatham
Lock and Dam, both ln Tennes-
see.
The $90,000 alteration of the
belt line bridge at Norfolk, Va.
Rivers and harbors projects
approved by the committee in-
cluded:
Alabama: Demopolls lock and
dam, $4,000.000.
Florida: Jim Woodruff Dam,
part of Apalachlcola, Chattahoo-
chee, and Flint rivers system, Ga.
and Fia., $8,300,000; Intracoastal
Waterway, Jacksonville to Miami,
$2.150.000; Jacksonville Harbor,
$693,500.
Georgia: Savannah Harbor,
$370,000.
Louisiana: Calcasleu River and
pass, $775,000; Gulf Intracoastal
waterway, Algiers Cut-off, $3,-
900,000; Pearl River. Miss., and
La., $987,000.
Mississippi: Harrison County
Shore Protection, $773,000.
Flood control projects approv-
ed were:
Arkansas: Blakely Mountain
Reservoir, $5,700,000; Bull Shoals
Reservoir, Ark., and Mo., $14,000,-
000; Narrows Reservoir $200,000.
Florida: Central and Southern
Florida, $5,000,000.
Georgia: Clark Hill Reservoir,
Ga., and B.C.. $18,000,000.
Louisiana: Mermentau River,
$707,000.
North Carolina: Buggs Island
Reservoir, Va and N.C.. $16,-
000,000.
Tennessee: Dale Hollow Reser-
voir, Tenn., and Ky., $500,000;
Memphis. $160,000.
Virginia: Philpott Reservoir,
$2,940.000.
lost' Officials
May Have Been
Lured To Paris
LONDON, June 9, (UP)
' Thousands of agents tracing the
moves of the two missing British
diplomats have pieced together
evidence that they might have
been lured to Paris and are now
being held by force.
The diplomats, Donald Mac-
Lean, 38, Foreign Office head of
United States affairs and Guy
Burgess, 40, Far Eastern expert,
made no attempt to cover their
tracks till they disappeared May
26, one day after leaving Britain
without saying goodbye to their
families.
They took a strange, round-
about journey to Paris, signing
their names to various papers.
Security agents now believe Pa-
ris was not their original destin-
ation, but that they were given
a message en route which may
have lured them to the French
capital.
French police are trying to
track down a third man believed
to have written the telegrams re-
ceived by relatives of the missing
men. It is thought the men
drafted the telegram them-
selves.
The telegram to Burgess' mo-
ther contained the first possi-
ble bint of why the two old col-
lege friends ran away two weeks
ago and where they might have
gone. The message said:
"Terribly sorry for my silence.
Am new embarking on a long
Mediterranean holiday. Do for-
give, (signed) any."
Although Burgess referred to a
Mediterranean holiday, the se-
cret police of all Western Europe
were on the lookout for them.
Foreign Office sources increas-
ingly discounted political Impli-
cations ln the disappearance of
the two young diplomats. These
sources pointed out that no do-
cuments were missing and close
colleagues of the two said that
both men had shown a tendency
ln recent years to swing even far-
ther to the right If anything.
It was admitted unofficially,
however, that the possibility of
duress and the chance of foul
play could not be overlooked.
It was feared at first that the
two men had gone to Russia with
their knowledge of high-level po-
licy secrets.
MacLean and Burgess disap-
peared from the cross-channel
steamer Falalse when It put in at
St. Malo on May 27 on an excur-
sion to the Island of Jersey. Their
luggage was left ln their cabin.
French Bomber Missing:
Over Morocco; 7 Aboard
PORT LYAUTEV, Morocco.
June 9. (UP) A Wellington
bomber of the French Air Force
disappeared on maneuvers last
night with seven men aboard.
TOKYO, June 9 (UP) A major development in the)
Korean war seemed imminent today as United States De-
fense Secretary George C. Marshall conferred with Gen-
eral Matthew B. Ridgway behind closed doors.
Mashall's visit to the Far East coincided with slack-
ening Communist resistance in Korea and Anglo-American
talks on a new cease-fire offer to the Chinese Reds.
There was speculation that the proposal might be
announced if and when the 8th Army drives the Com-
munists out of their Iron Triangle in. central Korea.
Front line dispatches reported
Increasing signs of Communist
preparations to pull out of the
strategic triangle to a new de-
fense line 80 miles north of the
38th parallel.
United Nations columns con-
verging on Chorwon and Kumh-
ws,, at the base of the mountain
ringed triangle, forged ahead up
to three mites against decreasing
Chinese resistance.
They wedged Into the Chinese
defense line south of the two ci-
ties despite light to moderate op-
position from Communist rear-
guards screening the reported
withdrawal.
At the same time 33 Superforts
and B-26 light bombers dropped
nearly 200 tons of fragmentation
bombs on the Iron Triangle for
the second straight night.
Communist resistance Increas-
ed on the east central and east-
ern fronts, but Is still only a de-
laying action.
One North Korean company
broke through the Allied lines
north on Inje. but the gap was
closed several hours later.
Observers recall that United
States Army Chief of Staff Gen.
J. Lawton Collins testified re-
cently before the Senate com-
mittee Investigating; General
Douglas MacArthur's ouster that
a "definite new directive" for the
Korean campaign was being pre-
pared.
Marshall has said he brought
Bradley Urges All
Atlantic Countries
Speed Rearmament
LONDON, June 9 (UP)Gen-
eral Omar N. Bradley, chairman
of the United States Joint
Chiefs of Staff today urged all
Atlantic Pact countries In-
cluding the United States to
speed up their rearmament pro-
grams "because we don't know
how much time we have."
Bradley spoke at a press con-
ference at the conclusion of his
talks first in Paris then here
with French and British mili-
tary head.
He said he was not satisfied
with the progress of rearma-
ment ln any country.
He said the United States al-
ways hoped other United Na-
tions would find a way to send
more troops to Korea.
Bradley emphatically denied
he had brought a new United
States cease-fire formula for
Korea to discuss with British
Defense Minister Emanuel Shin-
well and the British Chiefs of
Staff.
no new directive for Ridgway, bml
added that he expected to hear
from Washington soon.
He expects to remain hit* at
least through tomorrow.
Panam Agencies
Employes Petition
For Higher Wages
Under the headline "Panama
Agencies Employes Petition Man-
agement for Better Wages, Privi-
leges." the "Panama Tribune'" of
today' date carries the following;
tory, which-la reprinted in part:
"A petition has been filed with
the management of the Panama
Agencie company, long estab-
lished local steamship agents, by.
fifty-four non-U.8.. citlsens em-
ployed at Balboa and Cristobal
who complained of being affect-
ed by unlavorable work condi-
tion.
"The petitioner revealed that
from a comparUon with govern-
ment agencie operating on the
Canal Zone, and private and gov-
ernmental enterprise In the Re-
public of Panama, their wag*
scale compares unfavorably.
They also pointed up the fact
that with the recent 5-cent In-
crease granted to non-U.S. em-
ployes on the Canal Zone, the
disparity In wage structures has
become even more pointed.
"In substantiation they pre-
sented a table showing the aver-
age office clerk of the Panama
Canal as receiving 79 cents an
hour or the equivalent of $126.40
for a four-week period. Private
and Government enterprises in
the Republic of Panama report-
edly paid a minimum of $135.00
to $150.00 per month. The same
category employe of the Armed
Services receives 90-cent an houf
which is equivalent to $145.00 per
four week period.
"As against the above th#
monthly salary paid the average*
office clerk by the Panama Agen-
cies Company ranges between
$90.00 to $120.00."
Shawcross Tells Britons
Retail Prices To Go Up
LONDON, June 8 (UP)The
chairman of the British Board
of Trade. Sir Hartley Shawcross.
warned Britons today that a 60
per cent Increase ln the raw
material price index ln the past
year would mean more retail
price Increases.
He said the government was
studying the law relating to
monopolies, rings, and the va-
rious devices manufacturers
might use to avoid price con-
trols, a
1_____------Use
Vogeler Says 'Will Was Ground Away
By Red Drugs, Lies, Physical Torture
WASHINGTON, June 9 (UP)
Robert A. Vogeler, American bus-
inessman Jailed by Communist
Hungary, has repudiated his spy
confession and r.ald his Red In-
quisitors tortured him until he
was ready to sign, any "rubbish"
put before him.
Vogeler, vice-president of the
International Telephone & Tele-
graph Co., told a National Press
Club luncheon that "little If any-
thing" he said at his trial ln Bu-
dapest was true except his name,
address and similar facts.
Vogeler said that although his
conscience was clear and he
could see "no oosslble reason
why" he should be molested, he
was seized Nov. 18, 1949. and hur-
ried ln a heavily curtained car
to'"the dread Romanesque prison
of the secret police."
He was grilled for 72 hours
without sleep. He was to!d he was
charged with being a spy and
that
would not ask about hima
"horrible mental torture." He was
also forced to write his "auto-
biography."
When he neared exhaustion, he
was provided with coffee and cl-
garets "obvlouly" containing
strong stimulants.
"During this period I was slug-
ged over the ear once and dump-
ed naked into a tub of Ice wa-
ter."
By the 80th hour he began to
under an "excruciatingly strong
light, "maliciously awakened,
cross-examined again and shav-
ed. He was taken before the At-
torney General who told him no
one could be held more than 72
hours without charges, and that
80 persons had testified against
him.
After that, Vogeler said, the
"real mental torture" began. He
was told by the chief of the Hun-
garian secret police that hi gov-
ernment was not interested in
or "dead, maddening slleafce."
Then, for refusing to change
bis story, he was stripped of ev-
erything but his suit and shoes
and put ln a small, damp cold
cell. For 10 days he got nothing
but black bread and water and
the steel peephole was method-
ically opened and clanged shut
every six minutes.
Finally he was again cleaned
up. shaved and led before the se-
cret police chief, having "lost
contact with all reality and.
^ffl^Ww'Ss^i:. nlmTd ^Me^omtort in bee7^rn"down pineal* an.
face At the 70th hour, he col- return for cooperation. mentally.
"I reiterated my Innocence and
was led back to my cot," he re-
lated. "That night I was awak-
ened roughly and was launched
on a period of some 12 days of
further grilling."
During this time, he said, he
was given much coffee and little
food, questioned for 18 hours a
day and subjected to alternative
lapsed and fell from his chair.
"Then I was presented with a
so-called confession of sabotage
which ln fact was a partial
statement of normal reasons why
the plant had not been up to
snuff," he related. "Before 1
signed that statement, we argued
it word by word, line by line."
Vogeler said he was next al-
"I was apparently ready to be
hopped up and groomed for my
trial," he said.
Vogeler said his "case history''
showed the "human degrada-
tion" that Is practiced m Com-
munist countries, how the "will
Is slowly ground away (and) the
very body Is forced into league
d with being a spy and Vogeler said he was next ai- oay ana uojeci-ru to-= \nZ* '^. .rnHtv
the American Legation lowed an hour and a half sleep hours of shouting and screaming against ones personality.


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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives*
Crittbal
f.S. Chlriqui ...................................June 11
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................Jane 14
5.8. Chlrlqiii ...................................June
5.9. Manaqnl ...................................July 1
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................July
(Ranifllnt Rrfrlimtrri Chilled end (Irnrtal Carro)
New York Freight Service
8.8. Cape Aon .................................Jane 17
S.8. Cape Avinof ...............................June 23
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July I"
S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................July 7
.Weekly (tailings lo New York, Los Anaeles, Ban Francisca). Seattle
Occasional Salllnis lo New Orleans and Mobil*.
(Tka iccamers In this service are limited lo twelve .eeainim)
rraajaenl rrelihi Oallrnp frer. Cristobal to West Oast Central Amarle
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.8. Chlriqui ...................................Jane It
8.8. Chlriqui.....(Pauenfer Service Only)......June 26
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................July 10
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CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-804 COLON 80

GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
BM. "SANTA CECILIA" ..........Due Cristbal, June 13th
a|.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ......Due Cristbal, June 20th
tOM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
' B&. "SANTA LUISA" ............Sails Cristbal. June Uth
S.8. "SANTA I8ABEL" ...........Sails Cristbal, June 18th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.8. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" ... .Due _
8.8. "SANTA ADELA"' .. ...........Due "B
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foa, June 19th
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8.8. "SCHIEDYK" ...............................June 12th
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Braniff's Special DC-4
Due Today
Branlff Airways is flying a spe-
cial DC-4 from Houston today to
take (\re of a cargo backlog. It
will return as an extra passenger
flight.
"Rangitoto" To Dock
The Rangitoto, out of New Zea-
land and en route to London will
dock today at Balboa. She is mak-
ing the Journey via Curacao, the
local agent, Norton-Lilly and Co.
stated.
tary General of
Santiago, Chile.
the YMCA at
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Grace Line's "Santa Luisa"
Transiting Monday
The Grace Lino's passenger
ship Santa Luisa is due to dock
in Cristobal Monday afternoon.
Aboard are Mr. Jf MT. V.
Styles, American* Coosnfcrni Onij
yaqull and Mr. and Mrs. Mal-
colm Crew. Mr. Crew Is Secre-
Air Crash Widow's
Double Indemnity,
Claim Unsuccesdul
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., June 0
(UP) The State Supreme Court
ruled today that Mrs. Mary Shaw
Pafford, whose husband was kill-
ed m a commercial airline crash
last year, was not entitled to re-
ceive a double, Indemnity insur-
ance payment. J
Mrs. Pafford had brought suit
for a $10,000 double Indemnity
payment in addition to the poli-
cy's basic $10,000 paid her by the
Standard Life Insurance Co., of
Indiana.
The High Court upheld a Volu-
sla circuit court decision that the
additional payment should not
be made because the policy had
made it clear that the accidental
death benefit would not be paid
if death resulted "from bodily in-
juries sustained while participa-
ting in aviation or aeronautics.,"
ii.,
Necbllick" Berthed at Cristobal
for Minor Repairs
The Hudson Bay Company's
78 ton cargo boat "Nechlllck" ar-
rived at Cristobal yesterday af-
ternoon for minor repairs. She is
bound for Vancouver.
ISTHMIAMDATA
Births
WATERMAN, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. of Rio Abajo, a son, June 6 at
Qorgas Hospital.
Williams. Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. of Rio Abajo, a daughter, June
6 at oorgas Hospital.
GorRas Hospital.
GERI, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo of
Panama, a son. June 6 at Qorgas
Hospital.
LINNELL. Lt. col. and Mrs.
F. H. of Fort Kobbe, a son, Juno
6 at GorgasHospital.
BRING AS, Mr. and Mro. 8. of!
Panama, a daughter, June 6 at,
Gorges'Hospital.
Marriage Licenses
DUNCAN. Harold Leopold, 45.
of Gamboa to LEWIS, Mary, 36
of Gamboa, Juno 7.
XLIMP, Walter George, 25, of
Panama, formerly of Savannah,
(., to ORIMALDO. Vicenta, 30,
of Panama, i
Deaths
HUSBAND. Gestaln. 49. of Pa-
nama, June 7 at Gorgas Hospital.
The difference between
proper play at rubber bridge
and proper play at tourna-
ment bridge is clearly shown In
today's hand, taken from Seat-
tle's recent Northwest Regional
tournament.
Tom Myers, of Seattle, led the
four of spades from the West
hand, and Dan Lefebvre won
with the ace. Lefebvre returned
the eight of spades, declarer put
in the nine and Myers won with
the ten. Declarer was now mark-
ed with the king and jack of
spades, so Myers shifted to the
ton of hearts.
Now declarer had a problem.
He could surely win nine tricks by
Euttlng up the ace of hearts and
nocking out the ace of dia-
monds. But If ho made only nine
tricks and all the other declarers
made ten tricks by means of a
successful heart finesse, his name
would be mud. his score would be
poor, and his face would be red.
At rubber bridge nothing would
matter but the safety of tne con-
tract. At tournament bridge.
South could not afford to give up
the play for an overtrlck.
After some painful thought,
therefore, declarer finessed the
queen of hearts. This lost to the
king of hearts, and back came
another spade.
That was the end .for poor
South. He could run five clubs,
one spade and two hearts but
he could not develop nine tricks
without leading diamonds. The
moment he led diamonds, of
course. West could take the dia-
mond ace and as many spades as
he still had.
Leftist Dutch Daily
Flays Secret Talks
On Atomic Research
lucky Dlscorery for
Hard of Hearing
Thouaanda of man and wom.a
wtu> could not hear van and were
almost deaf becauM of ear catarrh,
are now makUurthe luckysJlacov-
ary of SPaNteX, Many now ear
they can hear a clock tick SO feet
away. Oet SPANTEX from your
drugaiet today. See bow faat M
'"' auiatea keener haaxlag.
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BREDA............................June 16
BKNNEKOM .......................Juno 21
HELENA ....................,....Bog. July
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
BENNBKOM ___ ..............Jane 21
PLATO...........................End June
HELENA ................. .......Bog. July
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
BESTIA ...........................Jone 22
DELFT ............................June 24
"E.N.S.M.- CRISTOBAL, S-1816, 2-1218. 8-1818
(Passenger And Freight)
BOYD BR08.. PANAMA CITY. 2-2608
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BLOB AGEFCIES BALBOA: 2-3718, (Freight)
AMSTERDAM, June 0 (UP) ,
The Leftist afternoon newspaper
Het Parool today attacked the
Dutch government because "It is
busy in all secrecy establishing
relations with Argentina which
are so extraordinary that the
government prefers to publish
nothing about it."
Hot Parool was commenting on
reports that tho Dutch and Ar-
gentine governments are nego-!
tlatlng the sale of a Dutch-built
cyclotron for Argentine atomic
energy production.
The paper said: "Since tho re-
turn of Prince Bernhard from his
South American trip, Premier
Wlllem Drees has conferred In
deepest secrecy with his Royal
Highness and with. the Philips
electronic works.
'These conferences seem, ,
about to result In a certain
amount of cooperation in the .
field of atomic research be-
tween Holland and Argen-
tine.
"The mysterious trip of Pro-
fessor C. J. Bakker. of our most
capable atomic .scientists,,v to
Buenos Aires should apparentler-
be regarded u the first serious'
contact.
"In Argentina a regime is In
existence which, though it dif-
fers in several aspects from the
system of Hitler and Mussolini,
is a Fascist dictatorship.
"Moreover Argentina is full of
International adventurers, spies,
fortuno hunters and secret
agents. The Russians have a free
hand in these corrupt surround-
ings.
"We never heard that the Unit-
ed States and Britain have pro-
moted cooperation in the atomic
field with Peron.
"Why should Holland do so,"
New Books
"Tall Ships to Cathay," the
story of the Low family of Salem
and Brooklyn, is one of the new
books placed in circulation by
The Panama Canal Library dur-
ing the past Week.
Charles Low was the ship cap-
tain of tho family who sailed the
ships that for years linked the
Low enterprises with New York
and Boston and Canton and skip-
pered some of tho most glamor-
ous clippers American trade ever
boasted.
Author of the book Is Helen
Augur, who has been special cor-
respondent in Russia for the
Chicago* Tribune and staff cor-
respondent in Rome for the New
York Herald-Tribune and has
written several books and many
short stories and articles.
The complete list of new books
follows:
Geology"The Story of Moun-
tains," Lane.
Engllsh Es*ay--"The Common
Man," Chesterton.
Biography "Frits KreUler,"
Lochner; "Tall Ships to Cathay,"
Augur. I
Fiction"A 8hot of Murder,"
lams; "The Darling Sin," Leslie;
"Rain on tho Wind," Macken;
"Barbary Shore," Mailer; "The
Ironmaster," Powers; "The Foun-
dling," Spellman.
Added to the Reference Collec-
tionduring the past weekStudy
abroad; international handbook;
fellowships, data on scholar-
ships, educational exchange. UN-
ESCO; Motor's handbook. Motor
magaalne, UNESCO; Market
Guide, UNESCO.
Children's Fiction "Three
Boys and a Lighthouse," Agle;
"Boppet Please Stop It," Blnney;
"This Is the Bread that Betsy
Ate," Black; "Ooorgle's Pets,"
Conger; "Ghost Town cowboy,"
Eames; "The ear on the Balco-
ny," Helm; "Why Cowboys Sing
in Texas," Henderson.
Children's Non-Fiction "Air
Scouts Manual." New ed., Boy
Scouts of America; Handbook for
Boys. New ed., Boy Scouts of
America; The Sea Scout Manual.
New ed., Boy Scouts of Ameriea;
"Good Work;" "What Will You
be When You Grow Up," McCul-
longh; "Let's -Make a Puppet,"
Farnam.
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deposits ore accepted thru a period
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documents, In 4 different elzee.
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GENERAL AND MRS. MORRIS WILL ENTERTAIN
THIS EVENING FOR PARAGUATN VISITOR
The Cemmnder-ln-Ca.lef of the Caribbean Command,
Lieutenant General William H. H. Morris, Jr., and Mrs. Mor-
ris tm taraed invitations for a dinner to be given thii even-
to,; at their uarters at Quarry HeUhto In honor of the
Conimander-ln-Chlef of the Armed Force of Paraguay.
Jor General Emilio Dins de Vivar.
Ma-
Serin (tans Hold
Oyen Henee for Son
It was "upen house" on Thurs-
day evening at the Boyd M. Bev-
ngton residence In honor of
heir son, Boyd, who had ret urn-
d the previous day from Occl-
ental College in Los Angeles,
lifornla, where he has comple-
ed his freshman year.
U. CH. and Mrs. Mack
Xeturn from States
Lt-Col. and Mrs. Daniel D.
Mack. Jr.. accompanied by their
son, Tommy, returned to the Isth-
Imus today aboard the USNS Gen.
George W. Goethals after spend-
ling six weeks in the States on va-
cation. The Macks reside at Fort
Clayton.
IMrs. Bathmann Honors
|Mri. Ellis at Tea
Mrs. Herbert Bathmann enter-
Italned at a tea at her residence
I In /Diablo Heights today given in
honor of Mrs. Clyde Ellis, who Is
| leaving the Isthmus after several
fears here to make her home in
he States. Several friends were
' resent to bid farewell to Mrs. El-
I, who has been the housemother
| at the girls' dormitory of the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College.
Mise Nunei "At Home"
This Evening
Miss Aidlta Nunez, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Rodrigo Nunez, who
returned recently from the Uni-
ted States where she has been
attending school, will be at home
to her friends from 8 p.m. on this
evening at the home of her
Srandparents, Dr. and Mes. Juan
. Amado at Avenida Cuba and
Calle 30, Vista del Mar.
Navy Wives Club Held
Luncheon Wednesday
The Navy Wives Club (E.M.)
held a luncheon and election of
officers Wednesday at the C.P.
Club of the Fifteenth Naval Dis-
trict. The new officers of the
club are Mrs. Fern Rhoades,
President; Mrs. Ray Bramlett,
Secretary; Mrs. Fayette Cole-
man, Treasurer; and Mrs. Ruth
Patterson, Chaplain.
Peter G. Flynn. Jr.
to Arrive on Ancon
Peter G. Flynn, Jr.. a student
at Niagara University at Niagara'
Falls, NY., will return Monday a-
board the 8.8. Ancon to spend
the summer with his parents In
Balboa. ,
Tonight Is "Theater-Nlgtar
at Elks' Club In Balboa
Tonight is "theater nlht" at
the Elks' Home In .Balboa foi
members of the Elks and their
guests.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
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Presents
Today. Saturday, June t
Mr. and Mrs. Duque
Honor New York Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. T. Gabriel Duque
were dinner hosts Thursday
evening at the Hotel El Panama
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Eric Brless
of New York City, who are com-
pleting a tour of-8outh America.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.
Mrs. Hewitt
Returns Today
Mrs. L. H. Hewitt, wife of Col.
Hewitt of Fort Clayton, returned
today from a short vacation
peni In Puerto Rico.
1AWC Luncheon Today
at Hotel El Panama
The Inter-American Women's
Club held a luncheon -today at
the Hotel El Panama for members
and their guests. The affair was
a farewell to Mrs. Adolfo Arlas
P., retiring president of the club
and the officers and board mem-
bers of the 1950-1951 term.
Captain and Mrs. Johnson
Honored at Dinner
I The captain of the Port of Bal-
boa. Captain Marvin J. West and
Mrs. West entertained with a
dinner given Wednesday at their
residence on Balboa Heights in
farewell to Captain Henry C.
Johnson. USN, Deputy Chief of
Staff of Headquarters. Caribbean
Command and Mrs. Johnson.
Captain and Mrs. Johnson, ac-
r, eompanled by their daughter.
I Joyce, will sail tomorrow aboard
the USNS Gen. George W. Goe-
thals. for New York, where Cap-
tain Johnson has been transfer-
red as Chief of Staff of the Third
Naval District.
Cocoli Brownies Hold
Dinner and Slumber Party -
Cocoll's Brownie Troop 37 con-
cluded the year's activities last
week-end with a pot luck dinner
and a slumber party at the Coco-
li gymnasium.
Special guests attending the
dinner were Mrs. Pat Ryan. Miss
V. M. Paterson. Miss M. M. Mar-
tin and Mrs. Etta Lelsy. Brownie
President, Danielle Harned, on
behalf of the troop, presented
leader Mrs. G. H. Davis with a
linen tablecloth in recognition of
her work with the girls.
Committee members who have
assisted the troop during the
year, were presented by Mrs. Da-
vis. They are Mrs. Ray Blanken-
shlp, chairman. Mrs. J. F. Free,
Mrs. H. Holmer and Mrs. D. R.
Harned. Also presented was the
assistant leader of troop 37, Mrs.
Ge-wie Walker.
The Brownies who took part 1ft
the two-day affair were Sherry
Acker. Carol Agee. Lynn Botzen-
mayer, Gail Blankenshlp. Clau-
dia and Patricia Davis. Danielle
Harned. Veronica Holmer, Lynn
Klelhoffer, Loralne Parker, San-
dra Watklns. Maebelle Walker,
Mary Gill, Carol Free, Jean Farr,
Joyce Clark, Lucy and Ann Tay-
lor and Cynthia Van Slclen, who
was a guest of the troop.
Mr. Pincus Leaves
for California
Louis Pincus of Balboa left
early Wednesday by plane for Ca-
lifornia where he will visit with
relatives.
Marilyn Jennison WiU
Return on Monday
Miss Marilyn Jennison. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jenni-
son, Jr.. of Balboa, will return to
the Isthmus on Monday aboard
the S.S. Ancon, after completing
her sophomore years at Tufts
College In Medford, Mass. Miss
Jennison. whose engagement to
Lt. Gllmer Young Waggoner, Jr.,
of Corozal was announced last
month, will be a bride of this
summer.
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MacA Senators May Probe
Chinese Nationalist Lobby
BY JOHN L. STEELE
P.M.
3:30Bebop Show
4:0OMusic for Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Guest Star
6:15Masterworks from Franc*
6:46American Folksongs
7:00Gay Paris Music Hall
(RDF)
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:15Adventures in History
(VOA)
8:30Opera Concert
9:00 Voices of America
9:15The Stamp Club
8:30Battle Report
9:45Sports World and Tune of
the Day
10:00HOG Hit Parade ,
10:30Hit Parade (VOA)
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
Tomorrow, Sunday, June lt
A.M.
8:00Sign On and Musical In-
terlude
8:15Newsreel .8.A. (VOA)
8:30Hymns of all Churches
9:00Bible Auditorium of the
Air
9:15Good Neighbors
9:30London Studio Melodies
(BBC)
10:00In the Tempo of Jazz
10:30American Composers
11:00National Lottery
11:15Sacred Heart Program
11:30Meet the Band
12:00Sign off Ann. Holiday
WASHINGTON. June 9 (UP)
Sen. Harry P. Cain, R.. Wash.,
charged yesterday that somebody
in the Defense Department, "de-
liberately" tried to distort Gen.'
Douglas. MacArthur's views on
evacuating United Nations troops
from Kdrea last December.
He made the charge before the
Senate MacArthur Investigating
Committee as Secretary of State
Dean Achesou reported that a
group of Chinese made a "very
serious" effort two years ago to
corner the soybean market. Three
Senators promptly demanded an
Investigation of an alleged "Chi-
na lobby."
The Commodity Exchange Au-
thority conducted an Inquiry at
the time of the transactions. It
found nothing illegal and said the
Chinese actually did not "corner"
the market. But lt added that
they did create a "very tight" sit-
uation in soybeans.
Acheson also said that 30 Ame-
ricans Imprisoned in Communist
China are being brought out in
"twos or threes'' but that their
situation Is "very dangerous and
very delicate." He said Chinese
Communists are waging a "very
vicious Hate America campaign."
Cain's charge was touched off
by the reading of a new para-
phrased version of a message sent
by the Joint Chiefs o Staff to
MacArthur Dec. 29. It was pre-
pared by the Defense Depart-
ment, as was the original version
made public several weeks ago.
Both advised MacArthur. then
hard-pressed by the Chinese
Communists, to "defend in suc-
cessive positions" and keep the
safety of his troops uppermost at
all times.
But the new version disclosed
that the chiefs were so fearful of
a general war at that time that
they told MacArthur not to ex-
pect additional forces and advis-
ed him that the chiefs did not
want to fight a major war in Ko-
rea.
Cain contended the original
version of the message amounted
to a "deliberate'' effort to show
that MacArthur started the talk
about evacuating UN forces. He
demanded that the chiefs, or
their chairman. Gen. Omar N.
Bradley, be brought back to ex-
plain the "discrepancies."
Communist Hold Their Ground
In Italy's Spring Elections }
Adm. Forrest P. 8herman,
Chief of Naval Operations, told
the committee last week that "ev-
ery thinking military man" was first tworounds of the country's
giving some thought to the ques- spring elections indicate.
By Norman J. Montellier
ROME. June 9. (UP) Com-
munism Is about as strong in Ita-
ly as it ever was. the results of the
tion f evacuation in December
when the Chinese Communists
continued to push UN forces back
down the peninsula.
Acheson told about the Chinese
attempt to corner the soybean
Teamed with the leftwlng So-
cialists. Communists still rate No.
2, behind Premier Alcide de Gas-
peris' Christian Democrat Party.
The final count of the ballot-
ing In 8lclly ihowed an equal di-
market under questioning by Sen. vision of two thirds of .the Re-
Brlen McMahon, D., Conn.
He could not recall the names
of the Chinese Involved and did
not know whether there was any
relationship with the alleged
"Chinese Nationalist lobby."
HONEYMOON OFF FOR
FIVE YEARS
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP)
The bride was young and lt was
a spring wedding, but it probably
will be a long time before the
groom will be free tp take a hon-
eymoon trip. The ceremony was
in the county jail,
glonal Assembly seats between
the Christian Democrats and the
Communist bloc. It augured hard
days ahead in the formation of a
new Island administration.
As in the May 27 administra-
tive elections, the voting in Si-
cily showed the division between
the total anti-Communist vote
and the Communist, bloc' to be
Just about the same as in the
1948 general election.
This satisfied most parties po^
Htlcally but. at the same time,
was a moral loss for De Gasperl
who had hoped to prove a weak-
groups, some of which affiliated
with the bigger parties. This was
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the popular desire to have a good
regional administration without
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north Italy In May 27 when local,
unknowns won in many of the
small towns, to the detriment of
the Christian Democrats.
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to third place, will gain some
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get many votes in Florence,
where Fascism was fairly strong
during the Fascist regime.
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the Christian Democrats
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er results. It wiped out the Re-
publican Party entirely, preserv-
ed the Liberals In name only
since their seats were won by a
mixture of the liberal movements
with little national Importance
and reduced the right wing So-
cialist to an also-ran position.
The neo-Fasclst MSI made the
most of its strong showing by de-
manding a new general election
on the grounds that the Sicilian
election proved De Gasperl pre-
sent national coalition Govern-
ment "no longer represents the
political viewpoint of the coun-
try."
Sicilian explanations for the
strength of the MSI did not stress
any great feeling for neo-Fasclsm.
On the other hand this extreme
rightist movement was believed
to have gotten support primarily
from the big landowners who op-
pose the Communists and also
De Gasperl mostly owing to De
Gasperl's land reform program
and to the MSI's nationalist pro-
paganda which appealed to youn
antl-Communlsts who found tha
the Christian Democrats lack ap-
peal.
Another point brought out by
the Sicilian politicians was that
seven of the Assembly seats were
taken by the local political
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Raschi Pitches Yanks To Victory Over Chisox
Putlinr one little word after another and whatever became
of phainting Phil Scott? It wu tragic that the British master of
histrionics rame before TV. The ring has known no finer actor.
Here Is further evidence of how the tall continues to wag the dog
In the prise fight business these days: At St. Nick' Friday the
customers contributed 92201, the two-headed monster (TV-radio)
17,600. Because the sponsors won't go for a SIOMM tab, the
Louis-Savold fight will not he seen or heard by the home audi-
ence. It's a good bet the fight itself won't come close to that
amount at the box office. Maybe S7S.AN, or thereaboats.

Ty Cobb may prove to be the most valuable member of the
Red Sox this season. It was a fatherly letter. Including technical
advice lrom the old Georgia Peach which finally convinced Ted
Williams there Is no federal statute against hitting to left field.
A full length'Investigation of the prlie ring Is Impending and
I hear agents are already gathering material In the Big Town
j for Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin who presumably will be
tne referee. It Isn't likely they will come up with anything to em'
Ibarrass our boxing commission because our B. C. never does any-
thing, anyway.

Mike DiSaile, the obscure Ohio politician who now regulates
Krice controls for Washington, is getting ahead socially. I noticed
r rated J: DIMagglo's table m Shor's the other night. It was
b*enred, incidentally, that the roly-poly statesman, who affects
, a bat-sixe cigar, is a splendid trencherman. Like Ellsworth Vines,
Pauline Bets moved from tennis to golf with the greatest of ease.
Shot a 74 last week and has been palying lesa than a year. She's
now the ever-loving missus of Bob Addle, Washington press box-
; .dr. Tied, Patty Berg wanted to split the SMM Weathervane purse
-down the middle, but Babe Didrikson Zaharias said, no, thanks.
They'll plav it off later.

; A thief frisked a Harvard athlete's pants and got only two
|,b.icks. What more proof do you need that Harvard spoils are not
,commercialized? Advance reports say C. V. (Bonny Boy; Whit-
'jney's book will be a success but it will have to go some to beat
, {Frank Erickson's. The national convention of magicians would
..have been more Impressive If the White Box Patt Richards had
Jbt-en Invited. Scientists inform Halley's comet Is due to reappear
, ,ln 1985 and it is to be hoped the surviving insects and reptiles
will enjoy the phenomenon. This will be the 83rd meeting of the
'.votld's Big Four which up to now has accomplished even less
.than Red Rolfe's.
Faces In
The Majors
Largest Chicago Crowd
In History Watches Came
By Uniied Prtst
NEW YORK, June 9 The indomitable Yankees,
rising to the occasion in characteristic fashion, smacked
down tht upstart Whitt Sox 4-2 behind the power pitch-
ing of Vic Raschi to the great dismay of 53,940 fans
Hie largest crowd in Chicago's long Major League history.
Eddie FltsgermM C. McCuUoagh
That the Brooklyn attack la vitamin pocked is reflected In
n figures which show the Dodgers outhittlng all rivals by 30
points, leading in base hits, home runs and H.B.I.s. One of the
Giant drawbacks is insecurity in defense; thy trail the league
MMgiMMfth 48 boot*. An oddity in the other league is that
e^wwHieea also lead Hi base hits, home runs, and R.B.I.'s, yet
trail the White Sox by 15 points. And who do you think sets the
pace in both leagues in double plays? The AAA's, of all people.
Nine Popular Swim
Events On Clayton
Program June 13-15
Nine of swimming's most pop-
ular events make up the program
for the US Army Caribbean swim-
ming meet to be held in Fort
Clayton pool, June 13 and 15.
Twenty seven trophies and one
team plaque have been supplied
by Special Service USARCARIB
for presentation to the winners.
An exciting meet Is ant ilpated
with all area units Invited to par-
ticipate. Entries are expected
from the 33d Infantry. 66th AAA
Group. Post of Coroza!, US Army
Hospital Fort Clayton, 7461st AU
(Sigi, 45th Mechanized Cavalry,
504th Field Artillery, and Fort
Gullck.
The Yankees had to roar from
behind to win after Eddie Robin-
son put Chicago in front, 2-0,
with a two-run homer in the
third Inning.
But after that Vic put the pad-
lock on the home plate, cutting
threat after threat with clutch
pitching that earned him his
ninth victory and reduced Chi-
cago's first place lead to three
and one-half games In this open-
er of a vital four-game series.
Ken Holcombe gave up oaly
six hits in defeat while Raschi
was reached for seven but Hol-
combe had two bad innings
the fourth and the fifthand
they sent him down to his third
defeat and ended the latest
Chisox winning streak at six
games.
The Yankees tied up the game
in the fourth on a walk to Bobby
Brown, Johnny Hopp's double
and rookie Mickey Mantle's sin-
gle. In the fifth they cut the
game beyond recall when Jerry
Oo
alemn singled and went to sec-
Ihe figures also put the finger on Washington as the worst field-
ing team in baseball with 55 errors, none of which, you will be
comforted to know can be charged to the White House.
One of these days, to be extravagantly optimistic, we'll get
-* TV- narrator who won't bore us with a long detailed account of
fighters'uast:performances but Instead will confine his comments
to strategy, trend of action, effective punches and other pertinent
items. Generally, the less the narrator says the better, but when
he does say something it ought to be revealing. It Is a mistake
to continue to assume even the home audience Is comprised
wholly of stamp collectors, garden club members and long-haired
painters In a frivolous mood. Just because the old fight fan has
deserted the ringside doesn't mean he, has either died or faded
away. He's now a TV addict and a knowing one.

Imagination is a precious attribute but the modern bathing
suit has done much to make I'
unionising ballplayers and as a
better than Rex Barney? The
men in one game the other day, this being another way to fl
the park. Among the painful truths the Red Commies are learn-
ing through the Kremlin is that they haven't got a Chinaman s
chance. It took Jim Thorpe, the Indian, six strokes to get off
the first tee in the Washington Celebrity Tourney and was his
face red.
New this, year is- the night
, scheduling of final events per-
une or me mitting a large number of Armed
" Forces personnel to attend. Final
competition will take place at
7:30 p.m., Fort Clayton Pool. Fri-
day, June 15. Preliminary heats
in the same pool will be held
Wednesday June 13 at 1:00 D.m.
The order of event* for both
days Is:
In The
Letter Box
ond on a sacrifice and scored on
Gene Woodllng'a single.
Woodllng himself counted an
insurance run by advancing on
Phil RIzButo's sacrifice and came
home on Brown's single.
Mantle also made a great
throw in the first inning. Nelson
Fox had singled and gone to third
on Raschl's wild pitch. Minnie
Mioso filed to Mantle and his
perfect heave doubled Fox at the
plate.
Bobby Feller of the Indians
came through nobly at Cleve-
land, defeating the Boston Red
Sox. 7-1, for his eighth victory
against just one loss. The In-
dians, in fourth place, thus
moved to within one game of
the third place Bosox.
It was Feller' lourtn straight
victory and catcher Jim Hegan
gave help by driving in four of
the Cleveland runs with a three-
run double and a homer. Dale
Mitchell also hit a homer for the
Indians with a man on base.
The Senators' led the Browns
Sa 4-1 margin at St. Louis with
d Hud
ntina's De Vkenzo Takes
Over Lead In Round Robin Play
30-06 Rifle Matih Wide Open
Teams Appear Evenly Matched
NEW ROCHELL1, June 0 (UP)
The Round Robin Tournament
has a new leader after the seo
ond round j ssterday at New Ro-
chelle, New York.
, Gatun Playground
it useless. The Aft is considering ,
i walking deiegTSSvho can aallfv VOCCltl
Yankee and the Ttgers used 38 ***
Is there a better infield in baseball than the Dodgers' Hodges
Robinson, Reese and Cea;? I'd have to doubt It. Why should you
be asked to pay full pffce to watch the shabby Browns play when
all other forms of entertainment are priced according to class'
The value of the signal thief in baseball Is notoriously over-
stressed. Every good hitter I've seen rolled his own. Ray Robin-
ton against Ezzard Charles? It wouldn't be a contest. Add Dizzy
Deanlsms: "A pitcher that can't bunt Ju3t don't know how
man's absolutely right, too.
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100 Meters. Back 8troke
200 Meters, Free Style
400 Meters. Free. 8tyle,
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100 Meters, Free 8tyle
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300 Meters, Medley
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The vacation program con-
ducted by the Division of
Schools, Physical Education and
Recreation Branch will begin
June lgth. Special events are
planned by the recreation com-
mittee.
GYMNASIUM
8:30-10:00Monday. Tuesday"
and ThursdayArchery.
10:00-11:0O-^-Mondav and Tues-
dayStunts and Tumbling.
11:00-12:00Monday and
TuesdayWrestling.
1:00-2:00 Monday Quiet
Hour.
1:00-200Tuesday and Thurs-
day-Games for Kindergarten,
(First and Second Grades.
2:00-3:00 Monday, Tuesday,
ThursdayVolleyball and New-
comb.
3:00-4:00Monday through
FridayBiddy and Junior League
Basketball.
4:00-5:00Monday through
FridayOrganized Games.
SWIMMING FOOL
8:00-10:00Wednesday and
FridayKindergarten Children;
Wednesday and FridayPre-
school Children (Age Four.
10:00-11:00 Wednesday
Thursday. Friday Beginners
(age 6 and older).
11:00-12:00 Wednesday,
Thursday, FridayIntermediate
and Swimmers. Swimming class-
es begin Wednesday, June 13th.
Life Saving classes begin June
13th at 10:46 a.m.
The Panam American,
Panam, R. P.
Sir:
It would be greatly appreciat-
ed if the following were publish-
ed In your widely read sports
page.
The Colon Boxing Commission,
formed by Ernesto E. Estenos,
Arcelio Hudson, and Toni Guan-
tl, last week approved the Fede-
rico Plummor vs. Al Pennino bout
for June 17 while passing up the
card presented by Salabarria-
Beresford Syndicate which fea-
tures the Baby Greeh-Juan Dlas
II 15-round championship bout.
The first mentioned program is
being sponsored by Carlos Eleta
with Carlo* Delvalle listed as
promoter and Louis Craig as
matchmaker.
The basis of the commission's
choice was the assurance by
Craig and Co. that Pennino
would be In Panam by June 5,
Thus far no one has seen Pen-
nino.
Mr. Estenos, will yen publicly
state what sanctionif anyIs
the Colon Boxing Commission
{sing to place an Craig and Co.
r failing to live up their agree-
ments?
For the boat in boxing.
S. BERESFORD L.
Ced. No. 1-282.
Hudson bidding for his first
victory of the season when the
game was rained out In the
lourth Inning.
In the only National League
game played the Cardinals
cashed in on three errors at
third base by the ordinarily re-
liable Bob tliiott to score two
uaoarned runs and win a 2-1
victory over the Braves at Bos-
ton.
Rookie Joe Presko gained his
sixth victory of the season and
fifth in a row in a game that Max
Surkont hardly deserved to lose.
The first Cardinal run was scor-
ed after Stan Rojek tripled in
the third and Presko, trying to
bunt, popped up to Elliott. El-
liott, trying to double Rofex,
threw tne ball wildly back to
third and Rojek scored
Again in the fifth, Elliott went
haywire. Stan Musial got a sin-
gle that could have been ruled an
error as it went and he moved to
second on a walk and scored
when Elliott booted a grounder
by Nippy Jones.
Walker Cooper's ninth tuning
homer spoiled Preskq's shutout
One Fisherman
Catches Another
BOONVILLE, Juno 9 (NEAt-
One fisherman caught another at
8cales Lake, near Boonville, but
no serious harm was done.
W. Eskel Leslie and his nephew.
Joe Celania of Evansvllle were
casting, when the latter set a
plug atop his uncle's head.
Only slight, but lasting, marks
resulted.
Long-driving Roberto De Vlc-
enzo of Argentina led with a
score of plus-18 as the field of 16
crack pros teed off tor the after-
noon round In the $15.000 event.
Bobby Locke of South Africa, who
led after Thursday's opening
round, faltered ana wound up
losing 11 points.
In second place after two
rounds waa Jim Ferrler of ban
Francisco with a plus-13. Her-
man Barran of White Plains, N.
Y., was third with a plus-nine.
Jimmy Demaret of Ojal, Calif,
Lloyd Mangrum o Niles, 111., and
Chick Harbert of Northvllle,
Mich., were tied with a plus-six.
Jackie Burke of Houston, Tex.,
Fred Haas of New Orleans and
Locke were deadlocked with plus
five*. Johnny Palmer o Badln,
N.C., had a plus two. Tne others
were on the minus side. Porky
Oliver of Eeattle was minus two,
Cary Middlecoff of Memphis was
minus eight, Al Broach o Farm-
lngdale, N.Y., and Clayton Haef*
ner of Charlotte, N.C., each had
a minus io. Henry Ransom of St.
Andrews, 111., was minus 15 and
Chandler Harper of Portsmouth,
Va., was minus 30. /
Pennino To Arrive
Here Tomorrow
According to a statement by
Matchmaker Louis Craig, Brook-
lyn's Al Pennino will arrive on
the Isthmus either tonight or to-
morrow.
Pennino will reside at the
Carlton Hotel In Colon during
his stay in Panam. He will wlnu
up his training at the Colon Are-
na for his ten-round battle with
Panama's Federico Plummer next
Sunday, June 11 in Colon.
Meanwhile, Plummer conti-
nues to Impress his followers
with his repeatedly good work-
outs. Plummet's backers expect
him to score a knockout over, the
visitor.
The semifinal will be between
Vicente Worre) and Gregorio Pe-
rez at a 126-pound limit over six
rounds.
Two four-round preliminaries
complete the card. Carlos Watson
tackles David Martinez at 135. In
one and hard-hitting San Bias
Indian Fidel Morris meets Joe
Sande at 126 In the other.
It Is almost impossible to pick
the winner of the .30 caliber rifle
team match which starts at the
Balboa Gun Club's Far Fan range
on Sunday, June 10th. Usually
some particular team is favored,
but In this case it is actually true
that any team can win, and the
second teams of the Marine Bar-
racks and Balboa aggregations
are Just as dangerous as the first
teams.
The teams that are Usted as
having so little to choose between
them are the ones from the Ma-
rine Barracks, the Balboa Gun
Club and the Albrook-Curundu
Gun Club. Shooters from the first
two clubs have dominated the
recent series of DCM shoots ex-
cept for one Albrook-Curundu
character who has been a thorn
In their sides, and they' are both
deep enough in consistent talent
to put the top teams on the line.
National League
Teams
Brooklyn .
St. Louis .
Cincinnati .
New York .
Boston ....
Chicago ...
Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh. .
Won Lost
M 16
25 88
14 88
85 85
4 85
81 22
28 86
17 89
Pet.
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.521
.511
.500
489
.488
.468
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TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Boston (N).
American League
Won Lost Pet
... 32 18 .727
... 38 17 .831
, ... 87 M .574
... 26 81 .588
. ... 88 88 .488
... 17 27 .388
... 15 31 .321
... IS S3 .313
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ a
Boston.............. 1
mpRK
TRRIL
JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT
(Night Game)
CINCINNATI at PHILADELPHIA
(Postponed Raln.i
(Night Game)
PITTSBURGH at BROOKLYN
(Postponed Rain.)
(Night Game)
CHICAGO at NEW YORK
i Postponed Rain.)
Teams
Chicago .
New York .
Boston ,
Cleveland .
Detroit .
Washington.
Philadelphia.
St. Louis .
TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Detroit.
New York at Chicago.
Boston at Cleveland.
Robinson, Turpin
Go To Be Sellout
.YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
New York..........'.. 4
Chicago............ 2
(Night Gamo)
Boston.............. i
Cleveland............ 7
Advance ticket sales indicate
the Ray Roblnson-Randv Turp n
bout in London on July 10th will
be a complete sellout within a
few days. Robinson will defend
his middleweight title against
the Englishman.
Box-office Manager Bobby
Broadribb says he received 8120,-
0Q0 worth of orders within one
hour this morning.
The word "knockout" keeps
popping up as Lee Savold and Joe
Louis train for their heavyweight
bout next Wednosday in New
Xprk.
Yesterday. Louis predioted he
would kayo Savold within six
rounds. Today, Savold says he
will be the one doing the kayo-
lng.
"Louis has slowed up surpris-
ingly," says Savold. "Because of
my advantage in speed. I'll be
able to slip his left Jb and then
knock him out with my left hook
Louis will not last the distance
with me. I hit too hard."
Savold weighed 193 pounds af-
ter a training session today at
his camp In South Failsburg,
New York. That Is about three
more than he will scale for the
fight.
The Balboa Gun Club aggrega-
tion, captained by veteran rifle-
man Al Joyce includes tWe pic-
turesque and temperamental
Todhunter Todd, Lew Ryan, Paul
Anderson, Archie Turner, Clay-
ton Breckon, Wayne Lucas, Fred
Wells, Major Duckworth, Jack
O'Connell, Ted Albrltton and
many others. Al'a biggest prob-
lem is to pick out the shooters
that are going to be hot that day
for his winning team, and his
second team has several times
crossed him up by beating his
first.
While the Marines will not be
here for the actual firing of the
first stage of the match, arrange-
ments are being made for them
to fire the course at a later date.
Their top shooter* are spending
a week in Bermuda in a big bore
rifle competition with a British
service team. When It comes to
material. thy are in the same
boa* as Balboa, as they have plen-
ty of top shooters. Lt. Pratt has
men like Joe Zembroski, Andy
Pompura, Counselman, Donales-
kl. Jimmy Weeks, Stringer and
others to form his teams, so that
even though he has recently lost
Bob Harris and Paul LaRochelle
(Bob's top score of 183 ties the
local record and Paul's 192 was
close behind) the Marines have
the ability to take it all if It hap-
pens to be their day.
Albrook-Curundu is a little
harder to figure. However, their
first team combination was good
enough to take the Cervecera!
Nacional Trophy, and they cant
be sold short. Team Captain Cllfl
Brewster has Gil Kern m, and Bill
Jaffray, local co-record holdera
with Bob Harris over the DCM
course, teamed up with Earl Mit
chell. Bob Demlng and BUI Mer J
riman. Kemm Is the old reliable,,
never turning In a bad.acore, and
Jaffray has been better than a
three dollar pistol In past weeks
Mitchell and Darning have not
been firing much lately, and Bob
has been 111. However, If this
team is hot, they're good enough
to be tough to beat.
Another thing that makes thia
match unpredictable is the dif-
ferent course of fire. The NRA
short course was designed to de-
velop expert marksmanship with
the big rifle over short ranges,
and lt Includes more slow fire
and less rapta fire than the DCM
courses. However, the rapid fire
Is raplder, and getting off ten
shots in sixty seconds from a
standing start calls for pretty
good co-ordination In operatlne
a bolt action rifle.
This tough SO-shot course of
fire Includes 10 shots slow sitting
10 shots slow standing and 10
shots rapid sitting at 100 yards,
to be followed on Sunday, June
IIth- by 10 shots slow prone and
10 shots rapid prone at 200 yards.
Winner of this match last year
waa the StJi Cavalry team.
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS I
The new Britiah Women's Am-
ateur golf champion is Mrs. Kit-
ty MacCanp of Ireland. Mrs.
MacCann won 4 and 3 over Fran-
ces Stephens of England in
Thursday's 38-hole finals at
Broadstone.
The crews will start gathering
hi Marietta, Ohio tonight for the
June 16 Intercollegiate Regatta.
Columbia and Washington will
be the first to arrive and all 13
will be on hand by early next
week Washington swept the var-
sity, Junior varsity and freshman
events last year.
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been scratched from the June IS
running of the Belmont Stakes.
Trainer Preston Burch says Bold
suffered a slight leg injury in
the Polynesian Purse on Tues-
day. Steadfast will replace Bold
as the Brookmeade candidate h
the Belmont.
The Professional Lawn Tennis
~clation has given Promoter
Bobby Rlggs the right to run the
national championships for the
^i vix years- Th 1951 cham-
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through July l.
T*ckle Bobby Collier of South-
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Football League. Two other Rama
Quarterback Bob Waterfield
iirtlfnd ifrry BrinK-are con-
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treal of the Canadian League.
Guard Jim Garry.of Wake Fore!
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4RI8T1ZABAL-DAVIS ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mr. u*Mn. Benjamin ArtottaWL of MMJimuM
the encasement ( their iufhter, Marlene to Sergeant l>ey
VoffirlTrorl Davis, se* of Mr.., John Braneeky, .nil the
UtoMTArthar Troy &**'W^ ..^ -_..
I? to lKf V he unite* State Ann for tho part five
Tho weddins ta planned lor Aagart Z.
marked the table, on which the
gifts wort arranged.
* After the gifts were opened re-
freshment* were eerved from a
table centered, with a cryetal bowl
flOod'With pink and white fran-
gi-panl and flanked by cryital
holders and white tapera.
The guests Included the mem-
ber! of the honoree*' family, Mra.
Robert Oeddea, Mrs. Loretta Ged-
des, Mrs. Jo* Coffin, Mrs. Henry
DeRapp, Mrs. Robert La Porta,
with Miss Jane Compton, Miss
Beverly Madison, Miss Beverly
Lindstrom, Miss Sandra Ham-
mond. Miss Elvia Ramiros, Miss
Frances Wong, Miss Jane deBoy-
rie, Miss Ruth Daniels, Misa An-
na and Miss Rita Fisher Miss
Lois Howard, Miss Nancy Kaufer,
Miss Olea and Miss Thelma Lelg-
nadler. Miss Juanita Meeks, Miss
Dorothy Rowley, Miss Joan Rell-
ly, Miss Pat Rudge. Miss Vllma
Sasso, Miss Mary Lou Simonson,
Miss Colleta steibritz, Miss Nel-
lie Holgerson, Miss Jackie Boyle,
Miss Virginia Fahle, Miss Gloria
Hall, Miss Nancy Ramsey, Miss
Joan Recela, Miss Margaret
Ridge, Miss Karen Stroop, Miss
Dora and Miss Sonia Welch, Miss
Nancy Kariger, Miss LoU Schel-
degg, Mrs. Max Welch, Mrs. Rob-
ert Berger, Mrs. Richard Sulli-
van, Mrs. H. A. Bailey, Mrs. Lee
Kariger, Mrs. Frances Alexaltls,
Mrs. John Brown, Mrs. C. V.
Scheldegg, Mrs. Ross Alrlch, and
Mrs. Ronald Lees.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKJNE JOHNSON
NBA Staff CoRospeadoat

MISS MARLENE ARISTIZABAL
of Colon, whose engagement is
announced today.
Pilots Wives Honor
Mia. Dldrlckson __
A cocktail and dinner party wafl
given at the Hotel Washington
Thursday evening by the PjJ
Wives to honor Mrs. Conrad a.
Dldrlckson, before her departure
for California. Cocktails were
served in the lounge, and dinner
In the Fountain Room.
The honoree was presented an
orchid corsage and a gift of crys-
tal from her friends, by Mra. J.
Flnley Meehan.
The other ladles who partlcl-
ated In the dinner and gjft were:
a. Bert Allen, Mra. William
Clute, Mra. Henry Ferrl. Mrs. Roy
Fort, Mrs. Hector Grant, Mrs.
George Hudgina, Mrs. Gordon
Kariger, Mrs. Ernest Rainier,
Mrs. Roy Rice, Mrs. Kenneth
Roscoe Mrs. Howarth Rowe, Mrs.
Luclen Skeels, Mrs. Archie
Springthorpe, Mrs, Stuart Town-
ahend, Mrs. William Wall and
Mra. Frederick Dear.
Farewell Dinner for
Captain and Mrs. VleceHi
Captain and Mrs. J. D. Vlecelll
were complimented with a bon
voyage buffet dinner party given
last evening by Captain and Mrs.
C. M. Dumbauld at their quarters
on the Naval Hospital Grounds.
The other guests were: Captain
and Mrs. J* L. Koepke, Captain
and Mrs. Robert Fahler Com-
mander and Mrs. R.C. Ray, Lieut-
(jgi and Mrs. D. C. Mandevllle,
and Lieutenant' Qg) and Mrs. J.
J. Kuhn,
'Miss Geddet Honored
With Miscellaneous \
Miss Patricia Goddes, whose
wedding to Mr. George Flores
will take place Friday. June 22,
was honored with a miscellane-
ous gift shower given by Mrs.
Milo Klssam and Miss Helen Kis-
aam Thursday afternoon at their
Gatun residence.
A pink and white color scheme
was used in the decorations and
the table appointment. A ruffled
parasol and aprlnkling can car-
ried out the Shower motif, and
Mr. and Mrs. Evancoo
Entertained Before Departure
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sullivan
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Evancoe and Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Jorstad with dinner at the Hotel
Washington, before their depar-
ture for the States.
Mr, and Mrs. Evancoe, who
have resided on the Isthmus for
the past 14 years, will not return
In the fall, but will make their
home In Ephrata, Pennsylvania.
Mr. Evancoe haa been a popular
member of the faculty of the
Cristobal High School.
Mr. and Mra. Joratad left for a
States vacation. They will visit
in Middletown and Columbus,
Ohio, and Join their daughter,
Judy, In Bay City, Michigan, af-
ter which they will visit relatives
in Minnesota.
Mrs. Raymond A. Terry enter-
tained in honor of Mrs. Evan-
coe, with a tea at her Cristobal
residence.
The ladles who called during
the afternoon to bid goodbye to
the honoree were: Mrs. Timothy
D. Ladd, Mrs. Bruce Chance, Mrs.
Eric A. Fagerberg, Mrs. Gilbert
Lee, Mrs. James Lard, Mrs. Nor-
man L. Davison, Mrs. C. C. Clay,
Mrs. Roy L. Hearn, Mrs. Paul L.
Beck, Mrs. E. C. Flowers, Mrs. O.
E. Jorstad, Mrs. Richard L. Sul-
livan, Mrs. Raeburn L. Brians,
Mrs. Buell Robinson, Mrs. Noel
E. Gibson, Mrs. Luke Palumbo,
and Mrs. Ernest Terry.
Mrs. David Howe, who la leav-
ing soon to reside In the States,
was honored at this time, for her
years of work on behalf of the
organisation, and also because it
was her birthday anniversary. A
large decorated cake was brought
in with .the. dessert, much to tne
surprise of the honoree.
Mrs. Fred Newhard presented
a gift on behalf of the group,
with a few remarks about Mrs.
Howe's work in the church and
community.
The other friends present in-
cluded: Reverend and Mrs. J. W.
L Graham, Mrs. E. E. Stern. Mrs.
Bmeraon Cottrell, Mrs. Benjamin
Brundage, Mra. Richard Pen-
nlngvbn, Mrs. Gilbert Owen, Mrs.
Fred WUloughby, Miss Ardis Wll-
loughby, Mrs. Howard Munro,
MrTcarl Brown of Balboa, Mrs.
William Badders, Mrs. John
Oreenlng, Mrs. Oilbert Lee Mrs.
Percy Lawrance, Mrs, Jack Ward,
Mrs. Arthur Baggett, Mrs. Ray-
mond Ralph, Mrs. Walter Watta,
Mra. Joseph Vandergrlft, Mra.
Leon Egolf, Mra. Caleb Clement,
Mrs. George Poole, Sr., Mrs. Sally
Foote Allen, Mrs. Lee Naah and
Andra Lee Naah.
Mra. Poole, Sr. was chairman
of the committee In charge of
arrangements for the luncheon.
Friends Share Honors
At Luncheon
Mra. Conrad G. Dldrlckson,
Mrs. E. C. Flowers, Mrs. Raeburn
Brians and Miss Marlon Dldrlck-
son, shared honors at a bon voy-
age luncheon given Thursday by
the Ladies' Aide Society of the
Cristobal Union Church.
Mrs. Dldrlckson and her daugh-
ter are leaving for California,
and Mrs. Flowers and Mrs, Bri-
ans will vacation In the States.
The other guests Included Mrs.
Luke Palumbo, Mrs. Noel Gibson,
Mrs. Carl Maedl, Mrs. Timothy
Ladd. Mrs. Samuel Cralg, Mrs. H.
C. Anderson, Mrs. John Crone,
Mrs. Leo Freeman, Mrs. A. E.
Jones, Mrs. Leslelgh Davis, Mrs.
F. A. Dear, Mra. Gordon Kariger,
and Mra. Philip Havener.
Mr. Davis Viaiting Prente
Mr. Derwln Da via arrived
Thuraday by plane from Red-
lands, California, for a visit with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Les-
lelgh Davis of Cristobal. He was
met by his parents at Tocumen.
Mr. Davis is a student at the
University of Redlands and was
manager of the football, basket-
ball and baseball teams.
Mrs. Howe Complimented
At Luncheon
The members of the Gatun Un-
ion Church Auxiliary entertain-
ed with a covered dish luncheon
Thursday, preceding their regu-
lar monthly meeting.
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TODAY
TWO SHOWS!
AT 5:00. it*!** 9:00 P.M.
THE **ST OF ENTERTAINMENT*.
THI MOST FAMOUS OF
ALL MAGICIANS...
Stephanie Beck
Presented In Recital
Mrs. C. J. Genis, of Margarita,
presented little Miss Stephanie
Beck in her first piano recital
Wednesday evening at the home
of Mrs. A. A. Rankln.
Brian Cox, cellist, assisted Ste-
phanie. The selections played
were: Fifth Sonatina, by Betho-
ven; "March,'' "Minuet,',' and
"Bource," by Bach, played by
Stephanie.
"Melody in F," Rubinstein;
"Cradle Song," Schubert; and
"Merry Widow Walts," by Lehar,
were played by Brian Cox.
The following selections were
also rendered by Stephanie: "Lit-
tle Coquette," Rodeis; "The
Marionette" and "Impromptu"
by Thompson. l/'JluOn
Informal Tea Given _
By Miss Moomaw
Miss Frances Moomaw enter-
tained the teachers of the Mar-
garita School with an Informal
tea at her apartment. The occa-
sion honored Mra. Paul Hertgen,
Mrs. William Webber, and Miss
Nancy Sullivan.
Mrs. Webber, and Mlaa Sullivan
are leaving for the States, and
will not return to the Isthmus.
Mrs. Hertgen Is transferring to
the Pacific side, in the near fu-
ture.
Mrs. Harold White and Miss
Odell Waters presided at the tea
table.
Children's Day to be Observed
At Gatun Union Church
Special Children's Day exercis-
es will be held at the Gatun Un-
ion Church Sunday. The children
will meet in their classrooms at
10:15 a.m. and will enter the
main auditorium at 10:30 a.m. for
the exercises, which will take
place of the Sunday School and
church services.
All parents, friends and chil-
dren in the communltv are cor-
dially invited to attend.
TROPICAL
TODAY?
Show,: 1:11, lifftSjftliflliM
HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Exclu-
sively Yours: Bob Mltchum's
plans to bust out in recorded
duets with the Andrews Sisters,
Kay Starr and Doris Day were
shelved by his boss, Howard
Hughes, as "out of character."
Mltchum U rated by experts as
the best jasa rhythm alnger thia
aide of Frankle Lalne.
His latest film "My Forbidden
Past," with Ava Gardner, la
cleaning up with Bob grinning;
"It's freak castinglike putting
Mickey Rooney and Garbo in the
aame picture.''
A big movie fan magaxlne will
awltch lta tag to Include televi-
sion personalities before the au-
tumn leaves fall. Which remind*
me: With only 106 TV stations In
operation In 64 cities, 20th eCn-
tury-Fox Is cutting salaries of
exeetulves as much as SO per cent.
What'll happen when 1800 new
TV stations hit the channels
next year.

A Hollywood cafe, ays Harry
Cimring, haa eliminated "ham
on rye" from ita menu because
certain alcoholic actors consider-
ed it a personal affront.

A Hollywood photo syndicate
haa just rushed a layout titled
"Separation Center" to New
York. Night club shots of stars
who are estranged but not di-
vorced... The Johnston office
censors took a second look at
Evelyn Keyes wearing only a bath
towel In "The Prowler." Orders
to Producer Sam Spiegel: Re-
shoot it only with a bigger towel.
a
Marie MacDonald and Leland
Hay ward are huddling on his new
Broadway murder mystery. She
may wind up as. the band singer.

They're telling about the
housewife who keeled over when
junior ran into the kitchen yell-
ing, "Mummy, the vegetable
man's outside." She'd just seen
"The Thing" the night before.

Barbara Hale, as an expectant
mama in "Small Wonder, haa a
wild craving for sliced bananas.
After a day's work, during which
she consumed a dozen, she sent
Producer Harold Hecht a note
reading: "The next time you
make this story I suggest you hire
a chimpanzee to play my role."
MOM is looking for a drama-
tic story With music for Lena
Hornewhlch will be filmed pron-
to Lena left the studio when that
type of film was denied her a
year ago. g # #
I don't mean to give Esther
Williams the Jitters, but I've got
te pepa the weed along that an'
other movie dollJean Peters
wanta a whack at the underwater
sooting game. She's a water whts
and adds up to the right figure
tn a bathing suit too.
Bob Crosby will co-star with
Jan Clayton In "Up In Central
Park" In summer stock.. .Canine
heartbreak dept.: Pal, Lassie's
stand-in, drew the most appetiz-
ing bone role of the year at Fox,
then broke a toe and had to be
replaced by Lassie's son. Laddie.
A publishing firm Is about to
ink a deal to publish a flrat novel
by Leatrlce Joy Gilbert, daugh-
ter of Leatrlce Joy and the late
John Gilbert. She'a living in Ire-
land and la married to Ernest
Gebler who wrote "Plymouth Ad-
venture."
Inside on David Brians con-
tract tsele with Warners Is his
contention that he's earned the
right to play romantic leads only.
The Brian supporters in the bat-
tle also Insist that the whopping
sums paid to the studio by MOM
lor loan-outs amount to more
than the total salary collected by
the star.
o
Sight ef the month: Dane
Clark taking riding lessons in
New York's Central Park before
talloplng to Hollywood to star In
Is first western, "Fort Defi-
ance.'

Short Takes: The Eagle Lion
film lot is slated to become a TV
film production center Liz
Taylor's latest is Lin Howard, Jr.,
.. RKO wags refer to Jane Rus-
sell's stand-In.as 1 er "stand-oat."

Vic Mature will star in "Lone
Star Ranger," in its fourth re-
make. .Dan Dallev and Patricia
Knight are dating...Bob Hope,
after hla Atlantic crossing on the
Queen Mary: "The aervlce la su-
perb. I got a shampoo, manicure
and haircut without leaving the
. Bstelle Taylor is one silent mo-
vie queen who saved her loot.
She's building r. 26-unit apart-
ment house in Holly wood... Or-
son Welles will star In a half-
hour radio series titled, "The
Lives of Harry Lime," based on
the character In "The Third
Man." Harry, apparently, had
nine of 'emhe died In the final
reel of the film.
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FOR SALE
Household
LEICA CAERAS
Model II1F Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW C.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment
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t .-. 2-325
FOR SALE:9 cu. (t. oil porcelain
Westinghouse refrigerator, 3 yeor
guarantee; Mople finish mahogqny
desk; mople finish corner cup-
board; Westinghouse automatic
rooster; 2 complete sets of dinner
dishes service for eight. Phone. 4
281. House: 546-C. Seoforthia
Ave., Cocoli.
FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:Sacrifice 1951 Mercu-
ry 4-door sport sedan, white well
tries, block top, cream body. .Can
be financed. House 620-B, Coco-
li.
MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
Be yea heve a rinsing o.ektsmf
Write Alcoholic! Anonmow
Bes 2011 Ancn. C. I.
New Eterna-Matic Watch
To Revolutionize Industry
FOR SALE:7-pitce solid mhogony
dining set, $175; maple platform
rocker $40.00; double bed, inner-
spring mattress, coil spring, wood-
en frame $35.00; 9 foot Westing-
house refrigerator, 25 cycle, ex-
cellent condition, $100.00. House
5337-A Davis St. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse 9 cu.
ft. 25 cycle, 3 years guarantee re-
maining porcelain box $100. Ken-
more washing machine. Used 6
months. 25 cycle $100. 402 Tivo-
li Avenue.
FOR SALE:1-4 H. P. electric mo-
tor 25 cycle $8.00. 25 cycle radio-
phono combiantion. House 422-
B, Colon Beach.
afore yea buy e USID car see Mr.
Leas, lie satis the best asea' cera in
town. AUTOLANDIA 4th. of Jyly
A... Na. 13. Tel. 2-3115.
FOR SALE:1947 Buick. 4 Door Se-
dan, 31,000 actual miles, or.t own-
er, new tires, plastic covers, best
offer over $1,000. 83-5195 or
86-4165.
FOR SALE.1949 Plymouth Special
De' Luxe, like new. Call Panamo
2-2064.
Morgorita Nursery School, now In
operation. Transportation furnish-
ed. Call 3-1701 or 3-1430.
FOR SALE:1949 Dodge "Kings-
way" coupe. For information, call
Hebel ot 82-4272 or 82-5262.
$1,375. Duty Paid.
CAM ALIX
Bottle Alley, Colon. "Stop in for a
cold beer or your favorite drinking
pleasure," Under American manage-
ment, i .
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
*UR SALE:High los oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proor. $3.23
gallon. Tropldurs Stores.
FOR; SALE
Gramlich's Spnte Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gat
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
rVilUoms Sonta Clara Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigero-
tion, Rockgos ranges. Phone Bat-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
Phillips. Beach cottoges, Santo Clara
Box number 435. Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877 ot .Cristobal 3-
1673.
FOR RENT
' House*
FOR SALE:23 Ft. Stor Closs Soil-
boat. 5 H.P. motor, soils, $300.-
00. Tel. Curundu 5)59.
FOR SALE:12 foot soilboot, $125.
00. House 422-B. Colon Bsoch.
FOR SALE:Foirbonks Morse 5 H.
P. kerosene motor, also Generol
Electric generator 110 V.DC. Box
57. Ancon.
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"'v^J24 Central Are.
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FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator, 9 cu. ft. oil porcelain, G. E.
table model radio, boby crib end
mottress-rust proof, custom built
I Venetian blinds for porch fist type
house. 2 steel, Venetian blinds 35"
x 60" 3 wood Venetian blinds
42" x 68" light deep sea rod
and reel 9.7 H. P. Evinrde
outboard. 1438-D. Balboa.
FOR SALE:I have two refrigerators,
one $135.00, one $85.00. Toke
your choice I'll keep the other
one. Tel. 3-0406.
FOR SALE:Refrigerotor. 25 Cycle.
Westinghouse, 9 foot, 2 yrs. left
on guarantee. Excellent condition,
$175.00.. Phone 4-585. Pedro
Miguel, Apt. 181-A.
FOR SALE:1950 Lincoln with Hy-
dromatic, radio, new tires, perfect
condition. $2,50000. Owner leav-
ing .country. Phone 875 111-
1 :00 p. m. 5-7 p. m.l, Colon.
m
/SALE:1950 Buick 2-dooK se
dan, low mileage, radio, dynetlow,
W/S tires, excellent condition, $2,-
400.00. Call Robertson, Cristobal,
3-2111.
FOR SALE:1950 Oldemobile 88. 4
door Sedan, block, under coa ted
radio, full view winshield ond ex-
tras. Phone 4-343. House 201 -B,
Pedro Miguel.
' Cornrhdnder; Brunsr
wlcfl Bllliord table 4 1-2x9 with
Chorhpionship super speed rails,
oil playing equipment including set
cast phenolic balls. $625.00. Con-
toct' Mr. Courtney. Tel. Panama
2-0834 2-0835. Mr. Gronie.
Tel. Colon 362. .
FOR RENT.Completely furnished
. cool house, hot water, beautiful
garden with finest moiigoes ripen-
ing orchid collection. Located
neat Po.tia Airport $75 per month
for two months, beginning June
23rd to proper party, or rental,
may be considered. Tel. 3-2045.
FOR SALE: 1940 Ford Pooel
Truck, duty poid, 9 ft. Westing-
house, refrigerotor, 25 cycle. Ben-
dix washer. 2 bamboo chairs'. Sim-
mon couch,'G. E. Radio, N. C".
100 Receiver .1-25 Watt ampli-
fier, 3-12" speakers, 1-25 Cycle
record changer, 1 I -tan window
shades. Other household article*.
House 712 Cocoli. Phone 4-123.
FOR SALE:1939 Ppntiac. Ecellen
condition, $295. 1419-D, Corr
St Bolboa. Tel. 2-1214.
FOB SALE:Shotgun 12 gauge 5
shell pump, $5000. Phone Coco
So?,., 3.1;
FOR SALE:1950 Pontiac Catalina
with radio. 9 months old, 8,000
miles. A sf of $1,875.00. 474-
B. Second St., Cocoli.
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tivoli Ave. Apt, |
Tel. 2-3387
HOURS: Monday thrn Friday
* i to 12 .in.
Monday. Wednesday, Thursday
._' lo I p.m.
atarda/ a.m. te 1 p.m.
Our
Speciality Is
Material
Building
WE OFFEF
Umber, Steel, Cement,
[; Hardware, Wire, Nails
Roofing, Paints
Varnishes
FOR SALE:Leaving. Walnut pcHsih-
ed gateleg table. Wrought iron
table ond stools, yellow tile tops.
Triple plate glass mirror in maho-
gany frame. Grandfather clock,
solid mohogony case, Westminister
. chimes. 4 poster, mahogany bed/
now "Beaufyiest" mattress, now
spring. This *s'-very- beautiful.
Bomboo Ottoman. Mohogony side
table, suitable for radio, Brass jar-
diners, trays, desk lamp, cutgloss,
pictures. Blue and black wedge-
wood, (old). Large porcelain
lamp. Chinese black ond pink
flowers. Dishes, pots, etc. From
8 to 3 p. m. No. 44, 46th Street
Apt. 9.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1941
Dodge 3-4 Ton Pick-up. Very
good condition. 2 good tires, 2
fair. House 226-A, Gatun, even-
ings or phone 5-377.
FOR SALE: 1950 4-door Buick
Special. House 611, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:1938 Hudson Coupe. 5
pew recaps, vary good condition,
' $125. House 620. Cocoli.
FOR'SALE: lO^tyfnbufh two
door, new tires ond battery, $250.
00. Telephone 2-3326.
5712-8. Dioblo Heights.
House
FOR SALE: Fngidoire. 25 cycle,
good condition. Venetian blinds,
two 54 inch, three 36 inch, ivory,
like new, 0777-B Williamson
Place. At home Sunday 9 to 6.
WHEEL ALIGNING WITH BEAR
EQUIPMENT check it so your
tires will lost till end of year
Trpico! Motors.
BARGAIN! Speed Graflex, 120 sie.
F4.5 lens. Synchronized flosh shut-
ter, adopter end shade ring, three
double plate holders, filmpack
adapter, special wooden case,
$225.00.' Inquire: Pension Pardi-
nl, $36. 5th Street 4 7 p. m.
FOR SALE-^Frlgldaire $30.00 wash-
ing machine, $18.00, 35 Ford V-8
engine, transmission parts. Tel. 2-
3115 or 0778-D, Williamson Place
Balboa.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom chalet, with
maid's room and garage, corner
at Belisario Porras and 13th St
Coll 2-1757 from Fridoy 6:30 to
8:30 ond Soturdey from 9 p. m.
fo 4 p. m.
FOR RENT: Cholet 4 bedrooms,
two bathrooms; livinp-diningroom,
big, yard and gorage, 10th St. No.
31, Poitilla lentrance Via Beli-
sario Porros. For information 33st
No. 22; phone 3-3318, Panama.
FOR SALE32 ft, cabin cru.ser (Ala-
bama* completely equipped, large
mechanical refrigerators, gas cook-
ing, running water, sleeps 6. Pow-
ered by M7 Chrysler. Excellent
conditom through out. Reliable
and sea worthy Forced to sell.
Make,offer, Tel! 83-6257.
Wanted Position
A scientific development has
been achieved in the city oi
Orenchen, Switzerland, that is
considered by the people of Swlt-
.zerland to rank second in Impor-
tance only to the atomic bomb
development by the United
States.
The technical staff of thaEter-
na watch factory has produced
the Eterna-Matic. the first self-
winding watch with ball-bearing
in the movement. This develop-
ment, the result of years of
painstaking research.on the part
of Eterna, will revolutionize not
only Eterna watch-making but
other century old watchmaking
procedures.
In discussing *he features of
the Eterna-Matic with Nat Mn-
dez, local Eterna watch distribu-
tor, he gave the following rea-
sons why the Eterna-Matic revo-
lutionizes the watch Industry:
The ball-bearing in the move.
ment assures friction free auto-
matic operation. Jn addition, the
repair problems are also slmpll-
fied.
The ball-bearing oscillating
weight acts as a rotor and thS
main-spring is wound by a full
turn of- 360 during and slight
motion of the wrist. This assure*
smooth and noiseless elf-windt
ing for the first time, both clock-
wise and anti-clockwisevBanklnoi
stop spring, with thelf attend-
ant repair problems, are ellmin-*
ated.
The complete Eterna-Matia
baJl-bearing is.no bigger than a,
match-head. Inside ara five baila
each with a diameter of only ,63
mm (one-fortieth of an Inchw
and it takes 1,000 of them tot
weigh 1 gram, or 28,350 to an,
?.iflce!iAnd- belleve lt; or ot. th3
little steel balls used in the Eter-3
na-Matic watch are so light thaH
they will actually float on waterJ
These sensational new watches-J
for both men and womenare
now on display at the Nat Mn-
dez Jewelry Store (No. 15 "Jl
Bilingual American with Administra-
tive. Sales, Transportation & Cen-
erol Business Experience desires po-
sition. Write J. D. Box 134, Pon-
omg.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
watchmaker's maintenance and' Street) in Panam and 'David!1
Lt. Col. Downey
Joins Caribbean
Command Staff
Lt. Colonel William O, Dow-
ney. USAF, arrived in the Canal
dn^JS W!*?UW^n nis wlir Va" IV-
u.and helr ieven year oW lMlt. is up to hU tricks again
rw;i!ammrv. .. at the Bella Vista theater. i
rt,,T^^ ^w ?' ,"?fn 'r Fittingly the high -point of the
duty, on the Joint ^taff of the how is the Tamborito, performed
commander in chief. Caribbean against a backdrop consisting of
Tricks Pack 'Em In
For Chang Illusions
At The Bella Yisla
Chang, Panama's native son 11..
FOR RENT: Beautiful Cottage, 3
rooms, concrete. Moderate price.
Telephone 2-3479, Ponomi.
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
In residential section such as Golf
Heights with larga rounds. Will
sign lease. Panama 3-1684, 5 to
8 p. m.
------*i
FOR RENT: Modern chalet, with
two bedroom, comfortable. In Etjlla
Vista, Uruguay St. No. 13. For
information call 3-2190.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE:2 native ponies 3 Yrs.
old. suitoble for children. 9088,
10th. St. Phone 670, Colon.
FOR SALE:1947 Buick Super, ra-
dio, tapestry. Good mechanical
condition. $950.00. 41 St. No. II
Apt. B. Tel. 3-2997. Ponam.
FOR SALE:All the furnitures of an
aportment, including Drawing-
room set of Philplpine Rattan, Gas
Stove, Frigidaire refrigerator .with
automotic Defroster. Q-34 CA
Radio, Studio Couch, etc. Every-
thing .completely new. See-every
day from 9 to 11 a. m. ond 3 to
5 p. m. at 50th Street No. 23,
Apartment No. 7.
FOR SALEWestinghouse Refriger-
ator, 25 cycle, $75.00. Available
now Tel. 2-6315. ,
B
EST QUALITY AT
EST PRICES
Wl>
It.
3 North Are. Tel. 2-0610
3 Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424
FOR SALE: Hospital bed, $5.00;
Venetian blinds for 12 family Apt.
$30. Tel. Balboa 3254. House
5433-1, Dioblo.
FOR SALE:1948 Ford Tudor V-8
radio. $300 down, easy pay-
ments. Real bargain for cash. Bal-
boa 2-2952.
FOR SALE:1949 Olds Club Sedan
98 Hdramatic Super De Luxe 18,-
'500 miles, one owner 'under
Coated, $1.600.00, can be finan-
ced. See at Qtrs. 6-B Fort Clayton
or coll 87-2191 after four P. M.
or 82-2109. During duty hours.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nosh 2 door,
nile green, duty paid, recent mo-
tor tune-up, new tries, 12,000
miles (octuali. Can be financed
Phone T/3gt. Vilco. Albrook 200.
Bids will be received in the office
of the General Manager of the
CornmHsgry- QWisw of Mount
Hope. Canal Zone, until 3:00 p.
m.. June 28, 1951, when they
will be opened in public, for fur-
nishing 2,500 tot beef steers, from
August I, 1951 through Decem-
ber 31, 1951. Forms of proposal,
with full particulars, moy be ob-
tained in the office of the Supply
&'Service Director. Balboa Heights,
or of the General. Manager, Com-
missury .Division, Mount Hope. Ca-
nol Zone.
ALHAMSRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Two roorn aportments,
with garage, laundry faciities,
10th street, Poitilla, strictly resi-
dential stafort,.$80.00, coll Tel.
2-2021 or 3-157.iPdhami.
CAM ALIX
Bottle Alley. Colon. "Stop in for a
cold beer or your favorite drinking
pleasure." Under .American manage-
ment.
Help Wanted
WANTEDMoid to care for children
and. help with housework fo 3
weeks. Must live m. 402 Tivoli
Av.-;.'
Command, as Assistant Plans and
Operations Officer for Air.
Prior to his assignment, he
served in the Inspector Oener&l's
Office, at Kelly Air Force Base;
Texas. He has been assigned to
inspection work since his grad-
uation from Kelly Air Force Base
Flying School in 1942.
a three part aerial view of Pana
ma.
i Other acts Include the Atenien-
ses, a slow moving acrobatic due
thiit gives a wonderful exhlbltloa
of strength, a bnflght comedy!
number and songs by Shirley Pa-,
bio.
Heading the show, naturally j
After graduating in 1942. Dow- or maybe unnaturaliy at times ,
"LH E he.flth,Bmb ls CnanK *"* > tricks an*
Group (Light) in the United illusions i
States as both a technical lnspec- HJs wardrobe oi authentic chi-l
tor and an engineering officer, in ftese gowns and his light patter,!
1948 he attended the Air Com-
mand and Staff Sphool at Max-
well Air Force Base, Alabama.
add pleasure to the bafflement!
hg serves up to his audience*.
One of his more notable trick.;
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished apart-
ment including lectric Refriger-
ator, porch, parlor diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen, sanitary service,
garage, tiled. All screened. $50.-
00. Inquire 112 Via Belisario
Porrqs near SAS Store.
British Overseas Airways Corpora-
tion offer for sale by tender: 1949
Humber Hawk 4-door saloon. In-
ternational Shop Mule, quantity
York aircraft and Rolls-Royce en-
gine spares, miscellaneous ground
equipment including maintenonce
stands, jacks, etc. Information
from B.O.A.C, 20 Tivoli Avenue.
Tel. 2-2112.
C A F I ALIX
Bottle Alley, Colon. "Stop -in for a
cold beer or your favorite drinking
pleasure," Under American manage-
ment.
FOR SALEThree Simmons Roll-a-
woy beds with Quartermaster,' in-
nerspring mattresses. Zenith table
model radio-phonograph combina-
tion. Less thon a yor old and in
perfect condition. House 5619-C,
Hecker Ploce. Diablo.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire 14 cubic foot,
all porcelain 25 or 60 cycle like
new. Kitchen roble heavy stainless
steel top, RCA radio, solid maho-
gany table. Typewriter desk with
4 drawers mohogony, rugs. laiVips.
dishes and bamboo porch set. Call
Bolboa 2-2663 or 761 Bornebey
FOR SALE:Refrigerotor Westing,
house, oil porcelain. 9 cu. ft. 25
cycle. 627-D, DeLesseps Area.
Cristobal.
FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge 4 Door
Sedan. Duty poid. Excellent condi-
tion. Phone Steel 3-2816.
Oldsmobile: Reminds you that on
Wednesday night, our sales room
will be open from 7:00 p. m. to
9:00 p. m. come and visit us. Pon-
omi Auto S. A. Justo Arosemeno
Avenue.
FOR SALE:Leaving, must sell J948
Crosley. Good condition. Duty
paid. Best offer tokes it. See 2120
A, Curundu.
FOR SALE:1942 Dodge, excellent
condition. New tires, ALSO 1938
Plymouth. Good transportation.
$100.00. Coll 2-2768 or House
1513, Apt. D, Akee St. Bolboa.
FOR SALE:One Studebaker 1940
Chompion, $175.00 owner leaving,
must sell. La &oco Road. 902 Apt.
C. Tel. 2-1942.
EXPERT
7orcC
LUBRICRTIOn
WITH FACTORY-APPROVED
LUBRICANTS
COLPAN MOTORS, Inc.
AUTOMOBILE ROW
Panam.
FOR SALE:1-950 Bukk Speeiol, 4
door sedan, Dynaflow. radio, un-
dercooted. duty-paid. Con be fin-
anced. Wong Chang. Panama Tel.
2-2087.
FOR SALE1949 Chevrolet De Luxe
four door sedan, $1,450.00. One
price 217-A, Rodman.
Bids will be received in the office of
the General Manager of the Com-
missary Division ot Mount Hope,
Canal Zone, until 3:00 p. m.,
June 28, 1951. when they will be
opened In public, for furnishing 4,-
550 stems of bananas during the
period August I, 1951 to January
31, 1952, at the rate of opproxi-
motely 175 stems weekly. Forms
of proposal, with full partlculors,
may be obtained in the office of
the Supply & Service Director, Bal-
boa Heiahts. or of the Generol
Manager, Commissary Division.
Mount Hop. Canal Zone.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
aportment. ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. 1. San An-
tonio oportments, ask for keys,
new house aportment, upper floor
Rent $103.00. or coll Zubieta 3-
1716.
FOR RENT:Apartments I bedroom,
porch, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, both, No. 9, 44th street East
Bello Vista, see De Costro, No.
24. "B" Avenue No. 24, phone
2-1616.
FOR RENT:Apartments two bed--
rooms with two baths, sitting-din-
ingroom, kitchen, front porch fac-
ing street, at No. 20. Via Espoa,
see De Costro No. 24 ' phone 2-1614.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment,
oil screened, very tool, one bed-
room, llvingroom, kitchen, bath,
, Bello Vista. $75.00 $70.00.
Telephone 3-1648.
FOR SALE:Piano, .good condition.
Yard and porch furniture. Odds
and Ends. Household goods. Old
License Bureau. Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Sale Saturday S. S.
Irvin 562 Corozol. 13 ft. porce-
lain Kelvinator; 1941 Ford Sedan,
Bench lottices. radio, electric clock,
grill, lamps, mirror, cooking uten-
sils, pyrex. glasses, Afrlcon violets,
etc.
FOR RENT: For $45.00 concrete
apartment, transportation facilities,
2_ bedrooms, spacious livingroom,
diningroom, bathroom. Second St.,
Carrasquilla No. 48, entrance Via
Espaa. Discount to responsible
family.
FOR RENT:Two Bungalows. One
3 and one 2 bedrooms. Only people
with good reference may apply.
Sabanas 810. Tel. 3-3041.
The CAAF .Motion Picture Service,
Quarry Hgts. offers for Sole to the
highest bidder one Arrrpro 16mm
ore lamp projection- equipment,
composed of 2 high intensity and
lamps.-2 Ampro projectors, 2 ad-
justable floor stands-, automotic
changeover switch, 2 speakers, '3
sets of coated lens 2", 1\'z" and
3", 1 amplifier, can be operated
on 25 or 60 cycle. Sealed bids will
fee opened ot 10:00'o. m., Mon-
day, June 25, 195 In the Central
Office. CAAF MPS, Quarry Hgts,,
Bldg No. I3. This equipment, de-
signed for exhibition of I'omm
film to iarge audiences, is espe-
cially suited to lodge, social or
church activities. Successful bid-
der, if not entitled to free entry
'privilege, will be required to sub-
mit evidence of payment of duty
to the Panomanion customs. The
CAAF MPS reserves the' right to
reject any or ail bids.
from which he was assigned to Is that of filling the Bella Vista
to Ir^ct<>r aeneral'sOMtee. theater. Those wanting to.lake
The son of Mrs. Ira Downey of part In this act best line up early.
Tucson, Arizona. Col. Downey Is
a graduate of the University of
Arizona in Tucson, class of 1938.
Before entering the Air Force,
he was.employed as Manager of
the Agriculture Program for Co-
chlse County. Arizona.
Class Confirmed By
Bishop To Make 1st
Communion Sunday
The class of candidates con-,
firmed at St. Peter's church, Lai
Boca, last Sunday night by th
Rt. Rev. R. Heber Oooden bishoj,
of the diocese, will make it* firs!
ST.^TomouoV^1^^1-]
Members are Qlenvllle H,
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment
2011 Melendcz Ave. Apply Balin
6029 Balboa Avenue, Colon.
Phone 475-J or 517-J, after 6:30
p. m.
FOR SALE:Two 60 cu. ft. oxygen
cylinders .with regulator, $35.00.
Also 8 empty 25 lb. Freon cylind-
er. $5.00 each. E flat Alto Soxo-
phone. Phone 3-0842, Ponomi.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED TO BUY:Willy's. Chev-
rolet. Dodge. Ford Station Wagn,
1950 model. Cash. Moke your of-
fer personally to Lombardo Vego.
\.a Voz del Pueblo, Tel. 3-0471
afternoons or write Box 1045.
Panama.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Furnished, tiled-eetofex-
ed home ot Sonta Clora.' Balboa
3*43, offer 5 p. m.
FOR SALE:K. C. registered Cock-
er Sponiel Puppies block. Coll Al-
brook 86-2226.
FOR SALE:Wolf puppies $10.00
each, carrier 3-4 ton. air condi-
tioner $185.00, 16 runobout,
trailer ond 22 HP. Johnson out-
board for $500.00. Will consider
selling separately. Phone 3-2506.
F04? SALE:Puppies, good breed. 5
weeks old. Vilor family, 9th street
Porque Lefevre. Barriada Panama
Americon.
FOR SALE
Motorevclef
FOR SALE:1950 B. S. A. motor-
cycle, only 4.200 miles.- Price
$475.00. House 8022-D, Marga-
nte, phone 3-1355.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:In Bella Vista, large
nicely furnished rooms, II con-
veniences. Mexico Avenue, 69 near
43rd St.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Upper floor ot the
Panama Trust Co. with or without
office furniture Areo 4,000 square
feet, with olr conditioning and te-
lephone switchboard. Apply Pan-
ama Trust Co. for nformotion.
LESSONS
Modern. Piono Playing. Taught be-
ginners and advanced students.
Rapid system. Box 3142. Tel. 2-
1282. No. 9. Juan B. Soso Street.
aorn Spanish with Mrs. Romero
wonderful conversational system.
Estudiante 77-A.
Medinger Approved
As Local Director
For Draft Board
The appointment of A. C. Me-
dinger as State Director of the
Selective Service Board for the
Canal Zone has been approved
by President Harry s. Truman.
News of the President's action
was received yesterday at Balboa
Heights by radio from the Pana-
ma Canal's Washington office.
The nomination of Medinger.
who is Deputy Director of the
Marine Bureau and of other local
draft board officials were submit-
ted for approval to the President
late last February.
Brig. General Louis H. Renfrow
and four other representatives
from Selectiveservlce headquar-
ters In Washington are due here
June 25 to set up the local State
Headquarters.
New Spanish Class
Starts Thursday
At Cristobal Y'
A new course In Beginners'
Spanish will start on Thursday
at the Cristobal Armed Services _
Y.M.C.A. Classes will meet Mon- Wajkes.jTerrence S_Herbert. Al_-
days and Thursdays from 0:30
to 7:30.
Seora Ruby de Ospina. a
teacher in the Republic of Pan-
ama Schools, will be the instruc-
tress. Registration fee is 13.00.
Register now at the Y.M.C.A.
main desk. .
Lovers Leap Dance
Starts At 8 P.M.
At Cristobal 4Y'
fred E. Bowen. Jr.. Freederlck C.
McKenzle, Eric R. SandifOrn,
Harold L. Daniels, Albert C,
flooding, Rafael AT Kidd, Rodol-
fo V. Myrie, Glanville V. Davis,
Albert J. aWldron, Vernon A*
Branter, Reginald H. Todd. Aid
cides O. Belgrave. Walter c,
Goden, Jr.. Ervlne D. Moore.
Dolores Y. Davis. Gloria J.,
Lashley. Elf reda L. Beekford,
Sylvia F. Lashley, Genevleve S..
Neblett. Gloria J. Atherton. Ole*1
ta S. Atherton. Dora E. WhytaJ
Anabel M. Layne. Janet P- Moored
Gwendolyn T. Palmer, Elma V.,
Wilson and Georgiana A. Bar-1
nett. I
The Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley,
priest in charge, will be cele-
brant.
Registrations will be held nex
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
There will be dance for service-
men at the Cristobal Armed Serv-
ices tonight, starting at eight.
An appropriate program has
been planned by the Social Acti-
vities Committee Including con-
tests, stunts and dancing. .,
The dance will feature the rhy- iroin 9 ajn; t0 noon ,ior tn n*
thms of the 80th Army Band.
Servicemen on both sides of the
Isthmus are invite"* to -lje th?
honored guest of the evening.'
The Cristobal "Y." a Red Feather
unit, presents Its dances free of
charge.
Go&ras Doctor Addresses
Meeting In Chicago
Dr. Richard W. Satterthwalte
of Gorgas Hospital spoke this
week at the American Urological
Meeting In Chicago on the use ot
aluminum hydroxide fcn the pre-
vention and treatment of phos-
nual vacation school, beginning
Monday, June 2i. >
Lutheran Communion
Service is Sunday;
Conference Monday
Holy Communion will be cele-
brated Sunday In the 10:15 a.m.
worship service, according to an
announcement by the Rev. H. T.
Bernthal. pastor. Registration!
should be made previously with
the pastor.
The Church Council will hold,
phatic calcull;ji treatment ^he its regular meeting Monday aO
7:00 p.m.. with the voters meeting-
scheduled for 7:30.
At this meeting a report will
of the Urology Service at Gorgas also be made on the Vacation Bl-
introduced at the American Col-
lege of Surgeons Meeting In 1847.
Dr. Satterthwalte, who Is Chief
Establishment of a local Selec-
tive Service board was authorized
in February following a recom-
mendation by Governor F. K.
Newcomer.
Always on Job
HOPK3NSVILLE. Ky. (UP)
Circuit Judge Ira Smith has ne-
ver missed a day m court in his
(juaW.
TNE WHOLI
WOULD fVil
Hospital, has been in the United
States since about the middle of
May. He will return to the Isth-
mus next week.
ble School which opens Its ses-
sions Monday a 9:00 am
Chorrillo Bible Class
To Hold Anniversary
The Bible Class of Chorrillo
under the directorship of Alfred
Legall. will hold its first anniver-
28 years on his circuit composed sary at the Bible Truth Church of
of four western Kentucky coun- God this Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
tie. The public is cordially Invited.
mm see-rue re w3;,
MAKE
MINE
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NEW YORKERS ARE TALKING ABOUT ...
Dagni.rveleiu
an expert Girl Friday. She once attended a bis college. Dagmar,
take a lave-tatter!. ..This sien el ths times: The Strand U In-
stalling a theatre twvy ,ytem... Broadway movie bis skidding
like a drank on iee. A pah- of Main 8tem Popcorn 'alaw. are
closing temporarily. Ths twvy drama series based on PuUtser
winners being dropped by its sponsor. Which Indicates the yalu.
of a PP. An eyebraw-uftlng episode in the Pcoralnf,UlE^Pu
Prowler." On the wedding nifht the groom learns his bridis
expecting. Yesterday's newspapers revealed this is no exaggera-
tion in London, where a surrey a la Ikw said It was 1happen;
iug all ur Britain...Disney's upcoming "ABee "..Wonderiand.
This mark the. fifth time the classic has bf tttat^.. M
lor the Hayloft OrcwU. There wlU be over 30* theatres in tbe
MoAiSS^lthUmAf arithmetic: "Out of This World" re-
ceived a majority of good notices, ran 157 perfsand lost $17".0t*.
The N. Y. Times having space to waste. Its port pages record
British cricket scores. Cheerio!...A soon-due cinema, Kind
UfiEr that guarantees suoec-trouping. It co-stars Ethel Barry-
mo and Maurice Evans...The casualties in the> price-cutting
ar- Wearv salesg&ls-and-guys constantly surrounded by armies
of s'hopperi ^ary Ford's recording of "How High the Moon."
She sings in 12 voipesthanks to technical hocus-pocus.
Western Germanv getting rich in blood monejIts trade with
Red China leaned ttW% last year.. A typ cal MovtevUto adbmo-
Kh: One. studio is filming Jerome Kern's -Boberta"-4ut the
e> of his songsations wlfi be rewritten... Peggy Ue's JtonUUa-
ing cooing via *l Get Ideno." Its an adaptation of the bouncy
Latlnrnt! AtMos Muchacho.".....The east of capables h> "Okla-
btma'-TheV aren't weU-known-hn their talents a should make
them famous. .YTh. Exio Plnsa-Fran Warren recorded duet, "Let
XJuswfTYou/' A pair of acw Collier's shocker .taw Texas
political bos. who rules a political Uagtoa. This A8 *m'rt,.*?;LL
Th heat wilting Broadway box-of flees: A half-down shows ar
straggling to surVive vl the z-for-l tickets gimmick.
Mindy Crson's slngy-zlngy, 'SjfflJ&J&gL 2S?7, 2
deejaysV7:The short at the Astor called A Day with the FBI see
it and feel safer.. .The 14 platter versions or "Old Soldiers Never
Die" ATecordlng record?.. Nlghtlngal Tma Ourtac. who Is one of
the stars In "Flanooley," yet has only speaklnjr toes She con-
centrates on hitting the high ones Realism galore In the film
tribute to Japanese-American warriors, "Go for Broke! That
combat team won 000 Purple Hearts Theditty dullyRagged
I Feel Like Spaghetti." The Inane title offers an estimate of
the tune. ,
CenutoHUa1. IBea of economy: Warner's has put a one .million
j prod^ctipnAjMrplrolt oh Jtjkn*. Hollywood is where a million la
ciiaWFbaVUt^ MJoug giving stage shows
the heave-ho. Three theatres are retaining the vaude setup.
Paramount, Roxy and Music Hall...Variety noting that alght-
seeing U a big bis: Radio City's guided tours gross 600Os per
annum...The firecracker dialog In the "Goodbye, My Fancy
romanclnema...The book bis ufferlng from low buck-pressure:
Only. 3 novels sold over 100,000 copies last year.
Avis redundancy when a reports queried W ah* and Franklin
would &eTg> J know nothing,about tt-I have nothing U star.
1 And, furthermore, no e0mmenT."'Why try to make a secret of a
public love affair?...Turk Murphy's platter of Dixie and jante,
'Storyville Blues." Tip-top-tooting.. The .masing Chicago White
Sox who have Inspired the most rbld kasjb.II fanat c this side
f Brooklyn...The how-stopping act on the Roxy stage featar-
ing Peggy Ryan and Ray McDonald. De luxe hoofing and spoof ng
... Berle'e telethon today. King Milton devotes one day to fighting
a nightmare that afflicts millions. .The reissue of the film,
"Romeo and Juliet," with. Leslie Howard and1 Norma Shearer as
co-sparklers. The Sard's Cadence, are beautifully recited... "The
King and 1" album, with DlSah Shore and Tony Martin providing
fhevoeal sunshine... The show. "Stalag 17," which ha an .l-
male cut and a femme company manager.
Marvin Kaplan making standout of his bit, role in a so-so
film, "The Fat Man." A funny tells who. deserves a better film to
romp In...The New Yorker's fascinating profile of the sea. A
difficult chore deftly penned by Rachel L. Carson. This Is cinch
for reprint in anthologies.. .Mario Lanza hitting the financial
heavens. Producer Joe Pasternack Informed an Interviewer that
a fe* years ago Lanl was earning $86 per engagement. Now he
makes more Just by clearing his thrpat.. .Scads of click record-
ings. But none comes crow to Blng's "White Ohristmaa," which
has sold over 8,000,000 platters.
The Far Eastern policy probe which threatens toUil cen-
tury. One Senator suggested about let more person as possible
witneoses. Oh, no!...The twvy commershill th.t has an an-
nouncer thundering: "It could happen to youyour daughter
your sister!" What? You night be wallflower If you don't learn
to dahnse.. The delightful recording for youngster, "Cinderella,"
backgrounded by ProkeHerf's sweliodie... Jame Michener'
Banner .bout Asia In Ufe mag. it'll Jolt you right out of your
complacency.
Critic Brooks Atkinson's apt reply to Tall Foreheads who snub
comedy as an inferior art form: "It is a medium in which Moliere,
Bherldan, Wilde and Shaw wrote great works of art"...The fact
that the sleepy Pulltwr pickers haven't crowned a Broadway show
In 3 years. The last winner was "South Pacific"which opened
2 years go...A feathery swlngy-thlngy called "My Truly. Truly
Fair." Practically immune to song-spoilers...Garbo front-cov-
ering McCall's. No photo was ever more genlc.
Colyumist Joe Alsop's stunner: "Our Allies In Enrope are half-
convinced America has gone mad." In international relation
generosity Is considered lunacy .Over 35,0*0,0*0 being invested
la Broadway shows during the 1950-51 season... Labor leader
Mike Quill once again threatening to paralyse the Big Burg's
transit system. Be has made career of trouble-making. Woody
Herman's noisy "Ninety-nine Guys." Wonderful for earache....
Additional evidence that New York is the biggest hick town: Cue
mag disclosed there are number of firm* in Our Town that
peer Hi r In renting wagons for hay rides. Hi, Zeke!.Western
Germany financing appeals for 7 convicted Nasl war criminals.
Hltlerism isn't as dead as Hitler.. .The movie star named Julia
Jean Mildred Franca. Turner Topping. Surprise! Surprise! That's
Lan's legal handle.. "Newsweek's History of the Times: US*"
Funk & Wagnall). Make* history a readable as the latest
neadune.. Beautifully Yvonne De Carlo's declaration: "Rom-
ance only gats In the way of career girls. Till you're at the top,
men and love are for the bird." Yoo-hoo, Yvonne. Twwt-tweet!
.. .And the way the Busts .re June-ing oat .11 over.
y Victor RitstX
NEW YORK Th.t dapper,
bantam-weight musicians' lead-
er, James Caesar Potrillo, pace-
maker lor the nation's enter-
tainment world, has fought with
everybody from a Chicago Zoo
monxey down to Benito Musso-
lini. Bo lost only one fight
to the monkey.
That was wnen, as a Chicago
Park Commissioner, Petrlilo
learned that the city was spend-
ing large sums to supply the
primates with fresh eggs. Fall-
ing to convince the soo's *x-
peits that the creature could
oe talked into eating powdered
eggs, he went out to the cages
himself. The powdered stuff
was slipped through the bars.
The monks took one whiff and
hurled it back at Jlmmle. He
retreated swiftly murmuring
something about sticking to his
own field.
That he's Aon*, strictty.
And today, as a pure bread
and buffer kind of labor
leader, hetneers at tne mti-
tiaht in the field. He ii
union business man, Amtr-
icon style, [loves free enter-
prise and has just won his
greatest fight. All this was
apparent when he talked to
tne 1143 musical delegates at
the American Federation of
Musicians' S4th annual con-
vention here this week.
There was little discussion of
world problems. Jlmmle Petrlilo
will tell he want, no labor gov-
ernment nor .ny paternalism
from Washington, although the
White. House tenant today holds
a life time, dues-paid member^
ship in his union. Petrlilo Mik-
ed jobs to his people and said
he wanted only what bis union
could get for them without
crippling or dictating to an em-
ployer.
And be told It to his cheering
followers in his characteristic
bread and butter jargon.
"We meet here in the Hotel
Commodore. All right. Suppose
we go to tbe manager and say,
let's look at your books. He's got
six weddings and two banquet*
this week. Then we say, that's
what he's got to guarantee us
musicians every week, music
jobs at six weddings and two
banquets. So the next week he's
got only four weddings. What
do we do then, insist that he go
out and find two guys who must
get married? Nonwnse. We cant
fore, employment. We, can't dic-
tate."
But Jlmmle knows what he
can do and he does it with
the kind of leadership which
has made him the toughest and
the highest paid union chief
nside labor ($76,000 a year). He
ha Just set up what will soon
enough be the world's greatest
welfare fund greater even
than John Lewis'. And it will
revive America's dying musical
culture, while It keeps musicians
and their families alive.
It was little noticed, by
outsiders. But his followers
cheered when he told them
that after keeping music
from television for ntne
year, he had, during the
past season, set the prece-
dent for taxing ail music
which ever will be telecast
anywhere. This will be a five
per cent tax. It will bring
hundreds of mlttlons of dol-
lars eventually, the experts
predict. Here's how it will
work:
Shortly, alt entertainment TV
broadcasts (the bulk of all tele-
cast time) will come from mo-
tion picture film. Now suppose,
as Petrlilo explained It to us,
Jack Bf/my record, his show on
film on a Monday for broadcast
the following Sunday night.
That may cost some $35,000. A
fire per cent tax Is put on tbe
film by .tbe Musicians' Union
central welfare fund. This
throws $1,300 .Into the kitty.
Suppose the Benny film Is sold
.gain to a smaller station for
telecast wwk later than the
first showing. This time It
brings Benny $30,000. Another 5
per cent tax Is levied by the
tund. This puts another $1,000
Into the kitty. And so on.
.....
qLMILY
MERRY-GO-ROUND
I- V I i
ly DRIW
Yalta Deal
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. One of the salient point, of
Dean Acheson's recent testimony the'hardheads
flatlv refuw to believe is that the Ja1.0"":
slons, which gave the Russians a firm foothold
in Asia, were mandatory, or even necessary,
Secretary Acheson ha. testified that we offer-
ed up the concessions because we thought Rus-
.Un intervention in the war against JP*n *"
vital to our welfare; th.t we did not even know
it; that time whether the atom bomb would
work. So we hauled off and sold out a flock of
interests to allow a slew of poor relations to
crowd In on the kill.
At the time of th. Yalta conference the Unit-
ed ttatea owned fuM title to the- greates land-
alr-and!sert.rc. ever compiled. The German,
had blown. Apart from the polish-off. the Japs
had had it too. Their navy was wrecked, and
www their service of supply. Their air force
was down to semi-obsolete planes, inexperienced
pilots, and last-moment bravado born of desper-
atThelr elite troops were either dead or by-
passed to semi-starvation. And It dldn t mat-
ter, reaUv whether we knew the A-bomb would
work or wouldn't. We had the .Itern.te ma-
chinery, which we proceeded to use, to fry Jap-
an to turn.
We were not faced with the swtual.necessity
of Invasion, finally. We could beat Japan to
death from the air, and we could blockade It
into starvation, and wreck It coastwise with
g\mflre. and murder what Uttle Industry It had
left. Believe me when I saw that after the
bite fll of 1M the Jap. had s6 Uttle shipping
our subs were cruising around on the suriace,
firing deck guns at sunpans, for fun.
We Americans were burly as bulls. Consider-
ing the millions of men under arms, we had lost
but a handful. We had suffered no direct at-
tack on our continent. Our economy was in
much stronger shape than today. There was
maximum war production at home. _
Russi. h.d been cruelly punished by the Ger-
mans.- How many mllllnjof their best man-
"We don't let go of the film
until it can't be sold any more,"
Petrlilo told his people.
Precedent for all this Is In
a contract with wver.l movie
producers. And then there Is a
contract with Republic Pictures,
which not only gives the tax on
new video films, but directs the
company to rip the music sound
track out of old films .
Then the same musical score
or a freshened one Is replayed
and dubbed In on-these old
Slctures by new musicians. On-
r then bal*" it be shown on TV.
All these millions go into a Mu-
sical Performance Fond, con-
trolled by a trustee, appointed
by tbe employers. It is he who
decides how It shall b* used
for concerts, opera companies,
jam sessions or enterUinment
of troops. But whatever It 1*, It
will provide jobs forever for the
unemployed players.
Tough tax? Certainly. Jim-
mte retrWo admits it- But
he swiftly point out that
soon hi musicians may be
completely wiped out of Uve
radio and TV jobs by Htm.
fust as the talkies killed the
orchestra pit work t fAou-
hood was lost never will be accurately known.
Its civilian population had fought as rough a
war as Its military. Its earth was scorched
and it had been kept alive, mechanically, by the
aid that traveled first through the North Atlan-
tic and then through the Persian Gulf.
Add it up for yourself:-a depleted, ally m
Russia. Two whipped enemies. Maximum mo-
bilization and maximum production plus mini-
mum casualties for us, with the A-bomb up the
sleeve like a derringer.
Yet we back off from Berlin to let them In.
And We give them footholds In Asia which they
dont deserve, and which they turn Into wea-
pons late/: on. It doesn't make sense. Any more
than the crack about we didn't know the bomb
would work. We didn't need the bomb and we
knew bloody well It wouW work. Science.Was
too far'along wlth.lt at that point for complete
conjecture.
A heavyweight champion does not need to sell
a part of his title proceeds to a midget, unless
business is being done that Is not based on the
champ's performance in the ring. And at the
time of Yalta we were the champs, with the
opponents groggy, and Russia was Just about as
groggy as the opponents. Ergo: business was
done. -
My intelligence stands not so high as a hilf.
but I hate to have it Insulted. As a minor naval
officer with an occasional eye on the Inside,
even I knew the war was won as early as au-
tumn, 1044. If I knew It, It Is cinch the top
dogs knew It. And at no time after Normandy
did the Russians figure too heavily Into our
practical scheme.
I would never call the Secretary of State a
liar but I can call him awful dumb if ha bee
lleves what he Is saying or believed what he was
being told at the time of Yalta. Becauw even
the average OX would tell you reel quick that
von don't pay a dangerous premium for what
vou've already got stashed away In your hip
pocket, unless you are shooting a cute angle.
And when we gave the world away at Yalta,
somebody Inside was shooting a cute angle.
Not So Easy
By Bruce Biossat
ARSON
-------t,
Drew Pearson gays: U.S. peace propaganda lacks cotvio
rion; Truman delights Gobs with landlubber language;
Eisenhower applauds Fulbright moral code.
WA8HINQTON. Sen. Brien McMahon of Connecticut bump-
ed Into Justice Felix Frankfurter, clow friend of Secretary of
State Acheson, at a cocktail party the other day and remarked:
"What's the matter with Dean, Why is he so cautlou, Here
the Rnsaltn are out promising the moon to the. world, and.we
sit with our mouths shut like a bump on a log."
"I.know It," replied Frankfurter. "It's the English In Dean.
He won't promise more than he can give."
Frankfurter referred to the fact that Acheson's mother be-
longed to the well-known Canadian Gooderham family.
What Senator McMahon referred to was the fact that Amer-
ican propaganda abroad has not always shown imagination' and
initiative, and that we have not pounded home the very real f.ct
that the American people want peace.
Regardless of Acheson's English forebears, however, part of
this failure Is probably more due to the fact that the tae De-
partment has been so hunded by Senatorial critics that Hi.
punch-drunk and timid. If it makes any peace moves, for Instance,
it immediately gets tagged with the appeasement label r 2
TRUMAN'S SEA LANGUAGE
Missouri farmer Harry Truman la changing the sacred nomen-
clature of the Navy much to the delight ot Navy enlisted men
aboard the U.S.S. WilUamsburg.
Waving toward the forecastle or bow, Mr. Truman will genial-
ly Invite guests to "come down to the front porch." Again, he re-
fers to the stem as "the back porch," and the decks as "upstairs*
and "downstairs."
The sailors of the WilUamsburg have taken up the Presiden-
tial terms and now use them freely. Finally, an officer twitted
Mr. TTuman for undoing the Navy's nomenclature. {
"I'm just a farmer," replied the President. "I never will be;a
orofesslonal sailor."
MIDWEST URANIUM
It hasn't been announced yet, but precious uranium has now
been discovered to certain low-grade coal found In tho northwn
Great Plains area. -
This could be of strategic importance In case our foreign
uranium sources are cut off, though the coal contains less thama
hundredth of 1 per cent uranium. *
Traces of uranium have also been discovereC'S-black sha},
in Tennessee, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. But,
even more Important, the Government has developed, a PW** fpr
extracting uranium as a by-product from phosphate iertilaef.
EISENHOWER ON ETHICS
It has never been made public, but General Elsenhower his
written "Amen" to Senator Fulbrlght's plan for drawing up -a
moral code for "Government conduct. Ike sent the Arkansas Sen-
ator letter, warmly praising his "ethics to government" speech.
"It would be difficult for me to express the fullness of my
agreement with your wnttments," wrote Elsenhcwen "There" bra
so many specific points In your talk to which I am moved to say
A.nen' that the only thing I can say Is that, as a citizen, I am
truly grateful you made your talk. As to the suspicion tbK ydu
may be colled naive, I have so often had this adjective applied t.
myself and for such odd reasons, that I have come to look upon Ii
as a very distinct compliment; at the very least. It would seem
to imply the opposite of deliberate racketeering."
Eisenhower also called Fulbrlght's attention to a New Yoflc
Times story which the general quoted as follows: "The rise in
illegal border-crossings by Mexican 'wetbacks' to a current rate
o more than 1,000,000 cases a year has been accompanied by
curious relaxation in ethical standards extending all the way froto
the farmer-exploiters of this contraband labor tothe-hlgliesu WU
of thi Federal Government." ,. TE
MAKING DEMOCRACY LIVE
AMVETS went in the hole $228,000 as a result of its atonfje
blood tag program and other patriotic activities, but was put banc
on Its feet by some phenomenal fund-raising by former Natloi
commander Hal Keats. He ralwd more than $400,000 to wipe *
the big deficit... Congratulations to the Ballantlne Beer and
Company for their patriotic contribution to civil defense.
Ballantlne Company nas furnished its fleet of trucks.with.
plete>*etrof emergency equipment Including ladders, flares,
rope-steel helmets, blankets, and medicine. Other .compasles
big fleets of trucks could well f*Tlow Ballantlne's lead lnprepi
ina the country against an atomic attack.
* "OLD SAILORS NEVER DIE"
Adm Forrest Sherman, Chief of Naval Operation* was tal
ing about MacArthur to his colleague on the Joint Chiefs of Sts*
"'"When I 'heard that song about old soldiers never dylnl
Admiral Sherman said, "it was In the Navy and it was .old sallo"
""Furthermore, tne way we used to sing It, they. .Just fad
'awi,'" continued Sherman, giving a cockney twist.to .away,
brief It's a British song and It applies to the navy, hot the.
* SEX LIFE OF RACCOON
While American newspapers and magazines are hard-prwwd
for 'newsprint, the Government Printing Office is using up 15,00.-
000 pounds of paper per month and prints so many pamphlet
SiSS^S SB SaSffcSi- MK
and why not," and "The wx life of raccoon. -j-
The Government Printing Office has an estimated HUM dif-
ferent titles of printed matter, and an estimated total of $0,000,-
000 copies. This doesn't include the cost to the taxpayers of re-
search and writing. Though most Government_ pamplneU> untaba
useful information, the taxpayers probably could get ialong with-
out knowing about the geographical distribution of fleas and th
SCX MosttrCaCv0ag^t users of newsprint, however^ are Congress-
mensomeiof whom are so fascinated with theiriwti speeches tAt
SSyoraer thousands of copies printed at cost, then maUI theml ofit
at the taxpayers' expense. Congressmen also ,1ii'^k "D *a
free Government pamphlets to give away to t^f Jff^tuentsJ
(Copyright, USX, by The Bell SyndlcaW, Inc.)
b'usmew o??radtog with the enemy to prin-
ciple It seems obviously u^^"ln?t'KSt
Nothing should be easier than a nice, clean-cut
*& E tu.Uy to a shooting war.^e
choice Is. of courw. almost toescapable. This
country made It with respect to Red China, and
Britain belatedly has ioUowed suit.
But the "cold war" with Russia powe UM
problem differently. Though we know iheKrera
Un 5 our implacable enemy and would crush
u7 tomorrow if it could, our struggle still lack*
the urgency, the flnaJ element of compulsion,
that roes with shooting1 war. __
That being so. it is hard to impose an em-
bargo o" all trade with the Soviet Union or
even ail materials that might find their way
into arms manufacture.
The United States can do thto withi leas con-
cern, since It has never relied on Russia for
much except manganese in return. But otner
nations are more clowly linked with Russian
trade. .
For example. Britain and others now get coal,
Umber, grain, chrome, manganese, Iron and steel
Items and asbestos from Ruwla. AU these things
are important to the European economy.
Ruwla and Its wtellltw in return draw tex-
tiles, fibers, machinery and equipment, foods
and raw materials. No question that some of
this feed* the Russian war machine.
The real point is: Who would suffer most
from cutting off of this trade?
Britain and others would have to find needed
sands or flicker house.
And all the world's entertain-
er* are looking to Petrlilo, lor.
already, a section of the UN in
Geneva I* working on a pact
among 50 nations to establish.
nnoi Hmher rain and metals elwwhere. May-
e"tbirSoud be done. But it could not he ion.
overnight, and for some materials It might prove
impasible The current furore over raw mate-
rials shortages is not founded on iancy.
We micht as well face It: the ouraen wouiu
be on The U." and Canada to make up most
of the deficiencies. If this could be achieved.
And that heavier drain might force sharp re
auctions in the civilian economic level on this
C0Thu.'H's a wrious option whether from the
free world's standpoint, a tight embargoon So-
viet trade" might not hurt the West more than
it would Russia. In any event, It seems sen-
slble to raduce that trade Kradually. as new
sources of materials are found for the free na-
tions. '
The amendment of Senator Kern, attached to
. general appropriation bill. Is an attempt to
meetthe problem with a black and white solu-
tion. It oars U. S. aid to any government ship-
ping strategic materials to CommunUt coun-
tries.
Thew days it's hard to define what Is stra-
tegic material, since the demands of a modern
war economy are so sweeping. Therefore the
effect of the Kern amendment might be to block
U S. help to any country sending almost any-
thing behind the Iron Curtain.
In the light of this, and the evident desperate
need of European nations to obtain the mate-
rials the Reds have to offer, the Kem proposal
looks unwlw. Impractical and perhaps even
dangerous. t ,
President Truman reluctantly accepted it to
get the appropriation he needed. But Congress
should give speedy attention to his advice that
this rider be quickly repealed.
tertainers is long way for the
Chicago Loop slum kid to have
come.
internationally, the principle
of continuing pay for perform-
ers whow talent is "canned" by
some machine or tape for mul-
tiple use.
Leadership of the world's en-
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Syndicate, Inc.)


PACE EIGHT
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"IT------
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Union Churches
Where all Pretesunls cooperate with
1 la essentials, liberty .. eee-
sitial in* charity U aU thtnn
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
The Rev PhlUlp Havener. Pactar.
10:U*Worship seme* and Cburcb-tlroe
nursery.
i:0o Youn People* Meeting
Oaten
TheRe. J. WlUIam L. Graham. Pastor.
Pbone 3-333. uv, ,_
t40 -8.30 Broadcast on HOK; HPSK
and HON.
8:43 Sunday School.
J148 Worship Service.
5:00 Chrlsoen Endeavor.
|pe Rev. Henry Ball. Pacto*.
Phone 3-14M.
130 Bible School. ___. ___
10:43 Worahlp service and Church-tune
nursery
6:30 Youth fellowship.
THE PACIT1C SIDE
"""Slboa Ruad at San PabloStreet
- Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone I-MM. Ofc. Phone 2-3Z36
:3u Cnurch Scbool Free bin "'ce_
10:30 Womhip sarvlca and Churcb-tlme
""mSo* Youth Congrea"ona
5 00 Chi Rho Senior HI fellowship
Ml Post HI Fellowship.
TJO Service "Centered On Song.'
ruta Road am Bt. Thomas Asa,
40 s.m. Sunday School free bus. In
Rousseau and Cocell.
"""airvicea in Qamboa Civic Cantar
The Rev Raymond A. Gray. Minister
Phone 6-130
:00 Sunday SchooL
7 :J0 Worship service.
Pedro Mliuel
6:30 Church School.
!0;1S Divine Worship.
:30 Evening Vesper*________________
Unitarian
rat.
UNITARlAIs
socorr
10:3ds m
JWB Armeo
Korea* Service
Center Ubrsrv
Balboa. C.Z
Your InvlUtlor
to llbarsi
rallllon
Baptist
Church! a the many I.ithi in the Canal Zona, end the
terminal cities of Ponsmo snd Colon. Republic of Pertomo. *-
fend welcome at aU timas to men anil woman af the armed
service*, and to civilian neighbors, friends and strong*".
As a public isrvice, the Panama American lists below, by
deaeminatiea*. notice af hours a worship and other rajuler ec-
HrKlea.
Listinfi t larger denominetiani ara In alphabetical order,
which is ratetad tram time to th*. Denomination! havinf only
an* ar twa coivaretetiens ara Botad andar "Othar Church*. And
Services." A special listing is included far services at Army post,
Air ratee betas and Navel statiani.
Ministers, church secretaries end chaplains are aiWed to In-
fer* th* news desk by Wadnesdey noon at the latest of any
chenacs for the omina Saturday's church page.
CHURCH O ST. V1HCHWT DE PAUL
(Vuscratlan Fathers)
"K" Street. Panama City
pleura Sunday 6 a.m. (high mass); a>
S 30 am iStinday school conducted by
Msryknoll Sisters, stter the second Maes;
Weekdays a.m.; Holiday and t JO
Confessions. Saturday. I.Jo to 6 pro
Evening DevoUons. Rosary each day
at 7 |i."i Miraculous Medal Novena at
I p.m. Friday; conven clama* 7 JO pro
Monday and Thursday
Cathecisra Clam 16:46 It U* e-m.
Sunday.
Benediction 7:00 p.m.
Holy Day Mam 6:00 a.m.
COCO BOUTO PLAVSHED
Pastor. Rev. Wm. i. Finn. CM.
Sunday Maw ............... ] am
Holy Day Mam.............6:00 aro.
Sunday School ............. 6.45 a.m.
Services Thursday night* ... 7:43 Din
Confession before Mass
CHURCH OP THE HOLT FAMILY
Margarita. C.E. _
Rev. William J. firm. CM.
NATIONAL BAPTIS1 CHUNUUS
Panama aVspUst. Prayer Meetig 5.30
e-m. Dlvln* Service. 6:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m. sod Serving of The Lord *
upper at both Service* Sunday School
:00 pin _^^_
Boyd BapUK. La Bows. C ..Divine
Services 1140 am. and 7:30 p.m. Serving
the Lord Supper at both ervlce Sun-
daV School at 3:00 p.m. ^^
New rtope. Chi va -Chiva. O*. Divine
Service* 11:00 urn Sunday School at
1:00 D-m \
Otmboa. C.Z. Divine Service at 11M
a.m. and 7:30 pun with Sunday School
at J:00(p.m ..
alo lAbaio, RTaJunday Sanea) X
i o.m '
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COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 305. Bruja Koad
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School ............ :45 a.m
Preaching Services ........ 16:45 am
Training Union ............ 6:00 p.m
Preaching Services ......... 740 pro.
Brotherhood 7;0 pro every Monday
Midweek Prsyer Service 766 ever
gat *>e"ifs"
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon, loth and Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Raymon Mchate. CM
Assistant. Rev. George Browne. CM
Sunday Masse* ..... 6:46 3:00 am
Weekly Masse* ...... 5:45 A 6:50 s.m
First Friday Masses .. 6:46 6:00 a.m
Baptism Sunday ...........6:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena service* everv
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7.-00 pro
Novena of the Sacred Heart. Friday*
7:15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday: 4 to 6: 7 to *
o.m
Sunday School, 6:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, everv Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:15 pro
Sundav. 9:30 a ro.Church School with
classes for all Agea
10:45 s.m.Regular Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Can't Live With-
out It." Speclsl Music bv the Junior
Choir.
8:00 p.m.Youth Fellowship Subject
for consideration: "The Captain of The
Game.'' Installation of Newly elected
Officers.
ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. CZ.
Psstor. Rev Raymond Lewis. CM.
6:65 and 6:00 a m
........ :00 aro
5:30 and 6:30 am.
11:00 am
Mon
A
'<& tm&k
FlBin BAPTIS'l CIILHCH
Balboa Height. C.Z
617 Aneon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Bslbos 1727
Tour Church sway from home
with a welcome lust aa friendly"
William H. Beeby. Pastes
Sunday School ............. 6:30 s.m
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m
Baptist Training Union____ 6:30 pro
Evangelistic Service........ 7:60 pro
VMS Bible Study
I Every Wednesday ........ 1:30 pro
Men Brotherhood
(Last Monda In month) .. 7:30 pro
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristbal. C.Z.
Rev. Fred L. Jones, Pastor
' "Year Invitation To Warship"
Bible School ............... 6:45 a.m
Worship ................... 11:00 a.m
Training Union ............ 5:30 p m.
Worship .................... 6:30 p.m.
Praver Meeting (Thurs.) ... 7:30 p.m.
Catholic
(Ustea below aie th* Catholic Churches
In the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon whose
congregation are primarily English-
speaking Beside these, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral o the Im-
maculate Conception U) Colon, and num-
erous iwri.-h churches in both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, thouith
their cuugrcgsuoi are nrimarlly Span-
ish-speaking. >
MT. MARY'S CHURCB
Balboa. CZ.
Sunday Masse: 640. 8 00. 6:00. 1040
ana II'ou am.
BcDeTJict.oi! Sunday. 5 00 pm
ACRED HEART CHAPEL, Aneen, C E
Anton Boulevard. Phone 2-6343
fpndyJUssss: 6:00, 7.30 4 I 30 s.m
Dally Mam: 6:00 a.m
Horyday Masses: 6:06. 7 JO aro and
12:10 pm
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m.
Confessions: Thursdays before Use 1st.
Friday 7 46 to 600 pm
Every Saturday: 1:30 to 5:00 pm.: 740
to 6:0U pm.
Cathecrranri Class: Grade School Child
(an: Friday 3.14 pro
Sludy (Sub High School Students
Wednesday 636 p.m.
Sodality Meeting: Tuesday 6 30 p.m
Canal Zone.Council ol Catholic Nurses.
very 2nd and tin Thursday 1M uro.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal 4th and PaMor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. C.M.
Sunday Masses: 7. 5 snd lu 30 a ni
Weekday Mass: 6:30 a.m.
Sunday Scfjoel after tht 8 o'clock Mas*
Mlramloan Medal Novena services
Holiday Masses: 6 and 8am
Coiire*.ions. Rosary, nightly 7 40 pro
Monday 6 and 7pm
SMMACLLATk CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolvar Highway. Gatun
Parlor Rev. John Tumeltv CM.
MLractiloua Medal Novenc service.
first Friday. Confession*. Communion
Sunday Mass I 00 am.
Weekday Msssea. Thurdsy and Satur-
ate/ 7:00 a m.
Holiday Mas* J.40 am
Bartdsy 7 00 p m
Sands y Mam 7:00 a m
Carafaartoryj Saturday im u> 00 pas.
Sunday Masses
Weekday Mass ...
Holy Dsy Masses .
Sunday Scbool ......
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
ruesday 7:00 p.m
Baptisms Sunday ...........440 p.m
Confession Saturday 3 M to 5:00: 7 40
to 6:00 pro.
Instructions tor adults Tuesdays. Frl
dsv"' 7:30 o.m
OUR LAOY OF GOOD COUNSEL
K Gambos, CZ. .
WBastor. Rev Cjiaties Jaaoos. CM
Sundsf? MaaserTTV 7:00 and 6 30 im.
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc. 1:00
Holy Day Maases ... 5:45 4 6:30 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tuesday 7:00 n.m.
Secret Heart Novena service. Friday
740 pm
Confession* Saturday 6:00 p.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor, Rev. John Turoelty. CM
Sundav Mas g:45 s.m
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Frldav
6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 aro.
Mirsculous Medal Novel* service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m.
Confession Saturday 7 to 6 p.m.
CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z.
Sunday Mass ...............640 am
Catecnism Class ........... 1040 sm
Red Tsnk Catechlarn Class .. 11:00 a m
Benediction............... 740 pro
PARASO CZ. (Ledge Hall)
Sunday Mass ..............6:15 a.m.
Catechism Class Sunday .. 10:30 sro
ST. THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. CZ.
Sunday Man ............... 6:00 aro
Holy Day Mas............. 6:30 a.m
CATHOI.ll CHURCH. Carnada. CX
Sunday Mass ............... 640 a.m
Catechism Class Thursday .- 130 p.m
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST BE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo. Psnasae
Sunday Mas .............. 6:30 ero
Holy Day Mass ........... 790 s.m
Beredlcllon Sunday........ 7 40pm
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
First Church ot Christ. Scientist. Ancor
560 Ancn Boulevard
Sunday 11:00: Wednesday 840 pro
Sundav Scbool 8:30 a.m
r Irsl Church ol Christ. Sciential, Cristobal
13th Street Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7 JO pro
Sunday Scbool 6 JO aro
Christian Science Society, (.ambo*
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a.m First A Third Wed-
nesday 7 JO pro.
Sundav School 10:15.

Episcopal
A.NLO.V t Z
THE CATHEDRAL OF St LUKE
The Rt. Rev R. Heber Gooden, Bishop
The Very Rev Raymond T Ferris. Denr
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
6:30 a.m. Cathedrsl School
10:45Morning Prsyer snd Sermon.
(First Sundsy of the month Holy Com-
munion end Sermon.)
7:00 p.m.Evening Prayei and Sermon
CRISTO BAL. RP.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A Cookson, Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Church School 6:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 am
(H.C. first Sunday In the month 1
Young People's Vesper Service 4 30
om.
Wednesday, Holy Communion 6 JO p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m
A House of Prayer for all people
COCOLI
(harch et St. Andrew
rhe Rev. Gideon C Montgomery.
Rev. M A. Cookson. Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School :30 aro.
Public Worship 10:45 a in
IHC. first Sundav In the month.)
Young People Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wednesdsy evening*
at 6:30 pm
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4tb Thurs-
day st 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship tor all
people.
COKOZAL
Good Shepherd
The Ven. A F Nightengale
7.30 a m Every I riday. Homing Pray.
IH.& ML Friday.) g g< T ||| IB
QAMBOA .
St. timer's Church: Rev. DA. Osborne
16:30 a.m. 2nd. and 4th. Sundays Holy
Communion & Sermon.
10.30 ero. IsL snd 3rd. Sundsys Morn-
ing Prayer A address.
340 p.m. Sundsy School.
3:06 and 6:00 p.m Youth Organizations.
7:38 p.m. Evening Prayer and address.
2:00 p.m. Service al Penitentiary Every
7:30 p.m. Tuesday Girl Friendly So-
C7:30 p.m. 2nd. and 4th. Thursdays
Woman* Auxiliary
Gasaaea Penitentiary a.
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
SL Peter's Church
Rev. Lemuel B -Shirley. Priest
6 a.m.Holy Communion.
am.-Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
It a.m.-Mornlng Prayer and Church
School.
6 p.m.Holy Baptism.
7:30 pm.Vespers snd Sermon.
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdsyt,
7 am., Wednesdays snd Fridays 6 a.m.;
Girls Friendly 6 and 7 pro. Monday.
p.m. Tuesday: Vespers nightly at 7, ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7:30 pm.
MARGARITA
SL Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
*"* The Rrv M A Coolteon
Sunday School 6 s.m Evening Prayer
740 pro.
PALO SECO
Church of The H*ly Comforter
The Ven A. F. Nlghtengsla-
Every Mondsp 8J0 aro. Holy Con)
munion.
PARASO
Rev D. A. Osbome
840 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
6:30 am Sunday School.
5JO p.m Evening Prayer: 2nd and 4txi
Sundays. .. .
Mondsy: 7:00 p.m. Youth Meeting ,
Wednesday: 6JO pro. Girl' rrlendlv
Society.
RED TANR
Rev. D.A. Osborne It Rev C.A Cragwell
11:00 a.m Holy Communion and Sac
-non 1st snd 3rd Sundays.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and add-
ress: 2nd and 4th Sundays
3:00 pm. Sundsy School and Baptism
7:fo pm. Evening Prayer and address-
2nd. and 4th. Sundays.
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F. Nlimtentale. B.D MB E
and The Rev. Ritr Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m Holy Communion 6:00 em
7:60 pm Evensong and Sermon.
CHRIST CHURCH" Y-THE-fEA
Coln. R de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Malnrrt J Peterson
STB. Rector.
SUNDAYS:
6 aro Holy Communion.
9 am. Choral Eucharl! and Sermon.
10:30 a m Church School.
7JO pm. Solemn Evensong Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
6 .i in Holy Communion.
7:30 p m. Evensong and Sermon
8 30 pm. Adult Confirmation Oat.
THURSDAYS:
6 pro. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m. Children's Eucharist.
7:30 o m. Choir Practice.
SATURDAYS:
10 a m Children's Conflrmstlon Class
7 JO pro. Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gatun. cz
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
" 6:45 a.m. Church School.
6:46 aro. Morning Prayer.
10:00 s.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
.Tuesdays:
7:00 aro. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Osys and Saint Days.)
Wednesdays:
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.
800 pm. St. Vincent's Guild
Thursdays:
7 JO pro Choir Rehearsal
Church et St. Mary The Virgin
Rev Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:45 aro. Morning Prayer.
7:00 aro. Holy Eucharlat and Sermon
3:00 pro. Church Scbool__
6:00 pm. Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Osys end Saint Days.)
7:30 pm. Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prsyer Guild
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal
8:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion st 10:45 a m on the
/JO p.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher's
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 am Choral Eucharist
10:00 sro Church School.
6:00 pro Solemn Evennong.
Thursday and Holy Day H.C 7:00
* Wednesday and Holy Days 6 JO a.m
Holy Communion.
(First Sunday of very month. I_______
Jewish
Jewish Welfsre Board. Bldg. 762-X. La
Bocs Rosd. Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Witkin director.
Service on Friday. 7:30 pimi
(See also listings of Jewish sen vice*
under Post*. Bsse* snd Stations.)
Congregation Kol Sheartth Israel. Ave-
nida Cubs and 36th Street. Bells Vista
Panami City. Rabbi Harry A. Merfeld
Service on Frldav. 8 n m
Luthc
ierm
KEDEEMEB LUTHERAN ORURCH
'The Church of he Lutheran Hour
H. T. Bernthei. Pastor
830 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clase t am..
Worship service 10:15 a.m.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pot-
lurk supper second Sundav each month
6:36 pm., game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends e cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel.
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospiul
Thursday 7 40 pro
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
A Cordial Welcome To All
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(Britisb Conference)
Minister Rev. O. Herbert Moon
6:00 a.m. Morning Prayer end
IJH pm Sunday School.
4:06 Men's Meeting.
70i uju. Evening Prayei and Sermon.
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melndez Avenue,
Coln. RP.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at 6:30 a.m. and 7:13
p.m.; Sunday School for all agea at 1
p.m.
Monday 7 JO pro.. Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
KBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Slver City. CZ.
Rev. Norman Pratt, Minister
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 5:15 pro..
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 pro
Tuesday 7:30 pro.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army '
Panama City, Calle 18 de Febrero
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 JO pro. (Maj-
or Wilson); Sundsy School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services al 11 a.m. and 7 JO
O.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 p.m Sunday
School at 3:00 p.m.
Coln, utli Street
Services at........ 11 a.m. A 7:30 pm
Sunday School at...........3:00 pro
Coln. 3rd Street
Service* at'...... 11 a.m. a) 7JO pro
Silver City
Service at ................. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at...........4 JO P-m.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Sida
Cabo Verde Panam City. No. 1 J. A.
Msynard; Panamt City No. 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Services only);
Adolphus Lawes. Chorrillo. P. A. Henry;
Rio Abalo. C. D. Abrahams: Gamboa, A.
A. Brlale. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba.
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street. Joseph Brysn; Cris-
tobal EngUah New Church. E. A. Crock-
thank; Cristobal Spanish Church. & 'J.
Maxon. (No Sunday night service at
eresentl
Sabbath school each church Saturday
:30 a.m. Divine worship 11am. Sunday
night service at all churches exoept
otherwise Indicated
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC BIDS
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. 6:15
Morning Worship................10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 154 ...... 8:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday Scbool.................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOR AIR TORCE BASE
Bible School .................. 8:45
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
US. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 16:45
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ............... 8:00
Cation
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mast .....................
Sunday Mam ...................
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass.............
COROZAL CHAPEL
7:30
3:00
7*5
IMP
Sunday Mass ...,....v......... 6Jt
TORT EOBBE M
D*ilv Mass..................... 7:3
sdyy Ma-ii V...". *-*
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday
SuX%V V.\V.\"V/V:0-i 6:00
VAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ................... T:8
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundsv Mss ................... 6J0
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASX
Dally Mam ..................... 6:30
Sunday Masses ..........7:45 8:45
JewU
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday .,........<..........
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ........,.........
rORT KOBBE
Thursday.....................
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday...........<......
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
TORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ...
Sunday School ................
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................
Morning Worship......J;;"
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ...........
slorning Worahlp ...........
5:00
4:00
7:00
7:30
8:00
3 JO
3:13
18:00
6:30
11:00
TORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mam
COCO SOLO
Sunday i
Catholic
.....
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
10:00
3:00
3:00
740
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER ... ,
Apartment 1 Lux Building. Mm Street
Panam* Monday: Lecture* and Dis-
cussion 8:00 p.m.
Church ef Jens Christ et Lalter Day
Saint (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z..
Sunday School 10.00 a.m.
Service* 10 JO a.m._______________
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W. Harland Dilbeck, Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases lor all atea .... 10:00 a m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10.48 aro
Preaching and Communion .... 740 pro
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 740 pm
Ladles' Bible Class Thursday 1:4 oro
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Crhrtebal
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Leftoo Hall
in front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:43 e.nv
Visltors welcome
Ladle Bible Study at Oatun.
Phone Oatun 416 or Ft Quitch 306
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H. Blalr
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship...............
Young People Service
6:43
1140
6:45
746
740
Evening Worship...............
Prsyer Meeting Thursday .......
Choir Practice. Wednesdsy st
7:00 p.m. and Saturday 6 JO a.m.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St. Wet No 1
Holy Eucharlut: Sunday at Tat a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and rSursday*
6:30 a.m. -
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing! Ser-
ice) Flral Sunday of .each month at
7 JO p in
Mount Ballbeth Christian
Panama. RP
Rt Rev T James. D. D.
officiantlng.
Morning Worship at.......
Holy Communion at........
Fellowship Worship at......
Bible Reading at ..........
Divine Service at .........
Sermon st .................
Holy Communion at ......
Balbea-Amaear Read USO Ctab
Nan-Denesalnatlen
Vesper. Service al dOS pro. Sutsdejm,
Charck
Bkssos)
440 aro
6 JO aro
11:00 am
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tO VIOCTIMO SEXTO j |jj| ^^
Negada partida para defensa Civil en la Zona
Q'..
"Es deber del ejrcito proveer
la organizacin de la defensa
civil declara el Congreso
La suma total para la Zona del Canal es
de B/. 11.959.000 para este periodo
WASHINGTON, Junio 9 (P) El Comit deApro-
piaciones de la Cmara pidi la eliminacin de los 200,000
dlares destinados a la defensa civil en la Zona del Canal,
"en la creencia de que es deber del Ejrcito proveer la
organizacin de la defensa civil en la Zona".
El comit tambin'recomend del Canal *, obvio que desde
de
Ja. ^^
Marshall
a Corea
el aumento de los alquileres de
las casas del Gobierno de la
Zona del Canal, a ito de po-
nerlas en una base de que pue-
dan pagarse por si solas.
Estas, recomendaciones fue*
ron hechas al aprobar la apro-
piacin de 11,595,000 para el
Gobierno de la Zona del Canal
y la Compaa del Canal de
Panam para el ao fiscal de
1952. Esta cantidad es menor
que la cantidad pedida en 298,-
000 dlares.
Deca el Informe: "Las casas
de la Zona del Canal pertene-
cen al Gobierno Federal y los
alquileres son estipulados por
el secretarlo del Ejrcito. El
comit se ha percatado del he-
cho que en tiempos pasados
era necesario cobrar alquileres
bajos por estas casas para in-
ducir a los obreros especializa-
dos a que vivieran en la Zona
hace varios aos no existe la
necesidad de inducir a estos
obreros".
El informe agregaba: "Se ur-
ge al Secretar del Ejrcito a
que tome las medidas necesa-
rias para aumentar los alqui-
leres a fin de proveer una r-
pida amortizacin de los costos
de construccin y manteni-
miento, aunque no parece po-
sible que el Gobierno efectu
una pequea ganancia en la
operacin de las casas o esta-
blezca un fondo de contingen-
cia para la operacin de las
casas. Debido a esto, la apro-
piacin para las casas ha sido
reducida en 73,000 dlares".
Los otros 25,000 dlares fue-
ron reducidos de la partida
destinada para agrandar las
facilidades de almacenamiento
del hospital Gorgas "porque las
actuales son adecuadas".______
V-
Sociedad de minoristas hace
declaraciones sobre aumento
del costo de la vida aqu
Ufee son los/towercia^tes mayoristas los qpe
bait aumentado los artculos
La Unin ,d> Comerciantes i rarte meritorio, porque ha er-
Mavarlstes nos han envladb vldo para antener un alto
uMrSta en la cual haan I Precio de venta para el consu-
un serte de eUlderacloS midor. sobre este artculo que
Ocho aviones se
estrellaron en
Estados Unidos
RICHMOND, Indiana, Junio
(UP).Aa Polica inform que
ocho aitones a reaccin da la
Fuerza "4rea chocaron y se es-
trellaron' durante un temporal
elctrica n el Condado de Way-
ne y la"autorldades de la Fuer-
za Area dijeron qu-i murieron
por lo menos cuatro pilotos.
Dos de los aparatos cayeron
a tierra dentro de los limites
de la poblacin. Los otros ca-
yeron O, hicieron un aterrizaje
forzoso I norte y noroeste d
la poblacin, en un radio de
cuarenta kilmetros.
Dos da los aviones cayeron
cerca dC. una fbrica, a una
distancia de 800 metros entre
s, abriendo en la tierra hoyos
de cinc metros de profundi-
dad. Los pedazos de los aviones
se desparramaron en una ex-
tensin de cincuenta metros.
Se dijo que otros cayeron en
el Aeropuerto Municipal de
Boston, poblacin al sur de
Richmond, en Fountain City,
en una finca prxima a Webs-
ter y en Cambridge City.
Un testigo ocular dijo que el
(i*aa a ia rae. I. Col. 6
Ha llamado la atencin que
coincida con las gestiones
de paz iniciadas en Londres

sobre el alto costo de la vida.
Los prrafos salientes de esta
carta los consignamos en segui-
da:
Panama, Junio & de lfl
Sr. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Presente.
Muy seor nuestro:
El querosn es un artculo de
primera necesidad para el po-
bre, ya que es el eombustlble
principalmente usado por ellos
para confeccionar sus alimen-
tos. Pues, este artculo ha sido
subido de precio en un cen-
tavo durante la pasada sema-
na, si que tampoco se haya
explicado al pueblo la
es el primero de los de primera
necesidad, permitiendo a lot es-
peculadores, que decan haber
grandes existencias de este^gra-
no en el pas, vender el frroz
qu razn? El caf, que por ra-
preclo que el razonable.
.Pasa I Pt Col 11
de este alza. Es esto justifica-
ble?
Nosotros no tuvimos reparo
en apreciar la actitud del Ban-
co Agropecuario cuando impor-
t arras, hace algunas semanas,
y lo distribuy, para los mino-
ristas, al precio de B. 9.50. Pe-
ro el >ltimo arre* que importo
el 80 xe mayo, lo vendi a B.
11.00 para los minoristas. Esta
nueva, actitud no parece razo-
nable*'y no podemos conalde-
Visit esta maana
nuestra Redaccin el
Ministro de Italia
Esta maana visit nuestra
razn redaccin el Barn Antonio
Rosset Desandre, Ministro de
Italia en Panamr, con objeto
de manifestarnos su complacen-
cia por haber sido nombrado
representante de su paia en el
nuestro.
Se puso a las rdenes de a
prensa panamea por la cual
teha singular simpata. Agreg
que le haba gustado mucho
nuestra Repblica y que espe-
raba permanecer aqu bastante
tiempo.
ecreto sobre licencias
a Profesores sin grado dice que
son temporales y prorrogares
at%
El (Ministro de Educacin
don MSnuel Vrela nea ha tra-
do las'wguientes declaraciones:
Comb bien dice el Dr. Eduar-
do Mof/gan en sm opinin es-
crita, fHe public El Paqam
Eligi Directiva el
Club de Padres del
Instituto Nacional
En rtunin celebrada por el
Club dtPadres de Familias del
Nacional "ayer en !a
i electa la nueva dbe.-
debe regir durante el
ar de 1931. Resultando
siguiente directly:
nte, seor Robustk.no
Institu
noche
tiva, qi
ao esi
electa
Pretil
Vergara
Vice-1
A. Ici
Peen
Retta
Te-orero,
Snchez;
Fiscal- Sr. Efran Candanedo-
Vocales. Sra. Olga C. de Cai-
zales y 0r. Carlos Avala.
Panam, 9 de junio de 1951
Idente, sefior Manuel
Seor Jos de la R
8 e fi o r Francia' r
Amrica en das pasados: "El
articulo 118 de la ley 47 de 1956
es una disposicin prohibitiva",
y as lo entendimos claramen-
te quienes Intervinimos en la
expedicin del decreto 2010 de
1948. Es ms, nunca se nos ocu-
rri pensar, por nuestro deseo
siempre presente de respetar u
ley, en el carcter de conti-
nuidad Indefinida de las li-
cencias expedidas a favor de
quienes las obtuvieran de a-
cuerdo con los requisitos que ti
citado decreto establece, pues
el articulo 118 de la Ley Or-
gnica de Educacin dice muy
claro que las licencias expedi-
das son TEMPORALES. Por es-
to el articulo dcimo del de-
creto 2010 de 1948 establece que
la licencia ser PRORROGADA
A N U A.L ME N T|E, dando Idea
exacta y clara de TEMPORA-
LIDAD, ya que prorrogar es
continuar o dilatar, segn el
caso, con plazo fijo.
La opinin expresada por el
Dr. Eduardo Morgan, que yo
comparto totalmente, Interpre-
ta muy bien el espritu que
gui a quienes tuvimos alguna
ingerencia en la expedicin del
(rasa a te Pg. t, col. 7)
TOKIO, junio 9. (UP). Uno
de los mayores desarrollos de
la guerra de Corea parece In-
minente, mientras el Secreta-
rlo de Defensa de Estados Uni-
dos, George C. Marshall confe-
renciaba con el General Mat-
thew B. Rldway a puertas ce-
rradas.
La visita de Marshall al fren-
te de batalla coincide con el
aminoramlento de la resistencia
comunista en Corea y las con-
versaciones a n g 1 o-amerlcanas
sobre una nueva oferta de cese
de fuego a los comunistas, chi-
nos.
El General Marshall inici
una larga conferencia con el
General Rldway en el Cuartel
General en Tokio, despus de
una visita al frente de batalla
con Rldway ayer.
Marshall Insisti en que el
objeto de su vista al Lojano
Oriente era slo ver al Octavo
Ejrcito en accin, pero persis-
te la especulacin de que esta
visita presagia uno de los
yores desarrollos de la
Los oqiervadores llaman la
atencin^ hecho de que la vi-
sita de Marshall coincide con
las conversaciones de cese de
luego ea-'Londres y el recien-
te testiSpnlo del General J.
LawtonRollins ante el Comit
del Senno de que se estaba
preparan una "nueva direc-
tiva definitiva para la campa-
a en Catea.
Marshall le dijo a los perio-
distas qua- no haba trado a
Rldgway ninguna nueva, direc-
tiva de -los Jefes del Estado
Mayor, piro que esperaba re-
cibir insqficclones de Washing-
ton pronJO.
Una compaa nor-coreana-
Irrumpi ydtntro de las lneas
aliadas Jrnoreste de In je, pe-
ro la breaba fue cerrada varias
horas despus.
Existe San especulacin si el
Octavo ElScito lograr desalo-
jar a las; comunistas de su
"tringulo de hierro" en Corea
Central.
Los despachos del frente ln-
(Pasa a la pgina columna )
Posiblemente el Gobierno d
Francia conceder perdn ar
Petain antes de que muera
La familia del moribundo Mariscal ha condenad
tal medida y exige nuevo juicio
Rusia planea ahora
celebrar tratado de
paz con Alemania
BERLIN, Junio 9. (UP).
Fuentes Informadas dijeron que
el plebiscito de "paz" organiza-
do por los comunistas en Ale-
mania oriental ha puesto los
cimiento para un "tratado de
paz" separado entre Ruste y su
satlite alemn.
Dijeron que el plebiscito dio
a la Unin Sovitica base de
propaganda para firmar que
la gran mayora de loa alema-
nes quieren un tratado de paz.
El plebiscito de tres das ter-
min la noche del martes con
95.98 por ciento contra la re-
mllltarlzacin y a favor del
tratado de paz ste o.
Los rumores sobre el tratado
de paz, han sido frecuentes
desde la fundacin de la "Re-
pblica Democrtica Alemana"
regida por los comunistas y
han sido ms Insistentes desde
la conferencia, el ao pasado,
de los Ministros de Relaciones
Exteriores del bloque oriental.
Otros recientes rumores no
confirmados dicen que Ruste ya
ha empozado las conversaciones
preliminares con las autorida-
des codiunlst alemanas sobre
el tratado.
otoado
Gobierno y Justicia
TLB D'YEU, Francia, Junio 9
(UP). Insistentes rumores,
aunque no confirmados, han es-
tado circulando aqui y en Pa-
rs hoy ds que el Gobierno de
Francia est considerando con-
cederle el "perdn" al -Ma-
riscal Henri Philippe Petain, de
95 aos de edad, quien se en-
cuentra en prisin desde 1945
por su colaboracin con lo a-
lemanes durante la segunda
guerra mundial.
Sin embarog, los miembros de
la familia de Petain han con-
denado tal medida. Dicen quo',
Petain nunca ha sido culpabio
de los cargos de colaboracin
como Jefe del Gobierno do'
Vlchy y que aceptar el perdn
sera admitir su culpabilidad.'
Lo que quieren es un nuevo
Juicio.
Los rumores dicen que el Co-
mit de Perdones se reuni ayer,
en Pars y recomend al Pre-|
sidente Vincent Auriol que 1*>
conceda el perdn 1 hroe de;
Verdn. _.&
El Gobierno de Irn advierte
que la cuestin petrolera se
puede convertir en 'polvorn
TEHERAN, Junio 9. (UP), encargado de dirigir las act*}
He aqui a los Gobernadores de las Provinotes de la Repblica, cuando discutan con el Mlnlstri de Gobierno *r,"*"ta'D,
MiKuel ngel Ordonez, sobre los diferente problemas de sus ..rovlncias. De ixquierde a derecfca aparecen el Dr. oroon, m
Gobernador de Panam, don Homero Vetesauex, el de Chiriqu, don Vctor'Alvar, el de Veranas don Jbhel Nnm o
Bocas del Toro, don Basilio Duff, el Aaesor Jurdico del Minis l. rio. Lie. Francisco Carrasco, g ,<\?bf?P*d"d*hfa cim-
Agustn Cedeo. 1 de Herrera, don Manuel Varete, el de Los Sntos, don Julio Arosemena, el el Darlen, don Antonio can
(.agnani, y I de Coel, don Aquilino Tejcira.____________-
Chile entregar
mensaje sobre la
escasez de papel
WASHINGTON, Junio 9 (UP)
El Embajador de Chile Flix
Nieto del Rio declar que es-
pera entregar pronto al Presi-
dente Truman un mensaje per-
sonal del Presidente Gabriel
Gonzlez Videla sobre la esca-
sez He papel peridico en Chi-
le.
El Embajador no revel la
naturaleza del mensaje de mi
Presidente pero confirm las In-
formaciones de Santiago de que
Gonzlez. Videla se ha dirigido
personalmente a Truman sobre
el grave problema del papel.
El Embajador dijo: "He re-
cibido el mensaje del Presiden-
te Gonzlez Videla para entre-
garlo al Presidente Truman y
espero hacerlo muy pronto.
Mientras tanto fui a ver a John
Steelman, Asesor del Presiden-
te Truman, y le dej el me-
morndum sobre se asuntos.
Esta maana recib una lla-
mada telefnica del Sr. Steel-
n.an, quien me dijo que haba
tratado el asunto con Truman
y con otros funcionarios inte-
resados y que espera que en
julio quizs haya una solucin
relativamente favorable. Tam-
bin he planteado el asunto
ante el Departamento de Esta-
do, explicando te situacin chi-
lena."
Nieto del Rio no explic qu
solucin Steelman crea que po-
dra encontrarse al problema.
Proyctase instalar en Suiza
una enorme planta atmica
Por GATJLT MACGOWAN
(N. A. N. A.) _. I
PARIS, Junio 9 (EPS) Lo cientficos de Europa occidental
p.anean construir en Sulsa una plante de Investigacin atmica,
que costar diet millones de dlares, y que sera ara lo paisOS
interesado en ella lo que es para lo Estedos Unid o te n-
ciou atrale que la Universidad de California est completando
Se trata de un "superciclotrn" con un capacidad de tres
mil a cinco mil millones de voltio, que se proyecte iitetern
la orilla sur del Uro de Ginebra, en un sitio al pie de loe A'Pf.
entre Francia y Suiza, que se ha considerado siempre extraterri-
torial, o mejor dicho, neutral. ___ i
Italian Francia y Blgica, que son los pases mas interesados
en el plan, han suministrado los fondos Iniciales para reunir el
ptrsonal tcnico necesario para ete "laboratorio regional de f-
sica nuclear" que tal es el nombre que se da a la plant.
El proyecto tiende a proveer un laboratorio de investigacin
atmica a los cientficos de toda tes naciones que cooperen en
el. Lo gobierno de Europ occidental sern invitados a parti-
cipar en el costo de la plante. En una reunion secreta celebra-
da hce poco por lo dirigentes del plan, se recomend que el
lectrolmn que constituye una de Us partes fundamentales de la
planta coa construido por Ingeniero suso y franceses. Ete
aparato costar vario millones de dolare. Lo proyectore y
aparato de control sern hechos en Holanda; el sistema par
producir el vacio en Suecia y el trabajo en cobre en Blgica. No
se abe todava cul er U contribueion de IUIU, Noruega y
Dinamarca, sabindose nicamente que la primera puede sumi-
nistrar te mano de obr necesaria.
Tampoco se ha hablado de I contribucin de te Gran Bre-
taa, si es que ella participa en el proyecto. Lo britnico Os-
lan muy ocupados por sus propios planes uno de lo cuales se
desarrolla en Glasgow pero hn mostrado grn entusiasmo
per el proyecto. V ea sabido que Gran Brete* cuenU eon nu-
meroso y excelente tcnicos atmicos.
I.as naciones europeas se quejan de que actualmente tienen
que enviar tes suyos a lo Estados Unidos entrenarse. Y, como
comento tm cientfico frane. "e muy fcil envUrte, pero es
muy difcil hacer que vuelvan!"
El Gobierno de Irn advirti
que de no ccederse a tes pe-
ticiones de este pas en la cues-
tin petrolera Irn "se conver-
tir en un polvorn" que hara
estallar en llamas el petrleo
del Medio Oriente provocando
"un incendio que destruirla al
mundo entero".
El Emir Alael, Gobernador
General de te provincia petro-
lera de Khuzlstan, en un dis-
curso pronunciado en Ahwaz en
los campos petrolferos meridio-
nales, al recibir al Consejo pro-
visional de dlreceln de 1a
Compaa Petrolera Nacional
de Irn", dijo que "s ha
tado nuestra
mos disputa
a (udM
. o
puente de 1 vlctorm. Pert
ahora, este puente se est des-
8lomando. Ahora somos, en rea-
dad, la encrucijada de la paz
mundial". .. .,
El consejo de direccin este
vldades en lo campos y rU
neras nacionalizadas, que eran
propiedad de la Anglo-Irantan'
Oil Company.
Alael dijo en su discurso quo*
"los pueblos del mundo det _
saber que si no tratan con nos(
otros, si no demuestran com-,
prensin, Irn se convertir eni
un polvorn que har estallar,
en llamas el petrleo del med
Oriente, y el Incendio destru
al mundo entero".
Por su parte, el miembro d_
Consejo de Direccin, doctfl
All Abadl dijo que "todas nues-
tras dificultades proceden d<
, fuente, de estas .rlquoaatJ
Ahglo-Ir*rflan no solo noj
dM ninguna nulidad, stao
por el'.'onwanv'cr0 fama
blemas y dificultad. -M
tarfk principal en estos rao-;
ment es controlar te admi-
nistracin de poso y refInert..
y aumentar te produccin d.
petrleo en que se basa la vi;
da de esta parte del mundo", i
Ms de 3 millones de pesos
dar Eva Pern para pagar
a los empleados de La Prensa
Se facilita versin
de un mensaje que
envi MacArthur
WASHINGTON, Junio 0 (UP)
El Estado Mayor Central fa-
cilit hoy a la Comisin del
Senado que Investiga las cir-
cunstancias de la destitucin
del General MacArthur una
nueva versin de uno de sus
mensajes a ste, e Inmediata-
mente, el Senador Republicano
Harry Cain hizo el cargo que
se haba hecho un esfuerzo
"deliberado" para demost r a r
que MacArthur empez a ha-
blar de evacuar a Corea el In-
vierno pasado.
Can ley la nueva versin
pedida por la Comisin del
mensaje del Estado Mayor del
29 de Diciembre pidindole a
MacArthur su opinin obre te
situacin.
El Estado Mayor facilit a /a
Comisin extractos y versiones
de los mensajes entre Washing-
ton y Tokio, pero no loa ori-
ginales, para proteger el ecre-
to de las claves telegrficas.
Tanto lt versin anterior co-
mo la actual del mensaje de
Diciembre dicen que se modifi-
caban tes instrucciones de Mac-
Arthur para que "defienda en
posiciones sucesivas", pero su-
eto a las consideraciones rete-
ivas a la seguridad de las tro-
pos.
Una versin ms amplia,
(Pasa te Pg. col. 7)
BUENOS AIRES, Junio 9 (LT)
La seora Eva Pern entregar
*i lunes prximo, en nombre de
tu fundacin, un cheque por 3,-
027,713 pesos para pagar lus
sueldos y Jornales de los 1.800
empleados y obreros de "Ln
Prensa" que se hallan sin traba
jo desde que se diario tv ce-
rrado el 28 de Enero pasado.
La Fundacin Eva Pern ros-
li*ar una ceremonia especial
tn el Ministerio de Trabajo y
Previsin Social a las 6 de la
tarde, y la seora Pern entre-
gar personalmente el cheque.
El comunicado oficial para a-
nunciar la entrega del cheque
afirma que las tentativas pra
los representantes de "La Pren-
iJ' pagarn los sueldos "no lo-
graron llegar a una solucin sa-
tisfactoria debido a la sistem-
tica oposicin de sos represen-
tante".
(Aunque "La Prensa" fu ce-
rrada el 26 de Enero, el dlarl*
pag los sueldos de Febrero v
Marzo. Estos ltimos los pag*'
vendiendo ttulos hipotcanos*
que posea el diario. Los propie-l
tarlos de "La Prensa' manies*
taron en esa oportunidad QU>
seguiran pagando los sueldoj f}
jornales mientra el diarlo es,
tuviera en su poder. La Comi-|
sin Legislativa se incaut dO|
las oficina y talleres de "Lai
Prensa" el 20 de Mano y el
Congreso Argentino probo tel
expropiacin el 12 de Abril). J
Asociacin de Graduandos est
de acuerdo con la lucha que han
iniciado Profesores con grado
Se no h trado el siguiente
comunicado:
COMUNICADO
La Asociacin de Graduandos -...... .
de la Universidad de Panam, ro de que por el hecho de sef
siempre alerte contra los aten- i universitarios, consci
tados a te Ley y a los inte- "
roto de 1 Educacin Naclo-
el de que se acte en el pre-,
sent caso con criterio amplio jfl
democrtico.
Queremos dejar bien en cla^
nalj comunica por este medio
que reafirma tu alto y noble
propsito de continuar luchan-
do hombro con hombro con la
Federacin de Graduados. Tal
como estn las cosas, ninguna
persona sensata o con un poco
de sentido comn podr estar
de acuerdo con el hecho ab-
surdo de que permanezcan sin
ctedra los universitarios que
han llenado lo requisitos es-
tablecidos por la Ley para el
ejercicio de la docencU secun-
daria, al paso que existen unas
trescientas unidades que no
presentan ni ostentan titulo ni
nuestras tareas, no hemos de-J
jado de preocuparnos por estt
delicado asunto, en el cual di*
tlnguldos Juristas han expresa*
do sus opiniones particulares!,
interpretando, su ver, el ver-,
dadero sentido de los reclamo
que ha estado haciendo la Fe-
(Pasa a te Pagina 8. Column >
Para aerdromos
gastar un milln
de libras Jamaica
El gobierno Jamaiquino so,
presentan ni ostentan titulo ni propone apropiar 1.000,000 d
crdito alguno, no ajustndose, fibras esterlinas para la cons-
por lo consiguiente, a lo que
establece el Art. 188 de la Ley
47 Orgnica de Educacin.
Declaramos enfticamente que
no es nuestro propsito el de
atentar contra la estabilidad
de nadie, sino que el nico m-
vil que nos inspira es el de
quo a rapare un mal hecho y
truccln de las facilidades quo
exige el desarrollo del trfico
areo en te isla. Para iniciar
la obra las autoridades solici-
tan 1a cantidad de 100.00"
bras, dinero que se invertir ea
estudios preliminares de lnge->
nieria y nuevo equipo para
aeropuerto de Montego B
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EL MILITARISMO EN BOLIVIA
En el cuadro de los gobiernos de Anirica ha
urgido un nuevo rgimen militar que est dirigien-
do los destinos polticos de un estado de nuestro
Continente, en donde slo debera imperar el sis-
tema democrtico en funcin de gobiernos civiles.
Recientemente, despus de los acontecimientos
que determinaron el abandono del Poder de parte
del Presidente de la Repblica, la Junta Militar,
usurpando funciones, ha violado la Constitucin bo-
liviana impidiendo, mediante la fuerza brutal de las
armas, el normal funcionamiento del Congreso Na-
cional. Por voluntad del militarismo transformado
en gobierno, los Senadores y Diputados de esa Re-
pblica Sur Americana se encuentran en la actua-
lidad bajo la persecucin del rgimen y, desde lue-
go, imposibilitados para el desempeo de sus eleva-
das atribuciones.
Por supuesto, no han faltado las declaraciones
oficiales en el sentido de que "Bolivia se adhiere
1 orden y concierto democrtico y representativo
como poltica internacional"; asimismo el nuevo go-
bierno manifiesta que respetar los tratados y las
convenciones internacionales vigentes, etc., etc. Es-
tas declaraciones son una especie de modelo para
todos los casos que desgraciadamente se suceden
en Amrica en lo que a regmenes impopulares y
militaristas se refiere. Siempre que hay un golpe
de Estado, por ejemplo, el pblico espera las so-
corridas declaraciones aludidas.
Ninguna persona consciente puede negar la
justa preocupacin que experimentan todos los pue-
blos de Amrica cuando en nuestros pases se re-
gistran sucesos de tal naturaleza. Rechazar ese de-
recho a opinar desde el extranjero significara na-
fa menos que desconocer los ms elementales prin-
cipios de solidaridad humana que actualmente en-
cuentran en el espritu y en la letra de los trata-
idos internacionales su ms clara expresin de rea-
lidad poltica. As como nos preocupa la suerte de
las naciones que se hallan bajo la dictadura co-
munista en otros continentes, tambin nos preocu-
pa; la situacin desfavorable por la cual atraviesan
algunos pueblos nuestros que sufren las consecuen-
cias de sistemas dictatoriales donde sol* se impo-
ne la voluntad de qui
+1 L^arruet
de WASHINGTON
DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson diet: La propaganda dt paz dt Estados Uni-
dos carece de conviccin; A Truman le gustan los bo-
cadillos con Itnguaje de marinero dt tierra; Eiscn-
hower aplaudo ti cdico dt moral dt Fulbright.
m-
fWi%******** *r
nadas. v
'- Ojal pronto abran los ojos todos los dirigen*
tes democrticos de Amrica y los gobiernos que
responden legtimamente a esta doctrina para que
vean el panorama desolador que presentan ciertos
gobiernos conocidos del continente, porque si sto
contina como hasta ahora no estar lejano el da,
por desgracia, en qu sea arrolladora la influencia
en el hemisferio de los regmenes dictatoriales. La
defensa colectiva de la democracia continental es
una necesidad inaplazable.
WASHINGTON. El otro dia,
en una fiesta el Senador Brlen
MacMahon de Connecticut tro-
pefc con el Juez Flix Frank-
lurte, intimo amigo del Secre-
tarlo de Estado Acheson, y co-
ment;
"qu le vasa a Dm! Par
que ata tan cuidadosa? Las
Husos le catn prometiendo
la luna al mundo, y nosotros
estarnas sentados con nuestra*
bocas ms calladas que un
mudo en un tronco."
"Ya lo s," contest Frank-
furter. "Es que Dean tiene al-
ga de Ingls. Nunca prometo
ms de lo aue puede dar."
Frankfurter se refera al he-
cho que la madre de Acheson
perteneca a la conocida fami-
lia Oooderhinan del Canad.
El Senador MacMahon se re-
fera ai hecho que la propagan-
da norteamericana en el extran-
jero no siempre demostraba 1-
ntciatlva e Imaginacin... Y
que no hemos hecho nfasis en
el hecho muy real que los nor-
teamericanos quieren la paz.
A pesar de los antepasadas,
ingleses de Acheson, sin em-
bargo, parte de ste fracaso
te debe, probablemente, ma-
cho ms al hecho que el De-
partamento de Estado ha es-
tado tan perseguido por lea
crticos del Senado, qu* se en-
cuentra atontado y tmido. Si
el Departamento de Estado
trata de conseguir la pas, por
ejemplo, inmediatamente se
le apliea el mote de "apaci-
guador."
EL LENGUAJE MARTIMO
DE TRUMAN
El agricultor de Missouri, Ha-
rry Truman, est cambiando la
sagrada nomenclatura de la
Marina para deleite de ios
marinos a bordo del yate pre-
sencial "U.S.S. WillUmsburg."
Sealando haeU el castillo
de proa, o a la ">**
Truman invitara, genialmente,
a lus'huspedes a que lo acom-
paen al "vestibule delante-
ro." Entonces, refiriendo*? a
la pepa, dir el "vestbulo tra-
zero", y en cuanto a Us cubier-
ta," dir simplemente "arriba
y^aoaj*'." .
Le, rn.rfi.ts /. se ha. -
$rdid* lee trmino* pres-
denciales y ahora lea usan li-
bremente. Finalmente, nn e-
ficial le tem el pele al St.
Traman por deshacer la no-
menclatura de la Marina.
"Ye sle **y nn agricultor",
contest el Presidente. "Nunca
podr ser nn marine profesio-
nal."
URANIO EN EL MEDIO
OESTE
dao, me alent agradecida de
q' Ud. haya pronunciado an dis-
curso. En enante a la posibi-
lidad de fue a* le mneda ca-
lificar de ingenuo, puedo de-
cirle que a m mismo ae me
ha aplicado ste adjetivo tan
a menudo y por Untes raso-
nos, que me he acostumbrado
a airarte eesne un cumplido
de distincin; en ltima ins-
tancia, pareciera implicar lo
contrari de "raqueterisme
dejiberado."
Eisenhower tambin Uamo
la atencin de Fulbright ha-
cia un artculo del New York
Times, U cual el General el-
U de la manera Uniente:
"El aumente en el cruce Ue-
gal de U frontera de parte de
lea inmigrantes mexicanos
hasta el nmero ne ms de
un milln de cases anuales ha
sido acompaado per nn cu-
rioso relajamiento de las nor-
mas ticas, el cual se extien-
de stand* tes agrlcnltorea que
explotan eta clase de mano
de obra contrabandeando has-
ta Ua ms altas esferaa del
Gobierno Federal."
LA DEMOCRACIA VIVE
Los veteranos tuvieron un
deficit de S32,00O como resul-
tado de su program* de dona-
cin de sangre para el caso de
un ataque atmico, y otras ac-
tividades patriticas, pero vol-
vieron a ponerse de pie con una
fenomenal campaa para levan-
tar fondos, organizada por el
ex Comandante Hal -ft-
Keats levant ms de $400,000
para subsanar el deficit.. ^les-
tras felicitaciones a la Cerve-
cera Ballantlne por su patrio-
tica contribucin a la defensa
civil La Cervecera Ballantlne
prest su flota ds camiones con
un .qulpo completo de emer-
gencia incluyendo escaleras,
luces, hachas, sogas, cascos de
acero, mantas y medicinas.
Otras compaas con grandes
ilotas de camiones muy bien po-
dran seguir el ejemplo de la
Ballantlne para preparar al
pas contra un ataque atmico.
LOS MARINOS NUNCA
MUEREN
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
PROTESTA
Panam, Junio 4 de 1951.
8r. Director de
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Presente.
Estimado seor:
Suplico a usted tenga, la gen-
tileza de darle acogida a la pre-
sente, en las pginas de su
prestigioso diario.
Con motivo de la informacin
aparecida en la prensa local en
los ltimos dos das, en rela-
cin con la clausura de la Uni-
versidad de drenada, Nicara-
gua, por el decano de los dic-
tadores de Amrica, Anastasio
Somoza; tal notlcte dio origen
a la reunin de numerosos
miembros de la colonia nica-
ragense radicada en. Panam,
para lanzar la ms enrgica
protesta por la medida crimi-
nal y atentatoria contra los
ms sagrados y elementales
principios de desenvolvimiento
cultural de nuestro pueblo, que
viene sufriendo los ms crue-
les rigores de la dictadura, que
registran los anales de la his-
toria da nuestra Amrica.
Queremos hacer llegar a los
valientes estudiantes granadi-
nos nuestra voz de aliento y
de combate para que manten-
gan su -vigorosa lucha, y pedi-
mos al estudiantado nicara-
gense en general, que se unan
a la gesta libertaria porque
ellos- son la vanguardia de la
patria y en unin total con el
pueblo sacudirse el yugo tir-
nico que nos oprime, para po-
der, cantar la bella estrofa de
nuestro himno nacional "la pa-
ula amada canta este dia su
libertad...
Tambin deseamos dejar p-
blica constancia de nuestra gra-
titud, por la demostracin de
complacencU de numerosos a-
migos panameos que nos han
felicitado por la viril actitud de
los universitarios granadinos, y
de manera muy especial, a la
Unin de Estudiantes Universi-
tarios Panameos por su vi-
brante resolucin condenando el
acto del tirano nicaragense,
enemigo nmero uno de la de-
mocracia y del pueblo nicara-
gense.
Es importante hacer notar en
esta oportunidad que no es
la primera vez que atenta el
dictador contra centros de cul-
tura, pues en el ao de 1944
liquid la Universidad Central
de Managua, en cuyo centro
florecieron los primeros brotes
ci rebelda del estudiantado
contra los manetos de la dic-
tadura, y sigui funcionando
bajo un rgimen semi-milltar,
siendo su Dlrector-Reetor-Coro-
nel y doctor seor LuU Manuel
DeBayle. el cuadislmo del di-
rector Somoza.
Atentamente nos suscribimos.
Nota: Despus, de un ao de
lucha del estudiantado: la cita-
da Universidad Central de Ma-
GUILA DEDOS CABEZAS
Por Al
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EL NUEVO-PRESIDENTE: Dificli manejarla, precisamente cuando las de* cabesai in-
tenan volar en direcciones opuestas.
u Ec- ;,f- ',1
Humberto Lacayo
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Mientras que lo peridicos
norteamericanos se encuentran
El COMISARIATO TAGAROPULOS, S.A.
se complace en anunciar a su distinguida clientela
que acaba de recibir las siguientes mercancas:
Sirope italiano en botelUs OR/AT.V MOTTA'. AMARENA
Salaminito "Miln" (italiano legitimo).
Salami Extra' "Miln" (italiano legtimo).
Salami "Copa" Mortadela (ita'iana).
Sardinaa en aal "Sicilian".
Filetes de anchoas portuguesas en Utas de 13 os. y t\ .
Caviar ruso "Romanof" + Caviar Roja Taranta, 7', e*.
Malvas (Halwash) Pava Beans (Habas)
Aceitunas preparadas er frascos "Rio Rita".
Peperoncini griego en frascos de 1 Ib.
Pistachio Nuts de 1 Ib. y M Ib.
Blugour (Trico molida).
Aunque no ha sido.anunciado
todava, el precioso uranio ha
sido descubierto en cierta hu-
lla de segundo grado en la par-
te norte de las grandes plani-
cies.
_ ... j- imnn,,n escasos de papel, la imprenta
- Esto podra ser de '^portan- Ooblerno"usa mj de 15 mi-
ela tf Sranura de llonM de llbr" de apel al mu-
nuestras uenUs ^arijeras ?,! e Imprime tantos panfletos que
uranio l^"^"7 no puede llevar un Inventario de
la hulla slo contiene menos de (odg
.01 por ciento de uranio.
Tambin se han descubierto'
trazas de uranio en la arcilla
negra de Tennessee, Kentucky,]
Michigan, MinnesoU y Wiscon-.
sin. Pero, mucho ms importan-,
te an, es que el Gobierno ha
desarrollado un proceso para ex-
traer uranio como un deriva-
do del fosfato ertUlzador.
El Almirante Forrest Sher-
man, Jefe de Operaciones Na-
vales, estaba hablando sobre nagua fue clausurada total-
MacArthur con su colega en el mente.
Estado Mayor, General Om*r
Bradley, ,,-
"Cuando y* *i cante
sobre Us viejo soldado* que
nanea mueren", dije el Al-
mirante Sherman, "fu en la
Marina, y eran lo "vi*J*s
marines" los que l* se des-
vanecen."
"Adems, nosetres U dba-
mos nn acento ingls", conti-
nu diciendo Sherman. "En
resumidas cuentas, se trata
de una cancin inglesa y se
aplica a U Marina y no al
hjercito."
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EISENHOWER Y LA ETICA
Aunque nunca se ha hecho
pblico, el General Elsenhower
le ha dado su "amn" al plan
del Senador Fulbright para pre-
parar un cdigo de moral so-
bre conducta gubernamental.
Ike le envi al Senador de Ar-
kansas una carta, en la cual a-
plauda calurosamente su dis-
curso sobre "tica en el Gobier-
no."
Escribi Eisenhower: "Sera
muy difcil para mi poder ex-
presarle todo mi acuerdo een
sus sentimientos. Hay Untos
puntos especficos en su dis-
curso que me mueven a decir-
les "amn", que lo nico que
puedo decir es que, cerne eluda-
todos.
Lea panflet** varan desde
U "clasificacin, Identifica-
cin y distribucin geogrfi-
ca de las pulgas" y "U con-
feccin di nidos para Rajaros
en el Japn" hasia como
controlar los gatee vagos",
"coma pescado en el desayu-
ne y per qn n*T", y "la vi-
da *ezaal del coat."
La imprenta del Gobierno tu-
ne unos 50,000 ti'ulos diferen-
te de obras impresas' y mas
ce 30 millones de copias. Esto
Incluye el dinero que el pueblo
paga para Investigacin y la
Se nos ha entregado para su
publicacin la siguiente caita:
Seor Don
Norberto Navarro*
mi ExcelencU, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas.
Panam.
Seor: : -
Los que suscribimos, residen-
te del Guayabtto, jurisdiccin
e este Distrito, considerando
e grandsima importancia, to-
mo lo ha venido siendo el tramo
de carretera ya construida, que
phrte de la Carretera Nacional
al lugar mencionado, solicita-
mos de Ud., encarecidamente.
cu su carcter de Ministro de
produccin de sUs obras. Aun-
que la mayora de los panfletos
del Gobierno contienen infor-
macin muy til, el pblico po-
dra pasarla muy bien sin saber
sobre la distribucin geogrfi-
ca de las pulgas y la vida se-
xual del coat.
Los ms extravagantes con-
sumidores de papel, sin em-
barga, sen los Congresistas,
algunos de los cuales estn
tan fascinados con sus dis-
curso que ordenan la impre-
sin de miles de- copUs de e-
elles, para luego enriarlos por
correo een el dinero de los
que pagamos impuestos. A Us
Congresistas tambin les gus-
ta guardar grandes cantidades
de panfleto* del Gobierno pa-
ra luego regalarlos a sus vo-
tante*.
U Flema del Asm
Disuoha Desde el
Primer Die
Ami y laraaattaa se ah
ata MMperaataa y rlaUata*.
naui 1 eiaaalamo. minan la atraa.
, arrala la aalai y aaWtaa i aara-
6a. IR hh tiampo Manaaa, la
<-rl**l6n da ua faaioao aaaala*. **al
ua a alreular a la aaa*jra aaalaaa -
r**l*amanta loa tU priasar SI aoatUaaa a claarrarea la
flataa cae** 4* lee am *** **-
reaalraelaa f*. Ta*e la ua
i resatrai---
__j fan a lmar ttaletaa a Man
aaaa, ua aaa aerada ata, a laa mi-
au. I arelan aa mar ripala an
awaaSa aa trata a aaaaa eaaaMea y
aatiavea. Manaaaa ha taaWa tanta
xlt afraeUaa a laa aalata
raaalrael liara y feil a M batea.
raa Manaaaa n aueltalar trsas-
ela hay alamo y vaa le atoa ua e*r-
alr ata nacha y aueate majar aa
Mradaco -~4
AVISO
Por la presente se hace saber a todas las personas que
estn construyendo que deseen construir residencias
cualquier clase de edificio sin los permisos correspondien-
tes, dentro de los limites del Distrito Capital, que estn
en U obligacin de llenar todos los requisitos necesarios,
P/js de lo contrario e les aplicar las penas establecidas
en estos casos.
Junio 5 de 1951.
INGENIERO MUNICIPAL
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
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Obras Pblicas, una repsracion
para asi poder traficar sin nin-
gn obstculo ni peligro.
La conservacin de ste tra-
igo de carretera ha sido una 1>
Uma aspiracin",de todas csias
comunidades que -quedan a Ur
mrgenes por donde la' atravie-
sen y por tanto estamos dis-
puestos a cooperar con dia.s de
trabajo que fueren menester
para asi mejorar el servicio y
viajar con todas las comodi-
dades.
Como a Ud., no se le escapar
que hay vita que tyenen pres-
tando inmejorables servicios a
ias colectividades durante un
l^pse bastante largo, pero uxs
efectos de la erosin por las
continuas lluvias la destruyen y
e hace necesario como urgen-
te las reparaciones indispensa-
bles para que todo el trabaje ui
se pierda ni se malogre.
De Ud. su m\y atts-y Se-.iro
Servidores,
Plliberta Jan. Pedro Hidalgo,
Manuel Vega, Temas E. Rodri-
gues, Alejandre Hidalgo, Flix
Muo, Eugenio Vega, Cecilio
Martines.
(Siguen ms firmas)
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Aumenta la friccin entre
los lderes chinos

'i
Por F. K. WU
(N. A. N. A.)
HONG KONG, Junio 9 (EPS) Se ha confirmado que exis-
te friccin entre les principales liderea del rgimen de Pekn, me-
diante un despacho recibido aqu de fuente fidedjrna, el casi re-
vela que el general Hsu HsUng-chien, veterano guerrero comunis-
ta, ha rehusado ir a Pekn para hacerse cargo de su nuevo puesto
de Jefe de estad* mayor, y ha insistida en permanecer en Tai*
yuan, capital de U provincia de Shan-si, en el norte de U Chi-
na, al oeste de Pekn.
Tres veces durante los ltimos ocho meses, al general Hsu se
le pidi que fuera a Pekn para hacerse cargo de sus nueves de-
licies, pero como se ba negado a salir de Tai-yaan, el general
Nleh Jung-chen se ha encargado de las Ureas de jefe de estsde
mayor delegado. El propio Nieh es al mismo tiempo jeie el
Quinte Caerpo de Ejrcito, recientemente organizado, cuatro ejr-
citos del cual s encuentran en Corea en accin contra las fuer-
jas de las Naciones Unidas, t'n informe dijo que Nieh es tam-
bin jefe supremo de Us fuerzas chinas en la Crea, despus da
haber sucedido al general Lin Plao, quUn est herid* padeee
de tuberculosis.
La excusa aducida per Hsu para permanecer en Tai-yuan ea
la de ser presidente del consejo militar y administrativo de Shan-
si, aegn dice el informe de Pekn. El rebernador de U provin-
cia es el general Cheng Tsu-hua, viejo enmarada de Hsu, y pa-
rece que ambos estn gobernando Shan-si eeme una prevhseU
semi-UdependienU.
Se dice que Asa ze ha opeesto tenazmente a la participacin
de U China en U guerra coreana y qae ae maestra sever* con
la Rusia sovitica por haberle ordenado a Us trapas comunistas
chinas que entrasen en combate. Las grandes prdidas de ham-
bres y recursos sufridas por loa chinos constituye un gran golpe
para el rgimen de Pekin; est* ha hecho que el "seor de U gae-
tra" de la provincia de Shan-si se baya Uvada las manes en la
cuestin de la Catea,
Los observadores chines destacados aqu indicaron que U ac-
titud de Hsu ez la psimtra gran grieU que aparece en U orga-
nizacin comuhlsU; Sealaron que las tropas comunistas de pri-
mera lnea ascendan cuando ms a dos millones quinientoz mil
hombres, pero qne los comunicados norteamericanos precedent*
de Tokio indlcabar que los comunistas hablan sufrido casi an mi-
lln de bajas, lo que representaba el cuarenta por ciento de loa
efectiva* UUIes. aaBaa
Lo directores de diario* chinos entrevistado! aqaf par est
coiresponsal dieron por sentado que exisU friccin en el eampo
romunlsU, va que algunos lderes, no deaan-aeauit eiogemente
las rdenes de Mosc, sine que quieren que el pais se rehabilita
v aproveche lo que qued despus de ocho aos de guerra contra
el Japn v cuatro ao de guerra civil. Estos periodistas na
crean que hubiese una franca sublevacin dentro de U Chin*
comunista, a menos que ChUng Kal-shek llevase desde Fsrnteaa
sus tropas para reconquistar la China continental: sola enton-
ces se sublevara el pueblo.
La opinin general es que pueda aue algunos generales **
m un 1st as deseen derrocar el regimes* Mao Tse-tung, pero M
son lo suficientemente poderosos parjjaalerse por s mismos, sin
ayuda exterior. El sentimiento PoptsHI en U Chrha'asealamen-
te dicha es de franca oposicin a ley' comunistas, debido Us
matansas en gran escala v al despoja de sus fincas sufrido per
los terratenientes, que ha dado por resultado un hambre general
I sur del ro Azul; pero se cree qua as esencial el apoyo proce-
dente de fuera para desorganizar el eaUdo satlite con que Jasef
Stalin cuenta en el Oriente.
Hasta ahora Hsu es el nico "se
esistir en su provincia natal de Sh;
vincia modelo despus de ana larga administracin pot parte atst
reneral Yen Hii-shan, del Kuo-mingfUng, quien est refugiado
en Formosa. La provincia se basU a s misma por lo qae teca
recursos y puede subsistir sin apoy* de Pekin, que no ha con-
siderado conveniente emplear U fuerza contra Hsu, en vista da
lo* compromisos contraidos en la Corea.
Otros altos funcionarlos en Pekin,' que son simpatizantes da
los comunistas, stn muv disgustad* Icon el "gobierne del pue-
ble", debido a su muchas y extremadas barbaridades. Dichoe
funcionario* viven en constante temar de ser porgados, dicen Ua
informes de prensa, ya que podran er ejecutados por fanfarro-
nes, usurpadores o antiguos enemigo* de lo* comunista*. Esta*
funcionarios comprenden dos presidentes delegada* del "gobierne
del pueblo". Ules como Li Chi-seng y Chan Laa, al leda yreai-
dente del Tribunal Supremo, Shen Chun-yu. Lnag Y un, miembro
del gobierno del pueblo, y muchos ms.
La falta de popularidad del gobierne comunista ha inspira-
de a todo* los elemeatc* anti-comunajtas a imaginar modo* d*
constituir un frente anido para cansar el cola pao del rgimen
de Pekin. Muchos saUmbroa de la Uses cultas se han mar-
chado a Formosa para ayudar al feterno nacionalista a hacer
planes v prepararse para la reconquista eventual de la China con-
tinental, va que algunas son lo sufieJentemenU optimistas cota*)
par creer que poede hacerse algo aMes de que termine el aa,
La mayora espera que la ayuda nogfeamerieatta a Formosa sea
mayor de ahora en adelante, a fin de faelUUr U Un anhelada
eronqalsta. -. .
'settjr de la guerra" que pueda
ShajE/sl, conocida pomo, U pre*-
5
AVISO IMPORTANTE
El suscrito Secretarlo de CcBBerclo e Tnchistrhtt hace
saber al pblico en general que dgfde la fecha quedan sus-
pendidos, hasU nuevo aviso, todojrlos contrajo y ordenes
que por aviso o propaganda sobra turismo, fueron dados
por esu Secretaria o por U Junta "nacional de Turismo.
Panam, 8 de Junio de 1931.
FLAVIO VELASQUEZ JR,
-Secretario de Comercio
e In i Mi ii.


ABABO. JTNHr .-rM
'i ni
El. PAXAMA AMrTrtiTA lTARTO PTrJEPENUIUNTK
Conferencia Internacional delLa lucha en Corea ofrece esperan^?
Trabajo se inicia en Ginebra los Prmidos> declar r<">
Delegados de Jos sesenta
y dos pases miembros estn
presentes en esta reunin
GINEBRA, Junio
La discusin preliminar sobre
establecimiento de normas m-
nimas internacionales en varios
ramos del bienestar social, ocu-
par la 34a. reunin de la Con-
ferencia Internacional del "tra-
bajo que se iniciar aqui.
Delegados de la mayor parte
de los 62 pases miembros de
la OIT, de la cual esa confe-
rencia es una unidad, estn ini-
ciando la consideracin de un
temario de nueve puntos. An-
tes de que la conferencia ter-
mine el 90.de Junio se habrn
formulado varias recomenda-
ciones formales y convenciones.
Estas convenciones sern some-
tidas a la consideracin de los
pases miembros para su rati-
ficacin; las recomendaciones,
sern presentadas a los gobier-
nos a manera de gua.
De ser aprobadas las conven-
ciones, pasarn a ser parte del
Cdigo Internacional del Tra-
bajo, que ya comprende 98 con-
venciones y 88 recomendaciones
adoptadas en. reunion**, prevla&j
(USISi. igual remuneracin para hom-
bres y mujeres por trabajo de
igual valor; mecanismo para
sealar un salario mnimo en
la agricultura; objetivos y nor-
mas mnimas de seguro social;
relaciones industriales, inclu-
sive acuerdos colectivos y arbi-
traje y conciliacin voluntarlos;
y cooperacin entre las autori-
dades pblicas y las organiza-
ciones de patronos y empleados.
La delegacin de los EE. UU.,
como las r e p r e s entaciones
de otros pases, consiste de
cuatro delegados, dos en re-
presentacin del gobierno, uno
de los trabajadores y uno de
los patronos. Adems, la de-
legacin est asesorada y ser-
vida por 36 consejeros y oficia-
les.
Los delegados de los EE. UU.
Phillip M. Kaiser. Srlo. Au-
spn:
xtlia
xiliar del Trabajo, presidente;
Senador James E. Murray, de
Montana; Charles, P. McCor-
mick, de la McCormick and
CQBJBany, de .Baltimore: y Oeor
de la conferensV 9Mt:l9lX. J ge'-FUlJlTp DeAdy, representan-
Los delegadas discutan entre] te Internacional de la Pedera-
otros Asuntos los siguientes: I clon Americana del Trabajo.
Acheson discute detalles sobre
l poltica de Estados Unidos
en relacin con Formosa
PAGTJtft TIV
WASHINGTON, Junio
U3ISi El Secretarlo de li-
tado, Dean Acheson, declara ^ue
es poltica de los Estados Uni-
dos que 'no se permita que- For-
mosa caiga' en manes' de"y**-
tencias "hostiles, y "que las fuer-
zas navales y areas estn em-
plendose con el objeto de que
tlio no ocurra.
Al declarar hoy ante los co-
mits de Servicios Armados y
Relaciones Exteriores en las au-
diencias sobre la poltica en el
Extremo Oriente, Acheson d*o:
"Batamos asimismo prestando
ayuda militar a las fuerzas na-
cionalistas chinas en Formof a
fin de situarlas en una posicin
militar macho mejor que la que
tiene ahora.
"Ello es muy necesario para
a defensa de Formosa"-
En otra parte de su testimo-
nio, s le pregunt una vez mis
a Acheson si los Estados U.il-
dos haban llegado a la firme
conclusin de- que Formosa no
debe caer en manos hostiles.
"Nuestra posicin es la de gue
nos, vamos a dejar caer a Fur-
mosa en manos hostiles", con-
test Acheson. quien agrejO:
"Es nuestra poltica no permitir
que Formosa sea tomada por Ja
fuerza, y emplearemos todos ios
medios a nuestro alcance para
evitar que ello suceda".
PRIMERAS DAMAS.La viada Reina Mara, quien cumpli
84 aos el mes pasado, y la Reina Isabel, se divierten en el Festi-
val de Gran Bretaa en Londres. La Reina Madre, quien estuvo
enferma, usa una silla de ruedas. ,

AVISO IMPORTANTE
Poro poder hacer cambios de importancia que mejorarn el
servicio, ser necesario interrumpir/ la corriente elctrica
en todos los circuitos oV los sectores comprendidos entre
Avenida Central y (*s,#,$sfo/,rMnjie CdUs 25,.ttttf,yi
Caite 15 de Febrero, el Domingo 10 de Junio de 6:00 a.m.
a 9.00 a.m.
COMPAA PANAMEA
DE FUERZA Y LUZ
ha sido, es j ser siempre ni gran factor ea I desarrollo
' 7 progreso de Panam.
Expres sus punios
de vista al recibir
embajador coreano
WASHINGTON, Junio 8
La lucha contra la agresin co-
munista en Corea, declara el
Presidente Trman, ofrece "es-
peranza e Inspiracin" a los
pueblos que luchan contra la a-
gresin en estos momentos"
El Presidente agreg que con-
fia en* que los pueblos amantt ,s
d la libertad obtendrn pura
Corea "la paz. con Justicia a la
cual estamos dedicando nues-
tra lucha".
Truman expres sus puntos
de vista al aceptar las creden-
ciales del Dr. You Chan Year*
nuevo Embajador de laBenfl
blica de Corea en los Estatal
Unidos. El Dr. Yang sucede kki
ex-Embajador Jhn Myunfl
Chang, quien regres a Corea al
asumir, el puesto de Primer MW
nistro. i
AI presentar sus eredericlaf
el Dr. Yang expres el recono?
cimiento del pueblo de Corf, t
los Estados Unido* y dijo tfu!
Corea est deseosa de deaera?!
penar su plena participacin en!
la defensa del mundo Ubre.
"Tened la seguridad", dijo el|
Presidente "de nuestro' desed d*
cooperar con vuestro aran pjdfl
blo y gobierno en ej ms Alt'
grado n favor del otyetrro'trfO*1
clamado por Vuestra Excelcrrf
cia, de preservar, y proteger J
libertad, Justicia f democracia*.
ATRAPADO POR LOS BOBBIES.Los policial de Londres
sostienen firmemente a este agitador en las cercanas de la Corte
de Justicia de Bailey, durante las manifestaciones de protesta por
el arresto de varios dirigentes obreros.
------------------------------------------.----------r---------------.,-----_.
Los petroleros americanos no
muestran alarma por lo que
est ocurriendo en el Irn
Por JAY G. HAVDEN
(N.A.N.A.)

Ahora! puede Vd. volar
a SO
va
en conexin can Panair do Brasil
Ud. puede volar hora a la hermoaa capital
brasilea, ea poderoeoe cuatrimotore, via
El nter Americano y Panair, haciendo
inmediata! conexione en Lima.
Y aprorac/ie esta venfaya eitimodn*n:
deapua de visitar Rio, vuelva va
Montevideo, Bueno Airea, Santiago y
Lima, por una nfima -diferencia aobre la
tarifa normal de ida y vuelta.
lUa viaje que no olvidar jama* I
'fZ*
nicamente PANAGRA puede ofrecer
Servicio diario entre Bt. Ai. y EE. UU. (con estalas en
Santiago y Lima) en loa lujosos DC-6 de El nter Americano
para que Ud. viaje cmodamente a Rio y la* principales
ciudades de Amrica.
|Y come siempre!
Savicir.bisemanal "El Especial" Clase Turista
por la ruta de El Inter Americano y con rebajas de hasta
un 23%.
Servicio "Oourmet" de comidas. Refrigerio. Atencin
personal in tierra y ir La mayor experiencia como linea
aere y la pericia personal de su* famoso piloto*.
Contulit o mi ogenf do via ft y comprobord quo ninguno osTtr rfnoo oVoo 1* orraca ron o vntajai
PANACRA
PAN AMERICAN GKAC AUtWAYS
Oficinas d Paaaara ea Pista; Feaeme A|eacies Ce.
. WASHINGTON, Junio" (EPS).
Si bien se cree que la ca-
pitulacin de la Gran Bretaa
a la nacionalizacin, "en prin-
cipio," de sus propiedades pe-
troleras en Irn aumentar la
agitacin por medidas simila-
res en otros pases, los voce-
ros de la industria petrolera
norteamericana no muestran
gran alarma al respecto.
La experterrota demuestra *H-
cen esos voceros, que el sen^
tlmlento politico de los pases
productores de" petrleo reaccio-
na grandemente conforme a lbs
Ingresos que la poblacin reci-
be, y desde ese punto de vista
Iran ha sido el ms horrible
ejemplo en el mundo entero.
Mientras las regalas pagadas
en otros pases se han tripli-
cado, de acuerdo con los au-
mentos de precio del petrleo,
la Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
rehus constantemente elevar el
valor fijado en 1930, de cincuen-
ta centavos por barril. Por su-
puesto, esta actitud ha causa-
do hondo resentimiento en
Irn.
Una de las quejas de los eo-
lticos Iranios es que la men-
cionada empresa paga mas ul
gobierno britnico, en impues-
tos sobre las ganadas, de lo
que tiene que pagar al gobier-
no de Irn en impuestos y re-
galas, sin mencionar los divi-
dendos que el primero recibe,
como principal accionista de la
compaa.
. Esta tiene su .asiento, en Lon-
dres, sin que se informe mu-
cho a los Iranios acerca de su
manejo interno. Por ejemplo, la
marina de guerra britnica re-
cibe prcticamente todo su pe-
trleo de Irn, pero Jams se
ha dicho nbllcamente cunto
paga por l.
No teniendo participacin en
la administracin de la empre-
sa, dicen los Iranios, cmo pue-
den saber realmente cunto pe-
trleo es obtenido y si la ma-
rina britnica u otras entida-
des son tratadas preferente-
mente.
Tradlclonalmente, Irn ha
consistido en una pequea cla-
se dominante y una Inmensa
i ayoria de campesinos Igno-
rantes. La teora de los indus-
triales y comerciantes extran-
jeros ha sido la de que slo tie-
nen que preocuparse de dicha
minora y que la opinin de las
masas no merece ser tomada
en cuenta.
Pero las cosas cambiaron co-
mo resultado de la segunda
guerra mundial. La masa po-
pular recogi ciertas Ideas de]
i los ocupantes extranjeros, tan-
to rusos como norteamericanos.
Muchos jvenes iranios traba-
Jaron con tcnicos extranjeros,
algunos d ellos viajaron por el
occidente y ms tarde, al regre-
sar a su patria, pudieron ver
(Pasa a la Pg S Col SI
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Inmoderadamente suben los precios en el Interior
"V
La familia Gonzlez Revilla
fue la primera en ceder sus
tierras a la Interamericana
La familia del H.D. Alejan-
dro Gonzlez Revllla fue la pri-
mera familia cblrlcana en res-
ponder afirmativamente a la
solicitud del Gobierno en rela-
" eln con la cesin de tierras pa-
la la servidumbre de la carre-
tera Interamericana en el tra-
o David Remedios, segn fui-
moa Informados esta maana
por e) Ministro de Obras P-
Mcas Ing. Norberto Navarro.
El martes prximo se cele-
brara una reunin en la ciu-
dad de David, a la cual con-
currirn los propietarios de esas
tierras y el Lie. Diogenes Due-
as, representante legal del Go-
bierno y quien adelanta gestio-
nes para perfeccionar tos con-
tratos de cesin de esas tierras
al Gobierno Nacional.
El Ministro Navarro manifes-
t que se encuentra compla-
cido del elevado espritu pa-
tritico manifestado por los
propietarios chirlcanos y esti-
ma que debe servir de ejemplo
esta cooperacin puesta de ma-
nifiesto en bien de los Intereses
comunales.
cJLa b
uena^nu
t
tetn
Un servicio del Instituto de Nutricin de C. Amrica Panam
Protenas en la leche y sus productos
La leche contiene por lo me-
aos tres protenas: casena, lac-
toalbmlna y 1 a c t o g lobullna
Estas protenas son fcilmente
digeridas y proporcionan cidos
minados de tal clase y en tal
cantidad que colocan a este pro
riucto en primer plano por au e-
ficlencia nutritiva, teniendo la
gran ventaja sobre otras pro-
tenas de productos animales,
que son menos propensas a pro-
ducir putrefacciones dainas en
el tubo digestivo-
Las protenas de la leche son
tambin excelentes para suyle-
mentar las protenas de lo* ce-
reales y otros granos. El valor
nutritivo de la dieta humana es
enormemente aumentado con la
adicin de leche a sus cereales
qu* forman la base de su ali-
sa ato.
Va proteina ms importante
en la leche es la casena por ser
de ,alto valor biolgico, porque
aparece en cantidades abundan-
tes que las otras protenas y a-
demas hace posible la conserva-
cin de la leche en forma de
queso La estabilidad de esta
proteina se debe tambin a las
sales contenidas en la leche.
B queso" cOWHJ contiene toda
la casena y parte de las all.11-
ninas de la leche se le conside-
ra tambin como fuente mag-
nifica de proteina, tanto el qae-
.'o de crema como el descrema-
do. La cantidad de proteina en
una libra de un buen queso i-
guala a la contenida en un ga-
ln de lecne. Puesto iue el que-
k es. tan rico en proteina pue-
de servir en gran parte para
reemplazar la leche en la dieta
humana. Para apreciar la can-
tidad de protena en las dife-
rentes leches y quesos, se pie-
stntan aqui algunos valores
promedios de las medidas usua-
les de estos alimentos:
Lees lsuMa:
Un litro de leche completa: S2
gramos de proteina.
Un vaso de leche completa: 8
gramos de proteina.
Un vaso de leche descremada:
8 gramos de proteina-
Un vaso de leche evaporada:
12 gramos de proteina.
Leche ea per**:
Una cucharada de leche des-
cremada Kllm: 3 gramos de pro
tena.
Una cucharada de leche com-
pleta Kllm: 2 gramos de pro-
tena.
Una onza de queso a mexica-
no: g gramos de proteina.
Una onza de queso fresco: 5
giamos de protena.. .m -
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40 17 1 46
W 1 51
HORIZONTALES:
IPunto cardinal.
4Huelga.
gCanoa mexicana.
lInstituto Socialista Espaol,
Inic.
13Fluido aeriforme.
14Aade.
14Arteria del cuerpo humano.
17Paraso.
1*Humor acuoso de la sangre.
19Carbonato de cal natural
214}ue tienen vida.
23 Camino o direccin.
24Amarras.
25Del verbo colonizar.
2ftMedida inglesa de longitud.
30Sapos, en Cuba.
31Un millar.
32Formaciones coralinas.
34Relato da los tiempos
fabulosos.
35Crculos o redondeles.
36Quitan la vida.
37Hacen nudos.
40Nombre de mujer.
41Del verbo coser.
Ir-Contrarios a la ley.
^Rlo da Alemania.
Porcin que se desprende
de un liquido.
4nsar.
4*_Desabrlda
ifAnimales polares.
BlBaile cubano.
VERTICALES:
i a su original.
IEmplea.
M deriva de algo.
4 eces.
ANombre de mujer, Inv.
aTejlllo de malla.
'Respuesta de los dioses
paganos.
4Recurren en apelacin.
tJuez civil de los turcos.
10Letra castellana, Inv.
11Pelo de ciertos animales.
18Aves domsticas.
20Monte da Grecia.
21Medida espaola de
longitud.
23Ave cubana de plumas
negras, Inv.
23Del verbo rozar.
25Dignatarios de la Iglesia.
26Remdalos.
27Ex-emperatriz de Austria.
28 Ala sin plumas.
30 Natural de Mauretanla.
33Costado de una montaa.
34rbol pequeo.
36Migajas.
37Arboles leguminosos.
38Punto de Te rbita de un
cuerpo celeste.
39Emplees.
40Desafio.
43Artculo. Pl.
44Repeticin de sonido.
45Apcope de santo.
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filHUO OHO ..FJR0
aarjEjuiiritii nr-tiB
rHraiiKiinr.i'.ui :i*m
hus nn i .i
imam* -rcnrcn
fcJUiiiirJUFU] leHHU
IdtiU EdULi
I']LtJMtJUtJlHHIjH
HUBE GUfsWs.JI U
Los Gobernadores quieren que se
instalen Agencias del Seguro
Taboga se prepara
para celebrar sus
fiestas patronales
TABOGA, Junio 8 (Corres-
ponsal) Grande ea el en'.a-
slasmo que se nota entre los
moradores de esta simptica y
bella isla, por la celebracin de
las tradicionales festlvldaaes
que se avecinan, de la anticua
v devotsima fiesta de la Ex-
celsa Patrona de este pintores-
co rincn de Panam la mila-
grosa Virgen del Carmen, t,ue
se efectuarn en esta poblacin
durante los dias 14. 15 y 18 del
prximo mes de Julio.
La junta pro festejos del Car-
men constituida desde hace ya
varias semanas, tiene ya casi
terminado el extenso y variado
programa con que se dar re.l-
ce y esplendor a estas festivida-
des.
Ms adelante se dar a cono-
cer el programa de estas brt-
iUntes festividades acordado-.
por la Junta del Carmen.
No quieren que se
elijan alcaldes
en el futuro
CALAZAS Junio 8 (Correa-
ponaa No ms elecciones
para alcalde es el sentir gene .al
de esta comunidad convencidos
tie trne el ensayo ha ofrendo
pruebas contundentes de fraca-
so y decepcin en el pais.
Ms prctico haba resultado
las alecciones de gobernadores
da la provnola funcionarlos es-
tos que hoy resultan meras fi-
guras decorativas de la admi-
nistracin. Consideramos en to-
do pueblo de la repblica se ha
recibido experiencia desfavora-
bles de la medida y que se na-
ce necesario la accin conjunta
de los municipios en el sentido
ce solicitar a la Asamblea Na-
cional la derogatoria de dicha
disposicin provincial para vol-
ver a la prctica de aos ante-
riores.
Estas deben funcionar en las
cabeceras de las provincias
para atender a los asegurados
En la conferencias de Go cor-
ladores de Provincia, que Kvo
lugar al medioda en el Despa-
cho del Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, los Gobernadores apro-
baron una mocin en la cua se
pedia al rgano Ejecutivo in-
terviniera con la Gerencia y 1-
reetlva de la Caja de Seguro So-
cial en todas las cabeceras ue
provincia.
La mocin fu presentada por
el Gobernador de la Provincia
de Herrera don Manuel Va ta
Jr. y aprobada con gran entu-
siasmo, es del tenor siguiente:
Los Gobernadores de las Pro-
vicias de la Repblica, consioe-
ran que es asunte da inters
nacional la gestin del rgano
Ejecutivo ante la Directiva y
Gerencia de la Caja de Seguro
Social, para la creacin in.ne-
aiata de agencias de dicha uis
titucin en las provincias del
Interior' de la Repblica, a ln
de que los beneficios de la Ca-
ja d Seguro Social se extlcu-
can directamente hasta los ucc-
gurados del Interior, con las fa-
cilidades debidas a los sostene-
dores de la Institucin.
Presentada a la consideracin
de la conferencia de Gobeina-
clores por el Gobernador de la
Provincia de Herrera:
Panam, 9 de Junio de li'A.
En completo abandono las
escuelas de la Frontera
Pagan una singular
apuesta en Aguadulce
AGUADULCE Junio t (to-
iresponsali Muy simptico
result el sancocho que tin
Chan Mndez ofreci don A'
driano Robles con motivo de
haberle ganado el ltimo la a-
puesta sobre la fecha da la cal-
da del rgimen del Dr- Amuifo
Arias. El 31 de Mayo fu esco-
gido como meta de contro-
versia.
El agasajo fu servido en ca-
.sa d Chulto Urrlola, siempr
presto para esta clase de *ctt
vidades- El gape tuvo un fin de
xitos, ya que la junta patronal
de Aguadulce obtuvo la media-
tion de don Popo Chlari, Don
Chan Mndez. Don Adriano Ro-
bles para obtener un emprsti-
to del Banco Nacional con qu
poder terminar el saln "Yanls"
obra fruto del esfuerzo de un
uado de decididos aguad ules-
os.
Un grupo de distinguidas per
sones asisti a este sencillo pe-
ro significativo homenaje.
ARMUELLES, Junio 9, (Corres
ponsal) En un completo a-
bandono. que bien puede califi-
carse de traicin, a las altos In-
tereses educacionales de la Ac-
oten, viven las Eseuelas Fronte-
rizas de Breftn, Caas Gordas,
Los Planes, etc. No cuentan en
lo absoluto con material alguno,
ni siquiera el pabelln nacio.ial,
ni mapas de la Repblica tie-
nen, la labor que desarrollan los
maestros es titnica y solo por
que maestros como Rteaurte
Nflez en Breon y Horacio A>
liza en Planes secundados pj*
sus colegas en general han
i-uesto todo su corazn al servi-
cio da la Patria, se hace labor
en contra de viento y matea,
los nios no tienen libros de
textos ni hay donde compraros-
Cuadernas y lapices, jams man-
de el gobierno; casi todas las es-
cuelas son hechas por el esfuerzo
de los habitantes ayudados por
a Polica Nacional. A la escue-
la de Planes, lugar fronterizo
Inmediato, es un ranchn que
todos los aos tiene que cam-
biarle el techo de palmas, j-or
que ni siquiera ban podido can-
seguir el zinc correspondiente
Hacemos, pues, un llamado a
las altas autoridades del ramo,
especialmente en estos momen-
tos en que estn a manos del
frente Patritico de la Juvenr
tud para que encaren resueliv-
mente este problema y ponga
*n a esta vergenza naci.-..'!,
una vez por todas. Muchos hfcrt
sido loe polticos qpe han one-
cido estas escuelas, pero no han
cumplido. La Junta Municipal
de Educacin del Bar, en reu-
nin que efectu anoche, donde
sd le rindi un Informe detalla-
do del estado Increble en que
se encuentra la educacin na-
cional casualmente en los luga-
res donde debera ser mejor quo
en el resto del pas, dispuso so-
licitar a cada escuela una lis-
ta detallada de sus ms urgen-
tes necesidades para ayudarnos
en lo posible, hasta tanto el Es-
tado cumpla OOn sus obligacio-
nes para los esforzados maes-
tros de la frontera. Nuestras fe-
licitaciones por su incansable
lucha, para los habitantes le
esos pueblos nuestro consejo de
r.o votar en eleccin alguna hss
ta tanto no se onga ln esta
humillante situacin.
Suspendidos gastos
de representacin
oe un Qoronie
Los gastes de representacin
del Superintendente del Ferro-
carril de Chirlqul fueron sus-
pendidos de acuerdo con infor-
mes suministrados a un redac-
tor de este diario por al Mi-
nistro Navarro.
El Ministro Navarro declar
que se haba llegado a esta
decisin por considerar que es-
tos gastos no se justificaban.
Sobre el Ferrocarril de Chlrlqui
el Ministro Inform que se le
estaba haciendo frente al so-
bredio de B. 27,000.00. exis-
tente all y que actualmente
existen en Caja B. 2,000.00 li-
brea para gastos y manteni-
miento de elertos servicios In-
dispensables.
llama i El Panam Amrica?
2-0740
El arroz ha subido 2 centavos
y medio por libra y el querosn
cinco centesimos por galn -
Infontvacloies qw nos" llegan del interior de )a>
Repblica nos indican que hay-gran alarma por la '
manera como estn subiendo los artculos de prime-
ra necesidad, sin que haya posibilidad de que las au-
toridades tomen medidas para evitar esta aha in- '
moderada.
I
Piden al Ministro
Navas gestione la
carretera a Salad
COLON, g (RCS) Las habi-
tantes de Salud y Rio Indio ca-
neran que au Excelencia, don
Vctor Navas Ministro de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, gestione ciwr.-
lo antesala construccin de la
carretera que comunicar a los
citados pueblos eoq esta ciucad
En mil novecientos cuartilla
y ocho cuando desempeaba el
seor Navas el cargo de Qojtr-
nador de esta Provincia, deaos-
ir todo su mayor inters por
dotar a esa consta de una va
etc comunicacin adecuada. Era
tanto, el nteres demostrado en
aquella ocasin por el hoy Mi-
nistro Navas que l se respon-
sabiliz, llevando la direccin de
ia obra.
Este corresponsal recuerda
que en visita de Inspeccin que
hiciera en aquella poca, los tu-
gares donde tendra que pa,tu-
la va, pudo costatar que este
diligente hombre pblico no s-
lo tenia la responsabilidad del
trabajo sino que en muchas c-
casidnes lo vi defender los in-
tereses del costeo con personas
ajenas a el progreso de los pue-
blos olvidados.
En la escuela de
Juan GH nombran
un Instructor
Oradas a la cooperacin va-
iiosa y decidida del Ministerio
da Agricultura y Comercio, es-
pecialmente en su seccin de
Extensin Agrcola, el Clu de
Padres de Familias en la escue-
la de Juan Gil, ha conseguido
los servicios de un Instructor
Agrcola, quien Inici los traba-
jos en la finca de esta escuela,
desde la segunda semana da ta-
boras.
Tenemos en servicie un pe-
queo arado tira d'6> por una
junta de bueyes, una rastra V
otros Implementos mea Con ia
cooperacin del supervisor de la
aona "E". seor Robustlano lar-
gara, del Director de la escuela
V del Instructor Agrcola, seor
Marino Centeno, se fund la se-
riedad agrcola "Futuros Agri-
cultores de Juan Ol", con el
propsito- de levantar, concien-
cia agrcola en la eonjtunldad 7
ea el alumnado de est escuela.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
Ayude a sufAbnorranas
SI tifa* Imorrm aa
romain, hemorragia, almorranaa In-
l ia probar *l Chinaroid. Kn aocoi minu-
ta* 1 Chmartia prlnclai a eaaaaati
!as alnorranaa 4a trai na.aa.araa:
. Calma al dolor y la raimidn. 1. Ayo-
da Mofar loa tiido adolorido**
aaaAn'ai'irritad Solicita ai
hiara> a aa bata or aalaaaa.
En Chiriqu el arroz ha subido dos centavos y \
medio por libia y el querosn cinco centavos, por ga- I
ln, lo mismo que en otras localidades como Vera- I
juas. \
Se nos ha pedido que hagamos pblica la incon-
formidad por esta inexplicable alza, que viene a per- ,
judicar a millares de familias pobres, sobre todo en
esta poca de penuria porque viene atravesando el
P'\ A W A u t,-. ... v
Asimismo, en el telegrama que se nos enva pro-
cedente de Chiriqu. se nos pregunta si existe la Jun-
ta de Control de Precios y qu hace.
Esta noche toma posesin la
Directiva dei "Pesero"
Esta noche terjdr lugar el
acto de la toma de posesin do
la Nueva Directiva de "PESE
UNIDO", cuyo gobierno ha que-
dado constituido asi:
Presidente: Csar Arjona C.
Vlce-Presidente: Miguel de la
Torre.
Secretarlo de Actas: Lauren-
tino Arjona,
Tesorero: Antonio Palma-
Secretarlo de Propaganda: A-
ciarcimedes Espinosa.
Los dinmicos miembros de la
Asociacin Cvica "PESE UNI-
DO" han preparado un simpa*
tico programa para el acto de'
la toma de posesin.
Se nos ha informado que scaf
servido un buffet ertaUo-y'tu-*
minado ste, se Iniciar un oal-i
lj cot muy buena orquesta do
id Cadltal.
Bl acto se llevara a cabo en
el saln de sesiones de la Con-,
federacin Interiorana en la *.->
venida B. Na 48, altos de lay
Nueva, Campana.
Jefe de Sanidad, de Chorrera \
ha amenazado con condenar el
mercado por su psimo estado
no^fTIliey sou
Se nos ha enviado 1st siguiente
carter'
Chorrera, f de *naBo de 19W<
Seor Director de
SI Panam Amrica".
IVesente.
Seor Director:
Nos seria muy grato le diera
cabida a este comunicado en su
muy digno y laido peridico que
usted dirige.
Seor DlrMttr, nosotros tes
chorreranos 'nos preguntamos,
unos a los otros, en qu pieniun
los seores Concejales de cate
Distrito, que ya no han votado
una partida para la reparad-'*'.
del mercado publico, no es per
falta de recursos, porque en la
caja de la Tesorera hoy fondos
para pagar los gastos que oca-
siones dicha reparacin; y sino
Qttf el Tesorero diga s hay o
no. *'"
Los servicios sanitarios de es-
te mercado, se encuentran en el
desastre mas grande que se La-
ya visto en desaseo, porque el a-
gua all brilla por su ausencia
/pofceue el
poblacin tame
Mina'de plomoflBI jitaa sou.e
todos los consumidores de. agua
de este distrito, porque se lsssl
cobra el agua sin usarla y et|
que no la hay-
No sabemos si es que los se*'
ores Concejales, estn esperad
co que el eor Daniel Bravo,'
Jefe de Sanidad, proceda aJ
condenar dlcno edificio, cojioj
se los ha hecho saber en nota
lechada de s de Marzo de 1V51.|
Anochecer, seores Conceja-
les y veremos il ustedes dojmv
condenar dicho mercado.
Dndole las gracias antic!,-;.-!
dumente seor Director pofi
vuestra cooperacin en etal
campaa de mejoramiento pT*'
nuestro pueblo.
Sus atentos y seguros se/vl!
dores. '
Jase S. Agullar
Cd. 38-17611
Julio it. Ayala
Cd. 46-3576
Rafael Briceft*
?>
El "Aviso Oportuno
Es Barato v Efectiva
The Chase National Bank
t the CitJ> of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B 5,283,000,000.00
Transacciones Bancaras en General

SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
\os Eip+rinlirumos an t FinmcimmUnto 4$
Importacin** y Exportmonm
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
n i
Paga 2% le inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas de
- primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsito mangles de S/.0.25: S/.0.50; B/.1.00
y I/.5.0O, por un periodo da cuarentjecho (4t)
manea. .ann
Oficinas ea Panam: Ave. Central esquas cea Calle T*
Oficinas ea Colea: Calle del Create esquina cea Calle 7a.
HORAS:
S a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. t 12 m.
Q. A. De ROUX,
Administrador
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Snb-Adminlatrader.
canal ea Cela


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SBADO. JUNIO 9, 1951
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEFENDIZNTB
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de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
ORAS: :# a .:# a.m.
.artado 114
Alntierto en El Panam
8. E. el Ministro de Gobierno
y Justicia. Lio. Miguel ngel
Ordonez, ofreci hoy un aftnue/-
o en el Saln Panamericano
del Hotel El Panam, en honor
de los So*e/nedorea da Pro-
vincia, quienes' se encuentran
actualmente en nuestra capi-
tal.
Cernid
El seor Toms Gabriel Du-
que y seor Macla L. de Du-
ojue ofrecieron tina eomlda en
el Hotel El Panam, en honor
MISA v
Por ti eterna desesas* > la que asi vida se llama
JULIA ORSINI DE SALAZAR
Se dir el Lunes 11 de los corrientes en la Iglesia
de San Jos, las C:M .m.
Fausto Salazer, Oritela Salasar de Fasano, Humberto
Fasano. Ricardo y Paulino Salaur O. y dems deudos
agradecern la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
ELIMINE LAS CANAS
i
."ACEITE VEGETAL MEXICANO
Devuelve s los cabellos su primitivo color,
hayan sido stos rubios, castaos o nejros.
No es nocivo No mancha
Es un producto de calidad
t
Premiado an varias Exposiciones.
Distribuidor: Jaime Ventura E.
NECESITA UD.
REPARAR SU INODORO
SU FREGADOR
o necesita cualquier Articulo de Plomera
Le ofrecemos un surtido compjeto en cala lrtta.
ALMACENES DE
WSL
Ava. Central y Calle 5 No. 24 Ave. Central No. 40.
LA MUEBLERA COLON
te Jos Mara Gonzlez
avisa al pblico en general que l
Sr. Jorge Enrique Garca
ya no es agente de dicha mueblera.
Se advierte al pblico que no se hace
responsables por pago alguno que se le
haga a dicho seor.
Coln, 9 de Junio de 1951.
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101 RREfOt
'UCRQNIZADOS*
COTY
tu S
1 IM"........ I I Ill
del seor Irle Brleas y seora,
quienes se encuentran en nues-
tra capital, de paso para los
astados Unido.
Reciba
La seorita Alda Nriez, bija
del Dr. Rodrigo Nones y seo-
ra Alda A. de Nez, tendr el
placer de recibir a sus amista-
des esta noche a las 8 p.m. en
la residencia de sus abuelos, Dr,
Juan J. Amado y seora Asun-
ta 8. de Amado.
Atasaja
La Srta, Tilcia. Robles .ofrece
hoy un t en su residencie, pa-
ra agasajar a la r latu**, quien contraer ma-
trimonio con el Ing. Edgardo
Caries, y a la seorita Ana
Eugenia Cllela, quien contrae-
r matrimonio con el seor Co-
ln Lara. Un grupo de sus a-
mlgs na sido invitado a este a-
giuajo. ______
Para les Otadas Unidos
Grato paseo le deseamos a las
seoras Gladys J. de Btruuz,
Alda J. de Quljano, Mara Es-
ter A. de Vallarino y Lola El-
vira de la O. de Porras, quienes
siguen hoy para Miami en don-
de pasarn una corta tempo-
rada.
Para Cela Rica
Despus de haber pasado va-
rias semanas en nuestra espi-
ta!, regreso en das pasados a
San Jos la seora Virginia
ronseca de Gonzlez. La des-
pedimos.
Sociales de Coln
Par JUDITH BERTONCIM
re ast aetde lea*
Felicitacin
En el da de ayer celebr un
ao mas de vida el nlflo Ro-
gelio A. Paredes c. Le deseamos
Jue esteje muchos aos ms
enos de IcUeldad.
Agasaje
Ayer se vio agasajado por un
grupo de sus amistades con mo-
tivo de su onomstico el seor
don Antonio Saad. De la clu-
fad de Panam vino su hijita
ida a pasar ese da coa su
padre.
A las muchas felicitaciones
que haya recibido* don Antonio,
le hacemos llegar las nuestras
muy cordiales.
De vacaciones
Con notas sobresalientes ter
min su ao de kindergarten en
1 Colegio Santa Marta la Inte-
ligente nia Narclsa Ester Joly,
hija del hogar de don Adal-
berto Joly y seora. La felici-
tamos y le deseamos mucho
xito en su prximo ao es-
colar.
'TIT i
PAGINA CINCO
La derrota de su ley financiera
puede hacer el gobierno ingls
No se sabe an si el Partido
Conservador va a desatar un
violento ataque contra la ley
De las Estados Unidos
Orata estada le deseamos al
seor Jaime de los Casares,
quien lleg ayer a nuestra ca-
pital con el fin de pas*r una
temporada visitando a sus pa-
dres, B. E. el Embajador de Es-
paa y la Condesa de Rbago.
Llegaron hoy de California,
en donde pasaron una larga
temporada el seor Carlc Na-
varro Jr. y seora Mariana de
Navarro. Les presentamos un
cordial saludo de bienvenida.
Saludamos al seor Roy Wat*
son y seora Elsa E. ds Watson,
quienes acompaados de sus ni-
os regresaron ayer de los Es-
tados Unidos.
Llega of -* -Panam roar *J
fin de pasar varias semanas Vi-
sitando a sus abuelos, tenor
Emmanuel Lyons y seera Bea-
triz A. de Lyons, la .seorita
Matilde de la Guardia Lyons.
Grata estada le deseamos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Jorge Porras y se-
ora Dora B de Porras, quie-
nes cumplen *n esta fecha sie-
te aos de casados.
Graduandas m
Esta tarde a las 5, en la
Iglesia Medalla Milagrosa, reci-
birn su diploma de Perito Mer-
cantil las seoritas Qabby He-
lena Mndea, Henlta Gonzlez y
Lia Yolanda Valle M.
Para estas tres Inteligentes
seoritas les hacemos llegar
nuestras felicitaciones.
Para Estados Unidos
Maana domingo sale por la
via area para los Estados Uni-
dos, en viaje de negocios, el
seor don Roberto Endara.
Buen viaje le deseamos.
Aniversario de matrimonio
En el di de hoy celebran su*
bodas de papel los esposos se-
or Pablo Honno y seora Ve-
rnica de Honno. Con tal mo-
tivo les hacemos llegar un cor-
dial saludo.
De vacaciones
Procedente de Nueva York, en
donde se encuentra estudiando,
llegar el lunes por va area
el joven David Cerko, para pa-
sar sus vacaciones al lado de
sus padres. Para l nuestro sa-
ludo de bienvenida y le desea-
mos unas placenteras vacacio-
nes en uta ciudad.
Enfermes
Pronto restablecimiento la de-
seamos al seor Alfonso La-
vergne. quien sufre quebrantos
de salud en el Hospital Pana-
m.
Abandonan el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin na-
cido se encuentra de nuevo en
u residencia la seora Dorls
X. de Obalda.
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seora Marta J. de
Morrice. quien abandon ayer el
hospital.
Por H. J. SARGINT
(N.A.N.A.)
LONDRES, Junio (EPS).- El
gobierno britnico se muestra
cauteloso en relacin con los
debates sobre la ley financie-
ra, .que ser presentada a la
Cmara de lo* Comunes esta
semana. Los dirigentes laboris-
ta* pidieron a sus parlamen-
tarlos que no se alejaran mu-
cho de Westminster este fin
de semana que acaba de pa-
sar, con el fin de poder man-
tenerse en comunicacin cons-
tante con ellos, si era del cu-
so.
Se sabe que ha habido mu-
cha reuniones extraordinarias
de dirigentes laboristas, para
cerciorarte de que la ley
que incluye varias adiciones al
presupuesto es presentada y
discutida conforme al plan a-
doptado; sin embargo, no se
sabe todava si los conserva-
dores van a desatar un ataque
en gran escala contra ella.
Una derrota en una proposi-
cin de Importancia, en rela-
cin con el presupuesto, podra
causar la cada del gobierno
laborista, y para evitar esto, los
miembros laboristas de la C-
mara han recibido instruccio-
nes de estar siempre listos pa-
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Hildaura F. de Bentez.
tt verdedrrameat* le Hachich*, le fade qae
ee*e I fia r taker la* !. Ceta, dee
P*attd t evMMride al )> tie***, t,u.
1e tattoo, pace atce de celebrarte el aeatriaae-
eie. Petar Vaa Arde* lies*, eialiea a Kalie ej.e
el aiae ajaje vio era ebrias j le reaaeva ra
1 dj aiar. ..Iart, fearroeenaeate, deraelve
a Ksiie e- a-J.br..
Sra. Elid M. de Townshend.
Sra. Dora D. de Ortega Vleto,
Nia Damarls Mendoza.
Nia Lupita Snchez del Busto.
Don Laurencio Cont Jan.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Srta. Ana Cecilia Valds Al-
mengor.
Srta. Olga Valds Peralta.
Dr. Agustn Arengo N.
Sr. Mario Preciado.
ifla Maria Eugenia Strunz
Jimnez.
Dolor di Espalda
SI aire Vi. te levenVetee aer-
turnae, Soler Se eeaalaa. Soler 4*
Siernae, ptrdlte TuTtr. nervloal-
a4 o debillda*. eeke ayudar lnm-
SleUmeate la (tatele retate
en ROOKNA. Sita auravllloia
nadlclna 1 haca aanlir nea Jevee.
aaaa fuerte J dormir. III Interrue-
eiea. Cerner RdUENA a bollea.
POSTEES RQUICITOS
W POCOS MINUTOS
aVyaJ.ie.eNL.
te eereteier nm astillen y
se seMHi:
COMUNICADO DEL
IANC0 AGROPECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
En sesin de la Junta Directiva del Banco Agro-Pecuario
a Industrial, celebrada el da siete de lo corriente* con asistencia
d represeatante de les matarifes y expendedores de carne, se
aborde ti preblema del alsa que actualmente ha experimentado el
precio de la carne debida a la escasez de ganado que tedet los
anos ocurre en esta misma poca.
Despus de haber expuesto sus puntos de vista, tanto los
matarifes eome los expendedores y despus de haberse discutido
en detalle la situacin del. problema en tedos tos aspeetot, se
entine entre lee presentes sealar cerno precio tope de la res
descuartlisda. la sama de veinticuatro centesimos <*.) per Ubra,
mientras dure la actual emergencia.
Le* representantes 4* los xpmdcderee convinieren en ne
alimentar al precie de venta al por menor en cada libra, sama
que exceda de la cantidad tjae loa matarife* se vean obligados
aumentarles per libra sobre los precio* establecido* dentro del
precie tepe indicado.
Esto significa qae I haberse visto obligados los matarifes
a aumentar ea an centavo el preoio de la earne per cada Ubra.
lee expendedores ne aaa.tt.Urin al pnblko ms de nn centavo
sobre les preelee qae han venido cobrando al por menor hasta
nace poce.
Ese emente, qae ce mnimo, slo darar de ano a do* matee
ms, mientras se normalise la situacin de la earne.
Panam, Junio f a* 1M1.
BANCO AORO-PECUABIO E INDUSTRIAL
Eduardo Vallarino
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ra acudir al Parlamento en el
instante que se les pida.
Es muy probable que uno de
loa debate* principales va a
ser provocado por la decisin
del secretario del tesoro, de au-
mentar los Impuestos sobre la
gasolina en cuatro peniques y
medio por galn. Los Impuestos
actuales fueron dictados el 10
de abril.
Los conservadores se opon-
drn a tal aumento, lo mismo
que al que tienen las entra-
das a cinematgrafos, y tam-
bin al proyecto para subir los
impuestos sobre las ganancias
de las empresas Industriales del
treinta al cincuenta por cien-
to.
igualmente pedirn que pa-
ra el proyectado aumento de
Impuestos personales se tome
como base un Ingreso de qui-
nientas libras esterlinas al ao,
en ves de las cuatrocientas que
el proyecto de ley contempla;
asimismo proponen que para
las personas mayores de sesen-
ta y cinco ao* a* tome como
base un lngreo anual de seis-
cientas libras, en vez del de
quinientas que los laboristas
sealan.
Mientras tanto, la industria
del carbn nacionalizada por
el gobierno laborista est
ofreciendo su prod veto a un
precio algo menor que antes
y en este sentido ha callado
a algunos, aunque no a todos,
los critico* de la nacionaliza-
cin.
El carbn costar ahora diez
chelines por tonelada menos
EL ETERNA MATIC CAUSA
EXPLOSION ATMICA EN SUIZA
En la ciudad, de Orenchen.
Suiza, ha ocurrido una verda-
dera explosin cientfica, cuya
importancia industrial para los
suizos es comparable a la del
lanzamiento de la primera bom-
ba atmica por los norteameri-
canos en el campo de batalla.
Los tcnicos de la fbrica de
relojes Eterna han lansado al
mercado el ETERNA MATIC,
cuya aparicin ha "revolucionado
bsicamente el funcionamiento
de los relojes ETERNA en tal
forma que los otros relojes co-
mnmente conocidos basta hoy,
se puede decir que se han que-
dado medio siglo atrs.
Conversando nosotros con el
Sr. Nat Mndez, en sus oficinas
de la Calle J No. 15, distribuidor
de las ETERNA MATIC en la
Repblica de Pa am, le soli-
citamos una explicacin prcti-
ca sobre la sensacin aplicada
que representa el nuevo reloj
ETERNA MATIC, y l nos res-
pondi con una serle de amplia-
ciones grficas convincentes que
se resumen asi: lo. El ETERNA
MATIC es el primer reloj auto-
mtico en el mundo, cuya masa
o peso oscilante que le da cuer-
da, gira sobre balines o bolas
de acero eliminando asi una se-
rle de engranajes, pivotes y re-
sortes que son motivo de mo-
lestias y continuas reparaciones
en los relojes comunes. 2o. El
ETERNA MATIC se da cuerda a
si mismo en un ngulo; dVTn-ef j
grados, ya sea girando la ntw5
hacia atrs o hacia adelante.
abollndose de este modo loa
resortes de topes a amortigua-
dores que siempre han causado
tamos dolores ce cabeza a fa-
bricantes y relojeros. So. El nui -
vo dispositivo del TER v
MATIC permite mayor suavkd,
en los movimientos. evlU tat-
mente el desgaste de piones,
y proporciona en el menor tiem-
po la mayor reserva de cuerda
nas'a ahora roioclda en reloiei
de pulso aromticos. Y 4o. La
gran precisin y efectividad del
sistema han probado su eficacia
tcnica y prctica en el solo
hecho de que se ha conseguido
fabricar, con el dispositivo del
ETERNA MATIC. el reloj auto-
mtico ms pequeo del mundo.
Anteriormente no era posible
obtener relojes autorhAtice* pa-
ra seoras en estos tamaos tan
reducidos.
Para que se puedan formar
una idea de) derroche de preci-
sin y tcnica usado en la fa-
bricacin del ETERNA MATIC,
piensen Uds., nos dijo el Sr.
Mndez, en el hecho de que el
ETERNA MATIC funciona sobre
5 bolitas de un dimetro de
85/100 de milmetro cada una
y que 10*0 de estas bolitas slo
llegan a pesar un gramo, y son
capaces de flotar en el agua fin
hundirse.
3ue durante el Invierno pasa-
o. Estos precios se manten-
drn hasta el 19 de julio en-
trante. Del 18 de julio al 31 de
agosto el precio aumentar dos
chelines y medio por tonelada
y del l de septiembre al 30 de
octubre, uno y medio ms. Pe-
ro aun asi, el precio ser me-
Fortalzcase lomando el
-
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
ARQUES DE RISCAL
RIOJA ESPAHA
VINO TINTO SUPERIOR
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DE VENTA:
EN US PRINCIPALES BODEGAS
Agente: JAIME VENTURA ESCUDE
nor que el ao anterior, y no
hay duda de que esto consti-
tuye un buen argumento a fa-
vor del gobierno laborista y do
su poltica de nacionalizacin
de esta Industria.
CASP
Pira limpiar la cana jr calmar la pica
lave 111 cili y la de >ui nirloa ca la p<
madachampil Pioilna. Pieiionn ra la cahea
7 el cuerpo; crupcioect leeee ra la pial, i-
jiollai j rajaauraa m lot eiea, Piejina
tima, njitruye ptriai'oi ,n I cabaie
turtee wtloaa. Compre PIOJINA en bo':
I ^V *I'4iidI
Pava caartar la tos y
aflojar la flema, de-
rrite VipoRub an
agr hirviendo a in-
hale lot vaporas, Al
acostarte, (rota pi-
cho, cuello, y atcala
con VtpoRub. _
V.cKvApoRue
O0N0MIC0S
Vutlos todas deliciosas!
Una manera fcil de dar varie-
dad a la* comidas es empezar eon
una de les 21 cltses d* la* ricas
y nutritivas Sopa* Campbell's.
Hay sopas de toda* clases, desde
la opa tina para comidas de gran
tono hasts la sopa que e* "casi una
comida completa." Pruebo hoy
una sapa nueva, distinta, tina do
la*21 clase*de Sopas Campbell's.
UIO S la (Ha* (baea el CileryT
(tltO H IfS (IwtlH
Ule* [JctCIS (Sntca trata)
CaINE ti ES (laai)
(UNE K ES ton TaUlllNIS (teat I
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(OHeM Kaeuaaai)
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IUISMTES Nm Ne)
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MU A U Cat** JCieta el (k.iaaa)
MU* (W alIK mtm iM ln>)
r*ll* 1 OUiattal ICkttea lete)
relio OM IIUIIES (Uickaa Naaete)
me tt ner (ti )
TtUUTE (lmale)
mimes (Vea.u.!i|
VEiETIIIIU IVi.w.k. Valuable)
minus os nui tt us
(Vaeatean-laal)
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VIAJE HED0ND0,
TARIFAS DE EXCURSION
nicamente Pn Amor*
c*n le ofrece la oportunidad
de visitar Lot Angelo, s esto
bajttimo precio combinado de
excursion, en vi*or hasta Sep. j
tiembre 30, con lmite de 30
dai en el tramo Matice Loe
Angelo y da 60 da pera conv
pUttr el viaje entere.
El Vuelo ms Rpido
**> P A A usted vutlt s Lo*
Anfelei m un nlidi,
aprovechando el hijoto servi-
cio en DC-6. sin tscttii. des-
de la Ciudad de Mtsieo.
Ves a tu At*Hle it Vitjti t a
CONDIMIACAI UNtlN BOIll UIJA U HIOUIT* ROJA Y HANCA
PawAmerican
Himia Aimtxrx
Pintad: Calle "L" Ne. J.
Ttl. t 0070 *
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Miscelneas
APROVECHE:Pinturea y etcviltea
extro blilante a pruebo de moho.
B.3.25 joln. Almucene Tropidu-
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ASINCIAS GLOBALIS. Vm Isp-
ela, lleiendo 're*. '"
S-15M.________________________.
VACACIONB ICONOMICAS
MIAMI ilACN7 diet 1.174.25
Pasaje,' Traslados, Alojamiento, Ex-
cursiones.
NEW YOWCi iipi mit .7.15
Paioie en tren, Troslodos, Aloiomien-
to, Excursiones.
MIXICO 10 diet 1.125.00.
Posoje. Troslodos, Alojamiento, Ex-
cursiones. '
PANAMA TOURS TRAVEL SWVJCI
Ave. Trverli No. 18. Panomo 2-2006.
SE VENDE:Perritos Cocker Sponiel
K. C. negros, registrados. Llamar
Albrook, 86-2226.________________
SE VENDE: Planta elctrico
'ONAN' 5 Kw. 115 Voltios. 60
ciclos'. Mofiono Arosemeno 46,
Tallar elctrico Blake.___________
Veame y teftrtomoj vidrio da -
dos tomnos, CA. DULCIDIO
GONZALEZ N.. S. A. Fabrico da
Moiaieot, Ave. Cubo No. 8.
Por fin nos lletjo da nuavo Camanto
Plstico, pego de todo contra to-
cto CA. DULCIDIO GONZALEZ
N.. S. A. Fabrico da Mosaicos.
Ave. Cubo Nj. 8._______________
Acabamos de recibir cemento blan-
co para la vento. CA DI NOi.ll-
GA. $ A. Posadeno. No. 15, Tal
3-0260. ________
SE VENDE:Cachorros lobos, puro
sangre, B.10.00, gabinete oir
acondicionado. Carrier 3/4 ton. B.
J85.00. Perfectas condiciones, bo-
ta 16 pies, con trailer y. motor
Johnson. 22 C. F. Todo por B 500.
00 o Mparodometne. Tl. 3-2506.
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SE VENDEN: Cachorros finos, 5
" semanas. Familio Vilor. Calle 9a.
Parque Lefevre, Bornodp Ponom
Amaneo. 41 ____'
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA.
DI LIFEVM Tel. 2-SI32
VEND L0TIS
Pife inicial minima 1.100.00
Mensual 1.15.00
Lotes con Collas y Acueductos de'
lo Ciudad desde B.1.00 el metro.
. Alquilamos equipo pasado poro
movimiento de tlerro.
Alquilamos lotes o largos plazos.
Club da Iotas, B.3.00 y 8.4.00
semanales.
SE VENDE:Coso amoblada, piso
mosaicos, cieloroso Celotex, en
Santa Clara, Balboo 3448, despus
5 p. m.
Mndez y Zubieta ofrece en venta
acciones Abattoir.
SE VENDE:Panadera "La Luna,".
Buen controto, caso, buenos con-
diciones vento. Tel. 2-3869. Calle
5a. No. 34-A. Apto. 10. Jorge
Athonaseadis, de 12:30 p. m. ade-
lante.
SE ALQUILA:O *e vende refresque-
rio-Cafetero. lugor cntrico. Infr-
mese Colle Domingo Daz, Modis-
tera 'Gloria. De 6-8 p. m.
SE VENDE;300 acciones Cemento
Ponam. Liorna Tel. 3-2243_, 12-2
p. m. 6-8 p> m._______
SANCAS: Parqu,Lc/|iu. Calla J3t.}
Chalet de 2 recmlros. 1 barias,
sola y comedor, cuorto de servicio,
piscina. B.10,000.00, facilidades
de pago. II Valla: Chalet sobre
Iota con ro, muebles, accionat dal
acueducto. B.5,500.00. Lotes:
Altos del Golt, a B.1.75 M2 y de-
mis urbanizaciones a precios imi-
larmente bajos. Wolff y Qia., Ca-
lle 5.. 22, Tal. 2-2388.,
SE VENDE:: (Sin intermediario^.
Lotes en "El Cangrejo" cerca del
Hotel y en alto; lotes desde 600
metros en "El Coco" |unto Chalet
Chesterfield; lotacitos -de B.2.000.
00, en oho. contiguos Calle 10o.
San Francisco. Todos con oxcelen-
trae terreno en Vio Porras y coso
lase Via Porras No. 66, telfono
3-2407.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Motivo vioje. Lincoln
1950. hidromitieo, radio, llantas
nuevas, 14,500 millas corrido
$2,500.00. Telfono 875 de 11 o
1 p. m. y de 5-7 p. m. Coln.
SE COMPRA:Carro Panel, pora re-
parto, en buenas condiciones y ba-
rato. Llame al telfono 2-3102.
Entre 8 a. m. y 5 p. m.
SE VENDE: 1946 Buick Sedan,
perfectas condiciones mecnicas.
Llantas nuevas, tapicera nylon, B.
775.00. Colle 41 No. 11, Apto.
B. Tel. 3-2997 .
SE VENDE:Automvil De Soto de
tres asientos, propio para vioie al
interior. Tel. 2-0091.
Antes de comprar su carro va al
Sr. Lobo. El tiene los mejores ca-
rros usodos de lo plaza. AUTO-
LANDIA, Ave. 4 de Julio No. 13.
Telfono 2-3185.
SE VENDE:Comioneto (Panal da
Reparto) morco International, mo-
delo 1949 en mognificas condicio-
nes y buen precio. Sterling Pro-
ducts Jnternotionol. Calle 29 Este
No .4. Telfono 3-1697.
SE VENDE:CodiHoc 1950. modelo
61, negro sedon. Cadilloc .1951,
modelo 61, negro sedan, con ra-
dio, llantas bloncos (extras), nue-
. vo, pora entreg inmediata en I*
agencia. Una gra marca Loroine
de 15 tonelodos con pluma de 45
pies. 3 camiones International,
Volquete K 1 I de 5 toneladas. Un
camin Volquete. International K8
da 10 ruedas con wincha. 4 auto-
buses de metal con carrocera
Wayne Chevrolet. Llame al tel-
fono 3-01 14 de 8 o. m. a 6 p. m.
o al 3-2487 de 6 p. m. o 9 evm.
LECCIONES
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento mo-
derno, sala, comedor, 2 recmaras,
cuarto servicio, garage, etc. Calla
47 No. 3. Llama 3-3338.
SE ALOUILA:Apartamento de dos
recamaras, con garoge, facilida-
des para Idvor ropa. Calla 10 P01-
tilln, seccin estrictamente resi
dencial. $80.00. Tal. 2-2021 o 3-
1637, Ponami.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento grande,
garage, calla. 46 casa 27, infrma-
se apartamento 8.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento inde-
pendiente, dos cuartos, cocina, El
Carmen No. 92, Juan Franco. In-
formes misma casa.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o. Lime Tel. 3-0971 da 7 A.
M. o 4 P. M.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, una
recmara, muy fresco, en calle 52
No.. 18 (cerca hotel "El Ponami")
informes Apto. No. 8.
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SE ALQUILA:Apartamento fresco,
cntrico, dos recmaras, cocina,
servicios independientes, altos A-
vanida "A" No. 16, B.55.00.
SE ALQUILA -^portamento amplio,
fresco, acabado da pintar, nico
an los altos, con garage y lavada-
ros. Calle 33 Este No. 27.
Mtodo moderno de tocar piano po-
ra novatos y avanzados. Sistema
rpido. Apdo. 3142. Tel. 2-1282,
calle Juan B. Sosa.
SE VENDEN:Dos C*m*s de matri-
monio, meso de despacho, vaseli-
na slido y liquido en tonque. Co-
tfT15' -:---
-_ft* British Overseas Air-
^^ys Corporation ofrece en venta
por propuesta: Humber Hawk 1949,
4 puertas coche soln, tractor
International, cantidad pie z a s
paro ovicnes, repuestos pora mo-
tor Rolls-Royce, varias conexio-
nas incluyendo plataforma pora
montenmianto. gatos pora des-
laTatnr etc. Informacin de B. O.
1^0, Tvol. Ave., 20, Tal. 2-
La CAAF Motion Pictures Service,
Quarry Hals., ofrece para lo ventp
al mejor postor, un equipo de lm-
para Ampro, de proyeccin ARC
lit mm, compuesto de 2 olfas in-
terjeidodes, y lamparos. 2 proyee-
tafcea Ampro, 2 plataformas ojus-
taJn|aV "switch" automtico' da
majiros. 2 micrfonos, 3 juegos de
lenttj T, 2 '2" y 3", 1 ampli-
ficador puede operarse en 25 60
ciclos. Propuestas cerrados se obri-
rr> el Lunes Junio 25. 1951, 10
A. M. en el Central Office. CAAF
MPS, Quarry Heights, edificio No.
153. Este equipo, designado paro
exhibicin da pelcula 16 mm pa-
ra auditorio grande, especial pora
actividades saciles de logias e
iglesias. El mejor postor si no tiene
privilegio de entroda libre sobre im-
puestos, se le pedir entrega evi-
dencia de pogo de derechos a la
aduana panameo. La CAAF MPS.
se reserva el derecho de rechazar
una todas las propuestas.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cochero eon refe-
rencias. Que Wv en lo coto? Ocu-
rrarse calle 31 No. 38.
SE NECESITA:Una empleoda pa-
ra cuidar nios. Refirase a calle
44 Este No. 5, familia Moreno.
SE NECESITA: Buena lavandera-
planchadora. Informes Avenida
Mxico No. 11.
SE NECESITA:Lavandera. Ocurra
oficino Gelober* Jernimo de lo
Ossa No. 10.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que duer-
ma en caso. Calle Estudiante No.
77, Apto. I 2. Casa Tamora Mara.
SE VENDE
Botes v Motores
S3 VENDE:Un motor Hrcules de
HP. 2.000 R P M en perfec-
tas condicionas. Ave. Norte 18.
altos.
SE NECESITA
General
E2 NECESITA: Una hipoteco de
1.5.000.00 paro cliatot de dos re-
damaras. Recin construido. Lla-
rTW Tel. 2-2580.
SE NECESITA:Lavandera y plan-
chadora complente. Ocurra, 1 1 2
Via Espoa.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con refe-
rencias paro plonchor y limpieza
de casa, pora dormir en casa. Apli-
que Avenido Cuba No. I 1-B, Edi-
ficio Nest:.
SE NECESITA:Empleado, panome-
a, que habla ingls, paro troba-
ja general de casa v lovodo. Debe
traer referencias. Domingo, des-
pus 9 o. m. hosto 2 p. m. Rovico
5723-D, Noble Place, Dioblo.
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinera y
uno empleado poro ofjcio gener-
les de coso, no tienen que dormir
an el trabajo. Ocrrase a lo casa
No. 26 en la Ave. Monuel Icoza.
en Compo Alegre.
MISCELNEA
51 NECESITA: Locol o deposito
grande y cntrico. Avisar o TOUS-
SIEH & CA. Telfono 2-0160.
Si NECESITA:Cuorto con servicio
y entrado independiente. Liorna al
Tal. 2-2393.
Tamilia americana necesita chalet
en B?lla Vista, informes Tel. Po-
nomi. 3-2894 o 84-2191, Fort
Kobe*.
CE NECESITA:Dependiento para
Almocn, que tenga una experien-
cia mnima de dos aos en el ne-
gocio de talos. Intil presentarse
sin .ela relerenoa. Casa Honorio,
ClHoniti
La oficino del Gerente General de la
Divisin de Comisariatos eh Mount
Hope. Zona del Canal, recibir
propuestos hasta las 3:00 p. m.
del 28 da junio de 1951. cuando
se obnrn en pblico, pora el su-
ministro da 4,550 rocimos da ba-
ares, desde el I de ogosto de
1951 hoata el 31 da enero da
1952. o bo da 175 racimos se-
manales. Los formularios para las
propuestas, con dataFles comple-
to, podrn obtenVsa en lo, oficino
dal Supply & Serva 0 rector. Bol-
bio Heights, o an la del Gerente
General en MountyHope, Zona del
Canal.
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SE COMPRA
COMPRO:Estampillo de Panam
y .Centro Amrica. Preferible sin
despegar. A. Mir, R. Vidas No.
1, 2o. piso. Apto. 3.
SE COMPRA:Stotion Wagon Wil-
lys, Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford modelo
50. Lo oferta del dueo directa-
mente a Lombardo Vego en La
Voz del Pueblo. Tel. 3-0471 du-
rante las tardas q ol aportado,
1045 Panam. P090 sononte.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet gronde apro-
piado pora Embajada. 3 recmoros,
porch, cocino, pantry, sala-come-
dor, jardn grande; cuarto emplea-
da con servicio. Colle. SPfoitillo.
fUyedades Horari, Central No. 72.
SE ALQUILA:Cholet 4 recmaras.
2 baos, sala-comedor, patio gran-
de y" garage. Paitillo, colla 10 No.
31, entrada Via Belisario Porras.
Poro informes colle 33 No. 22,
Tel. 3-3318, Ponom. ^^^^
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa,
SE VENDE:Por motivo da viaje.
Juego de sola tapizado, juego de
comedor y juego de recmara en
excelentes condiciona. Pora po-
der oprecorlos dirijase a Calle
39 Esta No. 19.
SE VENDE:Dos sillas bamb con
mesa, juego comedor (dinette)
cuero oZLl-cromodo. Calle 50 No.
23. Aptj. 8. ,________________
SE VENDE:Unos mueblas, casi nue-
vos. 7037 calle 3o entra Centro -
Malndaz. Telfono 1262-L, Co-
ln.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio oportomento
dos recmaras y garage cerca Co-
legio Mara Inmaculada B.90.00.
Ave. Mxico 69. Valo de 10-11
a. m. y despus de 3:00 p. m.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento mo-
derno de dos recmaras, sala-co-
medor, cocina amplia, balcn pri-
vado y ozotea para tender. Precio
mdico. Ocurro C. Diaz, colla 25
Este y Ave. Cuba No. 15, Apto.
13, horas de oficina.
SE ALQUILA:Por B.45.00, opor-
tamento de concreto con facilidad
de transporte, de dos recmaras y
amplia sala comedor, con *ervi-
rios. Calle segunda Carrasquilla
No. 48. Descuanto o familia res-
ponsable. Entroda va Espaa.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILAN:Eiscluiivomaota pa-
ro oficinas locla cntrico an loa
alto da Avenido Central 44 o
precio mdico. Soliciten Infor-
macin an Al macanee 5 y 10 can-
. tovo.
SE ALQUIL:Local para oficina.
arnba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA: Lcol comercial en
lugar cntrico, especialmente acon-
dicionado pora tienda; con todo su
equipo. Liorna Tal. 3 0971 de 7
a. m. a 4 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:Locles de diferentes
tamaos, lugor cntrico y comer-
cio!, lodo Co. Internacional de
Ventos. Colle 26 Este y Ave. Cu-
ba. Ocurra mmo edificio Apto. 13.
C. Dioz, horas de oficino.
SE ALQUILA:Piso olto da lo Co.
Fiduciaria de Ponom. S. A. con
o sin mobiliorio da oficina. Area
435 metro cuadrados, aire acon-
dicionado y central telefnici. Pa-
ra informocin acuda ol Bonco
Fiduciario.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto ,con o sin
muebles. Hombre slo de buenas
costumbres, responsable. Calle 6a.
No. 19, ltimo piso.
SE VENDE:Por mesas esquinero,
$10.00, masa redondo bamb.
$20.00. 4 sillitas bamb. Otros
artculos. 12 6 p. jn. Curundu
2036 Apto. "D".
SE VENDE:Juego de sala, tapiza-
do, ingleses, cuna, cochecito y
siento de corro pora boby. Llame
Tal 3-3686.
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora marco
"Westinghouse" 6 pes, porcelano
60 ciclos. B. 125 00. Liorna ol Tal
2-1001. Panorn^________________
SE VENDE:Tango 2 refrigeradoras
una B. 135.00. otra B.85.00. Esco-
ja- Ud.. me quedar con la otra
Tel. 3-0406.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto amoblodo a
caballero o seora solo, honora-
ble. Colle Estudime No. 92,
Apto. A.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto pora hombre
solo, B. 15.00, bastante oscuro, 15
Oeste No. 42, informes Ave. A
No. 16. ,________
SE ALQUILA:En Bella Vista, cuor-
to gronde, amoblado, con entroda
independenle. Ave. Mxico 69,
cerca colle 43/
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto con muebles
B.6.00 por semana, pora bombre.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Parque
Lefevre casa No. 32.
'SE ALQUILA:Cuorto independien-
te. Acuda Va Espoa No. 36,
Apto. K. Durante las horos del
dio.
La oficina del Gerente General de lo
Divisin de Corriisorioto an Mount
Hopa. Zono del Canal, recibir
propuestas hasta las 3:00 p. m.
del 28 de junio da 1951. cuando
se obririn en pblico, 'para el su-
ministro da 2.500 novillos gordos,
desde al I da agosto da 1951 has-
ta el 31 de oiciem.ore de 1951.
Los formulario poro la propues-
tas, con detalles completo, podrn
obtenerse en la fieme del Supply
& Service Director. Baltoa Heights,
o en' la del Gerente General en
Mount Hope. Znno-det Conot-
SE VENDE:Juago comedor $175-
00. de caoba solido. 7 piezas, me-
cedora plotoforma. chocolate, $40.
00, cama doble colchn Spring
interior, spring resorte, morco mo-
dera $35 00. refrlge'odora West-
inghouse. 9 pie. 25 cielo, exce-
lantes condiciones. $100.00. Cosa
5337-A. Colla Dovis. Diablo.
'SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblodo
frente al mor, servicio sanitario in-
dependiente. Inmediata Estocin
Autobuses No. 5. primera escale-
ra, Plaza 2 da Enero.
SE VENDE:- Mobillorio de un opor-
tomento incluyendo juego sola de
bamb Rot tin, estufa de gas, re-
frioeradora Fr.gidairf con descon-
ajelador automtico. Radio RCA
Q-J4. Studio Ccuch, etc. Todo
completamente nuevo. Vose rodo
los das de 9 a I o. m. y de 3
. o. 5 ,p. m. en Colle 5fl No. 23.
Apto. No. 7,
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Ave. Norte No. 48
La Asociacin de
deracin de Profesores Gradua-
dos. Lo nico que pedimos es
el respeto a la ley y el res-
peto a nuestras opiniones, di-
vorciadas, claro est, de pro-
psitos aviesos o de intenciones
antipatriticas.
Por tales motivos en nuestra
ltima reunin celebrada el da
7 de los corrientes reiteramos
nuestro propsito de sefrulr lu-
chando con nuestros compane-
ros graduados por el cumpli-
miento estricto de la Ley Org-
nica de Educacin de 1940. (Aso-
ciacin de Graduandos de la
Universidad de Panam).
Ocho aviones
aparato que cay en el aero-
puerto toc tierra fuera de la
pista e inmediatamente qued
envuelto en llamad. Kl piloto,
Capitn Robert Jacluon. pudo
salir de entre los restos del
avin y fu trasladado al hos-
pital sufriendo algunas heri-
das.
Miembros del FBI y de la
Fuerza Area del Campo de
Wright Patteraon llegaron para
investigar.

Colombia busca
para cumplir debidamente
sos Huprmifios iflternackmakf
As dijOvel Embajador de Colornbia en los
Estados Unidos en unas declaraciones
WASHINGTON, Junio 9 (CO) 1 Dijo que el material de to-
W Embajador di Colomtta l i^pMila es viejo y en su mayora.
Cipriano Bstrepo Jaramlllo ai- de origen Europeo, y fa Gobler-,
jo que su Gobierno busca arma- no estima que debe reemphtcar-,
men tos modernos en Estado
nidos que le permitan eum;-iir
debidamente con las obllg.
nes internacionales, incluio c.
Corea
' 1.' 1'
Rumores de paz
forman aue existen creciente
Indicios de que los comunista
se estn preparando para salir
del estratgico "tringulo" pa-
ra retirarse a una nueva lnea
de defensa a ochenta millas al
Norte del Paralelo 38.
Las columnas de las Naciones
Unidas que han convergido en
Chorwon y Kumhwa, base del
"tringulo" lograron avanzar
hasta tres millas ayer, contra
una menor resistencia comunis-
ta.
. Est,as columnas lograron lle-
gar a la ltima linea de de-
fensa comunista al Sur de las
dos ciudades, a pesar de la li-
gera oposicin de las retaguar-
dias rojas que estn protegien-
do la retirada.
Al mismo tiempo 33 super-
fortalezas del tipo B-29 riela-
ron caer ms de 200 toneladas
de bombas de fragmentacin en
el "tringulo de hierro" duran-
te segundo dia consecutivo.
La resistencia comunista ha
aumentado en loe frentes cen-
tral oriental y oriental, pero
se ha caracterizado como ac-
ciones de demora.
Autor del decreto
decreto ya mencionado, que fu
expedido precisamente en po-
cas' de eectus de profesores
graduados. Piro bien pensamos
entonces que ios profesores sin
ttulo deban ir cediendo el
puesto a profesores graduados,
condicionando el asunto en el
artculo undcimo del decreto,
al establecerse que los profeso-
res sin grado pueden ser nom-
brados despus de llenar cier-
tos requisitos, SI NO HAY CAN-
DIDATOS CON MEJORES CRE-
DENCIALES.
Chltr, de Junio de 1951.
Manuel Vrela, Jr.
-~/ 3
'LOS PEITIUJBROS
el psimo tratamiento que se
daba al pueblo. Al mismo tiem-
po descubrieron que Irn es
un cruce de caminos interna-
cionales, vitalmente importan-
te en la creciente lupha,, entre
Jas demotraet\v y
mo. .
Se facilita versin
leda hoy, dice tambin
is-
que
a. material nuevo,
Manlfat: 'Hemos tratado el
nunto con el Departamento de
Bstado y ste ha dado su rece-'
njendacin general en favor .
nuestra peticin. La Em.ba.iudr.'
iejolVer los detalles con eV
Pentgono (edificio en dw.de
est Instalado el Deprtame.;o
no Defensa)".
El Ministro de Guerra de Cn-
limbia, Roberto Urdaneta Ai-
belez, ha ido varias veccj a
Washington desde Nueva Yak
w conferenciar con las autori-
dades de Estados Unidos.
Colombia es el nico paU ce
Latino Amrica que hasta a.Or
a ha enviado unidades de ::>ar
y tierra a Corea y el Embaja-to
dijo que los hombres de su E*
Jrclto y Marina ya han afxt
instruidos para relevar a roj
primeros grupos," si es necesailo,'
ruediante un sistema rotative
pero que se necesita maUrtJ
para ellos.
El comercio podra
abrir maana en
Panam y Coln
En atencin a que hoy visita'*
rn esta capital y 1 ciudad dd
los comunistas chinos parecan 1 Co" gra ""m"Sa^virfe, *
capaces de arrojar de corea Rulantes de un portaaviones dS
EN EXISTENCIA
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Monofsico desde
1/6 HP. a X HP.
Trifsicos desde 1-M H.f.
Precios Fantsticos!
las fuerzas de las Naciones Uni-
das, que el Estado Mayor no
quera librar una guerra a fon-
do en COre, que no se envia-
ran ms tropas de Estados
Unidos y que tampoco se en-
viaran ms tropas de otros
miembros de las Naciones Uni-
das.
Can dijo que deban pedirse
al Estado Mayor explicaciones
por las omisiones en la pri-
mera versin, pero no se vot
su propuesta en este sentido
por no haber quorum.
Sociedad de
Si Ud. desea embellecer o
modernizar su casa, con-
sulte con nosotros para
mostrarte las pinturas de
alta calidad de incompara-
ble belleza y durabilidad
de la famosa marca
Nuestro lema es:
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Otro producto de primera ne-
cesidad para la alimentacin
del pueblo por su gran conte-
nido en protenas: el poroto,
ventajoso sustituto de la carne,
tambin ha subido de precio,
de B. 24.50'. hace unos pocos
das, a B. 31.00 ahpra, por saco
Esto tambin debe d ser justi-
ficado ante el pueblo.
El maz, otro producto de la
alimentacin diaria del pobre,
ha subido en un gran porcen-
taje: el pilado, indispensable
para la tortilla del desayuno.
que se acostumbraba comprar
a B. 5.50 el quintal, vale aho-
ra B. 8.50.
Las arvejas han subido de B.
8.00 B. 13.00 el quintal, per
qu razn? E caf, que-por ra-
zones naturales; esperbamos
que volviera a su precio nor-
mal, se mantiene en su alto
precio, y el> pueblo clama por-
que baje. El Jabn Rlnso chi-
co, que hace irnas,''aeri)aru compraba" a 8". e.ZJ'la caja, su-
b.u .n micro a B. 9.50 y ahora a
B. 9.75 !
Hace algunos meses, nosotros
tuvimos una reunin en la, C-
mara de Comercio con los co-
merciantes mayoristas, en la
cual estos" seores prometieron
no alzar loe precios de ningn
artculo -de primera neceslaad,
sin avisar oreviamente al p-
blico por medio de la prensa
explicando las ratones del alza.
Pero hasta ahora no hemos vis-
to ninguna explicacin con res-
pecto a los productos que aqu
mencionamos. Nat uralmenfe,
nosotros, los ms chicos, carga-
mos con- el muerto, y el pueblo
piensa cuando sube algn ar-
ticulo, qne somos solamente
nosotros los causantes.
Es por esto qu sugerimos al
seor Ministro, y esto mismo
lo hemos expresado ya en otras
ocasiones, que haga como en
el caso actual de la gasolina,
es decir: que no permita el
alza del precio de un artcu-
lo de primera necesidad, sin
que esto sea previamente justi-
ficado y anunciado al publico
por medio de la prensa.
No queremos terminar sin lla-
mar tambin la atencin hacia
otro articulo de primera nece-
sidad, no solo para todo el pue-
blo y para todas las capas so-
ciales, sino que tambin uno
de los factores ms Importan-
tes para el desarrollo econ-
mico e industrial de los pue-
blos: nos referimos a la co-
rriente elctrica. El seor Mi-
nistro sabe mejor que nosotros,
que el costo de produccin de
la energa elctrica para una
instalacin de .la importancia
de la que hay en Panam, no
euede pasar de i centavo por
llowatt; comprendemos que
habr que agregar a esto, gas-
tos de distribucin y otros, pe-
ro en ninguna forma es posi-
ble Justificar el alto precio
existente en Panam por el ki-
lowatt de energa consumida. Y
sabe el seor Ministro mejor
que nosotros, que este ee otro
factor muy importante que Im-
pide el progreso de Panam,
que podra ser estimulado con
un precio ms razonable de la
energa elctrica, a la vez que
Impide el aprovechamiento de
esta comodidad dentro de los
hogares.
Presidente,
Jaan M. de Gracia.
Secretarlo,
Alejandra VUlarreta.
pulantes _
la Marina Norteamericana VI
tambin turistas de dos bai-e"
cos oue atracarn en el puerto"
de Cristbal y considerada ' solicitud elevada a este Minis-
terio por varios comerciantes q^
la localidad para que se les
conceda permiso para poder f +
brir maana domingo 10 oa|
los corrientes, el suscrito se-e
cretarlo de Comercio e Indus-i
trias hace constar que dicha
permiso.se ha concedido y que!
por consiguiente loe establee'41
mientos que se dedican a la? I
venta de artculos de turismq
pueden permanecer abiertos eKI
la fecha Indicada.
Flavio Velasquez Jr.,
Srio. de Comercio e Industriase I
Panam, junio 9 de 1981|
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAATOglO
_! .mrito Jo Frimaro Municipal!
ir\ DUtrile' d Coln, por medio o>l Pr^|
ntt edicto >l oiiblko.
HACK SABER:
Qo en *l juicio de Socol IntoaUe,
i, AH CHONG o.CIJONG XAHP,
K. dictado un uto ora paite roToa
''"JUZGADO "PRIMERO aULNlClPAl,
ColAn. nw>" treinta y uno de mil
ciento cineuenta uno........
VISTOS.................
Por lo pueeto. i ou* aieribe. Ju
Primero Mndala! del Di.triio de Co
16n. administrando juaticia en nombr
do la Republic i por autoridad d
La;.
DEOLARA:
PRIMERO:Que al* abierta la
aln intestada del (nado AH CrlOi-i,
conocido tambin como Chona "*
.le.de al dia 27 da aioalo de 1. j
cha ata n ua ocurr* au dafo.nein~
eat atadad de Coln:
SEGUNDO:q-J .a su hereden, l
narjulcioa d terceio-, al aeora M '4
CARIA MOLINAR Ivdal de CKOM<
en ni condicin de cnyue auparatlU
por haber probada tu derecho; y
ORDENA:
PRIMERO: QUa comparaban a catee,
a derecho n al juicio todaa lai par*
naa ua torran ilaun Inters en l; y
SEGUNDO: qua ae fije el adelo a*
platstorio y a pb!to,ue. tal como lo or
daa el articulo 1J01 del Codito Judicial)
COPESE Y NOTIFiqUESE. (Mo.1
Julio A. Lanoaa. (fdo.) M. Altamiranda;
Vidal. Sarra'-ario."
Pnr tanto ea fija el presenta cdlc
mplasatorio en luaar riaiblc de esta Se*
cratara. por un trmino de treinta ("I
t*a. hoy coatro de junio da mil iinj
veicientoa cincuenta y uno <>!> f"j
piaa dal mlamo llenan a dispoaiciea
4a la parte interesada pana au corres*
pendiente publicacin, a fin da que den*
Ir dal trmino sealado, contando des*
de '. ltima publicacin, las persona
qua se crean Interaadea eemparrser.a;
s hacer relar eoa dercehoe en al lyljw
EL JUEZ (fdo) JULIO A. LANOSA
El Secretario,
(Fdo.) M. ALTAM1RAKDA VIDAI
AVISO DI RIMATI
El amerito Sacratarlo dal Juzemdo Sal
gundo del Circuito de Panami. al pj
ho ... "'fisMCR:
Que por resolucin de fecha 4 de jul
nio de 1161. dictada en la aoliciuif
formulada por la aa*or Isabel Poce.
viuda *" dtl Prn enajenar las Pa'<
que le eorrasponden a ana menores a]
jos Miauel OcUrlo y Osvaldo Goti Fe
eda an un bien inmueble, ae ha seBa!*
do el da seis de juila prilmo par|
qua a>ntro de las korae *eate teat
luaar el remate del eigulaate bien:
'Doa sptimas pertae l*V7> de
finca dis'intulds con el nmeio l"--1
ins.-it al folio 214 *ol romo 4J4
la Seccin da la Propiedad. Provincia
Panam Oficina Rraistro Public*
qua conls'e ? un lote d terreno ms
eado con el nmero diez euatro. alu
d e* Us Saaanaa de esta ciudad, cd
un superficie I' arcleatca saet'
cusdradoa ( M2>. y cuyos Hner
son: Non., Avenida Primera: Sur. k,
4teeMLnae': a>aie. labe.'- I
Oeale. Iota dlet-einco. midiendo par
None II a., por el Sur la .. P'
Esta 40 m. 1 por el Oeste 4 m."
Servir" d. base sera, el rama: la s
ma da SEISCIENTOS BALBOAS I
bOO.001 : J aera poetara admisible la a
cubra, la totalidad dr esa cantidad, eo
forme a lo ordenado en auto de feel
4 de loa corritntea. dictado an eata t
licttoe".
Se aceptare ofertas hasta las cu
tre de la tarde del dia senaladc y de ei
hora en adelaate ea airan las pu>
y repujas hasla adjudicar el bien
aaejer poator.
Para habilitarse como poator ae
quiere eensianar previaaseate en la S
eretaria del Tribune! el cinco por ele
lo (>') de la base del remate.
Paaana. ( de junio de mi.
(Pdo.) EDUARDO PBRUUSON
Secretario del Jaleado beaundo
it de Panana*.
Ks fiel copia de ea orilinal
Panam. da junta da .lis-


SBADO. JUNIO t. 1181
T T
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
FAGINA SIET
Atractiva 5 Funcin Presenta Hoy El B

' 'i .'MH:'
Chocarn Daar y Coln en las damas.
Bam y Lord Chester en la la. categora
y debutarn Rodelag vs. Bam Jr. en 2a.
n atractivo programa de dad y MALTA VIGOR de co-
t ." oaM
al-.
lis qued solo en el 2o. lugar
de la Nacional y Cleveland y N. York
mejoraron opcin al triunfar anoche
No haba mas juegos diurno
sealados.
Loa partidos nocturnos anun-
ciados por la Liga Nacional
entre los Piratas vs. Dodgers,
Cachorros vs. Gigantes y Ro-
jos vs. Phillies fueron pospues-
tos por lluvia.
En los juegos nocturnos:
EN LA LIGA AMERICANA
Los Yankees del Nueva York
descontara i la ventaja de los
punteros del Chicago al derro-
tarlos por 4 a 2; los Indios del
Cleveland se colocaron a un
juego del tercer puesto al im-
ponerse a los Medias Rojas del
Boston por 7 a 1. el otro Juego
sealado entre Washington y
San Luis se suspendi por llu-
via.
. FUERA DE COMBATE. En la competencia de patines Gerrv Murray, a la izquierda, y Lou
Palermode, de Nueva York, ponen fuera de combate a Slugger Kealey, de Washington, dejan-
dolo fuera de opcin de llegar a la meta.
Hace explicacin
I el deportista H.
|g. Davenport
I V:rif>
Para su publicacin hemos re"
C|ford Bolt,
Presidente de la comisin
de Ciclismo,
Presente.
Seor Bolt:,
De acuerd con un estado de
Cuenta que usted present al
Fiscal-Tesorero de la Comisin
cue usted presid, hasta el lt
de mayo del presente ao, est
dicha Comisin con un dficit
de B.21.93. No cree usted, seor
Bolt que dicha Comisin debia
.de tener fondos todava, hablen-
do hecho la misma labor, pero
ai no hubieran MALGASTADO
lej dinero? ;
. Le har una pequea demos-
tracin de io que a mi modo de
|ver, pudo haber salvado a la
:esoreria de, taj lamentable sl-
.uacn como en la que se en-
centra. Ustedes pagaron B.20.J0
or 52 carnets para los Atletas
le Ciclismo, a X Imprenta, co-
TOcto? Muy bit. Z Imprenta
idad de 32 carnets de ustedes,
50 de l Z Imprenta, al valor
le B.8.00. Si seor, igual, igual
1 de ustedes, por B.14.80 nie-
tos. El que consigui el precio
ft'la imprenta Z est prevlen-
[6 que este deporte tendr en
n futuro cercano, ms atletas,
ilentras ustedes, segn prueba
.ni la cantidad Justa de car-
ets que no habrn ms clciis-
M nuevos. Es esta una expe-
ienca de sus largos aos de
rabajo y su labor seor Bolt?
En cuanto a los retratos de
presentacin de premios de
> carrera Panam-Caplra-Pa-
lam, tambin se habra podi-
[p economizar la Comisin que
iated, tan dignamente preside,
io cincuenta por ciento. El se-
>r Manuel Fernndez, gran
mpatlzador y animador de
ite deporte, lo hubiera hecho
on muchsimo gusto deslnte-
esadamente, con slo pagarle
ior su material, sin ganancia?.
Refirindome ahora a los pre-
dios del Concurso del dia 30
|e Mayo, en La Boca, no cree
jated, quo con un poquito de
|bajo se hubieran podido a-
.orrar los B.51.31, que gast n
cernios, a la vez hubieran
Wo mejor?
Si seor BoK, ya s lo que va
decirme pero como usted sa-
e todo en esta vidarequiere
rabajo. Asi pues, por el bien
W deporte que usted preside,
doy el contejo sano, de que
ted tenga ms cuidado en el
ituro.
pe usted respetuosamente n
tto. y S. 8.
President* del Club Ciclista
Davenport.
SERVICIO DE LA FRENSA
? -i-UNIDA
LIGA AMERICANA
Los Tigres anotaron ocho ca-
rreras en la tercera entraaa
seis de ellas antes de darse el
primer out con siete incogiblet,
un pelota/o a un bateador, pa-
se gratis, sacrificio y' error pa-
ra /ncer' a los Atlticos por
9 carreras a 2.
Gerry Priddy inici la entra-
da con sencillo, George Kell re-
cibi pelotazo, Priddy anot
por sencillo de Vlc Wertz y error
de Ferris Pain, Pat Mullln re-
cibi pase, Johnny Oroth em-
pujo a Hel y Wertz con un
senclho y Aaron Robinson a
Mullln al saludar con un sen-
cillo a Morris Marlon que sus-
tituy en el montculo a Cari
Schelb. Don Kolloway empuj
a Oroth con un doble y anot
conjuntamente con Robinson
por otro doble de Dizzl Trout
Priddy empuj a Trout con la
octava y -ultima catrera con
un tenclllo al batear por at-,
gunda vez en Ja entrada tra
sacrificio d Al. Upan. Los Atl-
ticos anotaron por vez prlme-
ra'n sptima Jornada por
dobles consecutivos de Dave
Philley y Hank Majesky y la
segunda carrera fu el resulta-
do del segundo doble de Ma-
&S& qulen 56 I* tercera
mientras se daba out y anot
por lanzamiento errtico.
!----
basketball se presenta esta no-
che en el Gimnasio Nacional,
con un partido de cada uno
dt los circuitos de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam, corriendo
los juegos a cargo dt loe equi-
pos
RODELAG vs. BAM Jr.
2a. Cat, masculino
T p.m.
DAAR vt. M. VIGOR
la. Cat femenina
pm.
BAM vs. LO..I) CHESTER
la. Cat. masculino
p.m.
En el primer encuentro, de-
butarn los quintetos RODE-
LAG y BAM JR. eti el campeo-
nato masculino de 2a. catego-
ra.
Servirn de arbitros: O. Za-
chrlsson y M. Cardales.
En el segundo partido de la
noche se medirn los sextetos
femenino DAAR de esta clu-
ln.
El Daar tratar esta, noche
de mantenerse invicto en el
primer puesto pero las colo-
nenses viajarn ms confiadas
y decididas a entrar en la co-
lumna de ganadoras.
Los arbitros de este partido
sern Germn Roa y Roy Nay-
lor.
La velada canastera cerrar
con el partido entre CIGARRI-
LLEROS y CERVECEROS de la
divisin mayor masculina. Los
pupilos de don Carlos Eleta
conceden esta noche la revan-
cha a sus rivales con el firme
propsito de continuar invicto
en el comando de las acciones.
Pero los lupulosos a su vez es-
tn convencidos que 'se des-
quitarn, proporcionando la pri-
mera derrota a ios Clgarrllleros
y descontarn la ventaja de
sus rivales.
Actuarn de arbitros: Vincent
y Bula; anotadores: Morales y
de Sedas; Cronometristas: Cr-
elo y Mena; inspectores de
puerta: Camafio, Mel y Tu-
n.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Estn en Colombia los Tro-
tamundos de Harlem, el famo-
so equipo que est considera-
do como el mejor del mundo.
Su visita .. Panam, segn in-
formes que hemos logrado ex-
traoflclaimente, puede conver-
tirse en realidad. Todo depen-
de de la decisin que tome la
Federacin Nacional de Basket-
ball para que te sepa, defini-
tivamente si los panameos ten-
dremos la oportunidad de ad-
mirar personalmente a los Tro-
tamundos de Harlem.
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball en sb ltima reunion im-
puso sancione* a varios Juga-
dores por actos indisciplinarlos.
Loa jugadores Leonardo y Enri-
que Pret del equipo Rebelde*,
lueron suspendidos por dos par-
tidos cada uno, mientras que
Pedro Simpson del Pellmex te
le impona un Juego de suspen-
sin, sufriendo cosa igual un
jugador del Madurito y otro del
Panamericano,
SIGNIFICATIVO HOMENAJE
OFRECEN AL ING. NAVARRO
ESTA NOCHE EN ANTON
EN LA LIG\ NACIONAL
En el nico partido noctur-
no, los Cardenales del San Luis
quedaron solos en el segundo
lugar de. la justa con si victo-
ria sobre lo Bjayos del; Bas-
tn nor-a *\r*T>W . -ff.:).'' ->ntw.
Juegos del lomeo
femenino de basket

endieron ayer los
fililes a Whitman
FILADELFIA, Junio f (UP)
Phillies vendieron a su jar-
ro tupiente Dick Whitman
novena de Sain Paul, Min-
ta de la Asociacin Ameri-
pa para poder incluir en su
ta de 25 jugadores a Tom
own, Jugador que adquirieron
itler de fot Dodgers.
lobby Locke est
i la cabeza de un
torneo de golf
(UP),. El campen argn-
(UP). El campen argen-
.0 Roberto de Vlcenzo terml-
con doce puntos la primera
sita del campeonato de golf
Palm Beach, por invitacin,
seedldo solo por el sudafrica-
Bobby Locke campen brlt-
0.
/ocke termin con 6* y obtu-
16.3 sobre Lloyd Mangrum
s hizo 37. 34, 71 y 12. De VI-
izo teimln con 33. 34, 60,
patado en 12 puntos eon el
teamerlcano Chick Harbert.
El seor Menasche se
refiere a la cuenta
de la Fed. de Bisbol
i'? e1a,clon con la informa-
i2. fe lA.i Parta reunin de
La .foracin Nacional de Base
oall, donde se menciona un a-
sunto de cierta cuenta, el de-
fft&.i L comerciante seor
Mauricio Menasche, nos ha en-
viado la siguiente carta:
_ aSam- junio 7 de 1930
Sr Guillermo Rolla
w- pawa1?/*?] Sportiva
gL PANAMA AMERICA
Estimado Rolla:
En la pgina deportiva a tu
digno cargo, edicin del dia 7
de junio del presente, aparece
nhff. ? orm5clon 9ue me veo
S.?.d0,* desmentir, en vista
de lia y con ella se quiere ha-
cer ver que el seor Ricardo
a. Pardo a quien le- he pedido
el avor de cobrarme una cuen-
ta de la Federacin Nacional de
Base Ball Amateur, est co-
brando la misma dos veces.
En vista de las falsas ase-
veraciones que.formula la per-
sona que elabor dicha infor-
macin, quizs con el animo de
mortificar al tenor pardo, se
ha producido en los trminos
indebidos en que ata conce-
bida parte (je dicha Informa-
cin. La cuenta que se est co-
brando en la actualidad es por
la suma de B. 72.00 del 22 de
diciembre de 1950, correspon-
diente a cuatro docenas de pe-
lotas de baseball recibidas per-
sonalmente por el presidente de
dicha entidad en la fecha an-
tes mencionada. Dicha cuenta
est firmada por el Ing. Nor-
berto Navarro, presidente en
aquella fecha.
Espero que con sta informa-
dor! quede bien claro la inter-
vencin pedida como un avor
especial por,mi, del seor Par-
do en vista de tener mayor fa-
cilidad que yo, para acercarte
a los miembros de dicha en-
tidad.
Quiero manifestar mi incon-
formidad por la tergiversacin
y mal uso que se quiere hacer
de un avor pedido al seor
Pardo, el cual, como siempre,
ha tratado de obrar de una ma-
nera correcta y clara.
Suplicle se sirva Insertar la
presente a manera de aclara-
cin a la informacin, a la que
hago referencia, y mientras tar,-
Quedo de Ud. muy Atte.,
p Almacn Mauricio
Mauricio Menase*he
ANTON, Junio 9. (Correspon-
sal). Significativo homenaje
I se ofrece esta noche en este
llagar a uno de loa ms gran-
ball de la. divisin p*"- renier solicito n^-
UGA PROVINCIAL DE J Publicas.
BASKETBALL DE PANAMA
, .
Circuito Femenino
Divisin Mayor
Temporada de Campeonato
1951.
Primera Vuelta
9CrdejUgf&KJgMgMMM
fcssSSaKE
20Opertea vs. Crdenas.
23Malta Vigor vt. Operten.
27Daar vt. Crdenaa
39Operten vs. Daar.
Julio:
4Malti Vigor ve. Crdenas,
7Crdenas vs. Operten.
11Daar vsvMatta VjVgor. ,
NOTA: Si dos equipos termi-<
nan la vuelta empatados en el
primer lugar, se decidir el ga-
nadpr en un solo Juego. El ven-
cedor de la primera mitad se
disputar el 'tulo en serle de
tres Juegos con el ganados de
la segunda etapa
El campeonato se Inaugur el
2 de Junio, con el triunfo del
Daar sobre el Crdenas por 28<
Los deportistas y pueblo del
lugar te han unido al Club De-
portivo Social Antonero, que
ofrece el homenaje, como una
demostracin del agradecimien-
to por au cooperacin al me-
joramiento deportivo de la Ju-
ventud y el tineero aprecio que
le tienen.
El programa elaborado con
este motivo es el siguiente:
Juego vs. Antn.
Palabras por el secretarlo ge-
neral del club.
Entrega de un rama de fio-
ves al seor Ministro por la
secretaria de organisation del
club.
Palabras del Ing. Navarro.
Agasajo.
Este acto, tendr, lugar en el
gimnasia del lagar' eamenzando
a las 8 p.m.; actuar como
maestro de ceremonias el cono-
cido y entusiasta deportista y
corresponsal deportivo Alberto
Chong. Es visible el entusiasmo
que existe por este, acto de re-
conocimiento deportivo ai Ing.
Navarro, te confia pit resulta-
r lucido.
Se Inaugura Esta Noche Liga De
Basket Distrito, al En Penonom
PENONOME, Junio 9 'Corres-
ponsal Deportivo). Esta noche
tendr lugar la inauguracin
del Campeonato de Basketball
Distritorlal, torneo que ha des-
pertado inusitado entusiasmo
entre los aficionados de esta
ciudad.
Como es del dominio de nues-
tros lectores cuatro equipos in-
tervendrn en esta Justa que
ser a dos vueltas. Lanzar ia
piimera bola del partido inau-
gural el Gobernador de la Pro-
vincia Sr. don Aquilino Tejelra.
Es de esperarse una gran con-
currencia a esta regla inaugu-
racin que sin lugar a dudas
promete resultar lucida en to-
dos sus aspectos.
La Liga Provincial de Balon-
cesto est dispuesta a cooperar
con el Comit Pro-Ayuda a los
damnificados del El Salvador.
Es muy posible que ceda algu-
nas lechas para que pueda
Jugar en esta capital un equi-
po de aquel paia.i con un con-
junto local. Se celebraran tres
partidos, pero las fechas aun
no han sido escogidas.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para maana domingo:
la. RAYMOND te impone f-
cil... MUECO... por maoso
piac; 2a. DON JOAQUN...
para cerrar magnifico... casa-
blanca... de que puede, pue-
de; 3a. COSA LINDA... verdad
que ser :inda... LITTLE LULU
por jinete puede; 4a. DOMINO
...los domina... OPEX... por
el tuerto quizs; Sa. DICTADOR
...los gana no muy fcil...
PHOEBbS APOLLO... enemi-
go de cuidado; 6a. MANHAT-
TAN. .. robo aqu... HANNA...'
mucho cuidado con este; 7a
HIOHT MOUNT te los ganar
tcil... FRUTAL.,, enemigo
numero d; ;8. EL MONOE...
superior a estos... BABY BET-
TY (ej... el Mago puede ti-
rar; 9a. 8ANDWO0D... pagar
2.20... TIP TOP... nico ene-
migo; 10a WELSH FOX... ga-
lopa a este lou... WILD WIRE
... catar alerta; lia. BLACK
SAMBO,.. con Contreras al,.,
PON XA OLLA... puede repe-
tir.
CAMBIAN DE IMPRESIONES DOS CAMPEONES. Nancy
Chaffe pasa la tarde cambiando Impresiones con el jonronero
de lot Piratas en Plttaburrh Ralph Klner, sobre el: Campe*
nato entre las tenistas v el rey de los Jonroneros de los Pi-
ratas. La Chaffe es oriunda de Ventura, California, v com-
petir en el Campeonato en Wimbledon, Inglaterra.
Importantes Colocaciones Se
Disputarn Mna. Los Equipos
En El Ftbol Mayor y De 2a
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Citacin Deportiva
REUNION DE BASEBALL
Se pide a los miembros de
la Liga Provincial de Baseball
de Panam, al Federado Joa-
qun Ortega, a los dlrectorea de
la Liga de Calzada Larga y re-
presentantes de los equipos de
dicha Liga, la asistencia a una
reunin maana domingo a las
9 y 30 de 'a maana en el Esta-
dio Olmpico, para tratar y a-
cordar importantes asuntos.
El prograba de ftbol que
presentar maana la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam en el Esta-
dio Olmpico, comprender dos
Sartldos en las horas de la raa-
ana y dos en la tarde con la
participacin de lot siguientes
equipos:
Primera Divisin ,
HURACN vs. IBRICO
Red Rolle niega unos
rumores de cambios
____
DETROIT, Junio 9 (UP)
Red Rolfe pMrXo de-loa Tigres
desminti rorondanfeflte'loe ru-
mores de que se est proyec-
tando cambiar al jardinero de
la novena, Hoot Evert por el
i.iieialista de Ka liedlas Rojas
Walt Dropo.
Hoy y maana
continuar e 1
torneo de tenis
El onceno Flamengo
gan ayer en Suecia
ESTOCO JUO, Junio 9 (UP)
El equipo de.Bfkor* apaengo
de Rio de Janeiro derrot f-
cilmente ai club de segunda di-
visin sueco "Halmia" por ano-
tacin de dot tantos a cero.
Este partido s Jug en Halm-
stad ante 10 mil espectadores.
Ambos tantos fueran anotados
en el primer tiempo.
Hoy se presentar un doble
juego en el torneo de tenis por
la Copa Dunlop y los cuales
corrern a cargo de los Juga-
dores
G. Midence vs. F. Hladky
a las 3:30 p.m.
G. Howeii ve. C. Elle
a las 430 p.m.
Maana domingo proseguir
este campeonato con dos parti-
dos tambin y sern protago-
nizados:
Herbir.attlm vs. L. Ruiz
M. Fisher vs. H. Randall
a las 8:30 a.m.
{levantadas de Noche!
Ayude i sus Rones
coarpo humane a* taihao. tal
memo d. cido, y ae.p.rdlclo. T.n.-
nMO r'MVa milln*, de diminuto, tubo o
Battlefield es
favorito para
ganar handicap
NUEVA YORK, Junio 9 (UP)
Battlefield montado por Eddie
Arcaro" es favorito por 6 a 5
para vencer a tus ocho rivales
de tres aos en el Handicap
Peter Pan que con un primer
premio de 20 mil dlares y a
una distancia de una milla y
un octavo se celebrar hoy en
el Hipdromo de Belmont y que
es la' ltima gran carrera de
prueba para el Handicap Bel-
mont que con un premio de
cien mil dlares se efectuar el
sbado de la semana entran-
te.
Battlefield tendr como con-
trincantes a Battle Morn, Coun-
terpoint, Hall O Fame, Vulca-
nia, Awa;', Out Point, Father
Tiber y Big Stretch.
La novena Juventud
Indgena juega con
los Calorcinos mna.
Para maana en la tarde se
ha pactado un interesante en-
cuentro de baseball entre el Ju-
ventud Indgena y Los Cator-
clnos, comenzando a las 2 y
30 p.m. en el ruadro de Santa
Rita. *
El Juventud Indgena est
compuesto en su totalidad por
indios de San Blas, y es el mis-
mo equipo que tiene una Invi-
tacin para sostener varios Jue-
gos en Estados Unidos, frente
a conjuntos colegiales, jira que
ha sido organizada por una or-
ganizacin de la Zona del Ca-
nal.
Bill Veeck contina
negando que haya
comprado el S. Luis
CHICAGO, Junio 9 (UP).-'-
Bill Veeck, ex-presidente de los
Indios neg por segunda vez en
las ltimas 8 horas y por ter-
cera en menos de una semana
que haya comprado a los Car-
melitas de San Luis.
Los peridicos "Free Press" de
Detroit, "Star Times" de San
Luis y "The Cleveland Press"
de Cleveland aseguraron que te
habia efectuado la transaccin
y que la misma se anunciara
pronto.
Z p.m.
y
ANCN vs. i'ifRANI ,
- 3:50 p.m.
Segunda Categora
AMBATO vt. AMERICA
8:45 am.
y
ANCN Jr. vs. SANTANDER
19:15 a.m.
Importantes colocaciones se
disputarn estos conjuntos eti
ambos circuitos,, esperndose re
nidos y movidos encuentros.
Whinter y Pra inician
hoy la serie final del
ftbol del Chorrillo
Esta tarde a las cuatro y me-
dia en el campo de Barraza, co-
mienza la serle final del Cam-
peonato de Ftbol Menor del
Barrio dtl Chorrillo. Entre los
oncenos Whinter y PRA. La se-
rle comprender tret partidos
y el ganador te coronar cam-
pen del circuito menor.
Los locutores tienen
para mna atractivo
programa deportivo
Entre los actos con que los
Locutores celebrarn maana su
dia, se encuentra el programa
deportivo que se desarrollar en
el campo de juegos del insti-
tuto Nacional comenzando a las
10 de la maana, y el cual com-
prender:
Partido de softball entre el
equipo" de los periodistas y el
de los locutores.
Juego de basketball entre los
equipos de la Radio Mlramar y
Radio Continental.
Carreras en tacos y en zan-
cos sobre distancias de 25 y 50
metroa.
Carrera clsica de los pipo-
nes, etc.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
CUANDO
nti
DA VUELTAS
AL VOLANTE...
UD. ARRANCA!
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se bace lmpre*cl4ible u
Construccin de un SerVki*
Sanitario en I Campo de
Juegos de SANTA RITA.
flitroe de lo. rlftonea. 81 eetoe v.n.noa
de lea rflone. o la -
ufrlr con lerantadaa
'turna., nar-
lunjbato, dolora d Urconin|ur2
RSsiT o ju-dor en lo. oo^S^Sd
S.J* n*-?|4ad de eatlmuante
diurtico, pm.be Cyitw,
Pt.hca.. del cldo flrloo lea
S2" =on > r mtdlca llamada
lante de loe rlflon. y Dallatlve, nr.
{iI'"1c'" fundn.} C ;.J:~
va aHoarta. en ..do de acide.
r^di^T.i^oSD,i
Cjrtttx&A's:
<
Cuando la energa elc-
trica la suministran lot'
acumuladores EXIDE
,. usted puede estar
seguro del arranque de
loe motores ms peta-
dos ... de su consisten-
cia para e! servicio pesa-
do ... y duradero .
en cualquier clima .
cualesquiera que 'sean
lat condiciones del
tiempo ... y a un bajo
costo de mantenimien-
to. Cuando es EXIDE
.. arranca!
(ACUMULADORES CONFIABLES
POR 62 AROS!
Distribuidores:
GUARDIA ft CIA.. S.A.
Ave. Justo Arosemena
y Calle 7
Panam. R. P.
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Una nueva estrella es descubierta
fred Zinnemann se dedic a
filmar.la produccin de la Me-
tro Goldwyn-Mayer "Teresa"
con el mismo esmero que puso
en "La Bsqueda", en la cual
Zinnemann present en la pan-
talla a Montgomery Clift y al
nio checoeslovaco Ivan Jandl,
el director trae otro de sus des-
cubrimientos: Pier Angel.
Cuando se trat de llenar el
rol titular de "Teresa", el di-
rector se mostr en extremo
meticuloso. Necesitaba una mu-
chacha italiana pafa que re-
presentara a la novia y ms
tarde a la esposa de un sol-
dado de la infantera nortea-
americana. Muchos meses antes'
de comenzar el rodaje, se Inicio
la busca del citado personaje.
El productor de la cinta, Ar-
thur. M. Loew, mand a Ste-
wart Stern a Italia para que
hiciera algunas investigaciones
relacionadas con el argumento
y leclutara candidatas para el
rol. De paso diremos que Stern
escribi la historia "de "Teresa",
en colaboracin con Alfred
Hayes.
Tan pronto* como lleg a Ro-
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4:45 Carrera
5:00 Msica venezolana
6:15 Carrera
5:30 Bailables panamericanos
6:30 Carrusel musical
7:00 Grandes organistas
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7:15 Noticiero RPA
7:30 Nuestros artistas
7:45 Serenata de las Americas
con Sols y Gmez
8:00 1 Hit Parade
8:30 Acordes porteos
8:45 Personalidades
9:00 Zarzuelas de Hoy
La Del Manojo de Rosas
10:00 A bailar
10:45 Canciones favoritas
11:00 En el mundo de los
Clsicos
12:00 Buenas noches
ma, Stern puso anuncios en los
peridicos italianos solicitando
muchachas entre los quince y
los veinte aos, con o sin ex-
periencia dramtica. Sus ofici-
nas inmediatamente se llena-
ron de aspirantes. El escritor en
treviit personalmente a 300 o-
llcitanl.es. en Roma, Florencia.
Bolonia y Mlin
"Cierto dia", relata 8tern,
"una chica, acompaada de su
mam, se present en nuestro
despacho de Roma. A mi me
pareci inmediatamente que era
Teresa en persona. Pero yo no
era el Jefe y tuve que cumplir
con las instrucciones de some-
ter tres candidatos". "
Mas tardo, la primera elec-
cin de Stern fue confirmada,
cundo Arthur Loew contrat a
Pler Angel, una esbelta mucha-
cha ojlveroe, de 18 aos de
edad, cuyo rbcl genealgico te-
nia sus races precisamente en
Bolonia, sitio donde se filma-
ran las escenas italianas de la
pelcula.
Lo mismo que John Ericson,
l joven de Long Island que
representa el papel masculino
principal frente a Pler, sta
hace su debut en las pantallas
americanas en "Teresa". Ella
haba aparecido anteriormente
en otro film titulado "Maana
es muy Tarde"; en cambio Eric-
son nunca habla aetuado ante
las cmaras. '
""n el' wpft*""ttr "Teresa"
tambin se encuentran Patri-
cia Colllnge, aplaudida actriz
del teatro y el cine; Bill Baul-
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Ann Garner, hasta hace poco
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Richard Bishop, Ave Nlnchl. Al-
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"La Corona de Hierro", la ve-
r usted en el film extraordi-
nario del mismo nombre, que
estrena el Jueves el Teatro Lux.
Primera pelcula europea que
desde "Pablla" exhibe este
teatro, .y como esta pelcula,
"La Corona de Hierro" fue pro-
ducida por el mago Italiano
Alessandro Blasetti.
Leyenda, misterio, romance,
espectculo gigante, accin pi-
ca, son las notas descollantes
de este film excepcional, pre-
miado en Venecia, como la me-
jor pelcula de 1950.
*-
ARA TODA
^FIESTA
;HAr#GNE
ESPAOLA
EL GAITERO
NO HABR VISTO UD.
UNA PELCULA SIN PRECEDENTES!
prximamente en t~\ EL. /Y
LUX y CECILIA
| Una produccin ROBERT ROSSEN UNA PELCULA COLUMBIA |
H O Y
QdL^jJ*
HOY
DOS FUNCIONES A LAS 5 y 9 P.M.
EL MAS DIABLICO DE LOS ILUSIONISTAS!
"CHANG"
Y SU COMPAA
UN ESPECTCULO MARAVILLOSO!
m
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LA MUEBLERA EUROPEA,
'
presenta
el LUNES 11 de JUNIO
a las ocho y cuarto de la noche,
//
EN
VOZ
BAJA
*//
Poemas en la voz de
la mejor recitadora
panamea,
Anita
Villalaz
Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
la (Red ff>a
namericaaa
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO
>
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
TROPICAL-HOY
* .......
Tandas: 1:30 3:20 5;H 7:00 1:55 p.m.
EL DRAMA SUSPENSO
DEL AO!
ESTA MUCHACHA ESTA EN APUROS!
...Si tan slo pudiera
recobrar esa carta! .
Esta carta que hizo fun-
dir el pnico en su co-
razn... y la lanz gri-
tando por las calles!...
LORETTA YOUNG
(La mujer aterrorizada)
BARRY SULLIVAN
(El marido celoso)
BRUCE COWLING
(El Doctor enamorado)
~ en
\\
LA CARTA
DELATORA
(CAUSE FOR ALARM)
con; Mrgalo Gill more
POR FAVOR NO DIVULGUE
EL FINAL DE ESTE
ELECTRIZANTE DRAMA!
TODO EL COLORIDO Y ALBQRIA
DE LA FIE8TA' BRAVA!
La melor, la ms completa, la ms
dramtica, la ms realista pelcula
taurina Jams filmada!...
"TARDE DE
TOROS'
con
ROBERT STACK
JOT PAGE
GILBERT ROLAND
KATJJCRADO^^^
La historia de una mujer que confun-
di una caricia de compasin por un
beso de amor... I
Jan* WYHAII Kirk DOUGLAS, en
"Siempre Amanece Otra Vez"
TEATRO TROPICAL
Un drama de
gran suspenso'
Loretta
YOUNG
SULLIVAN
fc;
U CARTA X CUT
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
Grandioso Doble Profrarna
La Mejor Pelcula del AAqI
Bette Davis Anne Baxter
George Sanders, en
"LA MALVADA"
Tyrone Power, en
"LA MARCA DEL ZORRO-
TEATRO TIVOU_
John Payne Rhonda
Fleming, en
"CERCO DE FUEGO"
Joan Fontaine Joseph
Cotlen. en
"SINFONA OTOAL"
TEATRO IRIS
Marga Lpez Fernando
Fernanda*, en
ARRABALERA*
Meche Barba, en
-CORTESANA"___
HISPANO
Lew Ayres, en
"Sin Novedad en el Freiste*
Abbott y Costelio, en
"La Legin
Extranjera^
VARIEDADES
!?, r?f S:**y7i3, rap.
Una audaz reali-
zacin del Clhe
Argentino!
Mario
SOFFICI
Olga
7.1 BARRY
en
"El Extrao Caso del
Hombre y La Bestia'
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Colosal Doble Programa I
BURT LANCASTER
Joanne Dru, en
"EL VALLE DE LA
VENGANZA"
(En Tecnicolor)
Red Skelton. en
"Fotgrafo por Accidente"
JEATRO VICTORIA
"MARTE INVADE'LA
TIERRA"
(Epls. lyli- Ademes:
El Tren de los Condenados
'Los Jinetea Del Terror"
TEATRO EDISON
John Derek, en
"EL TERRIBLE ROBIN
HOOD"
Lon McCalister. en
"UN VANKI EN COREA"
VISTERMOSA
"EL REY DE LOS
HOMBRES COHETES"
Episodios i y 2
Adems: Dos Pelculas!
PACIFICO
"Nva Aveatnras
de Jesse Jasaea"
Episodios 3-1
Adems:
DOS PELCULAS I
I
IOEAL
John Clement, en
"EL MANDATO ME
DE HONOR"
"SUSANA SE VISTE
DE LARGO"
APOLO
DOS HUKRFANrrAS*
"PARA QUE LA
CU*A APRIETE"


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