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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPENDET^flfe^DAlLY NEWSPAPER
PanamaMierican
"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe" Abraham Linelo.
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1951
VANISH WITH TOP SECRETS Police in every country this side of the Iron Curtain are
searching for Donald MacLean (left) and Guy Burgess (right!, top-ranking British diplomats
who dUanneared American-born Mrs. Me"*a Marling MacLean (center) and Burgess family
received notes from the men in Parli, written In unfamiliar handwriting. Both men had access
to top-secret "American and British exchames. They may have headed for Russia. ________
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE Secretary of Defense George
C. Marshall (left) and Gen. Matthew Rldgway arrive back in
Tokyo after a visit to the Korean front. Marshall denied he
waa there for ceasefire discussions.
BISECTING A TRIANGLE UN force (black arrows) push-
ed ahead in their drive and captured Chorwon and Kurnhwa,
key cities in the Reds' -Iron Triangle." The Reds opened the
Chorwon Reservoir, ai a delaying tactic. But only at Hwachon
and Yanggu did the UN troops encounter any stiff resistance.
US Seeks Red Help
When AF Planes
Missing 4 Days
WEI8BADEN, Germany, une
11 (UP) The United States Air
Force has asked the Russians to
help it look for two Thunderj et
fighters which disappeared on a
training mission Friday.
They may have strayed be-
yond the Iron Curtain.
Prince Baudouin
To Rule Belgium
After July 16
BRUSSEL8, June 11 (U. -
King Leopold has agreed to ab-
dicate July 10 and hand over
the Belgian throne to his 20-
year-old son Prince Baudouin.
Leopold, accused of over-
friendliness with the Nazis dur-
ing the war, was returned to
his throne March 1950 on a 57
per cent plebiscite vote.
$300,000 RP's
Inter-American
Highway Share
Official sources disclosed to-
day that the Ministry of the
Treasury will request that the
National Assembly approve the
sum of $300,000 to be used as
Panama's share for this year in
the construction of the Inter-
American Highway.
The sum will be chargeable to
the present budget.
The request will be made
following the sum of $600,000
put up by the United States
Government for 1951 for the
construction of the Highway
under the condition that Pana-
m share the cost with half
that sum.
A committee of engineers,
headed by E. James of the Pub-
lic Roads Administration of the
U.S.A., win arrive in Panam
June 19. This committee brings
papers of several projects and
previous agreements to be dis-
cussed and then signed between
the two countries.
If present developmenU con-
tinue smoothly, bidding will be
opened for the levelling of land
In the stretch between David
and Remedios.
Chief Cook Thought
Suicide Between
Alaska And Balboa
The disappearance at sea of
Villa J. Louvlere, a 38 year old
American who is chief cook
aboard the SS Mission San An-
tonio, was reported by the local
agent Fred Brady, of vVllford
McKay Agency.
The Balboa Police received the
report that the 38 Mission San
Antonio had left Alaska May 23.
en route to Balboa. On June 2.
while pff the coast of Califor-
nia, it was discovered that the
chief cook was missing. Al-
though the ship retraced Its
route to where he had last been
seen, the man could not be
found.
Investigation revealed that
Louvlere was very moody on the
dav he was last seen, and a
very calm sea seems to Indicate
suicide. There was no evidence
of foul play.
The SS Mission 8an Antonio
transited the Canal Saturday
afternoon and was cleared for
Houston. Texas.
T------ '
Five CENTS
Dustup Ousts Woman Air Chief
By HELEN THOMAS
WASHINGTON, June 11 (UP)
Friends disclosed that when
Col. Geraldine P. May stepped
out today as head of the Wo-
men's Air Force she left behind
her a bitter undercover dispute
allegedly involving famed avla-
trix Jacqueline Cochrane.
Col. May, who helped create
the WAF (Women in the Air
\i Force) and Was its first director,
is being replaced by Miss Mary
Jo Shelly, former commander of
the Waves (lady sailors) and
described as "good friend" of
Miss Cochrane.
Miss Shelly is on sabbatical
leave from Bennlngton College.
Bennlngton, Vt.. where she is
assistant president, and has
been touring Europe. Miss Coch-
rane Is said to be in Europe
ow.
Col, May's fellow WAF officers
are represented as bitter over
Sie circumstances surroundlne
sr departure. First, they don't
Ike the Idea of being bossed by
a Wave, and second they are
particularly unhappy about some
of Miss Cochrane's Ideas for the
Wafs.
They charged that Miss Coch-
rane, who has been a consultant
on problems of women in the
Air Force, wants to make the
Waf an "elite corps" of beauti-
ful women doing "ladylike" Jobs
such as secretaries or "personal
aides." They also assert that
Miss Cochranewife of aviation
financier Floyd Odium"wants
to run" the Wafs.
Col. May has maintained that
her petticoat airmen should be
treated as the equal of men.
and given every Job air force
men perform except flying.
Friends of the outgoing direc-
tor said she was called to the
office of Lt. Oen. Richard E.
Nugent. Deputy Chief of Staff
Personnel, two weeks ago and
told she was being replaced by
Miss Shelly.
They quoted Nugent as tell-
ing her she could "go some-
where else if she wanted to.
such as waf posts in Germany
or Japan.
The Waf commander was to
"stunned and shocked" that she
decide.1 to quit, these sources
said. They pointed out that her
transfer would have meant a
demotion since the law permits
only one colonel In the Waf.
Col. May had "nothing to say"
when asked about the reasons
for her departure. When her re-
signation was announced the
Air Force said lt was for "per-
sonal reasons."
Her friends said her resigna-
tion brings out a long-time rift
between many Waf officers and
Miss Cochrane, known as Am-
erica's outstanding woman pilot
and wartime director of the
Wasps women who ferried
planes to Europe.
Miss Cochrane, who also owns
a cosmetics business, was ap-
po'nted special civilian consult-
ant on a board, to study prob-
lems of women In the Air Force.
The other women on the board
were Mrs. Gardner Cowles. wife
of the noted publisher, and Mrs.
Millicent Mclntosh. Dean of
Barnard College.
The board served from last No-
vember until February. Friends
of Col. May said that during
this time Miss Cochrane was
"trying to run the Wat"
Marshall Doubts
Slacken Attacks On Reds
. .
No Trace Of Diplomats
Foreign Office Admits
LONDON, June 11 (UP) British Foreign Secretary
Herbert Morrison told the House of Commons today that
he had been unable to clear up the mystery of the missing
Foreign Office diplomats Donald MacLean .and' Guy
Burgess.
Morrison's statement was in effect a flat admission
that British security officials were not mucfi.closer to solv-
ing the case than they had been two weeks ago. .
Lt. Cov. Vogel
Returns From US
Lieutenant Governor Herbert
D. Vogel returned to his desk at
Balboa Heights this morning
after a brief absence In the
United States.
Col. Vogel left here June 1, go-
ing directly to West Point where
he attended graduation cere-
monies and a reunion. On June
5 he went to Washington where
he spent two days on Panama
Canal business.
He returned to the Isthmus
Friday night.
American From Cocol i
Missine Since May 21
It has been reported to the
Balboa Police that a 00-year-
old American. Alfred D. Knapp
has been missing since May 21.
Repeated attempts to locate
Knapp have failed so far.
Knapp Is a resident of 524
George St. CocolL
Gasoline Flash Fire
Sears US Navy Base
Al Guantnamo Bay
HAVANA, June 11 (UP>Five
persons were killed, one Is
missing and 11 were injured on
Saturday when a flash fire of
unknown origin swept across the
big United States naval base at
Guantanamo Bay.
Two of the dead have been
Identified tentatively as Com-
mander James Marshall and
Lieut. C. Peddicord.
The fire waa caused by leaking
gasoline. It caused minor dam-
age as far as installations are
concerned. It burned some paint
off the side of anchored ships.
The explosion trapped a large
working party trying to trace
the original gasoline leak.
The flash fire was reportedly
an unfortunate accident, there Is
no suspicion of sabotage.
Among the 11 burned was one
United 8tates enlisted man. His
condition Is serious. The rest
were Cuban workers at the base.
In the first top-level Govern-
ment pronouncement on the case
Morrison said the disappearance
of MacLean and Burgess was not
established till May 2four
days after they vanished to
France.
He added: "MacLean had ask-
ed f,or and been granted permis-
sion to be absent from duty for
private reasons on Saturday
morning May 28. Burgess was on
leave pending a decision as to his
future.
"On the same day, namely May.
29, lt was found out that they had
left Southampton on a week end
cruise on the night of May 25.
"They disembarked at St. Malo
on May 20 but no further con-
firmed Information on their
whereabouts has so far been re-
ceived,
"MacLean suffered from a
breakdown in Cairo a year ago
due to overstrain. When he re-
covered he Was appointed to the
Foreign Office as head of the A-
merlcan department.
"Burgess had recently been re-
called from His Majesty's Embas-
sy at Washington owing to his
general unsultablllty In the posi-
tion he held. The question of his
further employment In the For-
eien Office was under considera-
tion.
"Neither MacLean nor Burgess T r i
have been dismissed They have, NA Tallff \Ch6dtll6Q
been suspended from duty .with ,,v ln* ""
effect from June 1 pending the
result of present Inquiries.
"I should Inform the House
that the security aspects of this
case are under investigation and
it is not In the public interest to
disclose them."
Critical members of the House
Immediately began asking Mor-
rison additional questions.
In answer to one the Foreign
Secretary said MacLean had ful-
ly recovered from his breakdown,
and reports on his work declared
him an exceedingly able official.
Morrison said: "Security checks
are made of on members of the
Foreign Office on appointment,
and if it appears necessary, from
time to time."
He said lt was unfair and Ir-
responsible to suggest in connec-
tion with the disappearance that
there was widespread sexual per-
version in the Foreign Office.
A London Sunday newspaper
had made this suggestion.
Meanwhile high French offi-
cials said the French police were
calling off the manhunt for the
two missing diplomats on receipt
of Information that the British
authorities believed the men
"have left Western Europe," but
a British official said there was
no just if ration for such a state-
ment.
Sir Percy Sillltoe, chief of Brit-
ish military intelligence, flew to
Washington to confer with FBI
chief J. Edgar Hoover.
Between Plumbers
CZ Executives
Although the discussions held
at the meeting of Local 80S,
Plumbers and Steamfitters Asso-
ciation, Sunday were still secret,
the secretary of the organiza-
tion, Thomas Custer. had this
statement to make to the Panama
American: "The local has held
no discussions with building
heads and no discussions are
scheduled at this time."
The meeting was held, sup-
posedly, to take up the question
of resignations of the plumbers,
due to the administrative plan of
the Building Division for plumb-
ers to draw their helpers from a
pool, rather than regularly as-
signed helpers. Administration
heads of the Division claim that
the pool plan was put Into effect
with the full knowledge of the
pi-smbers, although Pacific fide
plumbers maintain that they
were not notified In advance of
the plan
AFCLMapsTighr
On Rent Raises
In reply to a Panama-Ameri-
can Inquiry regarding the pro-
Dosed rent increases, Rufus M.
Lovelady, president of the Amer-
ican Federation of Government
Employes stated that although no
definite proposals have been
made, he is getting a committee
together of AFGE members, who
will gather nmterial and infor-
mation that he will use as a basis
for the proposal he will present
to the House Appropriations
Committee. It Is believed that
Dave Raymond, who has pre-
viously worked on housing and
rental problems, will head the
local committee.
Lovelady also Informed this-
newspaper that he will see mem-
bers of the House Appropriations
Committee In order to emphasize
the fact that Government em-
ployes are already paying a very
high rental "compared to what
they are getting," and also are
forced to live in these Govern-
ment quarters If thev remain on
the Zone. AFGE's president stat-
ed that he will be in the Penta-
gon during his stay In Washing-
ton to discuss with the Undersec-
retary of the Army the proposed
higher rental, n*
Strangers Club
Colon RR Depot
May Go To RP
The lands now occupied by
the Colon Stranger's Club and
the Colon Railroad Station may
soon be turned over to the Re-
pubic of Panama for use by the
Colon Free Zone, according to
Governor Agustn Cedeo o.Co-
lon Province.
Cedeo said that preliminary
talks had concluded and that
only signing of a pact between
the United States and Panama
Is necessary for the transfer of
this tract of land which now be-
longs to the Panam Railroad
Co. .
The projected plan calls for
these lands to be used as the
port section of the Free Zone.
The other part of the Zone will
be the industrial section. Ameri-
can factories will use the In-
dustrial section for Installing
faclities for putting together
machinery, distribution of pro-
ducts, etc
Cedeftd also stated that one
company, Parke-Davls, will need
employ more than 100 people
in the Free Zone area.
Zone Will Employ
Colored Students
During Vacation
The employment of students
of the Canal Zone Colored
Schools during the summer va-
cation period has been authorlz-
ed-at Balboa Heights, lt was an-
nounced today.
Heads of Bureaus and Divi-
sions of The Panama Canal-
Panama Railroad organization
have been advised that they
may employ such students at
the standard rates of pay es-
tablished for the positions for
which employment Is made.
The Bureau and Division
heads will report to the Central
Labor Office as to what posi-
tions are open for summer work.
These openings.will then be re-
ported to Interested students.-
The Canal Zone Colored
schools closed last week for the
summer vacation and will re-
open August 8.
Students selected for the
summer Jobs will be Issued
temporary eligibility cards by
the Central Labor Office in
Balboa and Cristobal on request
by the E/.reau or Division heads.
The employments will be made
only fdr positions for which
temporary f employment is re-
quired.
Pedestrian Struck
On Marked Crossing;
Motorist Charged
A pedestrian, Charles Fran-
cis Gregory, 60 year old Bar-
badian, was Injured In both
thumbs this morning when he
was struck down by a Ford
sedan.
Gregory had been crossing
the street in front of St. Fran-
cis Studios In the marked cross-
walk when the car. operated
by Cpl. Royce Louis Thorton.
knocked him to the pavement.
Thornton, who Is with the
Tank Co., 33rd Infantry at Fort
Kobo* Is being charged with
"failure to yield right of way
at a crosswalk, and failure to
report the accident."
Gregory was treated at the
La Boca Dispensary while se-
veral pedestrians who had seen
the accident reported lt to the
Balboa Police. Gregory, who
sustained only minor injuries,
was dismissed after treatment.
TOKYO, June M (UP) United States Secretary of
Defense George C. Marshall left here by air for Washing-
ton today after repeating that he had not come here in
connection with any ceasefire in Korea.
He said he doubted whether the United Nations for-
ces would modify their pressure against the Communists
even when or if ceasefire talks begin.
From Pusan came a report that the government of
the Republic of Korea had been assured by the State De-
partment that reports of an armistice which would halt
the United Nations at the 38th parallel are groundless.
And in a commencement address at Swarthmore Col-
lege, Pennsylvania, United Nations Secretary-General
Trygve Lie urged both sides to grab at any chance to
open talks on a ceasefire around the 38th parallel.
Lieut. Gen. Albert Wedemeyer told the Senate Mac-
Arthur ouster inquiry that a 38th parallel ceasefire would
be "tantamount to defeat, psychologically."
| the Red leaders might be plan-
| nlng a thrust there to take the
I pressure off the Iron Triangle.
With Chorwon and Kurnhwa In
their hands the Allies have a
powerful hold on the broad val-
ley running northeast to Won-
san. the east coast port 80 miles
north of the 38th parallel and
probable anchor of the next main
j Communist defense line.
Army Seeks Man, *
Boys, Missing
In Balboa Harbor
A report from the owner of a
missing cayuco to the Balboa Po-
lice, sent a USARCARIB search)
team into action this morning
The cayuco was hired by Array
i Cpl. Richard Dennis, 22, of t*a>
, 74fll*t Signal Unit. Fort Clayton,
who Is on local leave. Accom-
panied by two Panamanians, Ro-
eeiio Salas, and Manuel Garcia,
both 15, Dennis, who wanted to
go fishing, was last seen yester-
day headed down the Canal to
| wards Fort Amador.
When the cayuco failed to re-
, turn. Joseph Robinson, Jamai-
can, who owns the boat, notified1
| the police. USARCARIB sent s><
light aircraft to search the are!
this morning. At press time,
there have been only negativo*
, reports.
The provost marshal of trl!
Army has In the m e a n 11 m el
checked the homes of the Pan-1
amanlan boys who reside In I|
Boca who accompanied Dennis, |
as well as the YMCA where the!;
soldier is staying while on local!
leave, but they are still missing J
The search will continue thie
afternoon.
As the 8th Army captured
Chorwon and Kurnhwa, two an-
chors of the Reds Iron Triangle
In central Korea. Marshall said
he was going baok to Washing-
ton to tackle the very serious
matter of finding enough men
for the United States' armed
forces.
He said he would be also work-
ing on the need for rotating and
replacing frontline troops.
Other points he made were:
1) By August the United States
military force will be turning
out 50,000 trained enlisted men
a month;
2) The present mission of the
United Nations forces In Korea is
to maintain themselves there
and repulse Communist efforts
to r-enter South Korea;
3) The United States would be
happy if Britain Increased its
forces in Korea, but he has not
asked for such reinforcements
owing to British commitments
elsewhere;
4) The Chinese Reds are In a
difficult position in Korea but
their war aim Is still to force the
United Nations forces out of the
country.
Meanwhile United Nat Ions
forces'scouting the Chorwon and
Kurnhwa areas for the key to
the Communist defense plans in
the area met scattered but stub-
born resistance from small
groups of Communists assigned
to hinder the Allied advance.
The Communists are now ex-
pected to reorganize and resup-
ply their forces west of the Kum-
song River, leaving small but
well-armed groups to hamper the
Allied advance.
The Kumsong buildup might
threaten the Allies' western
flank. There was speculation that
LANDED BY TECHNICAL SERGEANT CLARENCE McNEESK
Saturday afternoon off the Ft. Amador Causewsry was this
400-pound sawfish. The deep-sea monster of a type seldom
landed from shore took hold of a thin line attached to a
light rod and reel. Skillful playing brought him to the rip-
rip lining the causeway, where spectators helped Sgt. Mc-
Neese drag him up to level ground. An Army wrecker was
required to remove the sawfish from the road. McNeese
measured the saw" at three feet, and the fish overall at 12
feet seven-and-a-half Inches The fish had a smooth grey
scale-less body shading to bright yellow on its two dorsal
fins, the ventral fins on each side and the flutes of Its tall.
McNeese Is assigned to the 5700th MAS t Albrook Air Force
base. (Official L'S Arm, Pa*to)
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TU PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JUNE 11, II

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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................June 11
S.S. Piador Knot ...............................Jane 14
Ef, Chlrlqui ...................................June 25
S.I. Manaqul ...................................July 1
S.8. Chirlqni....................................July 9
(Handllm Refrigerated Chilled and General Carro)
Arrives
New York Freight Service________________Cristbal
S.S. Cape Ann ..................................June 17
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................June 23
S.S. Cape Cod..................................July 1
S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................July 7
weekly Mailings to New fork, Los Angeles, San rranclsco, Seattle
Occasional Salllnj lo New Orleans and Mobile.
(Tae BBMl..... la UUa service arc limited to twelve passengers)
rraaneat rrolghi Ulllnr froaa Cristobal lo Waal Coast Central America
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Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
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8.S. Chirlqni ...................................June 12
S.S. Chlriqui.....(Passenger Service Only)......June 26
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................July 10
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Three New "Reefer" Ship
To Make Regular Transits
With the acquisition of three
new. faster motorshlps. Indepen-
dence Line s extending Its serv-
ice to Cuba via Central America,
Caribbean ports and the Pana-
jjma Canal, according to a recent
i llssue of the "Pacific Shipper."
The trio consists of the French-
flag freighters La Heve, La Cou-
bre and La Baule, each of ap-
proximately 5500 deadweight
tons, six hatches, and 430 feet in
overall length. They are equip-
ped with forced air ventilation
for the carriage of fruits and
produce plus 10,800 cubic feet of
variable reefer space. Construct-
ed In the past two years, they op-
erate at 15 knots. Independence
Line has taken them under long-
term charter.
These three ships will operate
as a unit between North Pacific
Coast ports and Mexico, Guate-
mala, El Salvador, Nicaragua,
Casta Rica, East Coast of Colom-
bia and Venezuela, with sailings
at monthly intervals.
The motorshlps Canche and
Bresle, continue in service call-
ing at Latin American ports but
additionally will go direct to the
Cuban ports of Havana and San-
tiago.
The effect of this scheduling is
to provide two distinct services
and sailings for Latin American
ports on twice-monthly frequency
In this connection, Harry S.
Scott, president of General
Steamship Corp., Ltd., general a-
gents, noted It was "Just four
years ago that Independence
Line established the first direct
freight and refrigerator service
through the Panama Canal to
eastern Colombia and Venezue-
la, and now the extended service
opens up a previously non-exist-
ing two-way traffic between the
Pacific Coast and Cuba."
MAN WITH A DRUM-A South
Korean laborer struggles up a
snow-covered hill carrying a 55-
gallon diesel oil drum on his
back. He'll be able to lay down
his load when he reaches a relay
station near the front lines. (U.S.
Army photo from NEA-Acme.)
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shoes. Always well polished. Mark my words, that
num will get promotion."
No better clue to a smart man than well-polished
shoes! No shoe polish gives a more lasting shine than
Kiwi. Made only from rhe finest waxes and dyes
KIWI
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Oriental Fruit Fly
Conquered by Airplane
Science Is using the airplane
in pitting insect against Insect in
a germ war to conquer the Orien-
tal fruit fly, one of the most de-
structive of all agricultural pests.
A elgar-box full of 15,000 Bra-
zilian fruit files (Anastrepha)
unwilling hosts to a parasitical
task force that entomologists
hope will wipe out their Oriental
cousins are being flown from
Rio de Janeiro to Hawaii by Pan
American World Airways.
The Brazilian species are se-
lected "sick" files, doomed to
death by the internal parasites
with which they are Infected.
They are harboring the. tiny
embryo of a variety of wasp that
utilizes the fruit fly for propaga-
tion The mother wasp catches a
fly, deposits her eggs In the fly's
body and eventually the infant
wasp devours its host. .
The Brazilian airborne para-
sites are not expected to hatch
out of their carrier flies until
they reach Hawaii. Then they will
be released to attack the Orien-
tal pests that have caused tre-
mendous damage to Hawaiian
fruit crops since they appeared at
the end of World War II.
The Brazilian files were ob-
tained by Dr. Donald W. Clancy
of the United States Department
of Agriculture who spent *tx
weeks in Brazil working with Dr.
Jalmlro Gomes of the Brazilian
Ministry of Agriculture.
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ding,' may be wonderful for good
players," writes a fan, "but what
about dubs like me? I'm not a
good player and probably never
will be one, although I like the
game and play it often. What
can you tell my kind of player
about no-trump bidding?"
The opening one no-trump bid
shows a hand with balanced dis-
tribution (no very long or very
short suits) with strength in at
least three suits (usually in all
four suits).
The total strength of the hand
Is at least an ace and a queen
more than average and at most
two aces more tha naverage. Re-
member that an average hand
contains one ace, one king, one
queen, one Jack, and one ten.
The reason for having such rig-
id limits on the strength of the
bid Is that the opener shows his
entire hand In one bid. This
makes it easy for his partner to
judge what the combined hands
are worth.
In the hand shown today,
South has an average strength in
diamonds and clubs. The extra
strength in the majors gives him
just what he needs to bid one
no-trump. North correctly Judges
that the combined hands are
worth a game.
West opens spades, and South
must refuse to take the ace of
spades until the third round of
that suit, Then he can knock out
the ace of clubs. East takes the
ace of clubs but has no more
spades and can do nothing to
stop declarer from winning nine
tricks.
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winning the first or second round
of spades, he wL'l be set. South
cannot win nine tricks without
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THT PANAMA AMCSICAN AN INDEPKDENT DAILY NIW8PAFIB
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Beef Shortages Forseen As US
Meat Men Fioht Price Rollback
CHICAGO, June 11 (UP) "Severe" beef shortages
are expected to appear'in the nation's butcher shops this
%'zzk as a result of the battle over the cattle price roll-
trc!-.. industry spokesmen said today.
But it was not certain whether housewives would rush
out to stock up on beef cuts before they dwindle or vanish.
A United Press survey in 34 cities over the weekend
showed few instances of early "panic" buying to get beef.
Many butchers said housewives were not buying beef any-
way because of the high price compared with other meats.
The beef Industry has been men do not have the votes to get
t! rough a hectic week the first
mder the Government rollback
H which cattle supplies drop-
ped to the lowest level since 19i8
and most big packers refused to
b animals at over-celling prtc-
er
i the absence of animals to
si jhter, the packers curtailed
or halted beef production. The
American Meat Institute report-
ed that 95 leading packers dress-
ed 59 per cent less beef last week
tl--n they did a year ago.
filg packers stopped buying
cattle when prices held generally
above ceilings under a rollback
order which limits the price the
packer can pav but places no re-
striction on what the animals
Of 1 be sold for.
"he packers' purchase price
m ~t average at the celling for
hh monthly accounting period.
Under this system last week's
sr.nply sold to small Independents
w'lnng to take the risk of high
prires now In the hope they
ce'd average out the celling
p-'-e later.
tblg packers said they could
o take' this risk.
Producers and packers alike
cr ed for an end of further roll-
backs scheduled Aug. 1 and Oct.
1. tyit price chief Michael V. Dl-
E^'l? was determined that they
wo >d go into effect.
Joe "Judge" Montague, a
spokesman for the meat indus-
try, conceded todav that cat-
tlemen probably will lose their
fight to kill the Government-
ordered rollbacks In beef prices.
If so, he said, there will be ra-
tioning and a "serious" beef,
shortage next winter.
Montague Is a representative of
the Texas and Southwestern
Cattle Producers' Association and
a veteran of the meat Industry's
victorious campaign to scrap
OPA meat controls In 1946.
He said he is "afraid" cattle-
congress to change or veto the
beef order.
Montague rushed to Washing-
ton shortly after the beef price
rollback order came out. He has
been working day and night to
get It killed outright. Anything
short of that would be "appease-
ment," he said In an Interview.
Cattlemen, he added, have made
a "good case proving the govern-
ment celling prices are below
production costs."
Montague said the order can
only hurt consumers by reducing
beef production and bring on ra-
tioning. He complained that the
Government has Ignored the cat-
tlemen.
"I'm just mean enough to
look forward to being able to
say 'I told you so' when meat
shortages develop next win-
ter," he said.
The White House disclosed
that President Truman will take
his fight for cheap meat prices
and a stronger all-around con-
trols law directly to thematlon
next Thursday night in a fireside
chat.
Mr. Truman will speak over all
major radio and television net-
works In his own "give 'em hell"
version of the technique origin-
ated by the late President Roose-
velt when he wanted to whip up
popular support tor his most con-
troversial new deal measures.
DISalle, with the President's
approval, has slashed live cattle
prices 10 per cent and ordered
two more rollbacks of 4-i per cent
each for Aug. 1 and Oct. 1.
The two pending cuts will
bring retail beef prices down 8
to. 10 cents a pound by next fall.
The three reductions together
will knock an estimated $700,-
000,000 a year off the pubUe's
meat bUI. and the entire meat
Industry, from cattlemen to
packers. Is battling it tooth and
nail
China Lobby Probe
Ordered By Truman
WASHINGTON, June 11 (UP)
President Truman has ordered
an investigation of the powerful
and mysterious "China lobby"
with a view to prosecution if It
has spent money Improperly to
Influence U.S. public opinion In
favor of Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-shek, Secretary of State
Dean Acheson disclosed.
Sen. Styles Bridges, R., N. H
reacted to the dlscuosure Imme-
diately by demanding the expo-
sure of "all influences" by all for-
eign countries, Communist and
anti-Communist, and predicted
that a war would see "some peo-
Vb up for treason In our coun-
R.
e alleged lobby, which backs
I onallst China, has operated
here for years and Its name has
been linked with Alfred Kohlberg
of New York, a shipper to and
from China. It came up both
Thursday and Friday In the Mac-
Arthur Investigation Committee's
fiery quizzing of Acheson on Far
E~~i,ern policy.
ridges demanded the State
t -rtment assemble everything
a .Tibie on any "Influences,
people, pressures and lobby" the
Chinese Communists might have
here, adding he wanted the same
th'ngon:
1) The nations "friendly to us"
such as Britain, Prance, Belgium,
Holland, Colombia, Finland, Den-
mark, Greece, Sweden and Iran.
2) The "great International oil
Interests."
3) Poland and other Commu-
nist or pro-Communist coun-
tries.
8en. Wayne Morse, R, Ore.,
first raised the China lobby ques-
tion on Thursday when he put
into the record a long compilation
of news and magazine articles.
He said some report slndicated
the money spent in favor of the
Nationalists here might run as
high as $6.000,000,000, much of it
straight from American aid mon-
ey.
On Friday, Acheson reported
that two years ago a group of
Chinese made a "very serious"
effort to corner the U. S. soybean
market, forcing this country to
take "remedial steps."
Alfred Kohlberg said he was
glad that President Truman has
ordered an Investigation of the
China lobby.
"I have been asking for such
an Investigation for over a year,"
Kohlberg said.
He plans to ny to Geneva, Swit-
zerland, today, to visit his wife
and her two sisters. But, he add-
ed, he booked the flight "some
weeks ago."
"I'll be back before the end of
the month," Kohlberg said.
"I have never been registered
as a lobbyist or as a foreign
agent."
He said the Treasury Depart-
ment "spent four months on me
last year and if I'm not what I
say I am, then the Justice De-
partment Is delinquent in not
prosecuting me."
"I know where the China lobby
isstraight In the 8tate Depart-
ment," Kohlberg said.
The Government's investiga-
tion presumably will be conduct-
ed by the Justice Department, the
FBI and the Central Intelligence
Agency, with a special subcom-
mittee of the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee set up to help.
Bridges asserted the net should
be thrown wide to catch any A-
merlcan official who might have
aided Communisman echo of
Republican "Reds In Government
charges"plus all the "friends or
enemjes" who have had loans and
other U. 8. aid.
(NEATelephoto)
MP ON THE JOB As Korean refugees continued to flee
the battle zones, this military policeman comes to the aid of
one heavily-laden Korean mother. He carries her sleeping
child, as the MPs moved civilians out of a village near
Hwachon. (Photo by NBA-Acme staff photographer Jim
Healy.,
Bedridden Boston Patients
Watch Mass On Television
BOSTON, June 11 (UP)Hun-
gry, paln-iilled eyes watched a
television screen yesterday and
found comfort In what they saw.
The eyes belonged to patients
In a ward of a Catholic hospital
and they watched the Catholic's
most sacred ceremonythe Holy
bacriflce of the Mass.
It was the first Mass ever tele-
vised from a studio and the first
Mass many of the bedridden pa-
tients had seen In months.
Rev. Albert W. Low, assistant
superintendent of schools for the
Boston Archldlpcese, celebrated
the Mass at an elaborate altar
built In a WBZ-TV studio.
Though not aimed especially at
shut-ins unable to attend Mass,
the ceremony was a powerful me.
dlclne for the 111 at Carney Hos-
pital.
As Father Low went through
the 2,000-year-old ritual, his ev-
ery gesture and every prayer were
followed by those who were able
to see the television receiver set
up at one end of the men's ward.
For Catholics, who are obligat-
ed to attend Mass every Sunday,
the ceremony was a familiar and
dear one. For non-Catholics, a
running commentary was deliv-
ered by Rev. Father L. Flaherty
of St. Patrick's Church in nearby
Cambridge.
One of the watchers was John
A. Kiley, a 53-year-old factory
worker whose infected foot has
kept him In the ward for seven
weeks.
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Christ For Youth Will
Fete Dav/son Tonight
A welcome service for Harold
Dawson. Christ for Youth dele-
gate who has Just returned from
a convention in Philadelphia, will
be held at the Panama Baptist
Church tonight at 7:30.
Church Pays This
Year's Dues of 'One
Red Rose Forever'
MANHEIM. Pa.. JUne 11 (UP)
The Congregation of the Zlo
Evangelical Lutheran Church ga-
thered yesterday to pay Its an-
nual rent "one red rose for-
ever."
Under a deed signed In 1772,
the church must pay "in the
month of June, yearly forever
hereafter, the rent of one red
rose" for the land on which it is
built.
The rose the moat perfect
from the many rose bushes on
the church groundswas presen-
ted to Mrs. Ollbert L. Danne-
hower, Westfleld. NJ.. a direct
descendant of the Baron Henry
William Stlegel, who drew up the
romantic legal document when
he turned over the land to the
church 179 years ago.
Stlegel,'an Immigrant Oerman
nobleman, built the town of
Mfenhelm around the glassworks
which produced glassware une-
qualled to this day. Stlesel glass
now Is a prized possession of
museums and private collections
the world over.
The deed pi conveyance for the
church property was lost for
more than 100 years after Stie-
gel's death In 1783. It was found
In 1892 and yearly thereafter, the
congregation has fulfilled the
terms of the deed.
Klley's lips moved silently as
he repeated the prayers said in
Latin by Father Low and trans-
lated by Father Flaherty. And at
the most solemn moment of the
Massthe Consecration and Ele-
vation of the HostKlley's head
bowed in humble rtverence.
The tinkling of the altar bells,
however, was accompanied by an-
other soundnot religious but
not alien to the symbol of God's
mercy on the television screen.
It was the clatter of medical
Instruments In the hands of
white-clad nurses giving aid to a
man not far from deatxi. He was
in the bed closest to the televi-
sion set. Too 111 to lift his head, he
could not see the screen.
But he could hear Father Fla-
herty's translation of one of the
prayers:
"The Lord Is the Protector of
my life. Of whom shall I be
airald?"
Other patients, less 111, stretch-
ed across their beds and leaned
on the foot boards so they could
see and hear. One man stood and
another sat In a wheel chair fin-
gering a rosary.
William J. Crawford, 59, a
white-haired carpenter whose
injured leg was pinned by a pain-
ful traction device, sat up and
watched Intently. ,
When the Mass ended, and the
organ music died away, Crawford
said he felt "Just as though I had
been In a real church."
Hanged Horror Camp
Chief Gets Wreath
From Neo-Nazis
HOEXTER, Germany. June 11
(UP)Bdme 3,000 persons Jam-
med Into the cemetery of this
small Westphallan town to wit-
ness the burial of Hans Schmidt,
one of the seven Nazis executed
at Landsberg Prison Thursday.
Several wreaths were laid on
the grave of the former Nazi ad-
jutant of the Buchenwald con-
centration camp, made Infamous
by Use Koch and Its 5,000 per-
sons a day executions.
Among the wreaths was one
from the neo-Nazi Socialist
Reich Partv (SRP). It was In-
scribed, "Your comradesSo-
cialist Reich Party, local or-
ganization. Hoexter."
Extra police squads had been
called to duty In expectation of
neo-Nazi demonstrations. But
the demonstrations failed to
materialize.
Revolution Of US
Women Announced
For This Month
LOS ANOELFS. June 11.
(UP) Antl-Wlthholdlng Tax
campaigner Vivien Kellems pro-
mised "a vast crusade of women"
today which she said would "get
"ou dear, sweet men out of the
mess you've got us all into."
Th hnMllrx Connecticut
manufacturer of cable grips said
a "revolution" of the nation's
women can be expected within
a month.
"We are on the verge of a
mass civil disobedience." Miss
Kellems told local Rotarlans.
"Fifteen women In Texas the
other dav refused'to collect from
or to pav the Social. Security
Tax for their domestics. They
de'ied t*1* Government."
Miss Kellems said she Is rendv
* r-> be'"** *he "so-called
Supreme Court" to test con-
stitutionality of the nation's In-
come tax law.
"Mavbe even It will a** th*'*'
'* -omethlng to my side," she
said.
.
Mis* Kellems first did battle
with the Qovcnment when she
refused to collect wlthholdlrg
"i '-"" her errnloveV sal-
aries. 8he has been lecturing on
the problem ever since.
Marines In China
Turned Out To Be
Real Crackerjacks
WASHINGTON. June 11 (UP)
The Marine Corps gave the
Chinese Nationalists among
many other things1,200 fire-
crackers In 1947.
The coa'-to-Newoastle gift
was revealed In a detailed sum-
mary presented to the commit-
tees Investigating Gen. Douglas
MacArthur's dismissal.
The summary which show-
ed the Marines eave "firecrack-
ers. M-ll.....1.200" to the Chin-
ese who invented them was
produced for the committee re-
cord by Sen. John flpirkir'an,
D., Ala., who wanted to show
thit the ninnii"-. tn"< "''er to
Chlnng KM-shek Included heavv
artillery charges as well as small
arms ammunition end, as It
develops firecrackers.
NY Price Cutting War Shifts
To S. Kleins: Macy's Normal
NEW YORK, June 11 (UP) of cutting below the Welnstein
The battlefront of the price war
has shifted to Union Square. In
eight minutes 8. Klein's sold out
the 1,000 men's two-pants suits
it had on sale.
"We've had well over 300,000
people in the store during the
day," a weary Klein's executive
said proudly.
The store advertised 1,000 ga-
bardine two-pants suits at $19.95.
Eight minutes after the doors
opened, not a single suit was left
on the racks. .
The store then announced over
Its public address system that 300
men's suits worth $95 would go
on sale at a certain counter for
$39. These disappeared within
minutes.
Two thousand women's dresses
at $10 each were gone from the
racks within an hour or two and
the store's half-price watches
were selling at the rate of "a cou-
ple of hundred an hour."
The crowds were so large that
12 city police helped the store's
force of 30 police to keep order.
Police had to separate two women
who wanted the same dress.
Twenty blocks uptown at Her-
ald Square; Macy's and Olmbel's
reported crowds about normal.
Abraham and Straus in Brooklyn
admitted "nobody's exactly beat-
ing the doors down today."
A spokesman for Gimbels said
some further' price cuts were
made today. Scnick electric raz-
ors, that normally sold for $24
were down to $18.34 today. A
Steamomatlc iron price fixed at
$19.95 sold for $13.49 today.
Weinsteln's department store
In San francisco, whlc hbegan a
price-equalling war here a week
ago, today said it was adaing
more fair traded Items to list that
already has received a price cut.
In advertisements In Sunday's
papers the store announced a 20
per cent cut on all Westlnghouse
appliances.
At the same time, community
QMPlate WRS cut Irom 74-50 to
$5(7.95.
Other San Francisco depart-
ment stores have refused to be
drawn into a price war. Instead
Requiem Mass
A requiem mass for the repose
of the soul of the late Mrs. Mil-
llcent Thomhill, who died June
4, will be held at St. Raphael's
(Old Catholic) Church No. 1,13th
Street West, Wednesday at 8:00
a.m. and not at 7:30 a.m. as pre-
viously announced.
BOMBERS HOT
Ithaca, N.Y.(NBA) Ithaca
College boasts one of the east's
finest non-professional baseball
teams.
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meeting them.
Meanwhile the CIO took John
L. Lewis and an AFL leader to
task for denouncing price con-
trols and giving the National As-
sociation of Manufacturers am-
munition In its war against the
Stabilization Program.
An editorial in the CIO News
said It was doubtful If the United
Mlneworkers chief and President
William L. Hutcheson of the AFL
Carpenters, had the support of
their members In demanding an
end to price controls.
The miners and carpenters, the
News said, "have watched with
Interest the glee with which re-
actionary senators and represen-
tatives who oppose labor aud the
Fair Dealhave used the state-
ment to support the NAM war
against price, control."
Lewis and his 29-man UMW ex-
ecutive board last month blast-
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"unworkable and unnecessary
and contrary to the American
way of life..." Earlier, Lewis
for years a bitter and outspoken
foe of Government "interference"
had told the Wage Board there
was no need for c-onomlc stabili-
zation machinery.
Lewis and the carpenters' lead-
er, whom he once punched dur-
ing an AFL meeting when Lewis
was organizing the CIO, are the
only top union leaders not back*
ing the United Labor Policy Com 4
mittee's fight for tightening.utf
price controls.
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the famous
Argentinian singer
RAUL IRIARTE
and his orchestra
Perforrriances during the
regular shows and by
special arrangement the
orchestra- will play dur-
ing half an hour for the
public to dance.
*
TOPSY YOUNG
V
The beautiful American vedette .
in one of her original creations.
Roberto MORALES and his CUBAHABANAS
with the exotic dancer, VILMA
in a new Cuban folklore interpretation!
ROSITA and ANTONIO. Spanish dancers
. .from the most famous night clubs
of Havana.


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TU PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JN* 11, 1M1
Red Sox Snap Losing Streak With Two Victories
Bostonians Club Indians
9-6, 8-2 At Cleveland
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 11 The Rid Sox, who hod gone
through three seasons of frustration in Cleveland, finally
beat the Indians there 9-6 and 8-2 to go two full games
ahead of the Indians in third place.
The Red Sox had won only (our
games there In their previous SO.
In the opener Dom DiMaggio
made five hits and Bobby Doerr
homered as Bill Wight, with re-
lief help from Mickey McDermott,
was the victor.
Rav Scarborough pitched a sev-
en-hitter and Ted Williams drove
In three runs with a homer in
the second game. The Red Sox
and the Tigers were the only two
teams to sweep doubleheaders
yesterday.
. The Tigers took two from the
Athletic*. 11-7, and 9-5, at De-
troit while the Browns defeated
the Senators 10-9 then lost 3-2 in
eleven Innings at St. Louis.
The Yankees proved that the
White Box were human after all
w-en they von the series with
them three to one but the sur-
prise team of the majors made a
sensational comeback by surging
from behind and capturing the
nightcap of the Sunday double-
header 11-7 after losing the
opener 2-1 with Ed Lopat on the
mound for the Yankees.
What happened in the night-
cap will be remembered for a
long while. The White Sox made
eleven runs in three big spurts
all of them after two were
outand won the game to split
the twinblll.
Lopat's victory was a seven-
hitter, his ninth decision against
one loss, over Saul Rogovin who
yielded only six sale blows. The
split left the White Sox two and
ode-half games in front as they
leu on another eastern road trip
in which they hoped but hardly
expected to duplicate their last
effort when they went through
unbeaten.
The White Sox made five runs,
in the fourth, two more In the'
fifth and four moreall unearn-
ed in a wild seventh Inning after
an error by the usually peerless
Phil Rizzuto set them up.
The Tigers moved to within
one and one-half games of the
fourth place Indians with their,
double win. The second game was
settled with a six-run rally in the
third In which Aaron Roblnson'a
three-ran double was the big
blow.
The Tigers came from behind
, In the opener and Pete Suder's
| two-run error put them ahead to
stay.
Ned Garver. though banged for
18 hits, stayed on to win his ninth
game for the Browns in the open-
er. The Browns made ten tilts
but put over (he winning run in
the seventh On Ken Wood's sin-
gle.
Stubby () verm ire. with a 1-9
victory for the Brown* in his
grasp, let the Senators tie It up
in the ninth of the second game
and after each team scored In
the tenth, Gil Coan won it for
the Senators' Don Johnson in
the eleventh with a homer.
In the National League the
Dodgers won a 2-1 decision from
the Pirates then suffered a 5-4
setback at Ebbets Field while the
Giants bested the Cubs 6-1 then
lost 7-3 at the Polo Grounds. The
Cardinals edged the Braves 5-4
and the Cincinnati at Philadel-
phia game was rained out.
Larry Jansen pitched a six-hit-
ter and was backed up by Wes
Westrum, Alvln Dark. Eddie
Stanky and Don Muellerall of
whom clouted homersas the
Giants won the opener, but Sal
Maglle. with nine straight victo-
ries, failed to prolong the best
whining streak of the majors in
the second game and was batted
out while suffering his third de-
feat.
Bob Rush, supported by hom-
ers by Ransom Jackson and Andy
Pafko, won hi* fourth game.
Ralph Kiner's second home
run of the day and his 15th of
the year gave the Pirates their
second game decision. The
Dodgers' Ralph Branca won the
opener, hi* fourth straight as a
starter, on six hits. Carl Furlllo
supported him with three of
the Dodgers' five hits off Bob
Friend.
Harry Brecheen was given a
three-run first inning lead and
kept in front all the way to score
his fourth victory for the Cardin-
als even though the Braves' Raj
Mueller banged a three-run horn-
!1________
Faces In
The Majors
Sherman Lollar Ted William
Albrook-Curundu Rifle Team
Leads Balboa In Mid-Match;
Marines Not Heard From Yet
As the 100-yard portion of the
NRA Short Course team match
with the 30-06 rifle finished at
the Balboa Gun Clubs Far Fan
range yesterday, the Albrook-Cu-
rundu aggregation held a sub-
stantial lead over their nearest
rivals, the Balboa home team.
They can still be upset, however,
by the Marine Barracks teams
when they fire this part of the
match next week on their return
from Bermuda.
Albrook-Curundu's score up to
this point is 1077 out of a possi-
ble 1200, a fine showing in a
match which includes position'
shooting and rapid fire at, the
NRA decimal targets. Next week's
part of the match (to be fired
Sunday, June 17 calls for 20
shots at 200 yards. 10 hots slow
and 10 rapid, all prone. Balboa
Team No. 1 has a score of 1031,
and they are going to have a
fight on their hands to hold sec-
ond place against the Marine ag-
gregation.
Bill Jaffray and Gil Kemm,
both of Albrook-Curundu, are
holding the individual scores with
leading the Individual scores with
284 and 275 respectively out of a
possible 300 score. Archie Turner
in third place with 265 leads Bal-
boa, followed closely by Bill Mer-
rlman of Albrook-Curundu with
264, and Al Joyce and Clayton
Breckon of Balboa with 261 each,
Breckon leading Joyce by three
x ring shots.
Anything can happen in this
match still although Balboa will
have to really get hot to catch
the aggregation of airmen and
civilians that make up Albrook-
Curundu. The Marines are an un-
known quantity on this course;
they have the hooters to win but
the course of fire is strange to
them, and knowing the score they
have to beat puts them under
pressure.
Twenty shooters- turned out
yesterday, and there will probably
be another 10 next week.
Jesus Campos
Due To Arrive
Here Tonight
Jesns Campos of Puerto Rico la
due to arrive at Tocumen Airport
at 9:35 tonight, according to in-
formation given this paper today
by Matchmaker Louis Craig.
Campos is scheduled to substi-
tute Ai Pennino in the ten-round
main event Sunday night, June
17, at the Colon Arena against
Federico Plummer.
According to Craig, Pennino
was injured in an automobile ac-
cident while on his way to a I'.S.
airport Saturday previous to
making the trip to Panam. His
manager, Thomas Brown, who al-
so handles Campos, decided to
use his other boy to fulfill the
engagement. Brown sent a tele-
irari this morning saying that
ampos will be on the Isthmus
tonight.
The Puerto Rican dropped a 9-
round decision to Willie Pep only
last Monday, June 4, at Balti-
more in the featured contest on
the program.
Campo* is a topnotch main
event fighter, having beaten such
boys as Archie Devino, Ralph Mc-
Neill, Ivor Frediricks, Johnny
Johnnegan, Jimmy Rooney and
Pat Marenne.
Meanwhile, Plummer and the
other local lad* who will appear
on the card entered their final
week of training in perfect shape.
They could enter the ring tonight.
Vicente Worrell will be shoot-
ing for his sixth straight win
against the once classy Gregorio
Perex at 12 pounds in a six-
round semifinal.
Carlos Watson and David Mar-
tinez, 135-poundert, clash in one
of the two four-round prelimina-
ries. Fidel Morris and Joe Sande
tackle each other In the second
four-rounder at a 126-pound
weight limit.
Gamboa Invitational Tourney
Championship Flight Results
Army To Play Penn
Whether Game Is
Televised Or Not
WEST POINT, N. Y., June 11
(UPiCol. Orn C. Krueger, di-
rector of athletics at West Point,
said Saturday that Army's sched-
uled football game with Penn-
sylvania this year "definitely will
be played" regardless of whether
it is televised.
Tom Hamilton, chairman of
the NCAA's steering committee
on television had said earlier that
Army would play Pennsylvania
"but not If the garhe Is televised."
He said Col. Krueger had assured
him of that stand.
Col. Krueger explained the dif-
ferences in their statements as
follows:
"I told Tom that Army would
cooperate with the NAA," he haid.
"I imagine he drew the Inference
from that that we would play only
If Pennsylvania did not televise
the. game. That is Incorrect, how-
ever. I never at any time told Tom
that."
?
PAA Tournament Championship
Flight Today
The outstanding match played
l.'i the championship flight at
Gamboa on this past week end
wa* the one between Johnny
MacMurray and Dave Starrett,
which required 20 holes for John-
ny to emerge the winner.
This was a nip and tuck affair
with never more than a 2-up dif-
ference. This advantage was held
twice by Johnny on the In nine.
Johnny was one up on the turn
and he won the tenth to go two
up.
Both men shot 73s for eighteen
holes which is excellent golf of
any occasion on this rough little
course. Here are the scoring hole
by hole:
Out Nine:..................
Dave: 53437364 439
John: 53436454 439
In:
533S5443 4-34-73 5 4
44434454 496 73 5 3
P. Trim. Jr.. and George Engel-
ke also played 20 hole for deci-
sion. Engelke's finish drive was
spectacular and sustained for the
last four holes which he won to
even the match on the eigh-
teenth. The nineteenth was halv-
ed with 5 s. George 3-,putted the
twentieth to lose the match 1-
down.
Hammond beat Spain 2 and 1
and it took excellent play to do it.
Spain hasn't been playing much
golf lately, but the desire to win
was strong within him. Hammond
shot a 74, Spain a 76.
Another' match that brought
forth much excitement was an-
other strong finish drive was the
Doo Gerrans-George Rlley con-
test. Rlley had been picked to win
this one, but Gerrans Is never a
push-over and many times has
upset those favored to win. Rlley
seemed to be off hi* game, but
''Doc'' was in there making every
shot count.
Rlley'a effort was noble, but he
was playing a stubborn opponent.
Gerrans shot a 78; Riley a 79.
Charlie MacMurray defeated
Gene Hochstedler 3 and 2. Char-
He waa shooting either birdie* or
bogles. On the out nine" he shot a
37 with birdies on 4. 7 and 8 to
put Gene three down at the turn.
Coming home Charlie had anoth-
er birdie on 12. Gene fought hard,
but it just wasn't his day. Char-
lie shot a 76; Gene a 80.
The most unexpected result wa
the defeat of Joe Brbaro, Brazos
Brook's pro, by Harve^Beall 2
and 1. There is no desire to de-
tract from Harvej>'s fine victory,
but few expected him to beat
Barbara. It goes to show what a
man with determination can do.
When Brbaro wa* questioned
(Continued en Page SIX)
American League
Teams
Won Lost Pet.
Chicago..... 33 14
New York..... 39 18
Boston...... 99 21
Cleveland .... 97 93
Detroit...... 94 23
Washington .... 18 99
St. Louis..... 17 34
Philadelphia .... 15 33
.702
.640
.580
.540
.511
.333
.333
.313
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Washington (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESI'I.TS
FIRST GAME
Boston 900 214 2009 13
Cleveland 002 030 0108 II
Along The Fairways
The monthly P.W.O.A. tourna-
ment will be June 16 at the Pan-
ama Golf Club. Members, please
call your club representative or
Mrs. Sylva Carpenter, 2-1777. so
that lunches and matches can be
arranged.
There will be a nine-hole tour-
nament for those who feel that
they cannot play the full eigh-
teen hole*. All new golfers are
welcome to participate regardless
of scores net or handicap*. It is
not necessary to belong to the
Panam Women's Golf Associa-
tion. Teeing-off time for these
special golfers will be ten o'clock
There will be the usual one dollar
fee for the luncheon.
STATION H. 0. 6.
EVERY MONDAY
7:00 to 7:30 PM
Juan Franco ,
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Raymond 814, 33.80.
2El Mao 83.20.
SECOND RACE
1Arqulmedes 95.80, $3.20.
2Casablanca $3;
First Double: (Raymond-Ar-
auimedes) 946.99.
THIRD RACE
1Norma 314.8Q. 33.40.
2Little Lulu 82.40,
One-Two: (Norma-I.ittlr Lulu)
62960.
FOURTH RACE
1Don Shale 96.60. 33.60, 92.80.
2Domino 83.20. (2.60.
3Brochaclto 93.60.
Quiniela: (Dea Sssslc-Domine)
99.49.
FIFTH RACE
1Pinard 39 20, $3.60.
2 Welsh Loch $3.
SIXTH RACE
1Mete Bulla $17.80, $8.80. $6.80.
2 Manhattan $4.60. $4.
3Purple 8pray $7.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Frutal $10. $3.80. $3.40.
2 Betn (ei $3 60. $4-40.
3Fanglo Second Doubles: (Mete Bulla-
Frutal) $141.60.
EIGHTH RACE
1Bendigo $9.80. $3.40. $3.
2El Monge $3.20. $2.80.
3- Armeno $4-20.
Quiniela: (Bendigo-El Monge i
NINTH RACE
1Sandwood $2.20, $2.20. $2.20.
2Gale Force $2.20. $2 20.
3Own Power $3.20.
One Twe: (Sandwood Gale
Forre) $4.69.
TENTH RACE
1Welsh Fox 92 40
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Black Sambo $260. $2.90.
2 Recodo $4 20. $2.20.
3-Torcaza 82-2U.
Wight (9-4), McDermott and
Moss.
Wynn (5-7), Brlsste, (hakales,
Fahr and Hegan.
SECOND GAME
Boston 919 9913399 11 9
Cleveland 990 109 1002 7 3
Scarborough (3-3), and Rosar.
Garcia (5-4), Zuverink, Teb-
betts and Hegan.
National League
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn.....31 13 .633
Cincinnati.....95 23 .521
St. Louis.....26 24 .520
New York.....27 26 .509
Boston......25 26 .490
Chicago......22 24 .478
Philadelphia .... 23 27 .460
Pittsburgh.....19 30 .388
Jim Riley Medalist In
Juvenia Golf Tournament
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Pittsburgh
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
FIRST GAME
Chicago 100 000 000I 6 S
New York 002 210 03x6 9 1
Lown (9-3), Klippstein and
Walker.
Jansen (6-5) and Westrum.
FIRST GAME
Pbila. 902 401 0097 19 3
Detroit 921 123 92k 11 11 1
Fowler (2-5), Hooper, Scheib
and Tipton.
Newhouser, Hutchinson
and Ginsberg.
(4-2)
SECOND GAME
Phila. 000 113 0005 12 0
Detroit 006 020 Olx9 15 1
Coleman (1-4), Shants, Zoldak,
Kucab and Astroth.
Cala (4-4), Stuart, Trout and
Robinson.
FIRST GAME
Wash. 999 132 900 9 19 0
St. Louis 292 923 lOx10 10 3
Rasara, Harris (8-3) and Gue-
rra.
Garver (9-3) and Lollar.
SECOND GAME
Wash. 000 000 001 113 14 1
St. Louis 100 990 999 102 8 0
Johnson (l-2> aad Grasse.
Overmir (1-6), Hogue and
Batts, Lollar.
FIRST GAME
New York 999 910 0102 6 0
Chicago 999 901 0001 7 1
SECOND GAME
Chicago 112 200 0107 14 1
New York 811 001 0003 10 1
Rush (4-2) and Burgess.
Maglle (9-3), Gettel, Spencer,
Jones, Kennedy and Westrum.
FIRST GAME
Pittsburgh 100 000 0001 6 1
Brooklyn 010 100 OOx2 5 0
Friend (1-2), Werle and Mc-
Cullough, Fitzgerald.
Branca (5-1) and Campanella.
SECOND GAME
Piltts. 019 101 000 025 9 3
Bklvn. 000 000 210 014 11 1
LaPalme, Werle (3-0) and Mc-
Cu Hough.
Podbielan, Bankhead, Erskine
(5-5) and Campanella.
St. Louis 300 000 2005 13 0
Boston 000 100 3004 9 2
Breechen (4-0) and Rice.
Spahn (6-5), Chipman and
Mueller.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
(Postponed rain)
Lopat (9-1) and Berra.
Rogovin (4-2) and Niarhos.
Jim Rlley, medalist, overcame
a difficult opponent Is Betty Cole-
man to win his first match in the
Juvenia Watch Golf Tournament
at Summit Hills 4 and 3. Rlley
waa three over par when the
match ended on the fifteenth
hole.
Results of other matches of the
first round of play were: Jim
DesLondes defeated Verne Ander-
son 2 and 1; Bill LeBrun, shoot-
ing a 76, defeated Howard Tet-
tenburn 2 and 1; Paul "Shanky"
Moran defeated Dick Colsto nby
default; Evelyn Judson defeated
M. B. Huff 1 up; Ruth Presley de-
feated Harriet Hochstedler 1 up;
Dick Thompson defeated John
Towery 3 and 2; Maury Muller
defeated Wilma Lavers 1 up on
the 19th hole; Louise Reynolds
defeated Bart Ellen 5 and 4; W. A.
Daniels defeated Ed Pratt 1 up
on the 20th hole.
Evelyn Judson, by defeating M.
B. Huff 1 up served notice to the
rest of the players that she was
out to deal with anyone who got
in her way. Huff qualified with a
65 net score, but today more than
met his match. Another surprise,
Maury' Muller defeated Wllma
LaVer* on the 19th hole, as Maury
sunk his putt for a birdie three
to finish the match. Another
highly favored golfer, Louise Rey-
nolds, shot an 83 with her 13 han-
dicap to beat Bart Eltch 5 and 4.
Pairings for the second round
of the Juvenia Watch Handicap
Tournament are as follows:
UPPER HALF
Jim Rlley vs. Pearl Trim.
Jim DesLondes vs. Jasper Stric-
ter.
Ruth Presley vs. Gene Hoch-
stedler.
Nellie Whitney vs. Dick Egolf.
Bill LeBrun vs. Al Saarinen.
Jack Smith vs. Don McNevln.
Paul Moran vs. G. H. Pescod.
J. R. Olson vs. Gertrude Smed-
ley.
LOWER HALF
Evelyn Judson vs. Harry Wil-
len brock.
Dick Thompson vs. Phil Whit-
ney.
Maury Muller vs. R. A. Bernett.
Bud Balcer vs. G. A. Reynolds.
Lpulse Reynolds vs. John Davis.
George Rlley vs. Pres Trim, Jr.
W. A. Daniels vs. Johnnie Har-
dyman.
Pres Trim, Sr.' vs. Jim Hinkle.
As the field closes down to the
final 32 players six women golf-
era are still very much in the run-
ning. Ail six have an excellent
chance to win their matches this
week, thereby creating the possi-
bility f an all-women semi-fin-
als. This happened at the last
handicap golf tournament held
on the Brazos Brook course. Sum-
mit male members have firmlyl
resolved that it wont happen atl
Summit. As the field stands now,l
the odds are against the women I
30 to 6, but the possibility still ex-f
istsand very strongly too.
Players are urged to contact!
their opponents and play their I
matches as soon as possible. Ill
no arrangements have been made I
during the week it Is understood!
that the matches are scheduled!
for 9:00 a.m. Sunday, June 17. If
only one player makes his ap-
pearance at the clubhouse atl
that time, he or she wins thai
match by default.
With the many extra hoiel
matches involved In the first!
round of play, and with the in-
creased possibility of additional
extra hole matches, the tourna-
ment committee has decided to
adopt a suggested local rule and
to publish It in accordance with,!
the Rules of Golf, that matches I
ending all even will be played off'l
hole by hole until one side wins a, I
hole. Strokes will be alowe'd as iaf
the prescribed round. The play-
off will start on the hole when
the match began.
Summit members are remind- ',
ed of the general meeting to be
held at 7:30 p.m. June 13, for an-
nual election of officers and dis-
cussion of Important questions.
All members are urged to com
out.
Counterpoint Upsels
Battlefield While
Setting New Record
NEW YORK, June 11 (UP)
The lightly-regarded Counter-
point raced his way to a starting
oerth In the Belmont Stakes next
Saturday with an Impressive win
in Saturday's Peter Pan Handi-
cap.
The C. V. Whitney colt beat the
favored Battlefield by threw
lengths In the $20,000 Belmont
feature for three-year-olds. And,
Counterpoint did It in track rec-
ord time, too.
Jockey Dave Gorman asked they
Whitney color-bearer to go at thai
stretch turn in the mile and one'
eighth prep for the $100,000 Bel-
mont. Counterpoint responded
with a burst of speed, flashed past
the tiring HalLof Fame and beat
a surging Battlefield by three i
lengths. Hall of Fame ran thlrcj
The time was 1:47 4-5, two-1
fifths of second better than thai,
record set by Marriage in 1942.'
The payoff on Counterpoint wa'
a big one $33.50, $7.70, and $4.39.
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MONDAY. JUNE 11, lfSl
i i
m PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1LT NEWSPAPER
Mgi nrt
-
pacific Society
Me. %JJ- WarLn (Dor PL f%JU)
Bo, 393, (Ltoa JLfklf-Vtl Batloa 2872
GOVERNOR AND MRS. NEWCOMER
WILL ENTERTAIN AT DINNER THIS EVENING
The Governor of The Panama Canal and Mr. Franela K.
Newcomer will entertain at dinner thU evening at the Gov-
ernor' residence In honor of the Ambassador of Peru to Pa-
nama and Dean of the Diplomatic Corp and Mm. Emilio Or-
tit de Zevalloa.
New Officers of IAWC
Announced at Luncheon
Officers of the Inter-American
Women's Club for 1961-1952 were
announced at the annual lunch-
eon of the group held Saturday
at the Hotel El Panama's Bella
Vista Room.
Mrs. Alice Lombard, wife of
Executive Secretary of the Pan-
ama Canal, Eugene C. Lombard,
was named as president.
Other Officers will be as fol-
lows: Mrs. Irene Donovan, first
vice-president; Mrs. Hercllia I.
de Cucaln, second vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Gene Simpson, treas-
urer; Mrs. Mary C. de Garcia de
Paredes, assistant treasurer; Mrs.
Margaret Cramer, secretary; and
Mrs. Julieta A. de Moses, assist-
ant secretary.
Directors elected from the
American membership roster in-
clude Mrs. Jenny Stephens, Mrs.
L. Vogel. Mrs. Virginia Boyd,
Mrs. Billle Medlnger. Mrs. Mar-
fuerlte Brown. Mrs. Dorothy
hornton, Mrs. Marge Daniels,
Mrs. Kay Withers, Mrs. Marian
Rice. Mrs. Mildred Greene. Mrs.
Arllne Raymond, Mrs. Marguer-
ite MacMurray. Mrs. Isabelle Cle-
mens and Mrs. Nancy Sidebo-
tham.
Panamanian directors are:
Mrs. Isabel E. de Vallarlno, Mrs.
Adela C. de Sosa, Mrs. Cecl
Heurtematte, Mrs. Rosita de
Hernandez, Mrs. Angela de Gon-
zalez RevUla. Mrs. Isabelle de
Angellnla. Mrs. Corlnne de Ro-
bles, Mrs. Ruth Philipps. Mrs.
Lollt E. de Icaza and Mrs. Do-
ra A. de Arias.
Cardenas Garden Club
Will Meet Tomorrow
The Cardenas River Garden
Club will meet tomorrow evening
at 5:30 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles P. Morgan at Ml-
raflores. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Dunn will be guests of honor. Mr.
Dunn will give a talk on "Orchids
and Antheros" and will show
colored slides of his orchlrs.
president, succeeding Mrs. Hugh
White. Ellen 8hlpley Rogan will
occupy the office of junior presi-
dent because of the absence of
President Anna Johnson.
Eckbergs Leave
for Coata Rica
Mrs. H. F. Eckberg and daugh-
ter, Kllenlta. of Quarry HelghU,
left today for a short vacation in
Costa Rica.
Terry Moore Honored
at Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moore of
Ancon entertained 24 young
guests at their residence yester-
| day afternoon on the occasion of
I the fifth birthday of their
I daughter. Terry.
urday, June 9, at Gorgas Hospi-
tal, irte maternal grandmother
is Mrs. John J. Kotallk of Loco-
na ar.d the paternal grandmo-
ther is Mrs. Mary Barrett of St.
Petersburg, Fla.
Elks Will Hold
Flag Day Exercises
Elks' Lodge No. 1414 will hold
Flag Day exercises at the Elks-
Home on La Boca Road on June
14 at 7 p.m. The guest speaker of
the occasion will be J. E. Egllng-
ton, Department Commander of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
The public Is invited to attend.
Mrs. Home Has
Week-End Guest
Michael Ashe. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Ashe of Call, Co-
lombia, who are well known in |
Isthmian circles, was the week-
end guest of Mrs. E. P. Home of
Ancon, while stopping here en
route to Cali from his prepara-
tory school In Canada.
Mrs. Russell and Guest
Return on 8.8. Ancon
Mrs. Walter B. Russell, wife of
Major Russell of Fort Clayton,
returned today aboard the S.8.
Ancon after spending a vacation
in the States. She was accompa-
nied by Mrs. Johnathan Stott of
Charlotte, N.C.
Rummage Sale to be Held
for Bella VUta Home
A rummage sale to benefit the
Bella Vista Children's Home will
be held on June 15 from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. at the Ancon Greenhouse.
Committee cha I r m a n Mrs.
Charles P. Morgan requests don-
ors to send to the greenhouse,
items of clothing, cooking uten-
sils, shoes, books, dishes, etc.. in
order to insure the success of this
project.
Arrangements can be made for
pickup of rummage by telephon-
ing 2-2880 or 2-2390.
Duplicate Bridge
Tonight at Diablo
Duplicate contract bridge will
be played at 8:45 this evening at
the Diablo Heights Clubhouse.
Ceramics by R- K. Morris
Now on Exhibit at JWB
An exhibit of ceramics by R. K.
Morris and three guest ceramists
Margaret Flowers and Harding
black of San Antonio, Texas, and
Jean Karch of Balboa opened
yesterday at the JWB service
Center on La Boca Road in Bal-
boa under the auspices of the
Canal Zone Art League.
The show will be open daily
through June 24 and the public
is cordially Invited to attend.
C.A.R. Will
Celebrate Flag Day
The William Crawford Gorgas
Society, Children of the Ameri-
can Revolution, will meet tomor-
row afternoon at 3 p.m. at the
home of Diane and Larry Han-
rahen, quarters 554-B Curundu
Heights. In honcr of Flag Day.
Mrs. Vln-,en ;". :ianrahan is
the State i resident and Mrs.
William Taylor >.t the new senior
Mr. and Mrs. Sldebotham
Are "At Home"
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Sldebo-
tham held an at home for their
friends yesterday noon at their
new home in La Carrasquilla.
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Miller
Return from Vacation
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Henry Mil-
ler accompanied by their two
children, returned to the Isthmus
today aboard the 8.S. Ancon.
They have returned to their re-
sidence at Fort Kobbe after
spending a vacation In the
States.
Catholic Nurses Will
Meet Tomorrow
The Canal Zone Council of Ca-
tholic Nurse will meet at 7:30
pro, tomorrow in the Social Hall
of the Sacred Heart Chapel in
Ancon.
"-' to Santiago
is Planned
..rt-ii l( wls B. Moore of Balboa
Heights. Miss Mabel Shaffar of
Curundu and Mrs. Frank Pyles of
Washington, DC, a guest at the
Hotel Tlvoli will leave tomorrow
for a short trip to the Interior.
They plan to spend two days in
Santiago.
Horace 8. Villar, Jr.
Is To Be Married
The following invitation has
been received here which will be
of interest to the many friends
of the farmer Superintendent of
Gorgas Hospital and the late Mrs.
Villa:
"Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Olin Ad-
ams request the honor of your
presence at the marriage of their
daughter, Patricia Ann, to Hor-
ace 8umner VUlars. Jr.. on Fri-
day, the fifteenth of June, nine-
teen hundred and fifty-one. at
half after four o'clock In the
Chapel of the First Methodist
Church, In Evanston, Illinois."
A reception will follow the
ceremony in the Church Parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Breeco
Will Give Farewell Party
Invitations have been Issued to
a cocktail buffet to be given at
8:30 p.m. on Friday by Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence M. BTeece of Bal-
boa. In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Dashwod P. Darling of Brazos
Heights, who are leaving in the
near future to reside In San
Francisco. California..
Birth Announcement
Captain and Mrs. John T. Bar-
rett of Ancon announce the birth
of a son. Mark Thomas, on Sat-
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panama No 58 Justo Arosemena Ave.
foot Treatments, Corns. Callouses, Ingrown Toe Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments. Massages,
Slenderizing Machine, Turkish Baths Male and female
operators For Information call: 3-2217 Panam.
JIt ni.: 'ifi n.m.
NOW
Our present for
the June bridas:
20/o OFF
oo all "SIMMONS"
Springs and Mattresses
To keep healthy, young and pretty.
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PHONES: 2-1830
* 2-1833
Group Meetings
The Liga Cvica Nacional will
hold Its first monthly business
meeting tomorrow evening at the
Cervecera lounge at which time
matters of vital Interest to the
entire membership Will come up
for discussion.
LCN president Rupert Prmgle
urges all members to attend the
meeting scheduled to start at
8:00 o'clock.
GORHAM
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KimiiwiS* by mm* *nj ether feraaa.
They come toyou sterile help keep
out dirt and germs. Mercurochroma
or t) ro-thri-dn pad.
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Arosemena, Hooper
Receive Degrees
In California
PASADENA. California, June
11 Ricardo M. Arosemena of
Panama and Frank L. Hooper of
Cristobal, Canal Zone, received
degrees at the 57th Annual Com-
mencement Exercises of the Ca-
lifornia Institute of Technology.
. A civil engineering student.
Arosemena received the degree of
master of science. He is the son
of Sr. and Sra. Rogelio Aroseme-
na and is a graduate of colegio
La Salle. He attended theCatho
He University In Washington,
D.C., where he received the de-
cree of bachelor of science, and
he Is a member of the American
Society of Civil Engineers.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch
J Hooper, Hooper received the)
degree of bachelor of science
"with honor" for outstanding
scholastic achievement. He ma*
joi(\< In chemistry. He Is a IMS
graduate of Cristobal High School
and he attended Canal Zone Ju-
nior College. Balboa lr. 1942-43
and 1947-48. He Is a veteran of
two and one-hair years in the ar-
my. He is married.
Today is

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the Pontiff's elevation to the rank of Bishop. It was one of the Pope's rare trips outside the
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Price of Fame Works
Out at 30 Days Hard
For AWOL Rescuer
ALBANY, Ga., June 11 (UP)
It cost Air Force Pvt. Ray Val-
lalpando 30 days at hard labor
and a fine of $28 to rescue a
couDle from a burning house.
That, was the penalty handed
out today to the Atlanta. Qa.,
hero who received severe burns
in the recent rescue. Unfor-
tunately for him, he was AWOL
on his honeymoon at the time
and the Air Force caught up
with him when newspaper ac-
counts of the rescue reached his
Florida Offers Army
Orange Juke Chasers
For Foxhole Rations
LAKELAND, Fla., June 11
(UP)The Florida Citrus Com-
mission will set out this week
to show Army quartermasters
how easy lt is to serve citrus in
front-line combat zones.
Through its service agency,
base.
Officers explained that the
sentence probably would have
been lighter except that this was
Vallalpando's third similar of-
fense.
the Commission will put on a
lour-hour show in Chicago next
Wednesday and Thursday at the
Army Quartermaster Corps of-
ficer candidate school.
Kate Totus and Martha Tap-
per, agency representatives, will
demonstrate how to use citrus
fruit In training menus. The
future army food offices will also
be shown the Commission's new
full length sound film on the
Florida citrus Industry, entitled
"The Sun Goes North."
As he left here for Chicago,
Commission advertising man-
ager Dawson Newton said he
would do his best to do a Rood
selling Job to the Army.
"If possible." Newton said,
"I'm golnR to sell every can of
Florida processed citrus in the
state."
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MORRISON'S
No. 4 fourth of July A**.
Phone 2-9441
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Me. Si Will 11th Strut. ,
THE PANMA AMERICAN
Ne. St "H" StrMtianem*
Ne. 12.17 Central Ave.Colo.
FOR SALE
Household
fOR SALE:All the furnitures of in
apartment, including Drawing-
. room set of Philpipine Rattan, Gas
Stove, Frigidaire refrigerator with
. automatic Defroster, Q-34 RCA
Radio, Studio Couch, etc. Every-
thing completely new. See every
lay from 9 to 11 a. m. and 3 to
3 p. m. at 50th Street No. 23,
Apartment No. 7.
FOR SALE: HospiUl bed. $5.00;
..netlan blinds for 12 family Apt.
4530. Tel. Balboo 3254. House
. 5.433-1, Dioblo._________________
FCH SALEColonial type diningroom
' suite, 10 pieces $200.00, Hi chair
$6.00. House 225 Pedro Miguel,
telephone 4-454.
FOR" SALE:Plastic lampshodes, Ca-
nasta sets. Still a few left. At so-
"crlfice prices. HASMO S. A., 51
Via Espaa.
. fO' RSALE:Westinghouse refriger-
''* otor, 9 cu. ft. 1 yeor guarantee,
dining-table with benches. Swedish
, tf -High chair, fans, miscellaneous
-'arTicles. 1403-A. Corr Street, Bol-
"' boo.
jJ .... ------------------------------------------------------------
FOR SALE:Bendix automatic wash-
/ ing machine, Corona-Smith port-
able typewriter, lightweight elec-
trie hand steam iron, baby crib
*C and innerspring mattress, Acroso-
nic piono. 2170-B, 8th St. Curun-
n ,.FOR SALE: Refrigerator Crosley
Shelvador. 60 cycles, Singer sew-
-ing hond machine. Phone 916.
. Colon.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set, two
enamel tobies, gas refrigerator.
Plomeria Nacional, Central Avenue
' 210, towards East 32nd Street.
FOR SALE
Bouts & Motors
FOR-SALE:1-4 H. P. 25 Cycle Mo-
.,. tor. 16-G shot gun single, with
shells. Electric iron, good. Phone
. 4-506. 107-B. Pedro Miguel.

FOR SALE:One "Johnson Motor"
22 horse power, brond new. Bar-
gain, apply Bodega Tropical. Phone
2-3203.

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concerning the highlights of the
match, he stated that Harvey had
played* a steady, determined and
aggressive game, while his own
play was a bit off its usual form,
he felt that Harvey will give a
few more players trouble before
the tournament is over.
Anbal Macarrn shot the
best score of the daya burn-
ing 71 to defeat Zilkie 5 and 4.
. Mac's play wasn't spectacular,
ut it was mighty steadydown
... the middle on his drives; to the
green*; on the proper shot; two
putt* for another par. Mac bo-
. led 5 and blrdied 8 to shoot
> thai out nine in 36. Coming
.. heme he parred and all except
IS .which he blrdied for a 35.
. Zilkie Shot a 78. ordinarily a
good score, but Macarrn was
- certainly hot this day..
Lombrola shot a 74 at Hover-
ion to win 6 and C5. Vine* was
expected to win this one and If he
continues to play like this, he will
cause many headaches In days to
"some.
J Jankus defeated Muller i uo.
i Jalo details of this m-
I learned, but It is known that MuV-
I ttr recently was disemine.....i
. Oorgas Hospital and Li regaining
. 5t'-ength slowly. He is a tough
9 player and shouldn't be
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1950 Lincoln with Hy-
dromotic, radio, new tires, perfect
condition. $2.500.00. Owner leav-
ing country. Phone 875 (11-
1 :00 p. m. 5-7 p. m.l. Colon.
FOR SALE:1950 Buick 2-door se-
dan, low mileage, radio, dynaflow,
VV/S tires, excellent condition, $2.-
400.00. Coll Robertson, Cristobal,
3-2111.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nosh '2 door,
nile green, duty paid, recent mo-
tor tune-up, new tries, 12,000
miles (actual). Can be financed
Phone T/Sgt. Vilco. Albrook 5200.
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. Pan-
ama Auto S. A. Justo At ose me na
Avenue.
FOR SALE:Leaving, must sell 1948
Crosley. Good condition. Duty
paid. Best offer takes it. See 2120
A, Curundu.
FOR SALE:1942 Dodge, excellent
condition. New tires. ALSO 1938
Plymouth. Good transportation,
$100.00. Call 2-2768 or House
1513. Apt. D, Akee St. Balboa.
FOR SALE:1949 Studebaker Star-
light coupe. Overdrive, undercoat-
ing, new tirtjj and battery, finish,
motor, r.terior perfect condition.
Phone Fort Clayton 5285 or see
at Quarter 306-A on Tuesday be-
tween 5:00 ond 6:00 p. m.
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFERS ,
, FOR SALE
The Panamo Canal offers for sole
under sealed bids, to be" opened 10:
30 A. M June 19, 1951, 576
items of Motor Vehicle. Ports for
Chevrolet Cars located ot Ancori
Garage, Motor Transportation Divi-
sion. For information and inspection
contact Mr. L. R. Fronklin, telephone
2-2175. Bids forms may be obtain-
ed from the above source, or from
the office of Superintendent of Store-
houses, Bolboo, telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE.47 Ford, 4 door, rodlo,
$700.00. Tel. 273-3296 week
days.
FOR SALE:1949 Buick Dynaflow
Roodmaster Sedanette with Radio
and Air System. Less than 9,000
actual miles, maintained in per-
fect condition. Duty free. Make
offer. Telephone Panama 2-0620
from 8 to 5, 3-1684 evenings.
Sturgill.
FOR SALE: 1950 HiUmen Minx
Convertible Coupe eeler ten, t*4
leather upholstery. Only 2,000
miles. This cor must bo seen to
appreciate. $490 down and rive
it away. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
your FORD dealer on automobile
row. T.lephene 2-IOI1 2-1036
Panam.
FO RSALE:Jeep. Army surplus, oil
mahogany, enclosed body. Coll Al-
brook 86-6226.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED: -
for cash.
Jeep, good condition
Telephone 2-1409.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
In residential section such as Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
sign lease. Panama 3-1684, 5 to
8 p. m.
WANTED: 3 showcases, new or
used. Paneme Auto S. A. Avenida
Juste Aretemene. Phono 3-4550.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Responsible woman,
take chorge oportment ond child.
Must cook. Apply today only. Fed.
FDyd Ave. No. 4, (Coso Mirador)
Apt. 1.
j f&V*
results of the other match-
es about which only the score is
2lSabJe *JV cht>deck defeated
Smith by default; Corsale defeat-
ed Trim, Sr. 3 and 2; Lewter won
ftom Richmond 2 and 1; Schenck
feated Hlnkle 5 and 4; and C
Wood won from Joaqun de la
- REFRIGERATORS
FOR 75 cts.
In spite of the present short-
es and the rising prices we
- ; are still offering
p; ADMIRAL
g refrigerators for as low as
75 cts. a DAY*
And you take home vour box
right away!
It will not hurt you to drop in
and Inquire...
MUEBLERA
CASA SPARTON
Central 323
next to Encanto Theatre
'Also available in Clab Plan
Guardia 3 and 2; Jim Rlley de-
feated Fleming 3 and 2.
The defeated 16 players who
make up the first flight are: Up-
per BracketStarrett vs. Flem-
ing; Spain vs. J. de la Guardia;
G. Engelke vs. J. 8mlth; Zilkie vs.
Hochstedler. Lower Bracket
Trim, Sr. vs. Muller; Brbaro vs.
Richmond; O. Rlley vs. Hlnkle;
Murray vs. Hoverson.
The Championship Flight now
consists of the following: Upper
BracketJ. MacMurray vs. J Rl-
ley; Hammond vs.C. Wood; Trim,
Jr. vs. Chandeck; Macarrn vs.
C. MacMurray. Lower Bracket
Corsale vs. Jankus; Beall vs. Lew-
ter; Gerrans vs. Schenck; Galln-
do vs. Lombrola.
MISCELLANEOUS
7e you bevo a driakina problem?
Writs Alcoholics Anonymous
o 20SI Aneon, C Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALF:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. S3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:K. C. registered Cock-
er Spaniel Puppies block. Call Al-
brook 86-2226.
The Panam Canal offers for sale
under sealed bids to be opened
10.30 A. M., June 21, 1951.
Electric Range Ports for household
type "Monarch" located ot Section
K, Balboa Storehouse, ond at Cris-
tobal Storehouse. Bid forms may be
obtoined from the above sources
or from the office of the Super--
intendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
telephone 2-23777.
CATERING; All kfnds of parties,
cocktail items, sweets, cakes, spe-
cialties Europeon Style. Pollok,
Tel. 3-2913.
FOR SALE:The latest in Timer*
for photographic purposes. Me-
chanical type. Clockwork made in
the Block Forest, Germany, where
the finest clocks in the world ore
mode. Split second accuracy. Ad-
justable from I /5th of a second re
6 seconds by tenths of a second
and from 1 second to 60 seconds
by I secc/d Lindo Qr Maduro S. A..
No. 12 East 29th Street, Panomo.
Phone: Panama 3-1683 and 3-
1691. P. O. Box 1038. .
FOR SALE:Opportunity price, leov-
ing Isthmus, a dig stamp collec-
tion. Apply "H" Street No. 2. lost
floor.
FOR SALE:Hammarlund Su i r-Pro
Communication Receiver, excellent
condition. Phone 83-7226. Curun-
du.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:G. E. Light Meter with car-
rying case at water foil on rood to
Balboa. Reward. Phone Naval Sta-
tion Coco Solo Ext. 658 or P. O
Box 843.
LOUISVILLE. Ky. (UP) The
1950 crop of burley tobacco sold
at the highest general average
price In history. Gross sales a-
mounted to 526.147,454 pounds
and averaged $48.82 per hundred.
The average exceeded last year's
by $3.73 and the previous record
high established for the 1947 crop
by 52 cents.
There's no room
for doubt...
when you purchase your
BUILDING
MATERIALS
at
OUR STORES
QUALITY
RELIABILITY
SERVICE
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mt"
S3 North Ave. Tel. 2-Klt
Ne. I Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424
RESORTS
PhlHips. Beach cottages, Santa Clare
Boa number 435. Bolboo. Phono
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal 3-
1673.
Gromlich's Sonta Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
rVillioms Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet 4 bedrooms,
two bathrooms, living-diningroom.
big yard and garoge, 10th St. No.
31, Paitilla (entrance Via Beli-
sario Porras. For Information 33st
No. 22, phone 3-3318, Panama.
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
moot. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
i apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonia, opartments, ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieta 3-
1716.
FOR RENT:Apartments 1 bedroom,
porch, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, both. No. 9, 44th street East
Bella Vista, see De Castro. 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 Espaa,
see De Costro No. 24 "B" Avenue,
phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment
2011 Melendez Ave. Apply Balin
6029 Balboa Avenue, Colon.
Phone 475-J or 517-J, after 6:30
p. m.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments.
Llvingroom, bedroom, kitchen
ond bath oil screened. Tel. 3-
1648.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
holl, kitchen, between 9th and
10th St. Roosevelt Ave. Call Colon
822. '
FOR RENT: Spacious apart!t:nt
near Maria Inmaculada School. 2
bedrooms, garage. $90.00. Mexico
Avenue No. 69, bottom floor, con
be seen from 10 to 11 a. m. and
4 to 6 p. m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:In Bella Vista, large
nicely furnished rooms, all con-
veniences. Mexico Avenue, 69 near
43rd St.
FOR RENT:
boche lor.
screened,
1648.
Furnished rooms for
Privte entrance. All
near bus stop. Tel. 3-
Former NY Vice King
Lucky Luciano Finds
Trouble In Italy
NAPLES, Italy, June 11 (UP)
Charles (Lucky) Luciano, former
New York vice king, was released
by police here after 20 solid hours
of questioning, reportedly on
charges he brought $57,000 and a
new American automobile Into
Italv il'epally.
Police said that Luciano, who
haifbeen living a high life in Na-
ples and the fashionable Island
of Canri since he was deported
from the United States in 1946,
was arrested at the Hotel Turs-
tico here. They said he had been
questioned steadily "for the last
24 hours."
Last night, however, Luciano
appeared at his hot
trim and dapper, but refused to
discuss his whereatwMi.
the day. He was also se?n *? ,
luxury restaurant during lunch.
Police released no am.^u. .-
ment on the detalnment of I"-
ciano. It was presumed he was at
liberty pending further investi-
gations.
. The arrest of the deported vice
king occurred as part of a na-
tion-wide investigation of illegal
currency transfers and illicit
drug traffic, which has been go-
ing on for more than two months.
Police sources said he had been
asked to explain the "gratltuous
receipt" of $57,000 from the Un-
ited States, allegedly sent here
Illegally, and the possession of a
brand new Oldsmobile sedan said
to have been received without
the required customs clearance.
If Luciano is convleted on the
currency charge, he could be fin-
ed $289,000five times the
amount he is accused of smug-
gling Into the country.
His car has been confiscated
by the police pending the out-
come of their Investigation.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
To regular users of
WELDWOOD GLUE
Our long-delayed shipment
HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Now available, for the first
time In Panama, In
SVa os. to 25 pound tins.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-014*
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
for CUSHIONS SLIP-COVERS nd
RE-UPHOLSTERlNG call as or visit
our show-room Custom bulll lurnl-
5K?- "" peclallly See our Oreo-
ralort Fabrics, rree Mmales. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A Here,) J
P. de la Osaa No. JJ (Auto low)
New Telephone 3-4828.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E 29th St
LEICA CAMERAS
Model Illr Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct ('./. Shipments
At Factor Prices.
Porras
Plata 6 de Mayo
Panam. R P.
Eleclrohix
Vacuum Cleaners
A limited amount still av-
ailable for direct shipment
at no increase in price.
Grawford Agencies
(Fuller Brush)
No. IS "J" Street
Tel. Panam 2-2386
2-3265
Just Arrived
a LEICA Combination
Carrying Case for 15
Accessories.
a LEICA Light Meter.
Below U.S. Prices.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 rivoll Ave Apt. I
Tel 2-SSS7
HOI RS: Monday thru Friday
to II am
Monday. Wcdneaday. Thursday
S to S p.m.
Saturday a m. to I p m
Local 900 Calb
Chapter Meetings;
Stewards Council

The Balboa Chapter Stewards'
Council of Local 900, Govern-
ment and Civic Employes Organ-
izing Committee, CIO, will hold
a meeting of special Importance
to all stewards in the La Boca
Clubhouse tonight, commencing
at 7:30.
At this meeting, Ed Welsh, CIO
Representative will make a re-
port on recent developments af-
fecting local-rate workers and
will discuss the recently approved
changes in local rate wage sche-
dule to be effective December 31,
1951.
All stewards have been urged
to make every effort to attend
this special meeting.
The local has also announced
meetings of all of its chapters to
hear reports on and discuss the
reji'y of Governor Newcomer to a
portion of a series of proposals
presented to the Governor on
May 7 by a delegation from Local
900.
The Chapter meetings are
scheduled as follows:
Cristobal Chapter, at the Club
Tropical, Colon, Tuesday, at 7:30
p.m.
Red Tank Chapter at the Red
Tank Recreation Shed. Wednes-
day i at 7:30 p.m.
Paraso Chapter at the Para-
so Clubhouse Thursday, at 7:30
p.m.
Gamboa Chapter, at the Santa
Cruz Clubhouse, Friday, at 5:00
p.m.
Plans are being made to hold
the Gatun Chapter meeting at
the Chagres Theater, Saturday,
at 7:30 p.m. .
Balboa Chapter at the Pacific
Clubhouse. Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.
Baby Kangaroos Get
Bronx Zoo Jumping
NURSERY, BRONX PARK
ZOO, New York, June 11, CUP)
There was a kangaroo
Who lived in a too
She had so many children
Officials didn't know what to do
But Bronx Zoo a/endants said
today they believe ihey can keep
alive a female kangaroo whose
twin brother keeps kicking her
out of their mother's pouch. At
least her first day as a bottle ba-
by was a success. She ate all the
formula.
To the consternation of zoo
keepers, twins were bora to a
kangaroo when everybody who
bothers to look at the encyclope-
dia knows that "as a rule there Is
but one young born at a time" to
a kangaroo.
What was worse, one was a
male, bigger and stronger than
his sister, and he booted her out
ot the pouch in which baby kan-
garoos nurse.
"I've never been a mother to a
kangaroo before," said Dr. Leon-
ard Goos, the zoo veterinarian.
Goss rigged a substitute pouch
made of turkish towels and put It
in a super-heated incubator.
He fed her about one half
Girls Sfate At Ft. Sherman
Runover GIRL'S "STATE..............
CORPORAL GLENN SCHWARTZ of the 20th Military Police
Company of Fort Gulick helps a girl disembark from an Ar-
my truck as Caribbean Girls State at Fort Sherman gets
underway. .Girls in the foreground enjoy a talk-fest In the
meantime. The United States Army Caribbean, in line with,
the policy of the Department of the Army to cooperate with
and to aid worthy civic organizations, has made Building No.
208 at Fort Sherman available to Girls State. In addition to
the building' Itself the army has provided beds, linen, tele-
phones, furniture, kitchen equipment, cooks, office equipment,
transportation and a security guard.
Director for Girls State this year is Mrs. Nelson Magner
who Is well known for her work in the Legion Auxiliary and
in other local organizations. Other officials of Girls State
are Mrs. Arthur V. Corbett, Administrative Chief; Mrs. Kay
P. Fisher, Assistant District Attorney for the District of the
Canal Zone, Educational Director; Mrs. Pat Ryan, Assistant
Educational Director; Mrs. Steve Ralney, Recreation Director;
Mesdames A. R. Carte, H. Bunty, Vera Slmonsen, and Wilbur
Galusha, Senior Counselers of the Educational Staff; Misses
Annette Codby, Patricia Walker, Sonya Morley, Marge Wiley,
Helen Ktssam, and Juanita Mecks, Junior Counselers of the
Educational Staff; Miss Jean Dough, Editorial Adviser; Mrs.
Jack Barr, Recreation Assistant: Mrs. William Loehr, Alternate
Counseler; Mrs. John Youart, House Mother; and Mesdames
George Nadeau and John Crawford, Official Hostesses.
Girls State will be divided into two Counties: Balboa and
Cristobal; four cities. Balcrist, Volcanlto, Chiquita Corners,
Tippecanoe; and two political parties, Nationalist and Fede-
ralist. Each girl will be assigned to a County, City and po-
litical party when she registers.
this
ounce of powdered milk
morning and announced:
"She's doing fine."
Then he wrapped her in a
child's flannel bathrobe.
Officials said they think she
has a good chance to survive.
At Last!
FROSTOFOLD
PACKAGING
for vour
HOME FREEZER
Quart Sise Box
Pint Size Box
Quart Bags
Pint Bags
Poultry Bags
Plastic Wrap
Stockinette Wrap
HASMO
51 Via Espaa
iio i ice 'io Contractors
UNITKD STATES
DEPART....,. Ur' lilr. INTERIOR
Ornee UP i'kiir.ifuiuiia
Vt AShiNGiOM. U.G. '
Sealed propoaau win De received by
the Unirlct engineer .or Uie Virgin la-
lands, utparuntiu of me iiueriu., Poet
Ulilcc Box No. 479, St. Thomas. Virgin
Ulanos, until 2:00 P.M. Atlantic btandaru
Tinte on July I, ljl, tor the construc-
tion of the lollowlng work at St. John.
Virgin Islands, compilsing approximately
the following quantities In the major
items:
Project No. 53-104 Potable Water Tacl-
llties St. John. Virgin Islands.
2,700 Sq. Yds. 3" Concrete Catchment
Pavement.
gjO Lin. Pt. Masonry Catchment Wall
and Fence.
1 Ea. 1OU.O00 Gallon Concrete Reservoir.
1 Ka. 20.000 Ciallon Masonry Reservoir.
900 Lin. Pt. C. 1. Pipe (2" to 8").
At above time and place the proposals
will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Bids received after closing time of bid
opening will be returned unopened.
The right is .eserved, as the interest
of Uie uovernment may require, to re-
ject any and all bids; to waive any in-
lormali.y In bid received: and to ac-
cept or reject any or all items of any bid.
unless the bidder qualifies such bid by
specific limitation. In the event all bios
are rejected, the Uovernment may there-
fore adopt any of the authorised proce-
dures such as advertisement, negotia-
tion with rejected bidders and other, or
postponement of the project The Govern-
ment also reserves the right to award
contracts for the Crui Bay water facility
or the Bordeaux water facility or for
both water facilities whichever is In the
best Interests of the United States.
Plans and specifications and other pro-
posed contract documents are open for
Eubllc inspection at the Office of the
ilslrlct Engineer for the Virgin Islands.
Thomas G Mooney, Charlotte Amalle. St.
Thomas. Virgin Islands; R. L. Kenan and
Associates. Consulting Engineers. Bell
Bulldlnu. Montgomery. Alabama; U. S.
Department of Commerce No. 2. Puerto
Rican Reconstruction Admlnist ration
Ground. Building N. San Juan. Puerto
Rico; Lester M Marx. Special Assistant
to the Director, Room 2713, Interior
Building. Washington 25. DC; AGC Of-
fice, 1113 Congress Building. Miami 32.
Florida. Builders' Exchange. 46 North-
east th Street. Miami. Florida; and F.
W Dodge Corporation. 119 W. 40th
Street, New York City. NT.
A set of such documents may be pro-
cured from the first two of the above-
listed offices upon deposit of S20.00 by
I certified check payable to the United
States -of America, all of which will be
refunded to bonafied bidders upon the re-
turn of plans and specifIcaUons In good
I condition, within seven days from date
' of bid opening.
To parties who procure plans and spe-
' elf Ications upon payment of S20 00 and
who do not submit a bid. SIS 00 will be
refunded provided same are i temad
within seven days from date of bid omen-
ing. No refund will be made for return
altar this me.
Enrh proposal most be accompanied by
bid security in an amount of not less
thin 3 per cent of the total bid.
The successful bidder will be requir-
ed to furnish performance bond In an
amount equal to 100 per cent of the con-
tract price, and a payment bond m an
amount equal to 100 per cent of the con.
tract price, such bonds to cover full per-
formance of the contract and payment
(or labor and materials.
No proposal may be rlthdrawn after
the scheduled closing time for receipt
of bids for at lest 30 days.
LESTER M. MARX
Contract ine Officer
Office of Territories.
i-^Oiice To Contractors
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF Tht INTERIOR
OFFICE OF TERRITORIES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the District Engineer for the Virgin Is- I
lands, Department of the Interior, Post
of ice Box No. 479. St. Thomas. V. L,'
until 2:00 P.M.. Atlantic Standard Time
on July 24, 1951, for the construction of
the following hospitals:
Project No. 53-115 Construction of
4-bed Public Health Facility at St. John.
V.I.
Project No. 53-501(2) Construction of
a 12-bed General Hospitnl nt Frederlkst-
ed. St. Crolx. V.I.
Project No. 53-501111 Construction of
a 60-bed General Hospital at Chrlstlan-
sled. St. Crolx, V.I.
Project No. 53-101 Construction of a
116-bed General HospiUl at Charlotte
Amalle, St. Thomas, V.I.
At the above time and place the pro-
posals will be publicly opened and reed
aloud. Bids received after closing time |
of bid opening will be returned unpoen-
ed..
The right Is reserved, as the Interest
of the Government may require, to re-
ject any and all bids to waive any In-
formality in bids received; and to ac-
cept or reject any or all Items of any
bid, unless the bidder qualifies such bid
by specific limitation. In the event all
bids are rejected, the Government may
therefore adopt any of the authorized
procedures auch as readvertisement, ne-
gotiation with rejected b I d de r and
others, or postponement of the project.
The Government also reserves the right
to award contracts for the various Items
on the basis of the basic bid or by the
adoption of any or all the "Deductible
Alternates.'- whichever Is In Uie beet In-
terests of the United States.
Plans and specifications and other pro-
posed contract documents sre open for
Eubllc Inspection at the Office of the
Istrlct Engineer for the Virgin Islands.
Thomas G. Mooney. Charlotte Amalle.
St. Thomas. U.S. Virgin Island; M. A.
Dyer Company. 24 School Street. Bos-
ton. Massachusetts; Lester M. Marx. Spe-
cial Assistant to the Director. Room 2713
Interior Building. Washington 25. D.C;
U.S. Department of Commerce No. 2,
Puerto Rlcnn Reconstruction Adminis-
tration Ground. Building N. Sen Juan,
Puerto Rico; AGC Office. 1113 Congress
Building. Miami 32. Florida: Builders'
Exchange. 46 NE 6th Street. Miami. Flo-
rida: and F. W. Dodge Corooratlon. 119
West 40th Street, New York City. NY.
A set of such documents may be pro-
cured from any of the flr*t three above-
listed offices upon deposit of 550 00. by
certified check payable to the United
States of America, all of which will be
returned to bonafide bidders upon the
return of plans and specifications In good
condition within seven days of date of
bid opening.
Eahc proposal must be accompanied by
a bid security In an amount not less
than 5 per cent of the total bid.
Subject to available appropriation,
awards will be made on one. any. or all
buildings, with or without the deductible
alternates specified In the contract do-
cuments.
The successful bidders will be requir-
ed to furnish performance bonds In an
amount equal to 100 per cent of their
bids and payment bonds In an amount
equsl to 100 per cent of their bids: such
bonds to cover full performance of the
contracts and payments for labor and
materials.
No proposal may be withdrawn after
the scheduled closing time for receipt of
bids for at le--st d.ivs.
LESTER M. MARX
Contractlnr Officer
Office of Territories.
Welsh: Rent Hikes
Would Be Disastrous
For Local Raters
Ed K. Welsh, International Re-
presentative of the CIO released]
the following statement when
questioned by the Panama Ame-
rican on the union's reaction to
the recently proposed rent in-
crease:
"The recommendations of th*
Appropriations Committee of the
House of Representatives, urg-
ing that steps be taken to in-
crease rentals on Government!
housing for Panama Canal and
Panama Railroad, if adoptee,
would have a disastrous effect!
upon the welfare and well being
of thousands of local rate work-
ers and their families, who are al-
ready caught in a vice between
their meager wages and the ever
I isill;; living COSts.
"Do the gentlemen of the House
Appropriations Committee rea-
lize that about half of the ap-
proximately 15,000 local rate em-
ployes of the Canal Zone earn 51
cents an hour or less and all the
way down to a minimum of 35
cents per hour?
"A5 cents across-the-board in-
crease in wages was recently;
granted Local Rate employes.
This is the first increase of its
kind hi 3 years. Since that in-
crease, commissary prices hav
taken a sharp turn upwards.
"The 5 cents increase has been
almost completely wiped out by
the ever rising costs In the basis
food items consumed by local
rate employes, plus the policy of
the various departments to sa -
die the costs of the increase on
to the backs of those who re-
ceived them.
A further increase in the cost
of rentals will drive local rata
workers back In terms of econo-
mic well-being and security to a
condition bordering on those of
the middle ages.
"Reports from local rate
schools indicate that children of
those families attend school hun-
gry, or sometimes are kept at
home because of lack of food or
wearing apparel.
"We, of CIO vigorously oppose
any Increase in rentals for Ca-
nal Zone employes at this time
and we further propose that the
House Appropriations Commit-
tee. Instead, direct its attention
towards the problems local rat*
workers are confronted with in
trying to eke out a living con-
mensrate with decent standard
In view of the low wage levels
and hlsti living co"** "
m a salesman, so you see ,
'ow much Want Ads mean to me
hen I want to make it stick
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Show's Over If The Little Cuy Slips
MAN ABOUT WASHINGTON
Celebs About Town: The Tony Martla (Cyd Charlase) audibly
embraced by the National Press Club membership.. .Brookes John
former Ziegfeld atar), new father of a half-doien grownup geed-
lookers (boys and gels) and scads of loot...The Andrews Sisters,
Jerry Como (stahh), Stan (Harmonica msriclan) Fisher and Judy
Holliday belaf huffed wherever they go...The Fred Cochranes
(newly-weds), Jimmy Demaret (winner of the Masters three times).
Don Cherry, Joe Ktrkwood, Jr., amone the peta at the Washington
Post's exciting golf tourney for charity.. .CIO chief Walter cuther.
f who Senators said: "He makes a terrific witness" .Lea Blffle,
the President's pal (one of the few who make sense), being polite,
ciril and courteous to his Chief's severest critics.
bailies in Our Alley: Dagmar (whose super-structures became
famous when they were televised) walked into Harvey's the other
dinner-time.. .Mrs. Robert Consldlne (who is a Great, Big, Healthy
glrL too) walked over to her and confessed: "When you came
Inmy husband said: 'From now on I am calling you Boy!' "...To
G-man Hoover, who teased her, Teevy's new Dumb Dolling baby-
stared: "I refuse to answer your questions on the ground It might
Incinerate me."
Mid town Vignette: At the glamorous partyIn the home of
Mrs. Eugene Meyer (for all the stars, who paid their own expenses
so help the underprivileged children of Washington)Dagmar
(real name Virginia Ruth Egnor of Hun tin (ton, W. Vs.) revealed:
"This is onr tad anniversary! Danny and I have been married two
weeks!".. .She said she wanted to help the Runyon Fund in some
way. "Then come np to Milton's around-the-clock Berlethon Satur-
day," wo suggested.. ."We'll be there!" she exclaimed.. .A year ago.
both jobless, she helped answer the Boris phones for donations
In the basemen of Radio City, which now pays her l,5ee per week.
Memos of a Roving Reporter: The latest Judge for the Annual
Runyon awards (to decide the tops in Journalism, theater, etc.) is
John Edgar Hoover.. .CBS execs here say Chesterfield la dropping
ont of its famed teevy programs.. .Julius Lulley (popular prop, of
Harvey's) is mending after a fierce operation. "I Just had my fool-
ishness cut out," he giggles. ..Former newsman Blalr Moody (he
lnherelted Ben. Vandenberg's pew) claims Life mag gave him
that spread because of his beautiful children.. .Donald Hiss (bro-
ther of Algen was reported mysteriously "111." The fact: He has
been very sick, now out of the hosp., recooping on a nearby farm.
The brothers dislike each otherand Alger's disgrace brought
misery to Donald and his family. Mrs. Donald Hiss (and their
tots) feel it wherever they go. "And once she confided to in-
timates, "I wished my name wasn't plain Katie Jones".. .Retiring
Justice Learned Hand's big disappointment: "I never made the
Supreme Court."
Novelette: It's all aver townthe Gag of the Season-Prob-
ably apocryphal.. .They would have yea believe the President was
making one of his rugged speeches (off-the-cuff) before a group
oi Democrats.. Bess Truman and a Missouri girl pal wore out
front...Mr. Truman kept punctuating hi remarks with the word
"manure." The girl pal whispered to Mrs. Truman:' "You ought to
tell him to use the word fertiliser; It's more dignified".. .To which
Bess allegedly groaned: "I had enough trouble jetting him to say
manure'!"
Washington Murals: The recently added bust of the President
in the u. S. Senate (where all Senators land). The only one with-
out the name Inscribed yet...The mirror In the Veep's attractive
office. It caused a scandal when Dolly Madison brought it from
Paree. Cost her (10, but she refused tin pay the double duty on it
($20), and the papers spanked her for "such extravagance"...The
only photo of Its kindIn Senator Warren Q. Magnuson's office.
A news candid taken to Tokyo of MacArthur greeting "Mag" the
night he learned he was fired. Mac is laughing his head Off In the
photo...The still-darkened Lincoln Memorial (after midnight) to
save a few pennies! Hmf, the way they've been doing things In
Washingtonthey are prob'ly ashamed to look at him!.. .We re-
peat: Mr. President: Please get those lights turned on AbeSo
The People Can Find Their WayIn this Very Dark Hour.
Newspaperman Stuff: The Washington Post climbed in cir-
culation while many other papers around the nation dived.. .It is
up over lO.tts (Sabbaths) and nearly 5.WI dally.. .The Post gets
this column into its bulldog editionbreaking it when the N, X.
Mirror does...A man waits for the first Mirror off the presses
(in N. V.)dashes upstairs to Infl News Service, where It is flash-
ed over the wire-photo gadget. The rest of the Washington Post is
on the presseswaiting for the col'm.....It Is rushed Into the com-
posing room where llnotypers tap It Into leadand there we are!
...No time to make corrections for the early edition...We are
thrilled over the compliment and all the trouble they go to about
oar trivia.. .The only paper along the syndlcut which knows news
stales unless it gets into the paper while new.
Inside the White House: The Palace Guard are cocky with
confidence. They toll you the President will run againand Is a
cinch to win. "Who Is there to beat him?". ..They remind yon
that there are over million working In government nowthat
the farmers and labor have pockets full of moneyand that no-
body has beaten Santa Clans yet.. .They are so sure Truman will
win again, some of them offered this reporter 3t to 1.
The Late Watch: One of America's richest married men sent
his long-time mistress to Hawaii a year ago to prevent her from
being subpena'd by his estranged frau. The girl's testimony could
cinch a multi-million settlement. She Just got back from Walklkl.
But the divorce Is offbecause she Is fiercely true to him...Joe
Louis is bitter over Ez Charles' dodging a return bout. Tells pals
he is in a "Schmellng mood." "He can run," echoed Joe. "but he
cant hide!".. .Movie theaters are folding everywherebut they
are going up fast on Long Island.. .The MacArthur-90 Church St.
HQ scoop in the Worldtelsun was picked up from our Washington
Post exclusive yesterday...The Army is shipping 500 copies of the
new and exciting "Official Encyclopedia of Baseball" to overseas
bases...Recommend ditty: Billy Eckstlne's new click, "I'm a Fopl
to Want You," written by confrere-crooner Sam Sinatra. The
sweetest thing in wax since honey.. .Ingrld Bergman and Roberto
are tiffing so noisilyit's the gab of Rome!...New York's new
Dept. Store slogan: "Have Macy!". ..Telegram from a pal: "I
heard Dagmar call you Mr. Wingle on your broadcast Sunday
night"...(But not Rip Van, dearie).. .Overheard at Quo Vadls:
"They are a typical triangle in the Sap-hlstlcated set. Her and
her Double-Martini"...George Marshall was set to quit office
June 20th. Ass't Sec'y of Defense Lovett may Inherit the top
post.. .The John Crosbys of the newspapers and teevee have de-
cided To Make It Permanent.
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Balboa, Canal Zone ordered a pie-a-la-mode which
June 5, 1951
CONE JUGGLED
IN CLUBHOUSE
Mail Box Editor
Panama American
Maybe someone can tell me
how the Clubhouse Department
can save money ai.i yet throw it
away! Sounds queer, but it's true.
Not long ago the price of dish-
Ice-cream was raised from 5 to 8
cents, presumably for the wash-
ing of the dish. I went to one
I the clubhouse restaurants and
cost me 21 cents. The next day I
went to the same restaurant and
ordered a piece of pie and an
Ice-cream cone. I placed the Ice-
cream on top of the pie and
threw the cone away (in plain
view of the Supervisor.) And by
this tedious and wasteful, (the
cone) method spent only 20
cents.
With the Income tax and re-
cent and future price Increases I
have to count my pennies.
Pen E. Pinchar
By Victor Ritttl
There will not be any mass
arrests among the Communist
Party's 43,000 current members,
whoso names are now intricate-
ly concealed, unless there's an
official declaration of war by
the Soviet Union.
However, this won't be for
lack of the FBI's ability to iden-
tify and locate all of them on
an hour's notice. They are all
known. Even the highest-opera-
tives, under special secret as-
signment of the Party's espion-
age section, which itself is a
secret from most Communist
rank and fliers.
So well known are they that
some Party agents, including
those whose special assignments
ended years ago, are under 24-
hour surveillance. These are to
be distinguished from the offi-
cial Party Leadership. And the
government is considering ar-
resting one or two of the oper-
atives In what will be the most
sensational revelaton of all.
Meanwhlt the Justice Dept.
hat decided on the strategy
of picking off successive)
Communist Party leader-
ship "teams" as they move
up to replace the one on the
way to jail.
With the Supreme Court de-
cision throwing the present first
string, 11-man Politburo team
into the Federal pen within 30
days (Including the silent brein-
truster, Jack Stachel), the Jus-
tice Dept. not only will obtain;
grand Jury> indictments of the
new second team within 10
weeks, but will begin work on
the prosecution of third and
fourth layers of leadership.
This strategy will not only
deprive the American section of
the Corolnform of its oompetent
leaders, but will gradually, in
each succeeding trial, expose
the full nature of tho conspira-
torial sections of the Party.
Slowly, the government will put
Its undercover agent* on the
witness stands to document it
constant disclosures.
At the same time, it Is hoped
to strip from the Party what-
ever cadres of sincere revolu-
tionaries remain for by the
third or fourth trial it will be-
come evident to them that they
are being used by a tiny high
command for utterly Illegal
purpose In behalf of the So-
viet's foreign office, sabotage
center and the Fourth Section
(espionage) of the Red Army,
Meanwhile, the Comin-
form's special representative
here has assigned the Party
to one dynamic job to
disarm us with a newly in-
tensified "peace" campaign.
To accomplish this the Par-
ty is under strict instruc-
tions to use American unions
as its chief "cover,", the es-
pionage jargon {or a front.
The specific wording of this
directive can be found In obscure
Party literature written by John
Williamson, one of the Politbu-
ro on hi way to Jail. He told
his lieutenants: ,
"....the mah direction of our
trade union work must be
among the member of the re-
formist-led unions (AFL-CIO).
The Party Itself must have its
mam membership in these in-
dustries and adopt a concentra-
tion policy that, will establish
strong Party bases In the large
shops and mills, mines, docks
and ships in basic industry...
with proper unions into" action
in support of class-struggle
trade union policies..."
And target number one for
this operation is the dynamic
Auto Union chief, Walter Reu-
ther, against whom the Com-
munist apparatus has started
operating In strength Inside the
huge Ford local. Watch It!
The pattern for this strategy
on the left was set by the
French Communist unions when
they went underground during
the Nazi occupation. Groups
were broken down Into 3-man
cells; neighborhood cadres were
formed to distribute literature,
and special groups sought allies
on all grievances and Irritations
Inside the underground unions.
The Party will operate along
similar lines here. It already
has headquarters in 37 key ci-
ties, working under a "peace"
front name.
These ar in cities from
coast to coast and even at
such sparsely populated
areas as those surrounding
Coeur d" Alene, Idaho. Based
on these city committees,
the central "peace" organi-
zation, which is merely the
Communist Party's central
Committee, is planning ral-
lies in New England (June
25, Boston;, i\os Angeles,
San Francisco, Milwaukee,
Detroit, Minneapolis, Ne-
wark and somewhere in
Connecticut all to whoop
it up for a final demons-
tration in Chicago on June
19.
This, in turn, will blow the
bugle for international "peace"
rallies, the first being scheduled
for Paris on July 15 The Party
there is under instructions by
Comlnform literature now in
my hands saying that it is
to be the greatest ever held
in France." Every union must
promise delivery of thousands
of spectator. The metal work-
ers alone have promised 100.000.
Watch for that pattern here.
It will be followed by efforts
to provoke wide "peace" strikes
in
Big M.steak
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. It comes out Just like it Of-
ursd, Just like the early threats said. The meat
growers are holding on to their steers, waiting
either for a reclaston of th rollback or a quiet
market on the black rid*. They did this under.
OPA, too, which Is why you used to eat so much
ish.
I don't car how the gentlemen Justify their
actions on beef, It's intentional blackmail against
the government, with us folks as the victims.
Maybe the government's wrong in rolling back
the prices on meat while others stand steady.
Possibly, since it is logical that a partl-control-
ed industry can't Workv
But once in a while you, weary, of taking it
In the teeth. Once In a while you tire of being
the perpetual patsy. What Truman calls "spe-
cial interests" fights it out with the pedal in-
terests Inside the government, but the barked
shin and the. black eye belong io us.
Armour and Co., and, Wilson and Co. have .quit
slaughtering cattle as of now. with Swift wind-
ing up its killing in a few days. No matter what
the Washington boy say about "customer re-
sistance," the answer Is merely that" the cattle
growers are holding off shipments for one of
two reasons an anticipated reversal of the
government- price cut or a quiet profit in the
black market.
Neither aim is noble In the mind, or in the
operation, but I have seldom met a more deter-
mined bunch of. pressure boys than the cattle-
men. Almost to a man they are tough plains-
men who wish no truck with the effete govern-
ment arMtera. They have been xlch a long time
and they want to, keep on being- rich. And like
most big operators they are reasonably unscru-
pulous in how they obtain their wishes:
It's easy to understand their anger. They
claim H costs more to raise a steer and market
him than the. price cut allow in payment for
the critter. This is because some of the com-
modities, such as feed, which go into cattle-
But it' tlll a strike against the people, in or-
der to force the governmental hand, and like
John. Lewis' annual effort, the ordinary Joe
winds up paying for it. You pay for It either
In shortage or the soaring illegal prices demand-
ed by shady meat packers who are out for the
big grab.
A couple months ago one of the bigger Texas
boys wrote me flatly that what's happening now
would happen. It wasn't even stated as a pos-
sibility. He Just said thav cattle raisers wouldn't
hold stin for a rollback, and that they would
stage a sit-down In cattle delivery that would
automatically create a black market. I believed
him then, and now I know he was accurate.
It always -comes back to the same thing. Mo
svstem of control can be 100 percent effective,
oecause some sharp guy can always figure a
way to whip the restrictions. But the most
nearly effective control Is the one that handles
everything, beginning at the bottom and taper-
ing to the top. Anything short of 100 percent
Is like' trying to plug five holes In the roof with
one finger.
Th government to date has made the most
childish mes of Its attempt to stopper the flood
of inflation that literally keeps meat from the
average table. No more pitiful piece of foolish-
ness can I remember than the early exhortation
to "voluntary" controls, and the partl-controls
which have since been put lamely to work have
only increased the spiral in other fields.
As we stand, It Is a horse-opera written by
idiot, with the villains triumphant and all the
Little Nells taking the rap. I don't know the
answer. Maybe there Isn't one. But whatever
we are doing right now U not It. The bet brain
I know ay lt' all or nothing at all, full con-
trol or no control. He also says you can't give
guns and butter simultaneously to the people
without wrecking the people's ability to buy el-
growing, and labor, too. have risen In cost. No ther, because of competition In the labor^arid
- hat he feels material pools. Right or wrong, what ain't we
man likes to operate at a-loss, or what
is too narrow a profit margin.
-ot? We ain't got steak.
Chinese Puzzle
ly Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA)Two main angles to
the Senate investigation of General MacArthur s
firing are constantly getting confused. First Is
the future conduct of the war in Korea- Second
Is the record of what happened in China during
and after World War II-
The 29 good senators and true on Foreign Re-
lations and Armed Services Committees leap
nimbly from one crag to another In their ques-
tioning of witnesses. This makes the record ex-
tremely hard to follow.
If they would take up one point and settle It,
before moving on to the next, this thing might
make some sense. But In the more than 5000
pages of testimony now in the record. It is al-
most impossible to remember what point, if
any, were made by whom.
There la, of course, a relationship between the
China and Korea questions. Somebody failed to
save China from going Communist. Because of
that failure, the United Nations are now in trou-
ble In Korea.
The State Department puts primary respon-
sibility on Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek and
the bad leadership in his Nationalist govern-
ment. The Republicans say it's all the fault of
the U. S. State Department.
If the marathon Investigation into General
MacArthur's dismissal could develop a clear and
agreed-upon versloi. of Just what happened In
China, it might.serve a useful purpose. It would
settle the record that schoolboys and girl
and even the history teachers will use In
textbooks. And it might point the way for
avoiding similar mistakes when they start hap-
pening in the future in Iran, or India or the
Philippines or any other likely trouble spots.
This was apparently what Secretary of State
Dean Acheson tried to do In his testimony
spelling out the China record as be saw It. This
Is admittedly his own prejudiced account. But
It should provide a basis for settling the argu-
ment. Here are the highlights, in highly con-
densed form:
At the end of the war. th U. S. had three
choices. One was to pull out of China and wash
our hands of It. Another was to throw all U. 8.
the defense plants. The P'- resources into China to defeat the Communists.
ty may be underground, but it is ; The third, and the one chosen, was to give
far from burled. i important assistance to Nationalist China, help-
ing it re-establish authority in areas where it
had never exercised control.
To get rid of the Japs, the U. 8. moved in
50,000 Marines. They supervised shipping the
Japs home. Also, they kept order till Chinese
Nationalist troops eould take over. Eventually,
the U. 8. helped transport Chinese Nationalist
troops until they occupied all of Manchuria.
In February. 1945. at Yalta. Roosevelt, Church-
Ill and Stalin made the agreement to give Rus-
sia all of Sakhalin Island, the Kuriles, port
rights at Dalren and Port Arthur and interest
In Manchurlan railways. Russia demanded these
things a the price for entering the war agalnt
Japan.
At that time, the United States did not have
the atomic bomb. It was considered necessary
to bring Russia into the war to tie down the
Japanese troops In Asia while the U. S. Invaded
Nationalist, China later approved the Yalta
terms because it was felt Russia might have de-
manded more. Furthermore, in August, 1*45,
Russia and Nationalist China concluded a treaty
by which Manchuria was to be given to China.
Then came the agreements, freely requested
and entered into between Chinese Nationalists
and Chinese Communists, for a unified govern-
ment. U. S. Ambassador Pat Hurley began the
negotiations. General Marshall concluded them.
The Nationalists were to have 50 of 0 divi-
sions In the Army, 20 of 40 seats In the national
governing council.
Neither side kept the agreement. In Jockeying
for position which would give them greater con-
trol, the Nationalist forces were spread too thm
over supply lines that were too long. And the
Communists began to pick them off.
By the end of 1946, the Nationalist armies
were reduced to 2,600,000 and the Communists
increased to 1,100,000. The Nationalists still had
three or four to one fire power auperiority.
By February, 1948, the Nationalists had 1,500.-
000 troops, the Communists 1.000,000. Eighty
per cent of the U. S. military aid had been lost
and 75 per cent of it had been captured by the
Commies. Bv the end of the year it ill all
over.
Now who la to blame for that debacle, and
what should have been don differently?
cilwhy WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
By M1W MA8SOH
Drew Pearson MVI: MacArrh.r will make Ttxo 8 politic-
al ttsr case; Sen. Tobey blisters unwilling crime wit-
ness; Color television creates quandary.
WASHINOTON. General MacArthur's trip to Texas this
week is much more than a visit to admiring friends. Actually, 16
Is a carefully timed test of political popularity to see whither th
general's backers should go any further in their latent plane to
push him for the Presidency.
...S?1!..?/ th* m,n DtaA the Texas trip is Congressman Al
poC Miller of Nebraska, the same OOP leader who promoted
MacArthur for Pretdnt In 194. It was partly on Congressman,
Miller's urging that MacArthur entered the Wisconsin and Nebras-
ka primaries.
.^ "F1 Primaries proved a disappointment, and MacArthur fell
that hi Republican frinds had let him down. Earlier, In Tokyo,
the general had talked with optimistic visiting politicians who
predicted that the American people would rise up almost unanim-
ously to draft him. MacArthur had even told Lieut. Gen. Robert
Blchelberger, then in Tokyo, that he expected to be summoned
back to the United States during the GOP convention in IMS and
that he, Elchelberger, should be prepared to take over ar com-
mander of Japan.
However, MacArthur headquarters during the 1948 convention,
proved to be the emptiest place In Philadelphia, and MacArthur'
teit that the party had taken him up on the high mountain.
Therefore, Is.colse friends now say that this time he doesn'V
want to bo 1st.down. So the trip to Texas is something of test.
Since the visit to Chicago was disappointing, in that the gen-!
eral failed to fill Soldiers' Field; and since the trip to Murtrees-
boro, Tenn., also failed to fill the local stadium, the Texas vlsl,
will be extremely Important. Texas has promised a tremendous,
ovation, and if it goes over big, his close political backers''hbpe.
that MacArthur will let his campaign cap be tossed into the ring..
CHICAGO CRIME
Ho television cameras were focused on Chicago businessman
George 8. May, affiliate of racketeer, when he testified before
the Senate Crime Committee. Even the newsmen were barred a*
May was called to explain his pay-offs to the racketeers from the
gambling profits of his Tarn O'Shanter club In the Chicago suburbs.
May allegedly paid 40 per cent of his slot-machine take to racke-
teer Ed Vogel, Cook County slot-machine king. But on this be did'
no talking.
He did talk freely about bis efficiency-expert business, the
George. 8. May company, which has handled contracts for big'
corporations, city government and ven foreign governments.'
However, he was mum on all question that might lead .bo his
dealings with the racketeers and even refused to tell whether he
was a member of a golf club. ""I
This got under the akin of the crusading Senator from New
Hampshire, Charles Tobey, who exploded: oU
''Evidently this bird is going to do everything but answer ques-
tions. We are wasting time. He has been in cahoots with gambling;
and all the crooked elements.
"He goes and plays with the scum of the earth, and we are
not supposed to find out about It. Well, we will find out about it,
and we will get it before we are through. Let me say one thing.
Here is a man, George S. May, who stands before us and tells us
about his great business enterprise, his nation-wide advertising;
and that he ia a respectable man. And yet, before a committee of-
his pears a committee of th United States he hesitates to
answer a simple question, 'Are you a member of a golf club?*"
Then, swinging around to May, Tobey blistered: "Before God,
Is your life so encumbered by these things that you cannot answer
even a simple question of that sort? Why don't you come out In
the open and say, I'll give you everything you want to know. My
Ufe Is an open book.' Then, If your life is an open book and you
are clean and honest. Just spill It. Why do you want to cover up?
What a position for a man. to be in with his soul that he cannot]
answer such a simple question I What is all your money worth if
you cannot look men in the face like the men who are sitting'here?
I would rather be dead than be in that position myself with,
all your money and all your power I"
May' face burned a flaming red. But he continued hi refusal
to answer questions.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Senators have turned down a request from Vice President
Barkley for a new Cadillac limousine. They decided he can get.
along on.his aid 1949 Cadillac.. The Dutch government has made
discreet Inquiries to find out whether it's true that "Call Me
Madame" Perle Mesta may be the next American ambassador to
Holland. The Dutch are not at all happy over chis prospect... Thai
Agriculture Department has requested the National Production
Authority to tone down Its reduction of teel allocations for farm,
machinery which would mean one-third fewer new farm mach-
ines next year. Secretary Brannan says the farm can't stand
such a drastic cut... The Democrats kicked Senator McCarthy.
off the Appropriations Committee to make room for another De-
mocrat. But his successor, Senator Robertson of Virginia, has
been voting Just as Republican as McCarthy. On Robertson's flrsc
day with the committee, he Ignored his Democratic colleagues and
gave his proxy to Republican Senator Cordon of Oregon... Black
marketeers will be unhappy to learn that price enforcement chief
Ed Morgan has doubled the number of his agents. Their chief
targets are the price-gougers In meat, automobiles and teel...:-
The House Ways and Means Committee Is under terrific pressure
from the oil and automobile lobbies to rescind its Federal, excise
tax boost on gasoline from l>2 cents to 2 cent a gallon, as well
as the Increase of the excise on new motor cars from 7 to 10; per
cent. However, the committee will probably keep the excise in-
creases Just the same.
TV QUANDARY
The recent Supreme Court decision approving the CBS Crane
of color television has the TV industry In a quandary as to whether
it should use limited allocations of aluminum and copper for the
manufacture of new TV sets or color converters for old TV- re-
ceivers ^ *~
There's not enough of the scarce materials for both. Artfcre-
suit television manufacturer oon will requet the National- Pro-
duction Authority to increase their supplies of aluminum ar*op-
per also steel. TV pokesmen will argue that the FCC wfll^pen.
tip new areas for television reception next fall and that theee-wiav
not be enough TV sets to supply the Increased demand. _J**'* .
However, the NPA will deny the appeal and will tell TV mak-
ers they must decide .for themselves whether to continue making
black-and-white set or enter the color field. "*.
(Copyright. 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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Wn. W.llon & Yla
Box 195, Qalun "DtLplion Qalun 378
M SS COI.LETTE PERRET, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ferret, of Colon, whose engagement to Mr. James
Lee Fernandez was announced during the weekend. Mr. Fer-
nandez is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fernandez of
Mi-rgarita. Miss Ferret and Mr. Fernandez were both born
on the Isthmus and received their early education In local
schools. Miss Perret graduated from La Chatelainie at Neu-
chatel, Switzerland, and from the Canal Zone Junior College.
She is now employed with Wilford and McKay, of Cristobal.
Mr. Fernandez graduated from Castle Heights Military Aca-
demy, at Lebanon, Tennessee and attended The Citadel, at
Charleston. South Carolina, before serving, overseas, with the
Un'.ted States Army as a lieutenant during World War II. He
is employed with the Texas Petroleum Company in Cristobal.
Mr. and Mrs Perret announc-'en route to Everett. Washington
ed their daughter's engagement to visit, her sister.
at a family dinner party given > --------
Saturday evening at their home Informal Dinner Party
on 11th Street. Mr. and Mrs. Peter d. Flynn
_____ and their daughter. Miss Marilyn I
Christening and Tea Louise of Bcltoa. were the din- j
Rev. Milton A. Coo'rson offi- n?r guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. G.,
elated at a christening service Tydeman Sunday.
Saturday afternoon In the Amer- j --------
lean Episcopal Church of Our Sa- Cristobal Woman's Club Notice
Fireman's Wives Meeting
The meeting of the Fireman's
Wives Club will be held tomorrow
at the home of Mrs. John Rice In
New Cristobal. All members are
requested to attend.
Duplicate Bridge
Duplicate bridge was played
last week at the Margarita Club-
house as .usual, with five tables
playing. Games will be held as
usual tonight and any Interested
partnerships are Invited to Join
the group.
Cristobal Elks
To Display Historic
US Flafjs Thursday
Cristobal Canal Zone Lodge No.
1542 of the Eenevolent and Pro-
tective Order of Elks will cele-
brate Flag Day on Thursday with
an historical review of Flags of
the United States, at their new
hotme in Brazos Heights.
At 8:00 p.m. Boy Scouts. Girl
Scouts and Cub Scouts will dis-
play the ten Flas of the United
States from 1497 to today. His-
torical notes will be presented by
Ralph R. Grassau. District De-
puty Grand Exalted Ruler for the
Canal Zone.
Miss Anna Fisher has been se-
lected to portray Miss Columbia
In the pageant.
Music is to be furnished by the
40th Army Band and Miss Rita
Fl?her. pianist.
Colonel Worth Kindred Public
Tnform*Uon Officer, Fort Ama-
dor, will be sneaker.
All Elks, their guests, families
ind friends are Invited to attend
this patriotic observance of Flag
Day on Thursday.
viour fcr Ann Boiling Puller, in-
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Pvl!er of Brrzos Heights.
Lt. David Beere, U.S.N., was
the godfather and Miss Betty
Van Campen, of St. Augustine.
Florida and Mrs. Edmond Mac-
Vltile were the godmothers. In
the absence of Miss Van Campen.
Mrs. Fritz Humphrey served as
the proxy.
An informal tea was served at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Puller
follo'.lng the service.'White gar-
den i lowers were used to center
the toa table and in the general
dcorrtions
the honors
The Cristobal Woman's Club
held its regular board meeting
for tN month of June with Mrs.
Stanley Kidd presiding. Although
the club meetings have been dis-
continued for the summer
months, members are reminded
that the Gilbert House is still
open lor members and guests.
Mrs. Waid can be contacted any
morning at the Gilbert House.
The Thursday morning Philan-
thropy of distribution o Food
and clothing will be co.utnued.
Old clothes, especially men's
end boy's shoes are needed. Artl-
Jares A. Warner Dies
At S?^?Pi?j on SH?\f
Afier a short illness. James A.
Warner, an old reshident of Pan-
ama City. p?ssed away at his re-
sidence in La Carrasnuilla. Sa-
banas. RimdRv morning at the
age of 74 years.
The lale Mr. Warner had re-
sided on the Isthmus for 46 years
anrt had a host of friends.
The funeral services will be
held at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church at 4:00 run. Wednesday.
The body will lie hi state in the
church from 2:00 p.m. Burial wlir
take place at the Herrera Ceme-
tery in the family plot.
Mr. Warner is survived by
three sons. Israel, of Long Island.
New York, who arrives tomorrow
by plane to attend the funeral;
Cecil and Leonold of this city: a
daughter. Catherine, also resid-
ing in Panama and five grand-
children.
Mrs Hl-muhrev did -'""uysauucsaicncuucu.nu.-
at the fea tSbTe cles for Ph'hrophy can be
i at me rea i. me. ,eft a, the outert House or wltn
Farewell Dinner
for Mrs. Micheaux
Mrs. Aiacon Micheaux of Far-
fan was complimented with a
dinner pnrtv at the Hotel Wash-
ington, given '; Dr. and Mrs. P.
H. rowcll h for a States' vacation.
Tho other dinner guests were:
Cantain Micheaux. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Hunter Dare in Gatun and
Mrs. J. F. Meehan in Margarita.
Surprise Shower
Mrs. Harry Wheeler of Fort Gu-
ild:, was honored with a surprise
shower for her Infant daughter,
Karen Jane, who was born May
30 at the Coco Solo Naval Hospi-
tal.
The party was given by Mrs.
Walter"Hunnlcutt,! Mr. "arid Mrs. I Harry Copare, who was assisted
' Mrs.
L. B. Hunnlcutt. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Collins and Mr. and Mrs.
Hero?rt Peterson.
Mrs. Micheaux will visit rela-
tives in New Jersey.
Departure? and Arrivals
Mrs. Elizabeth Rowley and
daughter. Carolyn, of Gatun.
crossed to the Pacific Side Friday
evening and were guests at the
Hotel Tivoli before leaving by the
United Fruit ,ine for-Mobile Al-
abama.
Mrs. Rowley has a year's leave
Of absence from the Schools Di-
vision and will visit her family in
Dickinson. Alabama, before driv-
ing to California where she will
visit Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bird,
former residents of Gatun.
OPENING THURSDAY!
CENTRAL
14ft
Henry Twohy. son of Captain
arid Mrs. L. L. Koepke. of the Co-
co Solo Naval Station, arrived
Saturday for a vacation with his
faniily. He has been studying at
Hargraves Military Academy at
Chatham. Virginia.
Mr.s. Conrad G. Dldrickson and
MUs Marion Dldrickson left dur-
ing the weekend en route to
Glenndale. California.
Mrs. W. K. Greene entertain-
ed with an informal luncheon at
her France Field home before
their departure.
by Mrs. Austin Tulip and
William Elllngsworth.
A stroller, decorated with pink
and blue streamers held the gifts
which were presented the hon-
oree.
The invited guests included: ,
Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Mrs. Joseph '
Wasulaski. Mrs. Crandall, Mrs.
Owen Tolbert. Mrs. Fred Burke-
head. Mrs. Joseph Gormley, Mrs.
William Godwin. Mrs. Ralph
Mann, Mrs. Ernest Beck. Mrs.
Arthur Humphrey, Mrs. Lewis
and Mr.s. Shirley Cfummly.
Coral Chapter Stated Meeting
Coral Chapter No 3, Order of
the Eastern Star, will have its
stated meeting, tomorrow even-
ing at 7:30 at the Gatun Masonic
Temple.
Sojourners Meeting
The June meeting of Caribbean
Chapter No. 21. National Sojourn-
ers will be held at the Coco Solo
officers club tomorrow evening
at 6:30 p.m.
An interesting speaker is ex-
pected. As a suggestion, every
member is requested to bring a
guest.
Mrs. William O'Hayer. of Co-
co Solo, left Sunday with her four
children, Elaine, Carol. Billy and|can Consulate.
Tommy for a vacation of six
weeks with relatives in San Jo-
e.C.R.
Atlantic District
Girl Scout Meeting
The Atlantic District Girl Scout
meeting will be held tomorrow
evening at the home of Mrs.
Charles Whltaker at the Amerl-
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA. Guys
and Dolls: Joan BlondeH left for
Manhattan with a ralld mad-on
at RKO for drumming up the fact
that the song-and-dance number
she does In "The Blue Veil" is her
first since "Golddlggers of 1933."
When I saw her, Joan was
growling about the questions con-
cerning Ruby Keeler, Dick Pow-
ell, Ginger Rogers and her other
teammates In the early Warner
musicals.
"All those questions about
1933," Joan said. "You'd think I'd
been under a rock all these
years."

Time was when Bob Mitchum
worried about story line and dia-
log but now he's a relaxed char-
acter. He says:
"Retakes, remakes, nothing
bothers me. I just come to work in
the morning, say the jokes, quit
at five and fall into bed. I lost my
dramatic innocence long ago."

It may not have anything to do
with the size of TV screens, but
the market's wide open around
the casting offices for glamorous
peewees like UI's new and sultry
Susan Cabot.
The lass Is only an Inch or so
over the five-foot mark and her
studio Is grooming her to fill
Yvonne de Carlo's pumps as a
charmer.
Getting ready to do a scene
with towering Jeff Chandler in
"Flame of Araby,"Susan told me:
"They'll have to get a step-ladder
for me. I get the shakes working
with big hunks of men. But then
I think of Gloria Swanson, Bette
Davis and Helen Hayes, and I feel
better. They did all right as short
girls."

They're slappinR the powder
and paint on husky grid hero Bob
Waterfield for his film debut in a
Jungle Jim thriller, and wifey
Jane Russell is as unhappy about
it as Bob.
The queen of the RKO lot
frowned and fumed:
"Poor Bob. They're putting that
horrible body makeup on him.
They're drawing things around
his eyes and making him look like
a ghoul."
But there's not one molecule of
fear in Jane's noggin that Bob
will turn out to be a ham.
"It's strictly a business propo-
sition with Bob," she says. "He
may have makeuo on his face,
but there's no Stardust in his
eyes."
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Mrs. George Poole. Jr.. of Fort
Davis with Kate and Christine,
sailed Friday for a vacation to
be- spent in Hampton. Va., and
Schenectady. New York.
Mrs. Henry A. Hartwig. of Fort
Davis and sons. Gary and Eric,
sailed during the weekend for a
visit in Cincinnati. Ohio and Mi-
ami, Florida. They will be joined
by Lt. Hartwig later in the sum-
mer.
Major and Mrs. James Scar-
borough of Fort Davis, with Ma-
ry. Charles aiid James sailed for
vacation to be spent in South
Carolina.
Miss Mee Wo'd and Miss e-
Wmtt Smith lt ft by the Mi" -k
fee for California. Miss Wulu u
I Ac a tic
TODAY
AT 5 AND 9 P. M.
//
"CHANG
The World Famous Panamanian Magician!
2 HOURS OF THRILLS!
SEE!
THE COLORFUL TAMBORITO
In Black Lights.
THE BULLFIGHT SCENES.
The Magnificent Strong Men
"THE ATENIENSES"
SOMETHING YOU NEVER SAW BEFORE!
PRICES: B .1.00.........Children 0 50
Rod Cameron hemmed and
hawed, but finally admitted lt.
That's Rod and not just a look-
alike In some of these old west-
ern films on the TV screens.
"But beck, I didn't even know
how to ride a horse then and you
have to look awful quick to see
me," the cactns-and-sagebrush
hero said. "I played everything
musicals, mysteries, even a priest
oncewhen I was with Para-
mount years ago. I even did the
test with Ingrid Bergman that
got her the role in 'For Whom the
Bell Tolls.'"
Rod's playing a deep-sea diver
In the "Sea Hornet," but he de-
nied that he's giving up whinny-
and-snort pictures because the
top Hollywood profile boys are all
going in for westerns these days.
The Cameron observation on the
trend:
"Some of these guys are cut-
ting their throats. They just can't
look like cowboys."

Short Takes: Francis X. Bush-
man, the veteran star who plays
King Saul In "David and Bath-
sheba," will hit the road to lec-
ture on the filma modern twist
on the old Chautauqua days...
Theater manager are predicting
a serious film product shortage
by fall. Another flock of re-issues
will be dusted off...Hal Roach,
Jr. has sold a new TV film series,
"Don't Be a Sucker," to a clgaret
sponsor." i

Gertrude Astor, star of the si-
lent flickers, Is celebrating her
37th year In the movles'and her
1400th rolethe landlady in Co-
came to California' In 1014 to star
came to allfornia In 1914 to star
in the first screen version of "Un-
der Two Flags."
. .
Jack Benny's entertainment
tour In Korea this summer now
has Uncle Sam's official blessing.
He'll leave In late June when his
radio series concludes for the
season.
r
Joan Evans Is hopping mad
over rumors that she's battling to
get out of the junior miss set.
Sweet-slxteenlsh Joan told me:
"I'm not fighting with anybody.
As long as I'm a teen-ager, I may
as well play these parts."

Hedy Lamarr Is still wailing
about that famous in-the-flesh
swimming scene'In "Ecstasy":
"People won't let me forget this
infamous thing that happened to
me 20 years ago." .

Economy flash: A major lot Just
put a $100,000 celling on all star
salaries. During the war they
went as high as $275,000 per film.
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caused by acid indigestion or temporary sluggishness
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Showing Tonight -
(FOR AN EVENING OUT...GO TO THE MOVIESII
BALBOA
Alr-< nndlllnnM
6:15 :l|____
Gary COOPER Jane GREER
"YOU'RE IN THE NAVY NOW"
Tuesday "SI.KEPINGCITY"
DIABLO HTS.
(:I5 I*
Marton TOREN Jeff CHANDLER
"DEPORTED"
Tuesday "BUNCO SQUAD"
COCO LI
(1:15 a l:M
r
Calla JOHNSON Noel COWARD
THE ASTIONISHED HEART'
____________Tuesday "HARVEY"____________
G A 1 U N
Ml
(Tuesday)
Kurd HATFIELD Joyce MacKtNZIE
"DESTINATION MURDER"
MARGARITA
. 6:15 8:1*
George MONTGOMERY a) Marie WINDSOR
"DAKOTA LIL" (Color)
Tuesday "WHERE DANGER LIVES"
CRISTOBAL
*lr I nil|i'....rt
t:lS 8:lt
Susan HAYWARD Dan DAILEY
"I Can Get It for You Wholesale"
Tuesday "THIS SIDE OF THE LAW"
Samuel Smug!
Samuel Smug la smart, 'tis trae,
If you were he, you would be too!
Sam can always find gaod buy*,
His secret is to advertise!
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE

Complete Prize-Winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1683, Sunday, Juae 10, 1951
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two serles "A" & "B" of 28 pieces each.
First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize
7646
5 4 02
5866
$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00
Vis Prise. nos I'M/. No* Prlia 1 156.00 Noa Prise 1 156 00 Noa. Prisa* I 154.00 NO*.
0046 1 156.00 1046 1 156.00 2*46 3046 4046 5046
'0146 156.00 1146 156.00 -Mil. 156.00 3146 156.00 4146 150 00 SIM
0246 156M 1246 136.00 2246 156.00 3246 ISSN 4246 IH.M 52M
0346 IM.M 1346 156.00 2346 156.00 3346 IM.M 4346 1M.M 53M
0446 15600 1446 156.00 2446 156.H 3446 156.00 4446 1M.M S4M
u .li. 156.00 1546 156 00 SS46 156.00 3540 156.00 4MS IM.M 55M
0646 2.600 00 1646 2.600.00 2646 2.600.00 3646 2.600.00 4644 2.600.00 MM 2.
0~46 156.00 1746 156 00 2746 1S6.00 374* 156.00 4.11. 1M.M I7M
0846 156.00 ISM 156.00 2846 1M.M 3846 156.00 4S46 1M.M MM
MS 150.00 1046 156 00 2046 156.00 3*46 156.00 4*46 1M.M 44
Prise

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1M.M
IM.M
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156.M
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MM
61M
2M
6344
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6546
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156.M
156.M
156.M
IM.M
IM.M
2.M0.M
156 00
156. M
IM.M
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70M
7IM
72M
7J44
74M
7SM
7646 52
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7646
7M6
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000.00
IM.M
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IM.M
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(IM IM.M
MM IM.M
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Approximation* Derived From First r*rlze
7637
7638
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S20.M
520.M
76M
76M
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52000
520.M
7641
7M2
520 M 7M3
520 00 { 7M4
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5M.M
7MS
7M7
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520M
S20M
76M
7640
S20.M
52000
70M
7M1
SM.M
7652
7SS3
SM.M
7M4
7655
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SM.M
5J0.M
Approximations Derived From Second frizc
260.M 1401
5303
53M
130.0
1M.0
* I
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53H
53M
130.M
130.M
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53*8 IM.M I MM
IM.M SMI
IMM JM3
MOM MM
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7402

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54M
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IM.M
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M02
IM.M
130 00
MM
MM
SMI
IMM
1MM
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
i
IMM
MS7
MM
IM.M
MM
IM.M I 58M
IM.M
IM.M
104.M
2SM
I
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SMI
SHS2
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IMM
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104.00
104 00
Prize-winning numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were.sold: first and third In Coln; second In Panam.
The nine hundred whole tickets ending In 6 and not Included In the bove list wta Fjlty-Tw* Dollars (5t.H)
The whole ticket has 62 pieces which comprise the two senes A ana a .
Signed by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of Panam,
MARIO H. CAL, Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.
WITNFSSFS Manuel Vicente Palma CCed 47-2119
nunwaca. Eduardo Morales PeresCd. 47-5589
ROGELIO AVILA P.,
Notary Public, Panam
PABLO A. PINKL
Secretary


9^
Sern prorrogadas las sesiones de la Asamblea Nacional
Las sesiones de la Asamblea Nacional sern pospues-
tas, segn se asegur en fuentes allegadas al Gobierno
Nacional. Lo medida obedece al hecho de que el perodo
para el cual fue convocada la presente legislatura, expi-
ra el Mircoles prximo, y la Cmara an no ha entrado
o considerar el proycto de Facultades Extraordinarias, ni
los nombramientos de los gerentes de la Caja de Seguro
Social, el Banco Agropecuario, la Lotera Nacional, ni el
Banco de Urbanixacin.
Se nos inform asimismo, que la nueva convocatoria
ser por un perodo de cinco das y la har el Presidente
de la Repblica, mediante mensaje que ser llevado a la
Cmara por el Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia, Dr. Miguel
ngel Ordez.
Segn se tiene entendido, una vez termine el debate
sobre el emprstito de B/1,500,000 para el Hotel "El Pa-
nam", la Cmara entrar a discutir el informe de Comi-
sin sobre las Facultades Extraordinarias.
HOA
ltM Kcs.
PANAMA
HOW
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PANAMA, R. P., LUNES, JUNIO 11, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO*
Cedern a la Zona Libre
de Coln unos terrenos
Se ubicar all la Seccin
Portuaria de ese organismo,
dijo el Gobernador Cedeo
Ser en Chitr el prximo
Congreso de Gobernadores
Los terrenos donde en la ac-
tualidad est el Club de Ex-
tranjeros y la Estacin de Fe-
rrocarril de Coln, serin tras-
pasados a la Repblica de Pa-
nam para uso de la Zona Li-
bre de Coln, segn Inform
1 sbado ltimo al Presidente
de la Repblica, don Alclbades
Arosemena, el Gobernador de la
Provincia de Coln don Agus-
tn Cedeo.
- Agrego e] Gobernador Cede-
o que las conversaciones pre-
liminares ya han concluido y
slo se espera la redaccin del
convenio entre el Gobierno de
Panam y el de los Estados
Unidos, para legalizar el tras-
paso de ese globo de terrena
que hoy pertenece a la Compa-
a del Ferrocarril de Panam.
Estos terrenos serian para
Instalar le. seccin portuaria de
la Zona Libre de Coln, ya que
la otra seccin ser, utilizada
para la zona industrial, donde
las fbricas puedan instalar
sus depsitos para armar ma-
quinarlas, etc.
Con respecto a la Instalacin
de los desltos de la Park Davis,
para distribuir sus productos, el
Gobernador Cedeo manifest
que serian utilizados ms de
cien empleados.
1 alto costo de la vida se
debe a los elevados derechos
de importacin que existen
Sobre el aumento de varios artculos de
primera necesidad opinan los mayoristas
La Asociacin de Mayoristas
en Vveres ha enviado para su
publicacin lo siguiente:
La Asociacin de Mayoristas
de Vveres est vivamente In-
teresada en cooperar para re-
bajar el alto costo de la vida
en Panam, pues consideramos
que nosotros tenemos una mi-
sin social que cumplir como
intermediarios entre el produc-
tor y el consumidor.
Expondremos s o m e r ament
nuestras opiniones sobre este
Se investiga por
qu se cayeron 8
aviones en EE. UU.
DAYTON, Ohio, junio 11.
. El Comandante en
Jefe de la Faena Area de
Estados Unidos, General Hovt
Vandenberg, orden al Jefe
de Seguridad de Vuelos, Ma-
yor General Victor Bertrn -
das que se haga cargo de
la investigacin para deter-
minar si el sabotaje fne la
causa que estallaran los mo-
tores de ocho aviones de
reaccin antes que stos se
estrellaran en Indiana.
Tres pilotos resultaron
muertos, dos sufrieron heri-
das y tres resultaron Ilesos
cuandp ocho earas F-M se
precipitaron a tierra dentro
de un radio de 4* kilmetros
en Richmond, Indiana. Al
parecer ste ha sido el ms
grande accidente colectivo de
aviacin en Uempos de amx.
Las autoridades de Furr-
ia Area guardan absoluta
reserva obre la investiga-
cin qae est a cargo de la
Oficina Federal de Investira-
ciones, el Comando del Ma-
terial Areo y otros organis-
mos.
Loa restos de los caas es-
trellados estn bajo fnerte
vigilancia militar y son exa-
minados por los investigado-
res.
problema.
Nuestro principal problema
consiste en que producimos po-
co y tenemos que importar ca-
si todos los artculos de con-
sumo, esto hace casi imposi-
ble a una oficina de control de
precios actuar con eficacia, pues
est fuera de su alcance fijar
precios topes a artculos pro-
ducidos fuera del pals.
El Gobierno Nacional tendra
que pensar en el futuro y to-
mar medidas de largo alcance
para fomentar la produccin
nacional, darle una nueva o-
rlentacln al Banco Agropecua-
rio, hacindolo una Institucin
de fomento que ayude efecti-
vamente al productor y no una
agencia comercial que est per-
judicando al Gobierno, que
pierde los derechos de Impor-
tacin, al comercio que le qui-
ta renglones donde ste obtiene
una legitima ganancia y al con-
sumidor encareciendo todos los
artculos que maneja y dndo-
selos de nfima calidad.
Los fletes martimos que las
compaas de vapores cobran a
Panam son de lo ms altos,
tambin la Panam Rail Road
tiene una de las tarifas de
fletes de las ms altas del
mundo, estos factores son prin-
cipalsimos en el alto costo de
la vida.
Pero el principal factor del
encarecimiento de la vida en
Panam lo constituyen los altos
(Pasa a la pgina 3 col. 1
Se rene maana una
Sociedad' de Mdicos
"La reunin ordinaria de la
Sociedad Panamea de Obste-
tricia y Ginecologa correspo:.-
ciente al presente mes se lleva-
r a cabo maana, martes 12 de
junio a las 7:30 de la noche en
los salones del Club de Golf.
El programa est a cargo del
Doctor Herminio Carrizo quien
presentar el tema "Estrechez
ue Plano Medio". El princlpul
comentarista ser el Doctor A-
jristbulo Carrizo. Se ruega ,'w
tral asistencia".
Con un agasajo ofrecido por
ui seor Presidente de la Rep-
blica en su residencia y un ban
Ciuete en el Hotel El Panam
claao por el Ministro de Gobier-
no y Justicia, Dr Miguel ngel
Oidez, qued clausurado el
sbado la conferencia de Go-
bernadores celebrada en esta
Habr elecciones
el jueves prximo
en la Universidad
Como todos los aos,, la Uni-
versidad elegir el jueves 14 sus
representantes estudiantiles an-
te los organismos administra-
tivos. Existe verdadera expecta-
cin por estas elecciones ya
que este ao, los representan-
tes estudiantiles se enfrenta-
rn a verdaderos problemas de
Inters no slo estudiantil tino
nacional.
El Gran Jurado que ha de
hacer el escrutinio estar cons-
tituido por los Profesores Luisl-
ta Aguilera Patino. Dr. Eduar-
do Ritten Aislan y Marcela
Cabal de Diaz y loa estudiantes
Ramn Moreno y Ramn Carri-
llo. Entre las nminas que ya
se han escogido y que cuentan
con el ms decidido apoyo de
sus facultades podemos mencio-
nar la llamada "Nmina H" de
la Facultad de Humanidades
constituida por los estudiantes
Leonel Ferguson, Armando Diaz
Wong, Moiss Chong, Isaas
Garca, Nicasio Vargas, Enri-
que Rosas, Daniel Bravo, Gil-
berto Valdes, Carmen C. Lasso
y Carmen Vsquez. Asimismo
para la Junta de Sndicos se
menciona a Gilberto Ferrari
ciudad a solicitud expresa del
Excelentsimo seor President?
de la Repblica, Don Alcibiams
Arosemena.
Aunque no ha sido an esco-
gida la fecha de la prxima
reunin se estima que esta se
leallzar alrededor del prximo
13 de Julio en la ciudad ce
Cnltr. El Ministro Ordez n.c-
nlfest que las Conferencias se
celebraran en forma rotativa en
ias distintas capitales de pto-
vlnclas con el objeto de darle
ai interior del pas la Importan-
cia que merece.
Decreto-Ley para
bajar el costo de
la vida se prepara
El Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, ha da-
do a publicidad el siguiente co-
municado:
"La Administracin que pre-
side don Alcibiades Arosemena,
consciente de sus responsabili-
dades para con los asociados y
considerando que el alza de
los precios de los artculos de
primera necesidad es, en mu-
chos casos, injustificada, ha so-
licitado a la Asamblea Nacio-
nal una facultad extraordina-
ria para solucionar este grave
problema.
Actualmente, en el Ministerio
de Agricultura, Comercio e In-
dustrias se prepara un proyecto
de Decreto-Ley que ser con-
sultado al comercio, la indus-
tria y dems instituciones cu-
yas actividades se relacionan
con este problema que enfoca
ampliamente el canino de sus
soluciones en una esfera obje-
tiva. Se creara la Junta de
Control d Precios y se selec-
cionar el personal a base de
idoneidad y conocimiento del
problema, de modo que cumpla
la funcin pan la cual fue
creada.
Queda demostrado, pues, que
Se piden B.300.000
para la carretera
Ante el empuje aliado salen
del tringulo de hierro los
soldados del ejrcito rojo
TOKIO, Junio 11 (UP).Los
comunistas chinos estn sallen-
do de su "tringulo de hierro"
en Corea Central por millares,
pero una nueva concentracin
roja amenaza el flaneo occlden- iJSomndo Comunista tiene in-
tal de los aliados.
Las fuersas de las Naciones
Unidas cercaron a Chorwon y
Kumhka, anclas occidentales del
reducto central t 17 y 20 mir
lias del Paralelo 38 y se es-
pera que su ocupacin por las
fuerzas aliadas sea anunciada de
un momento a otro.
Al mismo tiempo, sin embar-
go, un portavoz del Octavo
Etrclto Inform que los comu-
nistas estn llevando a cabo ur.
presaglador movimiento de flan-
queo al suroeste de Chorwon y
al norte de Sel.
Se han avistado refuerzos ro-
jos movilizndose hacia Kae-
song a 36 millas al noroeste de
Sel y a milla y media al sur
del Paralelo 31.
Se est especulando sobre si
tenciones de atacar el flanco
aliado para aminorar la presin
en el frente central.
La captura del rea de Chor-
won y Kumhwa por parte de
las fuerzas norteamericanas,
griegas, turcas y filipinas fu
anunciada anoche por el Gene-
ral James A. Van Fleet, Coman-
dante del Octavo Ejrcito.
Tanto Chorwin como Kumh-
wa se encuentran en ruinas de-
bido al constante bombardeo
de la aviacin y artillera a-
lladas. pero siguen siendo de
estratifica importancia debido
a la red de caminos que con-
trolan.
Esta tarde ser
inaugurada una
escuela en Chame
Esta tarde a las cuatro ser
Inaugurada por el Ministro de
Educacin, Ing. Ricardo J. Ber-
mdez, la nueva escuela p-
blica de Chame, construida du-
rante la pasada administracin.
Asistirn a este acto, el Mi-
nistro Bermdez, el Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, Ing. Norberto
Navarro y representaciones de
ambos Ministerios que han te-
nido a su cargo los trabajos de
construccin de esta moderna
escuela.
El Ministro Bermdez Infor-
m que el da 15 ser Inaugu-
rada la escuela pblica Rep-
blica de Hait, edificada en Ro
Abajo; el da 20 se inaugura-
rn las obras terminadas en la
escuela Repblica de Venezue-
la y el dia 22 la Escuela de
Pedregal. Oportunamente se In-
formar sobre la hora en que
se celebrarn cada uno de estos
actos. /
En preparacin
un Decreto del
Magisterio Nal.
De un momento a otro se da-
r a la prensa el Decreto e
nombramiento de maestros en
las provincias de Coln, Bcccs
del Toro, Veraguas, Los Santos
y panam, que estn para la
firma del seor Presidente de
la Repblica.
En.fuentes oficiales se inior-
r. que tambin espera la fir-
ma del Seor Presidente la Re-
solucin del Ministerio de Edu-
cacin por medio de la cual se
aumentan los sueldos a profe-
sores y maestros, de acueido
con las Indicaciones de la Ley
sobre el escalafn.
Es la participacin de la
Repblica de Panam para
reiniciar la Interamerican
Ante el Parlamento
los
Ingls el caso de
funcionarios que desaparecieron
Un crdito extraordinario de
B. 300,000.00, Imputable al Pre-
supuesto de la actual vigencia
para pagar la cuota de Pana-
m correspondiente al presen-
te ao y destinado a la cons-
truccin de la Carretera nter-
americana, ser solicitado esta
tarde a la Asamblea Nacional
por el Ministro de Hacienda y
Tesoro don Vctor Navas, segn
le Inform a EL PANAMA A-
MERICA el Ministro Norberto
Navarro.
Esta solicitud del rgano Eje-
cutivo se fundamenta en que
la suma de B. 600,000.00 desti-
nada por el Gobierno de los
Estados Unidos a la construc-
cin de la Carretera Interame-
rican como cuota correspon-
diente al ao en curso est su-
jeta a la condicin de que el
Gobierno de Panam destine
Sor su parte la suma de B.
00,000.00 durante igual pero-
do a la referida construccin.
La aportacin de B. 600,000.00
de los.Estados Unidos pasar
al Tesoro Federal si durante el
mes en curso Panam no toma
las medidas adecuadas para
procurar los fondos necesarios,
junto con la cuota de los
que
Esta
a efecto los trabajos de la ca-
rretera Interamerican.
Sobre este particular el Mi*
nistro de Obras Pblicas, Ing.
Norberto Navarro, dijo a El*
PANAMA AMERICA que no slo
es Indispensable cumplir las o-
bllgaclones contraidas por Pa-
nam sino urgente dar los pa-
sos conducentes a que la Ca-
rretera Interamerican pueda
rendir lo antes posible todos
los beneficios que de ella se
esperan.
El Ministro Navarro aadi
que el IB de los corrientes lle-
gar de Estados Unidos a Pana-
m una comisin de tcnicos1
encabezada por el Ing. E. Ja-
mes, de la Public Road Admi-
nistration, de la Seccin de A-
mrica Latina. Dicha comisin
trae en cartera proyectos de loa
ltimos acuerdos para ser dls
cutidos y firmados con Pana-
m. Se espera, dijo el Ministro,
que el lo. del prximo meo di
Julio, puedan abrirse a licita-
cin los trabajos sobre mov-'
miento de tierra, del tramo
comprendido entre David y Re-
medios, primera seccin de la
Carretera Interamerican don-
de se Iniciarn los trabajos de
tados Unidos permitan llevar asta Importante va.
Costar a los editores de
EE.UU. $400.000.000.00 el
aumento del papel peridico
Es posible que el
F. B. I. participe
en la bsqueda
SE DESVANECIERON CON SECRETOS. La Polica de todos los pases de Europa Occiden-
tal est buscando a Donald MacLean (Izquierda) y Guy Burgess (derecha), altos funciona-
rlos diplomticos de Gran Bretaa, quienes han desaparecido. La Sra. Melinda Marling Mac-
Lean (centro), norteamericana de nacimiento, v la familia de Burgess recibieron notas de los
dos funcionarios desde Pars, las cuales estaban escritas con letra distinta a la de ellos.
Ambos funcionarios tenan acceso a los docum entos secreto* de Estados Unidos y Gran Breta-
a, y se cree que han huido a Rusia.
BOLETN
LONDRES, Junio 11 (UP).
El Secretarlo de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Gran Bretaa, Her-
bert Morrison, dijo en la C-
mara de los Comunes oue no
est en posicin de aclarar el
misterio de los dos diplomticos
desaparecidos. Las declaraciones
de Morrison fueron una admi-
sin terminante que los fun-
cionarios britnicos estn en las
mismas que hace dos semanas.
NUEVA YORK, Junio 11 (UP)
Sir Percy Slllltoe, Jefe del Ser-
vicio de Inteligencia Militar
Britnico, lleg por la va ara
desde Londres para conferen-
ciar con el Jefe del Bur Fe-
deral de Investigaciones (FBI),
J. Edgar Hoover, sobre la mis-
teriosa desaparicin de los dos dos
(Pasa i y, i ni l>
WASHINGTON, D. C, junio
11 (XNS). Los editores de
peridicos y fabricantes norte-
americanos de papel de Impren-
ta, fueron Invitados para que
se juntaran con funcionarlos de
la oficina de Estabilizacin de
Precios y discutieran el aumen-
to de precio en el papel de
imprenta canadiense, y el pro-
bable efecto en el precio del
papel de imprenta norteameri-
cano.
El seor Michael V. DISalle,
Administrador de los Precios,
envi Invitaciones a siete pro-
ductores de papel de Impren-
ta y a 24 editores. Su anun-
cio fue dado un poco despus
que el Senador Edwin Johnston,
Demcrata por Colorado, dl a
los periodistas coplas de la car-
ta que el seor DISalle habla
enviado a los funcionarlos ca-
nadienses protestando el re-
ciente aumento en precio de
$10 por tonelada, anunciado por
las principales compaas de
papel de imprenta del Canad.
El Senador por Colorado dijo
que este ltimo aumento de pre-
cio en el papel de imprenta
canadiense, puede costar a los
editores de los Estados Unidos
$300,000,000 a $400,000,000 al
ao. El dijo que los peridicos
de aqu, dependen del Canad
en un 85 por ciento de su abas-
tecimiento de papel de Impren-
ta. El aadi que el aumento
de |10 por tonelada no seria el
grado completo del aumento,
pero que probablemente otros
cargos ms altos seran pasa-
a los peridicos.
Ex-Rey del Hampa
recibi $57,000
ilegalmente
APLES, junio 11. (UP).
Se informa que la poli-
oa italiana ha detenido al
ez-rey del hampa de Nueva
York, Charles "Ducky" Lucia-
no bajo acusacin de reci-
bir ileralmente de Estados
Unidos 57,000 dlares y un
flamante automvil norte-
americano.
Las fuentes policiales dije-
ron que Luciano, que vive sin
preocupaciones m o n e tartas
en los mejores hoteles de la
Isla Capri, fue detenido ano-
che e interrogado casi 20 bo-
fas. La polica ech el guan-
te a Luciano como parte de
las pesquisas en todo el pas,
iniciadas desde el 6 de abril
acerca las operaciones ile-
ffales con moneda extranjera
y el trfico de estupefacien-
tes.
La polica desea que Lucia-
no explique cmo recibi
"gratuitamente" 57,006 dla-
res que le enviaron ilegal-
mente de Estados Unidos a
Italia. Tambin estn inte-
rrogando a Luciano sobre el
nuevo Oldsmobile que las au-
toridades sostienen que el
ex-hampn de Nueva York
recibi sin dar cuenta de su
entrada a las aduanas. El
automvil, entretanto, ha si-
do "secuestrado".
"MAS HOMBRES SE NECESITAN EN COREA."-Marshall
TOKIO, Junio 11.(UP;El Secretario de De-
fensa de Estados Unidos, George C. Marshall, sa-
li por la va area para Washington para dedicar-
se al "asunto muy serio" de encontrar suficientes
hombres para las Fuerzas Armadas de Estados Uni-
dos.
Pocas horas antes de su salida, Marshall dijo
en una conferencia de prensa que regresa a Was-
hington para trabajar en problemas urgentes, ta-
les como conseguir hombres suficientes que reem-
placen a las tropas que estn en la lnea de comba-
te. Aclar que para el mes de Agosto, las Fuerzas
Armadas de los Estados Unidos estarn en posi-
cin de suministrar 50,000 soldados mensuales pa-
ra que reemplacen a los soldados en Corea.
Marshall tambin dijo que la actual misin de
las Naciones Unidas en Corea es mantenerse all
y rechazar los esfuerzos comunistas de volver a in-
vadir a Corea del Sur.
Comentando sobre un posible cese de fuego
en Corea, el Secretario de Defensa declar que no
vino al Lejano Oriente para discutir eso y neg
la noticia de que haba trado nuevas rdenes pa-
ra el General Matthew B. Ridgway.
En cuanto a que las Naciones Unidas amino-
ren sus ataques, Marshall dijo que "duda que las
Naciones Unidas moderen la presin contra los co-
munistas, aun cuando se inicien conferencias so-
bre un posible cese de fuego."
El Secretario Marshall toc el problema de lai
cantidad de soldados en Corea diciendo que se sen-
tira "muy feliz" si Gran Bretaa aumentara el
nmero de soldados en Corea, y dijo que es posi-
ble que otros miembros de las Naciones Unidas
aumenten sus contribuciones de tropas en Corea.
Dijo que los rojos chinos estn en una "posicin
muy difcil" en Corea, pero su objetivo es todav
el "sacarnos de Corea.-"
J;
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ACINA DOS
EL rANAM \ AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES, JUNIO 11, 1951
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l!\ PROBLEMA PARA LA ECONOMA
NACIONAL
En declaraciones publicadas en la prensa el Sr.
Edward Healy Jr.. Vice-Presidente del Chase Na-
tional Bank, ha manifestado claramente que la ins-
titucin bancaria que l representa en Panama ha
suspendido los prstamos pecuarios en el interior
de la Repblica por motivos que quedan bien ex-
plicados en la declaracin aludida.
Con el propsito de que el pblico y, sobre to-
do, los dirigentes de la economa nacional se en-
teren a cabalidad del asunto, nos parece oportuno
reproducir las palabras del Vice Presidente, del
prestigioso Banco de los Estados Unidos de Ame-
rica, Sr. Edward Healy Jr.: "Efectiyamente-dijo
el banquero mencionadoel Chase National Bank
decidi hace como un mes suspender los prestamos
pecuarios hasta tanto fuera posible determinar el
alcance de las importaciones de ganado extranje-
ro y la poltica futura de las instituciones oficia-
les al respecto. Esperamos que en un futuro cer-
cano se produzca el ambiente de estabilidad ne-
cesario para reanudar nuestras operaciones en be-
neficio de la ganadera nacional."
De lo dicho se desprende la inmediata conve-
niencia de que los altos funcionarios del Estado
cuvas atribuciones tengan atingencia con los pro-
blemas econmicos estudien en forma absolutamen-
te seria y tcnica la cuestin planteada, porque si
no se le encuentra una adecuada solucin al asun-
to el pas se privara de las ventajas de las opera-
ciones pecuarias del Chase National Bank.
Es evidente que en los crculos de la banca exis-
te una desconfianza, por decirlo as, en lo que
respecta a las actividades del Banco Agropecuario,
lo cual determina una grave irregularidad que per-
judica a la economa panamea. Es absolutamente
necesario, pues, que de una vez por todas y en for-
ma transparentemente clara el Banco Agropecua-
rio defina su posicin para que los banqueros y
los hombres de negocio en general puedan "deter-
minar el alcance de las importaciones de ganado
ktranjero y la poltica futura de las institucio-
nes oficiales al respecto."
Por otra parte, es igualmente necesario que los
citen de que estas cosas requieren un procedimien-
to serio a fin de que no haya dudas en lo que al
ambient de estabilidad" se refiere, para usar la
fase significativa del Vice Presidente del ( hase
National Bank.
Es de esperarse que el Banco Agropecuario
Aiuncie en breve su poltica econmica y que sta
ofrezca todas las garantas posibles para el incre-
mento de la agricultura y la ganadera panameas.
Asimismo, es de esperarse, que pronto se reanu-
den, para beneficio del pas, las operaciones pecua-
rias del Chase National Bank.
9>
Drew Pearson dice: Mac Arthur har de su visita a Tejas
un caso de prueba poltica; El Senador Tobey les hace
salir ampollas a los testigos sobre el crimen que no
quieren cooperar; La televisin en colores ha creado
el desconcierto.

^>bre la i \Jraaicionti'
ZJruman* S^talinj VV\ao
y
(/Suda,
Por Carlos Dvila
WASHINGTON. La visita
que el General MacArthur ha-
r esta semana a Tejas es
mucho ms que una visita a
sus admiradores. En realidad,
es una prueba, cuidadosamen-
te planeada, sobre su popula-
ridad poltica para ver si los
que apoyan al General deben
seguir con sus planes de .lle-
varlo a la Presidencia.
Uno de los hombres que ha
planeado el viaje a Tejas es
el Congresista Al "Doc" Miller
de Nebraska,' el' mismo Repu-
blicano que lanz la idea de
"MacArthur para Presidente"
en 1948. Se debi en gran par-
te a la insistencia de Miller
el. que MacArthur entrara en
los preliminares de Wisconsin y
Nebraska.
Ambos preliminares fueron
una (ran desilusin, y Mac-
Arthur pens que sus amigos
Republicanos lo haban aban-
donado. Anteriormente, en
Tokio, el General haba ha-
blado con unos optimistas vi-
sitantes polticos, quienes pre-
dijeron que el pueblo norte-
americano se levantara co-
mo un solo hombre para ele-
girlo. Mar Arthur hasta le
haba dicho al Teniente Ge-
neral Robert Eichelberger.
quien se encontraba en To-
kio, que esperaba ser Mamr.-
do a los Estados Unidos du-
rante la Convencin del Par-
tido Republicano en 1948 y
que l, Eichelberger, deba
irse preparando para encar-
garse como Comandante del
Japn.
Sin embargo, el cuartel de
MacArthur durante la con-
vencin de 1948 result ser
I local mis vaco de Fila-
delfia, y MacArthur pens
que el partido lo haba en-
gaado.
Por lo tanto, sus amigos n-
timos dicen ahora que esta vez
el General no quiere que lo
engaen. Es por eso que su
viaje a Tejas ser una espe-
cie de prueba.
En vista que la visita a Chi-
cago fue descorazonadora pues
el General no pudo llenar el
Campo Soldier; y que su viaje
a Murfreesboro. Tennessee, tam-
poco llen el estadio local, la
visita a Telas es de suma Im-
portancia. Tejas ha prometido
una tremenda ovacin, y si re-
sulta algo grandioso, sus sos-
tenedores ntimos esperan que
MacArthur acceda a que su
sombrero de campaa sea lan-
zado al cuadriltero.
EL CRIMEN EN CHICAGO
97
El "Aviso Oportuno
ffEl Mercado Sm fatal
Es Barato v Efectivo
EL COMISARIATO TAGAROPULOS, S.A.
se complace en anunciar a su distinguida clientela
que acaba de recibir las siguientes mercancas:
Sirope italiano en botellas 'ORZATA 'MOTTA'. 'AMARENA'.
Salaminito "Milan'' (italiano legtimo).
Salami Extra "Milan" (italiano legitimo).
Salami "Copa" Mortadela (ita'iana).
Sardinas en sal "Sicilian".
Filetes de anchoas portuguesas en latas de 13 o y Z'.i os.
Caviar ruso "Romauof" (aviar Rojo Tarama. V/t o.
Halvas (Halwash) Fava Beans (Habas)
Aceitunas preparadas ei frascos "Ro Rita".
Peperonrini griego en frascos de 1 Ib.
Pistachio Nuts de 1 Ib. x '. Ib.
Blugour 'Trien molido).
Cuando el hombre de nego-
cios de Chicago. George S.
May, afiliado a los raquete-
ros, declar ante el Comit
del Crimen del Senado, nin-
guna cmara de televisin lo
enfoc. Hasta a los periodis-
tas se les prohibi la entrada
cuando May fue citado para
que explicar sus propinas a
los raqueteros, las cuales sa-
lan de las ganancias pro-
ducidas por el Juego en su
Club "Tam O" Shanter" en los
suburbios de Chicago. Se di-
ce que May le pag el 46
por ciento de las entradas de
sus traganqueles al raquete-
ro Ed Vogel, el rey de los tra-
ganqueles del Condado de
Cook. Pero May no habl so-
bre eato.
May si habl con profusin
de detalles sobre su eficiente
negocio, la compaa George S.
May, la cual ha manejado con-
tratos de grandes corporaciones
v municipios, y hasta de Go-
biernos extranjeros. Sin embar-
go, guard silencio en las pre-
gunta* que podan aclarar sus
negqcios con los raqueteros y
an rehus decir si era miem-
bro de cierto Club de Golf.
Esto sac de sus casillas al
Senador de Nuevo Hampshire.
Charles Tobey, famoso por sus
cruzadas, quien explot:
"Es evidente que este pja-
ro de cuentas va a hacer de
todo, menos contestar las pre-
guntas. Estamos perdiendo el
tiempo. El ha estado en com-
binacin con el juego y todos
los elementos corrompidos".
"El va y se asocia con la
escoria de la tierra, y nos-
otros no debemos averiguar-
lo. Pues bien, nosotros vamos
a averiguarlo y lo lograremos
antes de terminar. Y perm-
tanme decir una cosa. He
aqu un hombre. George S.
May, quien se para frente a
nosotros y nos dice sobre au
gran empresa de negocios, su
red de propaganda y V* f*
un hombre respetable. Sin
embargo, ante un comit de
sus investigadores un Co-
mit del Senado de los Esta-
do Unidos vacila en con-
testar una simple pregunta:
"es usted miembro de un CIUD
de Golf"?
r.nton ees, dirigindose a
May, Tobey rugi: "Por Dios,
est su vida Un abrumada
por el peso de estas cosas que
no puede contestar ni una
simple pregunta de esa clase.
Por que no sale de su her-
metismo y dice: "Yo les di-
r todo lo que quieren saber.
Mi vida es un libro abierto .
Entonces, si su vida es un
libro abierto y usted esta lim-
pio de culpa y es honrado,
pues hable. For que usted
quiere cubrirse? En qu po*
alcin est con su alma un
hombre que no puede contes-
tar una simple pregunta. De
qu vale su dinero si no pue-
de usted mirar a los hom-
bres cara a cara a los nom-
bres que estamos sentado
aqui? Antes que estar en esa
posicin, yo preferira estar
muerto con todo y su di-
nero y todo su podero!"
La cara de May se puso co-
lor de prpura. Pero continuo
negndose a contestar las
preguntas.
SUCESOS DE WASHINGTON
Los Senadores han negado
una peticin del vioe-Presi-
dente Barkley para comprar
un nuevo "limousine" Cadi-
llac. Decidieron que todava
puede usar su viejo Cadi-
llac 1949... El Gobierno de
Holanda ha hecho indagacio-
nes discretas para averiguar
si es cierto que Perle (ll-
menme seora) Mesta ser la
nueva-Embajadora de Estados
Unidos en Holanda. Los ho-
landeses no estn muy feli-
ces que digamos, con esta po-
sibilidad... El Departamento
de Agricultura le ha pedido
a la Autoridad de Produc-
cin Nacional que afloje la
reduccin de la cuota de ace-
ro para, la maquinaria, *"-
cola, pues esto significarla I 3
menos maquinarias para al
Otro ao. El Secretario Brau-
nan dice que la* granjas no
podran soportar esta drs-
tica rebaja... Los Demcra-
tas sacaron al Senador* Mac-
Carthy del Comit de Apro-
piaciones para darle paso a
otro Demcrata. Pero su su-
cesor, el Senador Robertson
de Virginia, ha estado votan-
do tan Republicano como Mae
Carthy. Durante su primer
da en el Comit, Robertson
ignor a sus colegas Dem-
cratas y le dio auuvoto al Se-
nador Gordon. Republicano
de Oregon.. Los traficantes
de la bolsa negra se sentirn
mal al saber que el jefe del
control de precios Ed Morgan
ha duplicado el nmero de
sus agentes. Sus principales
objetivos sern los que le su-
ben los precios a su carne,
automviles y acero... El Co-
mit de la Cmara se en-
cuentra bajo ana terrible pre-
sin de parte de los "antesa-
listas" de las industrias pe-
trolera y automovilstica pa-
ra que rescindan el aumento
en el impuesto de la gasolina
de 1-12 centavos a 2 centa-
vos por galn, asi como el
aumento del impuesto en los
automviles nuevos del siete
al diez por ciento. Sin em-
bargo, probablemente el Co-
mit mantendr el aumento
de impuestos de todas mane-
ras.
En este Occidente, sordo y
ciego a los modos y tuerzas del
Oriente, estamos comentando
por el cariz pintoresco el a-
conteclmlentQ magno del 28 de
mayo, cuando el Tibet pas a
ser provincia semi-autnoma do
la China comunista y subsat-
lite del Soviet. Es el mundo
budista nada. menos, que con
sus millones de msticos cae ba-
jo la influencia del Kremlin;
es como si, a 2,500 aos de dis-
tancia, Mao Tze Tung se hu-
biera entendido con Slddharta
Gautama Buda para conquis-
tar el dominio espiritual del
Asia.
Los comentarlos occidentales
revelan una Incomprensin de
las cosas orientales casi com-
parable a la de los habitantes
de la Mongolia Interior, segn
la relata el profesor Schuyler
Camman en su reciente libro
"La Tierra del Camello". Los
mongoles, dice, no conocan la
existencia de Amrica; para
ellos eran un misterio oscuro
todos esos extranjeros que vi-
ven 'al oeste de Rusia", y que
hace siglos se rebelaron contra
la autoridad de Gengis Khan
que los mongoles representa-
ran. Hall all, en cambio, co-
mo P.F. Eberton en el Desier-
to de Gobi, una gran venera-
cin por el Tibet, la Meca del
budismo. Eberton estuvo hace
poco con los 600 monjes budis-
tas aislados en la montaa de
Kuen Lun que se hablan como
en susurro y pasan su vida
rezando por la humanidad y
por los desgraciados "que van
a nacer". Ni ms ni menos
que los 200,000 monjes tibetanos
que llenan los monasterios del
"techo del mundo" y son due-
os de una tercera parte de
las 470,000 millas cuadradas de
tierras que acaban de incorpo-
rarse con sus 3 millones de
habitantes a la China sovle-
t Izada.
A la cabeza de estos monas-
terios tibetanos se hallan dos
poderosos rivales: el de Sera,
con 8.000 monjes, siempre par-
tidario de China, y el de Dre-
pung. cuyos 10,000 reclusos
mantienen una oposicin tra-
dicional contra la gran vecina
del Norte. El primero era par-
tidario del Panchen Lama, ni-
o de 14 aos, jefe espiritual
que se hallaba desde hacia
tiempo exilado en China, y el
segundo, del Dalai Lama, de 16
aos, jefe temporal que man-
da en el Palacio de Ptala, es-
pecie de Vaticano budista en la
ciudad sagrada de Lhasa. El
tratado del 28 de mayo impli-
ca una reconciliacin do los
dos Lamas, que son encarna-
cin de Buda, quienes compar-
tirn el gobierno del Tibet co-
mo provincia autnoma de Chi-
na y cuidarn de cortar todo
vnculo con el 'imperialismo de
Occidente" y de evitar que pros-
peren en la gran meseta sus
nuevos posibles "complots". Ba-
jo el manto sovitico y sus con-
sejeros y guarniciones, se res-
tablece, por lo tanto, lo uni-
dad largamente quebrantada do
la teocraela y gerarcocracia ti-
betanas; los monjes de Sera y
Drepung, y de todos los de-
ms claustros de este pas, don-
de una cuarta parte de los
hombres est consagrada a la
religin, marcharn ahora bu-
dsticamente disciplinados por
la senda que marque esta a-
Uanza entre el materialismo
dialctico y la ms mstica de
las religiones.
Porque estos nuevos aliados
del marxismo dedican casi to-
do su tiempo "a la meditacin
y al pensamiento espiritual, a
Buda, al Nirvana y a la prxi-
ma encarnacin". Para loa ti-
betanos, "toda Importacin de
ideas de Occidente, ciencia e
inventos son superficiales y no
llenen importancia alguna". As
lo dijo hace poco un viejo y
respetable lama a Lowell Tho-
mas; ser de ver cmo segre-
gan ahora el occldentalismo
mecnico del Soviet del resto
del mundo tecnolgico. Con es-
te misino escritor enviaron los
monjes tibetanos al Presidente
Truman, "quien. Indudablemen-
te, es tambin una encarnacin
de Buda". un mensaje en que
se lee: "Estamos ansiosos de
que sepa que aqui en el Ti-
bet, uno tierra dedicada esen-
cialmente a la religin, todo
nuestro pueblo, monjes y segla-
res, estn devotamente rogando
a Dios por la felicidad y paz
permanente de la humanidad".
Este ser acaso el ltimo men-
saje amistoso que la Casa Blan-
co reciba del Tibet. A menos
que se realice el vaticinio de
Lonsang Taahi, Abad de Dre-
pung, de que pronto los Esta-
dos Unidos sern convertidos
todos al budismo por los ml-
slonieros que aqu tienen desta-
cados.
Hacia tiempo que el Soviet
venia tratando con musitado
respeto al budismo; ahora lo
incorpora a sus herramientas
de dominio del Asia redespler-
ta, que ha pasado a ser la lla-
ve de la Europa en los planes
mundiales marxistas de largo
y paciente desarrollo. Es una
doctrina que bajo diversas de-
nominaciones y con ligeras va-
riantes domina en el Japn,
buena parte de China. Slam,
Indochina. Celln y Burma, y
aunque cast desaparecida de la
India, conserva all grande as-
cendiente espiritual, como que
de este arrastre del fantlsmo;
nos asombran por eso esos sol-
dados que en Corea machan
como zombis narcotizados y
contentos ante la muerte cier-
ta; esos mahometanos que en
Irn asesinaron a un primer
ministros y tienen en jaque al
gobierno, a 'la nacin y a las
grandes potencias occidentales
con la sola fuerza de su an-
sia de servir a iu te arrastre
del fanatismo; nos asombran,
comunista chino que coment
hace poco, con motivo del fu-
silamiento de su padre, que "de-
beran haberlo ejecutado mu-
cho antea";' porque era antl-
comunlsta.
Nueva York, 1961.
REMITIDO
NO PAGUEN NI UN CENTAVO MAS A LA AMERICAN
PROTECCIN MIENTRAS EL MINISTERIO DE GOBIERNO
NO RESUELVA LA DENUNCIA CONTRA ESA INSTITUCIN
MARIA CWEIBER:
No s quin es I'd. a pesar de estar asegurada e Soeia
como Id. dice de la AMERICAN PROTECCIN, entidad que I'd.
preside. Creo que ninguno de los asegurados tampoco la conocen
a I'd. pero por su remitido he deducido su grado de cultura y su
escases de principios, y la clase de mujer qae es. A UD. MARIA
CWEIBER, quiero contestarle como panamea que soy; y cono'
mujer. Se conoce que Ud. se escuda en la nacionalidad que esta,
Repblica de Panam le otorg, no slo para engaar al pblico,
sin tambin para insultar a los hijos de este pas.
Sepa L'<1., MARIA CWEIBER, que la mujer panamea acaba
de escribir muy recientemente una pgina de civismo y gloria
para nuestra Patria; y por ese motivo Jams me he escodado en
nadie para hacer valer mis derechos.
MARIA CWEIBER, Ud. insulta en su remitido a an seor quo
segn Ud. se llama Gustavo Gomales Alemn, y que slo conosconj
la existencia de este seor por su remitido. Pero he considerado
un deber decirle a Ud. que fui yo la persona que acus a la'
AMERICAN PROTECCIN, ante el Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, con el derecho que tiene todo ciudadano a reclamar lo qnel
es suyo, cuando tratan de robarle. Ful yo, MARIA CWEIBER, la.-
que investig Us actividades ilcitas de la AMERICAN PRO-H
TECCION, cuando esa Cia. me vendi una Pliza.de Seguros, qi'o1
uo tiene ningn valor, porque Uds. no tienen el respaldo econ-
mico que exige la LEY, para garantizar al pblico los dineros
que les entregan a Uds. loe asegurados. Y por su remitido veo,
que trato desesperadamente de encontrar un asidero, por la enor-
me responsabilidad que sobre Ud. pesa orno presidenta de dirh:M
institucin, al no poder responder por los dineros a Uds. entrega-
dos por los asegurados.
Ud. para salvar su pellejo dice ahora, que la AMERICAN)
PROTECCIN no es compaa de seguros; ahora dice qae en
Sociedad Benfle, y lo dice porque sabe que tiene que devolver i
todo el dinero, que miles de familias pobres le han entregado.-
confiando en que era una Compaa de Seguros Americana, tal!
Oa'ndWriomrV^uld^r record como formaban I pblico. Y Ud como presidenta; si
ff.SMi t'5S5- rotarlo; y ese Elias Cruz que Ud. mienta rom,,
darla a sus millones ae pros* ttlottro gern log re8Ponsables ante los tribunales, por el delito
cometido. I
MARIA CWEIBER, Ud. ha abusado de los ciudadanos de estOi
1 s, ejerciendo actividades ilegales, a sabiendas de que un per-'
miso para una Sociedad Benfica, otorgado por el Ministerio do!
Gobierno y Justicia, no le da derecho a ejercer actividades eo-
nitreales; y ha abusado doblemente, escudndose en lo ciudada-
na de panamea, que esta Repblica le ha otorgado. Pero sm>
slo apellido indica su origen. L'd. dice que las "oficinas'' de 1
AMERICAN PROTECCIN estn abiertas. Y al decir oficinas y no>
sociedad est reconociendo, que la AMERICAN PROTECCIN
est ejerciendo actividades comerciales; sin autorizacin para ello.
MARIA CWEIBER: Si es tan honesta la Sociedad que l'd^
dirige, yo la invito a que pblicamente contesto nao por uno loa:
puntos que a continuacin le detallo:
lo.Si es o no cierto, que Ud. es la Presidenta de la AMERI-
TAN PROTECCIN, su hijo Secretarle, y Elias Croa, como teco-
lero, y, si todos Uds. viven juntos en la misma casa en la Colla i
43 No. 48. Lo que Indica que sta Sociedad est formada por un
clan familiar.
2o.Que pruebe si alguna vez Ud. ha hecho alguna citacin
por medio de la prensa, a todos los Socios para celebrar asamblea.
general do Socios. Y si alguna vez ha dado a conocer en, esta
asambleas que jams Uds. han celebrado ninguna el estad,
de recaudacin de la Sociedad.
garn que la televisin en co-
lores abrir nuevos mercados
para los receptores de televi-
sin el prximo otoo y que
no habrn suficientes recepto-
res para hacerle frente al au-
mento en la demanda.
Sin embargo, la Autoridad de
Produccin Nacional negar la
peticin y les dir a los fabri-
cantes que ellos mismos deben
decidir si continan fabrlcan-

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Para la familia asitica, el
Tibet no es la teocraela ex-
tica y pasiva que piensan los
occidentales, quienes hablan de
su poligamia y su poliandria,
de gente que se saluda sacando
la lengua y come huevos po-
dridos, donde una mujer que
se casa pasa a ser la de to-
dos los hermanos de su ma-
rido. No.. En Asia el Tibet es
el digno smbolo de una vene-
rable devocin. Sus habitantes
dedican a lo menos tres horas-
ai da a plegarlas, caminan mo-
viendo unas ruedecltas de ora-
cin en un manubrio y man-
tienen en sus casas, rica o
pobres, altare y santuarios
donde oran al son de tambo-
res y de gongs- creen que no
habr paz en el mundo mien-
tras no se elimine el lucro y
como tienen la nocin de una
alma humana colectiva, buscan
la salvacin de toda ella, sin
la cual la individual es Impo-
sible.
La mayora de los. occiden-
tales tiene muy escasa consi-
deracin por ese Tibet conge-
lado, fosilizado o petrificado
en su budismo, con mezclas de
demonologia. ocultismos y su-
persticiones baladies, donde hay
un Orculo del Estado, que es
uno de los ms altos funciona-
rlos y donde se mira con des-
deosa superioridad a todo lo
cristiano y occidental. Cuando
mas se le ha concedido impor-
tancia como zona estratgica
en el corazn del Asia. En Pei-
ping y en Mosc se ha mirado
al Tibet no slo como base mi-
litar, sino como una gran fuer-
za espiritual asitica, aliada
preciosa de la mstica marxlsta.
El 28 de mayo el Soviet ad-
quiri el aliado que necesitaba
en Asia, con celo misionero,
devocin fantica y radiacin
do receptores para blanco y
negro o entran en el campo I mstica continental. Por ac en
de colores el Occidente entendemos poco
o
ESTA FELIZ ...
porque ha encontrado
lo que tanto buscaba!
CLUB DE 50
SEMANAS
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_ So.SI el Sr. Elias Crua tiene residencia legalizada en et
vais; desde cundo, y qu nmero corresponde a au cdula. T sil
tiene el tiempo requerido para dedicarse a actividades comerciales.,
4o.Que publique un informe de auditores dentro de las coa-,
renta y ocho horas despus de la publicacin de esta carta, dando
a conocer el estado financiero de la Sociedad AMERICAN PRO-
TECCIN. '
5o.Diga si sabe que el tesorero de la AMERICAN PRO-
TECCION, ELIAS CRUZ, hace dos aos form tambin uno So-
ciedad igual o la American Proteccin en Venezuela, llamada
PREVISION VENEZOLANA, y que la Junta Militar del Gobierno|
de Venezuela le oblig a cerrar, porque tampoco tena el deposita
que exige la Ley.
o.Diga si la AMERICAN PROTECCIN le ha entregada
o algn Socio los estatuto que rigen a la Sociedad, o si los ha.
publicado por medio de la prensa. .
7o.Diga si la AMERICAN PROTECCIN tiene Patente Co-
mercial; si paga Impuestos a Rentas Internas, o impuestos mu-
nicipales.
Pues quien no tiene estos requisitos que exigen nuestras le-
yes, no puede ofrecer plizas de Seguro de Vida, y menos garan-
tizar determinados beneficios educativos a lo hijos de las perso-
nas pobres de este pas, mediante un PLAN DOTAL DE 20 AMOS,
segn dicen las Plizas de la AMERICAN PROTECCIN.
MARIA CWEIBER, mientras no publique Ud. el informe do
,.ud i tores: y conteste los dems puntos a mi satisfaccin quo
creo ser la de todos los socios no podr justificar Ud. su hon-
radez como presidenta de la AMERICAN PROTECCIN.
Estos puntos, no slo se los pido como ciudadana, con dere-
cho a velar por los intereses de mi pueblo; sino tambin con mi
derecho de ASEGURADA de la AMERICAN PROTECCIN, con mi
.errificado de Pliza No. 13264.
Yo incito a los asegurados, de la American Proteccin, a quo
reclamen los dineros que han pagado a MARIA CWEIBER V FA-
MILIA, y a que no paguen ni un CENTAVO MAS, haste que el
Ministerio de Gobierno y Justicia no resuelva la acusacin que
present en ese Ministerio, contra la AMERICAN PROTECCIN;
ya que ese Ministerio es el llamado a regular las actividades de
estas sociedades civiles que por voluntad propia se convierten en
Compaas Aseguradoras. .... ,
Yo espero que el Ministerio de Gobierno y Justicia, no solo lo
cancelar a la AMERICAN PROTECCIN la personera jurdica.
sino que les obligue a Uds. a devolver los dineros que con tanto
sacrificio hemos pagado. Como la gravedad del caso lo requiere,
tengo la seguridad que el Gobierno no tardar en resolver esta
delicada situacin en que se encuentra la American Proteccin.
Ruego a MARIA CWEIBER me perdone no contestar su reml-
| tido. en los mismos trminos que ella emple al redactarle: per
como mujer decente que soy, mi dignidad no me permite des-
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MINES. .UNI 11. 151
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA T*H
La Princesa del Algodn en El Panam
' El hotel EL PANAMA v Braniff Airways se han apuntado un
xito al persuadir a la "PRINCESA DEI, ALGODN", que inclu-
v* Panam en su jira por Sur Amrica. La Princesa del Al-
godn es acogida en un concurso anual duiante el Carnaval del
Algodn en Memphis, Tennessee, para que acte como Embajadora
de la Moda r de buena voluptad de la Industria Americana del
Algodn. Llegar al Istmo la noche del sbado 16 de Junio, via
l'.rjniff Airlines v ser presentada en un desfile de Modas de Al-
po.in al dia siguiente. Domingo, en eJ Patio de EL PANAMA. La
Herencia del hotel invit al Club de Leones de Panam para que
coopere en la presentacin del desfile, cuyo producto total ser
donado la Cruz Roja de Panam.
En la Revista de Modas, presentando a la Princesa del Al-
godn, cuya ropa es diseada por los modistos ms destacados
de Amrica y Europa, participarn modelos locales y las mejo-
res selecciones de vestidos de algodn de las tiendas de Panam.
Cuando Paul Jones, del National Cotton Council, hacia los
arreglos Mrs la jira Latino Americana de la Princesa del Algo-
dn, Panam estaba muy lejos de su mente. Sin embargo, los
representantes de EL PANAMA lo invitaron a que parara en EL
PANAMA antes de hacer los arreglos finales para el itinerario
de la Princesa. Al ver EL PANAM el Sr. Jones decidi que la
Princesa deba de todas maneras dar una presentacin en el be-
llo y nuevo Hotel. Pens que la escala a la Repblica de Pana-
m seria el punto culminante de su jira. El Sr. Jones declar
"Tienen Uds. aqu un maravilloso Hotel en EL PANAMA. Lo con-
sidero el Hotel ms extraordinario que jams* haya visto. Quiero
decirles que creo que su arquitectura es aventajada solamente
ver la alta ealidad del servicio y la comida deliciosa que Uds.
frecen". Estamos seguros que la Princesa del Algodn y su
omitiva se mostrarn muy entusiastas sobre esta parte de su
jira;
Los Leones pronto pondrn a la venta los tiquetes a B7. 1.00
cada uno, r esperan una gran concurrencia a este extraordinario
deslUrarto que tendr lugar a la hora del cocktail el Domingo
17. a las i p.m. en el PATIO.
LICITACIN
SUMINISTRO DE TELA PARA LOS UNIFORMES
DE LA POLICA NACIONAL
, Se notifica a los Interesados que el dia 28 de Junio a las
10 en punto de la maana, se abrirn las propuestas que se
firesenten para el suministro de tela para los uniformes de
a Polica Nacional.
Los pliegos de cargo podrn solicitarse en la Contra-
loria General durante las horas hbiles.
Panam, 28 de Mayo de 1951.
CONTRALOR GENERAL
CKAMBOItfTyl
Cinto MNI
Est desempacando
CARTERAS BLANCAS
con cuentas de plstico
con zipper
a 4.50
CARTERAS DE PAJA
En paja blanca con bordado -
d paja en colores.
Especial... 1.50
COLLARES Y ARETES
Blancos y de perlas.
Especial. ..0.95a 1.50
MEDIAS SCHIAPARELLI
En colores claras.
Tallas: 8 al 10>2.
Especial... 2.25
BLUSAS CMICAS
Tallas 32 a 38.
Color negro y blanco.
Especial... 2.95
VESTIDOS JANTZEN
Nuevos modelos.
Tallas 32 a 44.
Especial... 14.50
CREMA DE HORMONAS
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
COMPRE AHORA
a 3.95
CHAMB0NNET y QUINTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO DE < a 12:30 y de i a C.
Se procede a reorganizar el
ejrcito republicano en Corea
Se les somete a entrenamiento
especial para que asimilen
la tctica de los Aliados
. ejercito."
------,-------------------,------------------
El alto costo
derechos de importacin que
cobra el Estado, ojal la Asam-
olea Nacional le d amplias
autorizaciones liscales al ac-
tual Gobierno para que pueda
modificar subsiancialmeme y
con criterio cientfico ei actual
arancel de importacin.
Para que el pblico se entere,
damos a continuacin los de-
rechos de importacin de al-
gunos artculos de primera ne-
Por STEFFAN ANDREWS
(N.A.N.A.) _, .
Voceros del Pentgono indi- _
WASHINGTON Junio (EPS).'can, a su vez, que el cuerpo cesldad y de algunos de lujo
- E. ejrcito republicano rte, de ejrcito coreano del sur que que solo usan las clases aco-
Corea est siendo objeto de'tena su cuartel general al sur modadas y los turtatas.
una completa reorganizacin, de Inje. en el sector oriental ( Embutido pagan 31 por cien-
segun informan circuios auto-
rizacics del Pentgono.
del frente, tuvo que ser abol- <. leche evaporada 21 por cien-
do a consecuencia de las gran-' l0- Pasla d,e tomate 105 por
El general Ridgway. coman- des bajas sutrlda-s por varias ciento, porotos25W ***.
dame supremo ae las iuer-1 d.vlsiones coreanas el 22 de8
zas de las Naciones Unidas, ha i abril.
estado retirando de la linca i
ca 28 por ciento, etc.; perfu-
mes finos Ubre, artculos de
ae .combate a cuerpos de ejrci-
to coreanos, sometindolos a un
entrenamiento especial y reinte-
grndolos a sus tropas bajo >!
comando tctico norteamerica-
no.
Un cuerpo de ejrcito coreano
Can,SiL'eapr0X"nadamentelre*!est nuevamente en el frente!
Este fu el dia en que enor- spda, libre, jabones finos Ubre,
mes masas de soldados chinos champaa libre,
rompieron las lneas coreanas n Nosotros qu sieramos que el
emnaveUraSe8Unda ""^ ^" I S^coSjSS'US^n.S
m" tar nuestras ganancias, asi se
La sexta divisin coreana, que I establecerla sin lugar a dudas
fu una de las ms afectadas,! que un mayorista gana apro-
ia ganancia liquida del mayo-
lista al finalizar un ao de
operaciones es del 3 por ciento
n 4 por ciento, creemos since-
ramente que en esa ganancia
no hay donde recortar .para
rebajar el costo de la vida.
El minorista que se surte del
mayorista, est pasando por la
situacin ms calamitosa desde
1941. El minorista es el hom-
bre que ms trabaja en Pana-
m, despus de rendir una Jor-
nada asotadora de 18 horas
diarias de trabajo apenas ga-; ne y ms bien solicita que sm
na para su subsistencia, no es fiscalicen sus costos; gastos f
pues el minorista quien enca-
rece la vida en Panam.
El ms grave problema que
confrontamos es que no hay
trabajo, como Panam no tiene
suficientes industrias, ni agri-
cultura desarrollada, no hay
Tuentes de trabajo y el pueblo
carece de dinero para comprar.
La Asociacin de Mayoristas
en Vveres, la cual me honro
en presidir, est deseosa de
cooperar con el Gobierno Na-
cional para hacer bajar el cos-
to de la vida en Panam, y es-
t dispuesta como lo estable-
cen sus estatutos a sancionar
y expulsar de su seno a cual-
quier comerciante inescrupulo-
so, que aprovechndose de la
caresta de cualquier articulo
trate de aspecular deshonesta-
mente en oerluiclo del pbli-
co consumidor.
Nuestra asociacin no se opo-
gananclas, pues asi se stable-
ceria sin lugar a dudas qua
est fuera de nuestro control
el alza de los artculos de pri-
mera necesidad.
El pblico debe saber que el
alza en los mercados donde nos
surtimos contina vertiginosa-
mente, hay artculos, como el'
papel de envolver que en la*'
ltimas semanas ha subido ms
del 300 por ciento.
Rodolfo Moreno,
Presidente de la Atoe, de |i
Mayoristas, en Vveres.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
divisiones.
Esta reorganizacin afecta a
diez divisiones. Las unidades
coreanas son reintegradas tan
rpidamente como es posible
dentro de unidades norteameri-
canas y actualmente slo exis-
te un
reano
temente
xlmadamente 8 por ciento bruto
bajo el comando tctico norte-
americano. Las mejores tropas
coreanas que pelean ahora con-
tra los comunistas integran la
divisin "Capital" que ocupa
parte de la costa orienta, y que
cuerpo de ejrcito"co-! ?.e h* "notad numerosas y bri- m en"tre Knaclonaes'y mu-
que acta independien-: untes victorias Estas fuerzas nlclpajes.
e, el Quinto. Pero tam- tienen como artillera los enor-1 Deducidos todos estos gastos
sobre sus ventas.
Los gastas de operacin de
una casa mayorista son fuertes,
pues adems de empleados, lo-
cal, plizas, carros de repar-
tos, avisos, depreciacin, etc.,
etc. hay que pagar 12 impues-
bin est incluido en el plan. | mes caones de las unidades
/Un vocero de la embajada; navales que Integran la Spti-
coreana, al conllrmar la re-' Escuadra norteamericana
oiganizacin en cuestin, diJo;v 80n las 9"e ha" lo8rado ren-
que ella se deba principal-'llzar la mas Profunda penetra-
mente a las grandes bajas su- clon en Corea del Norte,
iridas por las unidades corea- ^ voceros de] Pentgono ln-
nas como resultado de la es- dl..n ou. ,. distribucin del
trategia ruso-china. Al respecto j ff^e."* corwa 1^ las
u tropas norteamericanas dar a
,"E1 propsito del enemigo es, ios oficiales coreanos experien-'
tratar de conveneer al mundolcia y entrenamiento, que nece- ,
de que las tropas repblica-1 s,ta con urgencia. -"Debe te- %ifi^&&*5SSi S&
as coreanas no desean com- nerse presente," dice "que los mnaoiador. Ka m. daapua d>
batir, minando asi la confian-1 coreanos estuvieron dur a n t e poc" ?"<" e1".1.6" .d"V
za de nuestro pueblo y nuestro: treinta aos bajo la domina-
cin japonesa -y no tuvieron
Donde hay
picazn
la hoc* desaparecer
V.n *1 Innunt* qu apllra ;
ungento Koniu n la piel Irritada,
durante {?"e'y'"i"piei ufa llmpt d
KLIM
eslfCHf
PURA y SANA
La Preferido in Todo el Mundo
Pro. Iniel H-
irp. 1M#. Bordan Cn.
y no
por lo tanto oportunidad para
crear un ejrcito propio ni una
tradicin militar nacional."
erupciones y presa. Ka 1 reme-
dio muy eticas que .<> farmacuU-
coh complacen en recomendar.
Cmprese un frasco y tencas*
siempre a mano. Re excalente para
quemaduras, escaldaduras, contusio-
nes, solanera*, rozaduras y para
dolor e Inflamacin de los pies. Ne
hay remedio major para la picazn
de la eczema.
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El seor ADOLFO FABREG.i JR., compr una botella de
RON MONTEZUMA Carta de Oro en la BODEGA NACI-
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En la fotografo el seor Fbrega recibe un cheque por
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El homenaje al H.D. Csar A. Guillen
Momento culminante delasasajo al Presidente de la Asamblea Nacional. H.D. Csar GiUn
cuando ste arradecia. con sentidas frasea el Masaje de que era objeto fgiW **J~I2
simular actuacin durante las jornadas cvicas que viva el pueblo panameo a
acontecimientos polticos que se desarrollaron en la primera decada de Mayo fl sajo
Presidente de la Asamblea se caracterli por I participacin de numerosos elementos perte-
necientes a distintos frupos polticos, lo que le dio un matte cvico al simptico acto. _______
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ms antiguo de la Repblica.
solamentfTmuebles Y
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45, No. 43. Una peinadora con espeja gran-
de y banqueta tapizada, dos mesitas de no-
che con vidrios y un chifforrobe especial es-
maltado en color blanco sucio.
GANADO CON 7 SEMANAS.
UN MOMENTO... RECURDELO...!
Que nuestros Muebles son fabricados
exclusiv.tmente a base de maderas de
caoba completamente seca, con ms
ib don aos de aserrada.
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tro Ami ica. Debido a la clientela ad-
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do a plena marcha de fabricacin.
Que ms del cincuenta por ciento de
lo* muebles que se venden en Panam
son servidos en sistema de CLUB por
la Casa Sport, S. A.
Que estamos seguros nadie nos iguala
en facilidades de pago.
JUEGOS DE RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA SALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
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de Kerosene. Abanicos, Lm-
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rAOlNA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA Dl/JtIO ITfDIPtMUNTB
LUNES, JUNIO 11, 1951
cJLa b
nena
Un servicio del Instituto de Nutricin de C. Amrica- Panama
Protenas: En Cereales
ricin
Los valores de proteina son
casi similares en los granos
completo* de los diferentes ce-
reales' Sin embargo en cada li-
no de ellos hay una mezcla de
protenas, algunas de ellas son
de ms alto valor nutritivo que
las otras y generalmente estas
protenas de ms alto valor es-
tn concentradas en las capas
superficiales del grano y alre-
dedor del germen.
Puesto que el proceso ordina-
rio de elaboracin de esos gra-
nos separa las capas superficia-
les, separa al mismo tiempo esas
proteinas de alto valor, por lo
que los productos refinados de
cereales vienen a ser alimentos
muy pobres nutrlcionalmenta
En el caso del trigo despus
de molido retiene casi en su to-
talidad aquellas protenas espe-
ciales que dan la consistencia
deseada para la fabricacin del
pan; pero ese pan o la harina
no tienen el mismo valor pro-
teinico del grano completo aun-
que sea pan o harina enriqueci-
da que se importa de otros pa-
ses, puesto que la proteina per-
dida no se puede recuperar.
8e ha podido demostrar el va-
lor protenlco de los cereales
con animales puestos con dlc'.as
especiales, usando granos com-
pletos de trigo, cebada, avena y
todos crecieron al mismo nivel.
Se comprob tambin que cuan
iio el maz es dado completo ib*
protenas son mejor utilizadas y
cuando se da molido su valor es
muy inferior al del grano de a-
iroz pulido.
En general el contenido pro-
tenlco de estos cereales varia
mucho con las condiciones del
terreno donde se ha cultivado.
Por trmino medio al conteni-
do de proteina del arroz es de
6.9 y del maiz 10 mientras gue
ii del trigo es de 11.1 gramos
por ciento.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
III -T" --
Las cualidades que adornaban al
Dr. J. D. Arosemena son las que
se necesitan hoy". Jorge Alcedo
"Pira nuestros dirigentes pareciera que
los del Interior no furamos hijos de
esta Patria", agreg en la Escuela Normal
i HORIZONTALES:
1Nmero.
' 4-Flor.
SRemueven la tierra con el
; arado.
12,Afresis de ahora.
IJj Parle del ojo.
14^Silla o trono de un prelado.
1 Si-Del verbo notificar.
TJ-Piedras semipreciosas.
ISEstado del Asia.
UV-Planta muy comn en
'. Espaa.
Sl'-Detener.
23Capital suramericana.
84 Proximo, contiguo.
25Alminar, galicismo.
B9Onomatopeya del ruido,
toMachucar.
81Catorce, en nmeros
romanos.
12Que no causan dolor.
(-De alto precio.
15-r-Flor, Inv.
ISAparatos para pescar.
17rbol de madera blanca.
40i-Juez civil turco.
41Lnea trigonomtrica.
12Poner fuera, apartar.
16Fluido imponderable.
17Acierto.
ISAnimal con plumas.
10Llana, sin estorbo algu. j.
10Paraso terrenal.
IIGorra militar.
VERTICALES:
1Tratamiento espaol.
2Metal precioso.
SRelativo a la stira, mordaz
4Sortear.
6Oxido de hierro.
8Conforme al original.
7Plantas de flores de color
violado.
8Empezar a mostrarse
alguna cosa.
9Nombre de varn.
10Aceptar la herencia.
11Lazo, vnculo.
18Marcharn.
20 Conquistador de Siria.
21Extremidad de ciertos
animales.
22Deseo vehemente.
23Pasar la lija.
25Famoso torero espaol
desaparecido.
26Someter a examen.
27Ciudad de la antigua
Fenicia.
28Duracin eterna, Pl.
SOVoz para llamar a los gat. .
33Portadora.
34Igual al 40 horizontal.
36Pemil de cerdo ahumado.
37Uno de los hijo de Jacob.
38Letra griega.
39Letra castellana. Pl.
40Cinematgrafo.
43Contienda.
44Desinencia de los quebrados
45Cabeza de ganado.
Texto del discurso pronunciado
por el Profesor Jorge Alcedo el
da S de Junio con motivo tic la
celebracin del XIIIo. Aniversa-
rio de la fundacin de I* Estu/-
la Normal "Juan Demstenee
Arosemena".
Hemos venida aqu, en el da
ce 'noy, cuando la Escuela Nor-
mal cumple sus trece aos de
inauguracin, a exponer la ms
profunda manifestacin de re-
conocimiento y gratitud al ind-
udable Presidente de la Rep-
blica Doctor Juan Demostei.es
Arosemena, cuya imagen se re-
fleja en esta majestuosa esU-
Ua, quien, en un hermoso y o.o
cuente gesto de patriotismo,
realiz en esta histrica ciudad
de Santiago, la obra de mas a-
liento. de mayor magnitud y de
ms trascendencia que registra
la historia del pas para bien d:
la educacin nacional.
Felizmente nos hemos con-
vencido, que esta obra, que cons
tituye un orgullo nacional y !a
admiracin de los pases latino-
americanos, se levant en el ca-
lazn de la Repblica, para qr.c
st cumpliera a satisfaccin el
motivo primordial de su genitor,
que no fue otra que la recons-
truccin nacional y la intct>'--
cin del interiorano. De este e-
leraento, hurfano hasta enton-
ces de todo Impuso intelectual,
y siquiera, de obra materiales
que aliviaran en algo la critica
situacin econmica que todo el
tiempo lo ha tenido agobiado
En aquella poca, como tam-
bin ahora, este sector detVpevi?,
reclamaba justicieramente ia a-
tencin de un mandatario capa?
de apreciar los altos valores po-
tenciales que l entraaba. Ur-
ga la buena voluntad de un Je-
fe de Estado, cuya poltica no
fuese la indulgencia, la apata
y el desinters por esta paite
del terruo patrio, digno de
mejor suerte, porque como dice
Octavio Mndea Perelra: "j'-.ui
radica la formacin del puebi>
panameo".
Y es que para nuestros dili-
gentes, pareciera que los dei in-
terior no furamos hijos de ti-
lt patria, y que como ciudada-
nos no nos obligaron a pagar
los impuestos nacionales, pura
que una vez llenas las arcas
fuesen destinadas exclusivamen-
te al embellecimiento de las ciu
dades canaleras y para enrique-
cer un apreclable nmero ac
privilegiados.
Para reafirmar este criterio
expongo a continuacin las ex-
presiones del Doctor Francisco
Samaniego el di del campesino
en Chltr: "De cada B. 100 que
entran al Estado B. 75.00 se gas
tan en las ciudades de Panars
y Coln. El paludismo mina Is
comunidad interiorana mientras
el Estado hace muy pdco por e-
lla. Necesitamos sanear el Inte-
rior, ayudar al hombre del cam-
po para que produzca. La libe-
racin econmica' del trabajo
vendr del campo".
Ira necesario que un Presi-
dente de la capacidad del elec-
tor Juan Demstenes Arose.;.e-
na, que ae distingua por su ra-
pidez en la concepcin, su po-
tente visualidad, y su gran va-
ior moral, lograra llevar a feliz
trmino, no slo la construccin
ae la Escuela Normal, sino mi-
chas otras obras, en tan poro
tiempo de administracin, las
que vinieron a redimir al inte-
ior, que como he dicho, era
victima de la raa asombro?*
postracin.
Hay que convenir que jas
cualidades que adornaban al i-
ustre mandatario, son las que
se necesitan para poder efec-
tuar las urgentes empresas *uc
el pas solicita y mejorar tis
condiciones de vida
^DesafdrtiinadamerUesontnuy
escasos los dirigentes que tra-
tan de orientar su administra-
cin por el amplio sendero el ;1
progreso; que tratan de se.itr.r
la economa nacional sobre oa-
es slidas y firmes a fin de i )-
grar una definida independen-
cia econmica, y ante todo, ob-
tener los medios para asegurar
ei bienestar de los asociados.
Por suerte, hoy se nota, en
forma clara y con hechos bi-
dentes, cierta Inquietud dent.o
de la ciudadana, tendiente a
conseguir el establecimiento de
una direccin gubernativa que
se caracterice por su seriedad,
honradez y, ante todo, porqve
se mantenga muy en alto la ci-
vilidad y los sagrados principios
democrticos, nica forma de
gobierno como pueden surgir los
pases libres y civilizados.
Podemos decir con entera sa-
tisfaccin que ya el pueblo pa-
nameo sabe apreciar estas eon
iclones polticas y que es ca-
paz de ponerle coto a laa arbi-
trariedades, desmanes e Impo-
siciones que es ponen en juego
para implantar regmenes con
tendencias dictatoriales.
Refirindome ahora a la Nor-
mal, debemos sentirnos muy hi*
tisfechoa al contemplar el pal-
pable progreso que se advierte
en ella y el valiossimo servicio
que est prestando al pas. A
pesar de las muchas dificulta-
des que le han prestado los e-
nemlgos de la educacin, como
el de perturbar su marcha fun-
cional, este Colegio ha continua
do su marcha progresiva, gra-
cias a la atinada direccin que
hoy tiene, la que no ha descui-
dado por un momento el prop-
sito de obtener la reallza.i
de su definida y elevada fina-
lidad.
La extensa Irradiacin que
tiene por hoy la Normal den-
tro y fuera de las aulas, es al-
tamente apreclable. De eate On
tro educativo egresan anuaiJiien
te un centenar de alumnos a-
eretidados como maestros, !os
que en su mayora se encuen-
tran Impartiendo la enseauss
pblica por todos los mblt'.s
oel pas; otros, que inspira Jes
en un espritu de superacin
han ingresado en las universi-
dades, a fin de adquirir amp.ios
conocimientos cientficos y pies
tar as un mayor rendimiento
en el campo educativo; y, otu.s,
en fin, con apreclable bagaje
Intelectual, prestan Importan-
tes y eficientes servicios en los
distintos ramos de la adminis-
tracin y en empresas parti-
culares.
Dentro de un funcionamiento
ruerno, la Escuela Normal c-t
desarrollando una valiosa labor
educativa en forma prctica;
todos los aos loa graduaacs,
en Jira por todo el nterior, lle-
van a las escuelaa la demostra-
cin de los ms avanzados m-
todos pedaggicos; laa dtstlntes
asociaciones cvicas, sociales y
culturales. Instituidas dentro del
alumnado planean y realizan
una Interesante labor social en
Trat de suicidarse
en La Chorrera una
joven lomando Lysol
La joven Catalina Huerua
ttat de quitarse la vida po.
motivos de desavenencias eon
&u marido y para ello ae tom
una fuerte dosis de lysol, que ia
mantiene entre la vida y la
muerte en el Hospital Santo To-
ms, segn denuncia que aire
el Personero Municipal de La
Chorrera, present la madre d.
esta seora Tomasa. Huertas.
Actualmente contina la in-
vestigacin del caso a fin de es
lablecer la verdad de los hecno
que motivaron que la jvev
riuertas tomara tan fatal de-
terminacin-
las comunidades vecinas, con el
propsito de levantar las condi-
ciones de vida de las cornui.i-
dades rurales. Digno de encomio
fu el simptico gesto de valor
y civilidad demostrando rec,?n-
t mente por el alumnado al o-
ponerse resistentemente a ele-
mentos extraos que trataron
de introducir el pnico y el de-
sorden dentro del plantel pura
lograr un objetivo poltico.
Estimo pues, que ante tantos
veneficios y tantas manifesta-
ciones saludables, el elemento
normalista y junto con l, el
lueblo de Santiago, fiel vigilar-
te de la Normal, debe unirse
cada vez ms para defcnde.'a
ae los constantes combates q';e
suelen propinarle los eternos e-
nemlgos, dominados por u.ia
marcada envidia y una desme-
dida ambicin.
Para terminar, xito al per-
sonal de la Normal y al puedo
de Santiago a que en este oa,
de gran significado para nucj-
tia ALMA MATER, eleven,os
nuestro espritu y evoquemoj
n carioso recuerdo al Doctor
Juan Demstenes Arosemena,
que fu y seguir siendo por to-
dos los tiempos, uno de los nris
altos valores cvicos de esta
tierra panamea.
HE DICHO
Eligi Directiva el
Club de Padres de
Familia de Ro Hato
RIO HATO, Junio 11 (Por el
Corresponsal) Con una con-
currencia que llenaba comple-
tamente el aula mxima de la
Escuela de Rio Hato Inici sus la
bores la noche del 5 de los corrien
tes el Club de Padres de Fami-
lia. La Directiva del ao 1950
1951 rindi su Informe de lis
actividades realizadas y de las
fondos con que hoy cuenta el
Club de Padres de Familia de
pste lugar. Manifestaron choa
tambin su deseo porque ar
nombrara una nueva directiva
para el presente ao escolar.
Odo por todos el Informe y
ci estado de cuentas que aselen
ae actualmente a la suma de
trecientos cincuenta y un bal-
boas con noventa centesimos
iB- 351,90) y viendo el empeo
y los desvelos de esta Directiva,
todos fueron de opinin de que
aeba releglrse, nombrando -
nicamente los reemplazos de a-
quellos que por causas justifi-
cadas han tenido necesidad de
separarse de la directiva. Des-
Lus de hecha la eleccin esta
-Hued compuesta como sigue:
Presidente, Jos Eduviges VI-
suete; Vlce-Presldente, Javier
Mfiez; Secretaria, Slxta Aura
Reyna; Sub-Becretarla. Mara
O. Carrin; Tesorero, Vctor M.
Delgado; Fiscales: FidelBethan-
cjurt y Cristbal Rodrguez.
Los padres de familia estn
actualmente empeados en aco-
piar fondos para conseguir una
ambulancia que pueda prestar
servicio entre este lugar y los
hospitales ya sean de Panam,
Aguadulce o Penonom.
Es una necesidad urgente y
admiramos esta Iniciativa pi-
diendo a todos los hijos de cte
pueblo que brinden su coopera-
cin para que esta Idea se con-
vierta pronto en una bella re"
lidad. Al terminar la sesin fue
ron repartidos los boletines de
los nios con las calificaciones
del mes de Mayo.
Varios heridos en una ria
a machetazos que tuvo lugar
en un casero de Chorrera
La poblacin de Arenosa fu
teatro de una ria a macheta-
zos el da late de los corrien-
tes, ocurrida entre varias per-
sonas y dejando un saldo de
tres heridos, quienes responden
a los nombres de Juan Sn-
chez, Miguel Nez y Heliodo-
ro Marn, quienes actualmente
se encuentran en el Hospital
Amador Guerrero de la ciudad
de Coln. Los responsables de
este hecho de sangre son En-
rique Melndez, Abraham Mr-
quez y Prudencio Martinez, y
quienes actualmente se encuen-
tran tras las rejas de la cr-
cel a rdenes del seor Perso-
nero Municipal, don Carlos Ro-
drguez Lpez, funcionarlo sto
que levanta laa sumarlas del
caso y que prximamente se
trasladar al lugar de los he-
chos a fin de perfeccionar me-
jor la Investigacin.
Haata ahora, se ha estable-
cido que el Corregidor de ese
lugar Gabriel Lpez, hizo una
reunin con el. fin de hacer
la limpieza del pueblo y todo
parece indicar que en esa Jun-
ta se reparti mucha chicha
fuerte y ron, dando por resul-
tado este lamentable hecho de
sangre.
Designan comits en
Palmas Bellas para
unas festividades
COLON. Junio 11 (RCS) -En
eunln celebrada en el curso
ci esta semana por los jvenes
de la sociedad 'Avanzada Juve-
nil de Palmas Bellas" en esta
ciudad, fueron escogidos las p r
sonas que integrarn los dife-
rentes comits, los cuales ten-
drn la responsabilidad de or-
ganizar los programas que lle-
varn a cabo durante esos das
Tambin fuimos informados
por el seor Saturnino Alczar,
presidente de la misma institu-
cin que en vista que muchas
personas han manifestado el
oeseo de prestar su constric-
cin para la construccin de la
iglesia que se construir en Pal-
mas Bellas pueden entregarlo
al seor Alcides A. Alczar en
ia zapatera "Casa Luna" y en
la residencia de la Sra. Juana
ae Delgado ubicada en la caile
5a. casa la "Perla".
Palmas Bellas quiere
que reanuden visitas
mdicas regularmente
COLON. Junio 11 (RCS) Ec-
peran en Palmas Bellas que el
nuevo Ministro de Previsin So-
cial y Salud Pblica, seor Juan
de Arco Oalindo reanude las vi-
Limpiaron una casa
los rateros en una
localidad chorrerana
La Sra. Elisa Avila, quien tie-
ne una casa ubicada en el lagar,
ue Martn Snchez, Jurlsd',:cun
del Distrito de La Chorrera, iue
vietma de los cacoa, qulenea ie
rompieron su casa y le hurta-
ron cuatro camas nuevas, d >s
colchones, un lavamano, un ro-
llo de alambre cicln y un ser-
vicio completo de excusado.
Puesto que fu el denuncio
ante el seor Personero Munir>..-
pal. Carlos Rodriguez Lpez,
dicho funcionarlo Inmediata-
mente comenz la Investigacin
de rigor y hasta la fecha ya ha
recuperado la mayor parte uel
hurto. Y ya se tiene sospecna
fundada de quienes son los au-
tores de este hecho delictuoso. ,
sitas mdicas del cual eran ob-
jeto todos los hijos de esta cos-
ta en los aos anteriores, a e-
cepcln de los aos 1949 a 19.10
que fueron suspendidos por la
administracin pasada. Seor
Ministr estos agricultores cos-
teos tienen la misma vida hi-
ginica de hace cien aos, con-
taminados por todas las enfei-
medades endmicas de nuestro
trpico por no recibir la asisten-
cia mdico legal.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
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tratar da corregirla con la ayuda
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inaalra al eatomaa-o, enalta
roe* y a* < m leda laa rar
acia. MIlM o peraoaaa l" ear,
L22M" '* effiruTr? 2a S
t de hojas
tiernas
"Ttndtr Ltaf'quitrt de-
cir "Hojas Tiernai". A
tata refia seleccin 4*
hojas ie daba h exquisU
te% suprema de este t,
SU concentracin ideal.
ni muy tuavt ni muy
fuerte. Simplemente
delicioso!
Pida en las buenas Han
das "TENDB* LBAr'.
Dt venta en poquitas o
an bolsitas filtrantes.
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1683 del Domingo 10 de Junio de 1951
El billete entero comprende 52 fracclonea divididas en dos serles de 28 fracciones cada una denominadas "A" y "B".
Premio Mayor 7 6 4 6
Segundo Premio 5 4 0 2
Tercer Premio 5 8 6 6
B. 52,000.00
B. 15.600.00
B. 7.800.00
No Premia V l'remni. Moa. Prcaaloi NO. Premio* Na Preaale toa. Premie. Na Premio. >oe Premia. in Pr k. \a Premio.
l< B/ / 8/ / /. S/ / ev (V
H4 lSt.M 1M 1M.M 2*44 1M.M 3M IMM 4044 IM.M MM IM.M MM IM.M 7M IM.M M4* IMM M4I IM.M
14 ISS.M 114* 1M.M 2144 IM.M 31M IM.M 41M IM.M SIM IM.M 41M IM.M 7IM IM.M SIM IM.M (1M IM.M
24 156M 124 1M.M 2144 IM.M 32M IMM 42M 154.M S2M IM.M S2M IM.M 7244 134.M S2M IM.M 124* 1M.M
M4t ISS.M 1344 1M.M 2344 1S4.M 3346 IM.M 4344 IM.M S3M IM.M 4344 IM.M 73M IM.M S3M IMM MM IM.M
tM ISS.M mi. 1M.M 2444 1M.M 34M IM.M 44M IM.M MM IM.M 44M IM.M 74M 1M.M MM IM.M 4M IM.M
?S4C 1.1S.M 1SM IM.M 2S44 IM.M 3SM 134.M 4MS IM.M KM 1M.M MM IM.M 7SM 154.40 454S IM.M M4* IM.M
M46 2,aoM IMS 2.IM.M 2M4 2.M4.M MM 2.4M.M 4MS 2.M4.M M4( 2.M0.M 644 2.4M.M 7M4 52.4M.M MM 2,440.04 M44 2.4M.M
744 15. M 174 ISS.M 2744 IS4.M 37M IM.M 47M IM.M 5744 166.40 S7M IM.M 77U IM.M S7M IM.M 74* IM.M
SU ISS.M 1MC IM.M 2844 156 IM! 3M4 IM.M 4M4 IM.M MM IM.M M44 IM.M 7SM IM.M MM IM.M tSM IM.M
MS 1M.M IMS 1M.M IMS IM.M 3M4 IM.M 4444 IM.M M44 IM.M 4446 IM.M 7*M IM.M 8944 134.M M4* IM.M
APROXIMACIONES
PREMIO MAYOR
7417
74M
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SEGUNDO PREMIO
4*2 ins MM / 2M.M IM.M IM.M 1M2 Ht.M 2M2 8' 2M.M 8/ */ 34M SM.M IMM 2M.M H 4M2 IMM 7M2 8/ 2M.M 84*2 / 2M.M 442 8/ 2M.M
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TERCER PREMIO
MM 8/ IMM IMS SV 1 IMM [ MM 8/ IM.M MM (V IMM 48M IM.M / MM IM.M 7SM mi IM.M MM 8/ 154.M MM 8/ IM.M
MS7 MM IM.M IM.M MM MM IM.M SMI 1*4.Ml SM2 IM.M IM.M MM MM IM.M IM.M MM IM.M M4T IM.M SMS IM.M MM IM.M M7* M71 IM.M IM.M M72 M71 1M.M IM.M M74 M7S IM.M IM.M
Loa premios del Sorteo del domingo fueron vendidos tai: el primero y tercero en Coln; el segundo en Panam.
I.oj novecientos billetes enteros terminados en ( y no comprendidos en la lista precedente estn premiados eon
Cincuenta Dos Balboa* (B/52.0>.
Por billete entero ae entiende laa cincuenta v doe fracciones que componen tas dos serles "A" y "B".
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Oobemador de la Provincia de Panam. HOMERO VELASQUEZ.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro. MARIO H. CAL.
rVfafflUUt:
Manuel Vicente Palma CCd 47-21109 El Notario Tercero del Circuito de Panam. PABLO A. PINEL
Eduardo Morales PrerCd. 47-5585 ROGELIO AVILA P. Secretario pro-tempore
Le premioe M pagarla a la par i(*n U Lala Oficial da Panama on la Ofi-
cina t la latera Narlanal i* Banelrencl eHaaaa ai la wMe Ctral
Plan del Sorteo Extraordinario No. 1685 que ae ba de
celebrar el 24 de Junio de 1851:
El billet* enlero comprenda SO fracciona*.
PREMIO MAYOS
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1 SaflunSo Premio ae ....................................... *V-0>S
ls.aoO.vr
11000 4*
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17.404.ne
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SORTEO DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO 18 DE JUNIO DE 1951
Sorteo Nmero Trescientos Ochenta y Cuatro (384)
Primer Premio. .
Segundo Premio.
Tercer Premio...
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LUNES. JIVIO 11, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para etfj seccin se reciben en la
tU
accin
Social
Telfono Sil
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS. <:N 1:M a.m.
AMlttb 1M
Recepcin en U Embijad
del Per
Con motivo de la llegada a
Panam, de la seora doa
Mary T. de Ortlz de Zevalloi,
su esposo, 8. E. el Embajador
del Per, y Decano del Cuerpo
Diplomtico seor Emilio Ortlz
de Zevallo, ofrecer maana
una recepcin de u p.m. a 8
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y uas.
Consultas por previa cita solamente.
Va Espaa No. 1 Telfono 3-1073
Son ideales
para acompaar
el t, el caf
y tambin las
comidas ms
finas!
SALTINAS
Una Libra EXIJA LA LATA ROJO Y BLANCO
PARA US
*%L novias
DE JUNIO
20^0 DE DESCUENTO
El regalo que la novia atesorar
AVE.CENTRALyCALLE 21 E.1TELS.2-1830
Y 2-1833
p.m. en su residencia en La
Cresta.
Reunin del noycto de Lourdes
Be recuerda por este medio
a todas las Damas del Ropero
de Lourdes que maana martes
a las 3:30 tendrn una reu-
nin muy Importante en la re-
sidencia de la seora Isabel E.
de Vailarino. Se espera la pun-
tual asistencia de todas.
"NUESTRO SISTEMA ECONMICO SE BASA EN EL' Stuo National de la Virgen de Guadalupe en Boquete
PRINCIPIO DE LA EMPRESA PRIVADA" R. Romero
Misa de Accin de Gracias
Maana 12 de junio, a las 7:30
a.m. se dir en el Santuario
Nacional del Corazn de Mara,
una Misa de Accin de Oradas
ofrecida por la seora Hilda
Mara Vailarino de Monteverde.
De Surantrlca
Presentamos un atento salu-
do de bienvenida a la seora
doa Mary T. de Ortlz de Ze-
vallos, esposa de S. E. el Em-
bajador del Per y Decano del
Cuerpo Diplomtico seor Emi-
lio Ortiz (if Zevallos, quien lle-
g ayer de Lima por la via
area.
Grata estada le deseamos al
Director General de Investiga-
clones de Chile, seor Luis
Brun y seora, quienes se en-
cuentran pasando varios das en
nuestra .-apltal, de paso para
los Estados Unidos.
Llegaron hoy a nuestra capi-
tal, en donde pasarn vanos
das en el Hotel El Panam,
los distinguidos caballeros chi-
lenos, seores Francisco Anto-
nio Pinto, Manuel Francisco
Snchez, Gerardo Pradeas y
Ral Caldern. ; atentamente.
Saludamos atentamente al Se-
gundo Secretarlo de la Emba-
jada del Per, seor Jos Alva-
rado Snchez, quien regres de
Lima en donde pas una corta
temporada.
Da Costa Rica
Regres de San Jos en don-
de se encontraba en, viaje de
negocio el Dr. Roberto .
Arias. Lo saludamos.
De los Bstadoa Unidos
Saludamos cordlalmente a los
jvenes estudiantes Jos Rodol-
fo y Max de la Guardia Ber-
mdez, quienes llegaron ayer de
los Estados Unidos, con el fin
de pasar la temporada de vaca-
ciones visitando a sus fami-
liares.
Para los Estado* Unidos
las seoras Marlsin A. de Val-
ds y Anita V. de Remn, quie-
nes siguieron anoche para Mia-
mi en donde pasarn una cor-
ta temporada.
Despedimos al seor Didimo
Mndez, quien sigui para Nue-
va York en viaje de negocios.
Despedimos cordlalmente a ia
seora Marguerite de Mac-
Murray, quien sigui ayer pa-
ra Phoenix, Arizona, en donde
pasar una temporada visitan-
do a sus hijos, Coronel James
Mayden y Sra. Peggy Mac-
Murray de Mayden.
Sigui hoy para los Estados
Unidos la seora Angela V. de
Hinds. La despedmos.
Bautizo
Muchas felicidades le desea-
mos al nio Roberto Ramn,
hijo del seor Jos Domingo
de Obaldla y seora Doris K.
de Obaldia, quien recibi el
sbado las Aguas Lstrales en
Grato paseo le deseamos a
la Iglesia de Cristo Rey. Fue-
ron sus padrinos la seora
Carmen P. de Van dor Hans y
el seor Rene Orlllac.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al seor Richard
H. Harper y seora Edlth de
Len de Harper, por el feliz
arribo de un varoneito, ocurri-
do en la Clnica San Fernan-
do.
Restablecida
Anotamos complacidos el res-
tablecimiento da seora Abi-
gail A. de Arlas, quien duran-
te varios das guard cama en
su residencia.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Carmenclta F. de Daz.
Sra. Gladys B. de Calva
Sra. Jllma Elena Snchez.
Srta. Judith Flgueroa.
Sr. Enrique A. Lapelra.
Sr. Edgar Arze P.
Sr. Ricardo A rango Sosa.
Sr. Jos Ignacio Qulrs y
Qulrs.
SfP'20/V/fA... PEfO
CON TUSfrVCANWe
LPUtttAe MOQUEO*
A CUALQUIER
A0M8RE-
PECO...
iOLOR fiXUAQ? t\Ol
HAWA ALGO AAEJOfl/poufTJA
pe lo cue vsoiy^LA NUivA
CsmaMUM
protege mucho
ma' tiempo-jc
/VCArVTARA'!
Publicamos una grfica del banquete que ofrecieron en "El Panam" loa comerciantes mayo-
ristas, al cual asistieron como invitados de honor el Ministro de Agricultura, Comercio e In-
dustrias, Ing. David Samudio, y el Gerente del Banco Agropecuario, Lie. Eduardo Vailarino.
Nia Marisela Gonzlez J-
come.
Nio Alvaro Jimnez Quelque-
Jeu.
Nio Narciso Garay Navarro.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Maria P. de Quizado.
Sra. Hilda Maria V. de Mon-
teverde.
Sra. Adela G. de Hernndez.
Sra. Ana Julia P. de Garca
de Paredes.
Sra. Nelly A. de Lloyd.
Dr. Narciso Garay.
Sr. Eric Delvalle.
Sr. Rafael Van der Hans.
Nio Frank Baldwin Garcia
de Paredes.
Cumpleaos
Sra. Margarita Ramos vda. de
Martnez.
Discurso pronunciado por el
seor don Ral Romero en el
banquete que la Sociedad de
Mayoristas ofreci al Ministro
de Agricultura, Comercio e In-
dustrias, Ing. David Samudio y
al Gerente dej Banco Agrope-
cuario, Lie. Eduardo Vailarino.
Su Excelencia, Ministro de
Agricultura, Comercio e Indus-
trias, seor Gerente del Banco
Agropecuario e Industrias, seor
presidente de la Cmara de Co-
mercio, seores:
Es un honor para mi. tener
la oportunidad de expresar un
saludo de bienvenida a nom-
bre de la Asociacin de Ma-
yoristas en Vveres a altos re-
presentantes del Gobierno Na-
cional y del comercio del pas.
Estamos aqui reunidos para
cambiar ideas (obre l forma
en que el Gobierno Nacional de-
be encaminar una poltica, con-
Tarjeta de Agradecimiento
SR. MORITZ SASSO Y SRA.
SR CLIFTON SASSO Y SRA.
SR. RONALD SASSO Y SRA.
SRTA. ESTELLE SASSO
agradecen profundamente las expresiones de condolencia
recibidas de todos sus familiares y amistades
por la muerte de nuestra querida madre
SRA. ESTHER LEVY HYMAN VDA. DE SASSO
(q. e. p. d.)
ocurrida el 10 de Mayo de 51.
cillatora en el ramo econmico
entre las fuerzas vivas del pas
y el conglomerado social.
La presencia en esta reunin
de personajes de tan alta In-
vestidura oficial, como su Exce-
lencia el seor Ministro de A-
gricultura, Comercio e Indus-
trias don David Samudio, el
seor Gerente del Banco Agro-
pecuario e Industrial Licenciado
Eduardo Vailarino, y el presi-
dente de la Cmara de Comer-
cio, Industria y Agricultura, Sr.
don Federico Humbert, nos ha-
cen creer que, efectivamente, el
gobierno que preside Su Exce-
lencia seor don Alcibade.s A-
rosemena, est interesado en
crear la confianza de todos, y
lograr el mayor bienestar social
posible.
El bienestar no consiste ni-
camente en la existencia de
amplias oportunidades para
cualquier ciudadano de poder
escoger un trabajo satlsfacto
rio, y vivir sin la amenaza de
la pobreza y sus trgicas con-
secuencias. No. este bienestar
que estoy seguro todos anhe-
lamos consiste tambin, entre
otras cosas, en la firmeza, se-
guridad y eficiencia de las Ins-
tituciones privadas.
Nuestro sistema econmico se
basa en el principio de la em-
presa privada, donde la libre
competencia, y la ley de la o-
ferla y la demanda, se encar-
gan de producir materiales y
servicios en la mejor forma po-
sible, y al ms bajo costo.
Es la empresa privada un
factor indispensable en el des-
arrollo de nuestra economa en
general; pero, la empresa pri-
vada para su total desarrollo,
llene que basarse en una polti-
ca estable y de confianza, y
son los dirigentes del Estado
los llamados a sentar las bases,
a fin de que su poltica ins-
pire esta confianza. ,.\-
Orandes conflictos Ideolgicos
han sido, y son factores impor-
tantes en el desarrollo de la
relacin del estado a la eco-
noma del pas. Vemos que en
ciertos pases del mundo co-
mo en Rusia estas dMfases
son una sola, donde el Estado
ejerce totalmente las funciones
econmicas. En otros paires
como en Inglaterra el Estado
est experimentando con odi-
gaciones de ndole comercial
que antes eran ejercidas por
el individuo. En la mayor par-
te de los pases, como en los
Estados Unidos, los gobiernos
se limitan a regular ciertas fa-
ses de una economa, oue es
primordialmente ejecutada por
(Pasa a la Pgina Columna )
Contina la rifa a beneficio del Santuario
Nal. de la Virgen de Guadalupe en Boquete
El chalet est casi terminado
La semana pasada se celcc
una reunin de damas catlicas
en la que se dio cuenta .del c-
lado en que se hallan los Ir.u..-
jos de construccin del chalet
que se est rifando a beneficio
clti Santuario Nacional de Nes
Ira Seora la Virgen de Gua-
dalupe en Boquete.
En vista de lo adelantado que
est el chalet y de la proximi-
dad de a fecha fijada por la
ilfa se acord hacer un llamuo
urgente a todas las personas y
entidades que teen libretas pa-
ra que activen lo ms posibic 'a
venta de los tiquetes y al mluno
tiempo se lea ruega vayan en-
tregando el dinero que tienen
colectado.
Para cualquier asunto relacio-
nado con esta rifa los in I orines
deben darse a Doa Ana Mari-
de Linares de Arias telfono 3-
0/08 y quien los recibir en i
residencia. Calle 33 y Avenla
Balboa, de las tres de la tarda
en adelante y en Coln a la
Sra. de Constantakls, telfono)
1296.
El Comit desea informar al
. publico que es deseo expreso w:\
Excelentsimo seor Arzobispo
u* Panam que contine la i'i-
ia a beneficio del Santuario i<-i-
cional de la Virgen de Guada-
lupe, que va a ser uno de los
(rimeros Santuarios levanU s
en su honor en Centro America
y consttulr un orgullo ms ;le
nuestra arquitectura religljsa,
moderna.
VENDIENDO BARATO VENDEMOS MAS
Descuento de 20%
eu toda nuestra
plomera.
RICARDO A. MIRO, S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4 Telfonos 2-3335 y 2-2988
Muebles SIMMONS de gran belleza
para su lerraza...
CMPRELOS HOY EN CLUB Y LOS TENDR
EN SU CASA PARA NAVIDAD
Divn,
dos sillas
y una mesa
67.4.50
en CLUB
ElDiabld
La Casa de los Vidrios y los Linleos
Facilidades de Pago Servicio a Domicilio
Avenida Central 86 CLUB Telfono 2-2404
l & 0T1JA /V7U-
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AuvaMUM
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Vu***s. mum
PROTE6E MUCHO MAS TIEMPO
IHfT*L ">?
u
rltgir entre 6 helio* matices
aa mola ea cada caja.
NUEVOMAS FCIL DE APLICAR. No es un
maquillaje eo padilla; no e una base gra*
Angel Face ae parce uaveujente coa la muta
que trae y dura en la tez uis que loa polvo*.
NI'EVO-MI SE DERRAMA EN LA BOLSA. Meve ngel
hace airnipre consigo .. \- podr darse, cd cual-
quier momento, un u-piillaje freaco, duradero.
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'SE VENCE:Perritos- Cocker Spaniel
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-.Alquilamos equipo pesado para
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'Alquilamos Iota* 0 large plazos.
Club de lotes, B.3.00 y B.4 00
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\enaemoj y oorlomos vidrios ae to-
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"or tin nos lleg da nuevo Cemento
Plstico, patu de todo contra to-
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. N.. S. A. Fabrica de Mguico.
Ave. Cubo N:. 8.
Mndez y Zubiete ofrece en venta
occic-nes Abattoir.
SE ALQUILA:O se vende refresque-
ria-Cafeteria, lugar cntrico. Infr-
, mese Calle Domingo Daz, Modis-
tera Gloria. De 6-8 p. m.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Automvil De Soto de
tras*' asientos, propio paro vloja ol
Interior. Tel. 2-0091.
SE VEt^DE:Un .Ponel Internotienol
1949, Verlo 8 o. 12 p. m. Calle
} y calle C "La Poroda".
SE VENDE:Jeep,; excedente dt ar-
mada, todo cerrado, alrededor de
coobo. Llomor Albrook 86-6226.
fV
SE VENDE.>r-GAKGA! Por motivo de
vio|e. cirro Packard 1949 en per-
fectos condicionas. Borbtislmo.
Puede verse de tf:30 eh adalante
en.colla 41 Este No. 11 pitos. .
Prestamos dinero sobra .hipotecas de
terrenos o casos. Informes Elio
Ortiz, Avenido Jut.o Arosemena
64..
SE-VENDE:Lotes" para residencies.
En Bella Vista y Altos del Gol*. In-
formes Carlos Sebauste. Telfono
2-4454. > '
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3-0260, I
'l i ,
SE VENDE: Juego comedor, dor ,
mesas, esmaltados, refrigeradora.
gas. Plomerio Nacional, Averjfda I
Central 210, hacia colle 32 Effl. I
1SPECIALIDADIS: Paro tiestos, toda
clase dulces, bocadillos, cakes,
etc.. estilo europeo. Pollok, Tel. 3>-
' 2913.__________________________
SE VENDE:Barato, motivo vioje,
hermoso coleccin dt sellos de co-
rreo. Ocurra Colle H No. 2, al-
tos.
SANSAS] Parque Lafavra, Calle 9a,
Chalet da 2 rctmorps. 2 boof,
sala y comedor, cuarto da servicio.
aiitMB, 1.10,006.00. facilidades
de pago. 'II Valle: Chalet sabr
lot'exon rio. muebles,, acetones'dtl
acueducto. 1.5,500/00. Lotes:
Alto del Gh; o B..7 M2- y "aja-
mi urbanizaciones a precios sfmi-
larmeftta'toios.- WoW* y Clo., lia 5o- 22. Tel. 2-2388.
SE NtECeSITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA*Lavandera, y alcn-
eHodora competente^ Ocufr 1 12
VtEspofla.: "- '. f
BALINEftAS: En kimonos .variados
pera satisfacer cualquiera necesi-
dad. F. ICAZA y COMPAA,
Avenida B 79. i >,
SE, NECESITA:Empleada,qua-duer.
ma en lo cosa. Cplle 48 No. 14,
Bello Vista. '.:
S-VN D
Artculos de Casa
*\
SE VENDE:Ifios'mutiles, cos nue-
vos 7037' collf 3o entre Centrol-
Me!n Ion. ''
SE-VENDE:Estufa d gas. 4 fogo-
nes j> homo, 8.1 5.00.. Sra. de
CARCHjRI. calle Grol.. Son. Mar-
tin hjf>. 23, aportamtrVto IC.
~

JE "VENJE;Reingeradora Westing-
' house, porcelano, 6'pies, 60 ciclos,
B.I25.0O. Llama Tal.. :-\001,
Panama!. T
/ ,---------------a '. 3 ':.
S/..VENDE:-i-J,go de salp, tapiza-
do, ingleses, cuno, .'^ochaeato 'y
! -asienta dt fearro pore boby. Heme
' ;-l-' < Tel 3^9686. 7
SE ALQUILA
' Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento Inde-
pendiente, dos cuortos, cocino, El
Corman No. 92, Juan Franco. In-
formes misma case. ,
SE ALQUILA:Aportamtnta pqut-
o. Llamt Tti. 3-0971 at 7. A.
M. o 4 P. M.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio apartamtnto
dos rteimaras y garage ctrca Co-
leg^> Mario Inmaculada f.90.00.
Ave. Mxico 69. bajos. Valo'de
10-11 ,m. y de 4 a 6 p. m.
SE ALQUILAApartomento omoWa-
do, ha, recjmora, cgua caliente,
telefona', ropa y cristalera. Via
i Esparta 2022, Informa* Colla 46
No. 25. : telfono 3-1880.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos mo
deVnej de dos' recmaras, sola-co-
medor-, cocina omplio. .balcn pri-
vado y azotea para tender. Precio
medica. Ocurra C. Daz, calla 25
Esta y: Aya. Cubo No. -.15, Apto.
13. horas'de oficina.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:En Bella Vista, cuar-
to grande, amoblado, con entrada
independiente. Ave. Mxico 69,
cerca calle 43.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado.
entrada separado, para soltero. Es-
tudiante. 73, Apto. 6.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
.B.6.00 por semana, pora hombre.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Parque
Lefevre cosa No. 32.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
Nuestro sistema
el Individuo. Debido a esta re-
lacin entre el Estado y la eco-
noma, se llaman a ciertos go-
biernos comunistas, a otros so-
cialistas y a otros democrticos.
En los pases democrticos, el
problema es determinar cundo
y en qu forma debe el go-
bierno asumir, controlar, o re-
gular las actividades de las em-
presas privadas, para asi lo-
grar el mayor bienestar social.
En Panama, la contestacin a
esto se encuentra en nuestra
constitucin y otras disposicio-
nes legales, pero la experiencia
nos demuestra que la respuesta
depende mucho de los objetivos
de cada gobierno, y las Inter-
pretaciones que sus dirigentes
le den a la ley.
Asi pues, hemos visto gober-
nantes que se han preocupado
sinceramente por el desarrollo
bsico de nuestra economa de
una manera efectiva. Han pa-
sado tambin gobernantes que
por una razn u otra, han ac-
tuado en asuntos econmicos de
una manera poco objetiva., dis-
criminatoria, y perjudicial pa-
ra los Intereses del pueblo. No
es nuestro objeto aqu exami-
nar estas actuaciones, que de
todos son bien conocidas.
Considerando.que nuestro tp-
hlerno es democrtico, y consi-
derando el estado en que se
encuentra nuestra economa.
SE VENDE:Bote con motor, y tan-
ques flotadores, propio para pesca
y deporte. Informes Tel. 3-4438.
PERDIDO
SE ALQUILA
Locales
l:txelus. amanta
, PERDIDO:Maletn conteniendo lis-
ta de precios nicamente de valor,
para su dueo. Se gratificar a,
quien lo .devuelvo o la Botica
Fronetsa, Avtnida Ctntral 46. No
se harn preguntas.
fe ALQUILAN:
re eficinae tota lee eenrrieot an let
el toe aa Avenido Control 44 a
pracaae meXcca Solicitan
macn an Almacena 5*10
' tve*.
SE ALQUIL, >:Loco I para
fcr.-iba del Teatro Central.,
V, -------------------------'-----L
oficina
IL CANAL DI PANAMA OFRICI
IN VINTA
El Canal de Ponomi ofrece en vento,
t -..o propuestas cerradas, que s han.
ce abrir en pblico a las 10 y 30 da
In maana del 19 de Junio de 1951,
5" 8 artculos de partes do repuesto.
p.-ro carros Chevrolet, qu' se en-
cuentran en el Garage de Ancn. Di-
visin da Transporte a Motor. Para
fines de informocin e inspeccin,
llmese al Sr. L. R. Franklin, telfono
2-2175; Se pueden conseguir los
formularlos para los propuestas an el
lugar indicado arriba o en la oficina
del Supennttndtnte de Almacenes,
Bolboa, telfono 2-2777. i
ti Canal de Panam ofrece en venta
bajo propuestas selladas que han
de abrirse a las 10:30 de la itip-
ano del dio 21 de junio de 1951,
refacciones para estufas elctricos
de tipo "Monarch" situadas en la
Seccin "K". en los Almacenes de
Balboa, asi como en los de Crist-
bal. Se podrn obtener los formu-
lnos poro dichas propuestas, de
los lugares arriba indicados o de[
despacho del Superintendente .de
Almacenes en Balboa, telfono 2-
2777. .
VACACIONIS ECONMICAS
MIAMI IIACM7 dies B.174.25
Posaje. Traslados. Alojomiento, Ex-
cursiones. ,
NIW YORK< di att -,8.17.15
Fasoje en tren. Troslodos, Alojomien-
to, Excursiones.
MIX ICO 10 das 8.125.00.
Pasaje. ,'Traslados, Alojamiento, Ex-
cursiones.
SE NECESITA:LaSpndera que, I o ve
y planche' brtn,".paro familia.'chi-
ca* Informes '..-Dulceria Asteria.
Calle P No. '3.
SE VENDE:Mphjliorio oTOl apa
, fomento incluyendo juapat solo de
j bamb. Rattan, estuta d jos, re-
yigerc?olii Frigidefra. cu descon-
aeloder automatice. Radio1 CA
. 39"^' Studio -Couth, ,'ijr. *,Todo
. .completamente nuevo. -Veose' todo*
jlo dios de 9. a II o. m. jy. da, 3
;SE,'^ECeS*TA:^-Muehaeh. servicio
general, paro motrimpnio y das
bebs. Debe tibanir en casoV-Beli-;
sarlb' Porras 168 *apto. 2.
SE NECESITA: -f Esppltoda oseada,
trabajadora, per.. Cuidar nia, y
quehacere-; d,,af. Avenida Jos
de Fabiejflo Npj,, 9 Pasadena. N
SE NECESITA:Uno emaleodo pa-
ra cuidoi* nios. Refirase a calje
44 Este No, 5,-fatnitio Mofyrid."~
SE NECESITA:luana cocinera con'
referencia. Que' rviva en la casa.
Calle 31 Este Np. 58.
SB NECESITA:-
y planchar.
No. 51. ,
-Empleado 'para lover
Avenida A.d Juljo
SE NECESITA:Empleada para'dor-
mir en l trabajo, sjrylcios doms
ticos, traer referencias; Ocurra Da-
lla '2o. Ptrajil No. _6,; altos. "
^ i
SE NECESITA:NlfiertJ -con expe-
riencia.' Muy buen suelde. Ocrta--
se calle Colombia N. 20, Apto. 4.
Intil presentarse si .np ttne ex-
periencia.
PANAMA TOURS TRAVIL SERVICI
Ave. Tivoli No. 18. Panamo 2-2006.
SE ALQUILA
________ ..asas .________
SE ALQUILA:Cholet 4 recmoros.
2 baol, sala-cdmedor, porio gran-
de y garoge. Paitillo. calle 10 No.
31. entrado. Via Belisorio Porras.
Pora informes colle 33 No. 2T;
Tal. 3-3318. Ponomi.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora, ofi-
cios de lo casa, que sapa 'coorjor'.
Colle 39 'Estt No. 16. >
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia, para una familia america-
na. Debe dormir en la casa.' Calla
Ricardo Arias No. 77, bus verde,
ruta 2.
SE NECESITA:Empleado con refe-
rencias para planchar y limpieza
de coso, poro dormir en coso. Apli-
que Avenido Cuba Na. Il-B, Edi-
ficio Nestl.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
oigo de cecinar. Dormir en-l -em-
pleo.- Casa 360-A, Ancn Boule-
vard, Ancn mtdio cuadra dtl
Parque DeLesseps, antes de las 8
o. m. y despus de fas 4 p. m.
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a bv.f.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 39 E 33
Tel 3-1713
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: Locol o depsito
grande y cntrico. Avisar a TOUS-
SIEH & CA. Telfono 2-016O.
SE NECESITA;Cuarto con servicio
y entrada independiente. Llame al
Tel. 2-2393.
Familia americana necesite chalet
en- BMIIa Vjsto, informes Tel. Po-
nomi, 3-2894 o 84-2191. Fort
Kobee.
Aripo a k* CanfeatitteT*
, w^4LT-^c^
II lunniri a! Biatrlto 'ara tal Ti-
U.-.VjU*,.^ r*p^.ea^ta t. 1,..
i Si tt*n"- .".*t.iM n>u..Ua- at-
^Hjf All.nfio, >f 7 4. j H
'ti'ten,-h comtrn.-oio d la U
i okrar 6t. jfc'Tr. laa: v,,,.*.,
-ompra^a^.BratilMdaiijl!, laa^tg
mi^XHiS?" '*"'"" P't
eaoYBCTo no. ss-104 facjula
SE .QUILA;1 Local"ctmerdal *n
ljiar tnt/ifo, tspecioimente oeon-
. diclenddo pora tienda; con todo su
fiaulpo. Llame Tel. 3 0971 da 7
a. rrf. a 4 p. m.
SE ALQUILA: totolas do diferentes
tamao'., lugar cntrico y comer-
cacj, Modo Cia, lnternacior\al. eje
;Vrftas. Cpil 26>Esta y Ave." Cd-
eo. Ocurre 'misma'odif icio Apto. 13.
C. tjiez, horas' de pf icino.
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Arito a lo. t'ontr.tiata.
letaajae Uaidea-
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t
na |
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DE ^A /OTASLE EN^aP, JOWT
"iSLXs VIRCEMF5.
Miar tal Di.tii'.o r.r
naa. Oatarufvekio 4%
1p- N.*>;t. st- ....
I.Ua, Virfaxaa. rwribffath npucataba a.
laaakf haata laa .. > la. tarta. Rara
Ofi-iil -. Atlantic*. VOtl i4 U Julia
da '-.|, n.r. I. .iifuccitT! 'i. laa ai-
,|uianta koapiulrar
V
f .,-,". ^aatilafra,'
W**ir* '*' D'lit aaiy 1- !
laa Vinjnaa.. OatarUfBOIiio a la lata-
rlfr. >. TP- N.rfTlt. St.-Tfcaa.aa.
:.T0t'. yt'af aaadtadaa te ra\iauai 4a '*
Cnctt> n|ra teaasue 4* t >ula*ea. "l"''
m apajaar. ... i*
r.te 4. I "";.? f>**rl^JtH' ,: Crals.'
a 'i laa .Vitfcaneev.'.^ f*" *.
.4^, PKOTttCT '. -tfMT IU Gwiatrtif-
1 rta
lt; |aa liri.il.. ,ja carea
r*"(raata< aara ta.aaur:
1 r/tt'.Raaarva' A, eatitrtta Ma
iaajfra a.ttt (alaaaaj
1 ./ Beaerva at canctiato con r.p.cMat
aara -a.00 r'alon.a .
,M'..t l'l' tubera ta rbi.r.-o
^uaHa> (b-* T>.
arrft.

rtBXpCJO NO. tfcUt Canatruccltn
rl*' Url Dsp.n.ano1 in 'Saina Pblica ta
araaa an St. John. ?la. Vrs^nes
YRCTV NO i-)l. C i fl.in.tr i-
ia ta un HoaaitbJ.' Oanaial da. II
. *>p%:bora. ae.a- > Ufar ctlata.
b*. IH'" pronuaataa aarn abiartaa
ki-amaje' laida an tes'alu.
pi-asuyataa' qi.4 aa reciban tiapuaa da' la
h*f ^.V" .! Jietpaal* aeran V-
vu.lta^.t abrir. T*- '....... ,_ .,T
' naar.B' a| 4rbo,,i. el Jntarta tal **ra Ierra A-'
Goblat-na, aai ja taita, da rvnaiar 'uil- i davua!ti M abfir.,
rulr a [oda. la prepnritae: rd >V
,pt alto ctafoulaT, laatauaifa. .^aae^i].'
tab al caifarathtt bablllta fal bVpaat-
.afc.a un Haapiabb Ganaral da t
eaaaaV a Cbriaaasaettt. St.Craii, la-
la Vlrtaa,., -,- Jf '
raOTCtO' NC. JS-JllIConatrueein
te pn aoapLtaVyjanari Ar lit aaaaai
. Chara:. AaAtlif. S Thomal, lila.
Vriata. '., ...
Kn la ... -f..-na linar cltadaa arri-
ba.- laa npopN ratea aartrt abi.rta. pbli-
.imr.!.-T laida. an-^Tarf alta, 1-M* pra-
aucata... a-a aa rtoeSR 'daapua; da la
rtoiM
li.-itacion, aarn
. ktapaaa:
i por limitacin eapacilica.' Ka-ru. aa
toda. la. 'pr.ftur.u. aew eacbasadaa,
al r;obl.ro patT*-pac (p.taat* adapter
rtialanleri da loa piecatiraiaato. aota-
riaadoa. u!ei'ramo abrir una'nuera U-
aittnn. eawiar ten laa,.. rarbaittei '-; otroa.-.o-al aulas.ml.nto
tal prapai-tr.. (EI Gabiarao tambin -%4
raaerrai at dpraehi te alertar loa con-
rratae para ata. Jacillddda 4 asma 4
Cru B.y >'lat ta.lUdadr. dr un a.
Berdeau. o aantla .fkofliilmdc. a aua,
cnalaular. apa^ataa la najara intera-
... da E.r..., Unidoa.
I.oa pranaa y aaVarllirarlonaa atroa
na.-iim.nloa ava al prapuaata cotrato
' mcaaifria aWartoar-par- 'a i .Bat-
eln paiiua tn la Oficina del Iaania-
ro. tal Dlatrl. Paj-a Ib lejas Vir
en. Tbemu O. ataaneV. t
lia. It. Thanvae. Ttlaa Vlrfaata; en X.
I*, blrran r AsoclaVo*. IngahUra. Caa>
aoltoraa. Ball Builaine. blntr.m-r:
Alabama; an rl Dapartaapaau> da .Cav
!.. irirn.i
.rial: Ama-
nsbi in !0"-. c.a'i fia:
IMPRENTAS
SI NIC IS IT A ----1 .itri.ai da a.bi-
bicion f>mrt almacn, aeevea a
asadas. Panama Aid. S. A. T.la-
fa J-4550. Ave.
PAPELES
IMaa
SE NECESITA:dependiente eXpcr-
, ta, que hable espaAal a ingls, con'
retertncios. Cosa Fnix, Avenida
Control 155.
HUDSON MACHINfR C0MPNy
i
SE NECESITA;Hombre cen aspiro-
cienes, que haya cursado estudios
secundarios; de buena presen-
cio. Preferable con conocim'entos
de dibuje corrercial -y trobojo de
oficina, dispuesto a someterse a
riguroso entrenan-, nte. srvase en-
Vior sus referencias, junto con un
retrato tamao cdula, por escrito
I opartodo de corraos 1071.
'
anarcle No.' 2 U Calados U-ialos. Ca.anpo
Je la AtaUviiatMcIaVii Ja Jta>C(>nfttru'eci*i
anifrt Kieo, Eaificio ,N, Bs.* Joan,
Tuerta Hli:i-J-ataHar .||. l* JatBiei,ta
ITspecia! del blrttior. Coarto -f U; Rd-
-cio V lo Interior. Waakifnfton t,
D. C: O ir i na del 4GC-Jllt. Comnss
BulIoSnf, Miami J2, Fonsta: BuiWera*'
Exchaai%.. 4 kartl>tMat tH fttraat.
Viam. Flonaia: jr"T.'.W. TX>M* ^vni-
IfoBa 11 W. 4$th Sttaot. HWw Tot.. K.
Y. ^
Vn j'jro <* sos 4L'uMentoa poVi
sor. obUm'aio otalqulera do laa oa
oijtnea* 0:1, '.u** fnour.iaal a.-raia
previo dep''o He |2v 00 per chequa
ecrtlfieadQ, Matatjeio >os Eatadoi Un-
Job de Aaaeric-. laa que aer n reeaaba!-
sadoa a loa con tmt isla q.,# aotntn
aropuwtaa. .coand* dvualTais. Toa plan"
T aipaci/ieaeiepiei e butnat roadlrionet.
dantre da piota afta -doapuf ala la fe-
cha m im ta aaran laa piapeitaa.
A laa caatratiatat u oaiaaran laa
flanea. 7 aaaacificaciaaea previo vafa 4*
(laa ISO.16. f ua 10 aaraataa praBoaatas.
I sa laa- avallaran ilfi.oO sleanpic y
cuando rear-aen" aataa dentro ala
aiata ajaa daapuaa da la fee Ka e a.e
aa abran faa a>raauaataa. N*a aa har
ninaiija raaanKalaa daaaata ala aa facha.
Cada prapuaitav dahar aar cp-aiim.
da a*r ua 'Vana ala aaa;uridad aa usa
cantidad nt> amar dal i por ciento da
'm propuata fatal. *
El coatratlata tr.jafa*r ttadr ua
antroajar ni "%* -da tMtuviSK aa ana
santidad .cual al 100 par alasita dal pro-
rio tal contrato. y an Vono ala aaga
en ana knntldad taualal 100 por alaata
dal prawio -alai costfi .a. laa- a jo ruar irn
la eom'plata. aiadajalon del ttmtrmt* y al
pata, para la amana de-otra y aa.attr.a-
laa.
l}Uaajuna prapaaata podiA- aar retirada
despajea da *
para al fool
un pai led
I.PSTEK M MABX
. O/iaiaL 'r-pnlaaliata
Oficpa da Ternlaeiaa,
- \ .1
1
Se reeerea Mar. -ho. al et latera dal
-Gablarhe aai- Ja lie, da. rehaaar cual-
tulara a tadaa btt'praptataa: d parar
par alta cutatuine laiarmalidat ea laa
prapueeba raribltat: T I aaapter a r-
rbaiar.r,':.Uniera e>-.totaa lea articulee
de cqafaV*f pvaVua.ta. a' mano, nue al
eaMrt|.t babtlll tl aja ieta nor li-
miterin. rt/i:,:.. Kn aaao. nue todaa
tea \ropueteV'iaen ^IniatNl'i; el'Go-
bi.r,o podad .par .1 tanto ptaotar aa!-
suiar. de laa pracadiaiMatoa, autarisa-
ataa. tala coma abrir una nueva lleit.
'cita. naenoie' eeaj lea eotratlatae T-
cpaeaaaa y'otrba,.' b al ap*iail*nta tal
rrararto Kl Oobiarna tan%bia> a raier-
Va al aerteVa) -te atarear loa oontratoi
Dar. laa earloe aroyactaa en la V* Ta
la prappeata a>ica a alar 1. afeprin 4>
uno a *(), 15 -Alferr.tlT Dad del-
blaa*. cotjuirt eot' eean ' nteraeea1 te loejkEatar! ^pltae.
lo. platap T eaWlirecIaaaa / etrpl
docurnantea Sara rtuato enntrata
ae enmonaban aMarte* iperrt "t Jaanae-
ei*B -tb'ea en 'a O'icine dal T.-ania
tal Di.irito para laa la'na Vp-penea.
Tkomaa O afean. 0>rlntt, AmH
St. Thama. U., VJrranee r atTTL t>r
Tampan-, t4l- Scfnal Sfr'. Bn.tot
Mae.: I.r.lrr pt. attnt. "Aila'.ert P.-
neelal de! DveUr. Cuarta S I. IVI-
icle te la- Interior .wa>Slntn il XX
C.: r>eo.ranirpt te Comaafflo, Vy. t de
Eataaaar TJr,-da.- Capean te la* rjtrlnl-
tracloa te lecoaetroeeton .4* Paerto al-
ea. Edi'ii-'o >*. ano, Ji'aj. Piie-'e" R'ro:
Oficina del Af!t..'11 *Jrrra Buildfn."
atlan-1 S. Flovida- tcadera Tlronanpa.
t* ls; ttbj Jltr. atUPA'. Flo-fdij 't
T. V. Dodae .Cbraarat.'on. -.11 .Wee
40tS Btraet. NeW Yartr; N. Y-.
Un jueco 4^ ot '*>cttmeod podr
aer obtenido en, eualtler de la. ra
prlaaerae atlrjnaa.' aienctsaataa a-rtba.
previ tepatiU de ltfl.00. pr e*ari*e
certirteada, panadero a laa Katadoa tlni-
doa te Aaatrlea. lee aua earn renabol-
aadae a la* eontmtletta. rnandn darae]-
Ue plaaea V aei'Ieaclaaae. en
n.-era. cotiielon.- taaitra e. atete tlat
deepue* da. la teeka ea ene aa abran laa
roa laa. /
Cada piepaeaa tabarra. er acompa-
ada per aa bono dr ateunc-ad n una
anudad aa manar del I aar cient te
le nrapueeai total. .
Be aMuerta an i !n araIael*n all-
oaaible. > a*udlaei*n art berV. at-1
bra ana, aeJeuleaa. a tata lo atiricia.
a a ain laa ttaraatl a)atactible a- |
pacificada- ea) laa tacaaMmtae da roi-i
trapa ,
Laa eoptaatlstae trlonfatorea tendra
eue entrepar btrlaa de ejeanoln an ana
rantidet Ipuad al 1t Pf claata tel sere-
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TeL 3-IS03
cul es la poltica que el Es-
tado debe seguir hoy para lo-
grar el mayor desarrollo eco-
nmico?
Se debe sentar una poltica,
estable de bases seguras para
atraer capital del extranjero y
capital domstico, hasta hoy la-
tente, para que este sea inver-
tido en actividades que tiendan
al desarrollo efectivo de nues-
tra economa.
Se debe ayudar con conse-
jos tcnicos y proteccin al des-
arrollo de esas industrias que
verdaderamente prometen el
standard de vida del pueblo: y
se debe, ai mismo tiempo, aca-
bar con aquellas que pueden
llamarse Industrias parsitas,,
sostenidas por protecciones in-
justificadas y que castigan
enormemente a las clases ne-
cesitadas.
8e debe desarrollar nuestra
agricultura al mximo que
nuestros recursos lo permitan,
ofrecindole al campesino ayu-
da tcnica, facilitndole el uso
de maquinarlas modernas, ha-
cindole prstamos, y garanti-
zndole la venta de sus pro-
ductos a un precio Justo.
Se debe devolver a los co-
merciantes la tranquilidad de
saber que el gobierno no desea
convertirse en un competidor
de ellos, sino que busca una
poltica conciliatoria entre el
productor y el consumidor.
El Banco .Agropecuario e In-
dustriar fundado segn la Ley
77 de 19*1, reformado eh par-
te por la Ley 48 de 1946. es la
Institucin que guiada con es-
pritu sereno y apartada en to-
dos sus actos de la poltica crio-
lla, est llamada a establecer
bases firmes para Implantar
una poltica de confianza en-
tre los inversionistas, los indus-
triales, los agricultores, los co-
merciantes y los consumidores.
El que dirige estas palabras,
tiene fundada ra?n para sa-
ber que este gobierno desde
su iniciacin, el da 10 de ma-
yo, ha estado pensando con el
cuidado que se mereca en la
escogencia de un candidato a-
proplado para Gerente del Ban-
co Agropecuario e Industrial,
un candidato que no siendo
poltico activo, reuniera capa-
cidad y competencia, para lo-
grar asi lo que todos anhela-
mos, una poltica amplia en las
actividades de esa institucin.
Deseamos; cort este agasajo,
significar nuetr complacencia
por lo acertado de SU Exce-
lencia el seor Presidente y de
su Ministro de Comercio e In-
ciusirlas. al escoger al Licen-
ciado Eduardo Vallarino, porque
tenemos la seguridad de que
l est capacitado para llenar
el vacio que visiblemente se ha
notado hasta ahora en las ac-
tividades del Banco Agropecua-
rio e Industrial. El Licenciado
Vallarino puede tener la seguri-
dad que tanto en los dlrecores
d* esta asociacin, como en to-
dos los representantes de bue-
na voluntad del comercio, la
industria, la ganadera y la_a-
gricultura de este pas, tendr
el ms decidido apoyo para
que logre triunfar implantando
dentro de sus actividades la po-
ltica que tiantp hemos men-
cionado en estos momentos.
Ante el Parlamento
altos funcionarlos diplomticos
britnicos.
LONDRES, Junio 11 -lUP.-
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
terloes de Gran Bretaa, Ber-
ber Morrison, se reuni con
el Primer Ministro Clement At-
tlee y el Gabinete hoy, antes
de ir a la Cmara de los Co-
munes para hacer las primeras
dedaracloAes oficiales sobre el
misterio de los do diplomti-
cos desaparecidos.
Morrison' tendr-que hacerle
frente, a' una critica y turbu-
lenta sesin, pero todo parece
Indicar que. el mismo Ministro
no tiene nada nuevo sobre a
desaparacih, hace 17 das, de
Donald MacClean, Jefe del De-
partamento Norteamericano, y
Guy Burgess, experto en asun-
tos del Lejano Orient.
Los funcionarlos de seguri-
dad britnicos y laa embaja-
das en toda Europa han reci-
bido Instrucciones de cablegra-
fiar de cualquier Informacin
de ltimo minuto antea de qua
Morrison se presente en la Car
mar.
Altos funcionarlos franceses
dijeron que la polica Francesa
ha desistido de su bsqueda al
recibir informacin que Indica
que las autoridades .britnica,
creen que los dos diplomtico
nan saildo de "Europa Ocei*
S*1;" P8r? Job funcionario
britnicos dicen que rio hay
Justificacin para tal declara-
cin.
No se ha logrado confirmar
la noticia que, circula en Pa*
ris que entre veinte y, cincuen-
ta miembros del FBI nrlitame-
rlcano han llegado a KiroB
para ayudar en la bsqueda, s
sabe, sin embargo, que los oil*
c ales de seguridad norteame*
ricanos que se encuentran c-t
Europa estn ayudando en e
caso.
Decreto-Ley
este Gobierno ai ha meditada
"obre la urgente necesidad da
intervenir y solucionar la enes.
tin del abaratamiento de I
?ida y se deja constancia qoe
el Ministerio de Agricultura
Comercio e Industrias procede-
r ron justicia y sin contem-
placiones, una vez facultado es-
presamente para ello por la.
Asamblea Nacional, ya que en
la actualidad no existe el ins-
trumento jurdico que permit
solucionar debidamente e s t
problema".
Nunca descuide
una cortadura!
La> rei lava latan se puede in-
fectarno se arriesgue!
USE
BAND-ITA
VBNDITAS ADHHIVAI
Aclamada par la pnaTaalaa aaeelaea
Con compresas de Sulfatiazol,
mercurocromo o Tiro-Tri-Cins,
Tenga siempre varas a la anno.
JoJpaaatmaj^ofaaon
AM* ilinaaia
Aviso de Remate
1 suscrito Secretarlo del Juagado'
Piimtro del Circuito de Panam, erv
fiiac.fji.es de Alguacil Ejecutor, al public
HACE SABER:
Que ea el juicio ejecutivo que Alcidca
Gonslas adelanta contra la Sucesin de)'
Roberto Ribera Barcaanesjra, Q ha se*
aalado laa fioma lgale dte! da iHi .'?'
julio prximo venturo, para que teir
lugar en este tribunal, mediante los trae
raltes del caso, la venta a pblica au
basta- del eiguiente bien:
"Finca nmero 15,380 que con
late en un Iota da ierren que for-
ms parte de la finca- denominada "Lav
Providencia' y casa an el conatruets.'
de un eolo piso, paredes de quincha y
techo de hierro acanalado, ubicada en"
la poblacin Je Carpir. Distrito < *>"
Bejuco. Lindaros y medidas te lar*
casa: limita por el Norte, con pro/,
pieded de Manuel M. Obi-Ilaro. Sue
y Este, ejidos de la poblacin y vor
el Oeste, carretera Nacional y mida
siete metros de frente por cinco
medio metros de fondo ocupando una
superficie de cue rent un metro*
i rent* rr?nl imetros. Lindero y med *
das del terreno: Del a%pto A., m
punfo uno. ciento ochenta a*radoi
veintisiete minutos, aiiaaut una dis-
tancia de ae^enta metro* se Heza al
punto dos eon on ngulo srunut,,
ciento setenta y dos grados quine*
minutos que cata a uaa diataneia Jel
punto A., de atenta y doa mefrra
aeaenta cea t metros, limitando esta,
extensin con rl Ire* de la poblac1**
de Capira, ae llega al punta trea coi
us ngulo Aiinsut ciento venijaeie
vradoa seis minutoa con una diitancia
del punto A de treinta y tres m
tros ochenta centmetros sa llega
al punto cuatro con un ngulo as
mut euarenta grados ventlclnro m
utos con una distancia da ochenta
y doa saatroa velte centimetroa limi-
tando tatas dos extensiones con '
raa de la poblacin de Capira.
llega al punto cinco ron an ngttlov
azimut etaatro Krado* treintfrlncn
minutos distsnte del punto A Hentbi
trein-ictintro metros ochenta rentt*
matroa limitando eta extensin eot,
finca da Manuel Caballero: sa- lleai*
aJ punto nueve con un amulo sr.rraut
veintin grados veinte mlautos da):
distancia de A ventids metros aa*
asnta centmetro limitando eata ex
tensin hnsta el punto one con '
carretera Nacional. Tiene uaa aupere
firie de cinco mfl sesenta y tr** mee
tro, cuadrados con veinte centime*
tro*".
Servir de bsme pnra el remite la su**.
ma de trescientos vent.i*l*te (B.827.091
y no ser postura admisible la que ';
cubra por lo manos la dos tercera'
parte- de e*a auma.
Para habilitarse como poatnr ae rae
qu'cre comignar, previamente.'en el dVae
pacho el cinco p-tt "lento de esa auma.
Hasta las cuatro de la tarde se oirn
las propuesta* qjie se hagan y deada
esa hora hasta laa cinco de la tarda la
pojaa y reputas y se adjudicar el bias
en remate al mejor poator.
Por tanto, ae fija el preaenle ava*
en lugar pb)ico de este despacho hoy.
ocho de junio de mil novecientos cine
cuenta y ano.
El Serretario. en funciones de Alguacfl
Ejecutor,
FDO) RAUL CMO. LOPEZ G.
Ka copia.
Panam, 8 de Junio de 1*41. f
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
CAMIONETA
WILLYS JEEP
de 4 y 6 cilindros
* La ms econmica,
fuerte y prctica
para cualquier uso.
CIA. CYRN0S,
S.A.
Afeada Nash-Willys


UNES. JINIO 11, MM
El. PANAMA AMERICA MARIO INDEPENDIENTE-
AiiW
Ik BiKTh
LA CURVA FATDICA. Joe Dobson y tu eran carra Tien*
de,lot Madias Rojas a formar parte del staff de laniadore
estrellas de lea Medias Blancas y a contribuir een la carrera
de les actuales punteros de la Liga Americana hacia la
conquista del trape.
Los Locutores Vencieron En Un
Final Cardaco a Los Periodistas
En uno de los partidos ms sensacionales que recuerda la
historia deportiva de Panam, el equipo de lea Locutores rend
ayer en final cardiaco a les representantes de la prensa local en
el juego de soft bal I celebrado con motivo del Dia del Locutor.
Lee parlanchines ganaron per anotacin de 8 carreras a S
sorprendiendo a los entendidos que daban per segare el triunfe
de loe periodistas. Los representantes nuestros conectaren des
eaadrangulares uno de ellos per un miembro de esta redaccin,
Antonio Visuete, y otro de R. Quesada.
Result el lansador ganador De Mena, mientras que carga
een la derrota Lecky.
Pinard Gan La Carrera Estelar
Ayer Guiado Por Osvaldo Chanis
Muy accidentado el programa de este fin
fin de semana. f'A jinete Cuto Jaramillo se
encuentra en estado grate.Muri Daiquiri
| PINARD
Por REDRME
Este fin de semana fu muy
I accidentarlo en Juan Franco y
I de resultas de dos aparatosas
I cadas estn hospitalizados los
I jinetes Federico "Cuto" Jara-
I millo y el aprendiz A. Enrique.
Jaramillo rod el sbado con
le caballo Daiquiri y sufri un
I golpes serlo en la cabeza y su
estado ha sido declarado muy
[grave por los mdicos que io
latienden.
Mientras tanto el jinete A.
lEnrlque no sufri lesin grave
ly se espera que en el curso de
esta semana abandone el hos-
ipltal.
Las autoridades hiplcas estn
lin*. estibando la aparatosa caida
|del jinete Jaramillo con el fin
it establecer las verdaderas
causas de este accidente. -
Gan Pinard
El argentino Pinard demostr
lyer sus excelentes condiciones
derrotar al favorito Welsh
Fox en la prueba estelar del
Hipdromo destinada a los cam-
peones de u pista sobre un
tiro de 1400 metros.
En esta ocasin Pinard fui
guiado por el jinete O. Chanis
quien lo sac de las gateras a
rejo limpio y cuando atac a
los punteros Phoebus Apollo y
Welsh Loch en la curra de la
milla, su triunfo se dl por se-
guro. Al entrar en la tierra
derecha, Phoebus Apollo no re-
sisti y asumi el comando
Welsh Loch pero faltando po-
cos metros Pinard con mayor
energa lo pas y gan alejn-
dose.
Las Otras carreras
En las otras pruebas princi-
pales dominicales, Sandwood ga-
lop a la Clase "F" sobre una
distancia de 1800 metros demos-
trando enorme superioridad.
Tambin gan en un franco
galope el caballo Welsh Fox,
que cada da demuestra sus fi-
bras de corredor consistente.
Contina reido el
torneo del Ftbol
Mayor del Chorrillo
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
O i f f ti.
Nacional .......4(4 1
Pop. Roaooa .. .. I t I II
Mendosa......I S II
De. Pern ... .... 4 X t 1?
Frente a Un Conjunto
Los Cigarrilleros De
Aguerrido Tratan Hoy
Continuar Invictos
pin pegar ningn incogible el Dep. Eleta
derrot al Granate por 5-3 en la apertura
le la justa de baseball de Santa Rita
Con marcado entusiasmo in-
augur su Tercera Temporada
Se Bisbol de la Liga Santa
tita, triunfando en el juego
Je apertura del Circuito Me-
jor el Deportivo Eleta sobre el
>ranate por 9 a 3 en el cua-
tro de Santa Rita.
En la ceremonia de apertu-
|a, el Presidente de la Liga, Sr.
amas Muoz habi sobre el
leto. Luego el Lie. Manuel Roy
Intreg los premios a los gana-
lores del ao pasado, reclblen-
|o trofeos los equipos Pana-
ueista, campen; Cali, suo-
lampen, y Dep. Gloria, 3er
fuesto, asi como, certificados los
jgadores del conjunto campen
a los ms destacados de la
w
contienda.
A continuacin el conocido
deportista y redactor deporti-
vo y columnlsta de esta sec-
cin, Ramn O. Prez, lanz la
primera bola del partido, que
dl comienzo a un Interesante
desafio; adems, R. O. Prez
don un trofeo para ser dispu-
tado en el Campeonato.
El Deportivo Carlos Eleta ga-
n su juego en el quinto acto
cuando marcaron todas >-u ca-
rreras por errores cost', os do
sus rivales y sin pegar ningn
incogible.
El lanzador ganador fu P.
Andrade y el perdedor F. Scrra-
cin.
La anotacin del juego fu:
Granate 100 110 03 7 S
C. Eleta 000 090 x9 0 3
El prximo juego estar a
cargo de los equipos Granillo
y Barriada.
Los oncenos Nacional y Dep.
Remn, empataron ayer a un
tanto en .ia continuacin del
Campeonato Mayor de Ftbol
del Barrio del Chorrillo. El Na-
cional se encuentra al coman-
do del torneo con un punto de
ventaja sobre el Remon. Ano-
taron los tantos del partido,
por el Nacional F. Rosero, y
por el Remn, Pablo Pabilo. En
el segundo encuentro que fu
bastante reido, el Deportivo
Mendosa derrot al Deportivo
Pern por uno a cero; Marco
el nico tanto de] partido R.
Gmez de] Mendoza. Los equi-
pos Pern, Mendoza, y Corontl
Remon, se encuentran empata-
dos con IS puntos en el secun-
do puesto.
En el otro circuito el Depor-
tivo Whlnter derrot al PRA
por 3 a 1, en el primer partido
de la serie final por el Cam-
peonato del Ftbol Menor del
Barrio del Chorrillo, anotaron
los tantos por el equipo gana-
dor B. Valdi y L. Maclas, por
los perdedores Botello.
Antn venci a Divisa
en movido partido de
basketball el Sbado
El equipo de Antn se Im-
puso al conjunto de la Escuela
ae Divisa por 39 a 20 en el in-
teresante y movido partido de
basketball que sostuvieron el s-
bado pasado en el gimnasio an-
tonero, como parte del Progra-
ma en el Bomenaje que se
ofreci al entusiasta deportis-
ta, Ing. Norberto Navarro, Mi-
nistro de Obras Pblicas, quien
anz la primera bola del par-
tido.
Desde el primer tiempo los
antoneros tomaron la delantera
y lueron aumentado la venta-
ja hasta asegurarse plenamen-
te la, victoria; en el tercer
tiempo los estudiantes reaccio-
naron y ganaron esta etapa, pe-
ro los antoneros volvieron a la
carga en la ltima parte para
mejorar su puntuacin final.
El conjunto PRI de Penono-
m ret al equipo ganador y
este acept el oesalio, siendo
probable que so midan el pr-
ximo sbado.
Se Inicia Esta Noche l Curso
*
Para Anotadores De Baseball

Esta noche se Iniciar el Cur-
so para Anotadores de Bisbol
organizado y patrocinado por el
Departamento de Educacin Fi-
slea y la Federacin Nacional
de Baseball.
Las clases se dictarn en uno
de los Salones de la Escuela
Manuel Jos Hurtado comen-
zando- las 7 y 30 de la no-
che. En la primera clase de
hoy se informar el plan' a
seguir con respecto a las cla-
ses tericas y prcticas.
El curso estar dirigido por
el competente y conoclno ano-
tador Grimaldo Crdoba (pa-
dre) con la asistencia de Rlnti
de la Rosa; comprender un
mes y los deportistas que a-
prueben el curso recibirn un
certificado.
Para seguir el curso estn
Inscritos 39 deportistas, entre
ellos varias damltas, todo lo
cual es bastante halagador pa-
ra esta actividad.
Compaa 5 y la No. 1 encabezan
la Liga de softball de los Bomberos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G
-- 9
.. I
Compaa No. 1
Compaa No. 9
Compaa No. 4 ......S
B. de Cornetas .. .. 3
Compaa No. 3 .. '..4
Electricistas......2
Permanente......3
Comandancia .... .. 1
Compaa No. 0 .. .. 1
Pts.
.833
.833
.600
.600
m
.400
.428
.200
.167
La Compaa No. 9 y la Com-
paa No. 1 se pusieron a la
cabeza de la entusiasta liga de
softbal del Cuerpo de Bombe-
ros con sus triunfos logrados
este fin de semana en este cir-
cuito.
Los muchachos de la No. 5
derrotaron a la Comandancia
por anotacin de n carreras
a 8 ayer en el campo de Santa
Rita. En el otro choque cele-
brado en este campo la Compa-
a No. 1 venci, a Ja Compaa
No. 8 por anotacin de 12 ca-
rreras a 8.
En la Plaza Amador Guerrero
tambin tuvieron verificativo
dos juegos y salieron airosos los
equipos de la Banda de Cor-
netas contra la Compaa No. 2
por 10 carreras a 0 mientras
que la Compaa No. 3 venci
a los Electricistas por 14 carre-
ras a 8.
En el juego del sbado em-
pataron a once carreras Perma-
nente y Compaa No. 1.
Lucido result el homenaje que los
antoneros ofrecieron al Ing. Navarro
En ningn momento
actu el Ditrani como
seleccin panamea
Con respecto a la jira que
efectu el Deportivo Ditrani a
Costa Rica, donde sostuvo un
partido de ftbol, el jefe de di-
cha delegacin, seor Francisco
Ditran, nos manifest que le
ha extraado ciertas Informa-
ciones y radiaciones que estn
divulgando hechos contrarios a
la verdad, ya que en ningn
momento los organizadores de
dicho juego manifestaron en
ninguna forma que el equipo
istmeo fuera el Seleccionado
panameo.
En el contrato, en las de-
claraciones, en la propaganda,
se manifest que era el Depor-
tivo Ditran el que jugara, y
nunca ae dijo el nombre de
campen, ya que hasta se de-
clar y con razn, que no era
ni el campen de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam, puesto que
aunque vi de primero, an fal-
ta una vuelta para finalizar la
contienda.
Por los recortes de peridi-
cos y los programas puede cer-
tificarse esto. Ahora si a algn
cronista se le ocurri o antoj
decir o escribir en su columna
que era el seleccionado, a pe-
sar de que en la propaganda se
lea todo lo contrario, son co-
sas que estn fuera del alcan-
ce de los organizadores del par-
tido, y no pueden dar fe ni ser
base para una critica o recla-
mo.
Lucido y concurrido result el
homenaje que los deportistas de
Antn le ofrecieron el sbado al
distinguido deportista, Ingenie-
ro Norterto Navarro, Ministro
de Obras Pblicas en el Gim-
nasio de dicho lugar.
El programa acordado se de-
sarroll satisfactoriamente, y el
empeo puesto, el inters y en-
tusiasmo con que los antoneros
c cogieron este acto, dems ir o
claramente el reconocimiento a
una persona que siempre lo ha
ayudado con hechos, y no con
promesas y palabras.
Bast que los deportistas an-
toneros solicitaran al Ministro
la reparacin del.Gimnasio, pa-
ra evitar que lo cerrarn y
continuara prestando servicio,
para que dicho funcionarlo, com
prendiendo la necesidad de que
nuestra juventud tenga donde
recrearse sana y provechosa-
mente, diera la orden de repa-
rar inmediatamente dicho Gim-
nasio, y asi vimos que el sbado
ya estaba arreglado el techo,
las luces prestando servicio, el
piso del cuadro en condiciones
y los servicios higinicos de a-"
cuerdo con los requisitos sanita-
rios*
En esta forma los antoneros
estn agradecidos, como lo de-
mostraron el sbado pasado, y
fl Interior cuenta nuevamente
con un lugar donde celebrar
competencias deportivas.
Con este acto, el Club Depor-
tivo Sosial Antonero que orea-
Mauricio y Bam
el otro choque del
basketball mayor
FRENTE Q. da
ESTADO DE LOS EQMfOS
Basketball de la la. Cat.
Circuito Masculino
Lord Chester
Mauricio ..
BAM ..
c vioja ......
Madurlto .....
G
8
2
2
1
1
Pctje.
1.000
.900
.400
.280
.250
Los dos encuentros que tiene
para esta noche el Campeonato
de Basketball masculino de pri-
mera categora de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam estn a car-
go de los quintetos:
MAURICIO va. BAM
7:30 p.m.
- y
CHESTER vs. MADURO
9 p.m.
Gran Importancia tiene para
cada uno de los equipos obte-
ner la victoria esta noche, ya
que los Cigarrilleros defende-
rn su Invicto, el Mauricio tra-
tar de mantenerse en el se-
gundo lugar, los Cerveceros.lu-
charn para mejorar puntua-
cin y el Madurlto se empear
en salir de la retaguardia, mas
cuando esta noche tendr a su
nuevo directo Oliver Zachris-
son, dirigiendo las acciones.
Los conjuntos se presentarn
con sus nminas completas y
se esperan reidos y. movidos
encuentros.
En el encuentro del sbado
pasado, los-pupilos de don Car-
los Eleta mantuvieron su In-
victo al Imponerse en Intere-
sante partido al Bam por 60
a 55.
-.
Dividieron Honores Ayer
Yanquis y Medias Blancas
'i
1
*. V
SERVICIO
ka4-
PRENSA
Lids Medias Blancas pudieron
ayer salir de su mala racha de
prdidas, al vencer los Yan-
quis en el segundo '/liego del
abie dominical por anotacin
de 11 carreras a 7. No obstan-
te en el primer choque hablan
perdido por 2 carreras ( a 1.
En ios otros juegos de la Li-
ga Americana los Medias Ro-
as de Boston derrotaron dos
veces a los Indios de Cleveland
por anotacin de 9 carreras a
7 y 8 carreras a 2.
Mientras tanto los Senadores
y los Carmelitas dividieron ho-
nores al ganar el primer juego
el Washington en once entra-
das por anotacin de 3 carre-
ras a 2. En el, segundo partida
los Carmelitas se desquitaron
al .ganar por 10 carreras a ,9..
; Los Tigres Q> Detroit derro-
taron dos Veces a ios Atlticds
por 0 carreras a 9 y 11 7.
EN LA- LIGA NACIONAL
Lo*. Piratas -de Pittsburgh y
los Bodgors dividieron hono-
res. -En -el- primer Juego los
Mentirosos ganaron por 2 ca-
rreras a i y el-segundo los Pi-
rases por 5 a 4.
Tambin dividieron los" Gi-
gantes y los Cachorros. Los
neoyorquinos ganaron el prime-
ro por 6 carreras a 1 y los
chicagoenses el segundo por 7
carreras a 3. En otro de los
partidos los Cardenales ven-
cieron a los Bravos de Boston
por 8 carreras a 4,
-------.---------------
El Ditrani marcha solo ahora en el
comando del ftbol mayor y el Ibrico
mejor opcin al ganar ambos ayer
> '_____.,.
El Ditrani qued solo en- el tranl y Ancn result ms bien
i
iiiz el homenaje se anot un
gran triunfo, a la vez que sir-
vi de ayuda a otras enlidadei'
de Penonom,, Rio Hato y San-
tiago para que expusieran ai 8:\
Ministro su -necesidades.
, >*..'' .-.*. t.-
: Nuestra fehcltaclortes a tocos
les miembros del club-deportivo
social Antonero por. este jtto,'
especialmente al dinmico de-
portista de dicho lagar, Alberto
C'hong, por su atinada labor en
este asunto.
Social Deportiva
Celebr ayer su cumpleaos
el entusiasta deportista de Co-
ln y conocido basketbolista
EDUARDO "EASY" VALDES, y
aunque tarde le enviamos nues-
tras felicitaciones.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEP. "AZTECA"
Pide a todos los jugadores del
Club Deportivo Azteca, que par-
ticiparn en las dos categoras
de la Liga Santa Rita, la asis-
tencia maana martes a las
3:30 p.m. en el Estadio Olm-
pico, especialmente los jugado-
res, A. Batson, O. Hallman, M.
Tun, A. Duggan, R. Mern,
E. Rodriguez, C. C. Castillo. M.
Urrlola, J. Alvarez. J. A. Jara-
millo, s. Barnett y J. A. cas-
tillo quienes deben presentar-
se con puntualidad.
LLANTAS PARA AUTOBUSES Y CAMIONES
DUNLOP
Resultados de
jos juegos del
torneo Dunlop
En los ltimos' Juegos'cele-,
brados- en' el to.rneo. de tennis
por Ja Copa. Dunlop, lograron
Imponerse los siguientes juga-
dores: Eric venci a HoWell por
anotacin de 6-3 y 8-3; 'F-,
Hlandky a Mldence por 6-3 y
6-1, mientras que Cernelll de-
rrot a Snchez por 6-3 y 6-3.
Los otros Juegos anunciados
ao pudieron efectuarse por ra-
zones que son para nosotros
desconocidas:
comando del ftbol mayor y el
Ibrico empat el cuarto lugar
con sus respectivas victorias
de ayer en el' Campeonato de
la Liga Provincial de Panam,
donde los italianos le ganaron
al Ancn 2 a i y los espao-
les se Impusieron al Huracn
por 4 tantos al.
Ambos encuentros resultaron
movidos y se desarrollaron en
la cancha del Estadio Olmpi-
co ante regular concurrencia.
En el primer encuentro, el
Ibrico se asegur el triunfo
desde la primera etapa que ter-
min por 3 a 1 a su favor y
en la otra mitad marcaron dos
tantos ms para aumentar su
puntuacin en el estado de la
contienda. Abel Ortega se luci
en este partido al anotar 3
goles, marcando Londoo el
otro del Ibrico por el. huracn
Berrio salv a su conjunto del
blanqueo al anotar el nico
goal.
El segundo cotejo entre Di-
de accionej parejas, donde los
anconlstas perdieron varias ex- :
celentes oportunidades de mar*
car, fallando debido a la Inde-
cisin de su linea delantera.
En el primer tiempo se ano-,
taron todos los goles; una fal-
sa salida de Molina produjo el
primer tanto de los italianos y
luego Arana con un preciso ti-
ro Te dio la victoria a su equi-
po; por el Ancn anot V. Aro-
semena.
En este encuentro se produjo
un accidente en el primer tiem- ;
po, cuando Ponce del Ditrani y
Olivares d tratar de cabecear la bola, re-
sultando herido Olivares. Por
otra parte Arana del Ditran,,
fu retirado del cuadro por ne-
garte a un contrario.
Con estos resultados, el Hu-
racn perdi toda opcin al .
Campeonato, ya que aunque ga-
nara todos, los partidos que la
quedan, no alcanzara la pun-
tuacin del actual delantero.
El "Aviso Oportuno'9
Es Borato v Efectivo
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% M Wik hOV EN PAC-fN&S SE AMOR'
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