The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPENDENT^
wt>>Hk\ DAILT NEWSPAPER
Panama American
Let the people know the truth and the country is safe'* Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1951
FIVE CENTS
UN Forces Sweeping Through
Reds' Crumpled Iron Triangle
ONE OF THE POSTERS that will be used In the Antiaircraft
Civilian Auxiliary Program recruiting drive that start to-
morrow was on display in the Panama Canal executive office
this morning. Right to left are Lt. Qov. Herbert D. Vogel.
Mrs. Velma Todd, secretary to Melvin E. Walker, Civil defense
Advisor, Mrs. Joyce C. Sebastian, secretary to the Lieutenant
Governor, and Executive Secretary E. C. Lombard.
(U.S. Army photo)
* *
Five Teams To Open Recruiting
For CZ Anti-Aircraft Program
Five teams jointly operated by
the American Legion and the
Veterans of Foreign Wars will
open the recruiting tomorrow
morning for the Antl-Alrcraft
Auxiliary Program which is to
begin early next month.
The teams will set up shop
simultaneously at 9 in each of
the commissaries located In Bal-
boa, Ancon, CUTundu, Pedro Mi-
guel and Gamboa and will move
to the clubhouses and theaters
in the same residential areas
later on in the day. ____
Allies May Revamp
Berlin Airlift
II Blockade Holds
BERLIN, June 12. (UP) The
Western Allies are considering
Imposing counter-blockade re-
strictions on the Soviet zone of
Germany and a partial revival of
the Berlin air lift, if the Rus-
sians maintain their new econo-
mic blockade of Berlin.
In the middle of May the Rus-
sians imposed new restrictions on
the shipment of Berlin-made
Soods through the Russian zone
) West Germany.
It Is felt that rather than halt
the flow of goods from West Ger-
many which the Soviet zone
needs to fulfill Its five year eco-
nomic plan, the Russians will lift
the new restrictions.
The crippling effect of the
counter-blockade on East Ger-
man Industry in 1048 is credited
with causing the Russians to lift
the Berlin blockade.
Three Missing Men
In 'Hired' Cayuco
Back From Taboga
The search for the Army sol-
dier and the two missing Pana-
manian boys was over yesterday
when the trio returned to Balboa
from Taboga.
Richard Dennis, 22, of Fort
Clayton, and his companions,
Rogelio Salas and Manuel Gar-
cia both 16, were spotted In the
cayuco late yesterday afternoon
as they were paddling over to the
Balboa pier, by a 1st Air Rescue
Search plane and a helicopter
that were called hi to the search.
Army surface craft had also
searched the area.
The owner of the cayuco, Jo-
seph Robinson^ a 60-year-old Ja-
maican fisherman, had reported
the boat stolen to the Balboa
police but stated he would not
press charges.
Between the hours of and "i
p. m. they will be on hand at
the theaters in each of the loca-
tions named with the exception
of Pedro Miguel (which has no
theater) to assist all who wish
to enroll as an Antl-Alrcraft
Auxiliary. Other areas will be
visUed by the teams later In the
week.
Personnel from Post No. 1 and
No. 6 of the American Legion
and Post No. 40 and No. 727 of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars
have volunteered their services
to aid In the enrolling.
The program will include ap-
proximately two months train-
ing in either Anti-Aircraft Guns.
Automatic Weapons or Opera-
tions Center Work depending
upon the choice of the ap-
plicant. Classes will be held on
Tuesday and Thursday nights of
each week with practical work
such as firing on Saturday or
Sunday morning. The program
will be climaxed by a firing de-
monstration by the auxiliaries
to which the general public will
be Invited.
The US Army Caribbean will
provide transportation to and
from classes and a coverall type
uniform with headgear.
All US citizens over the age
of eighteen and one half years
residing in the Canal Zone are
eligible to enroll, but only those
living on the Pacific side of the
Isthmus will be used In this
initial test period.
Amador Road To Be
Closed To Through
Traffic 30 Days
Amador Road will be closed to
through traffic from Empire
Street intersection to Saman
Street for a period of about 30
days beginning at 7 a.m .Thurs-
day.
Saman Street Is the short thor-
oughfare which connects Empire
Street and Amador Road, Joining
the latter at point approxim-
ately opposite the Boy Scout
Shack.. Saman Street has been
widened to facilitate traffic
movement.
Two-way traffic to and from
Fort Amador will be over Empire
and 8aman Streets.
The traffic diversion Is requir-
ed by construction of a 72-lnch
sewer along Amador Road. The
sewer Is one unit In the long sew-
age disposal system for the Paci-
fic side. The 72-lnch sewer will
extend from a temporary outlet
Into Panam Bay near the Boy
Scout Shack along Amador Road,
past the Balboa jail to Barneby
Street opposite the Chase Nation-
al Bank.
Colin RR Station
Is Not Involved
In Proposed Lease
The area In Colon which the
Panama Railroad Company Is
considering leasing to the Colon
Free Trade Zone does not Involve
the Colon railroad station, a Pa-
nama Canal spokesman told The
Panama American today.
The spokesman confirmed yes-
terday's story to the effect that
there has been an exchange of
correspondence between the Pa-
nama Canal Panama Railroad
organization and the board of
directors of the Colon Free Trade
Zone regarding the leasing to the
i trade zone of land owned by the
railroad.
Several months ago the Canal
Indicated that the land could be
leased and on what terms. The
matter Is still pending.
Though the area under dis-
cussion for lease does not Include
the railroad station, it does em-
brace the old Panama Railroad
freighthouse. where the Health
Office is now located, and also
the site of the Strangers Club.
As the land in question is al-
ready within the jurisdiction of
the Republic of Panama, the
Sroposed lease involves only a
usiness transaction between the
Railroad, which owns title to the
property and the prospective
lessees.
Debaters Pass Out During Non-Stop
House Of Commons Budget Session
LONDON, June 12 (UP) The House ef Commons
set a new past-war marathon record today by sitting
through 24 hours without a breather, then going straight
n Into the period that should have marked the begin-
ning of the new day's session.
Prime Minister Clement Attlee and Winston Churchill
both lost their tempers.
Exhausted members sprawled out on benches and had
to be awakened for vote*.
When the normal time came for the new day's ses-
sion to start guards cleared the public galleries so the
crowds who had been waiting for today's s! could be
admitted.
This budget debate, which included 26 separate votes,
was the longest non-stop Commons session since July
1936 when the House debated unemployment assistance
far M hours IS minutes straight.
Transient Grateful
For CZ Assistance
After 'Bad Luck'
Two attractive New Zealand
sisters, one from her bed in Gor-
ges and the other seated close by,
told a Panama American report-
er of an interrupted holiday yes-
terday which they called "a bit
of bad luck."
Kathleen Cosh. 21, whose
wrist was in a cast, and Cecily,
23, had been travelling to Eng-
land aboard the SS Rangltoto for
a "holiday." Kathy, who is a con-
cert pianist, slipped and fell
while playing tennis aboard
ship.
Ordinarily a broken wrist
would cause some anguish, but to
Kathy. it was a calamity. She
had planned to'study music in
London before returning to her
home In New Zealand where she
will open 9 "music college."
The ship's doctor, L. D. Roberts,
advised an X-ray and prompt
medloal attention. When the
Rangltoto came through Balboa
yesterday morning, Norton Lilly
and Co.. local agent, arranged
for a launch to take the sisters to
Gorgas Hospital.
After an operation that "set"
the wrist. Dr. J. c. Bates, radio-
logist at the hospital, volunteered]
to drive the Cosh girls to Colon
where they boarded the transit-
ing vessel.
Cecily and Kathy. before de-
parting, expressed their thanks
for the "very wonderful people
here" who had lightened their bit
of bad luck.
Retired Jamaican
Missing From Home
A recently dismissed mental
patient was reported missing to
the Balboa police today by his
wife. Florin Maud Thompson.
Panamanian resident of Rio A-
bajo. Her r/sband. James M.
Thompson. 63. a retired Jamai-
can employe of the Panama Ca-
nal has been missing from their
residence since June 8.'
Thompson was last seen wear-
ing O.D. colored pants, white
shirt, black cap and brown shoes.
He Is 5'9" In height and weighs
125 pounds. Thompson's wife
stated that -he had recently re-
ceived treatment at Gorgas Hos-
pital.
' i. n ,i i
Icinq Of Engine
Intakes Blamed
For Jet Crashes
WA8HINOTON. June 12, (UP/
Air Force investigators said to-
day that Icing on engine intakes,
due to peculiar Ipcal weather, was
the chief cause of the crash of
eight Thunderjet fighters near
Richmond. Indiana, Friday.
CZ Office Still Waits
WordOnTaxExtension
While The Panama Canal has
received official notice from its
Washington office that the time
for filing income tax returns for
1950 has been extended 90 days
to Sept. 15. the local office of the
Internal Revenue Bureau had
not received a copy of the ruling
up to this morning.
A full copy of the ruling ex-
tended the date for filing is ex-
pected by the local office tomor-
row from the Regional head-
quarters In Jacksonville, Florida.
Internal Revenue representa-
tives here have also asked the
Regional Office whether the new
90-day extension applits to pay-
ments by those who have actual-
ly filed their final returns but
have as yet made no payments.
While the date for filing has
been extended 90 days, lt Is ex-
pected that some Canal and Rail-
road employes will file their fin-
al returns and pay the Income
tax by June 15 to avoid any fur-
ther possible Interest charges.
Interest rate for unpaid taxes
Is six per cent a year, which
means that 1.5 per cent would be
paid on the first quarter and an-
other 1.5 per cent for the second
quarter If the retroactive tax Is
not eliminated.
British Commandos Reveal
Daring Raid In Red Territory
TOKYO, June 12, (UP) Brit-
ish commandos made a daylight
landing on Korea's west coast 30
miles from the North Korean
capital of Pyongyang last month
and spent several hours In the
heart of Communist-held terri-
tory.
The landing was on the mined
coast near the port of Chlnam-
po. During their several hours
ashore the Royal Marine com-
mandos searched a wide area. '
They found houses empty and
mostly cleared of personal be-
longings.
According to Captain H. E.
Kelsey-Burge, who commanded
the raiders:
"The raid was entirely success-
ful. We achieved our object and
also gained valuable Informa-
tion."
The Royal Marines landed un-
opposed after United Nations
naval guns had driven the Reds
into the hills from their coastal
fortifications.
The covering force compris-
ed the British cruisers Ceylon
(Whose marines did the raiding)
and Kenya, the United 8tates
Cocktail Ousting
Donkey, Elephant
As Party Symbol
LAKELAND, Fia., June 12
(UP)Dr. James W. Mlddleton,
Atlanta minister, said today
that the United States has
three major parUes"Demo-
cratic, Republican and coefc-
It U not surprising, he told
the Florida Methodist Confer-
ence, that people are confused
today since vital decisions are
made in Washington "over a
cocktail glass.".
Mlddleton said that liquor in-
terests are "Invading the mmd
of men" and that in the South-
east alone alcohol consumption
has increased 587 per cent in
the past decade.
frigates Everett, Glendale, Corn-
stock and the United States
landing transport Sevennlns,
the Colombian frigate Almirante
Padilla, the Canadian destroyer
Sioux and the British frigate
Amethyst.
Nine Towns Assail
Rainmakers; Charge
Shafts Caving In
DENVER, June 12 (UP) Re-
sidents of five mining towns
charged today that artificial
ralnmaking Is causing cave-Ins
in their mines and threatens to
ruin the industry.
' They are petitioning that rain-
making be abolished.
The five mountain towns are
Montezuma, Breckenrldge, Dil-
lon. Kokomo and Frisco.
Miner Melvin Tillett said: "We
have been buried tinder a record
deluge of snow since cloud seed-
ing activities started last fall.
"Our mines have been caving
In from the weight of snow. We
have been unable to transport
men and supplies to open them.
"Snowslides in mountain areas,
causing tremendous damage, are
attributable to the ralnmaking."
Previously mountain resorts
have complained cloud seeding
would hurt the tourist trade.
Latest Tax Status
To Be Reported
At Sunday Meeting
Arl up-to-the minute report
from Walter Wagner on the re-
troactive income tax picture and
other pending legislation will be
resented to the Central Labor
nlon and Metal Trades Council
at their regular meeting at Bal-
boa Lodge Hall 8unday, starting
at 8:30, a.m.
Other union matters of Im-
portance will also come before
the membership.
Famed Poets Drawn
Into Europe-Wide
Hunt For Diplomats
LONDON, June 12 (UP)Prime
Minister Clement R. Attlee today
coldly rebuffed Conservative re-
quests for a "White Paper" on
the British security arrange-
ments which have failed In sev-
eral instances to stop leakage of
vital atomic information to Rus-
sia, x
Meanwhile, the main focus of
the search for the two missing
Foreign Office career men, Don-
ald MacLean and Guy Burgess,
moved eastward along the shores
of the Mediterranean Sea.
The Intensive Italian search of
the Naples-Capri area was ex-
tended to the Island of Ischia,
north of Capri, following a Rome
newspaper report that Burgess
went there "several days ago' to
visit Anglo-Amerlean poet W. H.
Auden.
The Brltlsh-born American
writer told police, however, that
he had not seen Burgess "any-
where in Italy." Auden is a friend
of British poet Stephen Spender,
who was telephoned by Burgess
the day before he disappeared.
Informed sources In Athens
said that Greek police had set
special watches at all air fields,
ports and railway stations for the
two missing men in response to a
British request.
Egyptian authorities distribut-
ed descriptions of Burgess and
MacLean to all International air
fields and seaports.
American security agents sta-
tioned in Europe are known to be
aiding In the search, and lt was
reported In Paris today that an
additional 20 to 50 FBI men had
flown to Europe to Join the hunt.
Neither American, French nor
British officials would confirm
the report.
'No Smoking' Due
For RP Theaters
A spokesman for the Ministry
of Government and Justice sta-
ted that smoking in Panama
theaters as well as In the lobbies
will be prohibited in the near fu-
ture.
This prohibition was discussed
at great length at the conference
of the Governors, and lt was de-
cided that this measure should
be taken in view of the fact that
lt Is a customary practice In most
countries.
Hedy Weds Again;
Fourth Hubby Is
Ex-Mr. Domergue
HOLLYWOOD, June 12 (UP)
Movie actress Hedy Lamarr )
(formerly Mrs. Friti 'AlandI,
Mrs. Gene Markey, and Mrs.
John I.oder) married wealthy
Acapulco, Mexico, nightclub
operator Ernest Stauffer (for-
merly Mr. Faith Domergue) in
a surprise ceremony here Isst
night.
Hedy, who gave her age as 35,
annonnced her retirement from
the screen six months ago.
TOKYO, Junt 12 (UP) united Nations forces press-
ed north today behind the retreating Communist armies
on a 70 mile front in Korea.
Allied tank and infantry teams are sweeping through
the Reds' crumpled Iron Triangle on the central front and
have driven within range of Pyonggang and Kumsong, 29
miles north of the 38th parallel.
Pyonggang is the only anchor of the once formidable
Iron Triangle remaining in Red hands, since Cfirowon and
Kumhwa fell to the Allies yesterday.
The Allies captured such quantities of munitions and
supplies at Chorwon that it has been impossible so far to
total the booty.
With the collapse of the Iron
Triangle the Red forces on the
mountainous eastern front above
Inje also began falling back to
new positions.
They abandoned without fight
ridges which they had held bit-
terly up to two-days ago.
The retreating Reds all along
Acrobats, Cyclist
Perform 600 Feet
Over City ot Rio
RIO DE JANEIRO, June
12 (UP) A team of four
German acrobats chilled
spectators today by riding a
motor cycle on the cable of
the famous scenic cable car
between Urea and Sugarloaf
mountains.
Some 600 feet above the
ground the cyclist, with the
others hanging on a trapeze
under bis machine, perform-
ed for an boar and a half
while thousands stared open-
mouthed.
Human Skull Found
In CZ Believed
Pranksters' Piece
A,human skull that was found
yesterday in the tall grass near
the west side of Mlraf lores Street
in Pedro Miguel, was believed to
have been used In Initiations or
as a display.
Reported to the Balboa Police
by James E. Walker, Electrical
Division foreman, who had been
making electrical Installations
there, the skull has been sent to
the chief pathologist at Gorgas
for further examination.
The upper portion of the skull
appeared to nave been painted
black, and coarse hair glued to lt
in places, Indicating that a wig
may have been used at one time.
The general area was searched
and no other bones were found.
the front were pounded relent-
lessly from the air as skies clear-
The Reds were expected to fall
back behind screening forces
rearguards to a new line anchor-
ed on the east coast port ot Won-
san, 80 miles north of the 38th
parallel, and running southwest
to Kaesong, south of the 38th pa-
rallel and northwest of Seoul.
Such a retreat would lose the
Reds 3,500 square miles of North
Korea.
In and around Chorwon the Al-
lies are finding huge stores of
burled Communist supplies.
An officer said: "They mus
have really had the place loaded,
and we expect to find more stuff
still burled."
A Chinese field hospital waa
found In a hillside cave. It con-
tained an operating room with
sterilizers and other modern
equipment.
An 8th Army spokesman said
Communist resistance has eva-
porated In the former Iron Tri-
angle from which the Reds ex-
ploded the three offensives which
carried them over the parallel
into South Korea.
'Missing' Local Man
Turns Up In Hotel
Alfred D. Knapp, 60-year-old
American who had been reported
missing since May 21 was located
yesterday at the Hotel Interna-
tional where he has been regis-
tered for two weeks.
Knapp, who Is employed by the
Navy Fuel Annex on the West
Bank, resides at 524-G Cocoli. His
employers have been notified of
his whereabouts. .
Sub-Tender Docks
At Rodman Tonight
With 1300 Men
The US8 Fulton (AS-llt win
arrive Balboa at 7 p. m. today
' and berth at Pier 1-North. Naval
Station. Rodman. She is en
route to New London via Maya-
guez, Puerto Rico.
This vessel Is a 15,200 ton
submarine tender recently re-
activated at a West Coast port.
She is a veteran of World War
II and served in the naval cam-
paigns of the Southwest Pacific
and Far East. Upon arrival in
New London, Connecticut, she
will become the Flagship of
Submarine Squadron10.
Captain V. B. McCrea. USN,
Is the Commanding Officer of
the Fulton, which has a com-
plement of 1,300 officers and
men.
It Is believed the Fulton will
transit the morning of the 15th
and leave late that afternoon.
Hie Horseman!
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. June II
(UP)Clesson Timothy Jacobs
started 60 days in Jail today for
drunk driving on a horse.
The 54 -year-old transient
was arrested in the traffic jam
he caused when he fell off his
horse on a highway.
USS SHANGRI-LA bid Balboa adieu as she began her transit to Cristobal this morning for pn undisclosed port. Captain F. L.Busey
Commanding Officer, had guests from the U.S. Embassy the Armed Forces and tH Panam Canol aboard for the transit, besides 15
WACS from the 7448th AU Wac Detachment at Fort Clayton who were transiting the Canal for the first time.
Accompanying the aircraft carrier were the USS Melvin and the USS Abbot.



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4 Red-Troubled US
States Get Moving
WASHINGTON. June'l2 (UP)
A major federal drive against
Communist leaders in key areas
appeared to be shaping up today
on the heels of the recent Su-
preme Court decision against 11
Red leaders, with the first blows
pointing at New York, Pennsyl-
vania, Illinois and California.
A nationwide United Press sur-
vey ahows Federal District Attor-
neys are movingor planning to
moveagainst 4mportant Com-
munists in those four states
which were listed by FBI Chief
J. Edgar Hoover a year ago as
containing the largest concen-
trations of Reds In America.
District Attorneys In seven oth-
er states, Arkansas, Minnesota,
Utah, Indiana, South Dakota,
Colorado and Iowareported
they "are ready to act" as soon
as they get instructions from the
Justice Department.
Twentyfive others said they
have no specific plans now but
stand subject to "orders from
Washington. They represent Ari-
zona, Wisconsin, Connecticut,
Maryland, Michigan, New Hamp-
shire, West Virginia, South Caro-
lina. Ohio, Texas, Alabama, Mis-
souri, Nebraska, Georgia, Ver-
mont, South Carolina, Delaware,
Massachusetts, Nevada, Tennes-
see, Mississippi. Montana, Idaho,
Louisiana and Oklahoma.
Federal officials In another
state Washington said they
had no knowledge of a special
anti-subversive campaign but In-
formed sources said one U In the
making. District Attorneys In 11
states did not reply to the ques-
tion about new Communist prose-
cution.
Meanwhile, several of the
states have taken or are plan-
ning their own moves against
Reds, although many others have
no Communist problem.
Attorney General J. Howard
McGrath indicated the Govern-
ment would move against the
Communists after *
Court last Monday upheld the
conviction o ill meni.tuj ..
party's American Politburo. They
were convicted on charges of vio-
lating the Smith Act. forbidding
conspiracy to teach and advocate
forcible overthrow of the Gov-
ernment.
The Justice Department has
long been rounding up evidence
against thousands of other Red
officials, national, state and lo-
cal. In addition, Hoover said this
spring that his G-Men are ready
to arrest 14,000 "dangerous"
Communists In event of war with
Russia.
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T. of Ancon, a son June 9 at
Oorgas Hospital.
SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. of
Cdcolt, a son, June 9 at Gorgas
Hospital.
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of Ohlva Chiva, a daughter, June
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forcing to game, so North would
pass with a really blank hand. As
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respond. Note, however, that he
might well have passed if South
had opened with one club. It
took the opening bid o two no-
trump to keep North afloat.
In the play, East puts up the
jack of spades at the first trick,
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Declarer's best chance to make
his game contract lies in win-
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South leads a diamond to dum-
my's king In order to begin the
play of the clubs.
Here, however, declarer must
be very precise. The hand Is lost
If the wrong club from the dum-
my. Look the hand over and se-
lect your play before reading on.
The nine of clubs must be led
first from dummy. When that
wins, dummy continues with the
jack of clubs. Thus dummv holds
the lead for a third club finesse,
to bring In the entire suit.
If the jack of clubs is led first,
South must win the second
round of clubs, and the entire
suit cannot be won. If dummy
leads the jack and South drops
the ten under it. East will be a-
ble to cover the nine of clubs with
his kingand he will then have
a natural club trick.
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TUESDAY. JUNE 11. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGETMREI
Political Fire Licks Across
Racial TNT In South Afi
rica
Non-Employees Must Pay More
For Medical Care in Zone
By JOHN B. McDERMOTT
LONDON, June 12.(UP)The Union of
South Africa is simmering with political unrest
over an issue not unlike the one which plunged
the United States into the Civil War.
The underlying cause is the battle between the
governing Nationalist Party, which is pressing a
policy of racial segregation, and the opposition
United Party, over the government bJH putting
colored (mulatto) voters on a separate registration
list.
In the background, playing both ends against
the middle, is the outlawed Communist Party bid-
ing its time until South Africa erupts, or till its
two leading political factions render themselves
ineffective through constant fighting with each
other.
The situation Is dangerous, for i zy "by their sudden Importance
there are" only 2,750.000 whites j and may resort to violence to
In a nation or 12,000,000. The
basic Issue is a local one but
with the farreaching ppientlalt-
ties resulting from the white
man versus black man problem
which the politicians have pusn-
ed to the tore.
This issue burst Into violence
during the May 28 Capetown
riots. Many observers believe
this is only the first gun.
The control of the South Af-
rican Government through the
159-seat Lower House and 48-
seat Senate Is the goal of both
sides. The next national elec-
tions will be In 19S3.
The National Party is the pre-
sent government, under Doctor
D. F. Malan. It is behind a bill
placing the mulattos on a sep-
arate voting list.
This is part of the govern-
ments apartheid program.
United Party of the late Jan
Smutts oh the grounds that
such a separat' voting list
would violate the constitution
and pave the way for any
other constitutional violations
that the government might
want to force through.
press their vote claims.
the GoTernment authorities
are quick to point out that
the half breed is shunned by
both Hie natives and the
whiles neither accepts the
mulatto, socially or profession-
ally.
Minister of Labor B. J. Schoe-
man, commenting on the riots,
said: "They (the leaders
launched a demonstration with
all its mob-rousing potentiali-
ties calculated to inflame the
primitive passions of the sec-
tion of people who are not noted
i for their emotional stability.
They have always been easy
dupes of demagogues and other
theatrical political types."
Schoeman attacked the fol-
| lowers of Sailor Malan for "a
shameless exploitation of war
sentiment." He added that the
biggest veterans' organization
did not support Malan's demon-
strators.
In the last elections in 1948
the Nationalists won control of
the government by securing 77
Lower House seats on its own
plus 9 of the closely-affiliated
i white) Afrlkaaner Party. The
United Party polled 84 seats.
Under the present setup most. The Labor Party got 6 and the
, of the mulattos have no vote at
all.
Some 48,000 of 1,000,000 half
breed population qualified to
voke are represented by whites
The government bill proposed
to give them four representa-
tives of their own, elected out-
side the present voting lists.
To fully understand the com-
plexiUes of this situation the
present categories and represen-
tation of the South African in-
habitants must be cossldered: .
1) The 9,000,000 natives have
three of their own representa-
tives in the Lower House and
three Senators.
2) The European population
(including all whites) is approx-
imately 2,750,000 and control
more than 13 seats in the Low-
er House.
3> The colored (mulattos), for
the most part, do not "have any
vote or representation. Only in
Cape Province are 48,000 mulat-
tos qualified to vote and It
is this vote which Is causing the
trouble. They now vote with the
whites for white representatives.
4) The Asiatics (mostly In-
dians) number approximately
400,000. and have no parliamen-
tary representatives., In Cape
Province they may vote with the
mulattos.
If the new bill becomes a law,
and there is every indication it
will, the mulattos will vote sep-
arately for their own candidates.
This will mean a sizeable loss
to the United Party which Is j
leading the opposition and is a I
threat to the government's po-
sition.
The racial question has been
fanned into an International
blaze bv a violent struggle
over the hill. Additional fuel
was heaped on the blase by
a demonstrative group of ex-
servicemen headed by R.A.I''.
32 victory fighter ace Group
Captain Adolf- (Sailor) Malan,
who led a so-called "com-
mando" protest march over
a thousand miles across South
Africa to Capetown. The cli-
max came in the riots in
which SI persons were injured.
The bill has already passed
the Lower House 74 to 84 and
la now up for consideration In
the Senate. "Sailor" Malan has
announced that his group will
representatives of the natives
three.
Now sights are set on the
1953 balloting and the United
Party, hopeful of a return to
leadership, cannot alford to lose
supporters through the segrega-
tion of Via "colored" vote. This'
same aegi i ation will of course
make the present government's
position stronger.
Meanwhile, the black versus
white issue threatens to over-
shadow the whole picture, while
smoldering underneath is the
growing clamor by the Indians
(Asiatics) for the right to re-
presentation.
A new medical tariff establish-
ing eligibility and rates for me-
dical and dental care and other
services furnished at Health Bu-
reau facilities has been approved
to become effective with the es-
tablishment of the new Panama
Canal Company'and Canal Zone
Government the first of July, it

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Top Figures In Big
US Court Cases Gel
Federal Judgeships
By MERRIMAN SMITH
WASHINGTON, June 12 (UP)
Picslaent Truman yesterday
bestowed choice Judicial posts on
Federal Judge Harold R. Me-
dina, who presided over the his-
toric trial of 11 Communist Par-
ty leaders, and Thomas F. Mur-
phy, who prosecuted convicted
perju. Alger Hiss.
Mv who won nationwide
prais. his patient, skillful
handn.. of the tumultuous
nine-mouth Communist trial,
was nominated to succeed famed
Judge Learned Hand on the U.
S. Second Circuit Court of Ap-
peals in New York. Hand re-
tired June 1.
Murphy, now New York City
Police Commissioner, was named
to Medina's present post as a
Federal district court Judge for
the southern district of New
York.
All the nominations require
Senate confirmation. All the
nominees are )emocrats.
Medina, whose melancholy
eyes and Adolphe Menjou-llke
mustache became familiar to
millions during the Utterly-
fought Communist trial In 1949.
will succeed one of the nation s
most noted jurists.
President Truman expressed
continue to oppose It vigorously. "great recret" over Hand's de-
He plans a meeting in Johan-
nesburg June 28 to 30 to map
the future campaigning.
He said: "The torchlight
march In Capetown was just the
beginning of our opposition. We
will fight it with every means
at our disposal."
One fear is that the mulattos,
most of whom are uneducated
and politically immature, will
be whipped Into a state of fren-
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parture from the bench and
spoke of his "preeminent place
among American jurists" and
"among the nations of the
world." Hand, who was Chief
Judge of the New York Appeals
Court, has been called the na-
tion's "greatest living Jurist."
The 8-foot-4-inch Murphy Is
45 years oldyoung for a Fed-
eral Judge. He was named New
York Police Commissioner leas
than nine months ago when
former Commissioner William P.
O'Brien stepped out amid a
gigantic police bribery and
gambling scandal. Murphy's
choice for that hot spot was
undobutedly due to hi pro-
minence In the Hiss case.
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RAYMONDVILLE. Tex. (UP)
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seemed for a while that there
wouldn't be any swearing-in pic-
ture of the new city officials for
the rewspapcr. Smith wasn't
causjht unprepa el. though. The I
picture ropeared. The photogra-
pher was the new mayor's son. t
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Cov. Ann Morrill
Wins Top Office
In Girls' State
FT. SHERMAN. June 12.
Pretty Ann Morrill was inaugur-
ated Governor of Caribbean
plrls' State yesterday as citizen
members of the Federalist and
Nationalist parties flocked to
the polls to choose both State
and County officials.
Mary Morley was elected At-
torney General: Jacqueline
Boyle. Secretary of State; and
Virginia Fahle, lieutenant gov-
ernor.
Winners In the elections for
county officers were:
was announced Monday at Ba
boa Heights.
The tariff provides no substan-
tial changes In charges for the
majority of employes, but will
affect primarily dependents and
non-employe groups entitled to
Canal health services.
The upward, revisions In the
new tariff, which are applicable
only to non-employes have
been necessitated because of
great increases In the cost of
medical supplies and services
and reflect a number of im-
provements and modernisa-
tions in local health services
which have been effected in
the put few years.
The main changes In the new
medlcfcl tariff are the following
revisions In charges for derjend-
enta of Canal-Railroad employes:
1) An Increase in rates for out-
patient consultations at District
Medical Clinics from 25 to 50
cents for local rate patients and
from 50 to 75 cents. In the pres-
ent tariff, to $1 for UB.-rate pa-
tients.
2) Payment for drugs and pre-
scriptions on a cost basis rather
than on the present system of
minimum charges, a change
which is expected to reduce the
individual charges In the majori-
ty of purchases.
3) An increase In rates for out-
patient consultations In hospital
cl'ulcs from 50 cents to $1 for lo-
cal rate patients and from $1 or
$1.50, in the present tariff, to
$1.50 for all UB-.-rate patients in
the new tariff.
The per diem, or subsistence,
rates in hospital for Canal and
Railroad employes generally will
remain the same under the new
tariff.
Per diem rates for depart-
ments In the new tariff have
! been established on a simplified
only to the normal family group,
including wives, children under
21, parents and parents-ln-law
who live with employes and are
dependent upon them for sup-
port .
The new tariff provides for a
charge for the use of the oper-
ating room, which will amount to
25 per cent of the operating fee,
but not to exceed $40.
To cover the period immedi-
ately after he new Medical Ta-
riff becomes effective, the Health
Bureau has announcetj that' pa-
tients admitted to hospitals or on
before June 30 will continue to
pay the per diem rates In the old
tariff throughout the remainder
of their stay In the hospital, un-
less the new tariff provides a
lower rate.
The records of patients who re-
main In the hospital more than
three months after Jury 1 will be
reviewed at the end of that pe-
riod with a view to establishing a
rate commensurate with their a-
bility to pay.
Among the impro v e m e n t s
which have been effected In Ca-
nal Railroad health facilities
which have contributed to the
necessary increase In costs of
services have been increasing ef-
forts to employ top-flight physi-
cians certified by their respective
Special Boards of the American
Medical Association as Chiefs of
all services at Gorgas Hospital.
Other considerable sums have
been spent for new and modern
hospital equipment In an im-
provement program that Is ex-
pected to extend over a period of
several years and result In the
replacement ot all obsolete
equipment. Some of-the additions
of diagnostic and other equip-
ment Includes a new electro-car-
diograph and new stainless steel
besides tables and cabinets.
Recent modernizations include
alterations at the Ancon Dental
Clinic and the renovation of
Wards 7 and 8 at Gorgas Hospi-
tal. Future plans Include a new I
elevator in the Administration .
Building and recovery wards near H|
the Gorgas Hospital pavilion. _.
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"Balboa" County: Gwendolyn
Karlger, Judge; Sharon Slgfrld.
"Cristobal" County Pat How-' sliding scale based on the em-
ard. Judge; Joan Baron, sheriff. *
The Federalist Party is in
control, with only two offices
going to the Nationalists.
Colonel M. S. Shore, deputy
Chief of Statty. USARCARIB,
was guest speaker for the day.
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lha young laldiar and hit brida.
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result In reductions in rates in
many cases with the greatest in-
creases for dependents of em-
ployes In the higher salary brac-
kets.
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$1 or $1.50 for local rate depend-
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for U.8.-rate dependents, as com-
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cipients of disability relief, will
continue to be eligible for medi-
cal services as long as they live in
the Canal Zone.
U.S. citizen retired employes
of the Canal-Railroad organi-
sation will be eligible for medi-
cal services for a year after
their retirement or until June
30. 1952. whichever is the later
date, according to the provision
of the new Tariff.
Other provisions concerning
eligibility for Health Bureau
services specify that these serv-
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*Major League Teams Get Back Into Action Today;
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Jackie Robinson, Hodges
B.A., Home Run Leaders
- By United Press
V NEW YORK, June 12 The Major League teams
tsok a day off for travelling yesterday, but there's plenty
of off-the-diomond news.
Three night games and one day
.."oantest are on tap In each league,
in the National, the lone day
"game has Robin Roberts <6-5> of
Philadelphia going against Bob
Schultz 13-41 of the Cubs at Chi-
cago. Under lights. Johnny Sain
iirB) of Boston starts against
Ctiff Chambers i3-5; of the Pir-
.aies at Pittsburgh. New York
-sends Monte Kennedy (1-2) a-
gainst Howie Fox 3-2 of the
Reds at Cincinnati. And Brooklyn
.uses Preacher Roe <8-0> against
-Oerry Staley (7-5> of the Cards
KC St. Louis.
In the American League's lone
day game. St. Louis goes with
Duane Pillette l-5> against Vic
-Raschi <9-3i of the Yanks at New
York. Under lights. Chicago
starts Ken Holcombe (4-3' a-
galnst Connie Marrero (6-2) of
the senators at Washington.
Cleveland uses Lou Brissle (1-4)
against Alex Kellner (4-31 of the
A's at Philadelphia. And Detroit
couldn't be as bad as everyone
said in the spring.
The biggest lift to Dressen's
i*.aff has come from Ralph Bran-
ca. A failure for Burt Shotton
last year. Big Ralph has come a-
round this season to where he
has won four straight, going the
route each time, for an overall
record of five and one.
The one lime "Mr. Short-
stop" Marty Marion thinks the
Cards now in third place
have a rood chance for the
pennant. That is, if he can
play anywhere near as well as
he did in years past. However,
the 33-year-old Marion isn't
expected to play many games
this season.
The pitcher once rated the
fastest in the majors Bob Fel-
ler of the Cleveland Indians Is
laughing at those who predicted
he had hit the skids.
"I think I'm far from started
on the decline," says Feller. "In
sends Virgil Trucks 11-0 against fact I feel better than ever and
Harry Taylor i4-3>
Sox at Boston.
of the Red
The National League leaders
those bat-happy Brooklyn
Dodgersare going great guns,
according to Manager Charley
Dressen, because of pitching.
That may seem a strange rea-
son for the Dodgers to be lead-
ing the league, since it's a
Brooklyn player who tops every
hitting department in the cir-
cuit.
Second Baseman Jackie Rob-
inson is out front in the batting
title race with 370. He also leads
In the total hits with 87. First
Baseman Gil Hodges is the home
run leader with 18. while out-
fielder Duke Snider has the most
runs batted in.. .43.
" But to hear Dressen tell it, the
story is in the pitching.
"I told you our pitchers would
be getting better as we went a-
"lohg." says Dressen. "I knew they
RUBE'S RECORD
Willlamsburg. Va. (NEA>
William and Mary football coach
Rube McCray has a lifetime rec-
ord of 112 victories. 32 losses and j "Right now Bob is the best pitch
nine ties. er hi baseball."
I'm sure of at least four more
good years."
This is Feller's 13th season
with the Indians, and the consen-
sus during spring training was
that Bob was over the hill. But
he's iooled them all. with an 8-1
mark for the season so far.
His return to form is no mys-
tery to Feller. "For the first time
since I fell off that mound In
Philadelphia back in 1946 my arm
is right." says Bob. "The hitch is
one-
Feller also feels that this Is his
lucky season. A month ago he
developed a muscle spasm in his
back that hindered his pitching.
Durme treatment in a whirlpool
bath, the hot water hose came
loose and sprayed Feller with
scalding water.
The shock from the water
cured Feller of the spasm. He was
covered from the waist down
with burns, but less than a week
later he was back on the mound.
He pitched against the Chicago
White Sox wrapped in bandages,
and won 11-2.
One of Cleveland's all-time
great pitchers and currently a
tribe coach. Mel Harder, says,
Compos Here;
To Train At
Arena Today
Jesus Compos of Puerto Rico
arrived at the Tocnmen Airport
last night and will work out at
the Colon Arena this afternoon
and tomorrow. Compos is sched-
uled to substitute for Al Pennino
against Federico Plummer Sun-
day In a ten-round main bout'at
the Colon Arena.
The 24-year-old islander has
been campaigning in the C.S. for
several years and only last week,
June 4, dropped a ten-round de-
cision to former World Feather-
weight Champion Willie Pep at
Baltimore.
Compos weighed 127 against
Pep's 131 in the Baltimore con-
test.
Sunday's program will be
rounded out with a six-round se-
mifinal and two four-round pre-
liminaries.
Vicente Worrell meets Grego-
rio Peres in the semifinal. Car-
los Watson tackles David Marti-
net in one preliminary while Fi-
del Morris and Joe Sande will slug
it out in the other four-rounder.
De Vicenso Among Favorites
For Thursday's National Open
Albrook Whips Lincoln Life
In Pacific Hoop Opener
Effort To Be Made
To Revive Interest
In Local-Rale Tennis
A strong effort is about to be
made by the Physical Education
and Recreation Branch to revive
interest in Local aRte tennis,
which, a decade ago. was a major
sport on the Canal Zone.
Physical Director Aston Parch-
ment has lsrued a call to all At-
lantic and Pacific Side tennis
players to a round table discus-
sion on tennis problems at the
Paraiso Gymnasium. Sunday
morning. June 17. at ten o'clock.
Important topics to be discuss-
ed will be:
1. Problems of Local Rate ten-
nis.
1 Formation of an Isthmian
Tennis Association.
3. The development of junior
players.
4. Conducting ot tournaments
at Camp Blerd. Santa Cruz and
Paraiso.
After the meeting friendly
matches will be played on the
Paraiso courts.
The Pacific Basketball League
opened its 1951 season Sunday
night at the Balboa Gymnasium,
as the Albrook Flyers trounced
the Lincoln Life squad to the tune
of 79 to 56 in the opener, while
the Royal Crown Sodamen de-
feated the Mauricio quintet 63 to
82 in the second game. The Al-
brook Air Force Band provided
some excellent music before and
during the first game.
The game between the Flyers
and the Insurancemen started
out as though it would be a bat-
tle right to the last minute of
play, but In the second quarter
the Airmen put on a spurt to out-
score their opponents by 16 points
and piled up a lead which was
never threatened. Big Karl Par-
sell dropped in 29 points to lead
all scoring for the evening, while
Sal Scalfani counted for 16 of the
Albrook total and displayed a
sound floor game. Brady and
Trout were the high scorers for
the Lincoln Lifers with 11 and 10
points, respectively.
The nightcap between Royal
Crown and Mauricio was closely
contested during the first quar-
ter, but the Sodamen gradually
pulled away and led by 11 points
when the final horn sounded. Ar-
osemena and Williams were high
scorers for Royal Crown with 10
points each, while team captain
Lou HUzlnger led his squad with
eleven.
'The box scores:
FIRST GAME
Alorook FG FT TP
fParsell........11 7 29
Danlelson...... 0 2 2
Ingram........ l 3 5
Bean......... 2 0 4
Chatham...... 1 2 4
DeDomlnlco .... 1 0 2
Lee.......... 3 1 7
Coycault...... 1 1 3
Scalfani...... 8 0 16
Murlo........ 2 0 4
Praser........ l l 3
Ulshaffer...... 0 0 0
Bonta........ 0 0 0
DeWItt........ 0 0 0
American League National League
Teams Won
Chicago ..... 33
S4w York.....32
Boston......2
veland .... 27
troit......24
W*hington ... II
Si. Louis.....17/
Philadelphia .... 15
alt
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Lost Pet. Teams Won Lost Pet.
14 .702 Bruoklvn 31 18 .633
IK .610 Cincinnati ... 25 23 .521
21 .580 St. Louis 26 24 .520
23 .540 New York 27 26 .509
23 .511 Boston 25 26 .490
n .383 Chirago 22 24 .478
:tl .333 Philadelphia ... 23 27 .460
SI .313 30 .388
.
TODAYS GAMES
Chicago at Washington
St. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston (N).
Cleveland at Philrdalphia (N).
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Pittsburgh < N >.
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N).
New York at Cincinnati (N).
Philadelphia at Chicago.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
OPEN DATE.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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BY GILBERTO THORNE
Gamboas basketball Is being
aroused from a six-year sleep by
the Montlcello Social and Sport-
ing Club. Four teams have shown
that they are actively interested
in participating in the league-
Vincent Sampson's Tan Na Show
and Clothing, Dean Butchers
C.Y.O.. Olson Grant's "Atlntico,
and Duco Wilsons "Duco Wil-
son."
Representatives of these teams
met the officers of the club and
made plans for commencement
on June 24. All four teams will
see action on opening night. The
group plans to meet again on
Monday. June 18 at 6:00 p.m.
This meeting will be held at the
Santa Crua gym.
Final preparations will be made
for the opener on the 24th and
four days later A. Dorville, presi-
dent of the Montlcello Club, will
place the official O.K. on these
preparations, marking the begin-
ning of "the revival of Gamboa
City Basketball.!'
The Santa Oruz School League
is running into a little difficulty.
Eight teams have been placed
In two leagues, and more than
eighty boys have been assigned
to these teams. But, less than five
of them are registered at the
Santa Cruz gym Tor the Summer
Recreation Program. This makes
it Impossible for the leagues to
begin tomorrow as was planned.
But while there's life, there's
hope... and who knows, maybe
the boys will scamper into the
gym to be registered and Princi-
pal Morgan will throw the first
ball tomorrow, after all.
At any rate, Phil Walker's In-1
cas will meet W. C. Gittens' Raw- I
11ns In the Intermediate opener
while Prof. Osbourne will meet
Prof. Knowles for the Five Foot-
er debut.
Totals........31 17
79
Lincoln Life FG FT TF
McKeown...... 3 2 8
McArthur, G.. .. 0 1 1
Capalbo....... 3 1 5
McArthur, C. .. 2 0 4
Brady........ 5 1 11
Gibson........ 1 6 7
Trout........ 3 4 10
Carlln........ l 0 2
Kourany, E..... 2 0 4
Kourany. 0..... 2 0 4
McArthur, E.. .. 0 0 0
Totals........21
14
Score by Quarters
Albrook
Lincoln Life
18
17
42
25
80
42
SECOND GAME
Royal Crown FG FT
Tom.......... 4 1
Blades........ 1 0
Castorina...... 2 0
Williams ...... 4 2
Frazer........ 1 2
Santos........ 3 0
High tower...... 3 2
Bonell........ 3 0
Fong........ 0 0
Cells........ l 2
Arosem.ena..... 5 0
56
79
56
TP
9
2
4
10
4
6
8
6
0
4
10
Totals........ 27 9 63
Mauricio FG FT TP
HUzlnger...... 8 i 11
Slbauste...... 1 2 4
Mills.......... 1 2 4
Presho........0 0 0
Hernandez..... l r 3
Simons......., 3 l 7
Welch......... 2 1 5
Moore ........ 0 1 1
Mosher........ 2 4 8
Bailey........ j 3 7
Cotton........ l 0 2
Pry........ 0 0 0
Totals........18 16 52
Score by Quarters
Royal Crown 9 29 48 63
Mauricio 8 20 34 52
Referees: Chance and Kam:
Timer: Baldwin: Scorer: LeBruii.
YMCA Table Tennis Team
Meets Istmeo Club At
Pacific Clubhouse Tonight
A nine-man ping pong team
representing the Cristobal Arm-
ed Forces YMCA is scheduled to
play exhibition games with mem-
bers of the Istmeo Table Ten-
nis Club tonight at the Pacific
clubhouse. Hostilities will get
underway at 7:30 o'clock.
The Cristobal players are re-
turning a visit made two weeks
ago by the Istmeo club for the
purpose of getting competitive
practice in preparation for the
Isthmian Table Tennis Cham-
pionship opening June 18 in Pan-
ama, Colon and the Canal Zone.
The following players will like-
ly form the Cristobal squad: Dr.
George Carty. W. G. Hill, Ray Si-
Red Sox, Pirates
Win Exhibition
Off-Day Contests
NEW YORK. June 12 (UP)
Most major league clubs spent
Monday travelling but several
played exhibition games.
Veteran catcher Buddy Rosar
drove In two runs with a pinch
single in the eighth inning to give
the Red Sox a 5-3 victory over
the Giants in a charity exhibition
in a Po'o Grounds night game
while in another charity contest,
the Pirates with the aid of hom-
ers by Erv Dusak and Wally West-
laketopped the Indians, 9-5.
The Cardinals fell before their
Rochester farmhands of the In-
ternational League. 6-5 The Red
Wings clouted Howie Pollet for
Suspended Penn.
Refused Hearing
By N.C.A.A.
PHILADELPHIA. June 12 tUP'
The NCAA has refused the re-
quest of the University of Penn-
sylvania for a hearing on its sus-
pension by the college group in
the row over television. Penn
Athletic Director Francis T. Mur-
ray said.
Murray announced he had re-
ceived a telegram from NCAA
President Dr. Hugh C. Wlllett de-
nying Penn the hearing.
The telegram from Wlllett said:
"For reasons which I am set-
ting forth In a special delivery air
mail letter, I cannot comply with
your request for an early hearing
by the NCAA."
Murray said he had "no com-
ment" until he received the let-
ter.
Penn was suspended by the
NCAA after It announced last
Wednesday It would televise all
of its grid games this fall in de-
fiance of an NCAA experimental
ban on TV.
Murray, who criticized the
NCAA for what he termed a "has-
ty move" in placing Penn on the
not-in-good-standlng list with-
mons, C. Simons, J. Hughes, Carl
Sasso. J. McClaughlin, N. Dinar
and Frank Torezo.
For the Istmeo club, the com-
Setitors include: Arthur Joseph,
'esley Jones. George Grannum.
Fabian Valentine. Barclay Bynoe,
Kenneth Blanche, Malcolm
Francis, Alfonso McCormack.
The players of the two clubs
will be paired prior to the start-
ing of the exhibition, which will
be ope nto the public. The games
will be played in the auditorium
of the clubhouse.
In connection with the coming
Championship, a Committee
spokesman said yesterday that
entries have been coming in
steadily. However, applicants
who have not yet registered are
urged to do so before the dead-
line on June 15. No applications
will be accepted after that date.
Entry fee Is $1 payable at the
time of filing application.
The winner of the tournament
will be crowned Isthmian ping
pong champion and will receive
a valuable trophy donated by Cla.
Alfaro, S.A.. local International
Harvester representative.
USARCARIB Swim
Preliminarios Set
For Tomorrow P.M.
FORT GULICK. C. Z., June 12
The annual U.S. Army Caribbean
(Panam Area) swimming meet
will be held at the Fort Clayton
pool this year. Preliminaries will
begin at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday,
June 13, and the finals will get
under way at 7:00 p.m. on Friday,
June 15.
This year the Atlantic Sector
team will be composed of swim-
mers from three countries: Boli-
via. Colombia, and the United
States. These men are Captain
Ricardo Vasquez. USA. 50 meters;
Cpl. Roger T. Helman, USA, 200-
meter relay and 50 meters: Pvt.
Rafael MndezFerez, USA, 50 and
100 meters; Cpl. Jesus Maria Bar-
rera. Colombian Army. 200-meter
out a hearing wired Wlllett Ffl-! free style; Cpl. Samuel J. Davis,
day asking that Penn be given a USA. 400-meter free style.
hearing.
The NCAA ban leaves Penn's
ei schedule and other actlvl-
s unsettled In that several
schools have indicated they
two runs In the third inning and 1 would not play Penn if the unl-
three more in the fourth. Roches- versltv insisted'on televising Its
ter added its sixth run against f games, or If the university were
Cloyd Boyer in the sixth, .. 'not restored to food standing.
Cpl.
Wallace R. Baldwin. UBA, 100-
meter breast stroke and 200-met-
er relay; Cpl. Thomas J. Daven-
port, USA, diving, 100-meter free
style, and 200-meter relay; Lt.
Hernn Sorlo. Bolivian Army.
100-meter free stvle; Sgt Robert
C. Robb, USA. diving and Cpl.
Clarence J. Edwards, USA, 200-
meter relay
BY UNITED PRESS
The nation's top pros are pack-
ing their tooth brushes and golf
bags and heading for Birming-
ham, Michigan. The big draw Is
the National Open Golf Cham-
pionship which starts Thursday
and will be played over the Oak-
land Hills Country Club course.
The favorites for this all-Im-
portant tourney are Defending
Champ Ben Hogan, Jim Ferrier,
Britain's Bobby Locke, and Ar-
entine pro Roberto De Vlcenzo.
he gay gaucho from Buenos
Aires zoomed Into the limelight
with a stunning upset win in the
$15,000 Palm Beach Round-Robin
at New Rochelle, New York, Sun-
day.
The wi "was the first for De
Vicenzo in a major American
tourney. And when the round-
robin ended in the rain, many
who watched the Argentine stum-
ble home with a plus 40 total, lelt
he had been lucky.
He shot a poor 75 on that final
round, while runner-up Ferner
clicked with a three-under par
69 to finish with a plus 28. They
both wound up with 347 totals for
the five rounds, but Ferrier's late
surge made him seem the better
choice in the National,
De Vlcenzo shot championship
golf In the first four rounds 0/
the Palm Beach tourney, rack-
ing up scores of 69, 88. 68 and 67.
That carried him Into the finals
with a commanding plus 36 lead.
The Round Robin'scoring is a lit-
tle on the complicated side. The
16 pros tour the course in four-
somes. Each player gets a point
added to his score for every stroke
by which he beats the other
three. By the same token, each
player loses a point from his
score for every stroke by which
he gets beat.
It was that scoring which
clouded the fine play of Ferrler.
Big Jim lost his chance on the
second round, when he fired a
72. He was uhder par.every other
day, shooting a 68, andthen three
69s.
Hogan already Is at Birming-
ham, testing the re-designed
course. The pros are miffed over
the way golf architect Robert
Trent Jones spaced ine traps, and
narrowed the fairways, saying he
ruined the course. Actually, what
Jones did was to place traps at
just about the spot most pros put
their tee shots.. .some 270 yards
out Then, he narrowed the fair-
ways to put a premium on accu-
racy. ..another reason Hogan
and Locke are favored in this
year's field of 162 pros and ama-
teurs,
JOE
by
WILLIAMS
Fight Dope
BY UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, June 12 Former
Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis
has finished training for tomor-
row's right at the Polo Grounds
with Lee Savold.
Louis says he feels "so sharp"
he wishes Champion Ensrd
Charles was his opponent In the
bout instead of Savold.
Old Muffin Faee Is back. That's what some of the morel
friendly American pros call Bobby Locke, the South African in-
vader, who has arrived to take his third cut at the American I
Open next week in Detroit.
Some of the less friendly pros call him worse than that. It I
could be his personality. It could also be his golf. There are few
better. In '49 he beat our pros with distressing regularity on the
touring circuit. He hit them where it hurt. In the poclcet book. |
Later they barred him for failing to keep a commitment. Ac-
cording to the rules this was justifiable, but under the circum-
stances lt didn't look so good. Still he did have the Marshall |
Plan running for him. Maybe the taboo was imposed with this in
mind.
Locke tied for third in the '47 Open which went to Lew Wor-
sham, an outsider, after a playoff w.th Sam Snead. In '48 he was |
fourth with 282, back of Ben Hogan (276), Jimmy Demaret (278)
and Jim Turoesa (280). That was the year Hogan cracked the
itcord by five shots to score for the first time.
Only the winner goes to dinner, as they say around the track,
but Locke was dangerous all the way and prior to his debut In
the Open he had firmly established his class. He took Snead over
10 out of 14, touring abroad, and spotted Hogan five shots to beat
him easily in a Philadelphia cash prize test.
Old Muffin Face has the equipment. Reminds you of Mac- <
donald Smith and Bob Jones the way he dips his left knee on
the swing, which Is loose, seemingly effortless, yet compactly con-
trolled. A good putter with matching temperament and a slow
laming competitive fire. He logically ranks as one of the top
favorites.
AND THEN CAME THE STORM
Locke's the only foreign golfer who would figure to havt
a solid chance to win our Open. He's won the British Open two
times hand running, his 279 last summer setting a new record for
the ancient event. It's been 31 years since a foreigner won over
here. That would be England's Ted Ray at Toledo in 1920.
That was a memorable championship. Particularly for me
since lt was my first Open. It was also Bob Jones' first. Like-
wise Gene Saraaen. Ditto Johnny Farrell. All three were later to
Win lt. Jones four times, Sarazen twice, Farrell once. In fax.,
Jones was to go on to compile a fantastic record: first or second
in the Open in eight or nine years. Not to neglect his historio
Grand 81am with which he bowed out at the peak of his forn.
In 1930 at the age of 28.
The presence of the grea,t Harry Vardon gave the tourna-
ment an added touch. This was to prove the old master's last. I
stand as a dominant Internationalist. Only the fates in the form
of an angry storm on the last day kept him from repeating his
tiiumph of 1900 when he made his first Invasion. With only six
holes to go, Vardon had a commanding lead. Then the element
took over. "I thought I was going to be blown off the course.''
I remember him saying as he and Ray stood on the station plat-
form that night waiting for an East-bound train.
As it was, Vardon finished only one shot back of his com-
patriot, tied with Leo Dlgel (another first time starter), Jack
Burke for second. Vardon was the best of all the invaders: ho
wun in 1900, tied In 1913 and again in 1920. It could have been
three wins. Often the mere turn of a single putt Is the difference.
TWO MASTERS: OLD AND YOUNG
The golfing fathers. In an extraordinary burst of Imagina-
tionfor thempaired Vardon with Jones, the graying virtuoso
and the peach fuzzed prodigy. The drama inherent in the pairing
was not fuljy sensed at the time. It wasn't to be long before
historians would be comparing the relative skills of the two
players, accepting each as the best of his time.
Jones finished four shots back of the winner despite a 78
start and a 77 finish. His third round, sub par 70, was the best
t!:e aay developed. Vardon had 74, 73 and 71 before his game blew
up amid lightning flashes and explosive thunder to give him an
excusable 7 for the last 18. At the time he was on his way to
a 72. A 78 would have won,
Vardon was still the greatest name in golf. He was dour and
uncommunicative. Jones, just 18, was properly Impressed. Maybe
a bit terrified, too, One of his favorite stories has to do with
this round. He had hit very Pr wood hot- Apologetically, he
sald: "Did you ever see a worse golf shot, Mr. Vardon." "Never.*
commented the old master. This was the extent of their conver-
sation for the day. .- ^. ''; :
The Empire has launched other Invasions in the intervening
years but without success. Neither George Duncan nor Abe Mit-
chell, to name two, was able to make it close. Henry Cotton,
probably the best British golfer since Vardon, was never too an-
xious to challenge the demands for our Open. But Locke Is back
f.r a third stand. And lt would be a mistake to sell old Muffin
Face short. .' ,
(PJ3.: There was a report Locke would confine his play to
the Goodall Round Robin here this weekend but the .8.G.A.
ronflrms his entry In the Open and says he will compete).______
LONDON, June 12 Argentine
Heavyweight Cesar Brlon, who
last Wednesday beat British and
European Heavyweight Cham-
pion Jack Gardner, flew to New
York last night from London.
Brioh is tentatively scheduled '
for a fight in New York in July I
against some unnamed opponent. I
The handsome heavyweight said I
he plans to go home to Argentina
in October.
He Intends eventually to retire
from the ring and go Into the
farming business in the Province
of Cordoba. Brion departed by
Pan-American Airways 7 p.m.
Monday night.
BALTIMORE, Md.. June 18
Roland LaStana, 192, of New
York, knocked out Gene Felton,
199, of Los Angeles in the third
round of a scheduled ten-round
main event last night.
NEW ORLEANS. June 12Ber-
nard Doc usen. 14b',, of New Or-
leans decisioned Mario Trigo, 144,
of Los Angeles in a ten-round
feature last night.
Faces In
The Majors

Kids To Have Wide
Range Of Vacation
Period Activities
A wide range of activities will
be conducted at the La Boca
Playground for kiddles during
the vacation period.
In handicraft, the youngsters
may take their choice ot cord-
craft, painting, moulding, shell-
craft, basketry, or needleeraft.
These classes are supervised by a
corps of volunteers under the di-
rection of Mrs. Lillian Malrs.
The popular athletic activities
are softball, archery, skating,
track, shuffleboard. table tennis
and baseball. A special feature Is
the Little League Baseball games.
Special events highlight the
program. About one hundred kids
will Journey to the Silver City
pool Friday morning to receive
swimming Instructions and have
a day of fun. Another visit will
be made July 13.
The annual Scooter Derby,
which attracts one hundred and
fifty contestants, will be reeled
off on the Jamaica Prado. July
30. Skating is available at the
Pacific Clubhouse each Monday
and Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 4
p.m.
Ken Wood
Dave Koslo
Basketball Meeting
Set For Tomorrow
At Margarita Gym
Tomorrow night at 7:15. the
Atlantic Side Basketball League
will hold a meeting at the Mar-
garita Gymnasium. All teams
that have submitted entries, must
be represented at this meeting, by
having at least one member pre-
sent.
Officers will be elected, and the
League's By-Laws will be discuss-
ed. All representatives will sub-
mit their rosters at this meeting.
All the service teams that wish
to enter from Ft. Gullck and Co
co Solo, are Invited to this meet-
ing. And the officers will set a
1 date for the league to start.
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RECEPTION TO BE HELD
AT THE PERUVIAN EMBASSY TONIGHT
Emilio Ortta de ZevaUo, Ambawaar ef Per to '
ana Dean of the Diplomatic Corp., and Mn. Ortta d U-
valle will give a reception from 8 to p.m. this e\on|ng at
tofufimm residence on La Cresta the occasion of Her
return to Panama Saturday from a wit to Lima, reru.
Retiring IAWC Board
Entertained by Mr. Morris
Mrs. William H. H. Morrta, Jr..
wife of the Commander-ln-Chief
of the Caribbean Command, en-
tertained at a luncheon given at
the Albroolc Officers' Club at 1
p.m. today In honor of Mr. Adol-
fo Arlas, retiring president of the
Inter-American Women's Club.
Mrs. Morrta is an honorary vice-
president of the IAWC.
The guest were the outgoing
officers and members of the
board of the organization.
Mr. Chen Hostess to IAWC
Officer on Friday
Mrs. Benjamin Chen, retiring
first vice-president of the Inter-
American Women's Club, will
honor Mr. Adolfo Arlas. 1950-51
president of the IAWC. the other
retiring officers and the board or
directors and the new officers
and board at a luncheon at 12:30
p.m. on Friday at the Hotel El
Panam.
Duiumoors Entertain
On Wedding Anniversary
On the occasion of their fourth
wedding anniversary, Mr. and
Mr Forrest O. Dunsmoor of An-
cn entertained a group of their
friends at a cocktail buffet at
their residence on Sunday eve-
ning.
best man for Lt. Reeg, and ushers
were Lt. Joseph Plngltore, Lt.
James Morrison, Lt. Walter Con-
roy, and Captain Harry Gardner.
Traditional wedding music was
played on the chapel organ by
Hans Janowltz, and during th*
ceremony tenor Danny Cox sang
"The Lord's Prayer."
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the Fort Clayton Offi-
cers' Club. Th bride's going-
away costume was a navy blue
ensemble with white accessories.
They left after the reception for
a short wedding trip.
Lt. and Mrs. Reeg will be at
home after June 18 at Fort Gu-
ilde.
Doctors' Wives to Hold
Panamanian Luncheon Weds.
A Panamanian luncheon will be
the feature of the meeting of the
Doctors' Wives club scheduled for
12:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Un-
ion Club. The menu will Include
Panamanian dishes, and there
will be dances and typical music
by a group In native costume.
Miss Ramona Lefevre will be a
special guest, appearing In her
Soliera. She will explain the hta-
ory of the costume and the ]ew-
tlry worn with it.
Hostesses foe the occasion will
be: Mrs. A. Mastellarl, chairman,
Mr. 8. A. Kay, Mrs. J. C. Law-
rence, and Mrs. John C. Bates.
Balboa Woman's Club
Will Meet Tomorrow
The June meeting of the Bal-
boa Woman's Club will be held at
the Jewish Welfare Board Serv-
ice Center on La Boca Road in
Balboa tomorrow at B a.m.
The guest speaker will be Cap-
tain B. A. Darden of the Police
Division of the Panam Canal.
Reeg-Camp Nuptial
At Fort Clayton
At a candlelight ceremony at
eight o'clock Saturday evening in
the Fort Clayton Chapel, Lieut-
enant Joanne Camp of the Fort
Clayton Hospital staff, daughter
of Mrs. Blanche Camp of Hutch-
ison, Kansas, became the bride of
Lieutenant Earl H. Reeg, Jr., of
the Forty-Fifth Cavalry at Fort
Clayton. Chaplain M. W. Berge-
The bride was given In marri-
age by Colonel William Graham,
commanding officer of the Fort
Clayton Hospital. She wore a
gown of white marquisette with
a mandarin collar and long point-
ed sleeves, with full skirt and a
train. Her floor length veil fell
from a Juliet cap of lattice-work
net. She carried a white Testa-
ment covered with white orchids
and baby's breath, and as "some-
thing old" the bride had a lace
handkerchief carried by her
grandmother at her wedding.
Lieutenant Irene Lyon of Fort
Clayton Hospital was the matron
of honor. Her gown was of lilac
frosted organdy, with fitted bod-
Ice and ballerina length skirt.
She carried yellow calla lilies.
There were four bridesmaids.
Captain Rita Corn, Captain Ethel
Mae Shoddy, Captain Elizabeth
Dlss, and Lieutenant Grace Knox,
all of the Fort Clayton Hospital
staff. They wore similar pale
green dresses of frosted organdy,
.with round necks, cap sleeves,
-and ballerina length skirts. Their
flowers were nosegays of daisies.
Lt. Clyde Patterson, Jr, was
Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives
Hold Meeting and Election
The Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives
held their monthly coffee and
business meeting on Thursday al
the Fort Kpbbe Officers' Club.
Mrs. A. D. bchutz and Mrs. R.
Oswald presided at the coffee
services. Mrs. H. F. Ross, the pres-
ident of the group, introduced the
new members. They are Mrs. R.
Thomas, Mrs. D. W. Hough, Mrs.
F. W. Balrd, and Mrs, R C. Morris.
New officers, who will be In-
stalled at a luncheon meeting
later this month, were elected.
They are as follows: Mrs. W. H.
Bach, president; Mrs. W. Parm-
ley, vice-president; Mrs. T. G.
Dyas, secretary; Mrs. R. D. Pow-
ell, assistant secretary; Mrs. C.
W. Hartley, Jr., treasurer; Mrs.
C. C. Stewart, assistant treasur-
er. ,
Hostesses at the coffee were
Mrs. P. E. Christie and Mrs. H.
Barnett.
Miss Farwell's Engagement
I Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Farwell
of Watertown, Mas., anuounce
the engagement and approach-
ing marriage of their daughter,
Edith Winifred, to James J. Ken-
nedy, son of Mrs. George Kenne-
dy and the late Mr. Kennedy of
Lawrence, Mas. ..
Miss Farwell attended the
Katharine Gibbs School In Bos-
ton and Is employed at Head-
quarters, Fifteenth Naval Dis-
trict. Mr. Kennedy attended Cen-
tral Catholic High School in Law-
rence and is In the U.S. Navy sta-
tioned at Headquarters. Fifteenth
Naval District, ,
The wedding Is planned for
June 18 at elght-thtrty o'clock.
Friends are requested to note the
change in the hour from ellgh to
eight-thirty o'clock.
Mr. and 'Mr. Janowit
Chango Residence
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Janowitz
have changed their residence to
Sixth 8treet, hi Las Cumbres, and
are at home to their friend at
their new address.
Nina Wade Norman '
Vacations in V. S.
Miss Nina Wade Norman, of
the staff of the American Embas-
sy In Panam, is vacationing in
the United States, and has visit-
ed In Shreveport, Alexandria, and
New Orleans. La.
In New Orleans she was the
guest of her brother-in-law and
sister. Mr. and Mrs. William
Brockway. Mr. and Mrs. Brock-
way were Isthmian visitors last
year, when they were the guests
of Mrs. Brockway's sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
turo Muller of Bella Vista, while
Mr. Brockway was doing research
and photographic work through-
out Central America for the Tu-
lane University School of Archi-
tecture.
Miss Norman will sail for the
Isthmus tomorrow from New
York aboard the S.S. Panam.
Mrs. Murwln was a resident of
the Canal Zone for 28 years and
while on the Isthmus will visit
her father, Thomas Madison, and
her brothers. David J. Madison
and J. Allen Madison.
Also visiting the Bennett Is
their daughter, Mis Carrie May
Sharpensteen, who has complet-
ed the year at the Lake Shore
School in Jacksonville, Fla.
John Rimmington Returns
From Georgia Tech
John Rimmington arrived re-
cently from Georgia Institute of
Technology in Atlanta, Oa.,
where he completed his fresh-
man year. He will spend the sum-
mer vacation months with his pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. B. Rim-
mington, of Bella Vista.
Rabbi Wltkln Welcomed Home
The Jewish Communities of
Panam are preparing a welcome
home party for Rabbi Nathan
Witkin who returned yesterday
from the States. The party will
be held at the Beneficencia Is-
raelita of Panam (opposite El
Rancho Friday evening at 8:00.
Members and friends are invited
to attend. Refreshments will be
served.
A miscellaneous shower wa*
given Saturday in honor of Miss
Nidia V. Jan, who Is to be mar-
ried to Mr. Carey E. Atkins in
July. The shower was held in the
Fern Room of the Hotel Tlvoll.
The guests were: Mrs. Mabel
Kimmef, Mrs. Evelyn Judson, Mrs.
Kathryn Walker, Mrs. Mary Frle-
burger, Mrs. Charlotte Laurie,
Mrs. Diana W. Holland, Mrs. Ruth
Clark, Mrs. Lydla H. de Nicolan,
Mrs. Nereida E. Jan, Miss Vera
C. Hernandez, Miss Sofia Fong
G, Miss Cora Bogle, Miss Silvia
Arauz, Miss Lilla de Palm. Miss
Elsa de Villarreal, and Miss An->
gela Irlbarren.
Powerful Lobby
Blocks SI. Lawrence
Seaway Conference
BY DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, June 12 Long
Is the arm of the antl-st. Law-
rence seaway lobby. It even
reaches Into the offices of gov-
ernor.
Last week Oov. Menneu Will-
iams of Michigan, Democrat, and
Gov. Val Peterson of Nebraska.
Republican, called a meeting ol
mldwestern governors for June
18 in Omaha to receive reports on
transportation, irrigation and
navigation problems effecting
defense. Naturally this included
the St. Lawrence project, consid-
ered' important In wartime to
bring Labrador ore to the interior
of the U.S.A.
The meeting was merely to
discuss and receive reports on
these problems, with every gover-
nor free to think and act for
himself. But even this was op-
posed by the powerful antl-8t.
Lawrence lobby.
For one of its repreientatives,
Everett Winters of the Mississip-
pi Valley Association, dropped
into the office of Gov. Val Peter-
son in Lincoln. Neb., and non-
chalantly announced that Gov.
C. Norman Brunsdale of North
Dakota had decided to decline
the Invitation.
Previously the North Dakota
governor had indicated his ac-
ceptance. But apparently the
lobby was too strong for him. For
a letter from him to Governors
Peterson and Williams declining
the invitation turned up in the
malls Just a few hours after lob-
byist Winters made his predic-
tion.
The Mississippi Valley Associa-
tion Is backed by power compan-
ies and some railroads opposing
the St. Lawrence.
Mr. Murwln Arrives
For Visit Here
Mrs. William H. Murwln of
Jacksonville, Fla., arrived recent-
ly by plane to visit with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Eulle M. Bennett of Bal-
boa.
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trainer six successive times recently aboard the US8 Monte-
rey, cruising In the Gulf of Mexico, to complete his aircraft
carrier qualifications. Cadet Hutchlngs. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert W. Hutchlngs of Balboa. Canal Zone, attended New
York State Maritime College and Tiffin University, Tiffin,
Ohio prior to entering Navy flight training.
He reported to Pensacola, Florida, "The Annapolis of the
Air," in November of 1950 and has completed a stringent
schedule in military, academic, physical and flight training.
From Pensacola he has been sent to advanced training
at Corpus Christ!, Texas. This will be a four month train-
ing in combat type aircraft. Graduation from advanced
training will win him the coveted Navy wings of gold.
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GIs Out Of Korean Killing
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON, June 12 (UP) Lt. Gen. Albert C. Wede-
meyer, Commander of the U. S. 8th Army, said yesterday that
the United States should pull out of Korea and break off diplo-
matic relation with Russia and Its satellites.
Wedemeyer yesterday supported Gen. Douglas MacArthur's
proposals for bombing and blockading Communist China even
at the risk of World War III and said the United State should
"go it alone" If necessary.
Wedemeyer, who will retire Julv 31 as 8th Army commander.
In San Francisco, was the first military man to back the recom-
mendations of the ousted Far Eastern commander at the Senate
Mai Arthur Inquiry.
The author of the famd
"Wedemeyer report" on China
and Korea also favored a naval
blockade of China ,and said he
thought it should be sougnt
tnrough the United Nations first.
Asked if he thought the Unit-
ed States- should institute such
a blockade alone if the UN would
not go along Wedemeyer said
he could not 'Imagine any civil-
ized nation not going along
with us."
"If they don't follow us,
they have the alternative of
enslavement," he said. "If
they don't go along with us,
I ay wa go along because
we have right.....on our
Ma."
Previously military leaders
who have testified, along with
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall and Secretary of State
Dean Acheson said MacArthur's
Ideas for bombing and blockad-
ing China were rejected because
they might bring Russia Into
the Korean conflict.
Wedemeyer conceded such a
course might lead to a third
world war, but he called lt a
"calculated risk," and added:
"I would accept those cal-
culated risks."
Wedemeyer, who was U. 8.
Army commander In China dur-
ing World War JI, made these
other points:
1. He Joined MacArthur in
denying that he ever favored a
coalition between the Chinese
Communists and Nationalists.
He said he told Gen. George C.
Marshall In 1946 that efforts to
bring the two groups together
would fall because it was like
"mixing oil and water." He
acknowledged later, however,
that he had favored a "com-
promise" between the Reds and
Nationalists, though he instated
this did not mean backing for
a coalition government.
2. He said a Korean war
truce based on halting the
war at the 38th parallel
would be "tantamount to a
defeat for Is psychological-
ly." Acheson has indicated
UN forces would be willing
to stop the war at the
parallel providing the Com-
munists guarantee there will
be no further aggression.
3. Chinese Nationalist leader
Chiang Kai-shek lost the con-
fidence of his country because
of the Communists' afitl-Amer-
ican propaganda and because
his troops and people were
"tired" of war. but he Is now
the "best vehicle to accomplish
what we are striving to do."
4. Formosa, Chiang's Island
stronghold. Is "most Important"
but not "vital" to this country's
defense. MacArthur had called
it vital. Wedemeyer said, how-
ever, the Island Is Important
enough to Justify putting U. 8.
troops there.
5. He asked for his present
6th Army command In Saa
Francisco because he felt "frus-
trated" In his previous post as
army Deputy Chief of Staff
when his policy views were not
accepted. He said he did not
agree 1th "the plans for Amer-
ican action in the West and in
the East."
6. He has slated in 1946 to
become Ambassador to China
but the Administration dropped
his appointment because the
Chinese Communists protested
violently. He said Acheson
showed him the protests In a
cable from Marshall at the time.
7. "Lack of spirit" and
not lack of V. S. military
aid was the reason for the
.Nationalists' downfall in
China. "In mv judgment
they couW nave defended
the Yangtse River with
broomsticks If they had the
will to do it." However, he
added that much l<. S. aid
to China was "scrap Iron"
of no use to the Nationalists.
8. A democratic China mav
be possible "in many years."
but the Chinese are "not ready
for democracy" as we know lt.
The "best thing" for China to-
day would be "a strong man who
was benevolent and sincere to
lead his people out of all this
morass and chaos."
Wedemeyer, who said he
agreed to the withdrawal of U.
S. occupation troops irom South
Korea In 1948, said he was not
competent to weigh the decision
which put the U. S. into the
Korean war.
But he said the government
"wa absolutely correct in tak-
ing affirmative action against
Russians Are Asked
To Hustle Sales U
Of US Propaganda
WASHINGTON. June 12 (UP)-
The United States asked the Rus-
sians today to jack up their mag-
azlne salesmen so they will ped-
dle Amerlka, the elaborate UA
propaganda magazine.
The Soviet government prom-
ised In 1944 to distribute 50.009
copies of the magazine monthly
but now they say It Is a dull,
lying publication that few people
want to buy.
The Russian distribution agen-
cy, 8oyuzpechat, has been return-
ing about 25,000 copies of Amerl-
ka each month, claiming the/,
could not be sold.
American officials don't be-
lieve that. Amerlka is a large,
Russian language publication
that carries the most daazllng
color picture the Russian ever
have seen.
During the last week. Pravda
and the Literary Gaaette both at-
tacked Amerlka for "lying" about
the standard of living in th
United SUtes.
So th United States, in its lat-
est complaint to the Russians,
said that Amerlka obviously
would sell now that lt has receiv-
ed such advertising in the influ-
ential Communist press.
the advance of Communismwe
had to do lt some place and th
time was already overdue.
However, he sharply critic-
iied the decision to send
ground force Into Korea,
asserting this fitted in with
tsviet plans to destroy
America's manhood on the
"powder kegs" around Rs-
ala' borders.
He added that Russia's "pri-
mary purpose" Is "to create a
vacuum that you Americans
must fill with your moit preci-
ous commodity, American man-
hood and with American mater-
ials, and they are going to
creek you if they can economi-
cally, and they are going to em-
barrass you psychologically."
Elaborating on the psycholog-
ical aspect, he said "our first
team was unable to defeat suc-
cessfully the third team of the
Soviet."
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houte refrigerotor, G. E. Ror.'o,
.. Fithing B,or. Cameras, Glass
(frosted) louvers. Lorge storcge
cabinets, everything in excellent
condition. Call anytime after 3 p.
m Ycur advantage to come see
ot 5657. Apt. A, AvAagoon streft,
D.ct'o Heights.
FOR SALE:2 dcor Frigidaire Refri-
gerator. Good condition. 0777-B,
Williamson Place.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
0!iIsm--bile: Reminds you that on
Wednesday night, our soles room
will be open from 7:00 p. m. to
9:00 p. m. come and visit us. Pan-
ama Auto S. A. Justo Arosemeno
Avenue.
FOR SALE:1942 Dodge, excellent
condition. New tires, ALSO 1938
Plymouth. Good transportation,
S100.CO. Call 2-2768 or House
1513. Apt. D. Akee St. Balboa.
FOR SALE:1949 Studeboker Stor-
light coupe. Overdrive, undercool-
ing, new tir> and bottery, finish,
rrctor, ii ienor perfect condition
Phone Fort Clayton 5285 or see
ot Quarter 3C6-A on Tuesday be-
tween 5:00 and 6:00 p. m.
MISCELLANEOUS
? you bay* a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholici Anonymoul
aa 2031 A neon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALF:High gloss oil points
ond enomels. M.lrJew-prool. $3.25
gallon fropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:47 Ford, 4 door, radio.
S700.00. Tel. 273-3296 week
days.
FOR SALI: 1950 Hillmon Minx
Convertible Coupe, calar tan, red
leather apaalrtary. Only 2,000
miles. This car mast bo seen te
apareciere. $490 dawn and drive
it away. C0LPAN MOTORS INC.,
your FORD dealer on automobile
raw. Telephone 2-1033 2-1036
Panam.
FOR SALE:34 Ford Sedan. Spare
perls. $75.00 or best offer. Tel.
.2-3115. 0778-D. Williamson
Place, Balboa. C. Z.
FOR SALE:Plymouth 2-door 1942
in good condition. Must sell. Call
Panama 3-1082.
FOR SALE:Crib ond mattress $12;
nj{(h chair $8. Nearly new, May-
tog wosher $100. Phone 25-2234.
FOR SALE:Mogic Chef Stove; Apt.
sized refrigerator; solid mahogany
- toBfe. chairs, chest drawers; couch,
wickrr, Rolton choirs. Panama 3-
C0I0 before 4. Panama. 3-3168.
-cft'er 4.
""'FOR SALE
.: Boats & Motors
'.FOR,.SALE:One "Johnren Motor"
22> herse power, brond new. Bar-
7 gain. opp!y Bodega Tropical. Fhone
Z-3-203.____________________________
FOR SALE
- Real Estate
A RfAL BARGAIN Lefevre Pork.
I' 9th. Street, chalet. bedrooms.
2 bathrooms, livingrcom and din-
' irSgrOOm, maid's room ond swim-
ming pool, for only B. 10.000.00.
Attractive facilities for payment.
Wolff & Co.. 5th. Street, 22, Tel.
Z-2388.
FOR SALE: 1942 Ford Truck. 1
1-2 Tons, good condition, $1,500.
Goroge de Servicio Pblico, 70
"B" Street.
FO RSALE: 1950 Cadilloc Sedon
"61." black. 1951 Cadilloc Sedon
"61." black with radio, white side
wall tires lextros) new. Imme-
diate delivery from agency. Loraine
motor crone, 15 ton with 45 Ft.,
plume. 3 Intcrnctionol 5 ton dump
truck KM. One International dump
truck K8, 10 wheel with winch. 4
Chevrolet autobuses. metal,
"Woyne" body. Tel. 3-0114. 8:-
00 o. m. to 6:00 p. m. or 3-2487
6:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m.
WANTED
Automobiles *
WANTED: Jeep, good condition
fot cash. Te'eDhone 2-1409.
FOR SALE:Hammarlund Su. r-Pro
Communication Receiver, excellent
condition. Phone 83-7226, Curun-
du.
FOR SALE: N4 H. P. 25 Cycle Mo-
tor. 16-G shot gun single, with
shells. Electric iron, good. Phone
4-506. 107-B, Pedro Miguel.
The Pcnamo Canal offers for sole
under sealed bids to"be opened 10:
30 A. M.. June 26, 1951, parts
for Royal and Underwood type-
writers, locoted ot Section E, Bol-
boa Stoiehouse, telephone 2-2730.
Bid forms may be obtained from
the above source or from the of-
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboa, telephone 2-2777.
RESORTS
Gromlich's Sonta Claro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 ot 4-567.
Williams Sonta Clora Beach Cottage*.
Two bedrooms, electric refngero-
lion, Rockgos ranges Phone Bol-
boo 2-S03U. Except weekends
PhiHiea, Beach cottages, Santo Clora
Box number 435. Bolboo. Phone
Panama 3-1877 or Cristobal i
1673. *
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet, situated on
the intersection of Boyd-Roosevelt
highway. Pueblo Nuevo, $75.00.
House No. 4036, Pueblo Nuevj}
Road. Apply No. 15, Eight Street,
Panama. Quijono.
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
FOR SALE,
The Panama Conol offers for sale
under sealed bids, to be oponed 10;
30 A. M., June 20. 1951, 971 items
of miscellaneous automobile repair
poiti located ot the Ciistobal Garage,
Motor Transportation Division. For
information ond inspection contact
Mr. R W. Erickson. telephone 3-
2157. E-d forms may be obtained
from the above sources, or from of-
fice of Superintendent of Storehouses.
Bolboo, telephone 2-2777.
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
STRUCTURES FOR SALE
The Panamo Canal offers for sole
to the highest bidder Buildings Nos.
355, 407, 420, 438. 442, Ancn;
334, 358 and 368, Gatun; 1715.
Cristobal; 3345, Camp Bierd. Sealed
bids will be received in the office
of the Superintendent of Storehouses
ot Balboa until 10:30 A. M., June
28, 1951, when they will be opened
in public. Fotms of proposal with
full particulars may be secured in the
offices of the Superintendent of Store-
houses, Bolboo, and the Housing
Mcnagers at Balboa Heights and
Cristbal.
FOR SALE:Boy's bicycle, new. Ne-
ver uted. 26 inch, $37.00, be-
tween 6-8 p. m. Qtrs. 424-A, Ft.
Clayton. Phone 8-75282.
WANTED:Ford 4 Door 1940 or
1942. also Chevrolet 1940 or
!9-!2. will buy thru owner. Car.
Box 226 Ancon C. Z.
Two New Doctors
Arriving for Gorgas
Two new members of the staff
ot. dor-gas Hospital are arriving
. here- late this month. It was an-
nounced today from the Health
Bureau. They are Col. Merrill C.
Davenport and Major Stephen J.
Bfaudry.
Cpl. Davenport will succeed Lt.
Col..C. B. Meador as assistant
Chief of the Medical Service. Dr.
Meador left the Canal Zone late
.In April. MaJ. Beaudrv will suc-
.-ceedLt. Col. F. K. Lawford as
; Training Officer. Lt. Col. Law-
lord left here early last month
for his new post.
Col. Davenport, who will be ac-
companied by his wife, son and
daughter, has been on duty at
Fltnriminons Hospital In Denver.
Major Beaudry comes to the
Isthmus from the Office of th*
Surgeon General in Washington.
His wife and their two sons will
arrive here with him
WANTED
Miscellaneous
vVANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
in residential section such as Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
s.gn lease. Panama 3-1684, 5 to
8 p m.
WANTED: 3 showcases, new or
uiaa. Panama Auto S. A. Avenida
Juste Areiemena. Phone 3-45S0.
FOR SALE:Puppies, good breed, 5
weeks old. Vilar fomily, 9th street
Parque Lefevre. Barriada Panama
Am-.-ican.
. w.< jALb:Buick, 1941, 4-door
sedan; Frigidaire, 7 cubic foot,
oil porcelain; Zenith, phono-rac'io,
table model; Eosy, Spin-drier,
warning machine; all 25-cycle,
youth bed ond mattress; venetion
blinds; miscellaneous household
. items; house 1581, Apt. C, Cola-
bosh St.. Govilon.
FOR RENT: Beautiful residence,
completely furnished divided in 2
independent apaitments. No. 114;
Uth Street, Poitillo. Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
Ion.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Oborrio Avenue No. 1. San An-
tonio OBortments. ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. cr call Zubieto 3-
1716.
FOR RENT:Apartments 1 bedroom,
porch, sitting diningroom. kitch-
en, both, No. 9, 44th street East
Bella Vista, see De Costro, No.
. 24, "B" Avenue No. 24, phone
2-1616.
FOR RENT:Apartments two bed--
rooms with two baths, sitting-orl-
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. Balm
6029 Balboa Avenue, Colon.
Phone 475-J or 517-J, ofter 6:30
p. m.
Wanted Position
Contract Strike
Idles 65,000
Garment Workers
NEW YORK. June 12 (UP>-
Sone 85,000 ladies garment
workers began a no contract,
no work" strike this morning
against 2.000 shops in the first
strike In 25 years in New York
City's largest industry.
Officials of the International
Ladles Garment Workers Union,
affiliated with the AFX, charged
that-four employers had failed
to.jJBp their word in two major
agjements they had approved
tenjpively in an earlier con-
irfiS___________________
6>ntanamo Fire
rned 3 Vessels
M 6 Hurt 11
.8HTNOTON. June 12
lie Ouan'anamo naval base
which killed six and in-
Id 11 Saturday involved a
ban fruit vendor's boat, a
. motor launch and a navv
the navv announced here
happened near the tun boa"
Qt-hen naso'lr. '-atlng on
water caught iirt.
WANTED: Cook housekeeper.
Phone 3-2672 for interview ap-
pointment.
MOTHERS, protect baby's feet the
best safest way you con. JUMPING-
JACK Shoes are recommended by
specialists. Sold exclusively at
IAIYLANDIA. No. 40, 44th St.,
Bella Vista, Tel. 3-1259.
Dollars Buy More
On Yugoslav Tour
By HELEN FISHER
BELGi{ --DE, Yugoslavia. June
12 (UPJ Jugoslavia has made
a strong new bid for tourist
trade by transforming Itself
from one ol the most expensive
countries In Europe Into one of
the cheapest vacation soots In
the world tor foreigners.
Foreigners who exchange hard
currency for Yugoslav dinars get
a virtual 70 per cent reduction
in hotel and restaurant prices
and a 50 per cent cut in all
other costs under a new system
announced by the National BanK
and the state travel agency
"Putnlk."
tor the past two years, for-
eigners have had a 50 per cent
reduction In a few speciiied ho-
tels and restaurants through the
so-called "Putnlk" dinars. But
they paid all other expenses In
normal oinars at the iaie of 50
to $1. The black market rate,
more nearly expressed the aln-
ars' actual purchasing power,
and Inflation nulliiled the ad-
vantage of the "Putnlk" dinar.
.Under the new system foreign-
ers get 5.000 "Putnlk" dinars,
plus 5.000 ordinary dinars for
each $100 and will oav 30 "Put-
nik" dinars and 30 ordinary
dinars for each 100 dinars bill-
ed in major hotels and restau-
rants and for certain other ser-
vices.
Thus a 100 dinar meal check
which would represent $2 at the
official exchange rate will ac-
tually cost only 90 cents. Previ-
ously the same 100 dinar check
cost SI In "Putnlk" dinars.
The new svstem will bring ho-
tel and restaurant prices for
ioreien tourists down to a level
comparable to. or lower than i
most European countries. I
."OR SALE:Frigidaire, 14 cubic foot
a I porceloin 25 or 60 cycle
Kitchen table heovy stainless steel
tcp. Solid mahogany tables and
mony other, things. 4-white side
wall ccrishion tires. Good Yeor 7.
10 x 15" 3000 miles of good
wtar. Casings perfect. $30.00. Call
:'!boo 2-2663 or 761 Bornebey
St.
LOST ft FOUND
LOST:G. E. Light Meter with car-
rying cose ot watei foil on read to
Bolboo. Reward Phone Noval Sta-
tion Ccco Solo Ext. 658 or P. O
Box 843
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments.
Livingroom, bedroom, kitchen
and bath all scieened. Tel. 3-
1648.
FOR RENT:Modern oportments. 2
bedrooms. living diningroom,
k.tchen, bathroom. Balcony facing
street. $80.00 monthly No. 6
and No. G Eost 36th street. Apply
No. 15 Eight Street, Ponam. Qui-
jono.
FOR RENT:In the Ruiz lliilding,
No. 15, second street Perejil. Mo-
dern apartments, one bedroom,
living-diningroom, kitchen. $60.
00 monthly. Apply No. 15 Eight
Street, Panom. Quijono.
FOR RENTIn Building No. 15 First
Street. Perejil. 2 one bedroom
opartments, living diningroom,
kitchen. $55.00 monthly each.
One two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
living-diningroom, kitchen, $80.-
C0. Apply No. 15 Eight Street,
Panam. Quijono.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
To regular users of
WELDWOOD GLUE
Our long-delayed shipment
HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Now available, for the first
time In Panam. In
S os.. to 2J pound (int.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
27 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
MASS FOR A CARDINAL Funeral ceremonies for Dennis Cardinal Dougherty of Philadel-
phia are held In SS Peter and Paul Cathedral in that city. Four Cardinals, who participat-
ed, are at extreme left. Bishop Carroll McCormlck, at the foot ot the altar, is beginning the
Solemn Fontlfical Mass of Requiem. Cardinal Dougherty's body rests upon a mahogany cata-
falque in the foreground.
Mr. & Mrs Canal Zone:
Mf CUSHIONS SLir-t'OVIKS .nrt
ur. h0,V"r,om c<"'" bull rnrnl-
L -*.'f 0ra" No n New Telephone S-4628.
FCR RENT:To responsible person.
Furni'hed aportment. 1 bedroom,
with twin beds, livingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, gas stove, refriger-
ator, electric. $75 month'y. No.
2. apartment 5. First Street Perejil.
Must have guorantce. Apply, No.
15 Eight Street, Panomi. Quijano.
FOR RENT: In Bello Vista. Son
Martin Avenue No. 6. Upstairs
apartment, entire floor, completely
furnished: large porch, bar, living-
room, diningroom, 3 bedrcoms, of-
fice, lorge bathroom, inquire bot-
tom floor.
LOST:Female Boxer Dog. dark red
Fawn, white feet. white chest.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts
cf this dog. Call 87-6205. Re-
ward.
FOR RENT:Comfortoble oportment.
House No. 5. First street, Perejil.
Tel. 2-1456.
LOST:Folder containing Army Poss.
ether Identification. Reward. Leon
Stba-tion. I. C. 283198. Curun-
du. 83-7296.
FOR RENT
MUrellaneoud
RAW,
IRRITATED
THROAT?
FOR RENT:Site, suitable for Bar-
ber Shop, bottom floor, house No.
8 Eost. 36th Street. Apply No. 15,
Eight Street. Ponamo. Quijono.
LESSONS
Learn poise, groce. balance. sell .
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leavf neme, address, ot de-k Bol-
boo YMCA or Box 106 Bolboo.
Harnetl 6 Dunn.
for Prompt Relief
TryTAHCRO
"or coughs due
to cold.
Pleisant-tasune effec-
tivefor both adults and

IT'S A
OOQ'UF
ALRIGHT
a^TM. NCfWICH

LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E 29th St
-
LEICA CAMERAS
Model 111* Synchronised
LENSES JU ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Farto Prices.
Porras
Plasa 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
Eleclrolux
Vacuum Cleaners
A limited amount still av-
ailable for direct shipment
at no increase in price.
Grawford Agencies
(Fuller Brush)
No. 18 -J." Street
Tel. Panam 2-2386
2-3265
Local Elks Leaving
To Attend Grand
Chicago Convention
Clyd H. Appleby. Exalted
Ruler of the Balboa Lodge No.
1414, will leave this month ior
Chicago to attend the 87th
Grand Lodge Convention of the
Benevolent and Protective Order
of the Elfcs. He will ba accom-
panied by his wife. In addition,
also attending the convention,
will be Mr. and Mrs. Harold J.
Zlerten, Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Dorgan. and Mr. and Mrs. Steve
GergenL
Over 50.000 delegates and
visitors are expected in Chicago
to attend this 87th Orand Lodge
Convention. Elks from the 48
states and such far-away places
as Hawaii, Puerto Rico. Alaska.
Guam, and the Canal Zone will
be on band.
The local delegates will at-
tend a series of meetings of the
Grand Lodge in the Stevens
Hotel, which include the elec-
tion of the new Grand Lodge
Officers. In addition. Elks
Lodges from all over America
! will participate in numerous
events including Trap and Skeet
shooting, band and Instrumental
contests, drill team contests,
and glee club and barber shop
quartet song fests. ,
Governor Adlal E. Stevenson
of Illinois and Mayor Martin II.
Kennelly of Chicago will be on
hand to greet the delegates.
Every major hotel in the Windy
City has been taken over by the
1 Elks for the five-day session and
i great hotel lobbies. In effect
! will resemble Elks Club quarters
1 Various civic and commercial
1 enterprises of Chicago are all
cooperating to make this 1951
. Elks convention one of the most
outstanding In history.
Economists Say Price War
Has Not Licked Inflation
By RAYMOND H. WILSON
[gica.
Just Arrived
LEICA Combination
Carrying Case for 15
Accessories.
LEICA Light Meter.
Below U.S. Prices.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoll Ave. Adi t
Off!c: Tfl. 2-337S -. Home S-7M
HOIRS Monda* thru t rid..
* In It am
Monda, Wednesday. Thursday
lo p.m
Siiurda am le I pm
FRESH UP
with
THE FAMILY DRINK.
You like it ... it likes
you The drink of all
drinks at a popular price.
Petite Blonde Says
Orchid-Growing Is
Incurable Disease'
By GAY PAl'LEY
NEW V.OKK. June 12 (UP)
Most women look at orchids
with longing. Audrey Raphael
looks at tnem and wonders
i about the:r chromosome count.
j Mrs. Raphael, a 25-vear-old
i native of .viiiourn, N. /., is an
1 expert on orchid cultivation and
handles the seeding of the lush
flower for greenhouses of Ralph
Kiesewetter, veteran orchid
breeder and grower ol Roslyn,
Long Island.
Chromosomes. Mrs. Raphael
explained, carry genes, the un-
seen factors which determine
characteristics ol plants and
animals, start trying to second
guess what kind of orchid you'll
produce by crossing some with
an Interesting chrom osorne
count, she said, and you'll find
wnat a fascinating business or-
chid growing is.
'Why," sa.d the pert blonde,
"orchid-growing is an Incurable
disease. You start by crossing a
couple of plants. then a few
more while you wait the seven
years to see what the first
crossing produced. So you never
stop."
Mrs. Raphael's father was the
first member of the family to
get the orchid-growing mania,
tver since Audrey can remem-
ber, she watched and helped her
father with his greenhouse, op-
erated only as a hobby. While
she was still in high school she
went to work lor a wealthy Mil-
burn woman who seeded thejn
commercially. She continued the
work while studying agricultural
chemistry at Rutgers University.
After graduat'on and mariage
to an accountant, Audrey Join-
ed the Kiesewetter greenhouses,
which grow more than 10.000
orchid varieties.
Under Kiesewetter's guidance,
Audrey has done some cross-
breeding and would like to do
more. Both she and her boss
agree that the fascination of
orchid-crossing is the uncer-
tainty of the results.
"You keen trying for a bloom
no one else ever produced. a
real world-shaker." she said.
The Raphaels live in Man-
hattan so she has little chance
to do anv orchld-ciltivatina at
home. At everv oorortunlty. she
visits her fr.mllv in Milburn and
WASHINGTON, June 12 (UP)
Covernment economists said
today New York's price war
proved inllation has been stop-
ped temporarily but warned that
it does not mean the problem
is licked.
The experts explained that
thvs price war was set off by an
unusual summer slump in retail
business because of big stocks.
Basically, however, the nation's
economy is- going full blast and
price-cutting by a few big de-
partment stores Is not likely to
last for more than a few weeks,
tire experts predicted.
After the price war ends, they
said, the cost of living will re-
main Just as high as it was be-
fore and Inflation again will be
a serious, problem.
Economists explained that the
price war was set off because
production of civilian goods is
setting new records. At the same
time customers were staying
away from stores In unsually
large numbers.
Buyers had to be.lured back
because inventories were getting
out of hand.
Storage space is expensive and
the merchandise Should have
been selling to provide income
for storekeepers and manufac-
turers. For these two reasons
the hlph inventories were costly.
Employment and Income sta-
tistics set new spring records
this year so storekeepers knew
their customers had money to
spend.
The number of working in
May was 61,193,000; unemploy-
ment was only 1,000,000, the low-
est since the end of World War
II and.personal Income in April
reached an annual rate of $244,-
400,000,000, a ripe of $1,500,000-
000 since March.
Some of the largest depart--'
ment stores in New York and a.
few other cities then began cut-
ting prices. Department stor,
sales in New York In the weed
ending June 2 shot up 24 peri
cent above a year ago. Thresv
weeks earlier, sales were lagging
behind last year. '.
Customers bought those ar-.
tides which had been reduced,
and they also purchased other
goods.
There is one danger In the bij
sales, a Commerce Department!
analyst said. Supplies of con-
sumer durable goods will ba
drained by this fall when short-
ages of raw materials are ex-'
pected to cut into productionj
he explained.
Most observers seemed to
think the Supreme Court de-'
cisin relaxing "fair trade""
pricing rules "only provided the
right excuse at the right time."
The ruling, they indicated, was
not the direct cause of the war.
she and her father head for the
greenhouse.
"Mv husband isn't interested
in orchids and neither is my
mother." she said. "So Dad and
I lust leave them to visit to-
gether."
Ask Mrs. Raphael what she
does for recreation after a dav
In her laboratory, nicknamed
the "Coop," and she replies:
"I paint. I paint orchids."
Reds Gain, Lose
Power in Italian
Municipal Voting
ROME. June 12 (UPl Tha
Communist bloc held a slight lead
over Premier Alcide de Gasperl's
Christian Democrats and allied
parties according to partial re-
turns from the municipal elec
tions held In one-third of Italy
over the week end.
But the Government coalition,
succeeded in wresting control oU
four important provincial cap!
tais from the Communist-lefJ
win? Socialist ticket.
The Communists won only one
city they had not controlled be-
forePescara.
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ThA Flrst-Nlgbtors: The premier famina will be slightly
Alleviate* when ^Ceurtln Time" lights hp a Broadway mar*.***
tala wAAk.. .They re being served by the spoonful: Another new-
comer Is due the following week, ana there will be only one open-
sag in July.. .Bastan donated ever $S4,te last week ta the musical
version of Booth Tarklngton's "Seventeen." They've been gettlnf
plenty af milsaie oat af this charming classic; It has been filmed
tariee and was a play twiee.. .Broadway's economy ax Is whittling
hare and slashing there. The cast of one musical show agreed to
a % salary shavo In an effort ta survive. The cut-rate tickets
can be had in bunches.. .Variety's blow-by-blew report of The
Critics vs. Shows disclosed that tba Show Season's loading
Hatchetman was, of aU people, the N. Y. Mirror's Robert Cole-
man. Ho turned In the greatest number of obituarios. Once he
was rated a tba sissy aaaenr the crrrrrltlcs liked everything.
Q. 1. Nathan, af ours, remains the No, 1 Knockout Man.. Now
hat tho lSt-51 Saaaaa hi over, ticket brokers are being In-
vestigated far the steenth time. He-hummmmns. Scalping evils
are always being exposed, instead of eradicated.
Off-Stagc At the Washington Post's annual Oolf Tournament
(for Celebs) Hap Ward of the AP asked Mr. Truman's Mike DISalle
how he got along with teevy's Dagmar..."Well," said Mike, "I got
up to the 36th parallel"...The AP was too genteel to uae It...
Prank Rontalne heard a producer say to ta starlet (he Just met):
"Tell me about yourself, your struggles, your dreams and your
phone number."
Stairway to the Stars: Yau wUl adore Mary Martin's successor
in "South Pacific." She la Martha Wright, playing Nellie Forbush.
She randera "I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy" with Mary's
magk. Has the stars mannerisms down perfect... Quito story
in this gal Martha. Had her choice of understudy in "So. Pae" or
to* femme lead in "Tree Grows in Brooklyn." She picked the right
howas "Tree" want sprout aa loirg aa "Pacific;'.. .MGM Is r-
lAAulng "Romeo A Juliet" (araund the country), and the ads
omitted Basil Rathbenc'm name. Ha caUad them up and rath-
boned: "Since Norma Shearer and I are the only ones still living
you should nao our names fat your ridiculous adverts* *?*
Gardner sings a number from "Pandora and tba Flying Dutch-
man" on an MGM record. This is Ava's own voice (aa are the re-
cordings from "Showboat"), but for thla film they dubbed hi an-
other's!. .Item: "Believe it or not, but Sherman BlUingeiey him-
self calls It "The Snub Room'." Tho way it was written here.
Tho Cinemagieians: "The Bedhead and the Cowboy" U a su-
perior bang-bang killodrama. Keeps the action pop-popping.
Glenn Ford portrays a sharpshooter who Is an asy target for
Rhonda Fleming's lovely ammunition.. ."King of the Bullwhlp is
a thorny cactus fable wherein the hero-zero settles all problems
with a lash. Give the scenarist ten of them..."The Hollywood
Story" stars Richard Conte in an entertaining mystery which is
good to the last clue..."Danger Zone" presents a generally tangy
opus spiced with peppery dialog..."M" U gifted with David
Wayne's emoting-sing. This somber Ule about a psychopathic
murderer la one nightmare you can see with your orbs open...
Cavalry Scout" Is another horse-happy saga. Don't forget to
bring a blanket.
The Alrtatocrata: Latest toevy Innovation la the Ball Games
(via ABC), featuring femme DiMaggloa. They toes such lovely
curvos. (That Winchell!)..."A Dato with Juay" la all right when
it wags the toll of ite puppy-lev. But oh. those_J*ks!.. The
Col'm recently christened Laraine Day as Miaa Daydream. Her
new toevy shew is titled "Daydreaming with Laraine*. ..Dagmars
tOrsO isn't tba only reason abe is Queen of Dollevlsion. She s also
a deft femmedian Jack Carson's NBCarnival would be funnier
without the sort of slapstick that Went Out with the Keystone
constables.. ."Down You Go" offers a bright and breesy new e.ulr.
Jt stresses Intelligence.. .Talk about mike-frightmare: The star
of a teevy shew (sponsored by a soda pop) was so Jittery at hla
premierebo plugged a beverage made by a competitor.. .jaca
R, Leonard is a funny fellow, but the material they have been
banding him is strictly Immaterial... Cugat'i proving again (via
Dumoni) that he knows how to build a fire under a rhumb. His
fiery tempos make you flip a hip. *
The Story-Tellers Chas. Stevenson's Sateveposter acorche*
the tall-feathers of Washington's vultures. The dollar-squanderers
(on the Federal payroll) who attempt to preasure Congress into
allocating more coin for their agencies. A vicious circle that leaves
taxpayers dizzy.. Look mag's firecracker: Russian spies have al-
ready thef ted 45 V. B. military secreto. What that might cost in
American Uves leaves you with the shudders Harper g en-
llghtener concern the little-known Nat'I Security Council It is
the nation'a most powerful policy-making group. People Today
devotes two pages to the new Runyon Awards for (of MM n
Journalism, theater, literature and allied arts..A braadvert In
The New Yorker coos: "Not even an admiring glance coud follow
your curves so closely".. .CBS Views the Press rep^d recen
piece on the Pulitzer Prizes. Prefacing It with: 'Some newspa-
permen may think some of his criticism is justified.
The Press-Box: Secy Acheson answers a backstab with a
handshake: Ho said the U. S. would bo willing to leave No. Korea
(under Communist control) If the Reds give "reUable assurances
St thoy wlU not renew their -*. Ohhhh! Th. 1Commun-
ists proved their promises are worthless by provoking the Korean
War! When wlU the Dept of State learn that you nnot am
rate? Thev can only be trapped.. Have some irony: After all that
todoodle about the Horrors of Gambling, Congressman F. D.
Roosevelt. Jr. declared he financed hi* victorious campaign with
the wagera be won betting Truman would be elected The polly-
annabrand of editorialising waa iUuatrated by opinion-moulders
ro.nlng that the High Court decision (In the 11 convicted Com-
mies) endangered civil liberties. Pecans! Communist Farty leaders
are not membere of a political1 party. They are troop, In M
foreign legin*. Jailing them doesn't impair our civil righta any
mere than putting Priaoners-of-War behind bars.
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By Victor Kissel
NEW YORK Gracefully th*
big transcontinental American
Airliner glided in for a smooth
landing at LaGuardla Airport
Thursday morning. Off it hust-
led a chap who was on hla way
to plan glvtnp this nation a
rough time in th* next lew
In a f*w hours, ho walked
through the back entrance of a
grimy loft building on Manhat-
tan's East 12th Street and soon
sat with other who, like him-
self, had been summoned hur-
riedly to this utterly secret stra-
tegy session of the Communist
Party's new high command.
The chap who'd Just ilown in
from San Francisco was William
Schnelderman, chairman of the
California Communist Party. He
was but one of the many im-
portant district functionaries
who were rushed in for new tac-
tical briefings now that the
Party' Jl top leaders ire on
their way to Jail and an alter-
nate high board is ready to take
TIt"wlll undoubtedly surprise
Comrade Schnelderman to learn
that his personal security effort
war* useless, but "e'est la guer-
re" and who started It any-
W After a routine check of those
present, the session began at
l-30 a. m. with its director
still convinced that they were
talking in utmost secrecy. The
district commissars were torn
of the Party's future operations.
Before the m-dayut-
$ton Is over, the regional
chief will be told to organ-
ize mass protests in benaii
of the penitentiary-bound
Politburo to shout tnatjro-
secutton of the *"*"f'
Communist chiefs meant
the persecution of legitimate
labor chiefs, and ***";
thing must stop the drive
to spread sentiment for the
appeasing of the Soviets in
Communist China and North
Korea. ..,,.
Experts who knew of this
guarded session which the Par-
ty took uch intricate steps to
camouflage, knew, too, that th
regional Communist chiefs were
being told to fan out as far a
California with word that the
Party's apparatus would con-
tinue to function, regardless of
all Indictments and raatt.
There was little doubt but
that th* neatly dressed, inocu-
ou looking "en and the lew
cause-crazy women were ex-
pected to go out and create dis-
turbances, send delegUon ot
union people to Washington t e
[up the docks, make >mpoH>*
wage demands, cause Jow-doan
strikes and run hundreds of
peace" rallies in the next 30
days. All this for the benefit of
he Comlnform radio, which
knows how to use. the rwchoto-
gical offensive a a military
weapon. ...
'The FBI employs ISO,-
000 secret agents; In the last
four years, 135,000 people
have been jailed and 130,-
000 have been deported, a
recent broadcast charged.
"The Fascist- policy of the
V. S. began in Sept. 1960,
when the law requiring
members of the Communist
Party and of democratic
parties to register was pass-
ed. Not long ago the U. S:
Attorney General announced
that the prosecution 0/ 12,-
000 people would begin. The
introduction of such fascist
measures in the V. S. proves
that the ruling circles are
weak."
All of this utter nonsense Is
beamed to the Orient, where It
stiffens the native will to resist,
for it spreads the ludicrous Im-
pression that there are over-
whelming pro-Soviet move-
ments in the U. 8. which we are
trying to suppress. So, as this
is being written, the Commun-
ist tacticians are ordering their
regional activists to get started
substantiating this impression.
How will it be done? Easily.
The Party has built peace
committees around friendly
unions in over 100 municipali-
ties. But In the following cities,
there are especially trained ca-
dres, and I list them so the areas
can alert themselves to any
sudden "peace" crusade:
There are 24 special area
networks built around the
following cities: New York;
Cleveland; Detroit; Minnea-
polis; San Francisco; Phila-
delphia; Los Angeles; Ne-
wark; Wilmington; Salt
Lake; Phoenix; Kansas Ci-
ty; Saint Louis; Denver;
Butte, Montana; Spokane,
Wash.; Coer d' Alent. Ida-
ho; Rock Island, III; Miami;
Hartford; Waterbury; New
Haven and New London,
Conn.; and Louisville^ Ky. j
How do they work? They run
demonstrations In the grass
roots states such as Montana,
where five peace rallies were
held last week. Or like those
Ford Co. unionists who should be
investigated immediately by the
government, they aend messen-
gers to the Foreign Ministers
Council In Paris, pushing the
same line aa the Soviets. Then
the stuff Is reprinted In the
Comlnform newspaper (as my
Comlnform Bulletin files prove)
or broadcast to the Orient by
Comlnform radio.
There's no sense keeping all
this so secret, comrades. I
thought I'd let everybody k-
iCopyrmht f5I Post-Halt
Syndicate, Inc.)

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Empty Thoughts
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. Went to a good ball game on
a fine, siinnv Sunday recently and noticed-you
could have shot off the fabled cannon with min-
ute chance of maiming a spectator. Noticed too
that the usual number of apartment-house
peerers, who used to free-load from roofs and
windows nearby, weren't in evidence.
Read also that the Joe Louis-Lee Savold tele-
vision rights have been sold to a group of thea-
ters. All of It must add up to the possibility
that the TV-set owner has about run his course
as a free spectator of stuff he used to trouble
himself financially to attend.
There Is no mistaking a truth: On a reason-
ably good screen, baseball, boxing, horse racing
and football come more clearly to- the client
than if he had the best seat at the scene. Apart
from the dubious benefits ot fresh air and the
high price of beer at the outdoor sporU, there
is- no real excuse for attendance. For the in-
door sports, there is no excuse for breathing
smoke ^at all if you can wangle a view on a
fair-grade set.
So simply, then, television is murdering out-
side entertainment as a paid-admissions busi-
ness, and so entertainment has a simple choice:
Take over television and become purely show
business via a fresh approach. This means that
the emphasis is off the box office and on the
TV advertiser. If the weight is heavy enough
on the advertiser he must find some way to
shrug it off onto the consumer. ..
I think that In the ease of most big sports
events you will see them eventually in theaters
or else some hero with a big budget who is
peddling breakfast bulgles will conclude that his
audience will be grateful enough for his product
to absorb the difference between box-office
profit and sponsor fee.
On the movlng-plcture side, theaters have
been closing like crazy, and there, too, the boys
must work out something in the way of com-
promise with the frightening convenience of
the TV set. A lot of the entertainment via vi-
deo is bad, but so is a lot of entertainment via
what I choose to oall the sliver screen. Differ-
ence being that there's so much entertainment
for free on the TV that some of It, like the
Oarroway show, must be good. And some more,
like the Kukla, Fran and Ollie Job, Is classic.
And it's there for the price of a beer in a sa-
loon or a small down payment and a sharp but
-iiequent installment.
Miss Rosalind Russell was saying the other
night that the movies have deglamorlzed them.-
selves considerably because of the ceaastlon of
aloofness by the stars. This seems to be true:
vou cannot twist a TV knob without seeing
some Hollywood hotshot making what passes
for conversation as a guest on somebody's dog-
food extravaganza. The pitcher queen ain't a
queen any more. 8he's right there in your liv-
ing room, with her hair hanging down. There
are more picture people in New York today than
there are pigeons in the park. And they're all
not the pigeonsshooting for a TV spot. Mo-
vies forthwith got to suffer.
You do not stand In a queue to hear Frankie
sing or see Marianne Velour in a picture when
you got Frankie right in your house and Mari-
anne is as familiar to the family as the milk-
man. I will take Miss Eileen Wilson on TV as
a singer rather than pay for her at the Para-
mount, because she is closer to the eye and ear,
and Miss Margaret Whiting comes more deeply
Into my affection if I can see her as well as
hear her. And for free.
For free Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca keep
me out of night clubs, mostly, and it is merely
a matter of time before my boy Bushkln will
play his piano steadily for the cameras. This
will keep me away from Bushkin's company,
which will turn out to be a boon to us both.
At least I'll get to bed earlier.
The crisis that the whole business of profes-
sional entertainment faces Is not the extinction
of any art form, such as rassling, or the pas-
sage of the "B" movie from our ken( but Just
how they can get together with television to in-
sure that the consumer pays as much as he
useter. I trust the American business sense; be
sure that the boys In baseball, boxing and Holly-
wood will find a way. __________
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
PARALYSIS IN BRITAIN
LONDON. The paralysis M the British gov-
ernment will probably be recorded by history as
one of the major misfortune of the year 19oi.
In the past six years, the British Labor party
has rebuilt this country's economy frOm, Its
bombed out foundationsan enormous achieve-
ment which should never be forgotten. But the
fact that the Labor government Is paralyzed to-
day, especially in the sphere of foreign affairs,
is also too Important to be Ignored.
What are the origins of this paralysis in Brit-
ain? One Is inclined to name disillusionment
as the root cause.
Within the last month, a symbolic confession
has been published by the popular British philo-
sopher, C. E. M. Joad. He was once a typical-
ly hopeful believer in the perfectibility of hu-
man society by science and socialism. But he
has now grimly announced that the expected
triumphs of science seem to him to be mainly
horrors. And he has added that socialism, in-
stead of bringing the promised fuller life to all.
appears to be bringing everyone down to the
same dead level of dreariness.
What this confession symbolizes Is British so-
cialism's loss of drive and even, perhaps of
faith in its own future. The British welfare
state has been established, but that Job is main-
ly done. Industry has been nationalized, but
without producing any economic heaven on
earth. National planning haa been tested, but
the unanticipated drawbacks have almost bal-
anced the hoped for advantages.
Hence even the leaders and Idea-men of Brit-
ish socialism, although thy are still proud of
what has been done already, are visibly very
far from clear in their own minds about what
ought to be done next. The effect of this loss
of any sure sense of direction Is in turn vastly
intensified by the increasing strain of the cold
war.
The strain of the cold war takes two forms.
First there Is the Influence. In Itself directly
paralyzing, of the weakness of Britain's present
defenses. Second, there Is the conflict between
.-.ocla list notions of the right thing to do, and
the pollcv decisions that cold war necessities
relentlessly enforce. The major casualty of this
conflict Is, ol course, the brilliant Aneurin B-
van.
To be sure, there is no longer any doubt at
all that Bevan's only reason for leaving the
cabinet was the charge for health service false
teeth and spectacles Imposed by the courageous
new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Hugh Oalt-
skell. If OalUkell had yielded a little to Bevan
on this one point, as most of the cabinet hoped
he would, Bevan would have stayed. Thus the
general attack on the British defense program
in Bevan's resignation speech was essentially an
argument after the event.
At the same time, however, there is also no
doubt that Bevan spoke for the thirty or forty
leftwlng socialist members of Parliament who
would put welfare state requirements ahead of
defense requirements. This group inevitably
exercises a disproportionate influence, In view
of the government's precarious majority. And
they are all the more important now that they
have found a leader In Bevan. who used to be
the boldest advocate of a tough line with Mos-
cow.
Finally, the British government noto suffers
from a simple problem of leadership, disclosed
by the replacement of Ernest Bevln with Her-
bert Morrison. Morrison has always focused ex-
clusively on Britain's internal problems. He Is
primarily a party manager, dangerously Inex-
perienced in the harsh realities of foreign pol-
icy. Yet Morrison was considered the only man
available with sufficient stature to be made For-
eign Secretary when brave old Bevln's health
finally failed.
In these circumstances, only the dominant
authority of stout hearted Prime Minister Attlee
prevent a really disastrous outcomesuch as
another desperate effort to see a phony "peace
In our time."
But even Attlee cannot overcome the simple
weariness of his government, Its deep reluctance
to take any positive action or even to reach any
serious long range decision. Such is the nature
of Britain's partial paralysis, whose effects will
be felt In the whole staggering range of world
problems, all the way around the circle from
Oerman reaormament to the Korean war, until
there Is some sort of upheaval here.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.
THE WASHINGTON-Edlt. Page-
Drew Pearson says: Telling on General Motors doesn't ppy;
Unfriendly diplomats eat up MacArthur hea'rintis;
Baltimore judge figures in B. & 0. bankruptcy sca/ndal.
WASHINGTON. Apparently it doesn't pay to tell Cdtlg^s
how General Motors gets favored treatment on steel allocations.
The government official who had the nerve to do so, Col. William
8. Knight, has now been squeezed out of his Job.
Col. Knight ia the official inside the National Production
Authority who testified before Congressman Manny Celler's mono-
poly committee regarding 4,563 tona of steel which the NPA al-
lotted to General Motors, at the very same time four other NPA
applications for steel made by locomotive companies were con-
veniently "lost."
u
Knight was advised by his associates in the NPA not to tes-
tify. However, when called before the Congressional committee, he
told the truth. Hl testimony gave insight on what has been going
on inside this vital war agency which allocates steel and other
precious materials to Industry.
Melvln Cole, a vice president of Bethlehem Steel, on loan to
the government at no salary, okayed th* extra 4,563 tons of steel
to Oeneral Motors. So also did Henry Rankln, loaned to the NPA
by Republic 8tecl. Both Republic and Bethelehem do a land-offlc*
business with General Motors.
Meanwhile, Baldwin locomotives, which wanted extra steel for
45 locomotives, had Its application "lost." So did three other com-
panies which had no one inside the NPA. Twice Col. Knight put
through their allocations, but twice they got "lost."
After Col. Knight testified, his chief, Franz Stone, also on
loan to the government by the Columbus McKlnnon Chain Co.,
held an emergency meeting In his office until nearly midnight.
Stone's company also does business with General Motors. Next
morning, the NPA personnel officer, Herschell Snead, handed Col.
Knight a typed resignation and asked him to sign it.
Knight hesitated. Several days passed. It became clear tha
if he didn't get out peaceably he would be boycotted and isolated.
All papers usually routed to him, were routed around him. Matt
Tate, who had bawled him out for testifying before Congress, was
appointed to the Job Knight had been promised assistant chief
of the division. Finally, Knight signed the resignation handed him
by the personnel office.
A New England railroad man, he Is going back to Lyndonville,
Vt., where he came from.
NOTEA steady stream of Industry men, working "woe"
"without compensation," have operated the National Production
authority. Since they are paid by their own companies, not by
the government, their first loyalty frequently 1 to their company.
Some companies even make It a policy to plant men Inside kef
government agencies to make sure their friends are favored.
SOVIET LIGHTS BURN LATE
Most Important topic of conversation in the diplomatic corpa
.hese days Is the way the United States Is revealing priceless
secrets of war strategy to a potential enemy in the Kremlin.
Foreign military attaches and diplomats are reading every Una
of the Senate hearings on MacArthur and sending voluminous
copies back to their governments as a future textbook on what
this country will do In case of war. They say that never In modern
history have they seen so complete a revelation of Important po-
licies supposed to be kept secret.
Friendly diplomats have expressed private concern over tho
MacArthur hearings. Unfriendly diplomats are eating up the
hearings like duck soup. It Is estimated In diplomatic circles that
the MacArthur revelations will save the Soviet several million dol-
lars of Intelligence money which it otherwise would have spent In
this country.
Military attaches point out that It is common practice for a
foreign army to spend months studying the personality of one im-
portant military leader, such as Oen. Omar Bradley, and how ho
wlU react In certain situations. The United States, for Instance,
brought Gen. Al Wedemeyer Into the War Plans Division during;
the war because he had previously been stationed in Berlin- ana
knew the personalities and habit of certain German generals.
Outguessing the enemy is one of the fundamentals of war.
That's why this Information is so Important.
Now, as a result of the MacArthur hearings, the enemy know
Just exactly how Oen. Bradley, Oen. Joe Collins, Adm. Forrest
Sherman and Oen. Hoyt Vandenberg all would react should we
get Into an all-out war, how far an enemy could push us, before
getting into war, and so on. .
No wonder the lights burn late In the Soviet Embassy,, every
evening after the MacArthur hearings.
B. & O. DISCLOSURE
One of the most important disclosures in the suppressed RFC-
Baltimore and Ohio railroad report, now made public after four
years In a Senate safe, Is the attitude of a U.S. District Judge In
Baltimore Judge William C. Chesnut.. '
The Senate report now shows that Judge Chesnut had owned
Baltimore and Ohio RR bonds and actually voted these bond* in
favor of the B. dr O. bankruptcy plan In 1939, the year the ^rail-
road first went into receivership.
Judge Chesnut, according to the hitherto suppressed report,
ha been careful to sell his bonds Just before the B. it Or case
came to his Court, though he neglected to notify the affected
bondholders. Then he wrote an opinion in favor of the same bank-
ruptcy plan that he had voted for as a bondholder.
In his 1939 opinion. Judge Chesnut found that by 1944, the
B. 6c O. would be able to meet its $87,000,000 debt to the RFC and
would not be in need of a second bankruptcy proceeding.
Five years later, however. Judge Chesnut sat on the second
B. it O. receivership case, and also voted for bankruptcy. BUT be-
fore the 1944 case wa ent to court, Russell Snodgrass, a Jesse
Jones man placed Inside the railroad as financial vice-president,
took the precaution to phone Judge Chesnut and ask whether hla
1939 opinion would embarrass him In sitting on the 1944 ase.
Judge Chesnut's answer was: "No."
NOTESome Senators got the Impression that because tho
B 6r O. case was reviewed by the courts, there was no reason for
publishing the Senate Banking and Currency Commllttee report
prepared by Senator Tobey. However, the last court review occur-
red in 1945, and dealt .with whether the railroad was able to pay
its RFC debt. The Tobey report two years later dealt with the
peculiar political maneuvering and wirepulling which siphoned ofr
money and thereby put the railroad in the position of being unable
tc pay its debt.
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tobal. Mr. Jenks Is employed
by the Panama Railroad.
MR. AND MRS. MARTIN ETIENNE of Guttenberg, New Jer-
n>, aboye, following their recent wedding. Mrs. Etienne is
the former Miss Jane Parks Bevington, daughter of Mr. and
Mis. Harold P. Beviniton of Margarita. The Etienne-Beving-
ton wedding took place at St. John's Episcopal Church in
Union City, New Jersey, Saturday May 12th, with Reverend
John Pomfret performing the double ring ceremony.
The bride was given In mar-1
'age by her uncle, Mr. John
{Johnson of Rock; Stream. N.
>ne wore a gown of blush
ok satin and nylon net, fash-
_oed with a fitted bodice hav-
Jlg long sleeves. The full skirt
had an oversklrt of net. and
was ballerina length. Shadow
appliques of llllies of the valley
trimmed the bodice arl skirt. A
ilngtrtlp veil of Illusion was
held in place by a matching,
helmet-styled cap, trimmed with j
seed pearls. She carried an old- I
fashioned bouquet of white 11-1
lacs, llllies of the valley, snap- j
dragons, sweetheart roses and
baby's breath.
Mrs. Joseph Desch, of East
Orange, New Jersey, was her
only atendant. Her dress was|
of duty rose pontong with which i
she wore a matching hat. She i
carried an old-iashioned bou-!
quet of mixed spring flowers.
Mr. Alfred Antonlettl was best
man for Mr. Etienne.
The bridal couple left for a
wedding trip In the Pocono
Mountains following a reception
in the private dining room of
the Cotel Tairmont at Jersey
city
MX3. Etienne recently resign-
ed hr position on the nursing
staff of Christ Hospital, Jersey
City.
.The out of town wedding
guests Included Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Johnson of Rock
Slream, N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur L. Miner, formerly from
the Isthmus, but now residing
In Rork Slream, Mrs. Emma
Smallwood of Mount Vernon.
New York, end Miss Mildred
tleely of Balboa.
Dinner Dance at Fort Gulick
The Fort Gulick N. C. O
Wivej Club held their seml-an- ,
nual Installation dinner dance
at the N. C. O. Club Saturday
evening, with their husbands
and guests attending.
Mrs. Roy Smith served as
Master of Ceremonies and pre-
sented orculd corsages to the
retiring officers. They In turn
presented corsages to the in-
coming officers. The club mem-
bers wore corsages of gardenias.
Mrs. G. E. Smith, the retiring i
president" gave Mrs. Pauline I
Marsh, the new president, a
gaily decorated gavel.
In appreciation of her work i
with the organization. Mrs.
Smith was given a matching!
bracelet and earring set, by her
friends.
A door prize of a sewing kit
was won by Mrs. Robert J. Mc-
Kelvey, and a pen and pencil
desk set was won by Mr. Jess
A. Friese.
The successful affair was ar-
ranged by Mrs. William Bell,
Mrs. David Harshaw, Mrs. Ar-
thur Crandall, Mrs. Roy Smith
and Mrs. Roy Harvey.
Cocktails were served In the
louhge of the club preceding
dinner. Dancing followed, to the
strains of Roy Rodgers Orches-
tra.
Arrivals and" Departures
Mr. Daulton Mann, Jr.. arrived
last week to assume the duties
of Mr. Dashwood P. Darling, the
assistant manager of Panama!
Agencies in Cristobal.' Mr. Dar-
ling: is being transferred to the!
San Francisco Office of the
company.
Mr. Mann Is the son of the
late executive vice-president of
the Grace Line. He is a gradual c-
of Yale University and served
as an officer on a destroyer i
durini; World War II. Mrs. Mann
and their chlllren will join him
in September.
Lieutenant (jgi David Beere,
U. 8. N left during the weak-
end for duty at Washington, D.
C. Lt. Beere Is well-known on
the Atlantic Side of the Isth-
mus where he was formerly em-
ployed by. the Standard Oil Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Flynn.
of Balboa, were over during the
weekend for the departure of
their daughter, Miss Marguerite
Ellen, who will attend summer
school in the States. On Mon-
day their son, Peter G., Jr. ar-
rived from attending College In
Buffalo, N. Y.
Teen-Age Parties
W. O. and Mrs. Carl Cooper
arranged a buffet supper and
dinner dance In the banquet
room of the N. C. O. Club at
Fort Gulick Friday evening.
Novelties were given as prizes
for different dances.
The guests included: Mrs.
William Coleman, who is in
charge of the teen-age club of
Fort Gulick with Sergeant Day-
mond Behnay and Misses Helen
Hayden. Janet King, Joyce
Cookson, Jean McDanlels. Diane
Scheidegg, Elaine O'Hayer, Mar-
cy Rudge, Alice Chambers, Vir-
ginia Dlgnam, Nancy Montebello
and Messrs: James and Chris
Pumpelly. Henry Hartz, Robert
Barr and Dean Piala.
Miss Ruby Pabon, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pabon,
of New Cristobal was hostess for
a party at her home during
the weekend.
The high school colors of blue
and gold were used In the gen-
eral decorations of the ground
floor of the residence.
The guests enjoyed an eve-
ning of games and dancing, af-
ter which refreshments were
served.
The guests were: Misses Marie
Fraser, June Rowley, Mildred
Marquard, Donna Humphrey,
Betty Smith, Jeannette Wach-
tel, Arllne Lim, Dorothy Mon-
roe, Doris Pabon with Messrs'.
John Anderson, John Hatjl,
John Roberts, Jack Woods, Bill
Edmonds, Charles Lessard, Man-
uel Perez, Tony and Basilio Ta-
garapulos, Tony Dyer, Andy
Fraser, John, Eddie and Jerry
Pabon.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 11, M5I
THE FOUR HAPPY GIRL SCOUTS shown have Just received
their Caps for sixteen hours service as Nurses Aides at Gor-
gas Hospital. They are, from left to right Mltzle Slegel,
Joanna Hummer, their leader Mrs. W. N. Pence, Judy May
and Mary Rose. They are members of Senior Servle Troop
No. 11 of Balboa.
Rainbow Meeting
The Order of the Rainbow ,for
Girls will hold their regular
meeting Thursday evening with
Miss Jeannette Marquard, Wor-
thy Advisor and her officers
presiding for the first time. This
will be an Informal meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H.
Jenks and young daughter, Nor- ,
TROPICAL-THURSDAY
'. BfVfKlr
X
Meeting of Woman's Auxiliary
of Church of Our Saviour
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Church of Our 8avlour will meet
at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at the
Church. This, will be the last
meeting until fall, and will be
the last meeting at which Mrs.
Dashwood Darling will preside,
as she Is leaving for the States
In July.
Gatun Notices
There will be a meeting of the
Gatun Civic Council at 7:30 p.
m. Wednesday in the commun-
ity room of the clubhouse. Plans
for the July 4th celebration will
be made.
The Gatun Civic Theatre
Board Meeting will be held at
the clubhouse Thursday at
7:30 o.m All members and In-
terested residents are Invited to
attend.
Fire Alarm System
In Balboa Dislricl
Being Modernized
The modernization and reha-
bilitation of the Fire Alarm sys-
tem in the Balboa district Is ap-
proximately 90 per cent complete,
according to the monthly report
of the Panama Canal's Electrical
Division. The Balboa district is
that section of the Canal Zone
south of Diablo crossing.
Eleven new fire alarm boxes
were Installed. Locations of some
of the new boxes are La Boca,
Williamson Place and the Bal-
boa Armed Service Y.M.C.A.
Other fire alarm boxes, such as
those in the Old Corral area were
relocated for better distribution.
The fire alarm system In An-
cn and Diablo was recirculted,
taking It out of the telephone sys-
tem and setting lt up in its own
system. All equipment in the
Balboa fire station was replaced
and modernized.
Plans for the modernization of
the fire alarm system were first
made about two years ago. Some
delay was experienced In obtain-
ing material and the actual work
was started about seven months
ago.
Other work being done by the
Construction and Maintenance
Branch of the Electrical Division,
according to the monthly report.
Includes:
Continuation of the rehabilita-
tion of the electrical distribution
I systems at Pedro Miguel and Ml-
[ raflores Locks; additional work
j on the replacement of the tele-
i phone systems at Pedro Miguel
and Miraflores Locks; beginning
of rehabilitation work on the
electrical distribution and tele-
phone systems at Gatun Locks;
continuation of re-wiring of Sec-
tion B at Gorgas Hospital; work
in connection with the new quar-
ters construction. program at'
Diablo and Ancon and continua-
tion of relocation and protection
of electrical facilities In the An-
con area where grading is under
way for the new quarters pro-
gram.
Texas U. To Hold
Latin American
Fine Arts Festival
AUSTIN, Texas, June 12 (USIS)
Scholars and artists from Pan-
am, Mexico, Cuba and Guate-
mala will take part in a Latin
American Fine Arts Conference
and Festival, June 14-17, at the
University of Texas.
Joint sponsors are the univer-
sity's Institute of Latin Ameri-
can Studies and the College of
Fine Arte. Sessions on music, art
and drama are scheduled, with
outstanding cultural leaders of
the United States Joining the
guest artists.
Chancellor James P. Hart of
the university will open the con-
ference Thursday with an ad-
dress of welcome. Mexico City's
foremost string quartet, "Cuarte-
to de Mexico," will then be pre-
sented in concert.
Climax of the festival will be a
concert June 17 by Alfredo de St.
Malo, a noted violinist and Di-
rector of the National Conserva-
tory of Music and Dramatic Art
In Panam.
Balboa Elks To
Hold Flag Day
Program Thurs.
Panam Canal Zone Lodge No.
1414, B.P.O. Elks will celebrate
the Flag Day by public observ-
ance at the Elks Home this
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
The principal speaker will be
E. J. Egllnton, Department Com-
mander, Veterans of Foreign
Wars.
Beautiful music will take a
leading part in the ceremonies
any many patriotic songs will be
offered by the "Vocal-Aires"
whose voices will depict the His-
tory of America in song. '
Assisting the officers of the
lodge In the History of the Flag
will be the Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica.
All Elks and their friends are
urged to attend. After the pro-
gram refreshments will be served
in the lounge.
Fashion Publisher's
Agent Visiting Panama
Stanley R. Mitchell, of the
American Mitchell Fashion Pub-
lishers, arrived in Panam yes-
terday for a three-day visit. He
represents one of the oldest firms
specializing in fashions' for cus-
tom men and ladles wear, estab-
lished 78 years ago.
They publish style books for
men and women's custom wear,
as well as textbooks on cutting
and designing men's clothes.
Mitchell will continue his trip
throughout all the capitals of
South America. In Panam he is
visiting his agent, the Army-Navy
Store.

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By ERSKINE JOHNSON
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HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Will
Freeman Gosden and Charles
Correll of radio fame retire now
that they're behind the scenes,
producing half-hour TV film
comedies with a flesh-and-blood
Amos. Andy. Klngfish, Llghtnjn',
Henry Van Porter, Sapphire and
Madinne Queen?
The airwave veterans of 23
years sat In their Beverly Hills
office and admitted that the pas-
tures of retirement looked migh-
ty inviting.
"We'll go on doing our radio
show for a while," correll said.
"I guess you might say that we're
staying around for the end of ra-
dio."
Gosden. who's been supervising
the TV film productions with his
partner, shrugged his shoulders:
"After being in television this
short period of time, we realize
that these 23 years In radio have
been Just make-believe.
"Television is a killer. It's big.
It scares you."
The comedians searched for
over a year and interviewed hun-
dreds of applicants to find Negro
duplicates of the characters they
created on radio. Alvln Chlldress
and Spencer Williams play the
Amos and Andy roles. Charles
Barton, lured from Abbott and
Costello feature comedies, is di-
recting the TV films which have
a three-day shooting schedule.
"We crowd as much productioh
value Into 30 minutes," Correll
announced, "as a major studio
puts Into a full-length B picture."
It's definite that Vic Mature
won't resume the lead m "Wild
Fire," the picture that shuttered
last year when he broke his leg.
"I never wanted to do the film In
the first place," Vic growled on
the set of "The Las Vegas Story."
... Ann Dvorak Is fretting In
Europe over the new whispers
that she and her agent hubby
Igor Dega have rifted. Not true.
Elmo Lincoln's idea for a. Holly-
wood stock company of old time
stars whose salaries in film Jobs
will be paid by the combined
major studios, is gaining Industry
favor. It's the best plan yet for
Hollywood to take care of Its film
pioneers.
TV or not TV:
Loretta Young: "I'd love to
make pictures for TV. The quick-
er Hollywood gets around to
making them, the better it will
be."
Robert Ryan: "It's here to stay.
We're all going to be in lt."
Joan Blondell: "Television film
Is fine, but live TVthat's mur-
der. You race around the studio
like a mad thing. Nobody knows
anything." ,
Eve Arden: "They want me to
do 'Our Miss Brooks' u a live
show. I want to do it on film. '...
get Into big arguments about it.1
Fifi D'Orsays night club war-
bling has revived studio interest
in her peppy oo-lah-lahs. She'l
already tested for a French Tex-
as Guian role with Fred Astaira
In MOM's "The Belle of New
York." After four years of mar<
riage to the human French 75,
hubby Ricky LaRlcos. who man-
ages her career, says:
"I've got her speaking a lltL,
Greek and she's got me speakln,
a little French and the night clut
owners don't know what we'n
saying."
Frank DeVol and his wife.l
Grayce, walked out of a movis
theater and saw a tremendous
line waiting outside. Said Frank.|
"We must have seen a good mo-
vie."
Rita Hay worth's Jewel collec-
tion, In Hollywood for appraisal,!
is worth a cool million. BaublesI
from three husbands Edward I
Judson. Orson Welles and Alyl
Khan. I
Yep, diamonds are a girl's bestl
friend. -^
Short Takes: Don't be gurpris-l
ed if Larry Parks pops up in "The I
Larry Parks Story"the Inside oa|
what happened to him. and why. [
It's the reason he's nixing all)
newspaper syndicate and'magfc-l
sine offers to write the yam....I
Now It's John Rlngllng North in I
a TV film dealplans for a video-1
series with a circus background .,|
...Sight of the month: Georgi
Raft dining with three men.
Definition of a gentleman:
wolf with patience.
Are Jane Wyman and Ronald
Reagan headed for re-marrlage?
They were very cosy in a car on
a coast road.
Gloria Jean, once Universal'*) |
big kid star, will do a theater-
night club tour In a dance act.....
Fred MacMurray's wife, ill foft
years, is now on the road to per-'
manent recovery___ Joel Mc-
Crea will star in "San Francis
Story."... "Miss America," based!
on the Atlantic City pageant,
will be filmed as a musical at |
Warner Brothers.
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Wednesday "ASTONISHED HEAR'T'
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Harold LLOYD Jimmy CONI.IN
"MAD WEDNESDAY"
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Kurd HATFIELD Joyce MacKENZIE
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
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los
Se pedir accin contra Panam
barcos que operan con los rojos en Asia
El Congreso de EE.UU. va a
iniciar una campaa para
que no enven armas a China
"I/ barcos bajo matrcula panamea son
un colador mediante el cual llegan a los
comunistas materiales de fuerra" Magnuson
Los ejrcitos aliados
tringulo de hierro
rompen el
en Corea
Por STEFFAN ANDREWS
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Junio 12 (EPS)
Se les pedir a la Naciones
Unida que se muestren firmes
con Panam por permitir que
barcos propiedad de los (Esta-
dos Unidos lleven cargamento
de materiales de guerra a la
China comunista, anuncise hoy
en crculos autorizados aqu.
Dicha accin, segn se supo
en esta capital, ser la parte
principal de una campaa que
llevara a cabo el Congreso pa-
ra darle el alto al transporte
de materiales de guerra en
barcos matriculados bajo la
bandera panamea.
El senador demcrata Warren
O. Magnuson, del estado de es-
tado de Washington, presiden-
te de un subcomit senatorial
que investiga los embarques de
materiales de guerra, dijo -que
estaba recabando l respaldo ds
las Naciones Unidas para obli-
gar a todos los paises a cum-
plir con las sanciones econmi-
cas votadas recientemente.
"Le estoy escribiendo a Wa-
rren, embajador de los Esta-
dos Unidos en las Naciones Uni-
das, para que trate de conse-
guir que el gobierno panameo
se muestre firme con todas esas
actividades de embarque", dijo
Magnuson.
El senador, que visit recien-
temente Hong Kong en relacin
con los embarques de materia-
les de guerra, declar que la
matricula de barcos bajo la
bandera panamea no slo
constitua un "colador" me-
diante el cual les llegaba a los
comunistas material de guerra,
sino que tambin es un medio
de evitar el pago de impues-
tos al tesoro norteamericano.
Afirm Magnuson que estos
barcos matriculados bajo ban-
dera extranjera estaban esca-
pando al pago de hasta quinien-
tos millones de dlares al ao
en contribuciones al tesoro fe-
deral, por medio del "truco" de
brindarle asilo a las Inversio-
nes norteamericanas en el ex-
terior. I
El barco corriente de matri-
cula nortea m e r 1 c a n a paga,
cuando funciona todo al ao,
alrededor de unos cien mil o
ciento cincuenta mil dlares en
impuestos, y los buques-tan-
ques que funcionan todo el ao
pagan ms de doscientos mU d-
w la oacma a columna )
Cuestan B.60.000 las
sesiones de la Cmara
Estn pendientes de aprobacin tres convenios en-
tre Panam y los Estados Unidos
Ejecutivo de Facultades Extra-
ordinarias Pro-Tmpore.
3.Convenio entre el Gobier-
no de los Estados Unidos y Pa-
nam, por medio del cual se da
asistencia para el desarrollo eco-
nmico e Industrial.
4.Acuerdo para el desarrollo
de un programa de Higiene y
Salubridad entre Panam y los
Estados Unidos.
5.Nombramiento de los Ge-
rentes de la Caja de Seguro
Social, Banco de Urbanizacin,
Lotera Nacional de Beneficen-
cia, y Banco Agropecuario.
Tambin se nos explic que
en caso de que el Ejecutivo no
convoque a Sesiones Extraordi-
narias, se efectuarn maana
dos sesiones: Una para aprobar
en tercer debate los proyectas
que se prueben hoy y otra para
clausurar la Legislatura.
La sesiones de la Asamblea
Nacional que se clausurarn ma-
ana cuestan al pas ms de se-
senta mil balboas, segn infor-
mes suministrados por el Secre-
tarlo General de la Presidencia,
don Jos M. Vrela.
Esta suma corresponde a los
gastos de representacin y al
aumento de sueldo de B.200 a
cada Diputado durante la pri-
mera quincena del presente mes
de mayo.
Por otra parte, en la Secre-
tara General de la Asamblea
se Inform hoy que habia pen-
dientes de aprobacin los si-
guientes asuntos:
lo. Proyecto de emprstito pa-
ra el Hotel "El Panam", por
B.1.500,000.
2.Proyecto de Ley por medio
del cual se reviste al rgano
Aprueban prstamo
de $190.000.000
a la India en EE.UU.
WASHINGTON, Junio 12
rjsiS) Al aprobar el Senado
el proyecto de ley por la cual
se prestarn ciento noventa
millones de dlares a la India
para ayudar a ese pals a hacer
frente a la amenaza del ha:.i-
cre, se ha completado la accin
del Congreso sobre esta medida.
La ley pasa a'nora a la Ca*a
Blanca- para la sancin presi-
dencial.
El Senado aprob la ley ayer
por votacin nominal despus
de un debate de aproximada-
mente una hora.
Tal como ha sido aprobada.
Vj. medida representa un com-
promiso entre los proyectos re-
parados originados en cada uv.a
t!e las cmaras del congreso. Ir-
Cmara de Representantes la
habia aprobado el 8 de Junio
No te permitir
fumar en el Cine
Los coreanos siguen en su
retirada por todo el frente
de batalla de la Pennsula
Ms de doscientos Profesores se
han presentado al Concurso para
Ctedras vacantes en Educacin
La Direccin de Educacin
Secundaria inform en la ma-
ana de hoy que se han presen-
tado ms de doscientos asn-
rantes a las 81 ctedras que ea-
ten abiertas a concurso en los
Tuvo accidente en
la Zona del Canal
el Srio. de Gobierno
Ayer en la tarde el autcro-
TU del Secretario del Ministe-
rio de Gobierno y Justicia, on
Armando Moreno O, tuvo una
elisin con otro, manejado por
En Polica de la Zona del Canal.
Segn informaciones logradas
por ste peridico, el accidente
te debi a negligencia por por-
te de el polica zoneita, quien
nc titube en aceptar la plena
responsabilidad del accidente.
accediendo pagar los daos o-
i-slonados al automvil del Se-
cretarlo Moreno.
Nos cabe tambin informar,
que en todo momento la polica
zoneita se port atento con ei
Sr. Moreno.
CITACIN
Se notifica a todo lo alctc-
bros del Club Mlura que e.->ta
noche a las ocho se celebrar
una importante reunin ei. el
Club Unin, solicitndose la a-
sistencia a todos los socios.
Jallo Vaide
Secretarlo
diferentes colegios de la Rep-
blica, y por consiguiente el l'i-
.ado se ha visto impedido de
rendir el Informe correspon-
diente en el dia de hoy.
Se nos inform asimismo que
-.sta es la cifra ma alta que se
ha registrado hasta ahora en un
concurso a ctedras para escue-
las secundarlas.
Se espera que el Jurado ten-
sa listo su informe dentro de
las prximas veinticuatro no.as.
Las ctedra vacante estn
distribuidas en todo lo cole-
dlos secundarios de la Repblica
y su otorgamiento ea necesario
pura evitar que continen kiii
dar algunas materias los alum-
nos que no tienen profesores.
En Argentina mueren
8 personas cuando
se estrell un avin
LA PLATA, Argentina. Junio
12 (UP) Ocho persona pere-
cieron carbonizadas al estallar-
y hacerce aicos en medio de
una explosin un avin de la
Cruz Roja Argentina cerca de
sta ciudad durante una tor-
menta.
El avin, que volaba a Bania
desde Comodoro Rlvadavia le-
vaba tres pacientes a los cuales
asistan dos mdicos, asi c/imo
cinco tripulantes.
La prohibicn de fumar en los
salones de cinematgrafo y en
los teatro* durante las funcio-
nes corrientes, comenzar a ser
eeetlv 4Pw memento a otro,
regun se Inform en el Ministe-
rio de Gobierno y Justicia.
Esta prohibicin fu amplia-
mente discutida en la conferen-
cia celebrada por los Goberna-
dores y se estim que la meaida
es conveniente desde muchos
puntos de vista, siendo una prc
tica acostumbrada en la mayor
parte de los pases-
Para un cargo en
Guatemala escogen
a Rubn 0. Oro S.
El profesor Rubn O. Oro S., ha
sido escogido por el Instituto de
Nutricin de Centro Amrica y
Panam, para desempear el car-
go de bioqumico de esa Institu-
cin que tiene cede en Guatemala.
El escogimiento fu hecho por
el Director del Instituto de Nu-
tricin seor Nevln 8. Scrims-
haw, por considerar que es el can-
didato de Panam que mejores
aptitudes tiene para el mencio-
nado cargo.
El profesor Oro acaba de re-
gresar de Italia, donde estuvo dos
aos becado por el Gobierno de
ese pais, para realizar cursos de
post-graduado en Qumica In-
dustrial y bioqumica.
Hacen reconocimiento
a la Universidad en
revista del Exterior
'L'Archltecture d'AuJourd'hui"
(La Arquitectura de Hoy) as
una revista muy exclusivista y
selecta que se publica en Pars,
dirigida por el gran arquitec-
to Andre Bloc. Ella consagra
cualquier proyecto u obra ar-
quitectnica que publique.
El nmero 34 correspondien-
te a los meses de febrero y
marzo de esta revista, viene de-
dicado a construcciones escola-
res contemporneas de Francia,
los Paises Bajos, Gran Breta-
a, Suecla, Estados Unidos, Bra-
sil, Panam, Mxico y Vene-
zuela.
A Panam se le ha hecho el
honor en esta preciosa revista
de la cual ha llegado ya un
ejemplar a la Universidad de
dedicarle cuatro pginas con
fotografas, planos y explica-
ciones, a' la Ciudad Universita-
ria y de exaltar la obra de los
arquitectos Mndez Guardia,
Bermdez y De Roux.
Lo interesados podrn con-
sultar este ejemplar en 1 L*
blloteca de la institucin.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
23,300
TOKIO, Junio 12. (UP).
Las fuerzas de las Naciones U-
nldas continuaron presionando
hacia el Norte detrs de los
ejrcitos comunista en retira-
da a lo largo de un frente de
70 millas en Corea.
La fuerzas blindadas y de
infantera de lo aliado pasa-
ron por el destrozado "trin-
gulo de hierro" comunista en
Corea Central y avanzaron has-
ta cerca de 25 millas al NOrte
del Paralelo 38 al Norte de las
capturadas ciudades de Chor-
won y Kumhwa, colocndoe a
tiro de can de Pyongyang, la
tercera ciudad del tringulo de
hierro.
Un comunicado del frente di-
ce que los aliados han captu-
rado tal cantidad de municio-
nes y otros abastecimientos en
Chorwon que no han tenido
tiempo de contarlos.
Con la cada de Chorwon y
Kumhwa la fuerzas rojas en
el montaoso frente oriental al
Norte de Inje tambin comen-
zaron a retirarse a nuevas po-
siciones, abandonando sin dis-
parar un solo tiro los riscos que
haban defendido tan encona-
damente hasta hace dos dias.
Lo comunistas se encuentran
en retirada a todo lo largo del
frente de 70 millas desde Chor-
won hasta la costa oriental,
siendo bombardeados constan-
temente por los aviones aliados
a medida que lo cielos acla-
reaban.
Se espera que los rojos se
retiren detrs de sus fuerzas de
retaguardia hacia una nueva
lnea anclada en el puerto de
Wonsan en la Costa Oriental
a 80 millas al Norte del Para-
lelo 38 y que corre diagonal-
mente al sureste hacia Kaesong
al noreste de Sel al Sur del
Paralelo.
La retirada de los rolos sig-
nificar para ellos la prdida
de un rea de 3,500 millas cua-
dradas en Corea del Norte.
Jefes 3e Partidos Polticos
Ofrecieron al Presidente que
se aprobaran las facultades
Importante reunion con este objeto tuvo lugar en
la Presidencia de la Repblica
En mala situacin
se encuentra hoy
la China Comunista
TOKIO, Junio 12. (UBIS).
Los rojos chino se han meti-
do en una situacin difcil, de-
clara el Secretarlo de Defensa
de los Estados Unidos, George
C. Marshall, quien se encuen-
tra en el Lejano Oriente des-
de el viernes, conferenciando
con los comandantes de las
Naciones Unidas sobre asuntos
"puramente militares".
. El General Marshall sall en
avin hacia Washington des-
pus de haber observado sobre
el terreno la situacin de la
guerra coreana, y luego de ha-
ber hecho declaraciones sobre
la misma en conferencia de
prensa en Tokio.
El Secretarlo Marshall dijo
que no esperaba movimiento de
Saz de los chinos prontos. A-
adl que "ellos se han metido
en una situacin difcil".
Como rgano de los obreros
argentinos aparecer ahora
"La Prensa" de Buenos Aires
As lo declar el Secretario General del Sindicato^
de Periodistas Argentinos
anlzacin auspiciada por el
Consideraciones
sobre la crisis
BUENOS AIRES. Junio 12.
(UP). El Secretario General
del Sindicato de Periodistas
Argentinos dijo a un grupo de
empleados de "La Prensa" que
sta reaparecer como rgano
de los. obreros* argentinos.
Diego Beamonde habl ante
los empleados de "La Prensa"
que acudieron al Ministerio de
Trabajo y Previsin Social, en
donde Evita Pern les pag sa-
larios por un total de 3,027,713
pesos por los meses de abril y
La seora Pern le entreg
el primer sobre a Luis Mara
Alvarez, secretarlo del peridi-
co y pag algunos salarlos m,
terminando la tarea de pagar
a la mayor parte de los em-
pleados de "La Prensa" los fun-
cionarios de la Tesorera del
Ministerio.
Hasta las siete de la noche,
Alvarez fue el nico Individuo
entre los que ocupaban altos
cargos en el peridico, que acu-
di a cobrar su sueldo. Evita
no pronunci ningn discurso
en el acto. ... .
"La Prensa" fue obligada a
cerrar sus puertas el 26 de
enero como resultado de una
disputa con el Sindicato de
Vendedores de Diarios, una or-
ganizacin auspiciaaa por
Gobierno. _^T!
El proyecto de ley de expro-,
piacin del gran peridico fu
aprobado el 19 de abril, y .ek,
lo. de mayo Pern anunci qu
los bienes del peridico seriara
entregados a la Confederacin!
General del Trabajo para qua
los utilizara "a su mejbr. pare-i
cer".
Los directores de los partidos
polticos nacionales se reunieron
esta maana, al medio dia, efi
el Palacio Presidencial, convo-
cados por el Sr. Presidente de
la Repblica, don Alclbiades
Arosemena, con el objeto de
cruzar idea sobre la situacin
poltica actual y, en particu-
lar, para tratar sobre la apro-
bacin por parte de la Asam-
blea Nacional del proyecto de
ley por medio del cual se re-
viste al rgano Ejecutivo de
Facultades Extraordinarias Pro-
Tmpore; ej proyecto de em-
prstito para el Hotel "El Pa-
nam", por B/.1.500.000.00; y
otros proyectos importantes pre-
sentados a la Cmara para su
aprobacin.
Todos los directores reunidos
prometieron la colaboracin de
sus respectivos partidos y es
de esperarse que la Asamblea
labore durante la* horas de la
tarde, la noche y el da de ma-
ana, para poder aprobar lo
mencionados proyectos de leyes.
En relacin con la prrroga
de las sesiones de la Cmara
el Secretario General de la Pre-
sidencia, don J. M. Vrela ma-
nifest a "EL PANAMA AME-
RICA" lo siguiente "La Fa-
cultades E x traordlnarlas las
ejerce el rgano Ejecutivo por
medio de Decretos-Leyes que
deben ser aprobados por una-
nimidad por el Consejo de Ga-
binete. El Consejo de Gabinete
est integrado por un repre-
sentante de todos los Partidos
que tienen diputados en la
Asamblea Nacional, y si en diez
dias hbiles la Asamblea no
ha podido aprobar la Ley, de
Facultades Extraordinarias y la
de el Hotel "El Panam", que
era una repeticin de la que
va haba aprobado la Asamblea
fn la legislatura pasada por
unanimidad, es poco probable
flue prorrogando las sesiones por
{res o cuatro dias la Asamblea
racional apruebe esa ley.
El Partido Comunista Francs
inicia intensa campaa para
triunfar en las elecciones
Trata de den-o.ar a los Partidos que estn apoyan-
do a las Potencias Occidentales
PARIS, Junio 12 (UP) El
Partido Comunista increment
anoche una de las campaas
ms Intensa que se ha conoci-
do en la historia de Francia,
haciendo toda clase de prome-
sas y advertencias sobre el peli-
gro de la guerra, tratando de
derrotar en la elecciones del
Domingo a la coalicin de parti-
dos de centro y lo proyectos de
defensa de Europa Occidental.
Los oradores comunista, desde
47 tribuna parisinas, dijeron
que el desarme es la nica sen-
da que conduce a la paz y la
abundancia, y demandaron Que
"los norteamericano se vayan
para Estados Unidos".
A los pocos dia de celebrarse
las primera elecciones naciona-
les francesas desde 1940, ae han
llenado la paredes de la nacin
con carteles en que aparecen la
Unin Sovitica v la China Ro-
ja cercadas por bases de aviones
de bombardeo de Estados Uni-
dos y citando la declaracin del
General MacArthur de que el
podero sovitico es defensivo.
Escogern delegodo
al Agropecuario
los industriales
Representantes ante el Banco
Agropecuario e Industrial nom-
braran los Industriales maana
a las 5:00 p.m.
Debido a la solicitud del Mi-
nistro Sarniidlo por esta raan el
Sindicato di Industriales ha con-
vocado a sesin general extra-
ordinaria para maana Mirco-
les a las 5:00 a sus afiliados, ex-
tendiendo especial Invitacin a
todos los industriales que deseen
asistir a las reunin as como a
otras entidades afines a las in-
dustrias, ya que el propio Sindi-
cato desea llevar al seno del Ban-
co Agropecuario a representan-
tes ganulnos de la Industria na-
cional, segn manifestaciones
expresas de los propios Directo-
res del Sindicato de Industria-
les.
A partir de maana iniciare-
moa la publicacin de una serie
da articulo* preparados espe-
cialmente por el Licenciado don
Ernesto Mndei, qne se rosan
con cierto* aspectos de la crisis
econmica que viene azotando al
pais.
El Licenciado Mndez ha- ve-
nido estudiando problema de
esta ndole desde hace mucho
tiempo y conoce a fondo sus dis-
tintas repercusiones.
Recomendamos, por tanto, la
lectura de los artculos aludidos
que aparecern con el titulo que
encabeza esta linea.
El profesor Rubio
miembro honorario
de una sociedad
En la Asamblea General eaoa*
bracia en la noche del 11 d i^s
corrientes en el Club Unin de
Panam, se acord nombrar al
Profesor don ngel Rublo, de'la
Universidad de Panam miem-
bro Honorario de la Soc. Pana-
mea de Ingenieros y Arquitec-
tos, en reconocimiento a sus
grandes servicios prestados en
investigaciones geogrficas en
general de positivo bencicto
para la profesin y de enrique-
cimiento de la cultura nacional
Nombrado en Italia
como Ministro el
H.D.Felipe O. Prez:
Por Decreto del Presidente drt
la Repblica fu nombrado etfrB,
maana Enviado Extraordinario
y Ministro Plenipotenciario do
Panam ante el Gobierno de Ita-
lia el H.D. Felipe O. Prez.
Dicha Importante representa-.
clon diplomtica la venia ocu*
pando el Dr. Jos Pezet, quien
renuncio el cargo. ,
Al separarse de la Asamblea el
Diputado Felipe O. Prez en usd
de licencia ocupar su curul el
primer Suplente, seor Manuel
A. Donado. i
Los ingleses sesionan
24 horas consecutivas
En la Cmara de los Comunes seguan discutiendo
el Presupuesto del Reino
En Noruega se atac
al Presidente Pern
y a su esposa Evita
OSLO, Noruega, Junio 12.
(UP). El peridico "Verdens
Gang" public un editorial di-
ciendo que la proteccin es-
pecial que brindan las leyes no-
ruegas a los jefes de Estado
extranjeros pueden p r o v ocar
problemas, debido a que hoy
dia muchos de esos Jefes de
Estado participan activamente
en la poltica y tienen pode-
res dictatoriales. .
El- editorial se refera a las
excusas que dio el Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores de Norue-
ga al Ministro Argentino en
Oslo, Rodolfo Oonzlez por los
comentarios hechos en dos pe-
ridicos noruegos sobre el Pre-
sidente de la Argentina. Juan
D. Pern y su esposa Evita Pe-
rjin.
Multado con B/50.00
chofer que atropello
un peatn en la Zona
LONDRES, Junio 12. (UP).
La Cmara de los Comunes es-
tableci un nuevo "record", de
post-guerra hoy, al sesionar por
24 horas consecutivas en la dis-
cusin del presupuesto, y todo
parece indicar que continuarn
reunidos.
Esta ha sido la sesin ms
larga desde el mes de Julio de
1936 cuando la Cmara de los
Comunes debati una ley de
asistencia a los desempelados
durante 43 horas y 15 minutos.
Cuando el reloj de la C-
mara marc las 2.30 de la tar-
de ya se hablan cumplido 24
horas de sesin y todo pare-
ca Indicar que la sesin con-
tinuara indefinidamente.
Los Laboristas le estaban
dando a los Conservadores una
dosis de su propia medicina,
pues stos haban amenazado
con cansarlos hasta dejarlos ex-
haustos.
debate sobre varias clusulas
del nuevo presupuesto britni-
co, i
Despus de la 1.30 de lsJ
tarde los Conservadores trata-
ron de romper el "quorum", pe
ro los Laboristas que se en-
contraban en el restaurante!
venan corriendo para comple-
tarlo, logrando reunirse el n-
mero reglamentario de cuarejj^
ta miembros en dos minutos.
La Cmara tambin estable-'
ci un nuevo "record" al erec-*
tuar veinte diferentes votacio-
nes en esta histrica sesin, .ga-
nando el Gobierno todas ella
por mrgenes entre 7 y 20 vo-
tos.
El pblico se encontraba a-
testado en las puertas, y cuan-
do el reloj marc la hora en
que normalmente se hubiera
iniciado un nuevo dia de se-
siones, los guardias abrierp;
Churchill perdi su habitual las puertas para permitir la en-
calma varias veces durante el | trada de ste._____________
La bsqueda de los funcionarios
ingleses se extiende por el Sui
de Italia hasta la Isla Ischia
LONDRES, Junio 12. (UP).
Al Informar a la Cmara de
los Comunes acerca la des-
aparicin de dos diplomticos,
el Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, Herbert Morrison pi-
di a los diputados que no lle-
garan a conclusiones en el ca-
so hasta que *".o se posean to-
dos sus antecedentes.
Sus declaraciones arrojaron
muy poca luz en la bsqueda
que se efecta en toda Euro-
pa de Donald MacClean y Guy
Burgess.
Morrison dijo en declaracio-
nes que llev escritas, que te-
nia muy poco que aadir al
anuncio previo en que mera-
mente se deca que ambos ha-
ban desaparecido. Morrison elu-
di las preguntas directas acer-
ca de posibles conexiones entre
ambos desaparecidos con Ru-
sia, y sus contestaciones equi-
valieron a tanto como "nada
que decir".
Refirindose a la sugestin
de un diarlo dominical de que
El Cabo Royce L. Thornton, "existe vna extendida perver-
estacionado en Fort Kobbe. fu sin sexual" en la Cancillera,
multado ayer con 50 dlares en dijo que la declaracin "care-
la Corte de Balboa por haber ) ca de responsabilidad y era in-
atropellado a un peatn en una
linea de seguridad.
Segn la Polica, el carro ma-
ndado por Thornton atropello a
Francis Gregory, barbadlense de
89 aos de edad, cuando ste
cruzaba la calle frente a la Es-
cuela St. Mary, por la linea de
seguridad.
Justa", pero no dijo que fuera
incierta.
El Primer Ministro Clement
Attlee rechaz la peticin Con-
servadora de que se publicara
ra a Rusia informacin Impor-
tme acerca experimentos ato-
micos.
En tanto, la bsqueda s4l
efecta en el 8ur de Italia ex-
tendindose de aples y Capri
a la Isla Ischia al Norte da
esta ltima.
Tendr lugar en
Miami conferencia
artstica el 14
AUSTIN, Texas, junio 12.
(USISi. Intelectuales y ar-
tistas de Panama, Mxico, Cu-
ba y Guatemala tomarn parte
en la Conferencia y Festival La-
tinoamericano de Bellas Artes
3ue tendr lugar del 14 al 17.
e Junio en la Universidad de
Texas.
Auspician esta actividad el
Instituto de Asuntos Latino-
americanos y el Colegio de Be-
llas Artes de la Universidad. 8*
presentarn sesiones de msi-
ca, arte y drama, con la par-
ticipacin de destacados exoo-
nentes culturales de los Esta-
dos Unidos.
El Canciller de la Universi-
dad. Charles P. Hart, abrir U
conferencia el jueves con un,
discurso de bienvenida El fa-
un "libro blanco" sobre las me- moso "Cuarteto de Mxico",
dldas de seguridad de la Na- uno de ios ms notables gru-
n, que en vadlos casos no pos artsticos de ese pais. pao-
ha logrado evitar que se filtra- tlcipar en el concierto.


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Drew Pearson dice: No paga hablar de la General Motors;
Los diplomticos enemigos estn devorando las inves-
Profesores sin grado: problema educativo
' Por el Profesor FRANCISCO CORNEJO
El caso de Ut profesora sin irado P" ^^''T.' jfa
actualidad en educacin. Es nn unto que bien merece*V^,
y consulta. Como profesor dorante vario, ao y corno -*>*"
tor de do escuelas secundarias, hemos tenido oportunidad de co
nocer (ran parte del profesorado national, nuestra opinion pue
de tener, pues, algn valor, por pequeo que" sea.
Consideramos que la solucin del problema no. debe "0'
slo dentro del marco de la ley. Debe buscarse mas bien dentro
del cuadro de los intereses generales de la educacin. Este es un
REMITIDO
EDUCACIN NACIONAL
Constituye motivo de honda preocupacin, pa-
, toda persona que se interesa por el porvenir
del Pas 5 estado deficiente de la er.eanZae
algunos de sus aspectos ms 'nnporiante8 ^^
de todo es que entre algunos educadores y entre
tras personas que no quieren f^^SSJ
ra apreciar los problemas nacionales P^atece la
creencia, acaso inspirada en un ingenuo sentido pa-
r tko/de que Panam figura en primera linea en
cuanto a los resultados que se obtienen de la edu-
C"CSi rSia esta cuestin desapasionadamen-
te si se examinan las estadsticas escolares y si se
quiere admitir la verdad de los hechos, es necesa-
rio llegar a la conclusin de que hemos hablado y
hablamos mucho de los adelantos de a educacin,
de que hemos gastado ingentes sumas, pero.no se
ha conseguido todo lo que pretendemos haber k>
*radEI .pas se sorprendi hace pocos aos cuando
se dio cuenta del enorme porcentaje de analfabe-
tos A pesar de esa demostracin nada se ha he-
cho para intensificar la campaa que se .inicio en-
tonces bajo los auspicios de un.grupo de ciudada-
nos desvinculados de los rganos oficiales de la
etiTr;rSCraes de las escuelas secundaria*i pri-
vadamente manifiestan que no pocos de los alum-
nos que llegan de las escuelas primarias carecen de
a debida preparacin y que es sta la causa pn-
mordtl de los fracasos. Creen ellos que en muchos
Vasos sto se debe a la falta de cooperacin de al-
anos maestros, a veces inconscientes, o acaso a
la complacencia injustificada que ponen en practi-
ca para los ascensos.
Parece ser que la Universidad por su parte
no ha abordado suficientemente el P'oblem* d'
crecido nmero de estudiantes que asisten a clases
ain los conocimientos que se requieren para hacer
estudios superiores. As lo declaran muchos^ de los
propios alumnos al deplorar que ni la escuela pn-
nutria ni la secundaria les proporciono el bagaje
necesario para iniciar sus estudios "er*\1**-
L debera olvidarse que la creciente deman-
da de profesores de parte de la Universidad ha
contribuido a que algunos profesores de segunda
enseanza ingresen a las filas del profesorado uni-
versaro, lo cual debe haberse reducido, h
eficiencia en las escuelas secundarias, bien por fal-
ta e profesores o por que algunos tienenexceso
de trabajo al desempear funciones .tanto en el
Instituto como en la Universidad.
Recientemente se ha llamado la tencin acer-
ca de la falta de preparacin de un alto POJ-
taie de maestros y profesores. Ix>s dirigentes de
U enseanza que upan o hayan ocupado puestos
Secos o administrativos en el ramo, podran.sin
hda explicar al pas ctales son las razones prin-
cipaks el fracasle muchos de ellos slo comen-
tan confidencialmente. ,______
paciones sobre MacArrhur; Un juez de Baltimore ob^.eV^
figura'en el escndalo de la bancarrota del Baltimore
y Ohio.
El Dr. Austrcberto Paredes
tiene el gusto de participar a su distinguida clientela y al
H^u^rae taKa-en"S3, l^^ffff
eon Ta Avenida Roosevelt, donde como siempre, estara com-
pletamente a sus rdenes
ESPECIALIDAD, UROLOGA.
Consultas de 10:0 a.m. a 12 W. y de 3:00 a 6:90 p.m.
Telfono 934-A, Ciudad de Colon.
WASHINGTON. Aparen-
temente, no paga decirle al
Congreso sobre cmo la Ge-
neral Motors recine trata-
miento favorable en las asig-
naciones de acero. El funcio-
nario del Gobierno que se
atrevi hacerlo, el Coronel
William S. Knight, se ha Tu-
to obligado a salir del tra-
bajo.
El Coronel Knight es el fun-
cionarlo dentro de. la Autori-
dad de Produccin Nacional que
declar ante el Comit de Mo-
nopolios del Congresista Manny
Celler sobre 4.563 toneladas, de
acero que ~la APN le asigno a
la General Motors al mismo
tiempo que otras cuatro peti-
ciones de acero hechas a la
APN por compaas construc-
toras de locomotoras fueron
convenientemente "perdidas".
Knight fue aconsejado por
sus asociados en la APN que
no declarara. Sin embargo,
cuando fue llamado ante el
Comit del Congreso, dijo la
verdad. Su testimonio dio a
conocer lo que haba venido
sucediendo dentro de esta
agencia vital de guerra que
hace Us asignaciones de ace:
ro y otros materiales precio-
sos a la industria.
Melvln Cole. vice-Presidente
de la Bethlehem Steel, quien
est, prestado al Gobierno sin
recibir salarlo, le puso el vis-
to bueno a las 4.563 toneladas
extra de acero para la General
Motors. Henry Rank^. quien
ha sido prestado a la APN por
la Republic Steel, tambin hizo
H) mismo. Tanto la Republic
como la Bethlehem tienen ne-
gocios con la General Motors.
Mientras tanto, la aplica-
cin de las Locomotoras Bald-
win, que queran acero extra
para-45 locomotoras, se "per-
di". Y as sucedi con otras
tres compaas que no tenan
a nadie dentro ***&
Dos vece el Coronel Knigni
envi sus asignaciones para
que fueran aprobadas, pero
tambin "se perdieron" dos
"Despus que el Coronel Ktilght
declaf, su Jefe. Franz Stone,
quien tambin ha sido prestado
al Gobierno por la Columbus
McKinnon Chain Co., convoc
a una reunin de emergencia
en su oficina hasta casi media
noche. La compaa de Wtene
tambin hace negocios con la
General Motors. A la maana
siguiente, el Jefe del personal
de la APN. Herschell Snead,
le entreg a Coronel Khight
una renuncia escrita a maqui-
na v l pidi que la firmara.
Sin embargo, Knight no Ja
firmo. Pasaron varios das. Se
hizo ostensible que si Knight
no sala a las buenas serla
boycoteado v aislado. Todos
los papeles que se le en-
viaban anteriormetne a el,
dejaron de envirsele. Matt
Tate, quien lo haba reganado
por haber declarado en el
Congreso, fue nombrado en
el puesto que se le haba
prometido a Knlght. sub-Je-
fe de la Divisin. Finalmen-
te. Knight firm la renun-
cia que le entreg la oficina
del personal.
Siendo Knlght un hombre
de ferrocarriles, regresara a
'.yndonvllle, Vermont, de don-
de vino.
Nota:Una continua a-
fluencla de hombres de la
industria que trabajan sin
compensacin han estado
operando la Autoridad de
Produccin Nacional. Ta que
estos hombrea reciben sus
sueldos de sus propias com-
uaas y no el Gobierno, es
frecuente que au lealtad sea
hacia sus compaas. Muchas
compaas han establecido la
poltica de colocar hombres
suvos en las agencias claves
del Gobierno para asegurarse
que sus amigos sern favore-
cidos.
eate pas en caso de guerra
Dicen los diplomticos qu
nunca, en la hutoria moder-
na, han visto una revelacin
tan completa de planes lm-
Kranles que se supone de-
n mantenerse secretas.
Los diplomticos amigos han
expresado en privado su preo-
cupacin sobre las investiga-
ciones sobre el caso de Mac-
Arthur. Los diplomticos ene-
migos estn devorando las in-
vestigaciones como si fueran
sopa de pato. En los circuios
diplomticos se calcula que las
revelaciones en el caso de Mac-
Arthur le ahorrarn a ios So-
viticos varios millones de do-
lares que de' otra manera ten-
dran que gastar en su ser-
vicio de inteligencia en este
pas. ,,
Los adjuntos militares lla-
man la atencin al hecho que
es un prctica comn el que
un ejercito enemigo pase me-
ses estudiando la personali-
dad de un importante diri-
gente militar, tal como el Ge-
neral Omar Bradley, y como
reaccionara en determinadas
circunstancias. Estados Uni-
dos, por ejemplo, pusieron al
General Al Wedemeyer en la
divisin de planeamiento de
guerra durante la guerra por-
que haba estado estacionado
anteriormente en Berln y co-
noca las personalidades y
hbitos de ciertos generales
alemanes.
Adivinar lo que va a hacer
el enemigo es uno de los fun-
damentos de la guerra. Es por
eso que esta informacin es tan
importante. ._
y ahora, como resultado ae
las investigaciones sobre Mac
Arthur, el enemigo sabe exac-
tamente como el General Brad-
ley, el General Joe Collins, el
Almirante Forrest Sherman y
el General Hoyt Vandenberg
reaccionarn en caso que en-
tremos en una guerra general.
proDiema chuchi y ignuu-------------- -- ,_,._i,i-,j
er resuelto. Por otra parte hay en el una uto **""__*.
y de Justicia. Debe tenerse en cuento que el titulo no es siem
pre credencial absoluta de eficiencia y de capacidad. Mochos
diplomados fracasan ruidosamente en la vida. Y peor aun, fra-
que casan estrepitosamente en sus respectivas profesiones. Seneill
mente porque para triunfar se requieren otras condicione, que
no encierra ni da el titulo. Se requiere personalidad, don de
k-entes. habilidad para tratar y dirigir a los dems. Pj*" *'"
cisin para captar y resolver los problemas y sita "
nresentan en el diarlo bregar. Y esto, hasta donde sabemos, no
fo en"ea toa.vgun universidad. Ningn titulo garant
la posesin de estas capacidades.
La vida demuestra en sus mltiples Manifestaciones y acti-
vidades, que el xito Implica algo ms que la adquisicin ^de un
diploma. El diploma nada significa en s. si el J?J*'*
es un sujeto actuante y operante. Mas que al conocimiento, el
triunfo s debe al valor y calidad del sujeto. Es e sujeto no
el conocimiento el que determina el dinamismo y trascendencia
de una profesin.
Una educacin no puede ser dinmica y trascendente sin
educadores dinmicos. Dotados de un dinamismo interior y de
un dinamismo exterior. Dinamismo interior que se traduce en
una constante transformacin del propio yo. Dinamismo *ior
que se traduce en un permanente esfuerzo por trotan ei
medio, por cambiar los educandos, por mejorar las agencias que
sobre l operan. Slo as la educacin cumplir su misin huma-
na, su misin social.
En la ciencia y en el arte de la educacin no basto s>l*mn:
te el conocimiento. Precisa tambin quisa como '
primordial habilidad para trasmitirlo con claridad, con lgica,
con precisin. Pocos son los educadores que logran despertar cu-
riosidad. Inters, inquietud, por lo que ensenan.
Pareciera que aceptramos la Idea de que la misin del edu-
cador es-slo la de trasmitir conocimientos. Y esto es uni grave
error. Porque la misin del educador es Incompleto si no tien-
a al mismotiempo que a elevar la estatura int.lec ual del pue-
blo, a crearle una ms recia contextura moral y espiritual Para
esto, repetimos, se necesitan cualidades y atributos Hrfgafc
ajenos al ttulo, pero innatos en el sujeto. Es. pues de toda
conveniencia consultar y considerar, con agMMtof CEtM-de, sM
cualidades Intrnsecas del sujeto educador. Y si esto hacemos,
como debe hacerse, llegaremos a la conclusin de ue f P'
fesores sin grado poseedores de mayor espirito pro esioinal, de
ms responsabilidad moral, y de mas integridad intelectual, que
algunos de lea que pomposamente ostentan ttulos.
Hacemos constar que no negamos el valor de tM,0-..T
hacemos constar tambin, que consideramos una *"*
mente saludable y acertada que se requiera titulo a todos los
que se presentan como candidatos a ctedras. Negar el ''j
un titulo es absurdo. Pero no menos bsurde es nHMu que
el ttulo es la nica y suficiente credencial de MAM -
ciencia. La profesin no la da el titulo, sino la experiencia y el
ejercicio de su prctica diarla.
El mundo marcha hacia adelante gracias a una seleccin
constante de valores. Periodos de estancamiento, de desorienta -
hasta "donde "l enemigo podr "-"""an de retroceso, han habido en nuestra historia, debido
' falta de seleccin de los valores directores de la humanj-
2SS&
Para postres relmpago*
use los PUDINES JELL-0
de TAPIOCA
Son riquaimost Al de Vainilla agregue,
cubitos de pltano, al de Naranja-Coco,
pedacitna de naranja escurrido, y de
Chocolate, nuecea picadas.
LOS SOVITICOS TRABAJAN
HASTA TARDE
El tema ms importante en
las conversaciones de los crcu-
empujarnos antes de entrar en
guerra, y cosas por el estilo.
Con rasn que las luees per-
manecen encendidas hasta
tarde en la Embajada Sovi-
tica todas las noches, despus
de las Investigaciones sobre
Mac Arthur.
REVELACIN DEL B. Y O.
Una de las revelaciones ms
importantes contenidas :*n ej
reprimido informe sobre MkCor
poraclVi de Flnanclamimo y
Construccin (RFC) y el Fe-
rrocarril de Baltimore y Ohio.
ha sido hecha public* despus
de cuatro aos de estar guar-
dado en una caja fuerte del
Senado v 'Concierne a la acti-
tud de un Juez norteamerica-
no en Baltimore, el Juez Wi-
lliam C. Chesnut.
El Informe del Senado nos
revela que el Juei Chesnut
era dueo de bonos del Bal-
timore y Ohio y us estos bo-
nos para votar en favor del
plan de bancarrota del Bal-
timore y Ohio en 1989. el ano
en nue el ferrocarril entro por
primera ves a la sindicatura.
El Juez Chesnut. de acuerde
con el Informe reprimido, tuvo
mucho cuidado en vender sus
bonos antes que el caso del
Baltimore y Ohio llegara a su
juzgado, aunque paso por alto
el avisarle a los tenedores de
bonos, afectados. Entonce es-
cribi una opinin en favor del
mismo plan de bancarrota por
el cual haba votodo como te-
nedor de bonos.
En su opinin en 1939, el
Jues Chesnut descubri one
para 1944 el Baltimore y Ohio
estara en capacidad de ha-
cerle frente a su deuda de 87
millones de dlares con el
RFC v no necesitara de un
segundo proceso de Banca-
rrota. -*-
Cinco aos mas tarde, stn
embargo, el Jues Chesnut pre-
sidi el segundo caso de sin-
dicatura del B a 11 im o re y
Ohio, y tambin voto por la
bancarrota. Pero antes que el
caso de 1944 fuera enviado a
la Corte, Russell Snodgrass.
esa
dad.
31 queremos que nuestra educacin no siga estoncada, debe-
una seleccin completa y Just-
mos proceder a una revision, a una seleccin enP* lm
de nuestros cuadros educativos, desde la primaria hasta la uni-
-' Sin embargo, consideramos que no seria humano r
.to. separar ahora de su. Pue.to._.profesores Por^elj^dj.-
versidad.
iUtoUdeSno"'iiseru apfo"marsrhan"l Debe considerarse que ellos fueron llamados al servicio cnd
,e les necesito v que algunos de ellos ha. P'e.todo un servicio
satisfactorio. SI no han logrado cumplir con las demandas
I educacin moderna que exige renovacin y npulin cons-
tante, no ha sido por culpa de ellos. No todos han vivid, en la
Capital, y no siempre las autoridades del Ramo han estado aten-
tas a que esa renovacin y esa superacin se reaUce.
La seleccin actual, si quiere hacerse, debe hacerse de acuer-
do con la eficiencia, con la responsabilidad profesional, y perso-
nalidad del sujeto, ms que a base del mero titulo .Si esto se
hiciera, estamos seguros de que el material de desecho estara
formado no slo de profesores sin grado.
La ciudadana consciente y agradecida de
Penonom, Anin y La Pintada respalda
la enorme labor profesional del
Dr. Rodrguez Emiliani
Penonom, May. 21 de 19SL
Ingeniero Jusn de Arco Gslindo,
Ministro de Previsin Social y Salud Publica.
Panam. \
Seor Ministro;
Suscritos conscientes ciudadanos d Penonom, Antn y La
Pintada, sin distincin poltica alguna, reconociendo esforaada
labor profesional resillada por el Dr. Federico Rodrigues F.mlUaal
al frente-Hospital Penonom, solicitan respetuosamente se M
mantenga en esa posicin para garanta buen funcionamiento osa
Institucin de Salud. ... _, ._ ._
(fdo.) Efrain Carlos, Jos R. Vasques G., Aquilino Tejer E.,
Arturo Peres, Marcelino Qulrs. Miguel Angel Moron, Presbtero;
Pedro Aysla. Gustsvo Arosemena D., Agrlplna Fernndes, Mar-
ciano Moreno, Ruth F. de Guardia, Leopoldo Arosemena P., Lola
P. de Arosemena, Esther C. de Grimaldo, Rodrigo E. Arosemena,
lilela C. de Tejeire, Emma Taxile Cnte, Isabel de Cont, Mar-
garita M. de Jan, Flix Gonzlez, Rocina Quires P.. Manuel
P. Quirs, Julia Qulrs, Humbert. M. Trujillo. Francisco Rodri-
fuex P., Rafael Eysseric, Pllnlo Lombardo, Luis Lombardo, Julio
ombardo, Gustavo Arosemena B., Joaqun Arosemena B., Efrain
Cont, Marcial E. Caries, Teodolinda G. de Caries, Luis Emlgdio
Rodrigues, Francisco L Rodrigues, Tilcla Cont de Tejeira, Cons-
tantino Rodrguez, Cielo Grimaldo, Petra Mara Pernandes, Eu-
genia A. de Aras, Olmedo Caries, Rafael E. Lopes, Jqse Mana
Grimaldo B., Allri. Caries, Silvia Jan de Fernndes, Emy de
Oberto, Alfred. Patino, Esther H. de Barnett, Rafael Isasa. Rosa
Evella Vlis, Luis D. Veils, Angels G. de Qulel, Esperanza R. de
George, Lucila R. de Dutary, Ismael Morales, Simn Jan. Ernesto
Jan, Nicanor Rodrguez, Aura Coate, Gerardo Hernandez B.. Jus-
te Moren. Hernndez, Damiana F. de Caries, Donata vda. d.
,9tFelclaeG. vda. de Caries, Celia C. de Miranda, Eva Ma. de
Tuq, Juliana Vasques de Rodrguez. Adolfo Jan M., Alejandra
C. de de Len, Amalla C. de Rivera, Fenein Fernndez, Roberto
I Irueroa, Elba B. Qulrs, Esther G. de Chen, Victor Guardia, Ni-
canor Bernal Jr., Juan B. Peres, Andrs Cantillo, Leonardo Bar-
nett, Luis E. Andreve, Rubn D. Bethancourt, Samuel Carrea
Ponce. Jernimo AlmllltegUi, A. D. Vlis, Juan A. Veils, Manuel
Vlis P., Hidalgo Trejos, Ddimo Torres B., Zosimo Delgado, Ma-
nuel A. Arosemena, Antonio Jan;
Ramn Sa Jr.. EUa Q. de Saa. Cristina Jan y Jan, Enilda
Fernndez, Hugo Henne, Luzmila P. de Fuentes, Martha Dolores
Arosemena P., Carlos Cont, Gertrudis Jsn. Tomasa de Alsa-
mors. Eulalia Medina, Leonila Medina, Rogella Oses, Francisca
Espinosa, Leonardo Medina, Pascual Oses, Carmen Romero, Cleha
F. de Martnez, Angela G. de Duran, Petra Medina, Cenobi. Rom-
ro, Patrocinio Moran, Roberto Moran, Clotilde M.ran, Serafn
Oses, Cle.f Medina, Luis Medina, Catalino Madrid. Miguel Me-
dina; Lidia Medina, Felipe Gonslez, Julio E. Rodrguez. Inocente
Rodrigues, Remigio Rodrigues, Baldomcro Ordonez, Vlctorlana >
Ordonez, Mara E. Ordees, Cecilia de Oliv, NelvaL. Fernndes
C, Mara Rodrigues, Margarita Rodrigues, Julio Medina, Emilia
Rodrigues A., Carmen Aguilar, Quintn Rodrguez Margarita
Agullar, Horacio Hernndez, Graciela Bernal, Severlna Lorenzo,
Juana Qulrs H Valentina Bernal, Juana Bernal, Edna Medina,
Ldsaro Snchez, Ins Rodrguez, Lorenza Tufion, Pastor Moran,
Amrica Torres, Rosala Benitos, Arturo Torres, Angela Tunn,
Angela Gmez, Ana A. de Vega. ReglnaMo Vega P., Josefa Loren-
zo. Emilia Lorenzo, Emilia Pealosa, Felipe Garca, Toms Mora
S Alejandro Jimnez, Feliciano Henriques, Sebastiana Morales,
Plcido Pinzn, Jorge Moreno, Francisca R, de Moreno, Matas
Morales, Lilla M. de Ortega, Juan S. Peres G.,Euas Vega J, Fe-
derico Lopes, Fldencio Lopes, Grieella J. de Rodrigues, Dolores
G. vda. de Jlmnes, Francisca Gordon, Juan Peres Jr., Nlvia
Caries de Guerra;
Octavio Henriques, Jos ngel Henriques, v,etors Gutrrej,
Alberto Rodrigues, No Lorenzo, Clotilde Herrera, Clotilde MuriD
O Paulina Qulrs H.. Adolfo Quirs H., Casilda Gonzalez C, Emi-
liano Qulrs H Ceeills Gonslez C, Msria C. de Gonsles. Juaaa
Benitos. Josefa Martines, Felipe Rodrigues, Leonor Varf.s, Gui-
llermo. Gonzlez, Juana Moran. "
(Siguen mg. de setecientos firmas.)____________ _
Baltimore y Ohio fue revisado
por la Corte, no haba razn
de publicar el informe del Co-
mit Bancario y Monetario del
Senado, preparado por el Se-
nador Tobey. Sin embargo, la
ltima revisin de la Corte ocu-
rri en 1945, y trataba sobre
si el ferrocarril poda pagar o
no su deuda al RKC. El infor-
me de Tobey, dos aos mas
tarde, trataba sobre las pecu-
liares maniobras polticas y el
uso de influencias, que costa-
ron dinero y por lo tanto, co-
locaron al ferrocarril ,en una
posicin de no poder pagar su
deuda.
Ahora Muchos Usan
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farmacia.
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sin igual"
Es Barato y Efectivo
facetted.
rSSS ESSrrii
rcTpr. ..... -sr(k F..... J.M-0 4. Tapia, y a^
nidos estn revelando valiosos
secretos de su estrategia de
guerra a un potencial enemi-
go en el Kremlin,
Los sdjuntos militare ex-
tranjeros v diplomticos es-
tn leyendo cada lnea de las
investigaciones del Senado so-
bre MacArthur y envlandavo-
luminosas copias a sus Go-
biernos como un futuro libro
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MARTES. JCNIO IS. 1951
EL TAN AM A AMERICA DIARIO INDEfENDIENTE
PAOn* TEEt
Stalin ordena redoblar la lucha
contra las estaciones de radio
Orden aumentar la interferencia
de las Radioemisoras que estn
cercanas a la Cortina de Hierro
AGASiN A DON RimEN "SUS "AM."".*?, %>.!"?& S
miembros de 1 Asociacin Nacional de Kar c a, ei lic. ku desempee el car-
nlrado por el Lie. Laurentlno Arjona.____________________________-----------------------.-------------------------
La Casa Blanca sugiere al Juez
Douglas como mediador de Irn
_______ _____ I pin de propiedades petrole-
Douglas ha visitado
varias veces Irn en
viaje de vacaciones
Por STEFFAN ANDREWS
(N.A.N.A.)
cin de propiedades petrole-
ras angloamericanas por el go-
bierno de Mxico, en 1937. Se
le conoce con ei nombre de
convenio Cevada-Cook.
Entre otras cosas, estableci
que el gobierno mexicano pa-
gara a los propietarios norte-
americanos veintisiete millones
de dolare-. y a los britnicos
clonarlos Iranios, y se dice que ochenta y un millones, total le
sus inversiones petroleras en
Mxico. Estas sumas incluan
intereses al tres por ciento, de-
vengados desde 1937. .
WASHINGTON, Junio (EPS>.
La Casa Blanca est sondean-
do la posibilidad de que el Juez
William C. Douglas, de la Cor-
te Suprema de los Estados Unl-
tijs-, acte como mediador en
la disputa petrolera anglo-lra-
nP. Clnanos iraiiiuo, } ok uiv-- m
Se sabe que Douglas ha reci- COnoce como pocos los hechus
bido dos llamadas de la Casa relacionados con la actual dis-
Blanca en los ltimos das, pre-' pUta petrolera,
guindole si estarla dispuesto Aunque 3 tiene a seguridad
a aeeptar una misin especial. en caso de que el presidente gobierno de Irn, la embajada
Truman se resuelva a enviarle l ir8nia en esta capital dice no
a Tehern. ; tener noticias oficiales al res-
Eh general se cree que Don- pecto, y manifiesta que toda
gas estara dispuesto a acep-! pregunta elaclonada con este -
tar la .Qferta, siempre que ello asunto debe dirigirse al Depar- te.
no lo obligan a renunciar su tamento de Estado,
crgo en la Corte Suprema. Funcionarlos de ste Indican
No se sabe si el gobierno
britnico aceptar a su vez la
mediacin del Juez Douglas, en
caso de que los Estados Uni-
dos la ijropusieran oficialmen-
cf rgo en ln. Corte suprema. Funcionarlos de este inaican < ,. ,
Douglas ha visitado,dos veces que el nombre de Douglas fu Rlfljra ntfHIiPriarr]
Irn y otros pases del Cerca- citado en comunicaciones entre i WwMJivw iiiuiiiviiwiu
nn Oriente, en viajes de vaca-i Tehern v Washington referen-I ,, I
su ejercito en el
frente de Corea
no Oriente, en viajes de vaca- i Tehern y Washington referen-
clones; .pero es sabido que a tes a la posibilidad de una ln-
u regreso de cada uno de ellos tervencin norteamericana en la
rindi interesantes Informes al' disputa anglo-lrania.
presidente Truman. Se afirma que el gobierno
Durante esas visitas Douglas iranio, est dispuesto a acep-
conocl a muchos altos fun- tar tal mediacin, siempre que
se llenen los siguientes rqut-
Mujeres Nerviosas
Anmicas y Dbiles
m immdm tmHieran lar cutmU quiw
* lo qu el KKKKIZAN nana partiatt,
o continuaran sufriendo uiiMowariamenia.
8n la menor variltrin cud ir i ah a la farmacia
y diran: Yo quiaro un fraaco o> FEKKI/ V imniaiiiaiinn ao seguida a aacudr aaa da-
BRUSELAS, junio 12. (UP).
Ei Ministro de Relaciones Ext-
uores anunci que el Gobierno
sitos:
l.-Que los Estados; Unidos a- fc-^fij,- mantener ta
SetrS^Irn ^j batalln en Corea despus ue
P 2 QyeP los bonicos acepten tenate ste'verano su primer
preparar a tcnicos Iranios, en n ^V^8!?;,.,,.. h '
a operacin y administracin M Wejago permanece be -
de la refinera de Abadn. que sa en las Naciones Unidas fae
es la ms grande del mundo; r.otlicado para que Ihornu .!
I.-Que los britnicos acep- Secretarlo General. Trygve Ue,
ten una cantidad espeecifica de, que los refuerzos mantendrn petrleo Iranio; I unidad belga Intacta, a pecar
4.Que acepten Igualmente del gran numero de volntanos
*, y por a" qu. n un i- qUe esta disputa sea solucio- : tn unidad que se cree peci-
ihur r~.uiic: .n cm ci* tnraua. o nafj tomando entilo eiemDlo l ,lan ser repatriadas cuando ter-
mpohracimianto da la aanp. dab.lidad. m- naaa lumanoo CUU1U ejemplo .. nrindn ri ervlrin
anmnK.. dthKiad enebral y traawrnoa d acuerdo americano-mexicano de Minen su peiioao ae servicio.
1 |942 i Al mismo tiempo, el Minute-
Este convenio puso fin a ia,i'o de Relaciones Exteriores a-
disputa nacida de la expropia- nuncio que Blgica ha autonza-
__._ 't1c 'a asignacin de tres mio-
nes de francos (60.000 dlares)
para pagar la parte que le .o-
rreaponde a Blgica en la com-
ora de azcar con destino a
Corea.
---------pnwu bu *cR.u- -M-. --
Ciun aenrtOM que aa* oonaumi*ndota
La pero iDaxurahiamaota.
FXrERIUZANeamiaquauB lomeo, ea un
nadlcajnanto raataurativo, nutre loa oarvioa.
viforlza la angra y loa trjidoa lodo M una
piara, y por eao a qua aa obtienen lan ejlra-
ordinarioa ranullai.' i an caaoa de anemia o
loa nervios.
Oh
n
Obtanaran hoy mia*m un paquete de
fiRUIZAN ao la farmacia da eu localidad
a pruaba.
a apasionante historia
humana de un torero
valiente y cobarde a
la vez, se narra por vez
ror GAULT MacGOWAN
(N.A.N.A.)
ESTRASBURGO, Junio (EPS)
Las trasmisiones de radio de
LA VOZ DE AMERICA Y EU-
ROPA LIBRE, realizadas desde
estaciones cercanas a a Cor-
tina de Hierro, estn causando
tanto efecto en los pueblos -'
tlites de la Unin Sovitica,
que Stalin ha ordenado que se
aumente un ciento por ciento
.a interferencia para estorbar
tales trasmisiones, segn se sa-
be de fuentes autorizadas.
"Las estaciones soviticas son
ahora las ms poderosas del
mundo", acaba de decir el mi-
nistro de comunicaciones ruso,
N. D. Pureseev, en un informe
presentado al Politburo. Los tc-
nicos occidentales admiten que
los rusos han progresado mu-
cho en esa linea. Se sabe tam-
bin que han copiado y quiz
perfeccionado los mtodos desa-
bollados por los Aliados para
dlficuitar las trasmisiones de
propaganda nazis organizadas
por Goebbels.
Durante los aos posteriores
a la segunda guerra mundial
los rusos han prestado enorme
atencin al perfeccionamiento
del radio y se afirma que las
trasmisiones hechas por sue es-,
taclones pueden ser odas en i
en el mundo entero.
En Francia, por ejemplo, en',
tanto que los oradores de los j
diversos partidos slo pueden
hablar durante diez minutos en
la red nacional de radio, los
comunistas reciben una pode-
rosa ayuda con las trasmisiones
nocturnas hechas desde Buda-
pest, Mosc. Varsovia y Praga
El Alto Comisionado norte-
americano en Alemania, John
J. McCloy, se refiri a este pro-
blema en su ltimo informe so-
bre las condiciones alemanas,
diciendo: "La propaganda co-
munista incluye la utilizacin
de los recurso y la direccin
de los esfueraos. de parte de
la Unin Sovitica y sus Satli-
tes, que es comparable en un
alto grado a una agresin mi-
litar."
La interferencia de las esta-
ciones soviticas es difcil de
contrarrestar, debido a que los
rusos am; lian cada vez ms su
cadena de poderosas plantas
que no tienen otra misin que
la de provocar dificultades con
su esttica a las trasmisiones
occidentales.
Pocas personas no residentes
en Europa se dan cuenta de lo
que esto significa para los eu-!
ropeos. No hay nada con qu
comparar esta Interferencia que
los rusos han mantenido y
ampliando desde 1939. Los Es-
tados Unidos no tienen ninguna
estacin de radio capaz de al-
canzar directamente a los oyen-
tes europeos. Es realmente di-
fcil escuchar un programa oc-
cidental, a menos que la esta-
cin trasmlsora o retrasmlsora
est tan prxima que venza a
la interferencia.
LA VOZ DE MOSC, que los
occidentales no han tratado de
obstaculizar nunca, -hace tras-
misiones regulares en Ingls, que
son escuchadas en toda Europa
Y tanto ella como otras esta-
ciones establecidas en las ca-
ptales de los satlites trasmi-
ion en todos los Idiomas prin- ;
clpales del mundo. Los lculo-1
res que hablan Ingls, por ejem-
po, lo pronuncian con absoluta
correccin.
Los programas soviticos 1-
mltan todo lo posible a los oc-
cidentales. ltimamente LA
VOZ DE MOSC trasmite a m-
dia noche un repique de cam-
panas- del Kremlin, rivalizando I
con el "Big Ben" de la BBC de'
Londres.
"El gobierno sovitico y el
partido bolchevique conceden
gran Importancia al desarrollo
del radio", deca el diario PRAV-
DA el 7 de mayo, fecha que se
celebr en Rusia como "Da del
Radio" en honor del cientfico
ruso Alexander Popov quien, se-
gn el Politburo, "demostr el
primer aparato receptor de ra-
dio hace cincuenta aos."
ees el radio ha sido no slo un
medio de propaganda comunis-
ta sino tambin para mante-
ner una constante comunica-
cin con lat organizaciones de
espionaje y de resistencia clan-
destina en todo el mundo.
Durante la guerra los aliados
pusieron al servicio de los ru-
sos toda su experiencia y ayuda
en la materia. El Kremlin hbo
buen uso de ella y hoy el radio
es uno de los ms poderosos Ins-
trumentos con que el Soviet
cuenta para su campaa con-
tra la democracia occidental.
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r AGIN A CUATRO
11 PANAMA AMOUCA -OI/JHO INDKPENDDWTI
MARTES, JUNIO IS, If51
Matarifes de Chorrera quieren
aumentar el precio de la carne
El Dr. Octdvio Mndez Pereira
inaugur los cursos que tiene
la Universidad en Aguadulce
HACIENDO ESTIRAS He aqui ana campesina chirtcana,
fabricando una de las esteras ne se usan para la carta del
banano a lomo de muas en las plantaciones de la Chiriqu
Land Co. en la Provincia de Chiriqu.
cJLa o
uena
h
xuincin
Un servicio del Instituto de Nutricin de C. Amrica Panam
Protenas: En el arroz y en el maz
i La cantidad total de proteina
'en el arroz es ms baja que en
Ja mayora de todas las vare-
edades del maz y del trigo. Pe-
V arroz de buena calidad. Su valor
biolgico es superior al de otras
cereales.
An ms, hay evidencias de
que la proteina del arroz puli-
do es superior a laa protehins
ci las harinas de otros cereales
como la harina del trigo. Pero
muy pocos experimentos se han
hecho en 'mmanos para encon-
trar el verdadero valor biolgi-
co de la protena del arroz.
El suplemento de leche al a-
rroz resulta en una utilizacin
mejor de las protenas de este
cereal como tambin las prote-
nas de carne, pescado y otros
fuplementan las protenas del
arroz. En el ramo de agricultu-
ra se han hecho experimentos
con el arroz, mostrndose que
la adicin de nitrgeno al terre-
na aumenta el porcentaje de su
proteina. Como tambin con el
uso de fertilizantes algunos -
cldos amlnados esenciales pue-
den aumentar en el contenido
de la proteina del arroz.
En el maz se encuentra la
.irotena llamada zeina la cial
cuando se le da a los animales
en la dieta como nica protei-
na aparece insuficiente para
mantener la vida y el creclmlcn
lo del animal. Pero el maz con-
tiene adems de esa proteina o-
tras de ms alto valor en igual
cantidad. La zena sin embargo
toma parte muy importante en
el crecimiento cuando se en-
cuentra en una mezcla de y.o-
teina de alto valor nutritivo
Si se compara el trigo, el a-
rroz y el maz tal como se usan
en nuestros,pases el maz re-
sulta ser er-'que tiene ms alto
valor de proteina por ser el ara-
no que se consume casi com-
pleto.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Vehculo antiguo. '
7Quisieras con amor.
13Rey legendario de Itaca.
14Pila o montn.
15Nordeste. Abv.
16Parte del aparato digestivo.
18Orden Militar, Inic.
19Uno mismo.
21Aparato de pesca.
22Letra castellana.
23Yunque de plateros.
24Dos.
25Untar de sal.
27Elogiados.
30Mueble.
31Nombre de mujer.
32Adverbio de modo.
34palo.
37Relativo a los sabinos
42Mortal
44Ocano.
45Personaje bblico.
46exclamacin.
47Famso confesor espaol.
49Del verbo arar.
50 Nota musical.
51Famoso satrico italiano-
SPronombre.
SSCmico del cine norteame-
ricano.
S7Ordinal de nueve
19Como la seda.
0Te atrevieras.
VERTICALE8:
1Asiento en los teatros
2Contrario a la ley.
3Caso de pronombre.
4Demostrativo.
5Cabeza de ganado.
8Motines, rebellones.
7Altares.
8Migajas.
Propietario.
10Nota musical.
11Olores agradables.
12Superficial.
17Guia de navegantes.
20Constelacin.
22Letra castellana.
24Alimento fundamental.
28Ciudad suramerlcana, Inv.
28Proyectil de arma de fuego.
29Relativo al sbado.
33Existir.
34Aromas.
35Ttere, mueco.
38Amarre.
: 38Igual al 47 horizontal.
39Pimiento. Inv.
40Smbolo de nobleza.
41Gruesos.
43Hogares.
4.**, -Clase de pez del Caribe.
51Desinencia de Io quebrados
52Nosotros.
53Alga filamentosa.
\ 56Imperativo de r
58Terminacin verbal.
su1 n vru
l'l'Kl lilRBU M|.;ii'l'i
Ml'J UUfcl&l HilJL*
lilil na IJ H'J MU MM
lll'JIJ IJMUHMM
rifaran nnniliiiininPi
m^rnunnc rannra
naran Finn mu
fiiiRinin rannn
niiPi nnHriHU'tn
ranftH rtnnjR tiara
En Chinina protestan
por la actitud de la
actual corregidora
Se nos ha enviado la slguitn-
te carta para su publicacin:
Panam, 8 de Junio de 1951.
8eor Dldector de
"El Panam America".
Presente.
Eotlmado Seor:
Agradecer a Ud., darle cabi-
da a esta humilde carta que le
dirigimos, nosotros los morado-
res de Chinina, al seor Gcocr-
nador de la Provincia y ai 8r.
Alcalde de Chepo:
"Estimados seores; nosotros
los moradores de Chinina nos
dirigimos a Ud una y mil veses
mas, por la manera como ha vr>
nido actuando la Corregidora y
su esposo el seor polica quien
no se encuentra en su lutar
desde el 21 de Mayo pasado p'.r
encontrarse en la pesca de ca-
marn prueba evidente tentmo3
en la capitana del Puerto do
Panam, de las entradas y sali-
das de dichos seores; aden,s
protestamos de la manera cci.i
\iene administrando justicia (la
corregidora del lugar) ya que
acta a base de caprichos y 10
con las leyes del Cdigo Admi-
nistrativo he aqu ejemplo*:
lo. Derriba de los rboles Lu
tales en los alrededores.
2o. Impedir a los agricultores
t derribo de montes (con qu
fin?)-
Como dicha seora tiene en
ese lugar una tienda de aba-
notes al no tener que comer ex-
plota a sus antojo a los mota-
dores.
Esperamos seor Gobernador
que ponga sus buenos oficio* en
este caso que venimos luchando
durante tres aos ya que el se-
or Alcalde del Distrito de Clie-
po s ha 'aecho oreja sorda ms
no sabemos el por qu no ha
querido actuar.
Sin ms de Uds.
Concepcin S. Hinestrota, y
Trinidad Lasso.
En Julio celebrarn
?n Juan Daz las
'estas patronales
Se llevarn a cabo los das
14 15 y 16 de Julio.
La Junta de Festejos encar-
eada de la organizacin de s-
tas, viene agitndose fuerte-
mente para poder llevar a fe-
liz trmino estas tradicionales
fiestas.
Por tal motivo ha organiza-
do un certamen para escoger
la Reina que presidir dichas
fiestas. Las candidates a ele-
gir son las bellas seoritas Es-
ther Polo. Josefa Kam Adames.
Delia cedeo. Arinda Mackay
y Gladys Barranco.
El Sr. Gilberto Cueto tlllo). Presidente de la Junta
de Festejos solicita a los mora-
dores de Juan Das y muy es-
oeclalmente a los amigos de es-
te pueblo, su cooperacin para
que sean estas fiestas tan bue-
nas como siempre lo han sido.
Han solicitado al Ministro
de Agricultura. Comercio e
Industrias la autorizacin
Los expendedores de carne de
k. Chorrera se han dirigido !
Ministro de Agricultura, Coinei-
c'o e Industrias, Ingeniero Da-
vid Samudio para que considere
las tarifas de la carne actual-
mente en esa poblacin en el
sentido de elevar en cinco cen-
tavos los precios actuales.
Sostienen los expendedores de
carne de La Chorrera, que la
cercana a Panam, nace c,ue
os matarifes adquieran el ga-
nado a Idntico precios que en
la ciudad capital y la dlferen:U
de precios en Chorrera, es de
diez centavos ms barato a,UI
en Panam.
Los precios que rigen en Pa-
nam y la Chorrera para la c*.r
ne son los siguientes: Lomo Da
iiHinai B. 0.40; Chorrera: B. 030
F.lete (Panam) B. 0.75; Cnc-
nera: B. O.40; Hgado (Par.e-
m>: B.0.80, Chorrera: B.0.30
Pecho (Panam): B- 0.30, Clis-
irera B. 0.20.
Los matarifes de La Choriara
compran en el Interior un pro-
medio de ciento ochenta reses
mensuales.
El Ministro Samudio est con
slderando esta solicitud, tenien-
do en cuenta que los expende-
'.'ores de carne de La Chorrera
pagan menos impuesto al Oo-
blerno que ios de lu capital, po-
ra decidir si se justifica el alza
del precio de la carne.
Administrador de la finca
del Dr. Arnulfo Arias en la
Laguna hace una explicacin
El seor Toms Bellido V*ea,
administrador de la finca que
ei Doctor Arnulf o Arlas tiene
en La Laguna de San Carlos, te
ha acercado a nuestra redac-
cin para manifestar que sin
falsos los cargos que se hacen
con respecto al supuesto des-
pojo de los antiguos propietarios
de los terrenos en los cuales
est ubicada la finca.
Agrega que los terrenos estn
titulados y que el Doctor A.'as
uag todos los rboles frutales
y dems siembras que all exis-
ten.
El seor Bellido Vega, dice
que los antiguos dueos de lis
propiedades han manifestado
que se metern en los terrenes
rl les reconocen sus dereCnos o si
oe los niegan-
PUNTOS DE VISTA
Desvanezca la Gorwa
I I tortura arruina rj gura
hae* qu. tenga dificultad para respirar
r pone su salud on peligro, encontrar
que e. fcil perder m.dio kll Jo*
illa con al nuevo mtlodu de Hollywood
lo peligro. Pida FORMOUK en ra
El Caso de los Prof setts
Ayer nos ocupamos del caso
de los profesores graduados |ue
no habiendo conseguido la aus-
n era de ganarse la vida por o-
tros medios, quieren que el Es-
tado, por intermedio del Minis-
terio de Educacin, les resuc.va
u problema. Pero no es lo malo
ou deseo de encontrar ocupa-
cin ejerciendo el profesorado,
sino que, para complacerles, ha-
br que desalojar los profeso;ai
cin grado y en ejercicio.
Pero, cabe preguntar, si la es-
tabilidad del educador am pura
nicamente a los graduados v
si hay derecho a que un profe-
sor, porque ostenta un grado
^uede desalojar a otro, que no
'o tiene, pero que jiosee haoill-
dad pedaggica que se tradjee
-n resultados prcticos Inmejo-
rables.
Porque, de qu sirve que un
('octor en Medicina tenga un
ttulo si su habilidad para tu-
rar es nula? Igual pasara y
pasa con los educadores a
quienes el titulo adquirido no
les da la habilidad que desarro-
llan intuitivamente los pedago
gos por vocacin.
La desorientacin en la edu-
cacin pblica, ha llevado a la
fabricacin de maestros y pro-
fesores en serle, como si se tra-
tase de artculos industriales de
manufactura corriente. De all
arranca una parte principal del
iotundo fracaso de la escue'a
anamea y Sus secuela de 1-
nadaptados.
Muchos buenos agricultores,
artesanos, Industriales, ganade-
ros, obreros especializados y
nuches otros del personal que
necesita el pas para su recons-
truccin econmica, se Via malc-
arado por la defectuosa orien-
tacin imprimida oficialmente a
,u;0 IA NUEVA
ODO ROO
-el ilesoiloiante
eficaz
1 Detiene rpidamente, sin
peligro, el sudor.
1 Hace desaparecer inmedia-
tamente el olor del sudor.
3 Le ofrece completa pro-
teccin de mim> a trts das.
4 No irrita la piel normal-
puede usarla a diario.
LlPROPORCIONA
M\ ^
1 > -j ESTAS VENTAJAS
la escuela panamea. No se ve
por alguna parte asomos de va-
riacin en los sistemas. SI ios
tirores fundamentales persistan
es lgico que contine el de-
sastre.
Los Leones de La
Chorrera eligen
nueva directiva
El Club de Leones de La Cl'.o-
nera, en sesin celebrada el
viernes oc'.io de los corrientes
.iigtu nueva directiva para e'
perodo Junio de 1951 a Junio
de 1952 saliendo electo como
presidente el seor Jos I. Ma-
drid O., persona que goza de
toda la confianza del Club y
c,ulen ha sido Vlce-Presldcnte
por dos periodos consecutivos do
tacho club.
Al presidente actual le eories-
ponder terminar la obra lid-
ciada por el Presidente sallei.le
j sea el Parque Inaltll de Jua-
na Bautista de La Coba, oora
sta que tiende a buscar lugares
de esparcimiento a la niez de
La Chorrera.
5 No mancha ni dafia la
ropa.
6 Nunca os teca ni e pone
arenosa, como los desodo-
rantes ordinarios.
7 No es grasosa, se desvanece
como "cold cre*m".
Millones it mujeril (sean con/emjme-j U
ODO-RO-NO
El desodorante sin par
\
Adorne sus pon res con el pri-
mor mgico de le Crema Ao-
et para Batir. Rice y apetitosa
para pastelea, bucocboi. bu-
dines. Permanece firme y bate
rpidamente. A usted le encan-
tar esta crema fresca esterili-
zada, de pura leche de rica, por
lo buena que es y por sus cuali-
dades preservatives. Prubela
y de boy a adelante no de-
jar de tenerla siempre a mino.
roste tesaM* le (reate AfOUT (e tes*
tt 4 c*M, cea tersases y frates.
kpi
PataBtUi*
CUMA tHUOTUlADA (NAT
St COHUtV ro* MtS8
Gran entusiasmo hay
en Aguadulce por las
fiestas patronales
AGUADULCE, Junio 12 (Co-
iresponaal) Con gran pompa
festejar Aguadulce sus traeisclo
nales fiestas de San Juan Bau-
tista, desde el 23 hasta el 27 de
los corrientes. 8e ha confeccio-
nado un extraordinario pro.*a-
nia que ser- desarrollado dentro
del ms acendrado espritu de
emocin y de altura cvica.
Los abanderados Nlno Clii.iri.
Marcel Pens y el "Pulo" Daw-
mn se encuentran listos para
hacer en su da el ms alto de-
rroche de esplendor de cuantos
pudiera tejer la ms proficua 1-
naglnacln popular-
Don Nlno se lucir con torca
de las mejores haciendas de non
Marcos Robles P. como Marcel
ver que en cosas de ganado los
Jt Leones no son malos y Da'\ -
son presenciar la ms bufa de
las corridas, durante su "Gallo-
t" el 24 de los corrientes a las
4 p.m.
Entregar don Alejo Jimnez,
cnmlco presidente de las i.co-
tas, el lbaro festivo al caudillo
del liberalismo Istmeo don Ro-
berto F. Chlaii, quien presidir
la corrida del 25 de junio. For
este mismo conducto expondie-
mos todos los actos relacion-
os con las fiestas de San Juan
Bautista, como tambin apro-
vechamos la oportunidad pera
Invitar a todos en General.
AGUADULCE, Junio 12 (o0-
nesponsali II I de os o.-
irientts fueron Inaugurados
oficialmente los cursos universi-
tarios de Aguadulce, correspon-
dientes al presente ao lee a, o
Aunque para sorpresa de mu-
chos esta vez ha sido menor el
nmero de estudiantes presentes.
no es ello ndice revelador de
que no habr una favorable M-
uccln en cuanto a sobrepasui
en mucho la actual asistencia.
El rector Dr Mndez P. f-c
ei un equipo de laboratorio u-
na vez el primer ciclo de Agua*
ciulce cuente con edificio propio
y apto para merecer este mate-
rial de enseara.
Un ameno programa y un a*
broto buffet fueron desarrolla*
dos y servidos en honor de les
profesores asistentes.
Valioso obsequio se
har al hospital de
Penonom en breve
PENONOME, 11 de Junio de
1951 (Corresponsal Especial).
El Dr. Federico Rodrigues Einl-
liani. obsequiar al Hospital
Aquilino Tejelra de Penonom
un valioso equipo de hospital e
Instrumental de ciruga que ha
venido manteniendo al servicio
del hospital.
Esta determinacin la ha to-
mado el Dr. Rodrguez Emllla-
nl para evitar que pueda su-
frir trastornos la buena mar-
cha de esa Institucin en el
caso de que sea l separado de
la Direccin del Hospital. Este
valioso donativo que est al ser-
vicio del Hospital desde su in-
auguracin fu factor deter-
minante da importancia en la
rpida apertura de los servicios
medicos p.sistenciales de esa
Institucin de Salud, y ha si-
do objeto de clidos y elogio-
sos comentarlos en la comuni-
dad coclcsana.
iHda las
cosas por
su nombre!
Si piensa hiecr past-
les, pida Polvo de
Hornear Royal e in-
sista en este nombre...
porque el prestigio de
Royal se presta a mu-
chas imitaciones. Por
eso debe exigir Royal
en su famoso boteci-
to rojo.
ROYAL
Dejar que los tcnicos sigan
manejando el Departamento de
Agricultura, el Ing. Quintero
DIVISA, junio de 1051.
En estos das visit oficial-
mente el Instituto Nacional de
Agricultura el Secretarlo del
Ministerio de Agricultura, Ing.
Carlos J. Quintero, en compa-
a del Director del Departa-
mento de Agricultura, Ing. Por-
firio Gmez.
Despus de visitar las distin-
tas dependencias de esta ins-
titucin, el seor Secretario se
reuni con los jefes de depar-
tamentos del INA pata salu-
darlos, conocerlos y cruzar Ideas
sobre la mejor marcha del Ins-
tituto.
"Para m es motivo de orgullo
volver por segunda vez. a esta
Institucin como representante
del gobierno nacional en una
posi clon directriz", comenz
manifestando el Ing. Quintero;
agregando que "el Instituto Na-
cional de Agricultura merece
para l una atencin especial,
en vista de que es un agricul-
tor convencido y cree que la
redencin econmica del pas
estar en la agricultura y uno
de los factores ms eficaces pa-
ra llegar a ese Ideal, est en
el-Impulso que se le d al Ins-
tituto Nacional de Agricultura
y a sus egresados".
"Hizo la declaracin oficial y
formal de que el Ing. Luis A.
Palacios quedara encargado de
la direccin de todo el Institu-
to, mientras llegue la Misin
Agrcola Americana y espero
'..ea "El Aviso Oportuno*
que todos marchen en comple-
ta armona, para prestigio da
esta Institucin".
"Mientras est en esta posi-
cin voy a procurar dejar en
el Ministerio de Agricultura el
tarjetarlo que registre el sta-
tus de cada uno de los tcni-
cos al servicio del Ministerio,
sean nacionales o extraneros; lo
mismo que la de los peritos
agropecuarios, a los que deseo
darles el mayor nmero de o*
portunidades para que trabajen
bajo la dependencia del Minis-
terio de Agricultura".
Varios tcnicos expusieron sus
puntos de vista y problemas so-
bre necesidades y dificultades
encontradas en el transcurso
del tiempo que llevan laboran-
do en el Instituto y se espera*
que el Ministerio sabr soluclo-;
nar cuanto antes, muchas de
ellas.
Segn nos manifest el In-
geniero Quintero, continuarla
su visita con los Fomentos A-
gricolas de Los Santos y Vera-
guas. (
RED PANAMERICANA1
tiene los i
mejores programas
Rones Cansados Pueden
Causar Lumbago y
Levantadas Nocturnas
ti se tienta usted Indispuesto, o tie-
ne que levantarse de noche, o pidaoe
'isted da mareo, ,'..-vloaldad. doloiee
Je eepalda o de pierna, tobllloe hin-
chados, dolores en las articulaciones,
ardor en loa conductos y exceso de
siidei. ai funcionamiento lento de loa
rones puede ser la verdadera, causa
de en* malea.
I.oa alimentos y bebidas mal esjeo-
!idos pueden causar un ezceeo da
cldoa y recarsar los rones) do tal
manera que funcionan mal y necesi-
tan estimulante ayuda diurtica para
Sue los Tiflones ejersan bien su funcin
s purificar su sanare debidamente y
conservarle la salud y la* fuerxea.
Ayude los Pienes cano
\wQ i [H ll Mf MMI
Muchos medico* han descubierto
por medio de pruebas clsntlflcaa y
clnicas, sel como en *1 diario ejerci-
ste a eu arofealfin. que un diurtico
estimlente de lo* rtflonee y paliativo
Sira la In nacin funcional de la Te-
sa y va* urinaria* en estada do
acides es Cystex, preparado cientfico,
que e* una receta medica. Centenares
y centenares de casos en lo* archivo*
de esto* mdico*, prueban qu* asrf o*.
Tratamiento
Le primera doels de Cystex eoi.ilen-
tt A hacer su afecto inmediata-
mente, ayudando a sus Tiflones a a-
rrojsr el exceso de cido*. Esto puede
hacer que usted *o sienta como nuevo
otra ves. Tan seSuros estn los fabri-
cante de Cystsx de qu* usted que-
dar completamente satisfecho, eu*
le piden que he** uated la prueba.
Pida Cystex hoy mismo en tu far-
macia favorita.
Cystex
vene, y
arfSSKSt
&Hfifo
-5
I Setrs'
es l PAHM
para diontt ms
limpios1 y sanos
... y es porque Iptna
limpia mucho, mucho mejor!
Descubre a sus dientes
todo su esplendor ... ayuda
a conservarlos sanos ... deja
la boca freses I Una sola
prueba convence y estusias- -
ma. Comience hoy t usar
Pasta Dental Ipana y luzca
siempre "la sonrisa de la belleza".
Recuerde: t
pedido proM'
sWseeSiuiilt



MARTES, JUNIO 18, MM
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Informes para es! i seccin se reciben en Ir
f\eaaccn Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono S-Sltt
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PAUINA CINCO
i i' m >i i
Comida
En nonor de 8. E. el Emba-
jador del Per y Decano del
Honorable Cuerpo Diplomtico,
seor Emilio Ortlz de Zevallos
y seora Mary T. de Ortiz de
Zevallos, el Gobernador de la
Zona del Canal, Brigadier Ge-
neral Francis K. Newcomer y
seora Mary de Newcomer ofre-
cieron anoche una comida en
su residencia.
Almuerio
La seora Marguerite de Mo-
rris, ofreci hoy un almuerzo
en el Club de Oficiales de Al-
brook Field, para agasajar a
la seora Cecilia E. de Arias,
Presidenta salient- del Club In-
teramerlcano de Mujeres. Asis-
tieron adems las damas de las
juntas directivas salientes y en-
trantes de dicho club.
Agasajo de Despedida
Para despedir a la seora Ada
de Jimnez, esposa del Cnsul
enera] de Costa Rica, se est
organizando un almuerzo que
tendr lugar el jueves 14 del
presente mes, a las 12:30 p.m.
en el Hottl El Panam. Sus
mistades que deseen asistir pue-
den llamar a los telfonos
3-1913 3-0720.
Despedida de Soltera
ta seora Mary M. de Lyons
ofrece hoy un t en su resi-
dencia en el Cangrejo, para des-
pedir de su vida de soltera a la
seorita Ana Lucrecia Arlas,
quien contraer matrimonio Id
semana entrante.
Reunion del Comit
Pro Retiro Matas Hernndez
Se cita por este medio a to-
das las damas del Comit Pro
Retiro Matas Hernndez del
Club Interamerlcano de Muje-
res, para una reunin muy Im-
portante que tendr lugar ma-
ana mircoles a las 10 a.m. en
la residencia de la seora Ro-
sario A. de Oallndo en La Cres-
ta.
Reunin de la Me
Panamericana
Redonda
La Mesa Redonda Panameri-
cana tendr maana, a las 3:30
p.m. en el Paraninfo de la Un-
NUESTRO REGALO
PARA LAS NOVIAS
DE JUNIO:
20% DE DESCUENTO
en Esprines y Colchones
SIMMONS!
Con el descuento
CONSERVAN LA JUVENTUD Y LA BELLEZA !
MiBlERIfl
^VE.CENTRALyCALLE 21 E.1*TELS.2-1830
y 2-1833
de CUTE*
Huevo e iridiscente esmalte para uas
Ei mis que un nuevo tono... es en verdad un nuevo es-
enalte para las uas. Se llama Pearl Brillianceexclusivo
de Cotes. Naturalmente usted querr llevar este esmalte
iriilitcentc, novedad que se est imponiendo de
moda, y que har relucir sus uas como joyas.
Pruebe hoy mismo adquiriendo un frasquito de
Pearl Brilliance de Cutes. Viene en diferentes
matices de ltima moda.
Armonice con el nuevo esmalte iridiscente el
lipit labiet Cutexque te complementen y
pretlen etegmncie mi vestir.
ti etmelte pmre uf.es mi popular del mund*
versldad, una reunin muy Im-
fiortante para aprobar los est-
utos y acordar programa para
atender a la insigne artl&ta Ma-
nan Anaeraon, a tu llegada i
Panam. 8e suplica la puntual
asistencia.
Cambio de Residencia
El seor Enrique de la Guar-
dia N. y stora Laura R. de de
la Guardia y familia, han tras-
ladado su residencia a la ca-
lle so j Calle 14 en Patulla,
en donde se ponen a las rde-
nes de sus amistades.
Para loa Estados L'nldos
Despedimos atentamente a su
Seora el Arzobispo de Pana-
m, Monseor Francisco Beck-
man, quien sigui hoy para Ca-
lifornia.
Sigui ayo:- por la va area,
Bf. Tex?,s Chicago, ei gnor
William Y. Boyd. Lo despedi-
mos. *^
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
al Prof. Alfredo St. Malo, quien
sigui ayer para Texas.
Para Costa Rica
8igui hoy hacia Costa Rica
en donde pasar una tempora-
da de descanso la seora Mara
del c. Alcedo. Grata estada le
deseamos.
De los Estados Unido*
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Minnesota y Nue-
va York, se encuentran de nue-
vo entre nosotros el seor John
Oorln y seora Dorothy de Oo-
rln y su hija Diana Colette. Los
saludamos eordlalroente.
GRADUADA
^aH
Con asistencia de la seora Hellodora A. de Arosemena, esposa del Excmo. Sr. Presidente de
la Repblica, seor Alclbades Arosemena, y Presidenta Honoraria del Club Interamerlcano
de Mujeres, se llev a cabo el sbado un almuerso en el hotel El Panam, para presentar a
la nueva junta directiva del club, elegida para el ao 1951-1952. Esta fotografa nos muestra
una vista pardal de dicho acto en la cual vemos, en la mesa principal, de Izquierda a dere-
cha, la seora Julieta H. de Galludo, la seora Hercilia I. de Cucaln, segunda vice-presi-
denta para el ao 1951, seora Mary de Newcomer, vice-president honoraria, seora Merce-
des de Chen, primera vice-presidenta del ao 1950, seora M. de Koeple, presidenta del Ca-
pitulo de Coln para el ao 1951, aeora Louise de Scheibla, presidenta fundadora del club,
seora Heliodora A. de Arosemena, presidenta honoraria del club, seora Cecilia E. de Arlas,
Presidenta del ao 1950, seora Yolanda de H/rsehfeld, Presidenta del Capitulo de Coln del
ao 1950, seora Irene de Donovan, segunda vice-presidenta del ao 1950 y primera vice-
presidenta del ao 1951, seora Alice de Lombard, presidenta del club para el ao 1951, se-
orita Thelma Godwin, primera vice-presidenta del capitulo de Coln, y la seora Margue-
rite de Morris, vice-presidenta honoraria del Club. (Foto El Halcn)
La Srlta. Rormecinda Schmidt
Ylp, despns de terminar bri-
llantemente sus estudies de en-
fermera en la Universidad de
St. Joseph, en Cincinnati, Oble,
regres ayer al lado de sus pa-
dres.
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida a la seorita
Lastenia Cardoze Fbrega, quien
regres ayer de loa Estados
Unidos.
Saludamos al seor Florencio
Icaza y a su hijo, seor Adol-
do Icaza Z., quienes regresaron
en dias pasados de Nueva York.
Del Interior
Procedente de Santiago, se
encuentra desde ayer en nues-
tra capital el seor Rodolfo Diaz
Arosemena. Grata estada le de-
seamos.
l
Bautizo
En la Iglesia de la Merced
recibi en dias pasados las
Aguas Lstrales, el nio Fer-
nando Alonso, hijo del seor
Vctor de la Guardia y seora
Viola A. de de la Guardia. Fue-
ron sus padrinos el seor Al-
berto de la Guardia y seora
Ella A. de de la Guardia. Mu-
chas felicidades le deseamos a
nuevo cristiano.
Restablecidos-
Despus de haber guardado
cama urente varios dias en
su residencia, se encuentra
completamente restablecida la
seora Magdalena C. de Du-
que. Nos alegramos.
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del Lie. Diego B. Garca
Monje, quien abandon en das
pasados el Hospital Santo Te-
mas.
Bienvenida
Saludamos cordialmente al fo-
ven estudiante Mario s. Lash-
man, quien se encuentra en es-
ta, procedente de Kohut School
de New York en uso de vaca-
clones. Grata estada en esta le
deseamos.
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Dramatizacion, cortesa
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La Vos Emocional do
Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
Noticiero "Pereira"
Cort. Calzados Pereira
Dedicatorias
Vibraciones del Aira
Eor Nacho Valda
a Cancionera
Sentimental
con Kerlma Galstlca
El Molino Silencioso
Dramatlzaclqn RPA
Sus Canciones Preferidas
con Flavlo Garca,
acompaa Lucho Muoi
Cort. Floristera Valvn
Lucho Ascrraga
y su rgano
Cort. Ron Carta Vieja
Mi Marido. Dramatizacin
Cortesa Cigarrillos Camal
Pginas de Amor
dramatizacin cortesa de
El guila Imperial
Serenata de las Americas
con Soils y Gmez
Genoveva
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
En Vos Baja
con Anita Villalaz. Cort.
de Mueblera La Europea
Mxico y su msica
8:45 Favoritos norteamericanos
9:00 Francia y' su msica
9:15 Grandes artistas
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica favorita
10:30 Variedad musical
11.00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabra*
12:00 Buenas noches
Himno nacional
7:00
7:15
7:30
7:45
8:00
S:15
8:30
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tibi l.
arfeedowwoi
AH0RA-
| Estes Matices "UPS
Duran An Mis I
Uta I nueve leii lebiol Pena"i
4 radiantes y iureiete* maiicti.
| Mus indeleble quo nunca I |Qu encarnada qusdar Ud.
al vtr qua al nuevo lpiz labial do Pond's te adhiere
o sus labios an ms qua antas I El nuevo Pond's "tips"
dura frasco y rodianla por muchas mil hars.
I Ms uniformemas sadesal Debido o
un ingrediente nuava Pond's "lips" queda
en sus lobies satinado, sin orillos borrosos. Na
as grasoso ... no SO empasta ... ni so resaco.
Comer va sus labios suaves | hechiceros I
(Colores suntuosos I Matices ms naturales,
vibrantes ... tonos da moda que cencuerdn
con su tipa y su vestida. | El nuevo Pend's
"Lips" as su perfecto acanta da elegancia I
POND'S "UPS
//


Cumpleaos de Hoy
2ra' J?*a p ** Quizado.
S Hilda Mara V. de Mon-
teverde.
Sra Ana Julia F. de Garcia
de Paredes
Sra. Nelly A. de Lloyd
Dr. Narciso Garay.
Sr. Eric Delvalle.
S- R'el ?* d,r H,n
Las
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. carmen de la L. de Na-
varro.
dr
Pra. Deypnira de Poyl
Pra. Mari- del Pilar a
Altamiranda.
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*r. Jua'n Arosemena.
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La direccin de Juan Antonio Thibault.
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Y 'a narracin de Victor F. Miranda.
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Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
i la Cudcd drsdo B.1.00 el mitro
Alonamos equipo pesada paro
, mov.mienlo de tierra.
Alquilamos lotes a largos plazos.
e>. Club de 'oles. B.3.00 y 8.4 00
i se.-nanoiev
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
Mndez y Zuoieta ofrece en venta
i occwies Abottoir.
SE VfcNOt: Automvil Ce Soto do
tres osientos, propio paro vioio al
interior. Tel. 2-C09I.
SE VENDE;Un Panel International
1949. Verlo o 12 p. m. Cali
16 y calle C "La Parada".
SE VENDE:GANGA! Per motivo de
viajo, carro Packard 1949 en per-
fectos condiciones. Borotsimo
Puede vfit de 6:30 en adelante
en callo 41 Este No. II altos.
H
SE VENDE:Por mo;vo de vioje. lo
acreditada Boibera Europea. Ca-
' lie 17 Ce-.te No. 70.
SE VENDE: Camin Ford 1942
1 1-2 tonelada. Precio B. 1,500.
Buenas condiciones. Dirjose Garo-
ge Servicio Pblico. Calle "B" No.
70.
SE ALQUILAApartamento amobla-
do, una recmara; oguo caliente,
telfono, ropa y cnstalerio. Via
Espaa 2022. Informes Callo 46
No. 25. telfono 3-1880.
5E ALQUILA:Amplio y ventilado
apartamento. Colle Ricardo Anos
No. 8. Informes en los bajos.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento amplio,
dos recmoros, sala-comedor, ca-
llo 43 No. 41. ._________
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento grande,
cmodo, en calle primero No. 18.
altos. Sr. Rin, Banco Nocional.
'/_.'\Di::-rEquipo de carpintera:
. .. .o de hena.'O x 30. Troic-
i.;.-. t:i3C a 'ji. .co cen ;us iv.o-
to.e;. Cclle lo. No. 4, Vaia Har-
rr.ci. Tel. 3-2536. _____
. ,.AS: En tomones vanedos
f-arc sclliloccr cualquiera necesi-
ced F IC.'ZA y COMPAA.
,*v;:-.'d B 79
Bueno Oportunidad pora Cocinero
;o.om:nte por raionet d* (olida del
pe.i so vende o arriando Restouronta
11 tn'o poredo I moderno con nuevo
equipo, on Colidenio. Avenido Con-
trol. Vanre men ujI casi B.5.000.
i Sin Domi.ifs'.'. Llame por inlor-
mcr'ones 2-3404.
S \.;.Z'-. Ei.'ar.ro iv.arca "To'e*
o coi nuevo, de 15" Ib;, de ca-
o p;ck*d. Avenida Ancn No. 13.
S- VE' DE: Mezcladora elctrica
p.ra hocsr mezcla para bloques de
; c-.icrclc. Avenida 4 c Julio No.
> 1 .
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f
_.vD: Cachnos linos, cinco
,:r.->cnas. Familia Vilzr. CeiiO 9o.
F^rqua Lefevre, Barriodo Panomi
Amrica.
, nol de Fon ama ofrece en venta
. i. .o p.opue-tas seliacas que he."
ca ob.'rse a los 10:30 ci lo rrc-
i r.na del d.a 26 de junio de 1951,
' reface.enes do maquinas da escri-
bir "Royol" y "Underwood", si-
| tuodos en la Seccin E, Aln-.ace-
' n:s de jiboa, telfono 2-2730.
'. Se podran obtener los formularios
' para las propuestos de los luga-
i- antes indicador, o del despacho
del Superintendente de Almacenes,
en Balboa, telfono. 2-2777.
EL CANAL DE PANAMA OFRICi
IN VENTA
t. Canol de Fcnam ofrece en ven-
ta, boio propuestos cerradas, que se
h'.n de abrir en pblico a los 10 y
30 de lo moona del 20 de Juno
de 1C5. 971 artculos de repuestos
mi:ce!nos paro cutomvil que se
r -ur.trcn en el Garcge de Cristo-
tal. Divi-.i^n de Transportes a Va-
lor. Fro f.nes de informacin e ins-
peccin, llmese al Sr. R. W. Erick-
ton, teletono 3-2157. Se pueden
conseguir los formularios paro las
pro-uestos en el lugar indicado arri-
ba o en la Oficina, del Superintenden-
te 1*0 Almocenes, Balboa, telfono 2-
2777.___________________________
tU- CANAL DE PANAMA OFRECE
EN VENTA EDIFICIOS
El'Cnnol de Panarra ofrece en venta,
al mejor pcslor, los edificios Nos.
355, 407, 420. 438 y 442. en An-
cn; 334, 358 y 368, en Gatn;
1715, en Cri.tbol; 3345, en Camp
Bierrj. Se recibirn los propuestos
selladas, en la oficina del Superin-
tendente de Almacenes, en Bolboo.
hasta los 10 y 30 de lo maana del
2$ de Junio de 1951. cuando se non
d abrir en pblico. Se pueden con-
seguir los formulorios para los pro-
puestas, con los pormenores comple-
tis, en los oficinas del Superinten-
dente de Almacenes, Balbca, y en
lars de los Administradores de Casas
Housing Managers I en Bj boa Hgts.
y i en Cristbol.
SE Vci\'D":O alquila terreno ms
de dos hectreas 120,271 Mts, 2)
cen cosa; propio para Urbaniza-
c.n o pera grande;, dspsitos. Si-
tuado ol lodo derecho carretero
Pueb'o Nuevo, fnnte Calle 4a.,
Vista Hermosa. Hoga sus ofertas
o A. D.. Apartado 765, Panam.
No aceptamos intermedinos.
..ANGAS: Parque Lefevre, Calle 9a ,
Chalet de 2 recmaras. 2 bonos,
talo y comedor, cuarto de servicio,
piscine. .10.000.00. facilidades
de pago. El Valle: Chalet sobre
lote con no. muebles, acciones del
acueducto. B.5.500.00. Lotes:
Altos del Goli a 1.3.75 M2 y de-
mis urbanizaciones a precios siml-
lormenle bojos Wolff y Ci., Co-
lie 5q 22. Tel. 2-2388.
~~SE "ALQUILA-
Locale
c ALQUILAN.fcurlu./tinento pa-
ra oticinat lcalos entrieao en lot
el tos do Avenido Central 44 o
procKM mdico Soliciten Intae-
mocion art Almacena* 5 y 10 con
tuvos.
SE ALQUIL/v:Local para oficina,
ambo del Teatro Central,
SE ALQUILA:Local apropiado pa-
ra barbera en los bajos de lo ca-
sa No. 8 de la calle 36 Este. Ocu-
rra a Quijano. Calle 8o. No. 15.
je VENCE:Cadillac 1950. medelo
61, negro seden. Codilloc 1951.
n-.odeio 61, negro sedan, con ra-
dio, llantas bloncas (exlrasj, nue-
vo, para entrega inmediata en la
egencia. Una gra morca Loroine
de 15 toneledas cen pluma de 45
p.es. 3 camiones International,
Volquete K II de 5 toneladas.
Un camin Volqmte, International
K8" da 10 ruedas con winche. 4
autobuses de metal con carrocera
Wayne Chevrolet. Llame al tel-
fono 3-01 14 de 8 a. m. 6 p. m.
o al 3-2487 de 6 p. m. o 9 p. m'.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con muebles
B.6.00 por semana, paro hombre.
Avenida Ernesto Lefevre, Parque
Lefevre casa No. 32.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con o sin
muebles. Hombre solo de buenos
costumbres. Responsable calle 6a.
No. 19, ltimo piso.
SE AQU LA:Cuarto amoblado para
persona solo, en Avenida Norte
No. 52. Informacin Tel. 2-2109.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amplio fren-
te al mor, toda comodidad Inme-
diata Estacin autobuses No. 5,
Plazo 2 de Enero.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado en
coso de familia, para doma. Ocu-
rra Vio Espaa 36 Apto. 6.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblodo.
fresco con balcn, paro hombre
solo. Calle Colombia No. 8, apar-
tamento 5. Telfono 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Un local para nego-
I ci. Calle lo. No. 4, Visto Hermo-
sa. Tl. 3-253.
SE ALQUILALocles de diferentes
tamaos, lugar cntrico y comer-
cio!, lado Ci Internacional de
Ventos. Calle 26 Este y Ave. Cu-
l bo. Ocurra mismo edificio Apto. 1 3.
C. Dioz, horas de oficina.
SE ALQUILA: __ Cuarto omoblado,
para hombre solo, en porte cntri-
ca. Informes Tel. 2-4040.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto refrigerado en
calle H No. 18.. Telfono 2-2948
o 2-2739. Fbrica de Hielo Estri-
peaut.
_ a
PERDIDO
SE ALQUILA: -- Apartamento cuatro
cuartos, servicio, cocino, porch,
B.55.00. Colle la. Carrasquilla
53-B. parada del Teatro Eden:__
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento dos
cuartos, servicio, cocina. Calle
"G" No. 16. Porc.e Lefevre. Pre-
gunte por ngel. Lmelo. Calle 16
Oeste No. 37, Tel. 2-0064.
SE ALQUILAN:Modernos aparta-
mentos de dos dormitorios, sala-
comedor, cocina y serveios, con
balcn hecio la calle por B.80.00
iensuolei. Ca^a No. 6 y No. 8.
Calis 36 Este. Ocurro a Quijano,
Cqlle 8a. No. 15.
SE ALQUILAN:En el Edificio Ruiz,
caso No. 15. Calle 2a. Perejil. Mo-
dernos apartamentos de una rec-
mara, sala-comedor y cocina por
B.60.00 mensuales. Ocurra a Qui-
iano. Colle 8a. No. 15.
SE ALQUILAN:En lo ca-.o No. 15
eje la Calle lo. Perejil hoy dos
apartamentos de una recmara,
sala-comedor y cocina en B.55.00
mensuales codo uno y uno de dos.
recmara', dos ~ servicios, alo-co-
medor y cocina por B.80.00. Ocu-
rra o Quijono, Calle 8o. No. 15.
SE ALQUILA:A persona responsa-
ble. Apaitamento amoblado, com-
puesto de uno recmaro con co-
rnos gemelos, sola comedor y co-
cina con estufa de gos y refrigera-
dora elctrico, por B.75.00 men-
suoles. Apto. No. 5, Casa No. 2, |
Calle lo. Perejil. Se exigen garon- I
tos. Ocurra o Qu tono, Colle 8a.
No. 15.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamentos mo-
dernos de dos recmoras. sala-co-
medor, cocina amplia, bolcn pri-
vado v azotea paro tender. Precio
mdico. Ocurro C. Daz, collel 25
Este y Ave. Cubo No. 15, Apto.
13. horas de oficino.
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE
Artculos de (a-a
SE VENDE:Estufo de gas, 4 fogo-
.nes y horno. B. 15.00. Sra. de
CA.RCHERI. calle Grol. Son Mor-
tin No. 23, apartamento 10.
SE VENDE:Juego de recmora, col-
i chn Simmons. Juego de solo. 6
cuetes de uso. juego de comedor.
I completo. Aven'da Cubo Edificio
.Amparo, Apto. 4. De 7 A. M. a
Ji-.OO P. M.
SE VENDE:Refngerodora Westmg-
. house, porcelono, 6 pies, 60 ciclos.
B. 125 00. Llame Tel. 2-1001,
Panam.
7jC por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Id. obtener
una magnifica
Refrigerado ADMIRAL
pagando slo /jC
diarios
MLEBLERIA
CASA SPARTON
Aproveche etta. oportunidad:
Central 223 Celidonia
Tel. E-1M1
Aviso de Remate
El sutcrJ'o Secretario rial Jueganlo
Pi-!m*ro del Circuir d* PanumaV. t>tt
funcionan de Alguacil Ejccctor, al pblica!
HACE SABER:
Que en el juicio ejecutivo que Aleidi
Comlex adelanta contra la Sucesin de
Roberto Ribera Barcasnegra, ae ha ae-
fialxdo lar horaa labales del da lea de
julio prximo venturo, para que tenga
lusar en anta tribunal, medium*- loa tr<
mitea del eaio, la vrnta en pblica au-
basta del afluiente bien:
"Erhcn nmero 16,380 que ron-
late en un lote de terreno nue far*
ma parte de la finca denominada "1
Providencia' y caaa en l conatruida
de un aolo piso. parc*Je de quincha y
techo de hierro acanalado, ubicada en
la ooblacln rfe Capire. Distrito de
Bejuco. Linderos y medidas de If
, casa: limita por el Norte, con p""o-
piedrid df> Manuel M. Caballero, Sur
v Kate, ejido* de la poblacin j mi
el (late, carretera Nueional y mide
ateto metros de frente por cinco y
medio metros de fondo ocupando una
aupcrficie de cuarenta y un metros
trenta centmetros. Linderos f medi-
das del terreno: Del punto A., al
punto uno. ciento ocHnta rradoa
veintisiete mfnulos. aiimut una dis-
tancia de setenta matron se llega al
punto den con un ng.tlo nimu
rient aetenta y dos grado* quince
minutos qua est a una distancia del
punto A'., de setenta dos meiroa
sesenta centmetros. limitando *U
extensin con el rea de la poblacin
de Capita, ae Mega al punto tres con
. oh ngulo Aiimut. ciento ventieis
-rados neis minutos con -una distancia
del punto A de treinta y tras me-
tro nrhenta centmetro ae llega
al p nto cuatro con un ngulo azi-
mut cuarenta grados entl.nco mi-
nutos con una distancia da ochenta
y dos metros veinte centmetro limi-
tando estas do* e*lenlonet ron '
rea de la poblacin da Capira. ae
lletM al punto cinco ron un ngulo '
a.m.y cuatro grado* tr-eintl'-fnro
minutos distante del punto A ciento
Ireintlcuatro me i ion ochenta cent-
metros limitando esta extensin ron
finca de Manuel Caballero; se llega
al punta n "- con un ngulo aaimnt
veintin grados veinte minute He
distancia de A ventids metros *e- ,
venta cantimatros limitando esta ex-
tensin hasta fl punto uno con re I
earretera Kerteral. Tiene una super- \
frie de cinco mil sesenta y ti* me-j
fros coadradea con veinte cntima- '
tro-".
Servir de hae pars 1 rem**e la !
mi de treacientns verti-iete, 18,177.t01 i
y no aera postura admisible )a qua no (
cub-a por lo menos las doa terceras
partea da esa euma-
Para habilitarse como postor, a re-
quiera consignar previamente en el des-
pacho al cinco por ciento de aaa auma
Hasta laa cuatro da la tarde se oirn
laa propuestas que se hagan y deade
ca hora hasta 'as cinro de la tarda 'as
pojas y repujas y ae adjudicar al bien
en remate al mejor poator.
Por tanto, sa fi;a el presente aviso
en lugar phMco de ste despacho boy.
oehn d- iinio da mil novecientos cin-
luent 9 uno.
Kl S -retario. en funcione de Alguacil
. tAUL r.UO 1.0PEZ O.
Ka copia.
Paaaau, de Junta a IUU
PERDIDO: Portafolio conieniendo
pose de la Armada y otra identifi-
caon. Gratificacicn, Len Ssbas-
Un I. C 28 3198 Curundu, 83-
"7296.. __ ___________
PERDDO:Maletn conteniendo lis-
ta de precios nicomente de valor
paro su dueo Se gratificar o
quien lo devuelva a la Boticc
Francesa, Avenida Central 46. Nc
se horn preguntas.
MISCELNEA
Contable panameo bilinge con 12
aos de experiencia en varios Ro-
mos, ofrece servicios. Dispuesto a
trabajar y acostumbrado o la res-
ponsobilidod. Djeme enseiorle lo
que puedo hacer. Referencias ex-
celentes. Telfono 2-3494. Apor-
tado 1922, Panam.
SE VENDE:Motor pora barco mor-
co Hrcules, de fosolino de 80 ca-
ballos de fuerzo. Ave. Norte 18, i
altos.
SE ALQUILA
'.asa
SE ALQUILA:Cholet situado en la!
interseccin de las correteros
Bayd-Roosevelt y Pueblo Nuevo,
por B.75.00. Cosa. No. 4036 Co-
rretera Pueblo Nuevo. Ocurro o
Quijono, Calle- 8a. No. 15.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Lavandera y plan-
chadora competente. Ocurra I 12
Via Espaa.
SE ALQUILA:Magnifico residencio.!
completamente omoblado. distri- j
buido en dos apartamentos, inde-
pendientes. JNo. 1 14, Calle I 1 Pai-
tillo. Llame Tel. 2-1456._________
SE ALQUILA:Chalet grande apro-
piado paro Embajada, 3 recma-
ras, porch, cocina, pontry. solo-
comedor, jardin gronde, coarfo em-
pleada con servicio. Calle 9o. Poi-
tilla. Novedades Harori. Central
No. 72.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA-,Empleado aue duer-
ma en lo cosa. Calle 48 No. 14.
Bella Visto.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que pue-
da presentar recomendacin. Buen
sueldo. Calle 48 No. 23. Apto. 4
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora que-
haceres caso, medio dio trobajo
solamente Traer referencias. Je-
rnimo de lo Ossa 25. apartamen-
to 5.
SE NECESITA: Empleada oseado,
trabajadora, para cuidar nio y
quehaceres de ca>a. Avenida Jos
de Fbrega No. 9, Posodena.
SE NECESITA:8ueno cocinera con,
referencios. Que vivo en la casa.
Calle 31 Este Ne. 38.
SE NECESITA:Niero eon expo-|
riencia. Muy buen sueldo. Ocurro-
se calle Colombio No. 20, Apto. 4.
Intil presentarse si no tiene ex-
periencia.
[SE N1CSITA:1" yltiinos da ojjii-
bicion paro olmaeo. nuavat o
usadas. Panam Auto S. A. Tele-
lene J-4550, Avo. Jooto Aroso-
meno.
;E NECESITA:Hombro con ospiro-
ciones, que hoyo cursado estudios
secundarios; do buena presen-
cia. Preferible con conocimientos
de dibuje comercial y trobajo de
oficino. dispuesto a somotersa o
riguroso entrenamiento, slrvose en-
viar sus referencias, junto con un
retrato tomoo cdula, pr escrito
ol apartado de corraos 107 I.
SE NECESITA:Persona responsoble
poro cuidor un baby. Debe dormir
en caso, se requiere experiencia
y recomendaciones. Acuda Calla
33 No 44. _________
SE NECESITA:Empleao con.refo-i
rencios. No tiene que lovar ni co-
emor. Calle Mindi, 0592-A, An-i
con.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con fl
Articulo No. 777 del CdiRO de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Pblica nmero 767
extendida en la Notara Se-
gunda del Circuito de Pana-
m y de fecha 30 de Mayo de
1951, he comprado al seor
Herbert Hamilton Griffith su
establecimiento comercial de-
nominado Refresqueria Oriff's
libre de todo gravamen y
deuda y situado en la Calle
"Q" nmero 1 de la ciudad de
Panam.
Panam. Mayo SO de 1851.
Edward Richard Bennett
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO..
l'SE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
H. Halphen recibi^
su diploma en la
Academia Riverside
AVISO
a nuestro.* clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin lleg el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera ves hay en
Panam latas de 31 os.
hasta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
La Reina y su hermana cam-
bian hijos para poder ensear
al Rey un varn y evitar la
muerte en la cuna de la nia,
verdadera hija de los Reyes.
Una leyenda histrica me-
dioeval, "La Corona de Hierro"
se ha convertido en la mejor
pelipula jamas hecha en Euro-
pa (Primer Premio Festival de
Venecia. 19501. Fastuosa, impo-
nente, llena de ima^inf-iii y
vibrante dramatismo. Especta-
cular, con mas de 15.000 acto-
res. Producida por Alessandro
Blasetti, realizador de "Fabio-
la".
"La Corona de Hierro", ser
estrenada el jueves en el Tea-
tro Lux, en funcin dedicada
al nuevo Embajador de Italia
en Panam, S.' B. Dr. Antonio
'""-"I DeSandre.
ACERO
DE REFUERZO
en todos los tamaos
PLATINAS
Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A,
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Se pedir accin
lares anuales en impuestos, se-
a" el senador.
Agreg Magnuson que le pe-
dira al embajador Austin que
tomase cualquier accin que cre-
yese necesaria en las Naciones
Unidas para, impedir que bar-
cos norteamericanos navegan-
do bajo matricula extranjera
7arparan de puertos de otros
pases con cargamentos desti-
nados a la China.
"S a ciencia cierta", dijo
que slo alrededor del tres por
ciento de los barcos propiedad
de los Estados Unidos, que na-
vegan bajo bandera panamea
funcionan en puertos de la Re-
pblica de Panam. Pero el go-
bierno panameo time el po-
der de controlar las reas a que
deben ir dichos barcos."
Dijo Magnuson que era pura
obligar-a Panam a elercer. du-
cho control, y evitar el envo de
cargamentos a Hong Kcng \>
Macao, que le estaba escribien-
do a Austin, con objeto de
las Naciones Unidas tomaban
accin oficialmente*
Seal cifras oficiales de la
Comisin Martima, que dc-
nuestian que existe treinta y
lete compaas o subsidian^
norteamericanas distintas g'.e
; oseen y mantlennen funcio-
nando ciento cincuenta y cui.-
'ro vapores matriculados bajo
a bandera de Panam.
SI aquella repblica les pur
>Iese coto a las operaciones de
'.llchos barcos, los cuales e^tuii
fuera de la jurisdiccin de ios
Estados Unidos, se detendra rl
envo de materiales de gu'-ra
i> las naciones occidentales cor,
oe.stlno a la China comunista,
alirm al senador.
i
Magnuson dijo que la Gran
Bietaa ha cumplido con las
.<-ancion.es econmicas impucswi
por las Nacorjea Unidas y que
to habla motivo alguno por el
cual otros miembros de, dk lio
organismo Internacional no de-
bieran hacer lo mismo.
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. Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
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a B/.9.50
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generales
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HOY
GAINESVILLE, Georgia, junio
12. (UP). La Academia Mi-
litar de Riverside clausur su
43o. ao lectivo con la gradua-
cin de 75 cadetes de 30 Esta-
dos, territorios y pases" extran-
jeros.
Los oradores en la ceremo-
nia de graduacin fueron el-
doctor L. M. Twiggst Capelln
de la Universidad Emory y efc
General W. A. Cunningham,
quien se gradu en Riverside en
el ao 1923, cuando la Acade-
mia hizo su primera aparicin
como una Escuela de Honor dek
Ejrcito.
Despus del discurso del Ge-
neral Cunningham, se distribu-
yeron los diplomas, lo cuale*
fueron entregados por el Gene-
ral Sandy Beaver, presidente de
Riverside desde 1913.
Entre les graduados est el
joven panameo Cadete Hum- .
berto Halphen Alzpura. hl;rj
del seor Rafael Halphen, re-
sitente en la Avenida Pablo A -;
rosemena No. 16 en la ciudad
de Panam.
El Cadete Halphen tuvo des-
tacada participacin en nume-
rosas actividades de los cade-
tes y le fue conferido nn di-
ploma en Comercio.
Mataron en Singapur
al legendario jefe
terrorista Baba Bin
SINGAPUR, Junio 12 'UP'
Las brigadas de seguridad die- .
ron muerte a Baba Bin, legeu- ,
darlo dirigente terrorista de!
comunismo.
El cadver fu conducido por
Us calles de Malacca y milejs
de nativos acudieron a vei
restos en el cuartel, ovacionan-
do a la Polica.
Por la cabeea de Baba Bin
se habia ofrecido una recom-
pensa de 20.000 dlares. El te- I
rrorista cay en una embosca--
da que le prepararon las auto-
ridades, aproximadamente al
unos 31 kilmetros de Malacct,
al conocer las autoridades qua
Baba Bin pasara por cierto
lugar.
Baba Bin era conocido como
el "invulnerable" y hacia alar-
de de ser el autor de un gran
nmero de asesinatos y actoj
de violencia inspirados por los
comunistas.
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
MAANA MIRCOLES
6:00 Buenos dis
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para' el desayuno
7.00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El cofreo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La novela matinal
El Molino Silencioso
dramatlzacin
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
12:15 Noticiero "Sparton"
12:30 Lucho Azcarraga
y su rgano <
Cort. Pinturas Pabco
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Los Boleros de Moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
200 Noticias RPA
2:05 Orquestas de saln
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Fernndez
3:15 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatizacin
Juzgan a un chileno
como contrabandista
de oro en Bombay
BOMBAY, junio 12 (UP). El
riscal N K. Petigara pidi el
sobreseimiento de la causa cj.i-
ta el ex-diplomtico chil-ho,
Lmanuel Garretn, acusado de
l.artlclpar en el contrabando de
oro.
Petigara dijo que hacia t&a
peticin en bien de las relajo-
nes amistosas con Chile. El Tri-
ounal ha decidido el estudio ce
!a petldn de Pitagara y sus-
pendi la vista del caso hasta el
jl de junio.
JUEVES!
ESTRENO
EN EL
Primer
Premio
Festival
de
Venecia
1950.
TEATRO LUX
(Aire-Acondicionado)
ESPECTACULAR1
GRANDIOSA!
EPOPEYICA!
Una leyenda de excepcional
belleza lrica y pico
dramatismo!
"LA CORONA
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La Mejor Pelcula que se
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Producida por
ALE8ANDRO BLASOTTT
(Creador de "Fabiola")
- con -
Gino Cenri Massimo Girotti
Laica tertda Elisa Cegani
- y -
>, 15,00 ACTORES MAS!
Una Pelcula EnormeFuera
de teda Comparacin!
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El Tibet ser una
colonia sovitica
con Panchn Lama
TAIPEI. jutolo 12. (UP). Se-
gn informaciones nacionalis-
tas procedentes de Hong Kong,
el rgimen de Pekn ha ords-
nado al General Chang Chlng
Wu que acompae a Panchan
Lama, expulsado en 1924 por el
Dalal Lama, en el viaje de re-
greso de ste con su comitiva
al Tibet.
De ahora en adelante el Ti-
bet ser gobernado nominal-
mente por dos Lamas. En ge-
neral, se cree que Chang Chlng
Wu ser designado Jete de ia
nueva "Comisin de Asuntos
Militares y Polticos" que est
siendo organizada.
El regreso de Panchan Lama
bajo el auspicio comunista
transformar al Tibet en una
colonia sovitica.
PRESIDENTE
Murieron cinco personas al
estallar violento incendio
en una base norteamericana
>olina. Los buzos estn buscan-
do el cuerpo de un soldado fe-
taparecdo que se presume ha
muerto.
HABANA, Urgente, unlo 12
(UP) Cinco personas real-
turon muertas, una desaparee -
da y once heridas cuando w-
luego de prigen desconocido se
extendi a travs del muelle de
12t Base' Naval norteamericana
e Ouantnamo en la provnole
de Oriente. Entre los muert-u
oc ha podido identificar a dos
oficiales, uno de ellos el Coman-
dante James Marshall y el Te-
niente C. Pcddikord.
El fuego fu causado por una
jotera de gasolina, y caus po-
co dao a las instalaciones, pe-
ro lleg a quemar la pintura de
varios barcos anclados en el
muelle.
La explosin ocurri a so del
medio dia del sbado y atrap
a una cuadrilla de trabajadoies
que se encontraba buscando o>
donde provenia la gotera de ga-
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MARTES, JUNIO II, 1951!
Centenario y Fuerza y Luz Debutan
Hoy En La Justa Del Basket Menor
El Programa comprende 3 partidos-Por
su invicto luchan Pelimex y Gonzlez
BASKETBALL DE SEGUNDA CATEGORA
Circuito Masculino Provincia de Panam
E8TADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
GRUPO
'GRINGO DE LA GUARDIA"
G P Petje.
GRUPO
CHE VILLALOBOS"
G P Pctje.
Cela Gonzalez.
ptica Sosa. .
Transstmica. .
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Fuerte 13. > .
Orion......
Rebeldes.
Dep. Pern. .
Fuerza y Lu .
1.090
1.909
1.000
1.000
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Parque Lefevre.'
Pepsicola. ...
Dep. C. Eleta. .
Bam Jr.....
Panamericana. .
Chiriqui. .
Rodelag. ....
Madarito Jr. .
Centenario. .
1
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1.000
1.000
1.000
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JUEGOS DE ESTA NOCHE
Fuerza y Lu ti. Fuerte 15 7 p.m.
Centenario vs. Panamericana 8 p.m.
y C. Gonialea vs. Pelimex 9 p.m.
Con tres interesantes partidos
contina es*'. noche en el Gim-
nasio Nacional el Campeonato
Masculino de Basketball Menor
de la Liga Provincial de Pana-
m, comenzando a las 7 en
punto.
En el primer encuentro de-
butarn los elctricos frente
los militares que buscarn su
primera victoria. 8e considera
que el Fuerza y Luz tiene un
equipo aguerrido y existe visi-
ble Inters por ver su presen-
tacin.
En el siguiente encuentro de
la noche, cumplir su primer
comoromtoo de la'contienda, el
ltimo equipo que faltar por
actuar, el Dep. Centenario, y se
medir con los Panamericanos,
que tambin se presentarn
dispuestos a entrar en la co-
lumna de ganadores.
En el ltimo encuentro de la
Jornada de esta noche, se en-
frentarn Cela Gonzlez y Pe-
limex, dos de los conjuntos de)
grupo Gringo de la Guardia,
que marchan Invictos en el co-
ntando de las acciones, pronos-
ticndose un cotejo reidsimo
Loa arbitros de estos partidos
sern Csar Soto y Manuel
Cardales; como anotador actua-
r Carlos Velarde; el cronome-
trista: Toms Mena y Orlando
Checa ser el inspector de la
puerta.
El Deportivo Ditrani contesta los cargos
que se hicieron contra su Director ayer
Re asentantes del Club De-
poruvo Ditrani nos entrega-
ron para su publicacin la si-
guiente Informacin contestan-
do a un escrito contra el direc-
tor de dicha entidad:
"JUSTICIA PARA EL
si OK DITRANI"
Sin tener el placer de cono-
cer el autor del articulo que
en la Seccin Deportiva de la
Estrella de Panam del lunes,
aparece con el mote "FUERA
SE.OR DITRANI", nos permi-
timos contestar, ya que es a
nosotros a quienes corresponde,
y lo hacemos con el mayor
gusto, puesto que la conducta
del seor Ditrani, para con
nosotros nos obliga y adems
porque no podramos permitir
sin faltar a las reglas de la
.decencia y de la delicadeza que
se propague insidiosa manifes-
tacin como es a la que nos
referimos, y decimos asi. pues-
to que los siete puntos que con-
tiene el articulo se pueden sin
mayor esfuerzo comentarlos y
criticarlos.
En relacin con el primer
punto, no es verdad, que el se-
or Ditrani, efectuara ese viaje
de placer a que se refieren an-
tes de la Inscripcin del equi-
po; para esa poca ya el equi-
po estaba Inscrito.
En cuanto al segundo punto,
como se dice anteriormente, la
Inscripcin se llev a electo
mucho anteas de su regreso y
con los miamos jugadores que
figuramos en la actualidad. Ins-
cripcin que se llev a efecto
mediante solicitud que nosotfos
le hiciramos en forma tspon-.
tnea.
No fueron despus de dos se-
siones nicamente, pasaron mu-
chas y con nosotros se discu-
ti largamente el viaje que
planeaba el Sr. Ditrani a la her-
mana Repblica de Costa Rica.
Fu cierto para contestar el
sexto punto, que hubo algu-
nos que sugirieron el que deba
reforzarse el conjunto, pero
tambin recordarnos que el 8r.
Ditrani, nos manifest, que po-
dran sobrevenir criticas des-
. pues si llevamos tales refuer-
zos sugeridos, pues caba en-
tonces la observacin por par-
te de ellos de que a Costa Ri-
ca no haba llegado el conjunto
Ditrani que era el Invitado, si-
no poda caber la critica de que
all habia llegado lo mejor de
Panam en asuntos de football,
y sobre esto debemos alegar de
que la Impresin que poda
quedar en caso de una victoria
para ellos "que haba ganado
exclusivamente al conjunto Di-
trani."
En relacin con el sptimr
Picazn De Los Pies
Cicatrizada Como Magia
ILa arlan, pican qum.-.n Isa pa* tan
oloroaameni qua caal le roelven
loco? 6a la rala n aancra la pial ite
toa rt.-a? La verdadera cauaa Se e.toa
traammoe da U pial da loa plea aa un
gtrnira muy extcndld n todo al
murcio y conocido con veraea non*
braa lalea como Val da Atleta*, Pira-
6a da Singapore, etc. Uated no podr
varae librad* aait traatorno fcaita que
ato mala al (arman qua lo ranea. U
anavo aaaobrln:lea'.o m1leo llama-
da N.aeerm anab con U pl.aion aa
pvpo- spfnutoa, mata loa ffc-rmenea r-
pidamente y oam'cma a. cicatrizar la
pial hacindola, nave, limpia y clara
oca poena dfaa. Nixaderm na taido
ato i He qne oiece acabar con
aa. p.-.-a-.on y oteen liar la pial da loa
plaa alno tambin conm remedia
com ii loa euaoa ma reral'*ltraaui
ato :>ieni*, jaen o ai-iiu^lonaa de
ka p *-!. Pida Nikede.-m an au farma-
Nixoderm
tara OoscWon* L> Po.
punto, en que se le critica por
la toma de los tres refuerzos,
nombrados en forma especial,
fu cosa que se nos consult
y nosotros le dimos su aproba-
cin; esta actitud en nuestro
concepto no merece ni critica
ni comentarlo alguno.
Para terminar no quisiramos
pasar por alto las apreciacio-
nes personales, muy personales
del annimo; no nos explica-
mos como este seor puede pre-
juzgar de esa manera para lle-
gar a la conclusin de que en
Costa Rica se quera tal o cual
cosa. Nosotros pensamos todo lo
contrario, y precisamente asu-
mimos la responsabilidad como
miembros del equipo Invitado.
No podemos terminar sin ha-
cer presente al autor del articu-
lo qu comentamos que una
cosa es apreciar de lejos la la-
bor de un Individuo, como lo
hace l, i la forma como la
hacemos nosotros que en todc
momento tratamos al Sr. Ditra-
ni como Jefe y como amigo, y
que damos fe de su desprendi-
miento y caballerosidad, no s-
lo para con nosotros por el
vinculo que nos une, si no tam-
bin como muchos otros fut-
bolistas que no pertenecen a
nuestro couunto y que tam-
bin podran decir lo mismo
que nosotros exponemos aqu.
Por el Club Ditrani:
_ LA DIRECTIVA.
Juegos de ping pong
se ofrecen hoy en el
Clubhouse del Pacfico
Interesantes partidos amisto-
sos de Ping Pong se ofrecern
esta noche comenzando a las
7 y 30 en el Clubhouse del Pa-
cifico entre el equipo de la
Fuerza Armada de Cristbal y
un equipo de Panam.
En esta forma los jugadores
de Cristbal pagan la visita
que les hizo el Club Istmeo de
Plng Pona" hace poco.
Estos encuentros son prepa-
ratorios para el primer Cam-
peonato de Plng Pong del Istmo
que empezar simultneamen-
te en la Zona del Canal, co-
ln y Panam el prximo lu-
nes 18 le junio.
ENTRE LA VIDA Y LA MUERTE
El Jinete Federico "Cuto" Ja-
ramlllo sigue grave en el Hos-
pital Panam de resultas de la
aparatosa cada que sufri el
sbado con el caballo Daiquiri.
Segn hemos sido Informados
varios mdicos han tratado al
veterano ltigo nacional entre
ellos el famoso neuroclrujano
Dr. Gonzlez Revilla quien est
luchando por salvarle la vida
al Infortunado jinete.
Las esperanzas de salvacin
son remotas, pero nosotros es-
peramos un milagro del todo-
poderoso para que se reponga
el pequeo as de la fusta.
Es mejorado el
record de 1 o s
nits, pecho
MUNICH Junio 12 (UP) El
as alemn de natacin Her-
bert Klein de 28 aos bati al
record de los 200 metros es-
tilo pecho al negociar esta
distancia en 2.27-3-5 en un
concurso internacional que se
celebra aqu.
FJ nuevo record mejora en
un segundo el establecido pur
el norteamericano Joscinh
Verdie el 31 de Mano de 19j"
en New Haven Connecticut.
Reidas peleas se
esperan el jueves en
el boxeo amateur
El prximo Jueves continuar
la temporada de Boxeo Ama-
teur con la presentacin de una
canilla que promete resultar
bastante 'nteresante.
Cinco encuentros se presen-
tarn en dicha funcin y en
loe cuales tomarn parte des-
tacados exponentes de esta fila.
He aqu el programa que.se
llevar cabo:.
CARLOS ELLIS
va.
LESLIE MEANARD
1M libras.
MANUEL FORTIRO
PATITO HOWARD
112 libras.
Q.UIKO MOSKERA
ALBERTO LAWRENCE-
114 libras.
BIENVENIDO RAMOS
L. "SWANSON
-138 libras.
ENRIQUE MORENO
VS.
WILFREDO BRATHWAITE
135 libras.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN .
para mayor potencia motriz
decdase por CHAMPION
/%=
"Codo oo recorto an m i a ufo
mi o* 50.000 kilmattei on viaja
lo negodoi," dadora RICHARD
MARR. da Sydney, Asitrallo.
"Cono muchoi do OtO* kilmetros
se hallan entro pueblecitos aislado*,
tongo quo coreiofaneo de quo mi
auto ost on buen estado. Dos veces
en 1951, las Champion no permi-
tieron atravesar aguas crecidas que
llegaban hasta los guardabarros. "
tVeaV/ecrao *W mundo entero por moi efe un cuarto da siglo
Hoy se inicia la segunda
rueda del torneo de tennis
El domingo pasado termin la primera vuelta del torneo de
tennis Dunlop, patrocinado por' la Comisin Nacional de este de-
>F Pasaron a la segunda ruelta loa tenistas: R. Davidson, L.
Ruiz, M. Fisher, E. Pinate, O. Maduro, B. Hele, A. Maduro, 1.
Pinllla, G. Motta, W. Hearn, H. WUIlr, V. Pascual, F. Hladajr y
C. Elle, Cernelli y H. Spauldlng.
El calendario de juegos para esta semana ha quedado asi.
Martes 13, a las 4:30 p.m. V. Pascual vs. L. Ruta V.
Mircoles 13, 4:36 pjn. F. Hladky ys. J. Pinllla Ch.
Jueves 14, a la misma hora O. Motta ys. R. Davidson.
Viernes, 4:30 p.m. A. Maduro vs. E. Pinato.
Sbado, 3:30 p.m. G. Maduro vs. C. Elle.
Sbado, 4:30 p.m. M. Fisher vs. H. Willis.
Domingo 17, 8:30 a.m. B. Hele vs. Cernelli.
Domingo 17, 9:30 ajn-----W. Hearn vs. H. Spaalding.
Comeni anoche el curso para anotadores de baseball
Se acord para el Sbado la apertura
del Campeonato de Basket de Pnom.
La Inauguracin del Campeo-
nato Dlstritorlal de Basketball
de Penonom tendr lugar el
prximo sbado con un atrac-
tivo programa que ha elabo-
rado la Liga.
Aunque se habia Informado
que la Justa se Iba a Inaugu-
rar el pasado sbado, se acord
que la apertura tendr lugar
el sbado 16.
Cuatro equipos estn inscri-
tos en el Torneo y son: Depor-
tivo. Martnez, Casa Him, Far-
macia Saa y Deportivo Ober-
to.
Para lanzar la primera bola
de la contienda, ce design al
seor Gobernador de la Pro-
vincia de Cocl, don Aquilino
Tejelra, .-ui como se ha Invi-
tado a las autoridades del dis-
trito y deportistas destacados.
Como parte del programa se
encuentra el partido amistoso
que sostendrn los equipos PRI
de Penonom y e! conjunto de
Antn.
La Banda de Mu3lca de Pe-
nonom amenizara el acto.
Se venden lentamente las entradas
para la pelea Joe Louis vs Savold
NUEVA YORK, Junio ia (UP)
El Club Internacional de Bo-
xeo anunci que pondr a a
venta las entradas generales
para la pelea que celebrarn el
mircoles entre Joe -Louis y Lee
Savold a las nueve de la ma-
ana de ese da debido a la len-
titud con que se estn ven-
diendo las entradas para los
asientos reservados.
Esto constituye un paso sin
precedentes, pues en el pasado
las- entradas de admisin gene-
ral en peleas al aire libre no
se empezaban a vender hasta
las seis p.m. del di* del en-
cuentro.
Los dirigentes del club rehu-
saron revelar a cuanto ascien-
de la venta adelantada de bole-
tos, pero fuentes fidedignas di-
jeron que se sospecha que la
suma no pasa de 15 mil dla-
res. El Gerente del club, Harry
Markson dijo empero que aun
espera que la pelea produzca
en la taquilla cien mil dla-
res.
Reconquist Jean
Stock la corona
peso medio ayer
DAKAR, Africa Occidental,
Junio 12 (L'P). Jean Stock
reconquist el camp o n a t o
francs pese medio benciendo
por nocaut tcnico al cam-
pen Kid Marcel en el und-
cimo asalto de una pelea con-
certada a 15.
Stock quien perdi la coro-
na el 18 de Junio del ano
pasado en Rhelms, Francia,
con Jacques Royer Crecy, de
quien la conquist Marcel co-
mo el mes despus, convirti
a Marcel en blanco indefen-
so de sus golpea despus del
segundo asalto y ya estaba
completamente vencido el
campen, cuando el arbitro
suspendi ta pelea.
{AHORA! Una crema de
afeitar que es realmente
BUENA PARA LA PIEL
He aqu un nuevo y admirable dos-
cubrimiento'. .. luna crema de afei-
tas que le permite, mucho mejoi
que antea, afeitadas a ras de piel
ntidas ... sin irritacin!
Maravillo Inirodiont
I nueva Crema de Afeitar Williams
contiene Extracto dt Lanolinan>-
cente descubrimiento cientfico con
mayores propiedades "benficas"
para la pial que la lanolina corriente.
El Extracto do Lanolina refresca el
rostro a la ves que usted m afeita
. ayuda a conservar el aspecto
uave y juvenil de la piel.
Solo on WILLIAMS
Ahoracada ves que noted se afeita
con Williams disfruta <* ** maravi-
llosa substancia, y obtiene una afei-
tada mas ntida, mejor. Uso Williams,
la nica crema de afeitar que contiene
Extracto de Lanolina.
Louis y Savold terminaron
mientras tanto su adiestramien-
to en los campos en que se es-
tuvieron preparando para la
pelea la cual no se transmitir
Sir televisin o radio al pu-
teo en ge. eral pero si a los
teatros de Chicago, Washington,
Cleveland, Baltimore y Albany
Los fanticos han protestado vl-
triolcamente en cartas, tele-
gramas y llamadas telefnicas
de que el encuentro no se trans-
mita por televisin.
El Ministro Navarro
sl cooperando al
ftbol del Chorrillo
Por C. T. ROD RI GIF./
. Con gran entusiasmo se efec-
tu el domingo el partido de
ftbol en el Oratorio Festivo
entre los equipos Patria y Bos-
co en honor del entusiasta y
popular deportista, Ingeniero
Norberto Navarro, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas.
El encuentro lo gan el Pa-
tria por uno a cero en un re-
ido encuentro y el Ministro
Navarro, que presenci el Jue-
go, don un trofeo al equipo
vencedor. Adems don otros
tres trofeos para los tres pri-
meros puestos de la Compe-
tencia de Ftbol del Oratorio.
Despu." del cotejo, los or ato-
ranos le ofrecieron un brindis,
y. el seor Ministro Navarro pro-
meti cooperar al bienestar del
Oratorio, cuna del ftbol, y
donde l mismo aprendi a dar
sus primeros pasos en el ba-
lompi.
El Santander empal
el primer lugar del
ftbol de 2a. cat.
ESTADO BE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de Segunda Categora
Provincia de Panam
g: E. T. Pts.
Santander ....... 2 2 0 n
Alemn........... t 2 e B
Ambato ..........1 1 i 5
Ancn Jr.........1 0 2 4
Hispano Jr- ......1 1 1 3
Amrica .......... 1 0 2 i
Pacifico de Ja. ... 3 0
El Santander empat el pri-
me; puesto y el Ambato subi
segundo lugar del Campeona-
to Provincial de ftbol de Se-
gunda Categoria con sus respec-
tivos triunfos del domingo en
el Estadio Olmpico.
En el primer encuentro el
Antbato se Impuso al America
por cuatro tantos a cero en mo-
vido encuentro donde aml>cs
oncenos se desempearon con
entusiasmo, pero los ecuatoria-
nos aprovecharon mejor aus o-
porkunldades y obtuvieron un
merecido triunfo.
Durante este partido, el juga-
dor de primera, Hudson, dl u-
r.a nota de poco espritu depor-
tivo en contra de los Jugado:es
del Ambato y del arbitro, y o-
|i la Liga tome medidas en
cito para evitar actos pdco edl-
iflcantes para el ftbol.
En el otro encuentro, el San-
tander y Ancn Jr. se enfraca-
un en un reido encuentro, s-
-ndo airoso los del Santander
por un tanto a cero. >
Con gran entusiasmo se inici anoche el Curso
Salones de la Escuela Manuel J. Hurtado bajo
Fsica y de la Federacin Nacional de este dep
tieron a la* inauguracin del Curso, que sumar
derecho vemos a cinco conocidos y distinguidos
Adolfo Prez (1), redactor jefe de la Seccin
mado Crdoba, director del Curso; Lie Manu
Educacin Fsica; Joaqun Ortega, miembro de
Mora, redactor deportivo. Las clases.se dictar
para Anotadores de Baseball en una de loa
la direccin del Departamento de Educacin
orte. Esta vista muestra los alumnos que asis-
on unos 30. En la parte superior del extremo
deportistas y son, de izquierda a dere chas
Deportiva de La Estrella de Panam; Sr. Gri-
el Roy, Director General del Departamento de
la Federacin y organizador del Curso, y Csar
n los lunes, martes y jueves de 7 a > p.m.
T
Medias Blancas y Rojas Han
Dado La Gran Sorpresa Hasta
Ahora En Las Grjides Ligas
Los vaticinios
de los peritos
han sido nulos
NUEVA YORK, Junio 12 (UP)
Terminada ya casi una ter-
cera parte de los juegos ert las
Grandes Ligas hubo una tre-
gua en la campaa beisbolera
ayer pues casi todas las nove-
nas pasaron el da viajando ya
que los equipos de la Liga Na-
cional en este pas se dirigan
al Oeste y los equipos de la
Liga Americana en el Oeste
viajaban hacia el Este.
El resultado de la lucha has-
ta ayer no respondi plena-
mente, excepcin hecha de lo
que a los Dodgers respecta, a
los vaticinios que hicieron los
peritos a principios de prima-
vera.
La mayor sorpresa la han
brindado hasta astea los Me-
dias Blancas en la Liga Ame-
ricana que so han colocado sen-
sacionalmcnte en el primer lu-
gar y los Rojos en la Naeional
que ocupan el segundo lugar
empatados con los Cardenales.
La posicin que ocupan las
novenas es la siguiente:
LIGA AMERICANA
G P Pts.
Medias Blancas 33 14 702
Yanquis 32 18 640 2'-j
Medias Rojas 29 21 580 5',.
Indios 27 23 540 lYi
Tigres 24 23 Sil 9
Senadores 18 29 383 15
Carmelitas 17 34 333 18
Atltlcos 15 33 313 18 'A
LIGA NACIONAL
G P Pts.
Dodgers 31 18 563
Rojos 25 23 521 S'/i
Cardenales 26 24 520 54
Gigantes 27 26 509 6
Bravos 25 26 490 7
Chicago 22 24 478 7',:
Filadelfia 23 27 460 8'-,.
Piratas 19 20 388 12
Cigarrieros y
Bam triunfaron
anoche en basket
Los equipos Lord Chester y
Bam fueron los ganadores de
los partidos celebrados anoche
en el Basketball Mayor Provin-
cial en el Gimnasio Nacional.
El primer Juego lo gan el
Bam sobre el Mauricio por 56
a 50. Los ganadores demostra-
ron magnificas condiciones y
sacaron desde temprano ven-
taja, que la mantuvieron hasta
el final del choque. Cuty jan
con 18 puntos, y Tito Cellls con
11 puntos fueron los mejores
por los ganadores, destacndo-
se por los perdedores Rubn
Herrera con 20 puntos y Harold
Red con 6.
En el segundo partido, el
Lord Chester logr su sexta
victoria sin derrota y se Impu-
so por segunda vez en esta
temporada al Madurlto por a-
notacln final de 58 a 43.
La victoria de los "Cigarrille-
ros" nunci. estuvo en duda, lo-
grando adjudicarse con su
triunfo un trofeo donado por
don Norberto Navarro, Minis-
tro de Obras Pblicas, quien
lim la primera bola del par-
tido.
Carrasquel y Mioso Reciben
Muchos Votos Para Participar
En El Juego De las Estrellas
CHICAGO, Junio 12 (UP)
Alfortso Carrasquel el brillante
torpedero venezolano de los Me-
dias Blancas ocup con gran
ventaja el primer lugar en 'os
primeros cmputos de votacin
para seleccionar al torpedeo
OCl equipo de las Estrellas e la
Liga Americana que el 10 de
Julio se enfrentar en Deliolt
j.i equipo de la Liga Nacional.
Otros compaeros suyos de la
novena entre los cuales figura
el cubano Orestes Mioso domi-
naron tambin en gran part?
el resultado de la votacin del
orlmer da.
Carrasquel obtuvo 3 155 voles,
1732 ms que Phil Rlzzuto de
los Yanquis y como jardinero
izquierdo Mioso obtuvo 2.408
votos, 377 ms que Ted Williams
de los Medias Rojas. Eddie Ro-
binson y Nelson Fox de los Me-
das Blancas tambin se coloca-
ron en al primer lugar en la se-
leccin del inlciallsta y segunda
base del equipo. El primero ob-
tuvo 2.746 votos, 1123 ms quo
Luke Easter de los Indios y 1 ox
3.402, 2.321 ms que Bobby Doerr
de los Medias Rojas Otros tro
Medias Blancas ocuparon el te
gundo lugar en la seleccin de
pelotero para la posicin q
desempean.
El Jardinero Al Zarllla o
vo l.iw votos, 1730 menos qti
Ferris Fain de los Atltlcos,
Jardinero central Jim Busby l
gr 1.827 Votos, 221 menos ftrfi
Dm DIMagglo de los Media
Fwojas y el receptor Phll Maal ob-
tuvo 1.533 votos, 882 menos quo
Yogi Berra de los Yanquis.
Est en su etapa final ei
softball de los Bomberos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G P Pts.
Compaa No. 1 .... 8 1 .833
Compaa No. 5 .... 5 1 .833
Compaa No. 4 .. ... 3 2 .600
B. de Cornetas .. .3 2 .600
Compaa No. 3 .... 4 .571
EleclTicistas......2 3 .400
Permanente......3 4 .421
Comandancia ...... 1 4 .ZM
Compaa No. .... 1 -a'
La Liga de Softball del Cuer-
po de Bomberos est llegando
a su flnary se vislumbra ya una
lucha reida en los ltimos
Juegos que seia el calenda-
rio de esta justa.
Hoy se presentarn varios
juegos y sern 'protagonizados
Siguen las gestiones
para presentar a los
trotamundos de Harlem
Las gestiones para presentar
en esta ciudad al famoso con-
junto de basketball los "Trota-
mundos de Harlem" siguen con
todo xito. En el da de ayer
el Capitn Pedro Julio Prez,
Miembro de la Federacin de
Basketball y Representante de
ese deporte en el Comit Olm-
pico, cablegrafi al representan-
te de los famosos basketboleros
para ultimar detalles relacio-
nados con la presentacin de
ese equipo en esta ciudad.
La presentacin de estos ca-
nasteros en nuestro patio sena
un triunfo para nuestro balon-
cesto. Ojala pues sea un he-
cho la presentacin de los
"Harlem Trotter" aqui en'Pa-
nam y que se agoten todos
los medios posibles para hacer
realidad ese clamor general de
los deportistas...
Kool/Hd
;,. H porciones
a SABORES
por los equipos:
En la Plaza Amador Guerrero:
Permanente vs. Compaa No. t
En Santa Rita:
Compaa No. 4 vs. Compal
No. 6.
Banda de Cornetas vs. Electrt
clstas.
Comandancia vs. Compaa
No. 1.
El calendario de esta semana
ha sido acordado asi:
Jueves: En Santa Rita:
Compaa No. 5 vs. Compaa
No. 1.
Compaa No, 3 vs. Compaa
No. 4.
Comandancia vs. Banda de
Cornetas.
Sbado: En Santa Rita:
Compaa No. 5 vs. Banda
de Cornetas.
En Amador:
Electricistas vs. Compaa No. 8.
Domingo: En Santa Rita:
Compaa No. 4 vs. Coman-
dancia.
Electricistas vs. Compaa No. t.



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