The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:01139

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By R. H. SHACKFORD
LONDON, June 13 (UP) All-
lug King George's doctors told
him last night that a "prolonged
convalescence Is essential," giv-
ing new Impetus to speculation
that he might have to abdicate.
A medical bulletin from Buck-
ingham Palace, signed by lour ol
the 55-year-old King's doctors,
appeared certain to send him
Into seml-retlrement ior many
months at least.
It followed by a week George s
decision, on medical advice, to
cancel all o his pubUc engage-
ments for a month.
At best the bulletin blasted
whatever hopes lingered that the
King could make his long delay-
ed visit to Australia and New,
Zealand next year. .
The King has had a bad win-
ter, with recurring colds ana a
siege of influenza, then the an-
nouncement that he was suffer-
ing from a catarrhal Infection of
the lung. That was believed to
be some form of virus pneumo-
nia
Nothing from official quarters
has suggested that the King
might decide to retire in favor
of his daughter, Princess Eliza-
beth. But he has been a seml-
invalld since 1948, and public
speculation has grown that he
would seek to pass on the crown
to his daughter.
This Is unusual in the British
Isles, where speculation about
the future of a sovereign normal-
ly gets no publicity.
Even the private lives of the
Royal family are considered sa-
crosanct, and little Is printed
apart from official announce-
ment.
The constitutional crisis over
the present King's brother and
predecessor, Edward VIII, was
kept out of the British papers
'US Citizens Enjoy
All Rights In CZ/
Girls' Stale Learns
"Generally speaking, all of the
various rights of citizens and re-
sidents of the United States are
enjoyed by the U.S. citizen resi-
dents of the Canal Zone," Colonel
Richardson Selee told an enthus-
iastic session of Girls' State at
Fort Sherman Monday night.
He pointed out that the first
chapter of the Canal Zone Code
is practically a reiteration of the
"Bill of Rights" that constitute
the first ten amendments to the
national constitution of the Uni-
ted States.
These he discussed at some
length "to dispel'a surprisingly
widespread belief held by the
girls that here on the Canal Zone
American citizens lost many of
their fundamental rights of
American citizenship"
He pointed out that residents
of the Canal Zone may enjoy the
right to Vote If they care to
maintain their residence in the
State from which they came in
all but about ten State* of the
nation. Other States permit ab-
sentee voting by mall, without
difficult registration require-
ments.
The third part of his talk was
devoted to a discussion of the ci-
vil and criminal codes of the Ca-
nal Zone with an attempt to
point out the most common and
Interesting features and the
practices pertaining to them.
A spirited discussion followed.
Questions ranged from "the a-
mount of force justified in self-
defense" to the exact wording of
a search-warrant.
Jsf^yicK ^rather ^rbdicate
(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
PRINCESS UP Dressed in the uniform of the Grenadier
Guards, Princess Elizabeth of Great Britain takes the salute
during the march-past at Buckingham Palace, London.
for weeks while it was being
blazoned all over newspapers
abroad.
But now the King's Illness Is
publicly admitted to be serious.
The King has never been a ro-
bust man, and his pictures con-
tinue to show the strain of his
exacting job.
All hope that it will not be ne-
cessary for the King to abdicate
due to ill health.
Current affairs include prece-
dents for George's abdication, if
he should decide on one. Queen
Wilhelmina of the Netherlands
passed on her throne to -her
daughter, Juliana, after the war.
Leopold of Belgium has an-
nounced his desire to turn over
his duties to his son, Baudouin.
The King's predecessor, Ed-
ward, now Duke of Windsor, ab-
dicated. But the motivation was
wholly different. Edward retir-
ed to be with "the woman I love,"
the former Mrs. Wallls Warfield
Simpson.
The King's duties are arduous
(Continued on Pag* 6. Col. t)
Plumbers, Officials
Expected To Reach
Decision Tomorrow
Although the plumbers today
refrained from stating what
stand thev would take at the
meeting tomorrow afternoon.
The Panama American learned
that they were still dissatisfied
with the pool plan.
A spokesman for the plumbers
stated that they felt "It could
not work, no matter how long
we try It."
The "test trial" was decided
upon when plumbers threatened
to resign last week after the
Canal administration told them
they would have to draw their
helpers from a pool, rather than
have regularly assigned helpers.
A one week trial period was
agreed upon, and plumbers were
to delay action until then.
The scheduled meeting will
take place tomorrow at 3:30 in
the Administration Building
when it Is believed that division
officials and plumbers will reach
a final decision.
NFFE Here Gets
Official Notice
Of Tax Extension
Official notice of the. tax ex-
tension to September was receiv-
ed this morning from the Nation-
al Federation of Federal Em-
ployes In Washington, by the lo-
cal office.
The notification was sent to
John M. Kennedy, president of
Local 595, NFFE.
A full copy of the ruling which
extended the date for filing was
extracted from the Federal Reg-
ister dated June 9, and appears
under Title 26, Internal Revenue.
It said in part: "1) Paramount
to the authority contained in sec-
tion 53 (a) (2) of the Internal
Revenue Code, an extension of
time for filing the return of In-
come for the Calendar year 1950
Is hereby granted up to and in-
cluding Sept. 15,1951 in the case
of a citizen who during such cal-
endar year was an employe of the
United States or of any agency
thereof, whether civilian, milita-
ry or naval, and who Is required
to file a return of Income for such
year solely because of the amend-
ment made to section 251 of the
Internal Revenue Code by section
220 of the Revenue Act of 1950,
approved Sept. 23,1950."
Red Armies Reel
Relentless Allied
'Little Leaguers' Need Your Help:
They're Banking On Your Support
The public is being asked for donations In order to
meet the expense of sending the Canal Zone Little
League champions to the, United States to compete in
the U.S.-wide tournament of future baseball greats.
The sum of $5,000 has been set as the goal needed
to take care of the youngsters and their supervisors on
the U.S. trip. Making the journey will be 14 playera and
three adult directors.
Little League baseball proved a tremendous success
In Its first year on the Canal Zone and it is hoped that
the overwhelming enthusiasm displayed by the public will
continue.
Supporters are asked to give what they can.
Boys of the Little League will be stationed at the
various pay windows, banks, commissaries, and pott of-
fices to accept donations.
Strikes In US Idle 113,000;
Other Walkouts Threatened
NEW YORK. June 13, (UP*.
More than 113,000 workers were
idled today by labor disputes in
the United States garment, auto-
mobile,, rubber, transit and Iron
mining Industries.
In addition 40,000 CIO seamen
threatened to refuse to sign for
voyages after Friday midnight.
Other walkouts Impended in
the telephone Industry.
Some encouraging progress was
reported in efforts to end the
strike by 65.000 AFL International
Ladles Garment Workers Union
against 2,000 shops. It was the
first big strike In 25 years in New
York City's biggest Industry.
The worst labor situation since
the end of World War II develop-
ed at Akron, .Ohio, as 24,000
workers walked off the job m
rubber plants and other factories
vital to the United States defense
effort.
About 13.000 auto workers were
Idle at Detroit. At South Bend,
Indiana, however the Studebak-
er Corporation called back 14,000
employes to resume work on pas-
senger cars after a three day
shutdown due to steel shortage.
Federal mediators in Washlng-
Non Communists
Leading 2 to 1
In Italy Vote
ROME, June 13 (UP)Premier
Alclde de Gasperi's Christian De-
mocrats, allied with other non-
Communist groups, have taken
an almost 2 to 1 lead in control-
ling city administrations in Italy,
according to leatest partial re-
turns from Sunday's municipal
polling.
Returns from 1,602 of the 1,935
precincts voting gave the Chris-
tian Democrat bloc control in
826, Communists and left wing
Socialists took 430. and other
non-Communist groups 346.
Pedro Miguel Club
Lists Dance Saturday
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club
will hold its monthly free din-
ner and dance for its members
Saturday night. The affair will
begin at 6:30.
Members are asked to be sure
to bring their membership cards.
ton fought to stave off a threat-
ened work stoppage by members
of the CIO National Maritime
Workers Union on the east, west
and Gulf coasts of the United
States.
MNU President Joe Curran
said he saw no sign of settlement,
however, and his men would pro-
bably refuse to ship out on ves-
sels after their present contract
expires midnight Friday.
US Tracing Fate
Of 2 Thunderjels
In Czechoslovakia
WIE8BADEN, Germany, June
13 (UP) United States offi-
cials have asked the Czechoslo-
vak Government for information
on two United States Thunderjet
fighters said to have crash land-
ed Friday In Czechoslovakia.
In Oslo the chief of staff of
the Norwegian Air Force stated
the two Thunderjets had crash
landed in Czechoslovakia.
The two machines, on a train-
ing mission, were flown by a
United States officer Lt. G. Ro-
land and by a Norwegian officer
training with the United States
Air Force.
The pilots are believed to have
survived their emergency land-
ings.
The Czech Foreign Office, ask-
ed by the United States Embassy
in Prague for information on the
whereabouts of the planes and
their pilots, said it was "check-
ing" reports.
A three day air search for the
ilanes In Germany proved fruit-
ess. / ,
Missing Jamaican
Found In Bella Vista
James M. Thompson. 63. re-
ported missing from his home in
Rio Abajo, was located by the
Panama City police yesterdav In
the vicinity of the Bella Vista
beach.
Thompson, a retired Jamai-
can employe of the Panama Ca-
nal, was taken to Santo Tomas
Hospital for treatment. He had
recently been discharged as a
mental patient from Porgas.
HIGH SCHOOL DRUG ADDICT
Teen-Ager Tells Sordid Tale To N. Y. Police
NEW YORK, June IS (UP)A
16-year-old Bronx girl told nar-
cotic Investigators today that she
started taking drugs at 13, was a
confirmed addict at 14 and her
craving for heroin led her to bur-
glary and prostitution.
In a crowded room where State
Attorney General Nathaniel
Goldstein presided over the first
of three days of public hearings,
the girl told her story in a soft
voice. To protect her, her tragic
story had been tape-recorded so
she would not appear in person.
Another witness said more and
more young girls were becoming
addicts and turning to prostitu-
tion for the money to buy drugs.
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey ordered
the inquiry into narcotics, under
a legislative mandate, after New
York City police estimated that
one out of every 05 New York
high school students is addicted
to dope.
The teen-aged girl said her
three-year journey Into disaster
began Innocently enough at a
dance In the summer of 1948
when she was only 13.
"One of the fellows I met was
smoking a reefer (marijuana ci-
garet), she said. "He asked me
If I would like to smoke one. I
was curious and said I would. And
so I smoked one."
"I started keeping company
with this boy and both he and I
kept smoking reefers together,"
she said. "One day somebody of-
fered us some cocaine...I was
told to sniff the cocaine. The
boy I went with bought cocaine
for me. Whenever we were on a
date together, we would get co-
caine and reefers for both of us
to usa"
Five or six months later, she
said, she began using heroin, or
"horse," as her friends called it.
Heroin Is an opium derivative
that becomes habit-forming in
two weeks to a month.
Questioned by Assistant State
Attorney General 81dney Tarti-
kof f, the girl said that at first she
did not feel any ill effects from
marijuana, cocaine or heroin.
"I would use any of these when-
ever my boy friend would get it
for me." she said. "In about Feb-
ruary 1949 I tried taking heroin
with a droppereye dropper and
needle. My boy friend injected it
into me, into the vein of my arm.
After this time I began to use
heroin more often. I found lt re-
laxed me and I was not so tense."
After she became a main-liner
began Injecting heroin into her
veinsthe girl said, she became
fearful she was addicted to the
drug and she and her friend tried
to quit.
"But when I tried to stop I got
a backache and my legs started
to pain me."
She couldn't stop and neither
she nor the boy had enough mon-
ey to satisfy their appetite for
drugs.
"So I used to walk down the
street and panhandle from any-
body I thought would be a soft
touch." she said. "Finally we de-
cided to break into a home in our
neighborhood to see If we could
steal some money. We were
caught by the police."
She said she was "sent away"
to a correctional Institution, lat-
er had a nervous breakdown and
spent six months In a mental In-
stitution.
But when she returned home,
she began using heroin again.
"I met another boy friend and
he began supplying the stuff to
me," she said. "I found that the
girls and boys In my group were
still using dope and that also en-
couraged me to get back to using
it. I knew about four places In my
neighborhood where I could buy
heroin. My boy friend and I were
buying lt from other kids."
She said she played hookey
from school and began having
sexual relations with other men
In the neighborhood.
"Was lt one man or more than
one man?" Tartlkoff asked.
"It was one man," she replied.
"He was in his late 4Cs. He gave
me money whenever I could sleep
with him."
Hague Court
Gives Opinion
In Haya Case
THE HAGUE, June 13 (UP)
The International Court of Jus-
tice today ruled 13-1 that Colom-
bia is not obliged to turn over Pe-
ruvian Aprista leader Raul Haya
de la Torre to the Peruvian au-
thorities.
Haya de la Torre has been a re-
fugee In the Colombian embassy
in Lima for two and a half years.
At the same time the Interna-
tional Court ruled that the asy-
lum Colombia had granted Haya
de la Torre "should have ended"
since the Court's November 1950
decision that the asylum did not
answer the requirements of pres-
ent treaties between the two
countries.
But then, as now, the Court re-
frained from directing that the
refugee should be handed over
to the Peruvian authorities, who
want to try him on charges rising
from an abortive revolt in Callao.
Haya de la Torre's Aprista
Party was declared illegal by the
Government of President Gen.
Manuel Odria.
President of the International
ourt. Magistrate Jules Basevant
of France, read the decision to
those presentmostly diplomats
and their wives.
He said: "This Court declares,
by unanimous vote, that lt Is not
within the Judicial functions of
the court to make a selection of
the different ways In which the
asylum of Haya de la Torre may
be ended.
"The Court declared by 13 votes
against one that Colombia Is not
obliged to deliver Victor Raul Ha-
ya de la Torre to Peruvian au-
thorities and by unanimous vote
that said asylum should have
ended after the ruling of Nov. 20,
1950."
With this decision, the Court
Indicates that the two countries
must negotiate between them-
selves for a solution.
Regiment Branded
By Chaplain Lost
Almost All Officers
WASHINftTON, June 13 (UP)
The Army said today that the
31st Regiment of the 7th Divi-
sion, accused of cowardice by a
Navy chaplain, lost more than
90 per cent of its officers in a
three day battle In Korea last
November.
The Army revealed this after
making public a letter from Gen.
Matthew B. Rldgway wherein
the Far Eastern commander
charged that Chaplain Lt. Com.
Otto E. Sporrer had "slandered
the reputation of many brave
and honorable soldiers."
However, Rldgway also prais-
ed Sporrer's personal conduct,
attention to duty and bravery
while serving as a Navy Cath-
olic chaplain In Korea.
Acheson Says Reds
Would Edge France
Out Of Jap Treaty
WASHINGTON. June 13 (UP)
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son said today that the latest
Russian proposal for holding a
Japanese peace conference "at-
tempted verv skillfully to cover
up the fact" that lt would bar
the French Government from
participation in writing the
treaty.
Australian Ex-Premier
Chifley Dies At 65
CANBERRA. Australia. June
13 (UP) Former premier Joseph
B. Chifley. 65. leader of the
Australian Labor Party, died of
a heart attack today.
He was prime minister from
1945 to 1950. when his Socialist
government was defeated by a
Liberal-Country Party coalition
headed by present Premier Roo-
ert G. Menzies.
TOKYO, June 13 (UP) The Red armies are reeling'
northward in Korea under relentless Allied infantry, tank:
and plane attacks.
They may have abandoned Pyonggang, apex of their
shattered Iron Triangle.
On almost every part of a 70-mile front Allied infan-
trymen were advancing today against slight resistance.
Allied planes swept ahead of them in force, raking
columns of retreating Chinese Reds with machinegun,
rocket and jelly bomb fire.
Hundred sof Red troops travelling in heavily camou-
flaged retreat columns were killed by plane attacks.
United Nations tanks, probing
for Communist defense positions
northwest of the Imjln River
met resistance from Red bands
assigned to delay the Allied ad--
vance.
Other Allied patrols ranged
north of the United Nations Unes
between the imjln River and
Chorwon Withoaut meeting any
Reds.
An Allied officer said Indica-
tions in tills area were that the
Report Chinese
Determined To
Continue Fight
TAIPEI, Formosa, June 13
(UP)Communist China's mil-
itary leaders have decided to
continue the Korean war de-'
spite recent defeats and steadily
mounting Chinese causaltles, ac-
cording the Nationalist Chinese
intelligence reports.
The decision was reportedly
taken at a top secret meeting
In Manchuria early this month.
The meeting was also reported
to have decided to:
1) Dispatch "supervisors" to
the front with orders to prevent
mass Communist surrenders;
2) Court martial any divi-
sional commanders whose men
take part In such surrenders.
The Nationalist' Intelligence
reports said General Nle Hyung
Chen, acting chief of staff of
the Communist Chinese Army,
General Lin Plao. Chlenese field
commander in Korea, and Kac
Kang. Manchurian Communist
boss, were among those attend-
ing the meeting.
Louis-Savold
Fight Postponed
NEW YORK. June 13, (UP)
The 15 round heavyweight
fight between Joe Louis and
Lee Savold scheduled for to-
night at the Polo Grounds has
been postponed until tomorrow
night because of rain.
The International Boxing
Club announced the postpone-
ment one hour and a half af-
ter Louis and Savold had
weighed In. The Weather Bu-
reau announced that It would
continue rain In the afternoon
and also tonight.
(See earlier story on sports
page.)
Communists had withdrawn quite
a way to the north.
On the eastern front Red rear-
guards launched three small
counter attacks. One of these,
west of Kansong on the east
coast, forced a slight Allied with-,
drawal.
Dive bombing Thunder] e t s
knocked out runways and 12
buildings at the Pyonggang air-,
strip which the Reds had pre-
pared in secret for the use of
their own air force. It Is now a
shambles from allied raids.
Shooting Stars caught a Com-
munist column moving nortlf In,
daylight camouflaged with green,
boughs. They destroyed at leasB
25 supply-laden wagons, and kill-
ed hundreds of troops. .
An 8th Army spokesman said
that booty captured below Chor-
won, southwest anchor of the de-
molished Iron Triangle, included
750 antitank mines. 260 rounds
of 120mm. and 80 mm. ammuni-
tion and 1.800 lbs. of TNT.
Sailors Off 'Fulton'
Getting Shore Leave;
Transit Due Friday
The USS Fulton arrived at
Balboa at 7 last night and
docked at Pier 1-North. Naval
Station, Rodman. She is en
route to New London via Majra-
guea, Puerto Rico, and will make
the Northern transit June 15.
Some 1.300 sailors and 37'of-
ficers are to be given staggered
shore leave tonight and tomor-
row night. The Fulton Is due
for Canal transit early Friday.
This 17,200 submarine tendei
was built at the Mare Islam-.
Naval Shipyard, and was first
commissioned on Sept. 12, 1941.
While she was on a shakedown
cruise to Panama, the UnlUi
States became involved actively
in World War n.
After the battle of Midway.
the Fulton returned to Pearl
Harbor with about 2.000 sur-
vivors of the aircraft carrier
USS Yorktown. Following this,
the Fulton was assigned to the,
Seventh Fleet and sent to Bris-
bane. Australia.
The Fulton served actively in
the Submarine Force of the,
Pacific Fleet from the beginning
to the end of World War U. She
joined the "Moth Ball Fleet" in
December of 1946. from which
she was removed in April of 19511
and recommlssloned for active
duty.
FIRST YOLUrfTEER to have his application accepted for tha
U. 8. Army Caribbean's Anti-Aircraft Civilian Auxiliary Pro-
gram was Milton A. Eady. superintendent of the AG printing
plant at Quarrv Heights. Above he Is being welcomed by Lt.
Col. John T. Brown Into the organization which will give two
months training starting July 12 under direction of the M
AAA Group. American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars
personnel will serve at recruiting stations at Zone commis-
saries. Left to right are Mai. Manning C. Hutchinson. as-
sistant OIC for AACAP. E. J. Eglinton. VFW Commander;
Hans Pederson. American Legion Commander; Eady; Col. M.
L. Jacobs. Military Advisor to the Governor of the Canal
Zone, and COL Brown. .-
(US Armj Bhatefc
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1J, 1M1
Cargo and FreightShips arid PlanesArrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
TERRYA
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrive
Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Root...............................June 14
S.8. Chlriquf ...................................Jane 15
S.S. Manaqui ...................................July 1
S.S. Cblrtqui ..................................July
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Arrival
New Vork Freight Service_________________Crlat6bai
S.S. Cape Ann .................................June II
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Jane 23
S.S. Cape Cumberland.........................July 1
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 7
Weakly Hallingi w New York, Lot Anieln. San rranilMo aaaltlt
Occasional Silln,, lo Hew Orleans and Mobil*.
(The Steamer In ihl ervtre are limitad lo twelve Daaaeniert)
Frequent r'trJihi Salllna- frnai ('Hrtaoai lo Wan Coast Centrar marica
Cristobal tu New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, (iuatemsla
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chlriqui.....(Passenger Service Only)......June 26
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................July 10
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WESTCOAST SOUTH AMERICA
8.8. "SANTA CECILIA" .....
SB. "SANTA MARGARITA" ..
...Due Cristbal. June 13th
... Due Cristbal, June 20th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
SB. "SANTA ISABEL" ...........Sails Cristbal, June 18th
SB. "SANTA MARIA" ............Sails Cristbal, June 25th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
MB. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" ....Due Balboa, June 17th
8.8. "SANTA ADELA"* ..............Due Balboa, June 18th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO UeS. PACIFIC
MS. "ANCHOR HITCH" .........Sails. Cristbal, June 23rd
Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
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With QUAKER OATS
youngsters grow
fveiyboy Reads Classifieds
Grace Line's "Santa Cecilia"
Due Today
Santa Cecilia, the Grace Line's
passenger ship Is due at Cristobal
this afternoon. Pasenger3 will be
permitted to go ashore. She Will
dock at Cristobal overnight and
transit the Canal Thursday,
headed for South America.
"Maid ot Cotton"
Sponsored by Braniff
The Maid of Cotton who Is due
to arrive in Panama Saturday
night will be accompanied by
Branlff's Ellen Gibson. The Maid
of Cotton's entire trip around
South America is being sponsored
by Braniff Airways.
PAA "Strato" Clipper
Breaks Own Record
Averaging nearly 300 miles an
hour, a huge "Strato" Clipper
broke its own speed record over
the Rio de Janeiro-Trinidad leg
of Pan American World Airways'
El Presidente route from Buenos
Aires to New York. The double-
deck Clipper flew the 2,606 miles
in an even nine hours11 min-
utes better than the previous
mark. The pilot was Rlo-based
Capt. Peter van Brusstl o Chi-
cago.
H&H^
BY. OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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WEST EAST
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Opening lead? 8
What do you bid when your
hand Is too strong for one no-
trump and too weak for two no-
trump? Begin with one of a suit
and make a Jump rebld in no-
trump at your next turn.
Suppose you don't get a second
chance to bid? Suppose every-
body passes your opening bid of
one in a suit?
Nothing Important has been
lost. If your partner cannot re-
spond to an opening bid of one,
his hand is too weak to give you
a sound play for game.
In today's hand, for example.
South has Just double the value
of an average hand. He has two
act's, two kings, two queens, two
jacks, and two tens. This is al-
most but not quite worth two no-
trump; and it is too strong for
one no-trump. Hence he opens
with one club.
North can respond to the open-
ing bid whereupon South Jumps
to two no-trump. Now North can
add the value of his own hand to
the values shown by his partner.
The sum is Just about enough for
game, so North goes on to three
no-trump.
In the play, West opens a low
spade, dummy plays low, and
East properly finesses the nine.
South wins with the ten of
spades and thenmakes the cor-
rect play. Select the right play
for yourself before you read on.
South leads the king of hearts
at the second trick. In order to
win nine tricks South must at-
tack both hearts and clubs. It Is
vital to lead the hearts first.
If West refuses to take the ace
of hearts. South must lead the
suit once more. West will take the
heart ace on the first or second
round of the suit (otherwise
South would switch at once to
clubs) and will resume the
spades.
South refuses to take his ace of
spades until the third round of
that suit. (In fact. If East had
played the king of spades at the
first trick, he would have been
allowed to hold it.) Now South
can take the club finesse in safe-
ty. Even though It loses, East
cannot return a Spade.
Note that South loses if he
tackles the clubs at the second
trick. East wins and returns the
king: of spades. The spades are
thus established while West still
has the ace of hearts as an en-
try.
UNGUENT.*,*
FOR
New 'President' Service
Inaugurated by PAA
Pan American World Airways
now operates a daily President
service from New York to London
and starting Friday will Inaugu-
rate the luxury service, also on a
dally basis, to Paris.
The popular deluxe flight will
be offered at no extra charge. It
features such refinements as
four cabin attendants, meals
from Maxim's restaurant in Pa-
ris, perfume and orchids for wo-
men passengers and complimen-
tary wine and liquor service.
A President Special flight will
be operated once a week to Lon-
don and twice weekly to Paris and
Rome. This flight will have, be-
sides all the luxury features of
the President service, five cab-
In attendants, complimentary
champagne, souvenir baggage
tags and will be operated with 47
seat- "Strato" Clippers, providing
a berth or Sleeperette seat and
more personalized service for
each passenger. There will be a
$10 extra charge on the Presi-
dent Special. The berth charge
on all flights Is $25.
"Strato" Clippers will be used
for both President and President
Special flights with the Presi-
dents carrying 61 passengers.
Previously the President serv-
ice had been operated on a week-
ly basis to London.
Bruckner Sailing
Aboard Anoon
Arnold Bruckner, who is retir-
ing as Finance Director for The
Panam Canal, Is sailing for New
York aboard the SS Ancorr. He
will be accompanied by Mrs.
Bruckner.
Also sailing on the Ancon Is
Roger C. Hackett, Dean of the
Canal Zone Junior College, with
Mrs. Hackett and their daughter.
A total of 161 passengers are
scheduled to sail aboard the An-
con. The complete passenger list
follows:
Miss Dorothy Armbrust, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd H. Baker and chil-
dren, Mrs. Myrtle M. Black and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S.
Blackburn and son, Miss Jessie
N. Boogar, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
A. Brennan and four children,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bruckner,
Richard D. Burke, and Henry P.
Butcher.
William R. Carlin and son, Mrs.
Bertha S. Chasson, Cpl. Silvio A.
Chlavacci, Mr. and Mrs. William
T. Compton and three children,
Mrs. Eleanor Connor and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles K. Cross and
two children, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert G. Daniel, Jr. and two chil-
dren, Miss Dorothy DeLong, Mr.
and Mrs. William J. Dorgan, Mr.
and Mrs. George Doull, Miss All.
da Drew, and Herbert S. Driscoll.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Evans
and two children, Henry E. Falk
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B.
Fitchett and granddaughter Miss
Beverly A. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond E. Forbes and daugh-
ter, Mr. Clalr G. Godby, Mr. and
Mrs. Lisle E. Gorham and two
children, Mr. and Mrs. Roger C.
Hackett and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman A. Hammond and
three children, Mrs. Mary E.
Hanna and four children, Miss
Dora F. Hardy, Miss Barbara L.
Haskell, and Clinton M. Hepburn.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell 8. Johns
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tho-
mas H. Kelley and two children,
Henry A. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Emil
C. Knapp and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. Serge A. Korff, Miss Helen
J. Kridle, Sgt. Wllmer M. Kriebel,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. LaCrolx
and children, and Mrs. Elizabeth
M. Lewis and two children.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Mack,
Charles R. Madison, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard J. Mahoney and two
children. Mrs. Marguerite Maphis
and son, Mrs. Ruth Mayo and
son, Mrs. Marie Mconaghy, Mr.
and Mrs. James E. McHugh, Miss
Florence McElhinney, Mrs. Helen
D. McKeown and two children,
George M. Metivler, Robert E.
Metlvler, Miss Lois Morgan, and
Mrs. Barbara L. Morse and son,
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mul-
ler.
Walter A. Pond, Mr. and Mrs.
John J. Prill and four children,
Miss CecUe Rakower, William H.
Rosan and son, Mr. and Mrs. Sa-
muel H. Rowley and three chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rosen-
feld, and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose
Rusconl.
Milton Schenkenberger, Miss
Dorothy E. Smith, Joseph J. Sto-
ps, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Walker
and daughter, Paul M. Walker,
Mrs. Ruth U. Wlrtz and daugh-
ter, Mr. .Rene Wolf, Miss Mary
Worrell, Miss Marie B. Wright,
and Mrs. Grace E. Wright.
THE MISINFORMED
ALLEY OOP
Put It on. Bud!
BY V. T. HAMLIN
Trying to Hijack
Ancient Cannon
Costs Offender $5
8T. LOUIS, June IS (UP) a
resident of St. Louis didn't think
anyone would want a 500-pound
cannon so he tried to remove It
from Jefferson Barracks, a for-
mer Army post.
A Judge in the city courts did
not see It that way. He fined 22-
year-old Donald A. Dougan $5
Dougan had the cannon on a
truck when he was arrested.
Dougan said he had no idea
anyone would want the cannon.
It was "awfully old."
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS. 1S1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA1L? NEWSPAP
PAGE nni
Wedemeyer: Th row BomberR ing
Round Russia; AvoidLand War
By JOHN L STEELE
WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP) Lr. Gen. Albert C.
Wedemeyer yesterday urged the United States to ring
Russia with air bases and warned the free world against
any attempt to engage the massive Red armies in a man-
to-man land war.
He said the "time is coming" when the United States,
through the United Nations, must "draw a line" against
Communist aggression and say: "This is it, no more."
Meantime, he said, this country must build the mili-
tary power "predominantly air" to defeat Russia if
war comes.
.Testifying for the second day before the Senate Com-
mittee investigating Gen. Douglas MacArthur's recall,
Wedemeyer was questioned for two and a half hours at
a morning session and summoned back for a special night
hearing
It was the first night session
held by the committee as it tried
to speed up the inquiry, now In
Its seventh week. Democratic
Leader Ernest W. McFarland
complained anew today that lt
is delaying important Senate
work.
Wedemeyer, who commanded
U. S. forces In China in 1944-45
and later headed a Par Eastern
diplomatic mission, was ques-
tioned closely by Chairman Rich-
ard B. Russell, Df, Ga.
Russell asked him to square his
recommendation for withdrawal
of U. S. troops from Korea and
his demand for "affirmative ac-
tion" to stop Communism.
"I would take areas from
which I could conduct effective
-air operations; I would main-
tain areas in close proximity
to the heartland, to the war-
maklng potential, of my ene-
my, and maintain those areas
but I would not engage in the
land struggle where I would
suffer prohibitive losses in
manpower," the general re-
plied._________________
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"With our 150,000,000 popula-
tion and the population of friend-
ly powers, we would lose If we pit
man against man In this strug-
gle against the Communists. We
must utilize and exploit our tech-
nological skills."
Wedemeyer, who is slated to
retire next month, now com-
mands the U. S. 6th Army at San
Francisco.
At the morning session, he
made these main points:
1) The United Nations should
pull out of the "bottomless pit of
Korea" or lt will not be able to
fulfill manpower commitments
"of much greater Importance" in
Europe and other parts of the
world.
2i A 1945 statement by him-
self, MacArthur and Adm. Ray-
mond Spruance was so worded
that a reader might have believed
they favored the Nationalist-
Communist coalition In China
sought by Gen. George C. Mar-
shall's mission. But ne said he
had stated officially such a coa-
lition could not be achieved.
3) He disagreed with Secretary
of State Dean Acheson's state-
ment that Yalta concessions to
Russia pleased Chiang Kai-shek
because lt led to a treaty between
Russia and China. Wedemeyer
said Chiang was "chagrined and
disappointed and also shocked"
when Russia won territory in the
Orient.
4) He is "all for" an investi-
gation or the China lobby but
congress also should look into
the British, trench and other
lobbies. He said "the China lob-
by has been vert inept compar-
ed with them."
5i In 1945 he asked for seven
U. S. divisions as a "barrier"
against the Ru.stUns in Manchu-
ria, but MacArthur denied the
request on grounds that the men
might be needed In the Japanese
occupation. MacArthur could not
have known he would not need
them in Japan, he said.
6) He approved MacArthur's
proposals lor letting Chiang's
Nationalist troops go into action
against the Communists. But he
said he does not know whether
? .s forcs C0uld Hht on
me China mainland or whether
such action would lit in with U S
commitments elsewhere.
7i There Is 'much more" justi-
fication for U. s. aid to the Chi-
nese Nationalists than to Mar-
shal Tito of Yugoslavia. He said
the Nationalists are enemies of
Communism while Tito Is a Com-
munist at odds with Moscow. But
he added that China Itself Is not
a "critical, decisive, strategic
area." "
Wedemeyer said the United
Sutes never should try to
"conquer and control" Russia
and its satellites as it did Ger-
many and Japan because this
would "wreck us economically."
The question of the Wedemey-
er-MacArthur-8pruance message
came up during questioning by
Sen John J. Sparkman, D, Ala.
Sparkman said "any person
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32 "Smallest
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38 Repose
39 Roman
emperor
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measurement
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56 Last
57 Revised
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mathematician
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13
TaxHikelmpending
On Smokes, Drinks
WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP> action on a proposal to levy a
The House Ways and Means 10 per cent tax on the gross
Committee voted finally yester- recaipis of bookmakers, number
day to raise federal liquor taxes I racketeers and other gamblers
30 cents a fifth, boost federal! despite Treasury protests that
cigaret taxes a penny a pack
and Increase the excise lew on
beer.
The action came as President
Truman strongly urged the Sen-
ate to act on the new $7.000,-
000,000 Defense Tax Bill before
taking a summer recess and
Democratic leaders Indicated
they will comply. The House
Committee may complete action
on the bill today.
The committee formally af-
firmed an earlier tentative de-
cision to raise the excise tax on
clgareU from seven to eight
cents a pack, on liquor from $9
to $10.50 a gallon and on beer
rom $8 to $9 a barrel: The fed-
eral tax on a tilth of 100 proof
liquor would go up from $189
to $2.10.
The committee also took final
lt would be impractical to col-
lect. It a'so voted to levy a $50
a year occupation tax on them.
The committee made final Its
, previous tentative decision to
I continue for another year the
formula for taxing the business
; earnings of life insurance com-
panies. This would yield about;
j $113,000.000 this year.
It was estimated that the in-
crease in beer and liquor taxes j
would yield about $250.000.000, ;
or far short of the $706.000.000'
! hi new alcohol taxes recom-'
| mended by the Administration.
The committee alreadv ha3 j
voted to raise Individual Income '
taxes $2.900.000.000 a year and I
corporation levies $2,000.000,000. '
Townsite Engineers
Among 88 Employes
Sought By Canal
Eighty-eight positions in the
Panam Canal-Railroad organi-
zation are open, according to the
latest Transfer-Vacancy bulletin
which has been Issued at Balboa
Heights.
On the list of openings are two
new positions, civil engineers for
townsite planning. One carries a
GS-12, the other a GS-13 rating.
Twelve lock operators (wlremeni
are wanted lor the Locks Divi-
sion. Positions are open In the
Industrial Bureau for three out-
side and three inside machinists
and for three general machinists
The last are temporary employ-
ments.
Trie list of positions open are:
a temporary Accountant, a car-
tographic survey Aide, one Ac-
counting Clerk, one male Ac-
counting Clerk, temporary, a
male Clerk, with knowledge of
Spanish, a Clerk-Typist with
knowledge of accounting, a
Clerk-Typist with some knowl-
edge of stenography, two tempo-
rary Clerk-Typists, three Clerk-
Stenographers, one of whom must
be a man.
Two Architectural Designers,
two Electrical Designers, a Ma-
rine Dispatcher, and Engineering
Draftsman, an Electrical Engi-
neer, two Civil Engineers for De-
sign work, one Civil Engineer for
survey work, two Civil Engineers
for townsite planning, a Mechan-
ical Engineer, two Sanitary En-
gineers, an Estimator, two Fire-
men, Construction Inspector, a
Meatcutter, an Optical Techni-
cian, two Physical Therapists for
Gorgao Hospital.
One pilot in training, two Po-
licemen, two Boilermakers, one
Electrician for battery and igni-
tion work, one floating crane
Steam Engineer, four Stevedore
Foremen, a gauger, one telephone
man for Installation and main-
j tenance, ten Machinists, of whom
three are temporary, two Radio
Mechanics, one General Opera-
tor, temporary, for the Municioal
Division, a Lock Operator (cable-
splicer i, a Lock Operator (Refri-
geration machinists), a Lock Op-
erator (steam L.C.i, twelve Lock
Operators wlremeni. a Tractor-
Bulldozer Operator, a Power
Plant Switchboard Operator two
Body Repairmen Painter, a Pipe-
fitter, two Plumbers, a Shlpfltter
and five Electrical Wireraen.
Drunk But Not Driving
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UP) a
criminal court Judge ruled that
a bridle path Isn't a public high-
way and no matter how drunk
you get on it, you can't be arrest-
ed there for drunken driving
Thomas Lenlhan got off with a
line of $100 on a charge of bfl""
drunk in a public place, Instead
of being charged with drunken
driving.
would be Justified" in thinking lt
meant the three men favored a
coalition government lri China.
Wedemeyer said he had read a
paragraph from the message
quoted to-the committee bv Ach-
eson and agreed "exactly" with
Sparkman But he said that both
before and after the message was
sent In 1945 he officially had op-
posed any attempt at a coalition.
MacArthur has denounced as a
"prevarication" any Inference
*h |ip fnvo'oH -> coalition.'
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Locke And Hogan Top Favorites To Cop US Open
by
JOE WILLIAMS
White Sox Increase AL Lead;
Dodgers Win To Widen Margin
What dos the decision to restrict the telecast of the Joe
Louis-Lee Savold fight to theaters mean to Out H. Fan? Bluntly,
it means that he isn't going to got many more big sports shows
for free. In one way or another he's going to have to dig whe-
ther he sees it in the flesh or in the flickers.
It took a long time for promoters to recognize the validity
of the first law of economics. Namely, that you can't give your
.merchandise away and peddle It. too. Sooner or later, the mevlt-
abihty ol naked arenas and barren stands had to drive the les-
son home. This is the first concrete evidence It has reached the
door steps.
What happened some days back in Chicago when TV-radio
fees amounted to much more than the box office may have been
the clincher. Only 7226 bought tickets to see Charles and Maxim
fight for the heavyweight championship. It was estimated 20,000,-
000 home viewers got It on the cuff.
True, this wasn't a particularly engaging attraction, but it
did emphasize ihe trend. More and more people, including the
red-hot fan, are being conditioned to take their sports the easy
way. which also happens to be the least inexpensive way. As a
future factor this poses a more ominous threat than immediate
deficits.
Those who held that the modern miracle would stimulate
interests in sports, as radio did, had the correct slant. More
people are sportsminded today than ever before. But they pre-
fer the living room and the tavern to the stadium and the
arena. The TV Influence has backfired and the promoters are left
holding the bag.
SOUNDS IKE A PIPE DREAM
Theater TV seems to offer the practical solution bewildered
promoters have been groping for. If they can't get the fans back
in oldtime numbers they can at least get something from the
by-product. And- in time they will get immense sums more
than they got back in the days when the $1,000.000 gate was
r.eighter a rarity nor an impossible dream.
The Loulg-Savold fight is an experiment. It will be shown on
screens in a number of theaters outside New York at admission
prices The cash returns are not likely to be staggering. There
is little national, or even local interest, in the show. It is im-
portant as the beginning of what promises to be a set policy for
the future.
Let us suppose it was Louis and Schmeling iwhen they were
on topi instead of Louis and Savold and the coaxial cable ex-
tended to the coast which It will be World Series time. The fight
would be shown in theaters from Maine to California and the
box offices would do 10 times the business of the fight itself even
If it drew a turn-away crowd.
There will be other outlets. There is already in use. largely
In Chicago, a gimmick which will enable the home viewer to see
a sports event, which is not otherwise available on the channels,
by the payment of a small fee to the telephone company which
in such instahces. control the action.
The ramification are not too hard to chart. The time Is not
Jar off when the World Series will no longer be on the free list,
apparently, this can't be for at least six years which is the
duration of a controversial contract closed with Mutual by Hap-
py Chandler, the unwanted baseball commissioner. A contract
calling for $6.000,000. By the time it expires a renewal will bring
$20,000.000. maybe $40.000.000.
THE COLLEGES WILL FOLLOW
The possibilities are so enormous no guess can be too fan-
tastic. I don't see how the theater-TV can miss, particularly
When the show has nationwide appeal. You must keep in mind (
the spofts fan has adopted the TV version. It's a satisfactory
substitute for the real thing. Unlike the radio, he doesn't have
to take an announcer's word for what's going on in the ring or
on the field. He can see for himself. And It's always going to
be so much cheaper.
This won't mean the. end of sport problems, however. Base-
ball ana" the ring won't need to worry too much, but football will, i
There is no man alive with wisdom enough to tell fqr sure just
how football and TV can work together on a policy that Will
restore the college game to the solvency It once knew. I mean all
colleges, the small and the large.
Further experiments are Imperative. There can be no gua-
rantee that complete satisfaction ever will be achieved. It may
be small colleges which depend on football receipts are doomed.
TTlat the present experiment to telecast only one game a week
I*each sector, approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Assn.,
is viewed with doubt, is shown by Pennsylvania's rebellion.
Penn seems determined to telecast all home games next fall.
Inviting banlshmen, from the association and cancellation by
pact members of games already scheduled. The association would
seem to have no alternative, yet It is a question whether its
experiment makes sound sense. After all. a football fan can see
onlv one game at a time. Ultimately, the colleges will probably
have to go for theater TV or abandon telecasts entirely. There
doesn't appear to be much room for compromise.
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The White Sox. who have not lost
a game In the eastern half of the
American League this season,
opened up their second road,
swing in that area defeating the
Senators. 3-0, in a Washington
night game behind Lou Kretlow's
four-hitter.
The victory put the White Sox
three and one-half games ahead
of the second place Yankees who
suffered a 5-1 defeat by the sev-
enth place Browns at the Yankee
Stadium.
The Senator loss went to Cu-
ban Connie Marrero who won
his first five games but who has
been beaten three out of four
times since then. He yielded
eight hits but the White Sox
bunched four of them for all
their runs.
Bob Dilllnger and Lon Len-
hardt's singles, an error, a hit
batsman and Eddie Robinson's
long fly produced two runs in the
third and In the fifth the White
Sox scored when Cuban Orestes
Mioso doubled and Robinson
singled.
The Yankees got only four hits
off ex-teammate righthander
Duane Pillette. averting a shut-
out in the sixth when Jerry Cole-
man's single, an infield out and
Phil Rizzuto's single scored a run.
The Browns scored off loser
Fred Sanford in the first frame
when Dale Long doubled Bobby
Young home and added two more
in the sixth on two walks, singles
by Sherman Lollar and Fred
Marsh plus an outfield fly.
Al Rosen hit a three-run
homer to give the Indians a5-6
lead, in a night game at Phila-
delphia that was eventuallv
won, 8-6, by Cleveland. Eddie
Joost hit an Athletic homer.
A rare throwing error by Dom
DiMaggio started the Tigers off
to a five run first inning and en-
abled Ted Gray to breeze to his
second victory against six defeats
as the Tigers won. 7-3, Over the
Red Sox in a Boston night game.
Gray struck out eight. Johnny
Lipon, with three straight singles,
paced the Tigers' eleven hit at-
tack. Clyde Vollmer homered for
the Red Sox.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers' Preacher Roe won
his ninth straight game without
a defeat 6-2 over the Cardinals
in a St. Louis night contest. The
victory kept the Dodgers six full
games ahead of the Giants who
moved, into second plaee with a
6-3 victory over the Reds in a
Cincinnati after dark game.
Jackie Robinson gave Roe a
2-0 margin In the first inning
with his seventh home run. GU
Hodges hit his 19th homer in
the fourth to make it 3-0.
The Dodgers, after knocking
out Gerry Staley. got to George
Munger for three more in the se-
venth. Stan Mustal's fourth hit
drove in the first Cardinal run
in the eighth and when Carl Fu-
rillo dropped the ball got another
which was unearned.
Monte Irvin's three-run homer
gave the Giants a ten-inning 6-5
victory that put them Into sec-
ond place ahead of the Reds. Al-
len Gettel's five innings of score-
less relief pitching in which he
struck out seven batters gave him
his first victory as a Giant.
Earlier Bob Scheffing drove
In all the Reds' runs with a
three-run homer off starter
Dave Koslo.
The Braves, still stirred up over
the no-hitter Cliff Chambers
pitched against them May 6. beat
him for the second time since
thenrattling off 15 hits for an
easy 13-3 win for Johnny Sain
over the Pirates in a Pittsburgh
arc-light contest.
Sain and Sid Gordon homered
for the Braves.
The Phillies pushed across four
runs in the fifth to edge the Cubs
6-3 at Chicago. Frank Hlller
started for the Cubs and was
routed in the fifth. He was charg-
ed with the loss.
Mllo Candini, who relieved
Rusa Meyer, was the winner. The
Cubs' Dee Fondy homered in the
first Inning. The Phils scored four
In the fifth on two hits, two
walks, a wild pitch and an error
Dick Sislers single drove in two
runs.
ATLANTIC SECTOR SWIMMING TEAM: The annual U. S.
Army Caribbean (Panama Areai swimming meet will be held
at the Fort Clayton pool this year. Preliminaries are sched-
uled for today. The finals will get underway at 7:00 p.m.
on Friday. June 15. The Atlantic Sector team, pictured above
at the Fort Gullok pool, Is comprised of swimmers from three
countries: Bolivia, Colombia, and the United States.
Left to right: Pvt. Pedro Sola Amadeo. USA; cpl. Samuel
J. Davis. USA.; Cpl. Ralph Perez, USA:- Cpl. W. R. Baldwin,
USA; Lt. Hernn Sorio, Bolivian Army: Lt. Guide Espada,
Bolivian Army; Cpl. Jesus Maria Barrera, Colombian Army;
Sgt. R. C. Robb. USA; Cpl. Roger T. Homan, USA; Pvt. Frank
Valentine, USA: and Pfc. Thomas J. Davenport,-USA. In front
row sitting Is Captain A. B. Davidson. USA. Commanding Of-
ficer of Atlantic Sector Headquarters Detachment, who Is
coach of the team.
(Official U. S. Army photo)
American League National League
Teams
Chicago......M
New York.....it
Boston.......29
Cleveland.....2$
Detroit.......29
Washington .... 18
St. Louis......IS
Philadelphia. ... 15
Won Lost PcL'Team*.
14 .7M
19 .827
22 .588
23 .549
23 .521
30 .375
34 .348
34 .308
TODAY'S GA'MES
Chicago at Washington (N).
St. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
Cleveland at Philadelphia (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 100 002 200-5 5 1
New York 000 001 0001 4 1
Pillette (2-51 and Lollar; San-
ford (0-3i, Byrne, Shea, Ostrow-
skl and Berra.
(Night Game)
Chicago............ 3
Washington.......... 0
Brooklyn...... J2
New York..... 28
Cincinnati..... 25
St. Louis...... 28
Boston..... 26
Philadelphia. ... 24
Chicago...... 22
Pittsburgh..... 19
Won Lost Pet.
18 .640
26 .518
24 .518
25 .589
26 .508
27 .471
25 .468
31 .388
(Night Game)
Detroit.............. 7
Boston.............. 3
(Night Game)
Cleveland............ 8
Philadelphia.......... 6
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N).
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
,11'phia 000 240 0006 6 2
go 103 100 0005 11 3
Meyer, Candini (1-0). Konstan-
ty and Semlnlck; Killer (4-5 >,
Mlnner, McLlsh, Leonard and
Burgess.
(Night Game)
New York............ 6
Cincinnati............ 3
PREPAREDNESS B*"
Hogan started aeattalntlag him-
self with rlgged-ap Oakland
Hills eight aya pritr to the
start of the United 8UUs Open
Championships. Here the two-
time titleholder blasts out of a
and trap. (NEA)
Big Pros Howling About
Trap-Splattered Course
BIRMINGHAM, Mich" Jun7l3 (UP) Bobby Lockel
of South Africa and Ben Hogan.of, the United States were
the popular choices as the world's best golfers took theii
final tuneup licks over the trap-studded Oakland Hills
Country Club for tomorrow's three day top golfing classic
the United States Open.
Jockey J. Adams
And Son Beaten,
Robbed off $250
CHICAGO. June 13 (UP)A
leading Jockey and his 17-year-
old son were beaten and rob-
bed yesterday as they left their
home in Steger, a suburb of
Chicago.
Thirty-six-year-old Johnny
Adams and son John, Junior,
were stopped by three men and
aiivcu to the outskirts of Ste-
ger. They were beaten on the
legs with a crowbar and Adams
wits robbed of $250. Adams can-
celled his mounts today at Lin-
coln Fields but expects to ride
again tomorrow.
Artams was the leading jockey
of the country for three years.
He had 260 winners in 1937. 245
winners In '42 and 228 winners
in 43.
(Night Game)
Boston...........
Pittsburgh........
13
(Night Game)
Brooklyn............ 6
St. Louis............ 2
SPARKLING SEMINLES
Tallahassee, Fla. (NEA> Flo-
rida State University compiled
its best baseball record since the
Inauguration of the sport 13 vic-
tories against six losses.
Gun Club Notes
Eighteen shooters turned out for the reopening of the Gam-
boa Gun Club on Sunday morning. June 10th. The shoot was
conducted by 'Charlie" Dlsharoon with the aid of Jimmy Morris
vho handled the paper work.
The shooters standing on the 16 yard line n the first string
or 25 targets determined their own handicaps for the next string
by their scoresthose breakhiR 25 shot from the 25 yard line in
the following event; those with a score of 24 shot from the 24
yard line, and so on up to the 18 yard mark. The third and final
s.ring was shot from the handicap yardage resulting from the
cores in the second string.
c D" Brown of Port Kobbe took top honors In class 1 with
70x75 while P. M. Dlsharoon Jr. came in second with 69x75.
v'lth 61 5aroon Sr* and Bm Cunningham tied for third place
In class 2 Lt. Olmstead ol Fort Kobbe was high winner fol-
lowed by C. S. "Pop" Sanders whose score was 61 x 75 and Tom
fogarty who broke 60x75. L. D. Brown. "Pop" Sanders. BUI Cun-
nmgham, and P. E. Christie all turned rn scores of 25 straight.
Another high score of the clay. 67x75. was made by Mr. Ott.
The shooters were unanimous in expressing their apprecia-
tion for the free lunch served by the Gamboa Golf and Country
Club and for the cordial welcome they received.
Name 1st 25 2nd 25 3rd 25 Total Money
L. D. Brown...... 25 20 25 78 $10 50
P. M. Dlsharoon Jr.. M 23 22 69 6.30
P. M. Dlsharoon ST.. 21 22 24 67 210
Bill Cunningham. ... 25 18 24 67 210
Mr. Ott........ 22 21 24 67 ____
P. E. Christie..... 21 20 25 66 ------
Tom Boyd....... 23 22 20 65 ____
T. J. Tassln...... 21 20 23 64 ------
Lt. Olmstead...... 21 19 22 62 10 50
C. S. Sanders..... 25 14 22 61 6 30
Tom Fogarty..... 24 14 22 60 4 20
Ed Francis...... 18 18 21 57 ____
Bill Kilgallen..... 22 12 19 56 -,
Tom McNeil...... 17 18 19 14 ____
L. C. Jones III..... 17 23 14 14 ____
Mr. Kent....... 13 18 31x50 ____
Mr. Krueger.1..... 13 15 28x50 ____
Mary Tassin..... 23 23x25 ____
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There was a slight edge in the
consensus for Locke who, if he
wins, would be the first foreign
winner since England's Ted Ray
accomplished the feat In 1920.
Many believe the South Afri-
can has the precision and driv-
ing necessary to conquer the re-
vamped Oakland Hills 6,927 yard
course.
The layout, done over specially
for the tournament, Is studded
with 121 greedy sand traps.
Many of the traps, placed stra-
tegically at just about the place {
the long hitters put their tee
shots, have brought howls of pro-
test from many of the pros.
Sammy Snead, one of the long-
est hitters of all time, has been
particularly vehement in his cri-
ticism of the course. He has call-
ed the placing of the traps and
the accentuated narrowing of the
fairways "deliberately unfair" to
the long ball hitter.
Another of the long ball smash-
ers, Argentine Roberto de Vicen-
zo, has made no comment about
the course but has let it be known
that he will have to be reckoned
with in the race for tourney hon-
ors.
The 28-year-old South Ameri-
can Is fresh from his victory in
the Pajm Beach Round-Robin in
which he beat some of the best
in the business, Including Locke,
and he figures to rank high in the ,
list of the favorites.
The defending champion, ol
course, little Ben Hogan, the out-
standing sports figure of last
year.
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS
Qualifying rounds for the Ama-
teur Public Links Golf Tourna-
ment will start on 42 courses on
June 15 and run through June
24. The tournament, with a field
of 210, runs from July 9 to July
14 at Milwaukee. Three former
championsAndy Szwedko of
Pittsburgh, Bob Clark of St. Paul
and Stanley Bielat of Yonkers,
New Yorkqualify automatical-
ly.
Compos To Workout
For Coln Boxing
Commission Today
Jess Compos was scheduled
to stage a four-round exhibition
before the' Colon Boxing Com-
mission this afternoon. Compos
Is the 24-year-old Puerto Rlcan
boxer who meets Federieo Plum-
mer next Sunday, June 17, in
the ten-round main bout at the
Coln Arena.
LOCAL RATE LITTLE LEAGUE
STAR Walter St. Louis, star
catcher of the Fergus Cubs, is
one of the many youngsters
who will be seen in. action in
the forthcoming tournament.
VIOLENT YEARLINGS
Milwaukee (NEA) Coach
Lisle Blackburn is pinning much
of his hope for the 1951 Mar-
quette football squad on 45 fresh-
men.
The Brooklyn Dodgers have
signed catcher Norman Miller
from the Riverside Military Aca-
demy of Gainesville, Georgia.
Miller has been assigned to the
Dodger farm club In Valdosta,
Georgia.
Queen Elizabeth and Princess
Elizabeth watched Guerrler win
yesterday's running of the Ascot
Stakes at Ascot Heath, England.
Royalist the Fourth finished first
but was disqualified. It is the
first disqualification in the his-
tory of the royal track.
Fight Dope
BY UNITED PRESS
Light Heavyweight Champion
Joey Maxim has been ordered to
appear before the Illinois Athlet-
ic ('omission op June 25. The
Cleveland clouter will be asked
whether he felt drugged whlli>
fighting Ezzard Charles on May
30.
The Illinois Commission order-
ed Maxim and his trainer, Al Del
Monte, to testify because of a re-
mark by the champ's manager.
Jack Kearrts. The manager said
Maxim didn't look like himself
while losing to Charles.
"Joe walked into the ring in a
half daze." says Kearns. "He
looked to me like a fighter full of
dope. Of course," adds Kearns,
"he could have been doped from
a left hook,"
JESUS COMPOS
The ragged Compos is snbstl.
tuting Al Pennino on this card.
Compos dropped a ten-round
unanimous decision to classy
Willie Pep June 4 in Baltimore.
Yesterday approximately 680
fight fans were Impressed by
Compos during his workout* at
the Coln Arena.
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The Majors
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Allen Gettel
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Joe Louis 3-To-l Favorite To Defeat Lee Savold
Showers May Dampen
'Battle Of Ancients'
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, June 13.The battle of ancients between Joe
Louli and Lee Sarold tonight has been dampened by predictions
of "possible showers." However. Promoter Jim Norrls ws con-
fident that the 15-ronnder between Louis, ST. and Savold, 35,
would attract at least 16,000 fans and at least $100,000 whether
the bout is staged tonight or postponed to tomorrow night.
Louis will meet Savold, the|
British and European champ for
the right to a September title date;
with Ezzard Charles. Provided.!
of course, Charles still holds the
crown then.
The Polo Grounds scrap has
been called The battle of the
ages." They are the oldest fight-
ers ever matched in a heavy-
weight contenders bout.
Boxing experts are looking
for a knockout. They figure
neither Louis or Savold will be
able to go 15 rounds. Louis al-
most didn't last 15 rounds with
Charles last September. Savold
has fought only four cham-
pionship rounds in two and
one-half years.
This probably will be the last
fight for the loser, although Louis
insists he will meet Heln Ten
Hoff In Berlin on August 8 re-
gardless of what happens to-
night.
Those who watched Louis and !
Savold train were more impress-
ed with Lee's performances, but
even that was deceiving. Louis
worked with better sparring part-
ners.
The Brown Bomber has won 65
bouts. 52 of them by knockout.
Max Schmellng stopped Louis be-
fore Joe was champ and Charles
outpointed him last September.
Savold has a spotty record. The
ring book shows Savold a loser in
29 out of 103 bouts, but Lee In-
sists he has fought more than
300 times. He is a sharp puncher
and has Scored 52 knockouts.
Louis Is an even money bet to
stop 8avold.
The bout will not be broad-
cast or televised into homes. It
will be TV'd to theaters in Chi-
cago, Washington, Albany,
Cleveland and Baltimore.
SavoN arrived in New York last
night, but Louis stayed at his
Pompton Lakes, New Jersey
training camp until weigh-in
time. Louis, who will receive 35
per cent of the net gate, weighed
208 pounds. Savold, who gets 25
per cent of the net gate, weighed
190 pounds.
. Another former championex-
Llghtwelght King Ike Wllltams-
ls in trouble with the National
Boxing Association again. The
NBA has suspended Williams and
his manager, Frank Palermo, at
the request of the California Box-
ing commission. Williams is
charged with failure to post a
$2.500 forfeit check for a June 16
bout with Art Aragn at Los An-
geles. The NBA says the violation
took place before Williams lost
his title to Jimmy Carter.
CUAQUE*
White Sox Are Doing Well In Vote Getting League Aha
CHICAOO, June 13 'UP The
Chicago White Sox are doing as
well in the vote getting league as
In American League competition.
The first 5,500 ballots naming
starting lineups for the July 10
Ail-Star game at Detroit put
White Sox players one-two In
seven positions. First Baseman
Ed Robinson, second sacker Nel-
son Fox, shortstop Chico Carras-
que! and left fielder Mlnny Mlflo-
so are leading at those positions.
Right Fielder AI Zarllla. center
fielder Jim Busby and catcher
Phil Mas! are second in the bal-
loting.
George Kell of Detroit leads the
third base race in the American
League. Ferris Fain, the Phila-
delphia first baseman, la leading
the right fielders. Fain played
right field a few games this* year
when the A's gave Lou Llmmer a
chance at first base. Dom DlMag-
glo of Boston leads the center
fielders and Larry Berra of New
York tops the catchers.
The National League Infield Is
made up of three Dodgers and
Boston third baseman Bob Elliott.
The Dodgers are first baseman
Gil Hodges, second baunfan
Jackie Robinson and shortstop
Peewee Reese.
The outfield has Stan Musial
of St. Louis in left, Richie Ash-
burn of the Phils In center and
Frank Baumholtz of Chicago in
right. The catcher is Roy Cam-
panella of Brooklyn.

In The
PANAMA AMERICAN
Lee Savold
Eight Entered For
Saturday's Running
Of Belmonl Slakes
NEW YORK, June 13 (UP)
The field for Saturday's running
of the Belmont Stakes jumped to
eight today as two more three-
year-olds were entered.
Newcomers In the $100,000 race
are Phantom Farm's Nullify and
King Ranch's Sonic. Several oth-
er candidates for the third leg of
the Triple Crown are on the prob-
able list. Others In the field so
far are Kentucky Derby winner
Count Turf, Counterpoint. Stead-
fast, Royal Mustang, Battlefield,
and Pur Sang.
Sonic breezed a mile and one-
halfthe Belmont distance In
2:35 4-5 this morning. Nullify
covered the distance In 2:41,
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS. 1951
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No. Tivoll Av.
Pbonr 2-2291.
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque ilt- Les< Panam.
MORRISON'S
Nt>. 4 Fourth o( July Avt.
I'll.Mil .' "Ill
BOTICA CARLTON
I".(i.-i'.i Melende* Ave.
Phunc 2i5Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. 55 Wnl l-'th Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. S7 "H" StreetPanam
No. 12.1JM Cenlral Ave.Calo*.
Draft Will Scoop In 385,000
Now 4-F Or Supporting Wife
BY FRANK ELEAZER
FOR SALE
no
(isfliolri
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FCR SALEColonial type diningroom
lurte, 10 pieces $200.00, Hi chair
$6.0C. House 225 Pedro Miguel.
telephone 4-454.
FO RSALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator. 9 cu. ft. I year guarantee.
d.n .ig-table with benches. Swedish
moc':rn choirs ond sofo, rugs.
Hig.i choir. fans, miscellaneous
art.cies. 1403-A. Corr Street, Bal-
boa.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set, two
enamel tcbles. gas refrigerator.
Plomera Nacional. Central Avenue
210. towords Eost 32nd Street.
FOR SALE:Special built Venetian
B.tntJs, Valence boords, drapes,
complete for 12 family quor.ers,
olso 9 cubic oil porce'oin Westing-
hou:e refrigerotor, G. E. Radio,
Fish.ng gear. Comers, Gloss
(frosted) louvers. Lorge storage
cabinet!,, everything in excellent-
condition. Call onytime after 3 p.
m Ycur odvontoge to come see
ot 565T. Apt. A, Magoon street.
Diablo Heights.
FCP. SALE:--2 door Frigidaire refri-
gerotor. Gocd condition. 0777-B
Williamson Place.
FOR SALE: 19S0 Hillmait Minx
Convertible Coup., colar ton, red
leather upholstery. Only 2,000
miles. This car must be seen to
appreciate. $490 down and drive
it away. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD dealer on automobile
row. Telephone 2-1033 2-1036
Panama.*
FOR SALE:Plymouth 2-door 1942
m good condition. Must sell. Coll
Panamo 3-1082.
FOR SALE: 1942 Ford Truck, I
1-2 Tons, good condition, $1,500.
Garage de Servicio Pblico, 70
"B" Street.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you hove < drinking problem?
Writ* Alcoholics Anonymous
Bo* 2031 Ano. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALF:High gloss oil point!
ond enomels. Miliiew-prool. $3 25
gallon fropidur Stores
FOR SALE:Mogic Chef Stove; Apt
siied refrigerator; olid mahogany
tnb!c. chairs, chest drowers; couch,
wicker. Rotton choirs, Ponomo 3-
0010 before 4, Panamo, 3-3168.
after 4.
, FOR SALE: The most beautiful
" flevcn piece mahogany dining-
room suite in Poncma, hond carved
. by italian artist, genuine leothor
upholstery. Originol cent $3,000-
00, sole price $1,000:00. Apply
Peru Avenue No. 89, ony time.
J Mr. and Mrs. Costro,
'. FOR SALE:Baby crib, stroller, high
chair, girl's bicycle, ironing beard,
p'ay pen. Zenith combinoticn ra-
dio record player with records,
Bendix outomatic wosher. Reming-
ton shot gun model II. Mivel-
larjecus kitchenwore. Hou;e ?21-
J B N/S Rodman. Phore 2>53461.
"FOR SALE:Zenith automatic re-
cord player and radio combination,
Soble model 25 cycle. 5611-A,
)ib!o Hgts.
FOR SALE: Phonsgroch Recordc,
Ic'PiSlcol onri popular), baby scales
ad bebv bassinet. 143 I-D. Carr
p St. Ba'boa.
(FOR SAL 25 evcle. porcelain re-
frig.-rator, 575.00. Bolbca 2-6-116
or No. 1442-C. Bolbca. after 6
p. m.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, Cro-.ley
' Shelvodor. 60 cycles, w.th guaran-
.1 tee, Fotir p ere wicker livmgrcom
set. Underwood typcwriler. youth
brd, baby itroller. Phone 916. Co-
Ion.
FO RSALE 1950 Cadillac Sedan
"61," Diack. 1951 Codilloc Sedon
"61." b'ack "with radio, white side
wall tires (extras) new. Imme-
diate delivery from agency. Loraine
motor crone, 15 ton with 45 Ft.,
plume. 3 International 5 ton dump
truck KM. One International dump
truck K8. 10 wheel with winch. 4
Chevrolet autobuses, metal,
'Wayne" body. Tel. 3-0114, 8:-
C0 o, m. lo 6:00 p. m. or 3-2487
6:00 p. m. to 9:C0 p. m.
FOR SALE:1950 Buick. Super Ri-
viera. two tcne. 10,000 miles, all
extras. Best offer over $2,100. 86-
4127 86-7277.
FOR SALE:1941 Oldsmobile "66"
Srdan $350.00. 760 A, Bornebey
St. Bolboo, phone 2-1720.
WANTED
Mitfrelluueous
TH PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
STRUCTURES FOR SALE
The Panama Canal offers for sale
to the highest bidder Buildings Nos.
355, 407, 420. 438, 442, An;on;
334. 358 and 368, Gatun; 1715.
Cristobal; 3345. Camp Bierd. Sealed
b'ds will be received in fne office
of the Superintendent of Storehouses
ot Balboa until 10:30 A. M, June
28, 1951. when they will be opened
in public. Forms of proposal with
full particulars moy be secured in the
offices of the Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboa, and the Housing
Managers at Bolboa Heights and
CrlttObol,
RESORTS
Villioms Sonta Clora Beach Cottages
fwo bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgos rona.es Phone Bol-
boo. 2-3050 Except weekends
Fhiilips. Beach collages, Santo Clora.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
GramlichV Santa Cloro beach-
cottages. .Electric ic. boxes, gas
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4.-567
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FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet, situated on
the Intersection of Boyd-Roosevell
highway, Pueblo Nuevo, $75.00.
House No. 4036, Pueblo Nuevo
Rood. Apply No. 15, Eight Street,
Panama. Quijono.
rv_.< s/\Lfc:Buick, 1941, 4-door
sedan; Frigidaire, 7 cubic foot,
oil porcelain; Zen.th, phono-radio,
table model. Easy, Spin-drier,
washing machine; oil 25-cycle,
youth bed ond mattress; Venetian
blinds; miscellaneous household
Items; house 1581, Apt. C, Calo-
bosh St.. Gcvilan.
WANTED 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
used. Panama Auto S. A. Avenida
Justo Arosemena. Phone 3-4550.
WANTED:Hillman Estate w~PaVH
Truck. Good price. Balboa 2-1591.
Call Wednesday, Thursday.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS FOR
FURNISHING MAGAZINES
The Panama Concl invites proposals
lor furnishing 147 items of Maga-
zines, under sealed bids opening
June 18. 1951 Invitation No. 398
Ojvailable ct oflice of Superintendent
of Storehouses, Bolboo, telephone 2-
2777.
FOR SALE
Boals & Motors
FOR SALE:One "Johnson Motor"
22 horse power, brand new. Bar-
goin. opply Bodega Tropical. Phone
2-3203.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse Refriger-
ator, $250.00. 5 months old. Ex-
cellent condition. Call 2-2196.
_________________________i____,
,FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
*or. two year puorantee House
! 724-B, Cocoli Phone 4-225.
FOR SALE:Babvorand piono, dln-
iriqrcom 'ct. upholitererl. sidebonrd.
Hou^p 7030, Seventh Street, Apt.
I, Colon.
.FOR SALE:Mohcgony double bed.
blue leather, chrome dinette set.
50 Street No. 23, Apt. 8.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
A REAL BARGAIN Lefevre Pork,
9lh. Street, chalet, 2 bedrooms.
2 bathrooms, livingroom and din-
ingroom, maid's room and wim-
mina peal, for only B 10.000.00.
Attroctive facilities for payment.
Wolff 6 Co., 5th. Street, 22, Tel.
2-2388.
FOR SALECholet in Cresta Hu-
mosa. All concrete. 3 bedrooms,
J lorge livingroom, d'ningroom,
, breakfast nook, bolhroom, kitchen,
rid porch. All t.le floors. Screen
-"* o" around. Light and woter
I docilities. Gos .nstollotions. Grounds
, aoproximotely 3600 squore me-
ters. Eas-, finoncinTj term- Apply
Sassc y Jaramillo Ltdo. Tel. 136,
Colon.
Dream Too Real
PRINCESS
ELIZABETH
(Continued From Pajre 1)
even lor a well man. The present
King is not a well man, and has
never been a strong man.
Should he retire his daughter
Princess Elizabeth, would be
welcomed to the throne with
great enthusiasm by a people
who still remember nostalgically
their last queen, Victoria.
The King himself is the only
one who can make the decision.
It is assumed health would be
the determining factor, because
he would not have to worry
aboui any constitutional crisis
over the succession.
Elizabeth now has two child-
ren, including a male heir to the
throne, Prince Charles.
Her husband, the Duke of Edin-
burgh, is scheduled to finish his
present naval assignment this
summer.
Already Elizabeth, with her
mother Queen Elizabeth and her
sister Princess Margaret, has
been deputising for the King at
public functions.
Only last week Princess Eliza-
beth looking every-inch a queen,
took her father's place at the
annual Trooolng of the Colors on
the Kino'S official birthday.
For 90 minutes she sat side-
saddle on her horse throughout
the exacting ceremony. If any
proof were needed that Eliza-
beth is ready to suer-eed her fa-
ther, that could be It.
In addition it is pointed out
that Elizabeth would have the
advice and counsel of her father
for a long time should he retire
and recover his health.
The present King has ereat
devotion to duty. In view of the
crisis over his brother's abdica -
ATTENTION. For sole 100 tickets of
Chesterfield's Cholet raffle. $15.-
00. El Agricultor. ,P Avenue 67.
FOR SALE:Baby carriage, practic-
ally new. used only one month.
Easy spin-dry washing mochine.
apartment siie. 60 cycle. One
pair of volanccs Imahoganyl 0778
B. Williamson Place, Balboa, after
6 p. m.
FOR SALE: One J. C. Higgens
shotgun, 1 2 gauge. 6 shot repeater.
Brand new, 30. PKne 2-1358.
Hcuse 0860-A Oleander St. Gavi-
Icn. l
"T^Tfr FOUND
FOR RENT: Beautiful residence,
completely furnished divided in 2
independent apartments. No. 114
I Ith Street, Poitillo. Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact oflice No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonio apartments, ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. cr call Zubieto 3-
1716.
FOR RENT:Modern opartments, 2
bedrooms, living diningroom,
kitchen, bathroom. Balcony facing
street, $80.00 monthly No. 6
and No. S Eost 36th street. Apply
No. 15 Eight Street. Panama. Qui-
jono.
FOR RENT:In the Ruiz EM^V.
No. 15, second street Perejil, Mo-
dern aportments, one bedroom,
living-diningroom, kitchen, S60.
00 monthly. Apply No. 15 Eight
Street. Panam, Quijono.
t-PST:Female Boxer Dog. dark red.
Fawn, white feet. white chest.
Anyone knowing the whereobouts
of this dog. Call 87-6205. Re-
word.
LOST: Grayesh black scotty, cn-
swers to nome of Blockie. Last seen
ot Clayton, just got spoded. Pleae
return to 0774, Apt. G. Willmm-
son Ploce Ftilboo, "reword."
MUNCIE. Inri UP i Paul j tton le' uderstandabv "would
fireive jumped fftm bed and ran prefer to avoid another abdica-
throujth a plate glass window in
his home when he dreamed some-
One was chasing him.
For Eczema
Skin Troubles
Make up rour mind today that you are
rnf to five your kin a real chance
let well. Go to any good drug tore
end get an original bottle of Moone's
Emerald Oil -it lasts many day* because
It is highly concentrated
The vary first application will give
jjnu reliefthe itching ot Eczema is Ins-
tantly sloppederuptions dry up and
nrale off in a very few days The same
I Irue o Itching Toe and Feel. Bji-
sers Itch. Salt Rheum and other skin
taoubtai
R mrmber thai Moone Enwiirl Oil i< i
."'^'^n. powerful, penetrating Anitsen"c
't does not stain or leave a grensy
ne.
tlon within a short time, regard-
less of poor health being a good
cause.
But hi* relen has been espe-
cially difficult. In addition tO"
Edward's abdication he ruled
difficult post-war vears.
It may be the King's old leg
"llmerit that would be the Cp-Md-
in*! factor. In November 1048 It
was an"ounc from obstruction of the c'rcilx-
tlon In one le". r>nd he snhse-
ouentlv underwent n lumbar
symnathectomv oneration.
A n r e c 1 s e diagnosis of the
Klnn's l"n"ss hn never ben
made D"b"c. bt it is ppneraliv
P-eented that he had Burger's
disease.
American Group Sets
July 4 Slag Roundup
On El Panam Roof
The American Society's an-
nual 4th of July stag Roundup
will be held on the top floor oi
Hotel El Panam, starting at 1
p. m. on Independence Day.
President S. 8. Moore has an-
nounced that the Society will
have about 50 special guests
irom the canal Zone ana the
Republic of Panam.
Buflet. drinks and games will
be provided.
Members may bring as many
personal guests as they desire.
but are reminded that the an-
nual roundup Is a stag affair.
Tickets are $3 per person, and
members have been asked to
buy their tickets early so the
Society can make aaequaie pio-
vlsion for a success/ul day.
The. Panama Radio Corpora-
tion has donated a radio as
door prize.
Louis Gomez is chairman
the roundup. Tickets may bi
talned from him, or from any
of the following: Fred Ger-
hardt, A. A. Mil.a?, Tony Ray-
mond (Cristobali. E. D. Todd,
Robert Boyd. Sam Friedman,
Brack Hauler. Roy Mosher, Ot-
to Hausmann. Jack McGrath.
Dan Pagenta. John Weaver. Paul
Sidebotham or Joseph Dempsey.
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.-
00. Apply No. 15 Eight Street,
Panam. Quijono.
FCR -RENT:To responsible person.
Furni:hed apartment, I bedroom,
w-th twin beds, livingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, gos stove, refriger-
otor, electric. $75 month'y. No.
2, apartment 5, First Street Perejil.
Mu-.t hove guarantee. Apply, No.
15 Eight Street, Panam. Quijano.
FCR RENT:Comfortable apartment.
House No. 5. First street, Pereiil.
Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment. 2
bedrooms, living-diningroom, porch.
No. 34, 25th' Street, Bella Vista..
FCR RENT:Aportment for one cr
two persons. Also for office. 57
Per Avenue. For information
house 8, Eost 34th Street down-
stairs, Phone 3-0746, from 9 to
12 o. m.
fCR RENT:Furnished orftjbed room |
apartment. Bella Vista, all creen- (
ed. 70 dollars. Tel. 3-1648.
K>R RENT
, Room
FOR RENT*Nicely furnished, cleon
cool room. Meols if desired, aport-
ment 3, Bello Vista. 46th Street
No. I8-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.
FOR RENT
Mierellaneou*
Ul IU1 I -
o a.s ja
in for J
be ob-1
FOR RENT:Site, suitable for Bar-
ber Shop, bottom floor, house Not
8 Eost. 36th Street. Apply No 15,
Eight Street. Ponamo. Quijono.
Roth Pilots Survive
Midair Jet Collision
CUMBERLAND, R.I., June 13
UP>. Two jet planes, believ-
ecT from Quon.set Point Naval
Ar Station, collided in the air
and crashed near here. One
was reported aflame.
Both pilots called out.
3roup Meetings
The Excelsior Lodge No. 2441 French B-26s Unload
will hold nomination and elec-
tion of officers Friday nipht,
June 15. All members are re-
quested to be present.
Has Lifetime Bike
L1WFT.L MMS. 'IT' John
" -r:iv.v> v 'n ho""1""! p blpvptp I"
1898, itill ride it at the age of 82.
The monthly meeting of the
Past Chlet Rangers Court will
be held Saturday, June 16. com-
mencing at 8 p. m. at the usual
meeting place.
All P.C.R.'s are asked to at-
tend.
On Indochinese Reds
First Party At N
WYNNE. Ark. fUPi-T-.Vs. W. S.
^haver hed her fir;-t birthday
Phe mi 80 rears old b'.t it
ru fir- first lime she had ever
jeen given a party.
HANOI. Indochina, June 13
'UPiFrench Air Force B-J6
lii'.ht bombers unllmbered a
i of mass raids on Com-
munist conct ntration in the
mountains near Phuly today, al-
ter these Vletmlnh forces had
attacked French advanced posts
last night.
WED TOR KEEPS
CALEDONIA. Mlnrr. Mr.
nd Mrs. O. N. Hefte celebrated
their 69th wedding anniversary
and also their dau">-ters golden
I edding anniversary.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
To regalar users of
WELDWOODGLUE
Our .onir-delayed shipment
HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Now available, for the first
time in Panam, in
Mi oi. to 25 pound tins.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
for CUSHIONS M IF-((ivnf ,mi
?"' ,lw-"mi Cutom hull, rurnl.
rii>r Fibrin. Free KMimmi-s ha
New Telephone 1-4R3S
LUX
VENETIAN
= BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St
LEICA CAMERAS
Model nil Synchronised
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW IS PRICES.
Direct ('./. Shipments
At Factor* Prices.
Porras
Plaza S 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.tl8 "J" Street
Tel. Panam 2-2386
'2-3265
WASHINGTON June 13. (UP)
Some 385,000 registrants will
lose tl.\lr draft deferments soon
when President Truman signs
the new compromise Draft-UMT
Bill, congressional experts esti-
mated today.
The registrants are men 19-
through-25 who are now excused
from military service because
they support a wife or fail to
meet current physical and men-
tal requirements.
The new bill bars deferments
for men whose only dependent is
a wife and pegs induction stand-
ards at the lowest level of World
War II.
The measure-also lowers the
minimum draft age frora 19 to
18-4- But the experts said It "may
be years" before any of the
youths are called because draft
j Lvards first must exhaust their
supply of men 19-through-25.
Selective Service refused to
oven estimate how many regis-
trants will lose their deferments.
But experts on Capitol Hill who
spent months writing the law
said It stacks up about like this:
About 1.136,000 men now are
classified 3-Adeferred for de-
pendency. Of this total, about
: 235.000 married men without
| children or collateral dependents
j (parents, sisters, etc.) probably
will be reclasslfied l-A.
Actually, more than this will
lose their 3-A classification. But
the" experts assume some will win
deferments on other grounds.
Some, for example, may be hold-
ing essential war jobs.
The new law also will force the
Army to lower its passing grade
on induction tests from 70 to 65
and to per its physical standards
at a level not higher than that
which existed In January. 1945.
The military wss scraping the
bottom of the manpower polo at
that time.
Physical standards are nearly
that low now so most men classi-
fied 4-F will continue to be de-
ferred. The Congressional ex-
perts said, however, that the Ar-
my will scoop up an estimated
160.000 men who are or would be
classed 4-F because of their low
mente 1 score.
Because of the provision that
older men must be taken first,
the Congressional experts said
youths below the age of 19 might
never be inducted if draft calls
continued at present relatively
low levels. The Armv wants 15,-
000 men In July and 22,000 in Au-
gust.
Actually, calls probably will In-
crease soon as the services be-
gin to release men who were
frozen in uniform an additional
year at the outbreak of the Ko-:
rean war. But barrln general
war, 18-i year-olds will not be
Inducted for months and possi- I
bly years.
The new Draft Bill also ex- !
tends the term of service from 21
to 24 months, sets up the frame- I
work for the nation's first peace-
time Universal Military Training ;
program and offers a promise to
unorganized reservists called to
duty since Korea that thev can |
be released after 17 months if
they are World War II veterans. ;
Iceland Again Stands
As US Sentry Outpost
BY PATRICIA A. WIGGINS

WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP)
Iceland, pivotal nation of the
North Atlantic Treaty organiza-
tion, once more has become a
sentry station for United States
Army, Navy and Air Force.
Brig. Gen.-Edward J. McGaw's
200-man security team landed at
Reykjavik In May and resumed a
watch begun by 45.000 other
Yanks in July, 1941. That time it
was the threat of the Nazi
U-boat; this time it is to "pre-
serve the peace and security of
Iceland and the North Atlantic
area."
The Icelandic government,
maintaining no army, navy, or
air force of its own, requested the
U.S. mission after consulting with
all but the nine Communist mem-
bers of its 52-member Althing,
the oldest parliament in the
world.
Once more Iceland's bases and
air fields, weather and radar sta-
tions will be manned and devel-
oDed on a big scale. Once more
the little Island Is a vital link in
a sky road between Europe prid
the United Statesfrom Reykja-
vik to New York, 2,600 miles;
Reykjavik to Moscow, 2,150.
The Arctic outpost maintained
peace without arms for 1.077
years before its strategic location
made it an important post for
modern war maneuvering. The
only battle on Iceland was one
against nature.
Snow-capped craters, wind-
swept plateaus and desolate lava
deserts never have offered easy
livelihood on Iceland's 39,759
square miles. Chaotic wqather re-
sults when the Gulf Stream col-
SL^S*? lcv waters from the
North Pole.
u T^.i?" te Pr above a lava
bed laid down by earthquakes and
violent volcanic eruptions, the
latest Mt. Hekla's blast In 1947.
There is no coal or metals or use-
able timber.
Icelanders, however, have tap-
ped the Ice-fed rivers for hydro-
electric power. Other generators
spun by volcanic steam from the
furnace beneath the island's
crust give the nation free heated
water for radiators, greenhouses
and outdoor swimming pools
The Icelanders cultivate hay
potatoes and turnips grown in a I
short summer under perpetual
daylight. From the greenhouses
come tomatoes, cucumbers, mel-
ons and grapes. Bands of sheep
and heads of cattle roam plateau
pastures.
The biggest, most important'
crop is fish. Cod, haddock and'
herring salted, smoked, and
cannedare shipped all over the1
world. They make up 95 per cent
of Iceland's exports in volume as
well as value..
A recent world-wide slump in
the fish market and a six-year
herring failure caused a pinch In
Iceland's economy that has been
only partly relieved by Marshall
Plan aid. Despite this aid and tha'
military protection given Iceland,
the country still holds a herltaga
of independence.
Norsemen fleeing royal oppres-
sion settled there in 874 and by
930 had set up their Althing, th
first democratic parliament in'
the world. In 1.000. while Iceland-
er Leif Ericson was dlscoverlnir'
n^r ?"' ..tne AlthlnB ""opted
Christianity as the national
creed.
The island fell under Norwe-
gian rule In 1262; Danish In 1380
and became an independent
kingdom In 1918, acknowledging
the king of Denmark as joint sov-i
reign. On June 17, 1944, Iceland
proclaimed itself a republic and
elected its first president, Sveina
Bjornsson.
Iceland joined the United Na-
tions in 1946, the North Atlantic
Alliance In 1949. As a member of
the latter organization it took its
latest step to "safeguard the free-
dom, common heritage and civili-
sation of their people, founded
on the principle of democracy,
individual liberty and the rule o*
lav/."
BALKED BY MAIL
-WAKEFIELD, Mass. (UP1
Joseph A.Bernabeo, a profession-
al photographer, got an invita-
tion to take pictures at the instal-
lation of officers of a women'*
club. He lost out on th* deal. Th#
Invitation was dated four month
previously. The local post office,
lust five blocks from the Berna-
beo's home, had delivered it lata.
just Arrived
LEICA Combination
Carrying Case %r 15
Accessories.
LEICA Light' Meter.
Below \J.S. Prices.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
Tlvoh Ave Aot '
DHkni Trl. 2-3387 Home: 3-7
HOURS: Monday n.m I ml,,.
1 in 12 am
Monda;. HVdnroda>. Ihurvlav
6 la N p.m
Salurda -tarn la I p m
Merchant Seamen Pool
Has Coast Guard Form
For New Document
The Panama Merchant sea-
men Pool has received 600 ap-
plication forms under which sea-
men may apply for a new and
specially validated seamen's do-
cument. The forms were sup-
plied by the Commander. 8th
Coast Guard District, with head-
quarters in New Orleans.
The Pool advises all seamen of
Colon and Panama City who
have a "Z" Card. American sea-
men's oapers and a union book
to apply at headquarters for
these new forms.
If further Information is need-
ed, seamen may telephone the
Pool office at 1164-J for Infor-
mation.
There i> a rouni fellow named Joe
To a Carpenter Shop vent thii tchmoe
To buy a car for his work
But thev laurhed at this terk...
P A Classified rave him a towt
At Last!
FROSTOFOLD
i
PACKAGING
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Pint Sice Box
Quart Bags
Pint Bags
Poultry Bags
Plastic Wrap
Stockinette Wrap
HASMO
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AND FOR EVERY
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Buying your lumber in
our stores is your guar-
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lowest prices.
COURTEOUS SERVICE
PUNCTUAL DELIVERY
83 North Ave. Tel. 2-061
No. 3 Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424.
m
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VEDNESDAY, Jl'NE 13, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
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MISS NEWLAND, BRIDE-TO-BE,
IS HONORED AT LUNCHEON
Mrs. William L. Simpson entertained at a luncheon yes-
terday riven at the Hotel El Panama complimenting Miss >
Mary Martin Newland, whose marriage to Dr. William Frana-
lin Clary will take place on June 2.
The guests included Miss New-, Mrs. W. Meltefn will be in
land's mother, Mrs. William! charge.
ienneth Nowland, Mrs. William .------
. Clary of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs Teen-Afe Dance Set far
inert B Ooodenow of Miami,i Irlday at Elks' Club
la., Mrs. Margaret Brlscoe Ber-1 All Canal Zone teen-agers are
er, Mr. John Denvs Mayles.: Invited to attend the Teen-Age
trs. Robert J. Boyd, Mrs. Lewis Dance set for 7:30 p.m. on Fri-
i. Moore. Mrs. J. Wendell I day evening at the-Mb Club
On the occasion of their fif-
teenth wedding anniversary on
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Downs were entertained at din-
ner at the Hotel El Panama
Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Klce. Other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Ulrlch Hughes.
of
^Mrs
B
XJre'ene, and Miss Molly Francey.
Farewell Luncheon
Set lor Mrs. Jimenes
In farewell to Mrs. Ada Jime-
nez, wife of the Consul General
of Costa Rica in Panama, a
Mr. and Mrs. Castro
Arrive for Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
CrouVoThr,vfrledsVre^arrng- j Castro, accompanied by
Ing a luncheon to be given at "
12:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Ho-
tel El Panama. Those desiring
to attend are asked to telephone
Panama, 3-1913 or Panama 3-
on La Boca Road in Balboa. A
lunch will be served during the
affair.
0720.
Lerchens to
Entertain Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandon
of Lima, Peru, will arrive by
plane from the United States
tonight to be the house guests
until Friday of Mr. ?nd Mrs
Frank H. Lerchen of .'hlj
Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Leave After Visit Here
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Arnold
sailed yesterday aboard the 8.S.
Chlriqui for New Orleans, en
route to their home in San An-
tonio, Texas, after a visit of
two weeks with Mrs. Martin's
nephew and niece, the comman-
dant of the Fifteenth Naval Dls-
k.
their
children, arrived recently from
Washington. D. C, for a visit
with Mrs. Castro's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Santiago Barraza, of
La Cresta, and with his sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanton Brown, of Balboa.
Mrs. Cartotto Hostess
At Morning Coffee
Mrs. Gregory G. Cartotto
Ancon was hostess at a morn-
ing coffee given at her residence
this morning for a group of her
friends-.
William Allen
Arriving Monday
William Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Allen of Balboa, Is
arriving Monday for a vacation
with his parents.
He has Just graduated from
Kansas State Teachers College In
Plttsburg, Kansas. He received
the degree of Bachelor of Music
Education.
Miss Burns Visits
Mr. and Mrs. Hull
Miss Elizabeth Burns of Cara-
cas, Venezuela, who is visiting
friends on the Isthmus for sev-
eral weeks, spent the week-end
in the Interior as the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
F. H. Hulh f La Venta.
D. A. R. Flag Day
Luncheon June It
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American Re-
volution, will hold its annual
Flag Day luncheon on Satur-
day noon In the Fern Room of
the Hotel Tivoli. Anyone eligible
_ for membership in the Chapter
trict, Rear Admiral Albert M. I cordially Invited to attend the
luncheon. Those desiring to
make reservations are asked to
telephone Mrs. M. B. Huff, Bal-
boa 1231. .
Bledsoe and Mrs. Bledsoe.
Ceramics by R. K. Morris
Now on Exhibit at JWB
The JWB Service Center on
La Boca Doad in Balboa, in co-
operation with the Canal Zone
Art League, is currently present-
ing an exhibition of ceramics
by R. K. Morris and three guest
ceramists Margaret Flowers
jand Harding Black of San An-
tonio, Texas, and Jean Karch of
Balboa.
The show will be open daily
through June 24, and the pub-
lic is cordially invited to at-
tend.
Newland Brothers Sail
From New York Today
Guy Martin Newland and Wil-
liam Ross Newland, sons of Mr.
and Mrs. William Kenneth New-
land of Diablo Heights, sailed
from New York today aboard
the S.S. Panama.
Guy has just received his
bachelor's degree from Prince-
ton University, and Ross has
completed his Junior year at the
University of Idaho. The broth-
ers will be ushers at the wed-
ding of their sister, Mary* Mar-
tin Newland, on June 20 at St.
Luke's Cathedral.
Professor St. Malo Leaves,
For Texas Concert Series
Professor Alfredo de St. Malo,
director of the National Conser-
vatory of Music in Panama, left
by plane Sunday for Texas. He
has been invited by the Univer-
sity of Texas to take part in a
series of Latin American con-
certs which will be presented
soon.
Rotary Banquet Scheduled
For Saturday Evening
The Panama Rotary Club will
hold a formal banquet at the
Hotel Tl Panama on Saturday
evening at 8 p.m. The new board
of directors of the organization
will be installed during the eve-
ning.
Daytime Spanish
Class Starts
Tomorrow At *Y'
The new daytime Spanish Class
for beginners at the Balboa Arm-
ed Services Y.M.C.A.. will hold its
first session tomorrow. This va-
cation time class is scheduled to
accommodate housewives and
others who cannot attend the
regular evening classes.
The teacher of this class is Bra.
Maria del Pilar Vega, who also
conducts evening classes for in-
termediate and advanced stu-
dents at the Balboa "Y." Addi-
tional registrants will be accepted
at the first session of the morn-
ing class at 10 tomorrow which is
open to men and women, both
military and civilians.
For further information tele-
phone Mrs. Areco at the Y.M.C.A.
business office. Balboa 2759 or
2839.
College Women Now Eligible
For Commissions As WACS
Eligible women college grad-1 ministration, advertising or oth-
uates now may apply for active
duty commissions up to and In-
cluding the grade of captain to
the Women's Army Corps Section
of the Volmteer Reserve, accord-
ing to a Department of Army an-
nouncement
Successful applicants under
this program will be ordered im-
mediately to active duty and as-
signed within the WAC branch of
the Army, after a short period of
training at the WAC Training
Center, Fort Lee, Virginia. The
number to be selected will be
limited by the number of Job va-
cancies within the WAC for which
qualified officers of the Active or
Inactive Reserve are not avail-
able.
Applicants must have a bacca-
laureate degree from an ac .,:>-
ucd college or unlvr-"
oe citizens of the United States,
have no dependents u.-u.
years of age and be able to pass
the Army physical examination.
Selection Is made after appear-
ance before a board of officers.
Area commanders may grant
waivers of college degree for
those women who are credited
with satisfactory completion of
at least 120 semester hours of at-
tendance at an accredited col-
lege or university.
Age and experience criteria
are as follows: Second Lieuten-
ant, 21-27 years, with 4 years
qualification; First Lieutenant,
28-33 years, with 7 years qualifi-
cation; Captain, 33-30 years,
with 11 years qualification.
Experience credit is given for a
background in teaching, busi-
ness, recreation, personnel ad-
Leajrue of Lutheran Women
To Hold Rummage Sale
The League of Lutheran Wo-
men of Redeemer Lutheran
Church will hold a rummage
sale tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the
Salvation Army Hall in La Boca
Mrs. K. E. Dornstreich and
Mary Elizabeth Hack
Celebrates Birthday
On the occasion of her fifth
birthday yesterday, Mary Eliza-
beth Hack, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer J. Hack, entertained
a dozen little guests during the
afternoon at her home In An-
eon. In attendance were Kath-
leen Gray, Florence Allen, Su-
san, Joan, and Mary Barrett,
Rachel Egudln, paula Badonsky,
YVonne and Terry Moore, Mary
Turner, Mary Lerchen, and
Honey Bailey.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
MAXWELL, Mr. and Mrs. J. of
Silver City, a daughter, June 10
at Colon Hospital.
BEST. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin J.
of Silver City, a son, June 10 at
Colon Hospital.
- VALDE8, Mr. and Mrs. Santia-
go of Panama, a son, June 11 at
Gorgas Hospital.
Clams Last 58 Years
WEST HANOVER. Mass. (UP)
In 1895, a few weeks after Mrs.
E. Burt Phillips was married, her
husband brought home a can of
olams for breakfast Mrs. Phillips
kept the unopened can as a sou-
venir. She returned it 58 years
later to the Boston firm that had
canned the clams. Laboratory
tests proved that thev were still
edible.
er fields requiring leadership and
supervision of personnel.
Application forms may be ob-
tained by writing to the com-
manding generals of the army
areas of residence.
Cristobal Chapter
Blows Hot, Cold
On In-Grade Raises
Approximately 800 persons at-
tended the Cristobal Chapter
meeting of Local 900. CIO, at the
Club Tropical, Colon, last night
to hear and discuss the Gover-
nor's reply to a portion of the
union's proposals which were
ubmltted In conference on May
7.
Acting President of Local, Jos-
lyn C. Byrnes and Ed K. Welsh.
CIO Representative, reported on
the governor's reply.
Membership disousslon of the
reply Indicated satisfaction over
the Governor's approval of auto-
matic pay raises and the addition
of one within grade step to all
grades In the present schedule.
Sharp disappointment was re-
gistered on the rejection of an
additional across-the-board ln-
creaes, the annual basis on which
automatic promotions will be
granted, Instead of semi-annual
and the cancellation of semi-an-
nual merit increases for those
who would normally have receiv-
er! them July 1,1951.
The unanimous feeling among
those present was that the adop-
tion of the system of automatic
lngrade Increases should not re-
dound to the loss of those who
would have been eligible to re-
ceive merit Increases in July.
There was widespread express-
Ion by the members requesting
Immediate action by the local to
bring these matters to the atten-
tion of the administration.
Vigorous protest was also made
against the continued rise In
commissary prices.
Mr. and Mrs. Downs Mark
Fifteenth Wedding Anniversary
REGISTRATIONS STILL
OPEN FOR SUMMER CLASSES
with
DOROTHY CHASE
Excellent opportunity for Betlnners and Little Tots.
TAP BALLET TOE
Applications also taken for a 8peclal Boys Class
which will start in July.
For all Information and Interviews eall z-1751.
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Marriage Licenses
BUDREAU. Robert Edmond. 22,
of Pedro Miguel to BOUCHE.
Marguerite Yvonne, 18. of Pedro
Miguel, June 8.
HANSEN, Hans Edwin. Jr. 31,
of Gamboa, formerly of Houston,
Texas, to McCAULIFF, Ellen Lou-
ise, 27, of Gamboa, formerly of
Fltchburg, Mass., June 8.
SMITH. Elbert Vanee. Jr. 22. of
Panama, formerly of Dallas. Tex-
as to MEJIA. Bertilda Angela, 28
of Panama, June 8.
GERI. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo, a
son, June 12, at Gorgas Hospital.
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NEWZCALAWPROPUCT
GoV>**
Zonians Hay Shoot
'Crackers. Bombs
On July 4 Only
Firecrackers, torpedoes, bombs
and other fireworks may be fired
In the Canal Zone only on July 4.
In a move toward a safer and
saner Fourth of July and the
weeks preceding Governor F.
K. .Newcomer Wednesday signed
a general circular limiting the
use of fireworks to Independence
Day Itself, restricting their use to
areas other than within or under
living quarters or other buildings
and announcing that Canal Zone
police officers have been instruct-
ed to stop any unsafe practices
in connection with the use of
fireworks.
The cooperation of parents of
Canal Zone children in enforcing
the restrictions was requested by
the Governor.
Permits will not be issued for
the sale of fireworks In the Canal
Zone.
On July S and 4 last year
eight persons In the Canal
Zone, ranging In age from 7 to
48 years, were treated at Canal
Zone Hospitals or district Me-
dical Clinics for fireworks In-
juries. A number of others were
known to have been treated at
home.
The Governor's circular on the
use of fireworks said In part:
"The celebration of Indepen-
dence Day last year was unfor-
tunately marred by an unusually
large number of Injuries to Canal
Zone youngsters, caused by ex-
ploding firecrackers or other
fireworks. In many cases chil-
dren apparently do not realize
that playing with fireworks can
result in serious and often per-
manent injury. I urge parents to
emphasize the dangers Involved
and to discourage indiscriminate
and unsupervlsed firing of ex-
plosive fireworks."
NO AMBITION
BOSTON (UP)Told by a di-
vorce petitioner her husband was
Jobless and had refused to apply
for unemployment compensation,
Judge Robert Gardiner Wilson,
Jr. commented: "You really have
to lose ambition not to get a free
ride on the unemployment Insur-
ance wagon."
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For informalion
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PLAYTEX SUPERFOAM PILLOWS
New "DUNHILL" PIPES (large bowls)
"PARKER FLAMINAIRE" LIGHTERS
(6 months of lights before re-loading)
PAJAMAS LOUNGING ROBES
"RENTS* PURE BRISTLE BRUSHES
"SHICR SPECIAL" ELECTRIC RAZORS
"BUXTON" WALLETS and REYTAINERS
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Fine LINEN HANDRERCHIEFS
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Tel. 2-S2M
Store Hours: 8:31) a.m. 10 12 JO p.m.
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, IS
378
1,.AW. C. ELECTS BOARD
* The Inter-American Woman's Club held their last meet-
Inn for the year Monday at the Club Building with the pre-
*|Went, Mrs. Gunther Hirschfeld presiding.
The working committees for the past year gave their re-
ports. Mrs. Hiplito Fernandez reported for the building
committee, in the absence of the chairman, Mrs. Humberto
Lrtgnadier. Special mention was made of the work of Mrs.
ipan A. Nunez, for her efforts In securing donations, from
-lends and members, for the building fund.
The report* of the Decorating
Committee were given In English
by Mrs. Frederick Haseloff and in
3p4*Jish by Mrs. Sidney Passal-
ligtre. Mrs. Rafael deBoyrle and
Mrs Carlos Qulroz reported for
the Social Welfare Committee.
MCi Albert Motta. Hospitality
Chairman, gave her report and
tbarflced the chairmen of the
monthly teas for their assistance
3id cooperation. Mrs. Mrs. Da-
o Gonzalez, Cultural Chairman,
thanked all who participated on
the programs during the past
year. Mrs. Robert S. Fahle.
chairman of the carnival dance
committee, made her report and
mentioned, the co-chairmen who
made the affair so successful:
Publicity, Mrs. Albert Motta and
Mrs. L. L. Koepke. Tickets, Mrs.
Samuel Puller; Decoration. Mrs.
J. W. Pumpelly.
The officers for next year were
elected. The members of the no-
minating committee were: Mrs.
Stanley Jamilton, Mrs. Ivo Forg-
nOni, Mrs. Sidney Ferro and Mrs.
Eustace Lee.
The new officers are: Mrs. L.
L". Koepke, president: vice-pres-
ident, Mrs. Samuel Puller; 2nd
vice-president, Mrs. Raquel Cas-
tillo; Corresponding Secretary.
Mrs. V. L. Morris
Mrs. Darlo Gonzalez, Spanish;
Recording Secretary, Mrs. 0. E.
Jorstad. English and Miss Car-
men Grimaldo, Spanish; Treas-
urer. Mrs. Henry Bllgray. assist-
ed by Mrs. Percival Alberga.
Board members: Mrs. Sidney
Passailague. Mra. Lina Santellp-
pe. Mrs. Julio Nino. Mrs. Henry
Townshend. Mrs. Emilia Emilia -
nl. Mrs. Gunther Hirschfeld,
Mrs. Frederick Haseloff, Mrs.
Enrico Cerventl. Mrs. Charles H.
Whitaker and Mrs. Stanley Ha-
milton. Representatives from the
Army and Navy will be appoint-
ed. Alternates: Mrs. Fabian Pin-
to,-Mrs. Agustlne Cedeo. Mrs.
Herbert Toledano, Mr. Eustace
Le and Miss Thelma Godwin.
Mr. Hirschfeld expressed her
deep.appreciatlon for the coop-
eration of her officers and the
members during her year as pres-
ident. The incoming president,
Mrs*: Koepke. made a few re-
nja/Ks in English and Spanish,
Wall,Mrs. Fred Wroble,Mrs. Ma-
rion Zamora and Mrs. Maria
Carlson.
Geddes-Flores Announcement
The wedding of Miss Patricia
Geddes and Mr. George Flores
will take place at the Church of
the Holy Family at 7:00 p.m. Fri-
day, June 22.
No Invitations have been Issued
to the church service and all
friends are Invited to attend. A
private reception for relatives
and members of the wedding
party will be held at the home of
the bride's parents following the
service.
New Cristobal, entertained with
a party for their five-year-old
son, Richard. A cowboy theme
was used and carried out in the
colored table cloth and appoint-
ments.
Favors of balloons and funny
books were given the young
guests. Games were played and
prizes given the winning contes-
tants.
The young guests were: Allen
and Mary Parks, Cindy and Ricky
Taht, Billy, Bobby and Tommy
Knox, Sandy Geddes, Earl Tur-
ner, Peggy and Linda Lou Cassl-
bry, Eric Robinson. Ellen Zltz-
man, Bobby Morrissy, Jackie and
Bobbie Alrlch. Randy and Karen
IN HOLLYWOOD
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Recent Arrivals
Miss Paula Dovel. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Dovel. re-
turned Monday after completing
her freshman year at Longwood
College In Farmvllle, Va.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-
wood'a hay-burning western mo-
vies are hot stuff with a Paris
ballerina who's just been dished
up as the technicolor French pas-
try of the year In "Tales of Hoff-
mann."
Andsteady yourselfBuurt-
teuh Lannecastelre (Burt Lan-
caster) Is her Idea of Hollywood's
greatest screen lover"II a l'air
d'un homme." He has the air of
aman.
Ludmllla Tcherlna, who has the
boys drooling over her role of
Glulietta. the courtesan with rare
( power over men, cooed her views
Coate and Johnny Baker Berna- of H"ywood, men and sex appeal
dette Lees and Barbara Rice, as-
sisted the hostess.
After the children's party the
adults wye served. These includ-
ed: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Zltz-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lees,
Mr. and Mrs. William Knox, Mr.
and Mrs. Coate, Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
bert Fisher, Mrs. Earl Turner,
Mrs. S. Geddes, Mrs. Lester
Forsstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Alrich, Mr. and Mrs. Frances
Farence.
Miss Joan Dumbauld. who has
been attending school in New
English andi York, arrived for the summer.
She Is the daughter of Captain
and Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld of the
Coco Solo Naval Hospital.
Mr. James Gilder, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Wayne Gilder of Colon
Beach, returned to spend the
summer vacation with his par-
ents. He Is a student at the Uni-
versity of Alabama.
Mrs. W. H. Casswell. of Marga-
rita, returned from a vacation
spent in New York and New Jer-
sey.
expressing h.er cognizance of the
hon'f that had been extended
hir by belnt; elected president,
assuring trie members that the
Ideals and purposes of the club
wo^ld be upheld during her year
aa president.
TTh.e crystal was raffled and
Mss,.,..Enrique Cervantl was an-
nounced the winner of the fifty
dollar prize.
Visitors In Pedro Miguel
Monday evening Fern leaf
Chapter. No. 4, Order of the East-
ern Star, had the officers and
members of Royal Palm Chapter
No. 2 of Cristobal as their guests.
Those who attended from Roy-
al Palm Chapter were: Mr. and
Mrs. Victor H. May, Jr.. Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Starke. Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Forrest. Mrs. William
A. Hadarlts. Mrs. Frank H.
Wolfe. Mrs. Harold Chambers.
Miss Grace Williams. Mrs. Mary
Engelke. Mr. John L. Williams,
Mrs. William B. Wray. Mrs. D
H. Rudge, Mrs. Robert F. Wlrta.
Mrs. Richard F. Conley, Mrs.
Robert ,J. Neely. Mrs. Harry Wes-
tervelt. Mr. and Mrs. James
Demon.
Also crossing the Isthmus for
the dinner meeting were: Mrs
John. Fahnestock and Mr. Will-
iam Hughes of Coral Chapter
No. 3 of Gatun.
Glowing Ham Gives
Family Light Meal
8PRINGFELD, Mass.. June IS
(UP)A chunk of boiled ham
that glows mysteriously In the
dark underwent laboratory tests
today at Westileld state hospital.
Dr. L. Jackson Smith, city
health commissioner, said the
half-pound piece of meat might
be radioactive. However, the
state hospital does not have a
gelger counter to test for radio-
activity.
The meat was turned over to
the city health department yes-
terday by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Gurka who said they became ill
after eating a few slices.
Dr. Jackson said the meat
emitted a mysterious flourescent
glow in the darkness. He said
there was a type of bacteria
that emits such a glow but that
this bacteria never before had
been found In meat.
over the telephone from Paris.
She speaks no English so her an-
swers to my questions were trans-
lated by 9. French actor and writ-
er In Hollywood, Henri Letondal
"Alio, Parts? Alio, Paris?"
"Oui."
Mademoiselle Tcherlna was on
the line. Her voice was soft and
silky and I silently cursed the
lack of a TV cable between Holly-
wood and Paris while popping the
questions on try old trans-Atlan-
tic cable that never dies but al-
ways fades.
Quick-like I asked her defini-
tion of sex appeal. A FrtJtoch doll
should know.
"It is the intelligence," she gig-
gled.
Johnson: "You mean sex ap~
peal is In the Intelligence..."
She Interrupted: "Mais oui, the
way of talking, the intelligence,
the speech." >
Frenchman Letondal tried to
explain. The mind is what Im-
presses the personality of one
person to another. Sex appeal is
what the mind telegraphs to the
other person no matter what the
lips say.
..n0t ,KVV a Frenchman, I'm
still a little contused.
What does a French glamor
power house think about when
she's kissing her leading men in
front of the camera?
Tcherlna was right there with-
"I think of mv husband "
"Really?" *
. lM.Ym',1 tnink of my niwband so
I kiss with pleasure.
I asked, "Do y
wood movie plot;
"Thank you for the compli-
ment," Tcherlna said. "You see, I
started dancing at the age of 8.
Most dancers in the ballet start
to work on dance at the age of 4
so they develop too much mus-
cles and it deforms the muscles
and makes the legs heavy."
Tcherlna had never heard of
Jane Russell"Elle n'as pas passe
a Paris" (she hasn't shown on
the screen In Paris or at least
Tcherlna had never seen one of
her films).
I asked: "Do you diet or do you
love good things to eat?"
^ love to eat well, good food,
cheese dishes especially."
"No diet?" .
"Once a week I eat nothing. All
day I eat nothing. For the rest of
the, week I need no cllet."
We sighed off with Tcherlna
expressing the hope that she'll
come to Hollywood some day.
Nations Top Administrators
Stand Firm On Beef Rol I baa
By ROBERT F. LOFTUS
,n'ASHI,iGT?N,J ,une 133 (VTlPr,ce Stabiliser Michael V.
DISalle said yesterday some slaughterers are paying above cell-
ing prices for cattle and warned they "may be heading" for
prosecution and cutbacks m future slaughtering quotas.
F mf. U./#iW "IS.* .Sh.rtli. a.iter Defen*e Mobiliser Charles
ft.nri h. i, a tha5 the """y-eontested beef rollback will
hh -Hle-'UV,?ne.d prd"cer* lh*t withholding their cattle for
higher prices will plunge the nation Into a "terrible mess."
The State Department will dis-
tribute free, throughout Europe,
the documentary film, "With
These Hands." The picture chro-
nicles the entire history of the
r"&ted States from the early
1900 s.. Shooting starts July 1 at
Fox on "Old Soldiers Never Die."
The picture, however, will not
deal with the career of General
MacArthur. The plot revolves
around a phase of the Korean

It's Tony Tartar's favorite John
Barry more yarn:
The Great Profile was return-
ing to shore from a yacht cruise
when an excited shipboard ac-
quaintance rushed up to him and
said:
"Isn't It wonderful? We're com-
ing into port."
areat," commented Barry-
. lifting an eyebrow. "I was
Just running out of my supply of
the stuff."
Gatun Civic Council Meeting
The Oatun Civic Council will
The installation luncheon will meet this evening at 7 30 In the
x?Idu,SaLU.rdiy' June 23 at the community room of the Gatun
1 Washington. Reservations!Clubhouse Plans will be made
cowboy films. They are so excit-
ing. It's the real kind of pictures
you like to see to relax."
Does she have fltsof tempera-
ment and throw things like bal-
lerinas do in all the mivles?"
Her answer was "No."
I pressed the question.
"You mean you don't have fits
crise des nerfs?"
. "oh. ye8," Tcherlna corrected
herself. "I have fits. But I don't
throw things. They are too ex-
pensive. I have beautiful things
Hotel
eft, be made with Miss Thelma
Oodwin or Mrs. Julio Nino.
'Tea was served by Mrs. Tho
masW. Greenwood. Jr.. and her
committee. Mrs. Albert Motta
presided at the tea service and
Mrs., James Pumpelly served
pfinch. The commitiee members
wWP; Mrs. Frank Flynn, Mrs.
Hallan W. Hankel, Mrs. Neville
Harte, Mrs. Ray Hayden. Mrs.
Derek Langman, Mrs. .Clayton
Moore. Mrs. Samuel D. Puller,
for the 4th of July picnic.
Birth Announcement
Corporal and Mrs. Bart T. Mit-
chel are receiving congratulations
on the birth of their second
daughter. Coral Ann. at the Coco
Solo Naval Hospital on June 2.
Corporal and Mrs. Mltchel re-
side at Fort Kobbe. She Is the
former Miss Ligia de la Estrella of
Cristobal.
Congressmen Study
British Rearmament
LONDON. June 13 (LPS>
Sixteen U. 8. congressmen have
arrived In London to study the
progress of British rearmament.
They travelled from Paris where
they conferred with General
Eisenhower on Western defense
plans.
The U. 8. State Department
suggested that the delegates pay
this visit to Europe.
Chairman of the House of Re-
presentatives Foreign Affairs
Committee James Richards said
that their object is to study the
progress made in Europe to-' 'napely for a dancer,
wards the setting upof a mutual
defensa organization.
"We hope that the informa-
tion obtained during this visit
will help enlighten Congress on
the eve of the debates to take
place on the new appropriation
requested by President Tru-
man."
The needs of Atlantic Treaty
nations are also being examin-
ed. Talks are being held to re-
view ways In which the military ,
and economic requirements can I DIABLO HTS.
be harmonized. sus cm
Barter Theater Town
Thrives on Liquor
ABINGDON, Va. June 16 (UP)
you' thinkHollv- .Ie town- fanious for the
ts are too Juven B".rter Thealer- must also attrl-
are wo juven. bute some of || fame ^ ^ ^^
.."I love Hollywood pictures,"' .T1" S^re-tJWob- regularly
Tcherlna bubbled. "I Jove the, iPS a" otners *n Virglnli
sales.
out-
Virginia In
If the store were patronized
only by the town's 4,700 residents
each one would have bought
$426 worth of liquor to account
for the store's sales totaling $1,-
995.182 In the last fiscal year
However, the store attracts cus-
tomers from dry counties m
seuthwest Virginia and four
nearby states.
Until recently the store here
was the only state liquor store in
southwest Virginia. Gate City
ll y,lpatmenA.andLwbu.Ic!iel 'v*- alaone"r *neTennessee bor-
der now has voted to have a state
.whisky store established there
ftA-iSfe*"* TerylarAPpn.e.ahc1?irv0abeen 8PPr0Ved
End of Trail Comes
Mrs. Howard Henning. Mrs. Da- Richard Smith
vid "Kaplan. Mrs. Byron K. King, I Celebrate, Birthday Anniversary For Cabin DwplUr
Mrs. L. L. Koepke,Mrs. William1 Mr. and Mrs. J C Smith of VUID UWtUtT
Panama Gana/ Gtukouses___
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ROANOKE. Va. June 13 (UP)
Nine years ago a fire that de-
stroyed a small cabin almost
meant the end of everything for
j 81-year-old L. F. Smk.
His 90-year-old wife died In
' the fire and Sink lost all he
owned.
A newspaper photographer took
a picture of the bereaved old man
as he sat on a log looking at the
ashes. The picture was published
In a national magazine and it
aroused the sympathies of the
nation.
Through spontaneous dona-
atlons, enough money was pro-
vided to rebuild the home, stock
It with food, furniture and cloth-
ing and start a bank account.
The generosity of the nation
kept Sink alive for nine years.
Smk was found dead in his
home recently. The death merit-
ed only a paragraph in the pa-
pers.
COCOLI
:1I S:l
.,_CUl JOHNSON Noel COWARD
"THE ASTIONISHED HEART
ThiUKUy "NAUGHTY MARIETTA;
6 AM BOA
T:M p.m.
MARGARITA
S:l SMS
*
CRISTOBAL
4lr-Cnnillt>.in*S
:U S:M
Jftntttt MacDONALO Nrlson EDDY
"NAUGHTY MARIETTA"
ThureSay / DEfQKTED"
Harold LLOYD Jimmy
irold LLOYD Jimmy CONLIN
MAD WEDNESDAY" .
Thuradai "HARVEY"
._. John'MILES Patricia WHITE
"THE TATTOOED STRANGER
Thursday "DESTINATION MURDER"
Jun HAVER. Gordon MacRAE
Daughter pf Rosie O'Grody
Alao Showing Thursday I
Wilson said he doesn't "feel
good" about the reduced number
qf cattle being sent to market
but that he Is firmly behind Dl-
Salle's order for two more 4-J
per cent rollbacks in live cattle
prices on Aug. 1 and Oct. 1 re-
spectively.
He also told a news conference
that meat rationing "should not
be necessary'.' even if beef sup-
plies continue to dwindle. The
rollback la aimed at reducing re-
tail beef prices 8 to 10 cents a
pound by Oct. 1. The industry
says it will lead to rationing and
black markets.
DISalle said in a statement that
enforcement agents checking the
nation's stockyards are reporting
names of all cattle purchasers,
what they are paying and what
they are doing with the cattle.
He said some slaughterers ap-
pear to be paying $1 to $1.50 a
pound over ceilings. These
slaughterers, he said, will have
"rough going" later In the month
when they are forced to bid less
than ceiling In an effort to aver-
age out their prices for the
month.
"Unless these slaughterers stop
overbidding," he said, "they may
find themselves out of compli-
ance with the regulation and
subject to its penalty provisions,
including civil and criminal ac-
tions as well as reductions in
their July slaughter quotas."
"I-Watnt to caution them now
to get back in line and to coop-
erate m this program."
The Defense Production Act
provides for a maximum penalty
of one year in Jail, a $10,000 fine
and treble damages for violating
the act.
DISalle said he was "happy"
over the Increased cattle market-
ings reported yesterday but re-
fused to speculate whether it
might mean a "break" in the
"beef strike."
OPS said its reports indicated
marketings at the 12 major stock i
yards yesterday totaled 36,800
head of cattle compared with
37.500 a year ago and 27,000 last
Tuesday.
An Agriculture Department
spokesman said the increase may
mean farmers and cattle feeders
are resigned to the price rollback
Wilson was emphatic in as-
serting he sees no need for ra-
tioning.
"We have a tremendous cattle
population and prices are good "
he said. 'We ought to be able to
keep 150('JO,000 Americans sup-
plied with meat without ration-
ing.
Over the nation housewives
substituted chicken for beef on
their family menus where desired
beef cuts could not be found.
Butchers also reported custom-
ers showed no inclination to
stock up on beef cuts.
Rep. Emanuel Celler, D., N.Y.,
advised consumers to go on a na-
tionwide "meat strike," unless
cattlemen "stop.their pressure
threats" aimed at killing the
Government's beef rollback order.
"If the cattlemen can strike, so
can the consumer," he said.
Wilson refused to discuss the
possibility the government may
buy large quantities of Argentine
beef for overseas forces.
Satisfied Customer
Busts Moonshiner
RICHMOND, Va. June 13 (I
A satisfied customer In
Jersey put a Virginia buslnJ
man out of business.
The New Jersey man was o
hunting trip in the Vlrgii
mountains and negotiated to 1
some apple brandy from a lo
mountaineer. The mounts
delivered the brandy and c
ed his money.
On returning home, the nJ
Jersey man wrote to Qov Jol
S. Battle asking him for
name of the mountaineer wl
sold the "marvelous concoction
He supplied the governor with
location of the hunting lod,
which Battle turned over to stl
alcoholic beverage control
forcement agents.
Tomorrow
Thursday!
WAWNEW BWOS. PWEWTNT ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S TORY,
Owl m M wrmTurtTi
. Wt| ImmlW
~.~~i~W J^AD_MrCfim
The Ad On Page 5 Today In The Star & Herald
Should Be "BREAKING POINT"
6 Civilian Jobs
Open at Albrook
Six civilian employment oppor-
tunities are now at Albrook Air
Force Base, it was announced re-
cently. The position vacancies In-
cludes: Civil Engineer, OS-11;
Budget Officer. OS-10; Clerk
Steno, OS-4; Oral Hygenlst, 08-
4; Radio & Electrical Repairer &
Installer. WB-17; and Patrolman
(Atlantic 8ide), CPC-4.
Applicants are requested to
apply for the above positions on
Btandard Form 54. Further In-
formation may be obtained by
contacting the Civilian Personnel
Office at Albrook Air Force Base.
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PLOW MAKES AMENDS
ABBOTSFORD. B. C. (UP)
Rancher H. S. Munro turned up a I'
gold watch while plowing in an I
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28 years ago while plowing the
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Housing In The Canal Zone
NOTE: The Appropriation* Committee of thi Home
of Representatives, Washing-ton, D. ('., has directed Army
Secretary Frank Fact to take lmmadlata stops to lncreaar
rental on Government housing: for Panam* Canal and Pa
Ama Railroad employe In the Canal Zone.
The Committee Aid it understood that "in timas past,"
It waa necoaoary to charge low rental ratas a* an Induce-
ment for skilled workers to Uto in the Canal Zone, and
added that the need for such inducement no longer
exists.
The Secretary of the Army will not paaa en the Com-
mittee recommendation. Not directly, as least. Instead,
the question will he decided at the next meeting of the
Board of Directora of the Panama Railroad an June II
next
Hence this open letter to them.
Dear Director:
If by some miracle, or mischance, one of you should be
catapulted out of your desk chair and sent to the Canal Zone as
A new employe, you would arrange with the Housing Office here
for a place to live.
As a newcomer (-with a small "n", please) you would be as-
slgned, the least desirable of quarters for the very sound reason
that employes who have been here longer than you have the
better ones.
If a bachelor, you might wind up in a room In Termite Ter-
race, an oversize and ancient onion crate In Ancon. Or you
might be assigned to a small apartment, one of twelve, In a wood
house In Diablo Heights. In either place, you would find the
rental charges moderate, even cheap, by 1951 standards. But
you-get-what-you-pay-for Is a well established economic prin-
ciple that applies here as elsewhere, as I shall endeavor to prove.
In Termite Terrace, or Its equivalent, you would have a beau-
tiful, dangling electric light bulb in the center of your room for
illumination. Your furniture would consist of two chairs, in-
cluding a back-breaking rocker, out of Sears-Roebuck, by Grand
Rapids. You would be further surrounded, after 8:30 p. m by
the lovely tropic night and room-mates who gargle in 2/4 time
and snore in. eight octaves.
In Diablo Heights, or its apartment equivalent in some other
Zone town, you would be much more comfortable. Your esthetic
eAe would thrill to the joist-studded walls and the exposed
I.oui Quatorze conduits. I think the wood floors would please
you. They squeak, groan, grunt and even sing, especially at night.
In my own swanky apartment, the floors are so delicately at-
tuned that In walking from one room to another I can play either
Asleep In the Deep or Oh, What a Pal Was Mary bv the mere
pressure of my feel. Naturally, this takes some practice.
After yof_ had' been here a week or two, Mr. Director, you
might ''discover" the concrete apartments for bachelors in the
various towns, and say, "This is for me" And next day you
might goto the Housing Office and apply for one of these desir-
able units. They would take yourv application and tell you to
come' back in fifteen years or so.
So much for the bachelor quarters you might rate If you came
here as an ordinary employe. If you were a married man, you
would fare better.
If you were assigned to the Pacific side, you would be given
your choice, perhaps, of an apartment in a 12-famlly building or
a "suite" in an old frame structure, In Balboa. Flats with three
other families. In either case (and I don't mean "packing." or
do I?) you would notice the complete lack of privacy. These
houses are built for the tropics, with screens instead of windows
for better ventilation, and you can hear the family next door
as well as they can hear you. Which is plenty. A feature of the
12-famlly dwellings are toilets so powerful when flushed that they
caused two false air raid alarms during the last war.
As a new employe. Mr. Director, you might shudder at living
with your wife and children in such an environment. You might
file an application for something better.
But it is not, you see, a mere question of rent: it's a question
of seniority of service. You cant rent what you want; and you
can't buy it. It is all very well for the Appropriations Committee,
in Washington, to pause long enough between new handouts for
Europe to decree that Zone residents should pay more rent.
What the committee doesn't know is that many of them would
willingly pay morefor better quarters. But It seems absurd to
many of them to ask more money now for quarters which were
never classified better than emergency housing.
Some of the older, frame houses were rent free in construc-
tion days. The early arrivals thus got something for nothing,
and what they got was what people usually get for nothingto
wit, nothing. The construction cost of these ant-rldden antiques,
on which rent has been collected for over thirty years, has long
since been liquidated, even by Government bookkeeping. By or-
dinary business standardsto leave out the sense of decency
they should have been razed years ago.
But to get back to you. Mr. Director. If you should stay here,
despite your dislike of your iw: ig quarters, vour loyalty would be
one day rewarded. As your service lengthened, so would the of-
fers of better housing multiply Finally you would get the cot-
tage you had always wanted and would settle down like the peo-
ple In the story books. And in no time at all. you would be up
for retirement and told you must give up your house and get out
of the Canal Zone. __
So what would you do then? What could *you do? You
would simply go over to the bank and draw out the million dollars
that every Zonlan saves because of the cheap rent and the low
prices in the Commissary, and go back home.
Peter Henry B.
Sen. Russell
May Hit Top
Political Spot
1Y PETKR SDS01
\
There was a young fellow named Boris
Who tried to buy floor* from s Florist
His wife Colons got wise
(Read Panam American Classified
And now Boris sends rose to Chiorisl
WASHOJOTON (N E A) -
When Ben. Richard Brevard
Russell of Georgia was first
elected to the U. % Senate in
November, 1912, before he even
came to Washington to* take his
seat the following January he
memorised the Senate's long
and Intricate book of rules.
That prodigious feat has serv-
ed him In good stead during the
18 Intervening years that he has
served continuously as Georgia's
Junior senator. It has made him
one of the best parliamentar-
ians on the floor. The only two
times that Vice President Alben
Barkley has been overruled
while presiding over the Senate
have been on appeals and mo-
tions by Sen. Dick Russell. He
knows the rules better than any
of them.
This has also served him In
good stead as chairman of the
Senate's Joint Armed Services-
Foreign Relations Committee in-
vestigations into the firing of
Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Sen-
ator Russell didn't want this
Job. He knew what had hap-
pened to Maryland's Sen. Mll-
lard Tydlngs for his chairman-
ship of the investigation into
Sen. Joe McCarthy's charges
against the Truman administra-
tion.
So far, nothing like that
hai happened to Senator
Russell. On the contrary, he
has gained stature. His rul-
ings have been supported by
a majority of the committee.
This in spite of Republican
Senator Knowland's charge
that an "iron curtain" had
been lowered over the testi-
mony, and Senator Wiley's
charge that the investigation
was a whitewash.
Up to the testimony of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, a good
case has been spread on the re-
cord In support of the Truman
administration's handling of the
Korean war. if the hearing can
be completed on that note, the
Democratic Party will owe a
great debt to the chairman. Sen.
Richard Russell of Georgia.
That will make him even more
of a person to be reckoned with.
Most people have probably for-
gotten It, but Senator Russell
was nominated for the presi-
dential candidacy at the 1848
Democratic National convention
in Philadelphia. Senator Russell
didn't seek the nomination. He
wasn't even at Philadelphia.
He was nominated by the re-
volting southern state delegates
who were protesting against the
civil lights planks put into the
platform after a tough fight by
the liberal wing of the party.
In the final count, Truman got
947'-2 votes to Senator Russell's
23. Paul V. McNutt of Indiana
got the other half vote.
After the convention was
over, however, Russell did
not join the Dixiecrats. He
was a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the Senate himself.
He stayed regular. And he
helped carry Georgia for
Truman in the November
election.
It was the next year that Sen-
ator Russell gave the liberal
Democrats their greatest pain in
the neck. President Truman's
civil rights proposals, carrying
out the platiorm, were present-
ed to Congress Senator Russell
became leader of the southern
bloc, in opposition to the admi-
nistration, and he licked 'em in
a 17-day filibuster.
On the civil rights Issue It-
self, Senator Russell Is portray-
ed by his supporters as not be-
ing a race baiter. His record as
governor of Georgia, in grant-
ing pardons to Negroes, is cited
as one evidence of this. He be-
lieves that the reforms sought
by the Truman administration
will be accomplished in time,
without forced legislation. And
on that platform he stands.
Senator Russell could have
been elected majority foor lead-
er of the 2nd Congress, but he
ducked that honor. He did not
think a southerner could unite
the liberal and conservative De-
mocratic wings for effective ad-
ministration control of the slim
majority his party held In the
Senate.
There is no question today,
however, about Senator Rus-
sell's leadership of the south-
ern bloc in the Senate. What
is generally overlooked is
that he is now fifth ranking
senator in point of service.
His only seniors are McKellar
of Tennessee, George of Geor-
gia. Hayden of Arizona and Con-
nelly of Texas. They are all
older men. -Senator Russell Is
still only 53. He still has a fu-
ture, worth watching.
Like Father, Like Son

Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
THE ANGLO-AMERICAN MESS
LONDON.The Far East Is not the only area
where Anglo-American relations are in a mess.
The trouble is pretty bad everywhere, as. the
following peculiar facts amply suggest.
For some months, the British have been seek-
ing to organize a serious defense of the Middle
East. The Middle East commander, Gen. Sir
Brian Robertson, disposes of less than a division
and a half of British troops. None the less, the
Turks, who have more than twenty divisions,
were asked to place themselves under the Brit-
ish Middle East command. When they refused,
their action was blamed in London upon Ameri-
can Influence at Ankara. i
Again, the British and American governments
have formally agreed to sponsor the admission
of Greece and Turkey to the Atlantic pact. But
this agreement was made with some reluctance
In London, where it is feared that Moscow may
be "provoked" u* find an actual neighbor, Tur-
key, Jncluded In the Western security organiza-
tion.
The Anglo-American decision had hardly been
announced before all the British official argu-
ments against it appeared in "The Times" here.
Hence the task of persuading the Scandinavian
and other lesser powers who oppose admitting
Greece and Turkey to NATO, has been rendered
Immeasurably more difficult.
Finally, the whole world knows by now of the
mess involving the Mediterranean and Atlantic
commands. What Is not understood, however,
is that the British cheerfully approved the ap-
pointment of Adm. Fechteler as Atlantic com-
mander, in the expectation that they would thus
secure the Mediterranean command for a Brit-
ish officer. And now that the Mediterranean
powers are objecting to a British commander
there, and an American appointment is being
canvassed, the British have begun to oppose a
unified command in the Mediterranean.
On the surface, this sort of behavior looks al-
most neurotic. Undoubtedly it has some neuro-
tic elements, such as the asumptlon Implied in
the whole Turkish episode, that nothing was
changed by Britain's transfer to America of
responsibility for Turkey, and that only Ameri-
can pressure could account for the Turkish re-
jection of Gen. Robertson's leadership.
But if the British sometimes seem a bit neu-
rotic. It must be remembered that they are
passing through a verv bad time. They had
hardly won their terrible battle to regain eco-
nomic viability, when they found their own
strategic position undermined by the Soviet ato-
mic bomb; their imperial position under attack
as In Iran, and their standard of life again
threatened by their defense program.
It may be silly for them to cherish the suspi-
cion that the all too blameless State Depart-
ment Is plotting to supplant British Influence
with American influence in the Middle East,
which Is the main source of all the command
trouble. It may be Illogical to worry about let-
ting Turkey into the Atlantic Pact. But this
sort of Instinctive reaction Is only natural, In a
nation in grave danger, suffering from weak
leadership and laboring under the heaviest
strain.
The question really Is. not why these Anglo-
American frictions afe occurring, but whether
they can be avoided. The answer is that they
can easily be avoided, with the right kind of
leadership in Washington. The British them-
selves sense the danger in the breakdown of
Anglo-American collaboration. They were strug-
gling to bring their Far Eastern policy mere in-
to Une with ours, when most of the ground
gained was lost by the statements of Dean Rusk
and Adm. Forrest Sherman. And although they
were greatly disturbed by both Rusk and Sher-
man, they will continue trying to accommodate
British and American views in the Far East.
What Is really needed, however, to restore the
former Anglo-American collaboration i a re-
newal of the old habit of complete frankness,
of full exchange of views, of constant, honest
discussion of all common problems, between the
two Countries. By renewing this habit, all fool-
ish suspicions can be dispelled, and any serious
conflicts of policy can be avoided. And In order
to renew, this habit, America, the more power-
ful partner, must take the Initiative.
If Britain and America can again achieve a
firm common front in this manner, it will be
easy to solve all the innumerable pending prob-
lems, such as German rearmament and the
final pattern of the NATO organization. The
future of the Western alliance directly depends
upon prompt, sensible solutions of all the un-
counted problems like these, which exist all
around the periphery of the 8oviet empire.
They will not be solved, and the Western al-
liance will die of Inanition, If Anglo-American
relations continue to develop on the present
Une.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Cut Probe
By Bruce Biossat
The Senate MacArthur hearings now are en-
tering their critical phase. The senators are on
test to demonstrate that they can confine their
Inquiry to the purposes for which it was under-
taken.
When the investigation began, it was dedi-
cated to exploring the circumstances surround-
ing the dismissal of General MacArthur, and
related military and foreign policy Issues.
Up to this point, the proceedings have gen-
erally adhered to this purpose, though far from
perfectly. Some senators have Insisted on dwell-
ing long on issues widely removed from the
main path. Some have belabored points that
already have been dealt with again and again.
But mostly the questloping has focussed on
the MacArthur case and its effects on wider
policy. In pursuit of its basic alms, the Sen-
ate Investigating group properly had to inter-
rogate MacArthur himself, the Joint Chiefs of
Staff. Secretary of Defense Marshall and Secre-
tary of State Acheson. Beyond these there may
be a handful of others who can contribute to
a responsible Inquiry.
Senator Russell of Georgia, chairman of the
group, has announced, however, that he has a
list of more than 100 prospective witnesses. It
is hard to imagine more than 10 per cent of
these with anything to sav about the MacArthur
affair that is based on first-hand knowledge.
This Investigation clearly was not Intended to
provide a general and continuing forum on
American foreign policy In all its aspects. But
that Is what it would tend to become If it
should drag on long enough to hear another
100 witnesses, or even half that number.
The moment has come for the participating
senators to show that they are capable of dis-
ciplining themselves in inquiries of this sort.
Heretofore major congressional investigations
with heavv partisan overtones have almost in-
evitably degenerated into wild Dolitlcal carnivals.
The search for truth, for real guidance in the
making of laws, has been lost In the shuffle.
The MacArthur hearings set a high standard
of performance in the beginning. Since then
there have been some marked lapses, but they
have not vet degenerated Into the customary
chaos. If they do. then the average American
citizen will be likely to conclude that the 8.
Senate is Incapable of conducting a wholly
statesmanlike investigation.
Senator Cain of Washington did nothing to
increase the citizen's respect for the 8enate
when he proposed soberly that the investigators
invite the testimony of William H. Evans, young
Navy lieutenant discharged for writing an In-
temperate letter In criticism of American pol-
icy.
Cain's excuse was that Evans might give the
committee valuable Information about the state
of Navy morale In the Korean theater, where
he had served. But Evans' bitterly phrased
letter obviously diequallfies him from giving
balanced, unprejudiced evidence. If Cain wants
that evidence and really considers it pertinent
to the MacArthur Inquiry, let him select at ran-
dom some other naval officer serving In Korean
waters. The onlv stipulation should be that the
man have a reputation for fairness and respon-
sibility.
But Senator Russell and his committee col-
leagues will be better advised if thev bring the
MacArthur proceedings to a close as quickly as
possible. The overwhelming bulk of vital evi-
dence is In Senate hands. It should be more
than ample to allow the Senate to Judge the
facts of MacArthur's dismissal and weigh the
main elements of U. 8. Far Eastern policy.
After all. the Senate Is Judged not merely by
the questions It asks, but by what It does. And
this year it has not done very much. It Is per-
haps not unfair to suggest that the Senate soon
set aside Its glamorous Job of investigating tor
the grubby but essential task of lawmaking.
<*mk VASUINGTOH
MERRY-GO-RMDl
y ORIW MAISON
Drew Pearson soys: Some businessmen have had ras wtfh
underworld; American distilling executive wai partner
of Bugsie Siagel; Dean Acheson impresses Senatorial
critics.
WASHINGTON. -- They bare manaitd to keep their _
out of the crime headlines, but many legitimate Mninraimtn
been found dealing with the underworld.
Somehow they have avoided the front-page publicity flvea
to the poUtlcians whose underworld ties have^een exposed by the
Senate Crime Committee. For example, Chicago businessman
George S. May, noted efficiency expert, was permitted to "testify
behind closed doors. He did not have to go before a public hearing:
Yet even In privacy, May was tlghtllpped. He refused to answer
questions about paying racketeer Ed Vogel a 40 per cent cut in the1
Tarn O'Shanter Club's gambling profits.
Another big businessman, Whose name has been shielded
from the public, is Sam Rothbersr, millionaire vice-president of
the American Distillery Company of Pekin, 111., makers of Still
brook bourbon, Old Colony gin, Burton's 61 and various other
brands. Senate Investigators discovered that Rothberg was the fin-
ancial angel, who helped mobster Bugsie Slegel buUd the flashy
Flamingo Hotel In Las Vegas, Nevada. Later Slegel was murdered
by the underworld in the home of his girl friend, Virginia Hill.
The Flamingo story has been told in newspaper headlines, and
was even made into a Hollywood movie, Yet Rothberg's part la
iiii del uiidi' i>\, pj.ii, iuc -.ni,e investigators' report, ano Rotn-
oerg was never canea on me witness stand. Rudolpn Halley, coun-
sel lor the Crime Committee, asked that the Senators not cross-
examine him.
However, Rothberg was given a significant grUling by Senate
investigators, at whlcn time he tried to explain the inside story
oi the Bugsie Slegel-Flamlng Hotel deal. At this grilling Roth-,
berg told Senate investigators the highly lmprobaple story that
he had no Idea Slegel was a notorious racketeer, and that he had
Invested $880,000 in the Flamingo on a week's acquaintance with'
Slegel. Most businessmen, of course, do not Invest $860,000 on mere
hearsay.
"He (Rothberg) was asked why he had sunk nearly a mlUioa
dollars into a venture on a week's notice with a natlonaUy known
gangster, and was further asked what his net worth was at that
time," the Senate investigators' report states. "He said that his
net worth was about two million dollars, and that he was Im-
pressed by the projected earnings of the Flamingo.
"He (Rothberg) said that his brother, Harry, knew Bugsie bet-
ter than he did; that Bugsie knew aU the better people In Log"
Angeles actresses, etc. and that he seemed to bt In the so-'
ciui swim," the report continues. "Rothberg said that he nevef"
cnecked on Bugsie and never knew that he had been run out of
New York."
BUGSIE'S PAL
Rothberg explained that he met Slegel while on vacation in
Calilornla and, a week later, decided to go Into partnership with
Slegel In the Flamingo Hotel.
Here Is Rothbere's story, as reported by the Senate Invest-
gators who questioned him: "Rothberg said that In 1945 or 1946,
he went on vacation to California and visited his younger brother,
Harry, in Los Angeles. Through him, Rothberg said, he met Bug-.
sie Siegel where and when and under what circumstances he
was not too clear about. He thought it might have been at the,
La Rue restaurant, which was then managed or owned by BlSy
Wiikersen. The only persons present at this meeting were his
brother, Wiikersen and himself.
"During this meeting, or shortly thereafter," the report con-
tinues, "Siegel, Wiikersen and his brother talked to him about A"
hotel project which would bring fabulous profits. Asked why m'
was interested, Rothberg said that he was desirous of giving away'
money to charity. When questioned further, he admitted up to;
that time he had only engaged In philanthropies to the extent of
about |5,000." *
The report goes on to tell how Rothberg, after only a week's
persuading, Invested $250,000 In the Flamingo. This was supposed
to represent 50 per cent of the undertaking, though Rothberg"
eventually was hit for a total of $800,000. The Nevada Projects Cor-
poration was formed to build the hotel with racketeer Bugsie Slegel"
as vice-president.
MET VIRGINIA HILL
"When Rothberg went out there to the grand opening of'the>
Flamingo In the spring of 1947, he said he1 met Virginia Hill, for .
about half an hour," the report adds. "(However) he said that,-he,
had never met a man with Bugsie who was supposed to be, his
bodyguard, but did admit meeting and knowing Allen Smiley and..
Moe Smedway and Morris Rosen (west coast racketeers).
"Rothberg does not believe that his Flamingo venture has
militated against him or affected him in any way with his Amer-
ican Distilleries position or interest," the report notes. "Rothbffrf
persistently reiterated that no force or anything like 'muscle' wa
used in inducing him to make the Investment. The only time any-,
thing resembling pressure was used, was when they were calling
for more money to meet the construction costs.
"The place (Flamingo Hotel) was sold In 1948 about thirty
di.vs after Slegel was killed," the report winds up. "Rothberg still
has stock In the Nevada Projects Corporation, and expects to.jget
70 per cent of his money back."
ACHESON IMPRESSED SENATORS
.A high-ranking Democratic Senator stopped a newsman lav j_
Capitol corridor during the Acheson-MacArfhur hearings and rt-.
marked:
"Acheson Is doing a great job made quite an impression}
en the Committee even on his critics."
This particular Senator had not, hitherto, been an Acheson j
admirer, and the newspaperman was Interested. Perhaps this to-.
terest was apparent in his face, for suddenly the Senator said:
"Now. don't quote n e on that. Remember, I can't be quoted, J
not even indirectly. I want that clearly understood." <
The above conversation illustrates the fact that although *.
Acheson has made a most favorable Impression on his Senatorial j
critics, that fact is not going to get out to the general public, rn
the first place, the political game of "kick Acheson" has become
too popular.
Secondly, the hearings are in private and the public cannot
see or listen to Acheson's testimony. Finally, the antl-Acheson cam- .
paign has gone so far that it would be difficult to change public
sentiment anyway. __. i
NOTEOne of the things the Truman Administration and
the State Department needs most is a smart public-relations ad-
viser Joe 8hort, the White House secretory for the press, thinks
that public relations merely consists of a press handout.
CANCER TEST FOR AUTO WORKERS
The United Auto Worker' 400,000 members will be given,the.
latest cancer tests aU because freshman Sen. Blah; Moody/;
Michigan had two luncheon appointments at the same time^n
new Michigan Senator, formerly a newsman, was supposed to ea*fl
with Auto Workers' Chief Walter Reuther. But on the same da*?,
he was also supposed to attend a luncheon, given by Sen. warten.
Mapnuson, Washington Democrat, for Broadvay Columnist Wal- I
F Moody solved the conflict bv getting permission to bring Reu-
ther to the Wlnchell luncheon. This brought Reuther and Winchell
together and they talked about the research of the Damon Run- .
v,r cancer find. The result was that Winchell Mreed.to a try- ,
but of the latest techniques for detecting cancer on the 400.000 j
members of the Auto Workers' Union.
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Favorece a Colombia el Fallo sobre Haya ele la Torre
LA HAYA, Junio IS (UP) La Corte Internacional
de Justicia fall por unanimidad que el asilo concedido
al dirifente Aurista peruano Vctor Ral Haya de la To-
rn en la Embajada de Colombia en Lima desde hace
ms de dos aos, "deba haber terminado" despus que
ese tribunal dio a conocer su (alio el 2e de Noviembre de
1950, pero al mismo tiempo dictamin que Colombia no
est obligada a entregar al citado refugiado a lai auto-
ridades peruanas. Esta parte del fallo fu aprobada por
13 Totes contra 1.
Rara de la Torre, dirigente del Partido A prista del
Per, declarado Ilegal por el Gobierno del Presidente Ge-
neral Manuel Odra. se refugi en la Embajada de Co-
lombia en Lima en Enero de IMS para evitar ser dete-
nido.
La Corte Internacional de Justicia se reuni en el
Palacio de la Pas de la laya a las tres de la tarde para
dar a conocer el fallo en la disputa, estando presentes
les Magistrados Jules Basevant, de Francia, Presidente;
Jos Gustavo Guerrero, del Salvador, Vice-Presldente;
Alejandre Alvares, de Chile; Green Hack worth, de Esta-
dos Unidos: Bohdan Winiarskl, de Polonia; Milovan Zo-
rlctc, de Yugoeslavia; Charles de Visscher, de Blgica;
Sir Arnold Duncan McNalr, de Gran Bretaa; Helge
Klaestad. de Noruega; Baja Abdel Hamid Badami, de
Egipto; John E. Read, de Canad; Hus Mo, de la China
Nacionalista; Isidro Fabela Alfaro, de Mxico, y Sergei
Borisovitch Krylov. de Rusia.
Cuando todos los Magistrados y Personas presentes,
qne eran en su mayora diplomticos y sus esposas, se
sentaron, el Sr. Presidente de la Corte, el Magistrado
Jales Basevant, declar abierta la audiencia con un golpe
de martllete sobre sa mesa.
Basevant comenc entonces a leer el fallo que deca:
"La Corte declara, por votacin unnime, que no for-
ma parte de las funciones judiciales de este Tribunal
hacer una seleccin entre los distintos modos en que pue-
de terminarse el asilo. ,
"Declara por 13 votos contra 1 que Colombia no est
obligada a entregar a Vctor Ral Haya de la Torre a las
autoridades peruanas, y por votacin unnime que el asi-
lo deba haber terminado despus de dictarse el fallo de
20 de Noviembre de 1951, y que debe ponrsele fin".
Con esta decisin, la Corte indic que ambos pases
deben negociar, por s mismos, una solucin.
La Corte ha estipulado que "de acuerdo con la Con-
vencin de La Habana, el asilo diplomtico es una me-
dida provisional para la proteccin temporal de delin-
cuentes polticos y debe terminarse tan pronto como sea
posible, Sinembargo, la Convencin no proporciona una
respuesta completa respecto al modo como debe terminar-
se el asilo".
"En cuanto a las personas culpables de delitos co-
munes, la Convencin estipula que deben ser entregadas
a las autoridades locales. En cuanto a los delincuentes
polticos, estipula que se conceda un salvo-conducto para
qua partan del pas".
"Pero slo puede reclamarse el salvo-eonduclo si el
asilo ha sido concedido y mantenido de modo regular, y
si el Estado territorial ha exigido que se enve al refu-
giado fuera del pas. Respecto a los casos en que el asi-
lo no se ha concedido de modo regular y en que el Esta-
do territorial no ha formulado tales peticiones, la Con-
vencin no contiene disposicin alguna".
"Interpretar ese silencio en el sentido de que impone
la obligacin de entregar al refugiado, repugnara al es-
pritu que anim la Convencin de La Habana, de acuer-
do con la tradicin Latino-Americana respecto al asilo,
tradicin conforme a la cual no debe entregarse al refu-
giado poltico".
"No hay nada en esa tradicin que Indique que debe
hacerse una excepcin en caso que el asilo se haya con-
cedido de modo irregular. SI hubiera propuesto (la Con-
vencin) separarse de tal tradicin, te habra necesitado
una disposicin explcita a tal efecto".
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PANAMA, R. P., MIRCOLES, JUNIO 13, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO
Autoriza emprstitos por
B. 27.500.000 la Asamblea
Quedan pendientes
los nombramientos
de varios gerentes
Le sesin de clausura tie-
ne lugar en la tarde
de hoy
La Asamblea Nacional de Pa-
nam, clausurar sta tarde el
actual periodo de sesiones ex-
traordinarias para el cual fue
convocado por la Asamblea Na-
cional y en el cual se votaron
autorizaciones para emprsti-
tos por valor de B. 27,500,000
con objeto de terminar el fl-
nancamlentoj del hotel El Pa-
nam, refundir la deuda inter-
na, contribuir con diez millo-
nes para la Carretera nter-
americana y pagar deudas pen-
dientes con la Caja de Seguro
Social.
Tambin aprob la Asamblea
las Facultades Extraordinarias
pro-Tmpore al rgano Ejecu-
tivo y dos convenios de coope-
racin' frtt* el QOWeTlff de w
Estados Unidos y Panam, de
acuerdo con el Punto Cuatro
del Plan Truman.
La Asamblea no tuvo el tiem-
po necesarib para aprobar los
nombramientos de los gerentes
de las instituciones autnomas,
ni el convenio sobre manteni-
miento de caminos, ni las par-
tidas de B. 300,000 para la Ca-
rretera Interamerlcana. ni loa
B. 200,000 para poner en mar-
cha los convenios del Punto
Cuatro.
En la sesin que tendr lu-
gar esta tarde, no se podr tra-
tar ningn otro asunto que el
de clausura de las sesiones, ya
que se trata de una reunin
netamente protocolar. .
Se pag en Coln a B.0.70
la libra de arroz y a B.0.50
la libra de carne esta mnna.
El pblico est alarmado por esta alza que se ex-
tender a otros artculos
COLON, Junio 13 Espantosamente suben los co-
merciantes los articulos de pri-
mera necesidad en esta cluaa-J,
en la maana de ayer subi cu
los mercados y abarroten la
jame a cincuenta centesimo de
Balboa y el arroz a veinte cen-
tesimos. Esta medida adootada
por los comerciantes ha cauca-
do grandes perjuicios a los con-
sumidores.
Numerosas personas se acer-
caron a "El Panam Amrica'
e informarop a este correspon-
sal (Uie otros productos sern
iiueatoa, a.ja. venta, con peslos.
De Gaulle afianza
su posicin en las
elecciones del 17
PARIS, Junio IS (UP) El
General Charles de Oaulle ha
afianzado su posicin poltica.
ruando faltan slo cuatro das
para las primeras elecciones ge-
nerales que se celebran esde
1S46, y se opina que surgir co-
mo Jefe del partido ms fuerte
de la nacin.
escandalosamente altos, por lo
c,ue Informan al seor MinUtro
de Agricultura y Comercio jue
haga extensiva de uno a o ti o
estremo de la repblica la cam-
paa contra el alza de precio.-
Grandes yacimientos
de petrleo hallan
ahora en el Canad
En Argentina atribuyen una
huelga de estudiantes a la
actividad de "comunistas"
BUENOS AIRES, Junio 13
(UP) Julio Otaoia, Rector cil-
la Universidad de Buenos Aues,
y Flix Nattkemper, Dlreotir
Ueneral de Educacin Secui.ua-
la y Superior, publicaron noas
similares atribuyendo a "peiue-
os grupos comunistas' la or-
ganizacin de la huelga estu-
diantil
Se renen esta noche
los Inf. Agrnomos
El sbado II de los corrien-
tes, tendr su reunin formal
la Sociedad de Ingenieros Agr-
nomos que fue fundada en la
ciudad de Coln, durante las
liestas de su primera feria.
De todas partes del pais se
espera que vengan los pres-
tigiosos componentes de esa so-
ciedad, presidida hoy por el
Ingeniero Agrnomo don Hen-
ry Simons Quirs, de Coln.
Ambos anunciaron que se ha
pedido a la Polica Federal que
coopere en la bsqueda del es-
tudiante Ernesto Mario Bravo,
cuya desaparicin motiv la
huelga.
Nattkemper dijo que los co-
munistas han estado organizan
do la huelga durante dos mese,
pero que sta ha raoeado y
orden a todos los estudiantes
que regresen a las clases so pe-
na de perder el curso y no per-
mitrseles continuar los estudias
Adems, acus a los corrwr. is-
as de haber escondido a Br-vo
Por su parte, Otaoia acuso a
Bravo de ser el lider comunis-
ta en el departamento Juvenil.
TOHONTO. Junio 18 OT) El
doctor C. J. MacKenzie, Direc-
tor del Consejo Nacional de In-
vestigacin dijo que los yaci-
mientos de petrleo dessubier-
tos recientemente en Albem
podra revolucionar completa-
mente la situacin petrolera de
norteamrica.
En la reunin semestral de la
Sociedad norteamericana de i..-
(.enleros mecnicos. MacKt;i,;;e
dijo que esos yacimientos po-
dran servir como una revela-
cin a quienes no han compren-
dido claramente el "destacado
cambio de la economa cana-
diense en la ltima dcada".
Agreg que se han descubier-
to enomes yacimientos de hie-
rro en Quebec y Labrador, ura-
nio en el occidente de Canad
y titanio en Quebec.
Dijo que desde que finaliz la
guerra, Canad ha cambiado de
nacin poco conocida y poco a-
preclada a una naein de pro-
minencia mundial, "de gr*n rl
oueza material' que hace mayor
nuestra responsabilidad". ,
En Julio llegarn 200,000 libras
de leche para nuestros escolares
Ms de mil barriles de leche rica en protenas y
minerales, de la UNICEF, llegarn a Panam alre-
dedor del 6 de Julio, al firmarse maana entre el Go-
bierno de Panam y dicha organizacin representada
por la seorita Alice Shaffer en nuestro pas, el acuer-
do de dotacin de leche y margarina para los nios
panameos.
El programa inicial cubrir la racin para alre-
dedor de 12,000 escolares y 3,000 preescolaret. Cada
barril tiene alrededor de 200 libras y se calcula que
cerca de 270,000 librat de leche vendrn en cada em-
barque. Un barril tiene racin suficiente para sostener
cien nios por un mes, pues se calcula la racin men-
sual de un nio en dos libras.
La seorita Shaffer ha estado tramitando toda
la semana desde el Lunes, con Educacin y Salud
Pblica los trmites, acuerdos y organizacin regla-
mentaria del programa. Los barriles sern distribuidos
con un plan cientfico y peridicamente vendrn los
nuevos embarques.
Esta es una de las ventajas de haber ingresado
al Instituto de Nutricin de Centro Amrica y Pana-
m y haber entrado a los planes de la UNICEF.
El Ejecutivo discutir el
Lunes el nuevo Presupuesto
La Cmara de los Comunes
sesion durante ms de
treinta y una horas ayer
Ha sido la sesin ms larga que se ha efectuado
durante los ltimos quince aos
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,800
Se proyecta instalar casetas en
el sitio donde se hallan ahora
los semforos para el trnsito
Se construir una de prueba en el cruce de Calido-
nia dentro de dos semanas
La instalacin de diez ga-
ritas o casetas para dirigir el
trnsito de vehculos dentro del
permetro de la capital que se-
rian construidas en los mismos
lugares donde se encuentran lo-
calizados los actuales semfo-
ros, est siendo estudiada por
las autoridades"? existe la po-
sibilidad, segn se inform a
este diario en fuentes de cr-
dito.
Las casetas, cuyo costo se cal-
cula en B. 40,000. tendrn las
siguientes comodidades. Telfo-
nos para que los agentes de Po-
el Cuartel o con otras casetas
de trnsito. Asiento alto y gira-
torio para la comodlda del a-
gente de polica, ventanas ve-
necianas para protegerlos del
sol y de la lluvia, alto parlante
para usos del servicio.
Como prueba se har una ca-
seta en el cruce de Calldonia,
con objeto de ver cmo eT p-
blico acepta esta Innovacin y
autorizar entonces la construc-
cin de diez ms que se levan-
taran en la Plaza de Santa
Ana, Avenida Central v Calle I;
Avenida Central y Calle J; A-
licia puedan comunicarse con I venida Central y Calle L, etc.
La mujerpanamea
recibir a Marian
Anderson el sbado
Se nos Informa que varias or-
ganizaciones- femeninas, adelan-
tan los planes para recibir dig-
namente en nuestro pais a Mk-
nan Anderson, la eximia con-
tralto norteamericana que r.os
visitar en breve para dar un
nico concierto al pblico pa-
nameo-
Hoy mircoles, a las 3:30 "p.rr.,
tendr lugar con este fin, u:a
reunin de !as directoras de la
Mesa Redonda Panamericana de
las Mujeres de Panam, en ti
edificio de Humanidades de u
Universidad Nacional. Y el v'er
nes en la noche, a las S p.m.,
habr otra reunin de la UMT
iL-nin de Mujeres Istmeasi
organizacin cvica de reciente
formacin que tuvo actuacin
destacada en la jornada cvica
de Mayo. Tambin han sido in-
vitadas a unirse al homenate
:,ue prepara Mesa Redonda la
AMUP 'Asociacin de Mujeres
Universitarias>. el Club Inttra-
.nerlcano de Mujeres, la Asocia-
cin de Damas Catlicas y el
sector femenino de el Magisterio
Panameo Unido.
Marian Anderson llegar a
Tocumen el sbado 16 de los co-
rrientes a las 3 p.m. Una comi-
sin formada por delegadas ce
cada una da las organizaciones
n.endonadas ir a recibirla i!
aeropuerto para traerla luego a
Universidad Nacional, en
donde un grupo mayor la cj^k.-
ta para obsequiarle una canas-
ta de flores naturales como tri-
u'jto de admiracin de la mujer
anamea a la ms perfe.ta
voz de contralto de nuestros
tiempos.
LONDRES, Junio 13 (UP)
Ta Cmara de los ComujK
despus 31 horas VI minutos de
Lesin continua, puso fin a 1
ms prolongada sesin que ha
tenido en los ltimos 15 aos
En distintas ocasiones de esta
prolongada reunin, en que se
rato acerca el presupuesto, hu-
bo momentos de irritacin en-
tre los diputados, que comenza-
ron los debatas a las 2:30 de ia
tarde del Lunes y terminaron a
las 10.17 de anoche.
La sesin ha sido la ms lar-
ga desde la de Julio de 1836, en
la que durante 34 horas 15 r.l-
nutos se estuvo debatiendo ti
problema de la desocupacin
La ms prolongada que se re-
cuerda ocurri en 1881. la cual
dur 41 horas y media.
Durante el debate hubo mu-
chos cabeceos, algunos ronqui-
dos y muchos zapatos sueltes
que se quitaron los diputados. El
asunto que se discuta era a'oii-
rrido y sumamente tcnico, a-
terca los impuestos e infraccio-
nes en la ley de presupuesto.
Pero pese al tiempo empleado
el Gobierno estaba dispuesto a
hacer que se terminara de til-
lar la ley, y los conservador-'
Je Winston Churchill no deja-
ran de promover los debates en
cara una de sus clusulas, paco
el rechazo de una de ellas > -
dra haber provocado la caaa
del Gobierno del Primer Minis-
tro Clement Attlee.
A pesar de sus 74 aos, Chur-
chill discuti agriamente cm
Attlee por la negativa del G>-
blerno de permitir que se levan-
tara la sesin ms temprano.
Los 22 asuntos que se someJe
ron a votacin han sentada un
precedente. Hubo ocasiones en
que se tavo que despertar a ai-
Kunos diputados o buscarlos por
los pasillos contiguos a la sala
para que votaran.
Fue encontrado un
crneo humano
en Miraflores
Ayer u encontrado un cra-
.RO 'mimano en la hierba Ce:'-a
ue ia calle Miraflores en Pe-o
Miguel, y se cree que ste fue
usado en alguna iniciacin o
co.no propaganda.
El crneo fu encontrado por
James Walker, un electricista
que estaba haciendo varias u-
talaciones en se sector, quien
inform inmediatamente a la
Polica El crneo fu enviajo
al Gorgas para ser sometido a
examen.
La parle superior del crane-)
estaca pintada de negro, y '.as
hebras de cabellos que se en-
contraron pegadas a varios u
sares del crneo Indican que es-
te llev peluca por algn tiempo
Una Intensa inspeccin dei iu
ar demostr que no haba o-
Uos huesos por all.
Consultarn a Educacin si
es aplicable la Ley del 75%
a las escuelas privadas
Se estima que de esta manera numerosos profeso-
rea tendran que ser empleados
Hemos sido Informados que
con motivo de la disputa sur-
gida entre los profesores gra-
duados y no graduados, un gru-
po de profesores se dirigir al
Ministerio de Educacin para
consultar si las disposiciones
del Cdigo del Trabajo, en lo
referente a que el 75 por cien-
to de los empleados y de las
empresas deben ser panameos,
asi como el 75% de los sueldos,
son aplicables -a los Colegios
Privados que funcionan en la
Repblica.
Segn Informes suministra-
dos a ate diarlo, la mayora
de los Colegio Privados iitlll-
Condenada la Elliot a pagar
cientos de miles de balboas
por unos impuestos atrasados
La sentencia fue dictada hoy por el Tribunal Con-
tencioso Administrativo anulando Resuelto
ejecutivo que'la exoneraba del pago
La Compaa de Navegacin y Tierras, S. A., fu cea-
denada hoy por el Tribunal de lo Contencioso Adminis-
trativo a pagar al Tesoro Nacional el impuesto de mue-
llaje que no te le haba cobrado durante varios aos y
que probablemente monta a cientos de miles de balboas.
El rgano Ejecutiva haba resuelto desde Septiembre
de IMS que no haba obligacin de pagar dicho Impues-
to por rasen de que no apareca entre las rentas com-
putadas en los distintos presupuestos. Mediante "accin
popular" se demand la nulidad de la decisin ejecu-
tiva.
Como el Tribunal de lo Contencioso ha declarado nu-
la aquella resolucin del Ejecutivo, se proceder ahora a
hacer las liquidaciones correspondientes pera el cobro del
impuesto.
Al dictar este falle salv su veto el Magistrado Li-
cenciado Manuel Antonio Das E
Determnanse las
condiciones para
concurso a becas
El Administrador del Aero-
puerto de Tocumen, don Ricar-
do Melndez expidi el siguien-
te comunicado de prensa, en re-
lacin con el otorgamiento de
titeas para realizar estudios so-
bre administracin de Aeropuer-
tos y Torre de Control.
"Hasta el 29 de los corrientes
se presentarn en la Secretaria
del Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia o en la Administracin
del Aeropuerto de Tocumen L
solicitudes para participar en '
concurso de becas que ofrece el
Gobierno norteamericano, en el
desarrollo del punto Cuatro el
Flan Truman, sobre ayuda eco-
nmica a los pases latinoame-
ricanos.
Estas solicitudes deben exr,.-o-
aff: a) nacionalidad, estado ci-
\11 y edad del aspirante (no me-
nor de 21 aos ni mayor de Jl
b) Presentacin de certificad j
de haber terminado estudios se-
cundarlos, certificado de sala i
ertlficado de nacimiento, 1.a -
viar. leer y escHblr ingls co-
rrectamente"-
zan los servidlos de profesores
extranjeros asi en su totali-
dad, y de aplicarse las disposi-
ciones del Cdigo del Trabajo
a stos colegios podria obte-
nerse el cupo para ms de cien
profesores panameos capaci-
tados que se encuentran ahora
mismo sin trabajo.
Sin duda alguna que de to-
mar el Ministerio de Educa-
clon medidas en ste asunto se
contribuira a solucionar el pro-
blema de la disputa entre los
profesores graduados y no gra-
duados, la cual ha sido ocasio-
nada por la falta de ctedras.
Aprovechando la oportunidad
eme est a) frente del Minis-
terio de Educacin una perso-
na sumamente Interesada en
los asuntos educativos, y en la
mejor solucin de los proble-
mas del ramo, los profesores
se dirigirn a ese Ministerio
Comisin especial
ir a EL UU. para
lo del emprstito
Se preparan decretos-le-
yes de vital importan-
cia nacional
El prximo lunes el rgano
ZJecullvo entrar de lleno a
preparar el Presupuesto deten-
as y Gastos de ia actual vigen-
cia, en asocio de) Contralor Ge-
neral de la Repblica, cuyo **>
quema provisional ya est a?i'~-
odo en principio, segn fu.mu
.nformados en fuentes oficiales-
El Ejecutivo designar ana
comisin de redaccin de ios
Decretos-Leyes que expeciiri
ton base en la ley de las acul
ladea extraordinarias concl
das por la Asamblea Nacional.
1 rgano Ejecutivo, dijo uno ce
sus vooeos, abordar lnmeai".
uniente el problema del I'.o
costo de la vida, principalmente
ia reglamentacin de los pra-
dos de los artculos de primera
necesidad. Sobre este particular
a nos inform que so integrar
en forma efectiva i<* Jui.ta de
Control de Precios tomando m
con miras de que se alivie la I cuenta las experiencias en la
(Pasa.a la urlna t columna )
presente situacin.
Los aliados siguen empujando
las fuerzas comunistas hacia
el Norte del Paralelo 38
Termin la bsqueda
de tres personas que
se crean perdidas
Lo bsqueda del soldado nor-
teamericano y sus dos compa-
eros panameos termin ayer
cuando el trio regres a Bal-
boa desde Taboga.
Richard Dennis, de 22 aos,
de Fort Clayton y sus compa-
eros Rogelio Salas y Manuel
Garca, ambos de 16 aos,, fue-
ron avistados ayer tarde por un
avin y un helicptero cuando
venian remando en su cayuco
hacia el muelle de Balboa. Va-
rios barcos tambin se encon-
traban buscando a los tres j-
venes.
El propietario del cayuco. Jo-
seph Robinson, Jamaicano de 60
aos de edad, pescador, haba
denunciado el robo del cayuco,
pero luego dijo a la polica
que no hara acusacin alguna.
TOKIO, Junio 13. (UP).
Las maltrechas y desmoraliza-
das fuerzas comunistas contl-
Gobierno y Justicia
hace nombramientos
en el Aeropuerto
En el Ministerio de Gobierno
y Justicia se entreg esta ma-
ana a la prensa los siguientes
nombramientos en el Areopuertg
de Tocumen:
Hctor Ricardo Gonzlez, Asis-
tente del Administrador en re-
en.plazo de Bolva Herrera; Es-|de"las puntas de Tanza aliadas
teban Caries, Asistente, en re- y bombardearon a las columna
emplazo de Evaristo Isaac He-1 rojas que estaban tratando do
rrera; Modesto Prez, chofer en > huir hacia el Norte por las ca-
reemplazo de Anbal Watts I rreteras y los pasos en las mon-
quien pasa a ocupar otro cargo. | taas. Una lluvia de acero y
Graciela R. Melndez en reem- explosivos mat a cientos dt
plazo de Rubn D. Herrera. a el J-
nuaron retrocediendo en Corea
del Norte en un frente de 70
millas, y han abandonado a
Pyongyan a 21 millas al Norte
del Paralelo 38.
En algunos sectores se en-,
contraron retaguardias comu-
nistas colocadas para retardar
el avance cauteloso de las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas que
persiguen a los comunistas, pe-
ro en el resto de lo frente*
central y oriental los comunis-
tas no ofrecieron resistencia al-
guna.
Ayer se reportaron avances
aliados hasta de tres millas.
Enjambres de aviones aliados
rugieron en el espacio delante
En Id distribucin de productos
agropecuarios debe evitarse la
intervencin de intermediarios
Latina
El
Consejo Econmico para la Amrica
aprob exhortacin en ese sentido
Audaz maniobra hacen
unos acrbatas en un
cable de Ro Janeiro
RIO DE JANEIRO, Junlu 13
tUP) Un grupo de cuatru a-
ubatas alemanes mantuvo 1.0
suspenso a los espectadores, a!
-tuzar en una motocicleta el
cable que une las montaas d*
o'ica y Pan de Azcar.
A unos 600 pies en el alte, el
.iiutociclista, con los otros *.es
acibatas efectuando cabri.'.iu
en un trapecio colgado de 'a
.quina. estuvieron electn.
o al pblico durante lio- y
mua.
MEXICO, Junio 13 (UP).
El Consejo Econmico para la
Amrica Latina ICEPAL) ex-
hort hoy a los Gobiernos Dar
que ordenen su comercio y lo
distribucin de sus productos
agro-pecuarios con el fin de
eliminar la intervencin de los
intermediarios que "no desem-
pean otro papel dentro de la
sociedad que el de encarecer
tales productos."
La resolucin sobre la ne-
cesidad de mejorar la agricul-
tura en la Amrica Latina fu
redactada por el Sub-Comit de
Ayuda Tcnica y aprobada por
el Comit Especial No. 1, de
desarrollo econmico, el que
tambin recomend a loa pa-
ses Interesados, entre otras co-
sas: *
1) Perfcclonar la formacin
de ingenieros agrnomos.
2) Levantar planos agrolgl-
COB.
3> Crear servicios de comer-
ifasa, a la Pag. col. 7
Est circulando
un folleto sobre
defensa civil
Preparado por el Comisiona-
do de la Defensa Civil, don An-
tonio T. de Reuter y de su Asis-
tente, A. Martinez Surroca, es-
t circulando un folleto edita-
do por el Departamento de De-
fensa Civil como parte de la
campaa de preparacin de un
ataque areo con bombas at-
micas.
El folleto que fu editado ea
la Imprenta Nacional y que es-
t ilustrado con diagramas y
fotografas sobre la materia,
contiene indicaciones sobre laa
rasa a la Pgina Colasnna If


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HANNOMO AMIAS, OIRICTOR
DITOHA PANAMA AMERICA. A.
Tf'WONe S-074 CENTRAL RRIVD> APARTADO ROE7AI NO. ISA
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LAS NAVES PANAMEAS Y LA GUERRA *
DE COREA
i anama no rehuye sus obligaciones en relacin
con las actividades de los buques que llevan su
bandera. Est dispuesta en todo tiempo a dictar las
medida, necesarias para conseguir que tales naves
se sometan al cumplimiento de los preceptos inter-
nos que rigen sobre el particular y a los que sur-
jan de los acuerdos internacionales suscritos por
la Repblica. As lo acaba de declarar oportuna y
enfticamente el Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores.
No es extrao que algunos rganos de propa-
ganda en el exterior traten de exagerar el alcan-
ce de supuestas violaciones de derecho que se im-
putan a determinadas naves panameas. En rela-
cin con el abanderamiento de las naves hay no
slo la cuestin de competencia mercantil, de par-
te de pases tradicionalitiente navieros, sino el em-
peo desorbitado de organizaciones obreras para
tener bajo su control a las tripulaciones de los bar-
co*. Por razn de stos y de otros factores en oca-
siones se hacen cargos injustificados contra los bu-
ques que llevan nuestra bandera.
Claro est que s hay a veces violaciones que
es preciso reprimir. Esto ocurre, desde luego, con
las naves de todos los pases del mundo. En tales
circunstancias Panam prontamente ha llevado a
{abo-las investigaciones necesarias y ha aplicado
las sanciones de rigor.
Es oportuno hacer presente que la legislacin
panamea permite al rgano Ejecutivo proceder
sumariamente a la cancelacin de la patente de na-
vegacin de una nave en ciertos casos de violacin
de la ley. La mera amenaza de aplicar esta san-
cin tiende a producir en el nimo de cualquier
armador el deseo vehemente de abstenerse de eje-
cutar el acto prohibido. La cancelacin de una pa-
tente de navegacin implica necesariamenterque la
nave queda imposibilitada para navegar.
De ib dicho se desprende que panam tiene
tanto el deseo como los medios adecuados para
cumplir v hacer cumplir sus compromisos en re-
lacin con la guerra de Corea y en relacin tam-
bin con cualesquiera otras obligaciones que le im-
pone el otorgamiento de su bandera.
] Y se desprende tambin de lo dicho que para
esos efectos no es necesario que la Repblica cuen-
to; con una marina de guerra para compeler fsi-
camente a sus buques mercantes al cumplimiento
de sus leyes. La investigacin adecuada de tos he-
chos y, en caso necesario, la cancelacin de la pa-
tente de navegacin son suficientes para llevar a
la obediencia a cualquier armador recalcitrante.
_L.
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
A favor de los no graduados se
pronuncia Consejo de Profesores
de la Escuela Profesional
El Consejo de Profesores ha dictado la simiente resolucin
Drew Pearson dice: Algunos hombres de negocios han W>" to cu"' rM""Wmn ,os proe,ore, ""fe" Junio de mi.
nido lazos con el bajo mundo; Un ejecutivo de la "A- el consejo pe profesores de la escuela profesional
_.......I I I ,,VC lili l V1W1
Consideraciones Sobr Itr Crisis
Por ERNESTO MNDEZ
H
merican Distilling" fu socio de Bugsie Siegel; Dean
Acheson impresiona a los crticos en el Senado.
/ WASHINGTON. Aunque
nan logrado mantener sus
nombres fuera de los titula-
res sobre el crimen, muchos
legtimos hombres de negocios
han estado negociando con el
bajo mundo.
De alguna manera, estos
hombres han evitado recibir la
publicidad que se le ha dado
en las primeras planas a los
polticos cuyos lazos con el ba-
jo mundo han sido denunciados
por el Comit del Crimen del
Senado. Por ejemplo, el hom-
bre de negocios de Chicago,
George S. May. un conocido
experto en eficiencia, fue per-
mitido declarar a puertas ce-
rradas. No tuvo que presentar-
se a una audiencia publica. Sin
embargo, an en privado, May
se mantuvo callado y se neg
a contestar las preguntas sobre
los pagos que haba hecho a
Ed Vogel del 40 por ciento de
las entradas por el juego en
el Club "Tam O'Shanter".
Otro gran hombre de ne-
gocios, cuyo nombre ha sido
ocultado al pblico, es Sam
Rothberg, el millonario vice-
(residente de la "American
istillery Company" de Pekn,
Illinois, fabricantes del "Still
brook liouilion', "Old Colony
Gin", "Burton's 51" y otras
marcas de licores. Los inves-
tigadores del Senado descu-
brieron que Rothberg fue el
"ngel" capitalista que ayu-
d al pandillero Bugsie Sie-
gel construir su lujoso Hotel
Flamenco en Las Vegas, Ne-
vada: Ms tarde Siegel fue
asesinado por el hampa en la
casa de su novia, Virginia
Hill.
La historia del Hotel Fla-
menco ha sido escrita a gran-
des titulares en .los peridicos,
y ha sido hasta .filmada enJ
Hollywood. Sin embargo, la par-]
tielpaeln de Rothberg nunca]
fue ms all del informe de
los Investigadores del Senado, |
y Rothberg nunca fue llamado
a declarar. Rudolph Halley, |
Consejero del Comit del Cri-
po de propiedad de Billy Wil-
Jcersen. Las nicas personas
presentes en esta reunin eran
su hermano, Wllkersen y l.
"Jurante esta reunion, o
poco despus", contina di-
ciendo el informe, "Siegel,
Wilkersen y su hermano le
hablaron acerca del proyec-
to de un hotel que le produ-
cira fabulosas ganancias. Al
preguntrsele por qu se In-
teres, Rothberg dijo que es-
taba deseoso de regalar di-
nero para obras de caridad.
Al segursele preguntando,
Rothberg admiti que en ese
entonces tan slo haba dado
unos 5.000 dlares para obras
filantrpicas".
El informe contina dicien-
do cmo Rothberg, despus de
una semana de persuacin,
invirti 250,000 dlares en el
Flamenco. Se supona que es-
ta cantidad representaba el
50 por ciento de la empresa,
aunque, eventualmente, Roth-
berg fue atacado por un to-
tal de 860,000 dlares. Se for-
m la Corporacin "Proyectos
de Nevada" para la construc-
cin del hotel, y el raquete-
ro Bugsie Siegel fue nombra-
do vice-Presidente.
CONOCE A VIRGINIA HILL
"Cuando Rothberg fu a la
inauguracin del Flamenco en
la prima vea de 1947, dice que
conpel a Virginia Hill y habl
con ella una media hora", agre-
ga el informe. 'Sin embargo,
Rothberg dijo que nunca haba
conocido a ningn hombre que
se supona fuera el guarda-es-
paldas de Bugsie. pero si admi-
ti haber conocido a Allen Smi-
ley, Moe Smedway y Morris Ro-
sen, raqueteros de la costa oc-
cidental.
"Rothberg no cree que su
aventura ron el Flamenco le
ha hecho dao o lo ha afec-
tado en forma alguna en sus
intereses y posicin eon la
"American Distillers", conti-
na el informe. "Rothberg
m-e^Te"pidi j"los Senadores J- HStftt 12
que no lo interrogaran.
A pesar de esto, Rothberg
fue sometido a un significa-
tivo tormento de parte de los,
. investigadores del Senado, y
f* trill ile explicar la his-
toria detallada del negocio de
Bugsie Siegel y su Hotel Fla-
menco. Durante, este tormen-
to Rothberg le cont a los in-
vestigadores del Senado la
historia, sumamente invero-
smil, de que l no tenia idea
de que Siegel fuera un noto-
rio raquetero y que haba in-
vertido 860,000 dlares en el
Hotel Flamenco una semana
despus de haber conocido a
Siegel. La mayora de los
hombres de negocios, claro
est no invierten 860,000 d-
lares con un slo "oye, dime".
fue 4a coaccin ni la fuerza
bruta lo que lo Indujo a
hacer la inversin. La nica
vez que se us, algo que se
asemejara a una presin fue
ruantfo e le pidi ms dine-;
ro para hacerle frente a los
gastos de construccin.
"El Hotel Flamenco fue ven-
, dido en'1948, unos" 80 das des-
pus del-.*asesinato de SIckcI".
, termina .diciendo el informe.
i Rothberg todava tiene acclor
I nes en la Corporacin "Pioyec-*
tos de Nevada", y espera reci-
bir el 70"por ciento de su di-
nero".
ACHESON IMPRESIONO
A LOS SENADORES
Un Senador Demcrata de al-
CONSIDERANDO:
1. Que se ha suscitado un movimiento en Panam Por parte
de los Profesores recin graduados de la Universidad, sin
ocupacin, tendiente a desalojar a los Profesores no gra-
duados de las ctedras que hoy sirven;
2. Que los Profesores no graduados no son personas extraas
a la educacin, ya que gran nmero de ellos han trabaja-
do en la enseanza secundaria por diez, quince y ms
aos;
3. Que estos trabajadores de la enseanza pueden ostentar
hojas de servicio en las que la efieleneja, la honradez y la
consagracin son los distintivos salientes;
4. Que durante los aos en que faltaron profesores gradua-
dos ellos contribuyeron eficazmente a llevar adelante la
obra de la educacin de la juventud;
i. Que no es educativo, ni humano, dejar cesantes, despus de
tan la,ros anos de experiencia a estos servidores eficientes;
6. Que ya el legislador en la pasada legislatura, reconociendo
los aos de experiencia y de eficiencia del trabajador de la
enseanza hizo a la ley orgnica una reforma justa, en el
. sentido de considerar a estos educadores sin titulo, dentro
de la clase "B" y con derecho a ganar el sueldo correspon-
diente a esta categora;
7. Que actualmente se han abierto a concurso ms de sesenta
ctedras y slo son ochenta los graduados sin ocupacin;
I. Que en la actualidad los Profesores en servicio, en plan de
cooperacin, estn trabajando ms de las veinticinco ho-
ras semanales estatuidas por la ley;
Que hay colegios secundarios como el Liceo de Seoritas, y
el Instituto Nacional, trabajando con un recargo de matri-
cula por ao;
10. Que si bien es cierto que el artculo 118 de la ley orgnica
establece Usencias temporales hasta por dos aos a los no
graduados tambin es cierto que no prohibe la prrroga de
tales licencias, cuando ha habido un servicio eficiente;
11. Que el articulo 127 de la misma ley orgnica de educacin,
da estabilidad al Profesor no graduado que durante su li-
cencia demuestra eficiencia v compruebe buena conducta:
RESUELVE:
1. Pedir que se siga manteniendo la estabilidad de los Profe-
sores sin grado actualmente en servicio, mientras su con-
ducta siga siendo intachable y su trabajo eficiente;
2. Respaldar de una manera decidida y firme a los Profeso-
res no graduados en sus legtimas aspiraciones, a fin de
que impere la justicia y de que la tica que debe existir
entre los educadores sea una realidad tangible.
3. Recomendar> al Ministerio de Educacin, como medida sa-
ludable:
a) Una revisin cuidadosa de la matricula de los cole-
gios secundarios con el fin de asignarle a cada pro-
fesor un nmero de alumnos que no pase de treinta
por grupo;
b) Una revisin de las horas con que trabaja actual-
mente cada profesor regular, con el fin de que el n-
mero de horas para cada uno sea alrededor de vein-
ticinco (25) semanales como lo ordena la ley;
c) El nombramiento para las ctedras que resulten des-
pus de tales revisiones de los profesores recin gra-
duados actualmente sin ocupacin.
Por el Consejo de Profesores,
Nos hallamos frente a una situacin econmica y fiscal qua
algunos llaman anormal mientras otros aseguran que revierte a
lo normal. Como consecuencia de ella a cada" paso omos repe-
tir lo siguiente: -La Hacienda Pblica confronta ana situacin
critica. Las cuentas por suministros al Estado no se pagan con
puntualidad. Las Obras Pblicas estn prcticamente paraliza-
das. Aumenta la deuda interna. El crdito se resquebraja. La
circulacin monetaria disminuye. Los precios de toda clase do
artculos se elevan. Aumenta el desempleo y el desasosiego in*
vade todas las esferas de la actividad humana.
En medio de los apremios en que esa realidad nos coloca,
voceras tumultuarias se levantan para gritarnos: El pueblo est
hambreado y es imperativo que se le provea de medios de sub-
sistencia. Las masas no pueden seguir viviendo hacinadas en
tugurios inmundos, levantados por la avaricia ilimlte de nes*
tros caseros. El Estado est en el deber de construir ms eseue-
las. La agricultura necesita una ms intensa ayuda oficial para
i poder desarrollarse. El Gobierno no puede posponer por ms
tiempo el saneamiento de la Repblica. Es necesario que so
construyan ms hospitales. Hay que hacer carreteras de pene*
t racin...
La prensa diaria, nuestra prensa, que nunca podr vanaglo-
riarse de haber columbrado el porvenir, se hace eco, en ocasio-
nes, de las inquietudes que rozan el fenmeno y entonces lee'
mos a aquellos que avientan sus ideas para decirnos cules son
nuestros males, en dnde radican nuestras desventuras. Pero
hasta ahora no le hemos odo a nadie la ms ligera sugestin
sensata de cules son los medios adecuados para solucionar la
crisis que nos angustia ni de qu manera podramos realizar un
programa de Gobierno que implique ms escuelas, ms hospitales,
mejores viviendas, mayores salarios, ms trabajo, amplia ayuda
social a quienes lo han menester, mejoramiento de las condicio-
nes sanitarias del pas, ms kilometraje de carreteras e intensi-
ficacin de la ayuda a nuestros agricultores.
Como no es esta la primera crisis econmico-fiscal que con-
frontamos, qu de extrao es que a travs de cuantas hemos su-
frido nuestros economistas hayan arribado a la certeza de qua
mediante la aplicacin de cualquiera de las tres soluciones si-
guientes se resolveran nuestros males? Ellas son:
la.Despedir de sus cargos al mayor nmero de empleado*
pblicos y reducir asi nuestro presupuesto de gastes.
BENILDA R. CSPEDES,
Directora.
ESTHER ORTEGA Q.
_______Secretaria.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esU seccin daremos cabida a todas aquellas cartas
que se nos dirijan, Mbra tpico de inters general.
J que no sean demasiado extensa.
s/V
QUE OPINE EL DOCTOR
' MNDEZ
Panam, Junio 13 de J951.
,Dr. Octavio, Mndez Pereira
Rector de .la Universidad
de Panam.
Presente.
Distinguido seor:
En procura de vuestra opi-
nin o del organismo univer-
sitario correspondiente con res-
pecto a cierto problema que to-
lo
A Rothberg se le pregunt por en un corredor del Capitolio
raneo nar a un nerlodlsta ca muy de cerca a nuestra Unl-
rango paro a un pe locusta vprslrt.rt ..*_., .. ,;-,,
versldad, acudimos ante usted
que haba invertido casi un
milln de dlares en una aven-
tura como esta, tan slo con
una semana de aviso, en aso-
cio con un conocido pandillero,
y tambin se le pregunt a
cunto ascendan sus haberes
en ese .tiempo. El informe del
Senado dice que Rothberg con-
d i en la seguridad de que ob-
"Acheson est haciendo una
gran labor ha logrado im-
presionar al Comit hasta
a sus crticos".
dos a la prensa.
PRUEBAS DE CANCER
LOS OBREROS
PARA
EL AVISO OPORTUNU
CQ RARATO Y EFECTIVO 5 -q S-.'Uf.-^ L S hilbia sld0- hasta-ahora, un Obreros Unidos de la Industria
tb DAR I U I Crt^ TW d' e" e^ S,a71 ^mirador de Achon: y el Automovilstica sern someti-
*-
& ASOMBROSOS TIMBRES DE ALARMA
GARANTIZADOS PARA
PREVENIR ROBOS!
Para informacin
Tel. Panam 3-0620
millones de dlares, y que se
'-. Impresionar por las posi-
bles uanancias del Flamenco.
"Rothberg tambin dijo que
su hermano, Harry, conoca a
Bugsie mejor que l: que
Bugsie conoca a toda la gen-
te grande de Los Angeles
actrices, etc. y que pareca
tener buenas relaciones so-
ciales", contina el informe.
Rothberg dijo que nunca in-
vestigo los antecedentes de
periodista qued Interesado Qui- dos a las ltimas pruebas pa-
ras este Inters se retlej en ra el cncer, y todo porque el
la rara del periodista, pues el
Senador dijo:
'Por favor, no mencione mi
n o 01 b r e. Recuerde que no
quiero que se mencione mi
nombre, ni indirectamente.
Quiero que usted comprenda
esto claramente".
de orden acadmico de gran
trascendencia para nuestra vida
cultural y educativa ..
Se. trata, seor Rector, del
caso de los profesoras que han
obtenido titulo en la Universi-
dad de Panam, con especia-
Hzacin en diversos ramos, y
que en la actualidad no se les
ha reconocido el derecho de
obtener ctedras en las escue-
las pblicas secundarlas del
paas. mientras que por otro la-
do existen trescientas personas
que, contra lo que dispone el
artculo 188 de la Ley Orgni-
ca de Educacin, ejercen la do-
cencia secundarla en los dis-
tintos centros oficiales de en-
seanza.
Nuestra solicitud se dirige a
obtener de Usted o del orga-
nismo universitario que corres-
ponda, la opinin que les mere-
ce semejante violacin a la Ley
47 Orgnica de Educacin de
1946. violacin con la cual nues-
tra Universidad no puede ha-
cerse solidarla mediante el .si-
Ja.Aumentar los impuestos, con lo cual aumentara tambin
la capacidad del Estado para atender a las crecientes ne-
cesidades pblicas.
3a.Contratar emprstitos con la Banca extranjera y su pro-
ducto dedicarlo a la realizacin de obras pblicas, con lo
cual crearamos fuentes de trabajo de las que estamos
tan necesitados.
Estas soluciones son tan comprensibles y sencillas, en verdad,
que a cualquier hijo de vecino de este ingenuo pueblo panameo,
en conocindolas, les parecern ms que la esencia de un ideal,
axiomas. Sin embargo, ellas corresponden a ideas empricas sin
, base en el anlisis mesurado y hondo. De someterlas a juicio
encontraramos que en la Repblica no hay y casi nanea ka
: bido fuentes de trabajo con la capacidad necesaria para absor
ber a todos los hombres v mujeres que tienen que trabajar par
existir; de modo que la solucin de disminuir el numero de em-
pleados Dblicos significara el aumento del desempleo, es decir,
el aumento del numero de quienes sufren, de quienes sienten
hambre y de stos, ya hay muchos.
Aumentar los Impuestos parece ms -justo pero tiene sus de-
rivaciones complejas, de las cuales la principal es la que provie-
ne de una ley econmica, casi inmutable, que establece que los
impuestos revierten hacia la masa. Cierto que tal ley no tiene
un carcter tan general como el que aqui le hemos atribuido y
que slo alude a los impuestos indirectos. Pero de aumentara
el gravamen a la propiedad inmueble que no es indirecto
no se aumentara con ello el valor de los arrendamientos? Si so
aumentaran cualesquiera de los impuestos que gravan al comer-
cio, a la industria, a la agricultura, a los productores de toda
clase de artculos, no se aumentara tambin el valor de cada
uno de los que se llevan al consumo? Si ello es asi, tal medida
no reducira la capacidad del pueblo para adquirir las cosas ne-
cesarias para su propia vida?
En los pueblos de alto desarrollo econmico el fenmeno do
la reversin de los impuestos no afecta a las masas de una mis-
ma manera a como las afecta entre nosotros, porque en ellos el
hombre obtiene con mayor facilidad que entre nosotros el traba-
jo que lo sustenta, y adems, para su propia defensa contra el
alza de los precios, cuenta con las uniopes obreras, con la ca-
pacidad de stas para exigir mayores salarios y con -el arma do
la huelga o de la amenaza de la huelga. Pero entre nosotros la
msica sonara diferente.
En el caso de los emprstitos, si ellos han de destinarse a
la realizacin de proyectos que una vez terminados impliquen un
aumento permanente en las erogaciones del Estado, como lo son
una carretera, un edificio para oficinas, una escuela o un hos-
pital, su accin sobre la economa seria slo sedativa y onerosa:
parecida a la que producira sobre un atacado de peritonitis la
aplicacin de inyecciones de morfina. La droga amortiguara el
dolor pero la enfermedad continuara su obra devastadora.
No ocurrira lo mismo si los emprstitos se usaran como bie-
nes instrumentales, como un capital destinado a la produccin
de otros bienes, esto es, al desarrollo e Incremento de la riqueza.
Pero, alguna vez hemos parado mientes en nuestras riquezas po-
tenciales y en la mejor manera de desarrollarlas?
Senador Blalr Moody tenia que
asistir _a dos almuerzos al mls-lencio, sobre todo si se toma
mo tiempo. El nuevo Senador; en cuenta que en el fondo,
de Michigan, ex-perlodista, te- ello significa un desconocimien-
nia una cita para almorzar con
el jefe de los obreros del au-
tomvil. Walter Reuther. Pero
el mismo da, Moody tenia que
asistir a otro almuerzo, dado
por el Senador Warreng Man-
mison. Demcrata de Wash-
La conversacin citada arrl-
ba ""'vfiL." fl"! "un*" mgton. al columnlsta de Broad-
que Acheson ha _causado una vu* Waltpr wwhell
MARQUES DE RISCAL
VINO TINTO SUPERIOR
MOJA ESPAA
DL: VENTA:
EN LAS PRINCIPALES BODEGAS
ftjpuli : JAIME VENTURA ESCUDE
way Walter Winchell.
Moody resolvi el conflicto
obteniendo permiso para lle-
var a Reuther al almuerzo de
Winchell. Esto hizo que Win-
chell v Renter se conocieran,
Bugsie y que punca .supo que
ste haba salido huyendo de .
Nueva York". i impresin favorable en sus cri-
EL AMIGO DE BUGSIE ticos del Senado, este hecho no
Rothberg' explic que haba trascender al pblico. En pri-
conocido a Siegel mientras se mer lugar, el Juego poltico de
encontraba de vacaciones en "pateen a Acheson" se ha vuel-
California. y que una semana i to muy popular. En segundo lu-
ms tarde haba decidido ha- ,'gar. las investlaaclones son prl- y hablaron sobre las investi-
cerse socio de Siegel en el Ho- vada? y el pblico no puede gaciones del Pondo "Damon _..." a riue 7n ello
tel Flamenco. ver ni escuchar el testimonio, Runyon para el cncer. El vuelto el restMo v la
He aqui la historia de Roth- de Achespn. Finalmente, la | ( resultado me que Winchell
berg. tal como fue dicha por campaa contra Acheson ha Ido accedi a probar las ltimas
los investigadores del Senado tan lejos que serla muy difi-
tuie lo interrogaron: "Rothberg di cambiar el sentimiento pu-
dljo qoe en 1945 o 1946. haba bllro, de todas maneras.
to y Un desprecio a los ttulos
que confiere esta alta casa de
estudios y una desestimacin de
loa crditos y diplomas que co-
ronan los esfuerzos sistemticos
que suponen las faenas acad-
micas. Segn nuestro modo de
ver ,las cosas, la Universidad
est en el deber de exigir el
respeto a sus egresados y el
respeto a los crditos, ttulos
y. diplomas que otorga a cada
estudiante que se grada en
cualquiera de sus facultades.
Esperamos pues, una respues-
ta o una opinin a este res-
va en-
prestigio y la serie-
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ido de vacaciones a California
y visitado a su hermano me-
nor. Harry, en Los Angeles. A
travs de l, dijo Rothberg.
haba conocido a Bugsie Siegel
dnde y cundo y bajo qu
circunstancias, no poda pre-
cisar. Crea recordar que ha-
ba sido en el Restaurante La
Rue. el cual era en ese tlem-
Nota: l'na de las cosas que
la Administracin de Truman
y el Departamento de Esta-
do ms necesita es un con-
sejero de relaciones nkiiras
oue sea vivo. Joe Short, el
Secretario de Prensa de la
("asa Blanca, cree aue las re-
laciones pblicas slo consis-
ten en entregarle comunica-
tcnicas para el diagnstico
del cncer en los 4M,tM
miembros de la Unin de O-
breros del Automvil.
dad de la Institucin que usted
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BOYD BROTHERS, INC
El Seor Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias*
ha solicitado al SINDICATO DE INDUSTRIALES
DE PANAMA el envo de una terna para principal
y otra para suplente de Director del BANCO AGRO-
PECUARIO e INDUSTRIAL, en vista de que el pe-
riodo del actual representante de la industria en
la Junta Directiva de ese Banco est vencido desde
hace algn tiempo.
EN TAL VIRTUD.
EL SINDICATO DE INDUSTRIALES DE PANAMA,
POR ESTE MEDIO,
CITA:
A todos sus miembros, a todos los Industriales no afi-
liados al SINDICATO y a cualquier otra organizacin de
industriales que tenga inters en el escogimiento de que
se trata, a una reunin de carcter general que tendr lu-
gar HOY MIRCOLES 13 de Junio de 1951. a las 5 de la
tarde en las Oficinas del Sindicato de Industriales de Pa-
nam, situadas en el 4o. Piso de la Casa nmero 39 de la
Avenida Central (Edificio Peikard v Kardonski. frente a la
Lotera Nacional), con el objeto de escoger las ternas so-
licitadas.
LA ESCOCIDA
POR LOS CICLISTAS
DUNLOP
CHAMPION
Distribuidores:
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S. A.
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MU-RCO! ES JUNIO 13. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
fOIWA TREJ
El cuidado mdico beneficia a los prisioneros de Corea
"No debe dejarse pasar la
oportunidad de poner fin
al conflicto"; Trigvie Lie
Ex-Gobernador Militar aliado
en Alemania se pstula a l
Asamblea Nacional francesa
WASHINGTON. Junio 13.
las condiciones fsicas en que se
hallan los comunistas chinos y
norcoreanos que son hechos
Ksioneros por las fuerzas de
Naciones Unidas en Corea,
la reta de mortalidad entre los
heridos y lesionados es de sdlo
el 7 por ciento durante un pe-
riodo de seis meses. Informa el
Departamento del Ejrcito.
El servicio mdico declara que
alrededor de 37,000 Drlsloneros
han sido admitidos como pa-
cientes en los hospitales mili-
tares de Estados Unidos en Co-
rea. La pronta atencin mdica,
exactamente en la forma que
se presta a los soldados de las
Naciones Unidas, ha dado lugar
a que sea "notablemente baja
la proporcin de muertes a pe-
sar de las grandes complicado- >
nes presentes en una mayora i
de los casos tratados", agrega
el informe. Las tropas captu-
radas tienen una "Indebida alta ,
incidencia de enfermedades, en-1
tre ellas lepra, viruela, tifus, ti-
foidea, ttano y otras enferme-
dades eoidmlcas".
Otra complicacin, dice el E- i
Jrclto. resulla el hecho de que
tai normas mdicas del enemi- i
go son malas, y en muchos ca- (
sos existe pronunciada dlferen-
ca en cuanto al valor de la
vida humana, lo que hace que i
el enemigo deje que se mueran
muchos hombres sin prestarles
atencin alguna.
Acheson reitera los objetivos de
las Naciones Unidas en Corea
WASHINGTON. Junio (USIS)
E1 Secretario de Estado, Dean
Acheson declara que un armis-
ticio en Corea en el Paralelo
38 mantendr a de las Nacio-
nes Unidas, pues "ni las Nacio-
nes Unidat ni los Estados Un-
aos han adquirido jams la o-
bilgacln de unificar a Corea
por la fuerza."
En respuesta a pregunta que
le hizo un senador en las au-
diencias relacionadas con la
politic de E.E. U.U. en el- Ex-
trema Oriente, Acheson dijo que
tal accin quedara dentro del
radio de las resoluciones dei
Consejo fle Seguridad,, de 25 v
27 de junio de 1990.
El Secretarlo de Estado ob-
serv, sin embargo, que las re-
soluciones de la ONU confirman
lo que se expres en la declara-
cin de El Cairo, de que debe
existir una Corea libre, unida
y democrtica. Agreg: "Esa es
la poltica constante y l es-
fuerzo de las Naciones Unidas
y loa Estados Unidos."
Al ser interrogado por otro
Senador, Acheson dijo que los
ejrcitos comunistas chinos han
sufrido severas prdidas en la
lucha en Corea. Convino con el
senador en *que cuando el r-
gimen de Pelpin intervino en
Corea, perdi por los menos
parte de sr oportunidad de apo-
derrsele Formosa, ya que esa
accin afect la actitud de las
otras naciones.
Convino asimismo con el se-
nador en qoe al atar sus ejr-
citos en Corea y Manchuria el
rgimen comunista chino ha
perdido mucha de la iniciativa
que tena en el sureste de Asia,
y se ha desprestigiado ante el
resto del mundo en los asuntos
Internacionales.
Acheson confirm tambin ti
punto de vista del senador, de
que el rgimen de Pipin "ha
causado una severa lesin al
sistema econmico de China co-
mo resultado de su entrada en
el conflicto coreano."
El senador expres la opinin)
de que el rgimen chino perdi,
por medio de la accin de Co-
rea, las probabilidades de un
puesto en las Naciones Unidas, y
redijo la influencia que habra
podido tener en el ajuste ulte-
rior del tratado de paz con Ja-
pn. Acheson conVino con esta .
opinin.
Interrogado por un senador -
acerca de si tenia objeciones que j
hacer a un cambio en la Carta i
de las Naciones Unidas sobre
la expulsin- de miembros que
"lagrantemente destruyen a las
Naciones Unidas desde dentro"
Acheson contest:
"No ha sido poltica de los
Estados Unidos hacer lo que se
acaba de expresar, o sea ex-,
pulsai a los miembros que se o- (
ponen a la poltica de las Na-
ciones Unidas. La base toda de (
las Naciones Unida.s ha sido, y
lo ha sido de nuestra poltica, I
obtener universalidad. Quisiera- I
Por fi
pude hacer a n lado
los laxantes faeries!
"Hace do* o Ir el anuncio t
ustedes del All Bran y tegui iu>
cornejos No he vuelto a tomar,
desde entonces, una
ola pildora o medi-
cina. All-Bran me.
regulariz perfecta-
mente". Esto escribe
voluntariamente el
Sr. Frank J. Baum-
buteh. 581 Lathrop
St.. Columbus. O. A usted le puede
ocurrir lo mismo si su estreffimien
to se debe a (alta de volumen. Te-
me una onza del sabroso All Braa
:ad dia y agua en abundancia.
Pronto te sentir otro. Y. ademas.
All-Braa lo nutrir, porque es un
alimento, no una medicina.
Por GAULT Mac GOWAN
(N-A-N.A.)
ESTRASBURGO. Junio (EPS)
Un ex gobernador aliado de
Alemania se ha postulado para
las elecciones que tendrn lu-
gar aqu, siendo sta ia primera
vez que un- de los encargados
de trazar los planes de accin
de las potencias que ocupan a
Alemania se somete ai juicio
pblico en las urnas electoraes.
Se trata del general Pierre
Koenlg, quien fuera uno de los
colegas del general Lucius D.
Clay ms allegados a ste en
los crticos aos de la posgue-
rra. Clay se retir del mando mi
litar de la zona francesa cuan-
do se encargaron del mismo los
altos comisionados civiles.
Kjenig, hombre alto, rubio y
de tez tostada por el sol, gan
fama mundial al detender pi-
camente el oasis deBir Hakini.
en el desierto del .lOrte de Afri-
ca; ahora se ha convertido en
candidato en inters de su ami-
go, el general Charles de Gaulle,
lder del partido conocido como
Reunin del Pueblo Francs.
A Koenlg se le conoce por su
franca sot.risa cuando de Gaulle
se muestra preocupado; por su
alabllidad cuando de Gaulle e
muestra ;rio, y por la Inagota-
ble energa que le hace Ir en
busca de contactos humanos
mientras de Gaulle permanece
sentado a su escritorio' y medi-
ta.
El candidato degaullista pue-
de ser ur hueso duro de roer,
pero rara vez se querella con
nadie, si se le elige para la
Asamblea' Nacional francesa es-
te mes, es probable que se con-
vierta en el lder del partido
degaullista en la misma.
Los mismo que tratndose de
de Gaulle. Tos ms encarniza-
dos enemigos de Koenlg son los
comunistas. Ambos cooperan
con ellos cuando la Unin So-
vitica era una potencia aliada
de Francia. Ahorr. que la U.R.
S.S. se ha convertido en nacin
agresora, no quieren saber na-
mos que todas la otras nacio-
nes fueran miembros de lo Or-
ganizacin de las Naciones Uni-
das."
na de ellos.
Ambos tuvieron sus respecti-
vos gobiernos plagados de co-
munistas; de Gaulie cuando fu
el lder de Francia y Koenig
; cuando fui el Jefe del sudoeste
1 de Alemania.
Debido al servicio prestado
' por los comunistas en el movi-
miento de resistencia, stos ha-
blan alcanzado posiciones cla-
ves en Alemania, asi como en
Francia. Koenlg se dio cuenta
de lo que se traan entre ma-
| nos cuando cambiaron de tcti-
ca para ayudar ai Kremlin, no
! a la Repblica Francesa.
La historia mtlmr del eclip-
se de de Gaulle revela que no
I se debi a diferencias con el
I presidente Roosevelt ni con
Churchill, ni tampoco a su poli-
1 tica exterior. La intriga de los
comunistas hizo que de Gaulle
saliera del gobierno debido a su
poltica interna. Al terminar la
guerra, los comunistas exigieron
una tercera parte de las carte-
ras en el gabinete constituido
por de Gaullo, y un ministerio
que les diese el control efecti-
vo sobre la poltica del gobier-
, no, ya fuese el ministerio de
Defensa Nacional, el de lo In-
terior o el de Relaciones Ex-
teriores.
Sern trasladados
a Mxico obreros
de unas granjas
WASHINGTON. Juna) 13


El Secretarlo de Trabajo,
Maurice ,\ Tobln, orden que
! los obreros mexicanos imprta-
nos por las granjas del Vaile
Imperial'de California, afecta-
das por la huelga, sean envia-
dos a Mxico.
En una medida cuyo objeto
i aparente es evitar que los me-
xicanos sean utilizados como
rompe-huelgas. Tobin dijo que
consideraba "adecuado" que los
mexicanos sean retirados de las
granlas de] Valle Imperial en
donde los obreros estn en
huelga.
Tobln explic que no todos
i los obreros mexicanos en el
Valle Imperial sern retirados.
-inn solo aquellos en las gran-
Jas afectadas por a huelga de-
clarada por el Sindicato Na-
cional .de Obreros Aercola; afi-
liado a la Federacin Norte-
americana del Trabajo,
!__________________.
Agregan que Filipinas. Irn B:r
mania, Grecia. Yugoeslavli. In-
dochina y Malasia son canU<.-
its para recibir las ocho n-.ll
toneladas' restantes.
Sin embargo, dicen que no lo-
cos esos j>aises recibirn pape, e
i.o ser que prueben que lo ne-
cesitan urgentemente.
La Sears Roebuck
est celebrando
su 65* aniversario
La Sears, Roebuck y Co. est
1 celebrando su 65o. aniversario
icon la mayor venta de vera-
no en- su historia, egn dijo
el seor L. F. Glud, arente de
i la agencia Sears en Panam.
De acuerdo con el seor Glud,
el nuevo catlogo de verano tie-
ne muchas ms gangas que
i cualquier otro catalogo publi-
Icado en los 27 aos que ha es-
i tado con la Sears,
La gigantesca firma de ven-
tas por correos se lniei hace
65 aos bajo la direccin de
Richard Sears, quien en ese en-
! tonces escriba cartas persona-
1 les desde su oficina en North
Red wood. Montana. En 1887
Sears se mud a Chicago, a-
brlendo luego su primera su-
' cursal en Dallas, Tejas.
Hoy da existen ms de once
' sucursales en Chicago. Flladel-
; fia, Bostn, Dallas, Minneapolis,
Memphis, Atlanta. Kansas City.
Seattle Los Angeles y Greens-
i boro.
El primer almacn al detal
de la Sears fue abierto en Chl-
Icago en 1925. Hoy dia los al-
macenes al detal de la Sears
se extienden a travs de Es-
tados "Unidos as como en La
Habana. Cuba: Ciudad de M-
xico. BrasU, Hawaii y Caracas,
Venezuela.
La Sears estableci su repre-
sentacin en Panam desde el
Representantes de
pases con tropas
en Corea se renen
WASHINGTON, junio 13. TJP)
-Los representantes de 16 U-
f iones que tienen tropas pelean-
dp en Corea bajo la bandera de
as Naciones Unidas confer-jn-
caran sta tarde en el Depar-
tamento de Estado.
El grupo se ha estado remiten
do regularmente todas las se-
manas para ser informados so-
bre los progresos militares y
i aiscuslones con Dean AchMttn
1 Sub-Secretarlo de Estado a cax-
igj de los asuntos de las Narlo-
ines Unidas.
Existe la posibilidad que los
representantes sean informadas
sobre las ltimas noticias mis-
tares tradas de Corea por el
Secretarlo de Defensa, George
1 Marshall.
. ron colocadas Junto a la turn
ba del criminal de guerra, co-
laborador de la famosa Il.-a
Koche en la direccin del cam 4
po de concentracin en donddj
cinco mil personas fueron eje-*
i cutadas diariamente.
Entre las coronas haba unv
con la inscripcin del Partid
Socialista del Relch. organiza-
cin poltica neo-nazi.
ao 1936. teniendo numerosos
clientes en nuestras principales
ciudades y en el interior de la
Repblica.
Asignacin de papel
darn a Yugoeslavia
y a pases de Asia
WASHINGTON, Junio 13 (CP>
Fuentes dignas de crdito rtt-
jeron que esperan que la Co-
nisten de Pulpa y Papel de !a
Conferencia Internacional de
Materiales recomiende unaasl-
:.acin de emergencia de cii?z
mil toneladas de papel a Yu-
goeslavia y algunos pases oe:
Cercano y Extremo Oriente.
Vaticinan que India reciu'.i'
dos mil toneladas at se toifll
I
l'AtEH'
VENDIENDO BARATO
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j
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Al entierro de un
jerarca nazi van
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HOESTER. Alemania. Junio 13
. Aproximadamente tres
mil personas se congregaron en
el cementerio de ste pequeo
pueblo de Westfalla para asis-
tir al entierro de Hans Schmidt,
uno de los Jefes nazis del cam-
po de concentracin de Bu-
chenwald, ahorcados en la pri-
sin de Landsberg hace dos
dias.
L fuerza especial de Polica
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entierro a las 3:30-de la tar-
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Un servicio del Instituto de Nu trkion de C. America Panam
Protenas: En los granos leguminosos
y otros vegetales
Los grano* leguminosos seco.-:
tienen un alto contenido de
protema, no solo contienen do-
bla cantidad de proteina que los
cereales sino que se suplemcn-
lan las protenas de arroz y o-
tros cereales. Una cantidad re-
lativamente pequea de esos
granos de leguminosas puede
por consiguiente contribuir subs
tanclalmente al contenido pro-
teico de las dietas con arroz.
Por la cantidad de proteina
que contiene la soya es sobresa-
liente entre estos granos y no
solo por el alto contenido sino
tambin por la eficiencia nutri-
tiva de su proteina que puede
comparrsele con la de la carne
y huevos ya sea que aparezca
sola en las dietas o con cereales-
Las manas, son tambin muy
ricas en proteina, y sta es tan
eficiente como la de la soya.
Los frijoles son considerados
como la mejor fuente de protei-
na entre este grupo de granos
ya que es el que se consume en
mayor cantidad siendo su con-
tenido proteico satisfactorio Un
to en cantidad como en calidad
La costumbre tan difundida de
comer frijol y tortilla podra
formar una fuente de proteina
casi tan efeciente como los ali-
mentos de procedencia animal
U fueran utilizados en propor-
ciones adecuadas.
El resto de los vegetales son
muy pobres en protenas, usual-
mente solo el 50 por ciento de
la proteina total analizada se
calcula sea verdadera proteina,
muy poco es conocido acerca
-le nitrgeno restante. Sin em-
bargo la calidad de esa popa
cantidad de proteina se consi-
dera de buena calidad come su-
cede con las raices farinceas.
En general el contenido de pro-
teina en las diferentes espe.les
de raices y tubrculos difieren
considerablemente.. Aparece por
ejemplo que cuando tales varie-
dades se plantan en un suelo
pobre el contenido de proteina
decrece en estos vegetales.
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1 3 s 4 b~~ L 7 > i J. 111 ijr
18 14
15 16 7
IB i 20 Br
ai 23 26
20 27 28
88 SO 31 32
83 34 i
36 ?6 37 38 39 40
41 42 43 u
45 46 M 47 w
48 51
52 53
Caminos vecinales de Veraguas
sern reparados prximamente
As manifest el Ministro Navarro
de paso hacia David para arreglar
el traspaso de unos terrenos
El MlnUtro de Obras Publi-
cas Ingeniero Norberto Navarro
emprendi esta maana viaje a
la Provincia de Chlriqu, con el
objeto de intervenir en los a-
rreglos con los propietarios de
las tierras colindante con la
carretera David-Remedios, y que
culminarn con la firma de los
contratos en que se cedan al
Gobierno Nacional partes de te-
rrenos para la servidumbre de
la carretera.
Al momento de partir para el
Aeropuerto de Tocumen el Mi-
nistro Navarro manifest que
haba dado rdenes terminan-
tes para iniciar -. trabajos en
los caminos de La Mesa a Cat
nazes, Montljo y Las Palmas en
la Provincia de Veraguas. Es-
tas obras han permanecido en
el ms completo abandono des-
de nace muchsimos aos y los
caminos se hacen intransitables
en la temporada del Invierno.
Se espera que los trabajos ase-
guren el trnsito permanente
de vehculos de esas poblaciones
con santiago la capital de la
Provincir.
"Por dificultades existentes
no se comienza la carretera
por Concepcin", N. Navarro
HORIZONTALES:
1Que mueve, mquina:
6Grado militar.
13Nombre de mujer.
14Que contiene arena.
15Boguen.
16Ciudad sagrada de los
musulmanes.
17Antiguo nombre de la nota
do.
18Condimento.
19Hijo de Layo, rey de Tebas.
31Duea.
22Poco corriente
JtNombre de mujer.
35Colorante.
26Filsofo suramerlcano.
38Quiera con adoracin.
29Del verbo manejar.
22Haces acusaciones
28Del verbo acoger.
24Signo ortogrfico.
35Desafia.
34Adverbio de modo.
3TParaso terrenal.
41Remueve la tierra con el
arado.
42Dar, otorgar fueros.
44Nombre de mujer.
45Ciento uno, en nmeros
romanos.
46Caldo espeso.
47Articulaciones.
43Del verbo acatar.
31Da alojamiento.
62Del verbo soler.
53Planos, sin desnivele?
VERTICALES:
1Fijar la vista en algo.
3Pabelln de los odos
tMiedo, aprensin.
Uno, en ingls.
6Nombre de varn.
6Ruta, carretera.
7Torta antillana de maiz
8Cometo un pecado.
9 Terminacin de diminutivo.
10Teatro Obrero, Inic.
11Tomar para si.
12Cumpleaos.
20Otorgado.
21Espacios de tiempo.
23Igual al 2 vertical.
25Alega.
27rgano de la vista.
28rbol de Venezuela.
29Instrumentos de percusin.
SOAlmohadilla para alfileres.
31Anotacin.
32Caudillo rabe, emir.
34Devastas, arrasas.
38Del verbo aforar.
38Cubos para jugar al azar.
39Enfado, bravura.
40Aparatos para pescar.
42Amarrar.
43Canoa India mexicana.
4(5Amarre.
48Del verbo oler.
50Contraccin.
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El MlnUtro de Obras Pbli-
cas, Ing. Norberto Navarro, nos
ha enviado la siguiente carta
para su publicacin:
Panam, 4 de Junio de 1951.
Seores
L. A. Guerra, Eduardo Ta-
mayo, Abel Rodrguez, Arturo
Agulrre, Klvia de Jurado, y
otros.
La Concepcin.
Provincia de Chirlqui.
Seores:
Con la presente le doy con-
testacin a su memorial fecha-
do el 25 de mayo.
La idea del Ministerio de co-
menzar la Carretera Interame-
rlcana, de David hacia Reme-
dio, est basada en el hecho de
3ue ya hay ofrecimiento de los
if eren tes propietarios colin-
dantes con esa via de dar las
facilidades necesarias para el
establecimiento de la servidum-
bre.
En el tramo de David a Con-
cepcin, se tropieza en primer
lugar con la remocin de las
torres de energa elctrica que
fueron colocadas dem a s i a d o
cerca del eje central de la ca-
rretera y, por lo tanto, el Mi-
nisterio ha decidido ocuparse
primero de los lugares donde
no existen dificultades. Sin em-
bargo, la Carretera Interame-
rlcana cubre la Repblica en-
tera y nunca se ha pensado
dejar a La Concepcin sin los
beneficios que ella aportarla
a nuestro pas.
Tan pronto como los escollos
que hay en el tramo entre Da-
vid y La Concepcin se hayan
eliminado, se tomarn las me-
didas necesarias para llevar a
cabo la obra.
Sin otro particular, quedo
como siempre su atento y se-
guro servidor,
Norberto Navarro,
Ministro de Obras
Pblicas.
En completo abandono se halla
la carretera que comunica a
Las Palmas con la cabecera
Hemos recibido la siguiente
carta para su publicacin :
Excelentsimo Seor
Ing. Norberto Navarro
Ministro de Obras Pblicas
E.S.D.
Excelentsimo seor Ministro:
Nosotros, los abajo firmantes
del presente memorial, residen-
tes en el Corregimiento de La
Palma, Distrito de Las Tablas,
muy respetuosamente, solicita-
mos a Ud. por este medio, se
sirva impartir las rdenes nece-
sarias, para que a la mayor
brevedad posible sea arreglado
el tramo de carretera que une
a este importante Corregimiento
con el Distrito Capital de la
Provincia de Los Santos y que
a su vez, es ste el que nos une
ron los principales mercados de
la "i-pblica, tales como los de
Chttre, Panam y Coln.
Es el caso. Excelentsimo Se-
or, que este tramo de carre-
tera fue construido por la Ad-
ministracin del seor de la
Guardia y que a travs de los
aos se ha mantenido en casi
un completo estado de aban-
dono.
Conociendo cmo es usted, en
cuanto a mejoramientos de los
pueblos del Interior de la Re-
pblica, nos hemos permitido
dirigirle la presente con el fin
de que tenga usted a bien or-
denar los trabajos solicitados.
Debido a que en esta parte de
la carretera existe una cantera
con abundante material, pie-
dra, para hacer todo el trabajo,
consideramos que usted no ten-
dr Inconveniente en Impartir
la orden pertinente.
Del Excelentsimo Seor Mi-
nistro, con toda consideracin.
Julio Csar Salasar, Rubn
Daro Salatar. Eugenio Batista
B., Gonzalo Gonzlez, Jorge Ri-
vera, Nicanor Batista. Virgilio
Cernid, Rrigido Diaz, Cupertino
Melgar, Manuel Cernid, Francis-
co Moreno, Eduvigis Garcfa, Ce-
lestino Garca, Benizno Vergara
I!., Augusto Chanis, Norman VI-
llarreal, (alalino Cedeo, Da-
nilo Villarreal, Rosendo Domn-
guez. Evergito Cedeo y siguen
muchas firmas ms.
La Palma. Mayo 21 de 1951.
REPORTE SEMANAL
El Mercado de Arroz
en los Estados Unidos
Protestan en Aguadulce por
el alto costo de la luz
AGUADULCE, junio 12 (Co-
rresponsal) Numerosas per-
sonas se han acercado a este
corresponsal para protestar con-
tra el inmoderado precio del
kilovatio de energa elctrica en
Aguadulce.
Asimismo se hace necesario
que la Panam Elctrica, S.A.
nombre a un corredor de cuen-
tas que habra de llevar las
mismas de casa en casa a fin
de que los deudores sepan a
cunto asciende el monto, an-
tes de hacerlas efectivas.
La demanda de energa elc-
trica en esta poblacin es ya de
tal magnitud que si se justifica
una equitativa reduccin de la
tarifa, como sera bien visto el
nombramiento del corredor de
cuentas que hemos sugerido.
Nos remitimos al buen tacto
de los empresarios menciona-
dos.
'Casa del Pueblo' por valor de
B. 10.000 inaugurarn pronto
en la Ciudad de Aguadulce
Los Inspectores de Educacin
pedirn que se les asigne el
sueldo que ellos se rebajaron
Los mercados del arroz conti-
nuaron tranquilos. Los mercados
de arroz en cascara estuvieron
Inactivos, consistiendo las ven-
tas en pequeos lotes de arroz
para siembras o del sobrante de
ios siembras. Se Inform que la
nueva cosecha estaba progre-
sando satisfactoriamente pero
en el sur-oeste de Louisiana y
en algunos sectores de Arkan-
sas se est necesitando la lluvia.
El arroz descascarado continua-
ba saliendo de los molinos en
buen volumen, pero estos em-
barques son por compromisos
previos y no hay evidencia de
nuevos contratos. El mercado
Cubano estuvo haciendo pedi-
dos para embarques despus del
lo. de Julio, pero el mercado
del Hawaii ha aflojado. Los
embarques a Puerto Rico, espe-
cialmente desde California, han
continuado siendo grandes.
Produccin Mundial
La produccin mundial de a-
rroz de 1950-51 (de Agosto a
Julio) fu calculada por la Ofi-
cina de Relaciones Agrcolas Ex-
tranjeras en 342,000 millones de
libras de arroz en cascara, com-
Etrada con 339,000 millonee de
bras hace un ao. La cantidad
de tierras sembradas ha sido la
mas grande que se haya regis-
trado, pero la baja produccin
en algunos pases redujo la co-
secha a un nivel ms bajo de
lo que se esperaba. La cosecha
en Asia, que representa el 92
por ciento, est Calculada en
316,000 millones de libras de a-
rroz en cascara, comparada con
313,000 millones de libras en
1949-50. En Burma, China, Tai-
wan, Japn, Indonesia y Pakis-
tn hubo un aumento en la co-
secha. En India, Corea, Malaya
y las Filipinas las cosechas fue-
ron bajas. Se espera que la
produccin de arroz en los tres,
pases exportadores Thailand,
Burma e Indo-China supere
a la del ao pasado.
En Europa se logr la mayor
cosecha en su historia. La pro-
duccin de ste ao est calcu-
lada en 2,900 millones de libras,
o sea un aumento de 15 por
ciento sobre la cosecha ante-
rior y un 22 por ciento sobre
el promedio de antes de la gue-
rra. Los aumentos ocurrieron en
todos los pases arroceros fuera!
de los Balcanes. Los clculos}
oUclales sobre la produccin del
Egipto Indican que la produc-1
clon de ste pas ser igual ai
la del ao pasado. En Australia
tambin se logr una cosecha
"record" con un considerable a-
mento en su produccin. La co-
secha de arroz en el Hemisferio
Occidental fue un poco menor
que el ao pasado y se calcula
que se produjeron 13,900 millo-
nes de labras de arroz, compa-
rados con 14,200 millones el ao
anterior. La produccin norte-
americana fu menor debido a
r_^ k*_i
FIESTA
que la siembra fu menor tam-
bin. Sin embargo, Mxico y Cu-
ta lograron cosechas mayores.
La baja produccin de la Ame-
rica del Sur se debi principal-
mente a que no se sembr sufi-
ciente en Brasil y Chile.
Arroz en Cascara
Hubo muy poca actividad en
los mercados de arroz en cas-
cara, ya que los productores han
vendido sus cosechas, con ex-
cepcin de unos cuantos lotes
de arroz para siembra y unas
cuantas cantidades que sobra-
ron de la siembra. Se informa
que la nueva cosecha est lo-
grando progresos favorables en
el cinturn del sur. pero en
Louisiana y Arkansas hace fal-
ta lluvia.
En el cinturn de Tejas el
tiempo ha sido favorable y el
arroz est creciendo. En Arkan-
sas falta todava algo por sem-
brar. Lo mayora de los agricul-
tores estn cambindose hacia
el Zenlen y Southern Pearl para
sembrarlos de ltimo. 8e Infor-
ma que la semilla de buena ca-
lidad escasea.
Arroz Descascarado
;
AGUADULCE, junio 12 (Co-
rresponsal)Prximamente ser
inaugurada la "Casa del Pue-
blo", obra que se lleva a cabo
mediante el concurso d 'o --
guadulceos. Su valor ha sido
estimado en B.lO.uuu y tt>. para desarrollar toda clase de
actividades culturales. Desde el
Alcalde hasta el ms humilde
vecino se confunden en un solo
haz de trabajo.
No hay dudas de que tras los
seores Virgilio Vargas de Len,
Air aide del Distrito. Alejo Ji-
mnez, Presidente de la Junta
Patronal de San Juan Bautista,
y 11 constructor Yanls gira un
grupo de dinmicos caballeros
que ponen en muy alto grado
el espritu de empresa de esta
ciudad. Un ejemplo ms de que
Aguadulce se rehace por sus
propias manos.
SANTIAGO, Junio 12 (Corres-
ponsal) Mediante convenio
cordial entre el cuerpo de Ins-
pectores de la Repblica y el ex
Ministro de Educacin profesor
Max Arosemena. celebrado el a-
o pasado, se hizo rebaja de los
.'neldos en forma proporcional a
los Inspectores de Educacin
con el fin de que se mantuviera
en sus posiciones a cuatro su-
pervisores que por razn de e-
conomia Iban a ser suspendidos.
El cuerpo de Inspectores fue
aplaudido por la ciudadana
consciente del pas al aceptar
aquella rebaja sin que esta me-
dida alterara en nada nuestra
ley de sueldos.
Un ao ha transcurrido de
tan edificante cooperacin. In-
formes que hemos recogldb In-
dican que cuerpo de Inspectores
se dirigir respetuosamente al
ciudadano Presidente de la Re-
pblica y al Ministro de Edu-
cacin solicitando que se res-
tablezcan los sueldos que la ley
seala siempre y cuando que
las actuales condiciones del Fis-
co as lo permitan.
ESPAOLA
L GAITERO
Hubo muy poco cambio en la
situacin de los mercados de
arroz descascarado en los prin-
cipales centros de molienda. Los
pedidos estuvieron flojos en
Houston, aunque se inform que
los mercados Cubanos estn ha-
ciendo pedidos, especialmente
de arroz con gran porcentaje
de quiebre. Los precios se man-
tuvieron sin cambio alguno, y.
el Patna v Bluebonnet se coti-
zaron a $11.50-11.75. el Zenith,
a $10.50. y el arroz de segunda,
residuos y arroz para cerveza
a los precios establecidos por el
control de precios. El afrecho se
cotiz a $49.00-50.00 la tonela-
da. En Nueva Orleans se re-
portaron varias ventas de Re-
xoro con 50 por ciento de quie-
bre, los cuales fueron hechas
a los mercados Cubanos para
embarque en Junio y, Julio. Los
precios continuaron firmes con
el Rexoro To. 2 y el Bluebonnet
a $11.60, el Ntra a $11.00, el Ze-
nith a $10.50, los granos gran-
des de segunda a $7.50-8.00, los
residuos y arroz para cerveza a
$7.00 el quintal.
Una demanda bastante ac-
tiva prevaleci en Nueva York,
reflejando la demanda de los
minoristas. Los precios se man-
tuvieron a $13.00-13.25 por el
Rexoro y otros granos similares.
sl2,25-12.50 por el Fortuna y
$11.73-12.00 por el Zenith.
i I Ventas al Extranjero
Las ventas de arroz norte-,
americano -a los mercados Cu-
banos variaron 'de $12.35 por el;-
Rexoro con un 4 por ciento de
quiebre a $10.25 por el arroz
con un 50 por ciento de quiebre.
El Zenith con un 50 por ciento
de quiebre se vendi a $9.00 el.
quintal, c.i.f., en puertos Cuba-
nos. Los envos durante la se-
mana fueron de 54,950 quintales,
subiendo el total desde el co-
mienzo de la temporada a 5-
513,000 quintales. La cosecha
para 1950-51 de Cuba que ya ha
sido pilada casi en su totalidad
se calcula en 143 millones de
libras de arroz en cascara. Esta
es la mayor cosecha Cubana y ,
es un 6 por ciento mayor que
la del ao pasado. Se espera
que de sta cosecha salgan 8t
millones de libras de arroz des-
cascarado, comparadas con 84
millones el ao pasado.

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Comida
El seor Clarence Mrquez y
seora Maria P. de MaxQuez
ofrecieron anoche una comida
en su residencia, para agasajai
a la seorita Ana Lucrecia
Arlas y al seor Guillermo An-
dreve R quienes contraern
matrimonio a fines de la pr-
xima semana.
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Para agasajar a la seorita
Ana Lucrecia Arlas con moti-
vo de su prximo matrimonio
la seorita Rita Andreve Ro-
bles ofrece hoy un t en el Club
de Golf, al cual ha sido invi-
tado un grupo de sus amigas.
Despedida dt .Soltera
La seora flor de Maria S.
de Patterson ofrece hoy un t
en su residencia, para despe-
dir de su vida de soltera a la
seorita Ana Eugenia Lope/
Calleja, quien contraer mauri-
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Circulan las participacin*
para el matrimonio de la se-
orita Ana Eugenia Lpez Ca-
lleja, hija del seor Juan B.
Lpez Calleja y seora Alicia de
Lope/ Calleja, y el caballero
Coln O. Lara, hijo del seor
Francisco Lara y seora Julia
H. de Lara, acto que se verifi-
car el sbado 16 de junio a
las 6 p.m. eo la Iglesia de Cris-
to Rey.
Cambios de Residencia
El seor Arnold Henrique Q
y seora han trasladado su re-
sidencia a la Calle 40 No. 13
en donde se ponen a las rde-
nes de sus amistades.
La desaparicin misteriosa de des diplomticos.
El Profesor Hans Hanowits y
seora se ponen a las ordene
de sus numerosas amistades, er
su nueva residencia en la Ca-
lle 6a. final, en Las Cumbres.
Condolencia
Repentinamente falleci ayei
en nuestra capital el seor Ri-
cardo E. Arango, miembro de
distinguida familia panamea
Enviamos nuestro sentido p-
same a sus hermanos, seor F-
lix Oller y seora Abigail A. de
Oller, seor Harmodlo Arose-
mena Forte y seora Juanita A
de Arosemena, seor Florencio
Arosemena Forte y seora Ma-
ra Ester A. de Arosemena. se-
or Belisarlo Arango y seora
Isabel Alcedo de Arango y a
sus numerosos deudos y fami-
liares.
De los Estados Unidos
Presentamos un cordial salu
do de bienvenida al seor
Juan Brln y seora Emilia G
de Brln y a su hija seorita
Rita Brln, quienes llegaron
ayer de Nueva Orleans.
temporada de vacaciones visi-
tando a sus familiares.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Elsie P. de
Brln, quien se encuentra re-
cluida en la Clnica San Fer-
nando.
Guarda cama en el Hospital
Panam la seora Eugenia de
de la Togna. Ojal mejore pron-
to.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
el Hospital Panam la seorita
Felicita Velarde. Que mejore
pronto son nuestros deseos.
Chile condecora a dos destacados
hombres de negocios de EE. UU.
Se despide ho
el Mago Chang de
Teatro Bella Vlsfc
En la funcin de hoy anun
clan la despedida del amos,
mago Chang, artista de am
internacional, quien ha actua-
do en el Bella Vista con ur.
xito pocas veces visto en Pa-
nam. En el espectculo qur
nos ha presentado Chang, se
destacan Shirley Pablo, cantan-
te de una voz dulce, Los Ate-
nienses, magnficos atletas o-
limplcos. Silvana Subly, baila-
rina clsica y el conjunto t-
pico panameo de Lenidas Ca-
Jar todos cooperan en la pre-
sentacin de este fantstico es-
pectculo de Chang.
Creca.
Los lunclonarios indican ir-t
Cannon W U. Edwards, jefe e
:.i mlsln y el personal que con
l ha trabajado, han ayudado
a salvar las vidas de gran n
.aero de nios de la nueva Ge-
neracin de Orela.
Su actuacin, ha declarado el
Fondo, es "un notable ejemplo
de cunto puede alcanaarse hc-
dlante la cooperacin inter clonal".
MEJORE su
Desde hace varios das se en-
cuentra recluido en la Clnica
San Fernando el seor Manuel
Espinosa. Pronta mejora le de-
seamos.
VENDIENDO BARATO
VENDEMOS MAS
Grata estada le deseamos a
las seoritas Gloria Mara y
Sonya Ester Durue Garca
quienes llegaron ayer de Wash-
ington con el fin de pasar la
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Nuestra pintura Top
All en todos los colo-
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RICARDO A. MIRO, S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4 Telfonos 1-S335 y 2-29M
Naciminto
Est de plcemes el hogar del
Sr. Hugo Oerl y Sra. Giull&na
S. de Geri por el nacimiento
de un hermoso nio, Alessan-
dro. en el Hospital Gorgas. Re-
ciban do nuestra parte las ms
sinceras felicitaciones.
WASHINGTON, Junio 13 -
iUSISi La Orden Mrito de
Chile, de Bernardo de 0'Hlgg:.s.
ha sido otorgada a dos promi-
nentes hombres de- negocios ce
ls Estados Unidos. -
El embajador de Chile, doctor
Flix Nieto del Rio, confiri el
j grado de Gran Oficial de la ,den a Thomas J. Watson, F.e-
.-iiiente de la International uu-
[sinnes Machines Corporation,
por la labor por l realizada
en pro del fomento de me j ees
relaciones entre Chile y los Ls-
I (ados Unidos.
Joseph T. Wilson, tambin de
Is IBM, recibi el grado de O-
ficial.
Watson, quien desde hace mu
cho tiempo ha sido amigo del
Pi estrente de Chile, Gabriel
Gonzlez vicela, escribi recien-
temente un libro Intitulado
"Campen de la Democracia"
relativo a la visita del Presiden-
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Carmen de a L. de Na-
varro.
8ra. Deyanira de Poyl.
Sra. Mara del Pilar S. de Al-
tamlranda.
Sra. Chita V. de Luzcando.
Sra. EJvlra Verbel.
Dr. Antonio Gonzlez Revllla
8r. Justo Arosemen.
Sr. Oulllermo Andreve R.
Sr. Alejandro A. Duque.
Nio Manuel Antonio Correa.
Nio Vctor Manuel More-
no Jr.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Carolina Ch. de Navarro.
Sita. Ana Cecilia Jlmnes
Quelquejeu.
Sr. Olmedo Alfaro P.
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y uas.
Consultas por previa cita solamente.
Via Espaa No. 1 Telfono 3-1073
te chileno a fes Estados Unios
n abril de 1950.
Termina labores una
misin de socorro
a la Infancia
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
\ork, Junio 12 (USI8( La
Misin del Fondo Internacional
de las Naciones Unidas para H
Ayuda de Emergencia de la in-
fancia, establecida en 1947, ter-
minara sus labores el 30 de ju-
2.1o. despus de haber propor-
cionado artculos por valor de
ocho millones de dlares a los
nios griegos.
Los funcionarlos del Fondo
dicen que un representante de!
mismo permanecer en Orela
despus de este cierre, y que
habr fondos disponibles pira
el desarrollo de proyectos de
largo alcance, para el bienestar
y la salud de los pios do
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No permita fue neo dolores articulare U istpitsa realizar iui
.aaaacareo.
Qaias la actividad aaeate de iui nilones permite que cierto*
"" J totcaot, tale como loo cristales de cido trico,
permaatzcar eo su organismo, trayendo como ooaaectaaoa dolores
ms o meaos ersiiteatei sue hacen imiii enlomar manaueato.
Pmeke las Pildoras De Witt pars loo Rutoaes y la Vafea.
Activan la funcin ranal, favoreciendo una mejor sumas uta do loo
desocaos quo ton ana causa probable de sue aaeaauantea. "ni
ejorosa una suave accin antisptica y baleeawca on al aparato
urinario.
Muebles SIMMONS de gran belleza
para su terraza..
CMPRELOS HOY EN CLUB Y LOS TENDR
EN SU CASA PARA NAVIDAD
ue delicia!
Conocidas eo loo eiaeo e
expanden en todas las farmacia* del
oil doras.
Ndoraa Dt Wht te
oa (rascas de 40 y ISO
DCS
. porque tengo uns
madrecits.que escoge lo
mejor para mf... Aceite
Johnson, que conserva
la piel libre dr rozaduras
e irritaciones
...y Jabn
Johnson, suave, puro,
espumoso, refrescante.
Pildoras De WITT
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"ACEITE VECETAL MEXICANO"
Devuelve a los cabellos su primitivo color,
hayan sido stos rubios, castaos o negros.
NO ES NOCIVO NO MANCHA
Es un producto de calidad
Premiado sn varias Exposiciones.
Distribuidor: Jaime Ventura E.
HOY a las 8:30 p. m.
en las emisoras de la
Radio Programas Continental
ssa
fMn
Divn,
dos sillas
y una mesa
B7.4.50
en CLUB
con las Kamo-
ElDiabld
La Casa de loa Vidrios y los Linleos
Facilidades de Pago Servicio a Domicilio
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. .y la actuacin especial
del inimitable cancionero
MIGUEL ACEVES MEJIA
CflliOOD WOOIjCTu .'OUOlO
LOS PRODUCTOS tSSO
PUERTAS DE ACERO
ENROI.LABI.ES
Afente:
Jaime Ventura
A MI NO ME
ENGAAN..
A mi edad, la vida ma ha anuaria-
do unas cuantat cosas .. como
pudo descubrir mi hija.
A poco de casarse con Luis ma
Invitaron a su cata, a comer. Co-
menz la comida por una sopa do
pollo con tallarines. Estaba deli-
ciossima y asi te lo dije. "Pero
a mi no me engafiaa", hube da
decirle. "Esta es Sopa de Pollo
con TallarinesCampbell'a. Nohica
ms que probar los tiernos Iroxot
de pollo y los exquisitos tallarines,
que por cierto loa hacen con hue-
vo, y el aabrosisimo caldo, para
averiguar que no poda ser tino
Campbell's."
Tienes raznme explic mi hija
. Campbell'a hace eata topa con
tiernos y carnosos pollos. Adems
la Sopa da Pollo con Tallarines
Campbell'a es facilsima de pre-
parar. Basta agregar Igual canti-
dad de agua, caltntar, y a la
metal
Todo la familia celebrar
esta deliciosa combinacin
Jubo da Fruta
PANQUEQUES AUNT JEMIMA
MaatsatiUa Saaee Jamea Me
Cal
Cmo gozarn los suyos comien-
do los eiquisitos Panqueques Aunt
Jemima! Y se preparan en an dos
por tres porque tienen ys listos!
Solo hsy que agregar leche o agua
(ea partes iguales) a ls receta m-
gica de Auni Jemima y balar la
mezcla basta que quede susvt. En-
tonces le *ierte ls cantidsd deseada
sobre uns sartn caliente untada
con manteca o aceite, se dora el
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I PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN*!*
MIRCOLES, JUNIO 13, 1951
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NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc
Que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
72 palabras.
3e por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Av* Ttvoll No. 4
Til. 1-2291
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque de Leurpn
Panam

NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 de Jull*
Tel. 2-S44I
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave. Melndei 10.038
Tel. 255 Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 Oeste No. 54.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" No. 57 Panam
Ava. Central 12-170Catea.
^SE VENDE
^Miscelnea*
SE VENDE
Bienes Hutcs
SI VENDEN:Ca ro. tubeno negro.
ccern oconalado. Fi-T i.'trln
oiilodct paro cielo! raioil n.ode- i
til, lovom.ir.os tve usados, etc. a
los precios mii bajos en plato. I
agencia:, globales, vio Espo-|,
o. llegando a !uon Froaco. Tal.
3-1503 !.-
Accjbomos da recib cemento blan-
r.q cato u ventd. CA oe HORIE-
GA. S A Pande no. No. 15 Tel
-026C
CA. DE LEFEVRE Tal. 2-3332
VENDE LOTES
Pago inicio I mmimo B. 100.00
Mensual B.I 5.00
o Lotei con Colles y Acueductos de
la Ciudod drde B.1.00 el metro
A'rjjilamos equipo pesado pora
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilamos lotes o lorgos plazos.
Club de 'otes. B.3.C0 y B.4 00
semanores
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Automvil De Soto,de
tres alientos, propio paro vioie al
interior. Tel. 2-C09I.
VACACIONES ECONMICAS
MIAMI BEACH7 din B. 174.25
Mndez y Zubie'a ofrece en venta
) ucoenes Abotoir.
!SE VENCE;Por motivo de vioje, la
acreditado Barbera Europeo. Ca-
I lie 17 Oeste No. 7Q.
SE VENDE:Un Panel International
1949. Verlo e a 12 p. m. Calle
16 y calle C "La Parada".
SE VENDE: Camin Ford 1942
I 1-2 tonelada. Precio B. 1,500.
Buenas condiciones. Dirjase Gara-
ge Servicio Pblico. Calle'"B" No
70.
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet as-
taca, modelo 1941 en muy bue-
nas condiciones. Vea seor Molt,
estacin Valds. Ave. A No. 1*7.
Pasa?,- Triado, A.oiomien.o. Ex: ; SE VENDE :-Lo.es pora residencias. SE VENDt:-Codil..e 1950^ modelo
cur,cn1S. En Bella Vista y Altos de. Golf, lo- ^ "* sedo. Cadriioc 1951.
formes Carlos S bouste. Telfono
NEW YORK6 dios mii B.87.15 2 4464
Fasoie en tren, Troslcdos. Alojomien------------------------------- --------
te Eaturtiones I Prestamos dinero sobre hipotecas de [
terrenos o casas. Informes Eho'
MEXICO 10 dios B.325.00. Ortiz, Avenida Jutio Arosemena i
Pas'oje, Traslados Alojam.ento, Ex- 64.
rurione.
PANAMA TOURS TRAVEL SERVICE
Ave Tvoli No. 18 Panamo 2-2006.
SE VENCE:Por motivo viaje, en
Ave, Central No. 217. Celidonia,
l refretqjetia La Victoria. Precio
de ocasin.
SE VENCE: -- Juego comedor dos | sf- VE> DE:Caso y negocio de Can-
il esos, esmaltadas, refrigeradora
gas. Plomera Nacicnol, Avenida
Centrol 210. haba calle 32 Este.
SE VENDE:Equipo de carpintera:
Trompo de hierro. 30 x 30. Trozo-
dor. uno circular. Todo con sus mo-
tores. Calle lo. No. 4, Vista Her-
mosa.. Tel. 3-2536.
tina-Restaurante 'El Radio", San
Francisco de a .Caleta, calle 2a.
Entenderse olli mismo.
SE VENDE:Por no poder atenderlo
pequeo almacn en la Avenida I ---------
Centrol 164. 'Lo Dalia Azul",; SE ALQUILA:
mognfica oportunidad.
modelo 61, negro sedon, con ra-
dio, llantas bloncos Icxtros^, nue-
vo, pora entrego inmediata en la
cgencio. Uno gra marca Loraine
de 15 toneladas con pluma de 45
pies. 3 comicnes International,
Volquete K I I de 5 tonelodoi.
Un camin Volquete, International
K8 de 10 ruedas con wmche. 4
autobuses de metal con carrocera
Wayne Chevrolet. Llame al tele-
fono 3-01 14 de 8 a. m. a 6 p. m.
o ol 3-2487 de 6 p. m. a 9 p. m
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILAApartamento omobla-
do, una recmara, agua caliente,
telfono, ropa y cristalera. Vio
Espaa 2022. Informes Calle 40
No. 25, telfono 3-1880.
CUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Amplio y ventilado
oportamento. Calle Ricardo Arias
No. 8 Informes en los bajos.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento amplio,
dos recmoras, salo-comedor, ca-
lle 43 No. 41.
SE ALQUILA:- Apartamento grande,
cmodo, en calle primera No. 18.
altos. Sr. Rm, Banco Nacional.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
recmara, sala comedor. En Via
Belisorio Porros, final. Tel. 2-1602.
'SE VENDE:O alquila terreno ms
Cuarto amoblado en
cosa de familia, para doma. Ocu-
rra Va Espaa 36 Apto ,G.
SE ALQUILA:- Apartamento de una
recmara, sola-comedor. En colle
50 No. 23. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento moder-
rio de una recmara, garage. Va
Belisorio Potras 168.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
acondiconado, cosa No. 5. Calle
la. Perejil. Lime Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento cuatro
cuartos, servicio, cocino, porch,
B.55.00. Calle la. Carrasquilla
53-B. parada del Teotro Edn.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento orno-
blado. dos recmaras, sola-come-
dor, porch. Calle 45 No. 34, Bello
Visto.
SF VENDE: Mquinas de escribir i
nuevas, tipo "fiema, o B. 165-00. J
Orurro o "PORRAS" Avenida!
Central 163.
de dos Hectreas 120.27 i Mts 21
con caso; propio para Urbaniza-
cin o para grandes depsitos. Si-
tuodo ol lodo derecho carretera
Pueblo Nuevo, frente Calle 4a..
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos en Pueblo
Nuevo, B. 12.00. Infrmese Oficina
Grlabert, Jernimo de la Ossa No.
10.
Vi-.to Hermosa Haga sus ofertos SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado.
BALINtRAS: En tomnos vonodos ;
paro satisfocer cualquiera neccsi- j
dad F ICAZA y COMPAA, qanGAS: Porque Lefevre. Colle 9o..
o A. D.. Aportado 765, Ponom.
No aceptamos intermediarios.
fresco con balcn, poro hombre
solo Calle Colombia No. 8, apar-
tomento 5. Telfono 3-0338,
Avenida B 79
SE VENDE: -Bolonza marco "Tole^
do" cos nuevo, de I 5 Lbs. de ca-
pocidad. Avenida Ancn No. 13.
S VENDE: Mezcladora elctrica
oara hgeer mezcla para bloques de
concreto. Atenida 4 de Julio No.
51.'
Cholet de 2 recmaros, 2 bonos,
sola y comedor, cuorto de servicio.
piscina. B. 10.000.00, facilidodes
de pogo. El Valle: Chalet sobre
lote con rio. muebles, acciones del
acueducto. B. 5,5 00.00. Lotes:
Altos del Golr, a B.J.75 M2 y de-
ms urbonizociones o precios sim-
lormente boios WoHf y Co., Co-
lle 5o.. 22. TeL. 2-2388.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto en colle lo.
Pereiil, No. 18. pora caballero so-
lo y de buenas costumbres, in-
formes oltos.
EL
CANAL DE PANAMA OFRECE
EN VINTA EDIFICIOS
MISCELNEA
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblodo,
pora hombre solo, en parte cntri-
co. Informes Tel. 2-4040.
PERDIDO
SOLICITASE PROPUESTAS PARA
El Canal de Panam ofrece en venta, i SUMINISTRAR REVISTAS
ol mejor postor, los edificios Nos. ei Canal de Panam solicita prepues-
355. 407, 420. 438 y 442, en An- ,as paro summistror 147 Revistas,
con; 334, 358 y 368, en Gatun; bajo propuestas sellados que han de
lfl5, en Cristbal; 3345, en Camp |abrirse el da 18 de junio de 1351.
Bierd. Se recibirn los propuestas Se puede obtener el Formulario No.
PERDIDO:Maletin conteniendo lis-
ta de precios nicamente de valor
pora su dueo Se gratificar o
quien lo 'devuelva a lo Botica
Francesa, Avenido Central 46. No
se horn preguntas.
selladas, en le oficina del Superin-
tendente de Almacenes, en Balboa.
hasto las 10 y 30 de lo moona del
28 de Juruo de 1951, cuando se han
de abrir er. publico Se pueden con-
seguir los formularios para las pro-
puestos, con los pormenores comple-
tos, en.los oficinas del Superinten-
dente de Almacenes, Balbc.i, y en
las de los Administradores de Cosos
(Housing Managers) n Balboa Hgts.
y en Cristbal.
SE COMPRA 1
SE COMPRA: Hillman Estate o|
Truck Panel, buen precio, Bolboo,
2-1591. llame mircoles, jueves.
SE COMPRA: Mesa y sillos poro
bor. Llomor Tel. 2-2522 de 9 o.
m.
398 del despacho del Superintenden-
te de Almacenes. Balboa, telfono 2-
2777.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de uno
recmaro, salo-comedor, por solo
B.55.00. En calle la. No. 9, Tel.
2-1602.________
SE ALQUILAN:Modernos aparta-
mentos de dos dormitorios, alo-
comedor, cocina y ervicios, con
balcn hocio lo calle por B.80.00
mensuales. Casa No. 6 y No. 8.
Calle 36 Este. Ocurro a Quijcmo,
Colle 8o. No. 15.
RINDE MAS. ..
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS. CHICOS
Do venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
SE ALQUILAN:En el Edificio Ruiz,
cosa No. 15. Calle 2a. Perejil. Mo-
dernos opartamentos de una rec-
mara, sola-comedor y cocina por
B.60.00 mensuoles. Ocurro o Qui-
jano. Colle 8a. No. 15.
SE ALQUILAN:En lo caso No. 15
de la Calle la. Perejil hoy dos
aportamentos de una recmoro.
sola-comedor y cocina en B.55.00
mensuales cada uno y uno de dos
recmaras, dos servicios, salo-co-
medor y cocino por B.80.00. Ocu-
rro a Quijono, Calle 8a. No. 15.
AVISO
a nuestro* clientes de la
COLA WELDWOOD
Al fin licit el pedido
tan demorado.
Por primera vez hay en
Panam latas de 3H os.
basta de 25 libras.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-0140
Ciudad de Panam
Aviso de Remate
Ki Biitcrltt
Primero del
SE NECESITA:Empleada que pue-
da presentar recomendacin. Buen
sueldo. Calle 48 No. 23, Apio. 4.
Secretarlo del Jusgada SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera con
circuit le i'iiiiunm. en referencias. Que viva en la cosa.
rumin*?* de Aguacil EJMulor, al ubticoi rail- 31 E HACI SABER: I e ________
Q-ir en el juicio ejecutivo iii* A!, i.lo*
GOBllH adelanta contra I* Srtalos ir
[Roberta Hiera Harcatneiriii. n ha -
I ft lado km borai lgale del riu ica Ir
[tilio prximo \ enturo, parn un tonga
I lunar en ota tribunal. nMdlante lo* tr-
| mltea del eaan, la venta -n pblica II-
a.tut del Ifutent* bloat
SE ALQUILA
Locales
it ALQUILAN.Exclu./emente oo-
ro oticinos locles cntricos en los
oitos de Avenido Centrol 44 o
precios mdico* Soliciten infor-
macin on Almacenos 5 y '0 con-
tuvos
JE ALQUILs:Local pora oficina
arriba del Teatro Central
SE ALQUILA: Locol grande pora
deposito en lo calle S. Pora mi -
mes llame oficina Baquenzo. Tel.
3-0699.
SE ALQUILA: Locol evpocoso. a-
propiado panadera, lavandera, etc.
o deixi-.tos en calle 5a. No. 38. In-
formes Ave. Pei No. 58
SE ALQUILA:Locol apropiado pa-
ra barbera en k>s bajes de lo co-
se No. 8 de lo calle 36 Este Ocu-
rro s Quijono. Calle 8a No. 15.
SE ALQUILA:Un locol pora nego-
cio. Colle lo No. 4, Vistd Hermo-
. sa. Tel 3-2536.
SE ALQUILA:--Locles de diferentes
tmanos, lugar cntrico y cerner-
ciol, loao Ca Internacional de
Ventas. Colle 26 Este v Ave Cu-
ba. Ocurra misrro edificio Aptc. 13,
C. Dioz, horas de oficina.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
"I "in n nmero I .ISO que ron-
mc en un lote dr terrena qe for-
ma parta de la Nnea denominada 'I-a
Providencia' y cana en l rnnatruida
tic un Rolo pi.o. pmede de quinrlia >
tOcho e hierro a amilaiio, ubicada en
la poblacin de Cnpira. Distrito de
Bejuco Lindero* v medida* de la
caa: 'imita por el Norteo <""n pro-
piedad de Uanael JJ. Caballero. jui
y Eato. ejdoi da la poblaclan v por
el Ocftle. carretera Nacional y mide
lera mot roa de frente por cinco >
medio metro* nV fondo ocupnndo un
uperfleje dp cuarenta v un Bietroi
IrODtfl centmetro* Lindero* > med*
4aa del terreno: Del puni A al
p''i< uno, ciento chenla a rudos
lata minuto, acimut una du-
la i;t de ttenla metro*, se lleca a1
plinto do ron un nuulo acimut
ciento ttenla y doa grado* quince
minuto que cata a una di-lancia del
punto A de *etenta | dea metro
cantimetrn, limitando ata
......I rl Arta de la poblacin
de Capita. e l'cfa al punto try con
un anrulo Aiimu' ciento ventiatl
e|i minutoi coa una distancia
del punto A de treinta y tres me-
tr.* ochenta reatlmetroa e llera
al punto rual.....oa ua anif,:lo ari-
ntut euareaii rratlo venti-inco mi-
loa '"n una dlataacla da ochenta
\ doa metro. tirtc ifiitimrlroi limi-
tando -'la do* Mteaafoaea eon e'
i rea de la poblacin de Ce pira, r
I punln cinco con un ngulo
acimut i-it re* aradoa treintt-inco
" ata del punta K ciento
tro ii.< i chenla eenii-
Hmttaado eia eaieatli n
fin.a de Hanuel Caballero: e Mera
al o mo ii,c\c coa un ancuco azimut
veintin arado* refale minuto ti<
i d- \ reatMda metro e- ;
enta centimetmi limitando rata ex- I
rea i I punto ano con la
N* IomL 1 lena una uper-
fi ie de elnen mil seaen*a v Irea me.
Ico euadradoa eon veinte centime

Set vi-* de bae pora rl rem-e ta B-
m* .io ireetientoa .antiaieta (B,*J
P*-tur admlalbla la'que no
<*:". i or lo menoa la doa tercera
parte de e*a suma.
Tara habilitarse como poatnr e re-
qaiera coaalsnar prov(menla en el de*.
pacho al claco por tent de ca tumi
Hnata la cuBtro de la tarde te oirn
I propuoalaa que e hagin y deade
esa ho'a haata It* claco de la laida laa
mjjai v repujas v e adjudicar al bien
en remal al mejor postor.
I' SO fija el preaenta oviao
i turar philen de asta da spar ha hoy
B> i i to de mil noveeiento cin-
cu"nta *
i $*< irUriu. en funcione de Alguacil
Ejecutor.
i DO) RAUL CMO. LortZ G.
v sopla,
l'anania, | de Junio de 11.
E NECESITA:Empleada Calle 52
Este No. 10, apartamento 6, Baila
Vir.to.
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinera.
Buen sueldo. Calle 50 No. 14, ol-
tos, mono derecha.
SE NECESiTA:Cocinera que sepa
su oficio, no liene que dormir en
el empico, informes en colle lo.
P-rcjil No. 18. altos.
SE NECESITA:Niera con expe-
riencia Muy buen sueldo. Ocrra-
se colle Colombio No. 20. Apto. 4.
Intil presentarse s< no tiene ex-
periencia.
SE NECESITA:Persona responsoble
poro cuidar un baby. Debe dormir
en cosa, se requiere expenencio
y recomendaciones. Acudo Calle
33 No 44.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA3 vitrinas da exhi-
bicin para almacn, nuevas
usadas. Panam Auto S. A. Tele-
fona 3-4SS0, Ave. Juste Arata-
SE ALQUILA:A persona responso-
ble. Apartamento amoblado, com-
puesto de una recmara con co-
mas gemelos, solo comedor y co-
cino con estula de gas y refrigera-
dora elctrica, por B.75.00 men-
suoles. Apio. No. 5, Casa No. 2,
Colle lo. Perejil. Se exigen goran-
tlas. Ocurra o Quijono. Calle 8o.
No. 15.
SE ALQUILA: __ Aportamentos mo-
dernos de dos recamoras. sala-co-
medor, cocino amplia, bolean pri-
vado y azotea paro tender. Precio
mdico. Ocurro C. Daz, colle 25
Este y Ave. Cuba No. 15, Apto, i
13. horas de oficino.
Gran Variedad
de
CERRADURAS
"CORBIN"
A Precios Reducidos
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Motor poro barco mar-
co Hrcules, de gasolina de 80 co-
hollos de fuerza. Ave. Norte 18.
altos.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Juego de recmara, col-
chn Simmons. Juego de solo. 6
meses de uso. juego de comedor,
completo. Avenido Cubo Edificio
Amporo. Apto. 4. De 7 A. M. a
1 :00 P. M._____________________
SE VENDE:Cama doble de caoba,
juego comedor de ectero ozul, cro-
mado. Colle 50 No. 23, Apto. 8.
SE VENDE:Piano Babygrond, jue-
go comedor, topizodo. aparador.
Colle 7o. No. 7030, Apto. 12.
Coln.
SE NECESITA.Cuarto con servicio
y entrada independiente. Llame al
Tel 2-2393. _______________
SE ALQUILA
t ;i.i*
SE ALQUILAChalet situado en la,
interseccin de las correteros'
Boyd- Roosevelt y Pueblo Nuevo,
por B.75.00. Cosa No. 4036 Co-'
rielera Pueblo Nuevo Ocurra o ',
Cuiiono. Colle 8a. No. 15.
SE ALQUILA:Magnfica residencia,
completamente omoblodo. distri-1
buido en dos aportomentos, inde-
pendientes. No I 14. Calle I I Poi-
fillo Llame Tel. 2-1456.
DE VENTAJuego completo de come-
dor de II piezas, caoba, tallodo o
mono por un ortisto italiano, con
tapizado de cuero legtimo. El Valor
s de B 3,000.00. y el precie oc-
tual de B. 1.000.00. Puede pre-
guntar por l en lo Avenida Per
No 89, en cuolquier momento o
lo Sra. Costro.
SE ALQUILA: -Chalet grande opro-
piado poro Embaiado, 3 recama-
ros, porch, cocina, pantry, sola-
comedor- lardin grande, cuarto em-
pleado con servicio Calle 9a. Poi-
tillo. Novedades Harn. Central
No. 72.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con el
Artculo No. 777 del Cdtso 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 Griffs
libre de todo gravamen y
deuda y situado en la Calle
"Q" nmero 1 de la ciudad de
Panam.
Panam Mayo 30 de 1951.
Edward Richard Bennett
Tenemos exacta-
mente el VIDRIO
que Ud. necesita!
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle U Este 4 Tef t-ZC0
. Felpa para techos
Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
FABRICA 0E ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
La ms antigua,
e La ms acreditada,
e La de mayor stock.
SIEMPRb A SIS oaHKNES
Rio Abajo <154Tei 3-MZ4
Aunaren Calle "I" #4
Tel. 1-1741
Ultima Hora
Para maana se
pospuso la pelea
Louis vs. Savold
NUEVA YORK, junio
13. (UP) La pelea
anunciada para esta no-
che entre Joe Luis y Lee
Savold, se suspendi de-
bido a la lluvia y se apla-
z para maana, segn
lo anunci la Empresa
"International Boxing
Club" una hora y media
despus que Louis y Sal-
vod se haban pesado.
La pelea deba cele-
brarse esta noche, pero
comenz a llover despus
de' medio da y la Ofici-
na Meteorolgica anunci
que continuara lloviendo
en las horas de la tarde
y tambin en la noche.
Importante sesin
celebr el 'CIO'
en Cristbal
Anoche hubo una reunin del
Cabildo de Cristbal del CIO.
Esta se efectu en el Club Tro-
pical; a ella asistieron aproxi-
madamente 600 personas. Esta
rurln se llev a cabo con ei
fin de que los socios de la Union
se enterarn y discutieran la
'contestacin del Gobernador re-
ferente a las peticiones hechas
durante la Conferencia del da
7 de Mayo de 1951.
El Presidente del CIO. Jos-
celyn E. Byrnes y Ed K. Welsh.
Representante Internacional del
CIO dieron la informacin con
referencia a la contestacin a
la del Gobernador. La discu-
sin entre socios indic que to-
cos estaban de acuerdo con la
aprobar Un del Gobernador re-
ferente al aumento automti-
co de sueldos, la adicin de
uno entre grados pas a todos
los grados en el presente ca-
lendario. Un desacuerdo existi
con el rechazo de un aumemo
general, la base anual en el
cual promociones automttoas
sern concedidas aeml-anual-
mente y la cancelacin del au-
mento meritorio seml-anual pa-
ra aquellos que normalmente
hubieran recibido el lo. de Julio
de 1951 La mayora de los so-
cios presentes indicaron que ta
adopcin del sistema fle aumen-
tos automticos entre grado;
no debera contribuir a la pr-
dida de aquellos que hubieran
sido elegibles para recibir au-
mentos meritorios en Julio.
El soviet trata de arrastrar
a los Estados Unidos a guerras
pequeas, declara Wedemayer
WASHINGTON, Junio 13
El Teniente General Albert O.
Wedemeyer cree que el "prop-
sito principal1* de la Unin .So-
vitica es arrastrar a los fina-
da Unidos a una serle de gue-
rras pequeas en torno a la pe-
riferia de Rusia, con la esperuii-
"x de que el podero militar a-
uiericano se debilite medlai.tc
la participacin en esos con-
flictos.
Wedemeyer, quien fu coman-
dante de las fuerzas terrestres
de Estados Unidos en China du-
rante la ltima guerra mundial,
c'eclar en las audiencias rala-
tlonadas cen la investigacin
.'obre la poltica de Estados U-
nidos para cen el Extremo -
rlente.
Dijo Wedemeyer que la Unin
Sovitica intenta "crear un ri-
elo" que los americanos' deja-
ran llenar con "sus precic;a
provisiones y fuerza humanis*.
El Kremlin intenta aslmism*
destrozarnos econmica y *"
lgicamente", dijo.
Wedemever, comandante de
Sexto Ejrcito de Estados Un.
dos en China, fu a Corea e>
194.7 en cumplimiento de dU.vI
especial del Presidente.
En el curso de su declaradla
dijo "Cualquier testimonio q
oueda rendir ante este com.it
ie basar enteramente en mit
juntos de vista personales, f\i
relacin alguna con los punto
de vista oficiales del Depaita
ment de Defensa".
Los aliados
rojos.
La captura de Pyongyang co-
locar a los aliados a un lado
de la carretera principal hacia
1 puerto de wonsan en la
costa oriental 50 millas ms al
Norte y probable nueva linea
de defensa de los comunistas.
La captura de esta estratgi-
ca ciudad tambin privar a
los comunistas del uso de una
nueva pista de aterrizaje cons-
truida secretamente por los ro-
jos para ser usada por su fuer-
za area, la cual ha sido bom-
bardeada constantemente por
los aviones aliados.
Las fuerzas aliadas tambin
se encuentran cerca de Kum-
song, 16 millas al Este de Pyon-
gyang en otro camino que con-
dece a Wonsan.
Para el concierto de
M. Anderson se han
vendido mil entradas
Ms de mil boletos de en*
irada a Iconcierto que ofrece*
r el martes prximo la lnigua*
labl contralto norteamericana
Marian Anderson en el Teatro
Central, hablan sido vendidos
hasta ayer, segn inform un
miembro de la empresa que la
ha contratado.
Como informamos hace uno
das, todas las entradas prefe-
ridas se agotaron el segundo
dia de estar en circulacin:
entre los que ms entradas
compraron se cuenta la Emba-
jada de los Estados Unidos qu
retir setenta y cinco entradas,
los miembros del Cuerpo Diplo-
"'^.Sr.rLa.HA. mi m"co y altos oficiales de la
. Los aviones aliados a propui-, H'. rana,
sin sorprendieron a una co-
lumna de comunistas que se di-
rigan a plena luz del dia a lo
largo de una senda por entre
las montaas cerca de Sudong,
13 millas al sureste d Kum-
song y 14 millas al norte de la
reserva de Hwachon. matando
por lo menos 140 soldados ro-
jos y 80 animales de carga,
destruyendo 25 vagones carga-
dos con abastecimientos.
Las ret-guardias comunistas
lanzaron tres ligeros contra-
ataques en el frente oriental
Zona del Canal.
Se inform asimismo, que
este acto asistir el Excelen-
tsimo seor Presidente de la
Repblica, en cuyo honor es el
concierto, acompaado por los
miembros de au Gabinete.
El Ejecutivo
ltima guerra.
Se nos,dijo asimismo, que la
negociaciones para ^05 emprs-
titos autorizados por la Cama-
Dos" al oreste de Ycnggu en el ra, estarn a cargo de una Co-
Pcsanas Venecianas IIX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle i9 E. #23
Tel 3-1713
extremo oriental de la. reserva
de Hwachon fueron rechazados.
El tercero, al oeste de Kanaong,
en la costa oriental, oblig a
los aliados a retirarse tempo-
ralmente.
Un portavoz del Octavo Ejr-
cito dijo que el botn captu-
rado al sur de Chorwon. ancla
suroeste del "tringulo de hie-
rro" comunista. Inclua 750 ca-
ones antl-tanques. minas, pro-
yectiles de 120 milmetros, mo-
niciones v 1800 libras de dina-
mita.
EN EXISTENCIA
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Trifsicos desde 1-5 HP.
Precios Fantsticos!
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probabilidades de sobrevivir t
un ataque atmico, las eslonei
producidas por la radioactivi-
dad, los peligros de la explo-
sin v el calor que genera, la
forma de protegerse, cmo evi-
tar las quemaduras y otros da-
tos de gran inters.
Este folleto est siendo re-
partido er jos Colegios de la
Capital y organizaciones cvi-
cas y se puede obtener en las
oficinas f'e '- Defena Civil en
el Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia.
misin que ser enviada a loa
Estados Unidos, probablemente
presidida por el seor Contralor
General de la Repblica, don
Henrique de Obarrlo.
En relacin con el crdito d
B.300.000,00 que se solicito a la
Asamblea para la carretera In-
teramericana, y cuya aprobacin
no pudo ser efectiva por clau-
surar la Cmara las sesiones
extraordinarias en el dia de
hoy, se nos dijo que el Gaolnete
votar dicho crdito en una se-
sin extraordinaria que cele-
brar prximamente.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas .
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
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de toda dase
ZINC
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Via Fspaa No. 121
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En la distribucin
vacln de suelos y aguas.
4) TomenUr la mecanizacin
agrcola.
5) Impulsar la Irrigacin y
las comunicaciones.
6) Ayudar tcnica y econ-
micamente a la ganadera en
general. '
Asimismo, acord la formula-
cin de estudios sobre las In-
dustrias siderrgica, textil, de
pulpa de madera y papel, la
qumica bsica alimenticia j
las viviendas para conocer el
potencial latino-americano en
esos terrenos.
Tambir invit a Costa Ri-
ca. 8alvador. Guatemala, Hon-
duras y Nicaragua para que
formen -in Comit de Coope-
racin Econmica integrado por
los Ministros del ramo o sus
delegados para que coordine
sus actividades en esa mate-
ra.
Respecto a la inmigracin
recomend a los pases inte-
resados que imDlanten centros
de recepcin de Inmigrante.,
cuya organizacin Dermlta pre-
nsar el mejor contacto de s-
tos con sus nuevas condiciona
de vida mediante la captacin
de sus aotittides y su utiliza-
clon en donde ellas puedan te-
ner mayo: rendimiento.
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MIERCOI fcS. Jl MO 13. 1951
EL PANAMA AMBK1CA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA 8IFT1
SOCIALES DE COLON
Par JUDITH BERTONCINI
Apartado US Aportado HM
| Advenimiento i dres.
Desde el dos de los corrien-
tes se encuentra de plsemes
el hogar del seor Barb T. Mlt-
I chell y seora Ligia de la Es-
priella de Mitchell con la lle-
gada al mundo de la peque-
a Carol Ann, nacida con to-
da felicidad en el Hospital Na-
val de Coco Solo. Nuestras fe-
licitaciones a los venturosos pa-
Nada nuevo dice la
ltima ola sovitica
sobre los tratados
WASHINGTON, Junio 13 -
iUSIS) La ltima nota sov;.'
[tica para el Gobierno de los Li-
tados Unidos en relacin con el
I proyectado. tratado de pae. en
le! Japn repite las ya concl-
lelas acusaciones de propagar, c!
[contra los Estados Unidos 7 -
[Iros paises, y al parecer no con-
Itiene nada nuevo, segn ha oe-
Iciarado el funcionarlo de pren-
Isa del Departamento de Estanc
| se or Michael MacDermott.
La declaracin de MacD. -
[mott fu hecha a. los periools-
Itaa ayer. La nota sovitica le
[entregada al embajador de Ls-
[lados Unidos, Alan G. Kirie, en
iMosc, el lunes.
Cumpleaos de ayer
A las muchas felicitaciones
que recibi ayer con motivo de
sus natales la seorita Zoraida
Nieto, agregamos las nuestras
muy cordiales.
Ayer martes sum un ao
ms de vida la nia Mara tie
Jess Fawcett. Hasta Panam,
en donde reside con sus padres
seor Rafael Fawcett y seora,
le hacemos llegar a "Mericlta"
nuestras cariosas felicitacio-
nes.
Cumpleaos de hoy
El Ingeniero don Luis A. Cruz
celebra hoy su onomstico.
Nuestras congratulaciones y de-
seos porque celebre muchos
ms.
Hasta Almirante hacemos lle-
gar nuestro saludo de felicita-
cin a la nia Julieta Lopes
Vernaza por celebrar hoy la
grata fecha de su cumpleaos.
Cumple hoy su tercer aniver-
sario la niita Dlnah Irene Mit-
chell, hija de los'esposos se-
or Barb T. Mitchell y seora
Ligia de la Esprlella de Mit-
chell. Con tal motivo los padres
de la pequea Dinah le harn
una flestecita en su residencia.
Formulamos votos por su re-
ciente dicha y ventura perso-
nal.
Rusia hace cargos
sobre la reunin
de cancilleres
PARIS, Junio 11 (UP) Ef
delegado sovitico. Andrei Gro-
Imyko. insinu que era pohiL'le
que las potencias occidentales
[estn demorando las entrevistan
|de los delegados de Cancilleres
en espera de los resultados de
las "elecciones francesas.
En un discurso da dos hails
len la 67a. reunin de delegaco-
Ique tratan de preparar el ortfen
Icel dia de la entrevista de Can-
Icilleres de las Cuatro Potencia.
[Oromyko dijo que "quisa la de-
mora se deba a asuntos de iutc-
ls interno. La prensa frane-
sa dice que el Gobierno frase!
lest interesado en no acele.ar
[las entrevistas de los delegados'
entonces ret al delegado Iran
ts, Alenxandre Parodl a n e
demostrara lo contrario.
Contestando al delegado nor-
teamericano Philip Jesup, quien
hubray que Gromyko el I de
vayo Indic qu aceptarla c ii
an'solo cambio en el programa
que proponen los occidentales,
"Jrbmyko dijo que en ningn
omepto haba retirado sus c-
plnlons del asunto y que de
eaba que Jeskup comprendiera
le en esa fecha hablaba de la
propuesta sovitica que no se a- i
cept y que "slo tendra sentl-
Ido de haberse aceptado, lo cual
"" siicec'd".
Eddie Thomas y
Charles Humez
pelearn hoy
PORTCAWL, Gale. Junio 13
(UP). Se espera que el cu-
bano Kid Gaviln se enfrente
en defensa de su cetro mundial,
con. el ganaaor de la pelea en-
tre el campen europeo peso
welter, Eddie Thomas y el fran-
cs Charles Humez que se ce-
lebrar ac esta noche.
La Comisin Britnica y la
Unin Boxistioa Europea ha re-
conocido la pelea entre Thomas
y Humez como "eliminacin fi-
nal" para seleccionar al reta-
dor por el cetro mundial peso
welter.
Aunque Thomas es favorito
por reducido margen pata ga-
nar la pelea se enfrentar hoy
a su ms aguerrido rival.
Humea ha ganado 46 de sus
49 peleas, ha perdido dos y en
otra no hubo decisin. Thomas
por su parte ha ganado 34 de
37, ha perdido dos y empato la
otra. ,
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pmefelMQS!
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Panamericana
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.cortesa de Rhoda
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7:15 Mi Marido
dramatlzacln. cortesa de
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dramatlzacln, cortesa de
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con Anlta Villalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
8:30 Msica espaola
P.: 45 Estampas mexicanas
9:00 Francia y su msica
0:15 Grandes artistas
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Msica escogida
10:30 Hacia un mundo mejor
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
El programa de
se dirige contra
Se ~~
seguridad recproca
la tirana Rusa
ayud
ara a pases de todos
los Continentes a forjar un
podero militar y econmico
WASHINGTON, junio 13.
(USI8) El programa de seguri-
dad reciproca propuesto por el
Presidente Truman une todos los
programas de los Esta.'os Uni-
dos para ayudar a las naciones
libres y los dirige hacia "el gran
objetivo de forjar la fuerza del
mundo libre contra la tirana
sovitica".
Esta apreciacin del progra-
ma de ayuda militar y econmi-
ca por ocho mil quinientos mi-
llones de dlares propuesto por
Truman el 25 de mayo est con-
tenida en un documento prepa-
rado para la informacin de los
comits del congreso que han
de considerar la proposicin
Truman.
En un mensaje para el con-
Ser celebrada en California una
Conferencia de Educadores para
tratar problemas de Latinoamrica
STANFORD, California. Junio l Amrica Latina ha sido la re-
13 (UBIS).Ms de 50 destaca-1 gin del mundo con la cual los
Cuando lave fu excutado. o el
0to, deainfcteloa agregando
LYSOL al agua. Pon. 2} i
cucharadas de LYSOL en cada S
tttros de agua. LYSOL extermino
Vm microbio* y ea desodorante.
LYSOL es el d**infectant*
encentrado, de accin
fbonoaa, que desinfecta
limpia la ves.
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MASANA JUEVES
Buenos das
Almanaque de la
Panamericana
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi Tierra
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Discoteca internacional
Hablan los Astros
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La Novela Matinal
Kl Molino Silencioso
dramatlzacln RPA
Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
Grandes intrrpretei
del mundo
Concierto Admirable
cortesa Casa Admirable
Noticiero "Spartan"
Luche Accrraga
y su rgano
Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
Boleros de moda
Cantares de Amrica
Noticias RPA
Orquestas de saln
Sendas Musicales
Con Anoland. Cortesa de
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LECHE FRESCA
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RICO HELADO
Todo Inspeccionadd
por el
Departamento de
Sanidad.
El Presidente de la
Soc. Panamericana
fue condecorado
NUEVA YORK. Junio 13
iUSIS) Venezuela ha presen-
tado la condecoracin de la Or-
den del Libertador a Otto Sc.io-
renrlch. Presidente de la Socie-
dad Panamericana de los Esta-
dos Unidos "como prueba de la
rstlmacin y afecto que el pue-
blo y Gobierno de Venezuela
sienten por l, y en reconoci-
miento de todos los servicios
que nos ha prestado".
Schorenrlch recibi el ho;or
en un almuerzo que tuvo lugar
en el Hotel Woldorf-Astorla, o-
frecldo por la Sociedad Pana-
mericana al Dr. Antonio Martin
Arauj. Embajador de Venezue'a
t-n Estados Unidos y la Sra. de
Araujo._______________________
S^C-
c^W^
Este e* el brindis t lo
que conocen el benfico
efecto de SALHEPATICA.
... y dos cueneraditas de
SAL HEPTICA, en un
veto de fue, ion une
bebida agradable que
laxe con suavidad, gran
eficacia y rapidei. Las
dosis de SAL HEPTICA
resultan muy econmicas.
Compre el tamao mayor.
TRIO DE LOS ASES DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
ROY NAYLOR, productor y locutor de gran capacidad; CATN VASQUEZ, locutor y escritor de tos.
programas SABORES DE MI TIERRA y CANTARES DE AMERICA, y RAMON LEVY, actor y escritor
inteligente, y locutor de bien timbrada voz, cooperadores valiosos de la RED PANAMER'CWA
y orgullo de la radio panamea.
CATN VASQUEZ
/*#?&
dos educadores, Industriales v
economistas de los Estados Uni-
dos participarn en la Tercera
Conferencia Anual de la Univer-.
sldad de Stanford sobre la A-
mrlca Latina este mes.
El tema de la conferencia, !a
cual tendr lugar durante los
dias 18 a 20 de Junio, ser "La
Estados Unidos por medio de
instituciones publicas y proba-
das, ha llevado a cabo el mas
activo programa de coo]>eracln
tcnica, declararon los funcio-
narlos de la Universidad al a-
nunclar la conferencia. Al efecto
enumeraron como actividades ti-
pleas la obra de la Fundacin
Cooperacin Tcnica con la A-1 Rockefeller que extermin en-
rlca Latina para el desarrollo
de empresas de fomento.
Casi todos los programas coo-
perativos se Iniciaron durante 11
segunda guerra mundial para',
fortalecer el Hemisferio Occi-
dental ante el peligro comn
del eje.
Ahora, dicen los funcionarlos
de Stanford, la actitud del co-
munismo contra los pueblos li-
bres representa una amenaza
Igual contra la cual los Estados
Unidos debe actuar Junto con
los paises interesados.
OSTINO A mejor y ms duradero
alivio para su garganta con las
calmantes y delicio Pastillas
Vick. Estas no solo duran ms,
sino que son rtalmtnU medici-
nadascon ingrediente* esped'
ale* del VickVapoRub.
mrlca Latina".
Durante muchos' decenios la
greso, en el cual se explica el
programa, Truman dijo que el
mismo tena por objeto ayudar a
Europa. Asia, Amrica Latina,
el Medio Oriente y Africa del
Norte a "forjar el podero mi-
litar y econmico necesario para
hacer Imposible el sueo comu-
nista del mundo-".
El documento enviado a los
comits del congreso fue prepa-
rado por la rama ejecutiva del
Ooblerno de los Estados Unidos.
Comprende informacin sobro
las fases del proyecto programa
y copla del proyecto de ley que
Incorporar las recomendaciones
del Presidente para el ao fiscal
que comienza el lo. de Julio.
El congreso no ha actuado an
en pleno sobre esta medida. Ella
ha sido pasada al estudio de la
comisin de relaciones exterio-
res de la Cmara y a la comi-
sin de Servicios armados del Se-
nado, pero la consideracin for-
mal todava no ha comenzado.
fermedades endmicas en los
trpicos; y los programas coope-
rativos del Instituto de Asuntos
Interamerlcanos y otras Insti-
tuciones del Gobierno de los Es-
tados Unidos con los de la Am-
Quiere dormir
como un beb?
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caza, agregele agua o leche calien-
te y obtendr* una bebida sabroaa,
iin estimulantes, que I* ayudar a
srrutar de un sueo tranquilo.
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imo v wutbaltl
VENDIENDO BARATO VENDEMOS MAS
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Corbin. Gran surtido de
bisagras.
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grandes fabricantes de autos ofrecen V-8
en sus primeros renglones,
es hora de resumir las muchas
ventajas de FORD en los V-8
2. Slo Ford puedo ofrecer V-8 en rodos sus renglones.
3. Slo Ford ha tenido 19 aos de experiencia '
construyendo tantos V-8.
4. Ford fu la primera en demostrar la economa del V-8.
5. Los motores V-8 de los Ford, Mercury y Lincoln han
demostrado su excelencia conquistando los ms altos
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INJUSTA"
(SOUND OF FURY)
Una Experiencia Emocional que Ud. No Olvidar!...
"tk RAUL CIARTE
i\ rj'f r Y SU ORQUESTA
TPICA!

"Camino del Infierno'' se exhibir
maana en el Teatro Eldorado
La consideracin que guarda
la empresa de Eldorado a su
pblico, se demuestra con su
decisin do presentar al precio
popular de 5o centavos la gran
superproduccin d Mler y
Brooks. "Camino del Infierno",
la pelcula que elev a Leticia
Palma a la categora de es-
trella mxima del cinema, az-
teca.
"Camino del Infierno", por
-
su 'tema original y par la ex-
traordinaria actuacin de sus
principales intrpretes; la sub-
yugante Leticia Palma, y el
siempre extraordinario Pedro
Armendriz, la hacen la pel-
cula del mximo inters de la
temporada. .
En 'Camino del Infierno", Le-
ticia Palma, interpreta sus can-
clones favoritas y muestra a
plenitud sus formidables dotes
de actriz dramtica.
Desde maana, jueves, por
gentileza de Eldorado, el p-
blico panameo podr admirar
una de las motores superpro-
ducciones de Mxico, a precios
populares.
>IO Y!
DA
POPULAR!
CON UN ATRACTIVO
DOBLE PROGRAMA!
Apasionantes bailes!... Amores
prohibidos!... En una pelcula
dramtica y emocional!...
MECHE BARBA
Fernando FERNANDEZ
LOS PANCHOS, en
SI FUERA UNA
CUALQUIERA
Rosario Granados, en
INMACULADA
MAANA TEATRO MAANA
ESTRENO! CENTRAL ESTRENO!
|QUE IMPACTO TAN VIOLENTO!
HOY PRE-ESTRENOf
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La Escultal Estrella de Los Mambos Calientes!
PEREZ PRADO El Creador del Ritmo
Mora Victoria Mara Luisa Landn y Vctor Junco
Con los Mambos y Canciones:
Amor Perdido Mambo Universitario Soy Tuya
La Chula Linda El Papelero Que Siga El Mambo
Maria Cristina.
LA MEJOR PELCULA DE SU CLASE!
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LETICIA
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SU ULTIMO
RECURSO
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rr^Ki.po, JERRY WALD D.ritKl. por MICHAEL CURTIZ
TROPICAL
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La mejor actriz
del ao 1951!
-Publicamos este retrato ex-
clusivamente de Judy Hollyday,
'a rubia actriz que ha llegado
-I cine para sentarse en la
cima. Su triunfo ha sido ro-
tundo y sorprendente. La Co-
lumbia Pictures la escogi de
entre ms de 1,000 candidates
para hacer el papel central de
la pelcula "Nacida Ayer" (Horn
Yesterday), role que ya haba
creado en las tablas neoyrltl-
nas, Y su actuacin en el film
le gan, nada menos que el
codiciado Osear de la Acade-
mia de Artes y Ciencias de
Hollywood, como "la mejor ac-
triz del ao".
Triunf por sobre las nota-
bles actuaciones de Bette Da-
vis (La Malvada), Gloria Swan-
son (El Ocaso de una Vida) y
MIRCOLES, JUNIO 11, 1151
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cin artstica del ao. Sir role
Eleanor Parker (Amarga Con- i premiado en "Nacida.' Ayer" po-
na]' Idra admirarse muy pronto en
Judy Hollyday es la revea-'Panam.
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vidas que discurren tranquilas hasta que la
tentacin y la lujuria las hace girar
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INTERNACIN Al CINEMATOGRFICA, S. A. proenu i
Femando SOLER
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V. Manuel MENDOZA.
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DE LOS MARIDOS
. FJUA DE SITLO CUAN
[DOTROPIEZA CON UNA
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COMO JT
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ler. PREMIO
en el Festival
de Venecia,
1950!
LA MEJOR
PELCULA
QUEJ5E HA
HECHO EN
EUROPA!...
Una extraa leyenda medieval, base del drama ms suntuoso
y espectacular, ms apasionado y sangriento,
ms hechizante e imaginativo!
LA CORONA DE
HIERRO
con 15,000 Actores
Encabezados por:
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Hecha por el realizador de "FABIOLA", Alessandro BUsettl
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L "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
-
QMa^^u
HOY a las 9 p.m.
SE DESPIDE DE PANAMA EL GRAN ARTISTA
"CHANG
//
Por motivo de esta despedi-
da, ha aceptado el reto hecho
por el Sr. JORGE COWES,
de la acreditada
"FABRICA DE MUEBLES
COWES".
CHANG, tratar de esca-
parse de una Caja de Madera
hecha en el Escenario por los
Carpinteros de la FABRICA
DE MUEBLES COWES.
Adems: SHIRLEY PABLO
Cantante de Dulce Voz. -
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PRESENTAN!
BELLA V 1ST A A LAS 9 P.M
DESPEDIDA DE PANAMA DEL FAMOSO
"CHAN G"
EL MAS DIABLICO DE LOS ILUSIONISTAS
TEATRO LUX
Una historia que lo har vivir lai
inquietudes de lol protagonistas!
Edmund
GWENN
Donald
CRISP
Gcraldlne
BROOKS
LASSIE
I en su ms noble
ftt atr actuacin 1
- en -
'La Victoria de Lassie"
CENTRAL
ROBERT MITCHUM
WILLIAM BENDIX
r en -
EL GRAN ROBO"
Llena de accin y misterio
al estilo Mltchuml
TEA TRO CECILIA
Viviendo de recuerdos... Como todo soador...
Recuerdos buenos hacen felice* I
M1CHELE MORGAN, en .
"A LA LUZ DEL RECUERDO"
TEATRO TROPICAL
TYRONE POWER
en la maravillosa
produccin
EL PRINCIPE DE
LOS ZORROS'
con WANDA HENDRIX
En Tecnicolor!_____
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
Grandioso Doble Program I
BETTE DAVIS
Anne Baxter, en
"LA MALVADA"
La mejor pelcula del aftol
Adems: Tyrone Power, en
XA MARCA DEL ZORRO!
JEATRO TIVOLI__
~ DA DE BANCO I
B. 100.00 para el Pblico!
"Ultraje en El Oriente"
"ESPOSAS INFANTILES^'
TEATRO IRIS
Ramon Delgado, en
-El Vengador Implacable"
Mario Brando, en
"VIVIRS TU VIDA"
____H ISPAN O____
Tom Conway. en
"EL ROBO DEL VAGN
BLINDADO"
- Adems: -
"Caravana de Valientes"
VARIEDADES
A las S y 8:30 p.m. WAHOOI
- Premio de Oro B.80.00
Adems: Un Soberbio Doble)
Humphrey Bofart
Gloria Grahame. en
"MUERTE EN UN BESO"
James Mason Joan
Bennett en
"ALMAS DESNUDA8"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Fenomenal Doble Programa I
TYRONE POWER
Norma Shearer, en
"MARIA ANTONIETA"
Adems: William Powell
Hedy Lamarr. en
"VIDAS ENCONTRADAS"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Continuacin de la Serle:
"DICK TRACY CONTRA EL
CRIMEN ORGANIZADO"
Adems: Dos Pelcula!
TEATRO EDISON
Yvonne de Cario Richard
Greene, en
"EL GUILA DEL DESIERTO"
(En Tecnicolor)
Adems: Burt Lancaster, en
"SANGRE EN LAS MANOS"
_V 1ST ERMOSA
Robert Mitchum, en
"SAGRADO Y PROFANO"
Mickey Rooney, en
"PUROS DE ORO"
PAClF ICO
Judy Garland, en
"Intermeizo Llrlea"
Adems:
Spencer Tracy, en
'/EL PADRE DE
LA NOVIA"
IDEAL
NOCHE DE BANCO I
Maureen O'Hara en
'SILENCIO FATAL"
Adems:
Danny Kaye. en
"EL LECHERO"
APOLO
"FLOR de FANGO"
y "HAN MATADO A
TONGOLELE"
- MARAA I -
"La Mujer del Prnerto"
y "PASIONES
TORMENTOSAS"


MIRCOLES, JimiO 13, 1951

__
' XL PANAMA AMBUCA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINE RTOVt
Carrasquel y Mioso Siguen En
El Primer Lugar Para Participar!
En Ei Equipo De Las Estrellas IJuego De La Justa Femenina De Basketball
Daar y Operten Se Miden Hoy En El Primer
CHICAGO, Junio IS (UP) El venesolano Alfonso Carras-
quel y el cubano Orestea Mioao, de loa Media* Blancas, se man-
tuvieron en el primer lufar al computarse los votes del segundo
da de la encuesta popular como candidatos para ocupar las po-
siciones en que Juegan en el equipo de las estrellas de la Lija
Americana que el 10 de Julio ae enfrentar en Detroit un con-
junto similar de la Liga Nacional.
Los cmputos de ayer arrojaran 8,516 votos para Carrasquel
como torpedero de la Liga o sea 1,422 votos mis que Phil Rizxuto
de los Yanquis.
Mioao por su parte conserv el primer lujar como jardinero
Izquierdo con 6,648 votos, 744 ms que Ted Williams de lea Me-
dias Rojas.
Jvenes de la barriada de San Miguel
solicitan cooperacin al Ing. Navarro
en el arreglo de una cancha de ftbol
Un grupo de entusiastas dt- aspiramos a organizar una liga
| Mauricio-Madurito y Bam vs
C. Vieja Completan El Pgrma.
portistas de la Barriada de San
Miguel, se han dirigido al seor
Ministro de Obras Pblicas, In-
geniero Norberto Navarro, pava
licitarles su cooperacin en el
arreglo de una cancha de t-
bol, de acuerdo con la siguiente
carta:
Seor Don:
Norberto Navarro
Ministro de Obras Pblicas
En su despacho.
Seor Ministro:
La presente es con el objeto
de solicitarle una pequea ayu-
da deportiva que sabemos aco-
ger con el entusiasmo que lo
caracteriza, por tratarse de un
deporte que ha estado en con-
tinua lucha por progresar en
nuestro medio sin contar nun'a
con el apoyo decidido de una
persona que lo comprenda en su
fondo.
Pedimos a usted, seor Minis-
tro, nos acondicione el cuadro
de "balompi" que est ubicado
en los terrenos que antiguamen-
te ocupaba el Coney Island, al
final de la calle "M".
Nosotros los Jvenes deportis-
tas del barrio de San Miguel,
abierta de balompi, con el jfc-
Jeto de darle mes realce a es-
te olvidado deporte y por tai
motivo, con nuestro humilde 63-
fuerzo hemos limpiado dicho \j-
te de manera que solo le reata
regarle arenilla y colocar los
goales a ms de marcar el cua-
dro en proporcin a su tamaf.o
Es pues, sta nuestra pequea
solicitud, y esperamos sabr a-
tendernos ya que su labor pjr
este deporte es digno del ms
encomlabie aplauso.
Sin ms por el momento nos
suscribimos de usted atentamen
te: "LOS JVENES DE LA BA-
RRIADA DE SAN MIGUEL".
Osvaldo A. Chanls, Luis D bi-
sado, Aristteles Santos, Luis
M. Vzquez, Kenneth Minnot,
ngel Prez, David Harper, Mol-
sea Gonzlez, Flix Valdivia,
Jos Ried, Marcos Chaves, Au-
relio. Gmez, Eduardo McLean,
Rafael Snchez, Eduardo Aldre-
te, Antonio Mora, Eduardo Zal-
dvar, Michel McLeary, Antonio
Farley Elias Watson, Luis Ba-
llesteros, Manuel Mendoza,
(siguen ms firmas)
Por ACHET
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
(Basketball Femenino)
Daar ...
Operten ..
Crdenas ..
M. Vigor ...
G
..t
.. 1
...i
.. 6,
p

1
2
Pctje
1,606
1.666
s
Miranda y Crespo jugarn el domingo en
la apertura del bisbol invernal de Barraza
La temporada de baseball in- mente inscritos en el da de ma-
vernal del presente ao que
patrocina la Liga de Barraza.
se inaugurar el domingo a las
10 de la maana.
El Deportivo Crespo, campen
del ao pasado y el Guillermo
Miranda, subeampen tendrn
a su cargo el juego de apertu-
ra.
Estos dos equipos Juntos con
un combinado formado por ju-
gadores del Chorrillo son los
tres equipos que han llenado
todos los requisitos para parti-
cipar en la contienda, el Gray,
aa (Jueves).
El campo donde se celebra-
rn los partidos (el relleno de
Barrara), lo estn acondicio-
nando gracias a la cooperacin
del Ministro de Obras Pblicas,
Ingeniero Norberto Navarro y
del Cuerpo de la Polica Na-
cional, quienes han contribuido
con los materiales indispensa-
bles y facilitado los detenidos
para el corte de la hierba.
La Directiva de la Liga se
encuentra trabajando ardua-
mente para presentar la mejor
Juego de esta noche
DAAR vs. OPERTEN
8:66 p.m.
xa Campeonato de Basketball
Femenino de Primera Categora
prosigue esta noche a las 8:00
en el Gimnasio Nacional, con
el Interesante juego entre los
equipos Operten y Daar, don-
de ambos equipos ponen n Jue-
go su Invicto y en el cual el
ganador quedar solo en el co-
mando del Torneo. El Daar
ha superado en sus presenta-
clones al Crdenas y Malta Vi-
gor, y sus rivales de esta fe-
cha slo han vencido al Mal-
ta Vigor. Para esta noche el
Operten reporta dos nuevas
unidades que Ingresan al "team"
en calidad de refuerzo, siendo
una de ellas Olga Yanls, que
sumada a Beleo, Ortega, Boza
Elliot, Caballero y dems le
opondrn resistencia a Holmes
Nufiez, Caizalez, Hall, Fuello
y otras. Jos Quintero y Oliver
Zachriason sern los Jueces en
este choque, mientras que Vi-
llalobos, y Camafio vigilarn las
puertas, estando encargado de
la anotacin Antonio Gordon Jr.
y Lus A. Coutt, los cronome-
tristas sern Alzpuru y Crelo.
Todos estos oficales estn en
la obligacin de encontrarse en
el Gimnasio Nacional a las 6 48
de la tarde, ya que el primer
Juego de la noche comenzar a
las 7:00 en punto.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball de la la. Cat.
Circuito Masculino
O P Pctje
Lord Chester... 8 6 1.666
Bam.........3 3 .806
Mauricio .. ...... I 3 .406
C. Vieja......1 S .286
Madurito......1 4 .206
Vallarlno, Fuerte 18 y Esoudo I de todas las campaas patro-
han prometido quedar debida- clnadas por dicho circuito.
Comentarios de la jira del Deportivo
Dllrani a San Jos de Costa Rica
Por MIGUEL A. RIVAS
La fecha fijada para la sali-
da del Deportivo Dltrani, haca
la Capital de la hermana Re-
pblica de Costa Rica, fu el
dia jueves 31 de mayo, con una
Delegacin compuesta de 28 per-
sonas. Al 1:18 p.m. cuando el
avin trat de despegar, de ia
pista, sufri un serio accidente
al ponchrsele una llanta y
reventrsele un tanque de ga-
solina, pero que milagrosamen-
te no se produjo un doloroso
suceso que habra enlutado la
familia deportiva panamea.
Teniendo que regresar a la Es-
tacin de espera en el Aero-
puerto de Tocumen, en la que
se recibi la contra-orden de sa-
lida al dia siguiente sea vier-
nes lo. de junio, saliendo sta
vez a las 11:08 a.m.. afortuna-
damente sin contratiempos de
ninguna naturaleza, pero no sin
advertirse un poco de recelo en
el nimo de los componentes
de la Delegacin por el Inci-
dente ocurrido el dia anterior.
Llegamos al Aeropuerto de Las
Sabanas en San Jos de Costa
Rica a la 1:18 p.m. donde fui-
mos recibidos por un selecto
nmero de personas que aguar-
daban nuestra Cegada, desta-
cndose entre ellas: El seor
don Walter Myer Jr., Primer Se-
cretarlo de nuestra Embajada
n Costa Rica, el Sr. don Jor-
ge Hutt, Presidente de la Fe-
deracin Nacional de Ftbol de
Costa Rica y el distinguido de-
portista don Edwin Bonilla, fue-
ron tomadas varias fotografas
y entrevistas con varios cronis-
tas deportivos de aquel pas.
De all fuimos conducidos al
"Hotel Central", donde se nos
hosped. Durante la noche se
le permiti salida a los Juga-
dores en plan de visita, en gru-
pos de cinco, debidamente a-
compaados por un Delegado
con rdenes de regresar a las
9:30 p.m., pudindose consta-
tar que existia en el nimo del
pueblo de Costa Rica y de ma-
nera marcada, la idea de una
venganza, preparada de mane-
ra celosa y cuidadosa por la
forma alarmista de propaganda
peligrosa, empleada por los cro-
nistas deportivos de aquel Pas.
En todas las esquinas tenamos
que rehuir las mofas, ios im-
properios lanzados en nuestra
caras, por un pueblo a quin
siempre hemos querido, respe-
tado y admirado por su espritu
pacifista, y que durante tan-
to tiempo mereciera el titulo
de la SUIZA AMERICANA, tor-
nndose Injusto incapaz de
dominar ese arraigado fanatis-
mo abominable y criticable
porque el deporte corno acti-
vidad social tiene una finali-
dad sana y amplia, no circuns-
tancial, como lo hace sentir
la Prensa, envenenando el sen-
timiento de un pueblo, contra
otro que en plan de acerca-
miento y de hermandad trata
de cumplir una cruzada salu-
dable a fin de unir sincera-
mente los vnculos de la Raza
Americana. Los Diarios en su
parte deportiva publicaban a
grandes ttulos, segn lo prue-
ban recortes trados, propagan-
da en la siguiente forma: "NOS
PROBARAN ESTA VEZ SI ES
QUE EN REALIDAD MERECEN
EL TITULO DE CAMPEONES
como puede observarse, trataba
de levantarse exaltarse el ni-
mo no slo de los jugadores
sln tambin del pueblo, quie-
nes crean que se trataba de
librar una batalla para librarse
de un yugo opresor de una ru-
da tirana y que habra que
ganar a toda costa. Coment-
bamos sobre el particular com-
pletamente alarmados tratba-
mos de desvirtuar la creencia
de que Panam presentaba su
Seleccionado Campen de los
Centroamericanos, tanto por la
Radio, como con las personas
allegadas a ste deporte. En
varias ocasiones se cometi el
abuso de darle publicidad a co-
mentarios no formulados por
nosotros, Importndole un co-
mino nuestra protesta. No obs-
tante ello, nuestros muchachos
se mostraban optimistas, pero
en nuestras mentes de Directo-
res nos decamos cual seria el
resultado. La nica prctica que
efectu el equipo fu el dia s-
bado con ligeros ejercicios ca-
iistnicos y reconocimiento del
campo. La parte del rea penal
no estaba en buenas condicio-
nes, se encontraba llena de pie-
dras, piedras pequea* pero que
ofrecan un serio peligro para
la labor de un portero, como
siempre la fuerte corriente de
viento que cruza el- campo en
forma casi diagonal, obstculo
que tenan que vencer con ma-
yor dificultad los nuestros. Des-
tilacin Deportiva
FEDERACIN DE BISBOL
Tiene reunin esta noche tn
el 8aln de Recreo de la Ccrrc-
ceria Nacional, para tratar va-
rios asuntos como homenaje a
Checa, rifa, cuenta del Alma-
cn Mauricio, etc., por todo lo
cual se pide puntual asistencia
a toods los Federados e Inte-
resases.
LIGA DE BASE S. RITA
Pide a todos los directores y
representantes la puntual asis-
tencia a la reunin de esta no-
che a las 7 en el lugar de cos-
tumbre para acordar los pui.tos
de la Inauguracin del toriiro
del Circuito Mayor el prximo
sbado, repartir los calndanos
de Juegos de ambos circuitos,
Informe de tesorera, etc.
Juegos de eeta noche
MAURICIO vs. MADURITO
7:60 p.m.
CARTA VIEJA vs. BAM
6:66 p.m.
Dos atractivos partidos tiene
para esta noche el Campeona-
to Masculino de Primera Cate-
gora de la Liga Provincial de
Panam en el Gimnasio Nacio-
nal, comenzando el primero a
las 7 p.m. en punto.
MAURICIO va. MADURITO
7:66 p.m.
En este primer encuentro de
la noche, el Madurito concede
revancha a los muchachos del
Mauricio, a quienes superaron
en su primer encuentro amplia-
mente: Para ambos equipos es
de suma importancia la victo-
ria, ya que el Madurito se co-
locar en el. segundo sitio si
yence a sus contrarios, mien-
tra que si el triunfo es del
Madurito pasar al tercer pues-
to. Ricardo Bula y Felipe Per-
domo son los arbitros de este
encuentro.
CARTA VIEJA vs. BAM
9:00 p.m.
Este es el ltimo partido de
a noche en el cual los "lupu-
losos defendern su segunda
colocacin, teniendo ante ellos
a contrarios peligrosos como son
los licoreros, que en el choque
anterior con sus rivales de hoy
estuvieron a punto de ganrse-
los, perdiendo por la ventaja
mnima de dos puntos. Esta no-
che ambos equipos con mejor
acondicionamiento y m a v o r
confianza lucBarn palmo
?T? ??r l08Tar eI triunfo. Es-
teban Perdomo y Roy Naylor
son los oficiales de este choque
Joe Louis Es
Vencer Esta
Favorito
Noche a
Para
Savold
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por SETO TEJADA
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. L. R
DEPORTIVO AZTECA
Recuerda a todos los Jugado-
res de baseball de las dos ca-
tegoras, la asistencia a la prc-
tica de maana jueves a la 4
en el Estadio Olmpico donde a-
aems se darn a conocer va-
rios informes.
pues de sta ligera prctica cu-
yo objetivo fu la de aprove-
char la oportunidad de darle
conseejos tcnicos y prcticos
a nuestros jugadores, regresa-
mos al Hotel, satisfechos y dis-
puestos a demostrar a la afi-
cin Josefina que rendiramos
dentro del concepto de moral
deportiva nuestro mximum es-
fuerzo por no defraudar las
esperanzas objetadas por ellos,
de s ramos no capaces de
merecer una presentacin a la
altura de sus exigencias*
(Continuar).
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te en la Asociacin Deportiva.
Coopera para que la funcin
teatral del dia 17 sea un xito.
Hoy reproducimos un trabajo
del compaero Everardo E.
Gonzlez, por estimarlo de im-
portancia para los estudiantes
universitarios.
Dice asi: "Algunos Profesores
no actan con criterio Univer-
sitario."
Al iniciarse el nuevo ao lec-
tivo en nuestra Universidad, no
podramos pasar inadvertidos
ante la actitud de algunos pro-
fesores que dejan mucho que
desear en la rama de la ense-
anza Desgraciadamente en
todas las facultades de nues-
tra ms alta casa de estudios
se encuentran individuos de es-
ta ndole, carentes de un ver-
dadero criterio universitario
universitario, por asi decirlo
Nos ocuparemos en estas lineas
desprovistas de toda retrica y
adornos del lenguaje, en hacer
una crtica severa que consti-
tuya el punto de partida de una
lucha con tendencia a eliminar
una vez por todas, estas irre-
gularidades que entorpecen el
funcionamiento de las distin-
tas escuelas universitarias Pe-
ro dado el caso de que somos
estudiantes de Pre-Medlclna
pondremos especial inters cla-
ro est, en las Facultades de
Medicina y Ciencias, tachona-
das en gran parte por .estas
barreras defectuosas que tra-
taremos de derribar luchando
>n}oa en u" solo pelotn
De todos son conocidos los
problemas suscitados en aos
anteriores por falta de enten-
dimiento entre profesores y a-
umnos lo que sin lugar a du-
S!8 Z?mos ,*'"' que se
ha debido a la actitud de al-
gunos de nuestros profesores
egostas, que llenos de prejul-'
dos no quieren aceptar los
puntos de vista, de lo. W"
diantes, se creen profetas, ge-
nios y dioses infalibles y rec-
rr-nt?.. ^ f0"' "^ividUOS
SE2H.de ,0S conocimientos
necesarios para ensear en una
universidad, pero que no sbe-
nos cmo han llegado a ella
y tratan entonces de eompen-
SEE Ln 0t*8 eclones o In-
?. !?. T ria' J*10 desprovis-
SSLm d' "T*1* no Pe-
daggica que les diga cmo de-
ben actuar ante un grupo de
estudiante, universitarios^ 1
ambas clases los hay en nues-
f" .'cultades. como tambfn
ar *n ^-cciHus
(Ceatiniur).
Prximamente arribar a Co-
lombia para celebrar una serie
de Juegos el famoso conjun-
to de basketball "Los Trota-
mundos de Harlem." Como es
del dominio general, a su pa-
so por esta Repblica los fa-
mosos astros del basketball ma-
nifestaron su deseo de Jugar'
aqu a su regreso de la jira
que estn efectuando, y nada
perderamos y mucho ganara-
mos si se lograra que estos mu-
chachos jugaran en nuestro
suelo. El Capitn Pedro Julio
Prez, nos manifest que ha-
ba cablegrafiado a los "Har-
lem Trotter" para solicitarles
condiciones referente a su pre-
sentacin. Nosotros sabemos que
dichos canasteros cobran como
cantidad fija por partido la su-
ma de B.3.000.00, o el 75% de
la entrada bruta. Creemos no-
sotros conveniente decidirse por
la ltima condicin, ya que
quien presente este espectculo
no lleva el riesgo de perder
nada y en cambio lleva la
opcin de ganar mucho. Noso-
tros opinamos que si se divide
la entrada de la siguiente ma-
nera existe por lo menos el
99% de probabilidades de que
podamos ver a los Trotamundos
en accin: lo.75% para los
Trotamundos; 2o.10% que re-
cibe Educacin Fsica por la en-
trada; y 3o.que se divida el
15% sobrante entre la Liga y
Federacin de Basketball. SI ha
de surgir alguna dificultad por
la divisin del ltimo porcen-
taje, entonces que se destine
la entrada sobrante para el en-
vo de nuestros basketboleros a
los Juegos Centroamericanos y
del Carlbt que se celebrarn en
Guatemala. .
Estamoa seguro que nuestro
pblico respondera la pre-
sentacin de tos canasteros an-
tea aludido y un partido en la
capital y otro en la Arena de
Coln seria un triunfo rotun-
do para la Federacin, Liga, o
cualquier otra institucin que
tenga a bien hacer la presen-
tacin.
Muy Reidas Deben Resultar
Las Pruebas De La Clase "A"
y La "B" Esta Semana En J. F.
Ocho ejemplares de la Clase
"A" se encuentran Inscritos pa-
ra disputarse el premio de mil
balboas, en la principal prueba
que se celebrar este fin de
semana en franconla.
La prueba se presentar bas-
tante interesante por la canti-
dad de ejemplares Inscritos y
entre los cuales reaparece el
noble equino del Stud Cantaga-
Ho, Royal Coup, que formar
entrada con el Ingls Main
Road.
TamMn competirn Welsh
Dictador, Rathlin Light y Phoe-
bus Apollo.
Como es de notar la carrera
ser muy reida pues la distan-
cia a recorrer es 1300 metros.
LA CLASF "B"
En otra de las principales
atracciones del programa de es-
ta semana se presentan los
equinos de la Clase "A". Aqu
estn inscritos ejemplares de la
talla de Welsh Fox, Gorsewood,
Golden Triumph, Full, Pam-
phlet, Curaca y Newmlnster.
Estos caballos tambin se ba-
Loch, Plnard, Avenue Road, I tiran sobre 1300 metros.
Compaa No. 5 y La No. 1 Se
Disputarn Maana El Primer
Lugar Del Softball Bomberil
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
G P Pts.
Compaa No. 1 .... S 1 .833
Compaa No. 5 .... 6 1 .833
Banda de Cornetas ..42 .667
Compaa No. 4 .... 4 8 A71
Compaa No. 3 .... 4 3 .571
Permanente......3 4 .428
Compaa No. 2 .... 8 6 .375
Electricistas......2 5 .285
Compaa No. 8 .... 2 5 .286
Comandancia........1 4 .206
Muy interesante result la Jor-
nada softboiera llevada a cabo
ayer por el Cuerpo de Bombe-
ros de Panam.
En uno de los juegos ms
encarnizados, se Impuso la Com-
paa No. 3 a la Permanente
por la estrecha anotacin de
10 carreras a 9, en la Plaza
Amador Guerrero.
En el campo Santa Rita, la
Compaa No. 6 conquisto su
segundo triunfo al derrotar a
la No. 4 por 6 carreras a 8. En
el otro choque celebrado se Im-
puso la Banda de Cornetas a
la Seccin de Electricistas por
21 a 12.
Maana continuar esta liga
con los partidos entre:
Compaa No. 5 vs. Compaa
No. i por el primer lugar.
Compaa No. 3 vs. Compaa
4.
Comandancia
Cornetas.
vs. Banda de
La Liga Sania Rila
inaugura el sbdo. su
justa mayor de base
El Campeonato del Circuito
Mayor de Baseball de la Liga
Santa Rita se Inaugurar el
prximo sbado a las 3 y 30 de
la tarde con el partido entre
los equipos Azteca, campen de
la pasada temporada y Grani-
llo, subeampen del ao pasa-
do.
Tanto Azteca como Granillo
estn sometidos a intenso en-
trenamiento para ofrecer un lu-
cido partido en la inauguracin,
ms cuando existe una vieja
rivalidad entre ambos que han
sostenido en las diferentes jus-
tas que han participado, como
en las Ligas Distritorial, Ju-
ventud-Ancn. Santa Rita, etc.
La novena ptica Sosa
est practicando para
su prxima serie
El conjunto de Baseball pti-
ca Sosa, est gestionando una
serle amistosa con un equipo
de Coln, para Jugar prxima-
mente en esta ciudad y en el
estadio colonense.
Con este motivo los pticos
han iniciado sus entrenamien-
tos y el director del conjunto,
Gocha Olaclregul, pide a todos
los jugadores la puntual asis-
tencia a la prctica de maa-
na a las 4 pjn. en el Relleno
de Balboa.
Chicago y Brooklyn siguen mejorando
puntuacin en la primera colocacin
de las Ligas Americana y Nacional
Ambos aspiran
a pelear con
Ezzard Charles
NUEVA YORK, Junio 13 (UP)
Joe Louis y Lee Savold loa
dos boxeadores ms viejos
jams enfrentados como conten*
dientes al cetro peso pesado se
batirn esta noche en el Polo
Grounds a 15 asaltos por el pri-
vilegio de pelear en septiembre
por la corona mundial con el
campen Ezzard Charles.
Se espera que la pelea ter-
mine por nocaut pues se duda
que el una ves gran campen
de ni divisin pueda batirse
a lo largo de todos los IS asal-
tos y Savold jams ha teid*
que pelear tantos asaltos.
Louis cuenta con 37 aos y
Savold admite que tiene por le
menos 35 aos. Savold es reco-
nocido como campen mundial
por la Comisin de Boxeo Bri-
tnica debido a que noque n
el cuarto asalto en junte pa-
sado en Londres al Ingls Bruce
Woodcock. Debido a su historial
y su reciente actividad Louis es
favorito en las apuestas por 14
a 5. ~'
La pelea se transmitir por
televisin a manera de experi-
mento a teatros en diversas
ciudade. pero no al pblico en
general.
Louis quien espera pesar 2M
libras y que recibir el 35% de
las entradas en taquilla dijo
estar en "excelente" estado fsi-
co y reiter que noqueara a Sa-
vold. Se espera que este quien
recibir el 25% de las entradas
pese 196 libras.
SERVICIO DE LA PRENSA
UNIDA
En los juegos diurnos cele-
brados ayer en las Grandes Li-
gas del Baseball de Estados
Unidos, los Phillies del Flladel-
fia vencieron por 6 a 5 a los
Cachorros del Chicago con el
lanzador relevo Jim Konstanty
permitiendo un solo lncoglble
en las ltimas cinco entradas.
EN LOS JUEGOS NOCTURNOS
En la Liga Americana, los
Medias Blancas del Chicago si-
guieron mejorando puntuacin
y opcin en el comando del
Circuito con su victoria sobre
los Senadores del Washington
por 3 carreras a 0. El Cleveland
se coloco a un juego del ter-
cer puesto al imponerse al Fi-
ladelfla por 8 a 6; y los Tigres
, del Detroit le ganaron a los
Los Cachorros lograron una Medias Rojas del Boston por 7
ventaja de 4 a 0 en las prime- a 3.
ras tres jornadas, una por un
Jonrn de Lee Fondy y otras
tres por cinco sencillos conse-
cutivos que obligaron a Russ|
Saddler pelear
en Santiago de
Chile y Bs. Aires
SANTIAGO DE ^H .. '^,
nio 13 (UP). El campe
mundial pluma ft dler firm contrato para en-
frentarse a diez asaltos en
una pelea de exhibicin el ti
de junio en Santiago al cam*
pen chileno Mario Salinas.
Saddler se enfrentar a Os-
ear Flores en una pelea da
exhibicin en Buenos Airee
el sbado.
EN LA'LIGA NACIONAL
Los Mentirosos del Brooklyn I
M?yerDLbnud0n,ar el montlcula continuaron firmes su i
.JJZJ2le' "0" ? la 5ar- el Primer puesto de la con-!
ga empero en la cuarta entra- tienda al caarle eiwMh* la
da anotando dos con tres ln- cardenales "de? San nr4 *\
ajsr s ss- s ufe SlTSMViE
cogibles, un error de Fondy,
dos pases gratis y un lanza-
miento errtico. Los Cachorros
anotaron su ltima, pero ino-
fensiva carrera estando Dilo
Candinl en el montculo.
EN LA LIGA AMERICANA
Los Carmelitas del San Luis
se aprovecharon de 10 pases
gratis y una brillante actuacin
del ex-yanqul Duane Pillette
quien slo permiti cuatro sen-
cillos, pan vencer a los cam-
peones mundiales (N. York) por
5 a 1. Pillette slo dl dos pa-
ses gratis y abanic a tres,
Fred Sanford quien quizs lan-
z el ltimo Juego como Yan-
qui permiti dos carreras ms
en la sexta entrada.
VENDIENDO BARATO VENDEMOS MAS
Descuento
de 20%
en toda
nuestra
plomera.
RICARDO A. MIRO, S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4 Telfonos 2-3335 y 2-2686
cinnatl por 10 a 6 en diez entra-
das; y los Bravos del Boston
apalearon a los Piratas del]
Pittsburgh por 13 a 3.
Los Senadores
compran al veterano
receptor C. Klullz
WASHINGTON. Junio 13
(UP). Los Senadores obtu-
vieron de loa Carmelitas por
16 mil dlares al veterana
receptor Clyde Klattz, quies)
ha jugado con otras cuatr*
novenas de las Grandes Li-
gas.
Lo. Carmelitas decidieron
deshacerse de Kluttz el do-
mingo pasado a fin de poder
obtener los servicio, del ju-
gador del cuatro Kermit Wahl.
l/XBORATOPIQS
ZOILO RUIZ A. & CA.
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